Cytotoxic and anticancer activity of Moringa oleifera
Introduction. Given its very strong antioxidant properties, Moringa oleifera is particularly noteworthy among medicinal plants. The high contents antioxidants in the M. oleifera determining her antioxidant activities deciding for very important anticancer properties.
Aim. The aim of the paper is to provide an overview of the cytotoxic and anticancer activity of Moringa oleifera.
Material and methods. This review was performed based systematic analysis of literature.
Analysis of the literature. The results of scientific research conducted in vitro indicate that extracts from Moringa oleifera significantly affect the development of human cancer cells such as myeloma, leukemia, cervix, breast, colon, lung, liver, neuroblastoma, pancreas, colorectal, epidermoid, oral, ovarian, muscular, prostate, skin.
Conclusion. This indicates Moringa oleifera as that they may be used as a therapeutic agent to support oncological therapies.