International Journal of Health Care and Biological Sciences <p>International Journal of Health Care and Biological Sciences (IJHCBS) is an international online open access, peer-reviewed, quarterly journal Publish Health as well as Life sciences field on the basis of its originality, and serve as a means for scientific information exchange in the international Health Care and Biological science with a strong emphasis on originality and scientific quality. IJHCBS aims to publish quarterly and accepts for publishing original and research articles, review articles, case studies, and reports short communication, meta-analysis.</p> International Journal of Health Care and Biological Sciences en-US International Journal of Health Care and Biological Sciences 2582-7499 Prepare and Evaluate Bio Enzyme Shampoo from Hibiscus Rosa Sinensis and Sapindus Trifoliatus. <p>The bio-enzymes are biological catalysts and are made up of proteins they also contain metabolites, lipids and carbohydrates. In our study the bioenzyme as prepared by using jaggery (30g), hibiscus petals (90g) and water (300 ml) by fermentation process for 1.5 months. The produced bioenzyme gave economical yield.&nbsp; The bioenzyme shampoo was prepared by using produced bioenzyme and sapindustrifoliantus. Hibiscus Rosa sinensis and sapindustrifoliantus both have the good hair conditioning properties and also they have antioxidants and metabolites. &nbsp;The formulated bioenzyme shampoo was evaluated for the quality and stability by physico chemical analysis and foam stability test along with wetting time estimation. All the ingredients used to formulate the shampoo was safer than synthetic commercial shampoos, and the physicochemical &nbsp;evaluation showed ideal results, but further research is required to improve its quality and specially on the conditioning performance and anti dandruff activity.</p> Hemalatha Y Siva Kumar S Mahathi N Purna Pranay N Satheesh N Sukanya K Copyright (c) 2023 2023-07-13 2023-07-13 1 6 10.46795/ijhcbs.v4i3.460 A systemic review on neuroprotective potential of cucurbita pepo on neurological disease <p>Neurodegeneration has become a very serious issue in all over the world and in order to curb the same, it is better to opt for natural therapy to prevent future occurrence and retrogression of the disease. The Pharma-market is outflown with various chemical derived drugs with long term side-effects and no assurance for complete cure. Alternative to this would be herbal treatment which may be underrated yet have high prospective for preventing progression or stagnation of the disease. This review highlights the therapeutic potential of various parts of <em>Cucurbita pepo </em>(<em>C.pepo</em>) for treating different neurodegenerative related symptoms and disorders by exhibiting various biological activity as neuroprotectant, antioxidant, nootropic, anti-depressant and anti-parkinsonian agent.</p> Rupesh Kumar Mani Madhura.M Bose Swati Mittal Muthukumar A Salahuddin Md Copyright (c) 2023 2023-07-28 2023-07-28 7 10 10.46795/ijhcbs.v4i3.465 Ethnopharmacolgy of artocarpus heterophyllus-an updated review <p>Since ancient times, medicinal plants have been used to treat illness and disease all throughout the world. They contain compounds with medicinal properties, and additional research on these molecules has resulted in the creation of novel medications. Nowadays, medicinal plants play an important role in the development of plant-based medications. <em>Artocarpus heterophyllus</em> is a type of tree. The plant belongs to the Moraceae family and is found primarily in the forests of India's western ghats. <em>Artocarpus heterophyllus</em> is rich inFlavonoids, reducing sugars, proteins, and minerals. It has long been used to treat diarrhoea, wound healing, and other ailments. ulcers, skin problems, and anti-bacterial, anti-inflammatory, anti-diabetic, and anti-fungal properties.</p> Fayazuddin MD Muthukumar A Jafar Talukdar Ahmed Sowmya Shree Malli Ramakanta S Kavitha Parashwar Gogoi Mohammed Shaik Sahil Copyright (c) 2023 2023-09-10 2023-09-10 11 15