Nanogels in Herbal Medicine: Revolutionizing Drug Delivery for Enhanced Arthritis Treatment

Juliyas Shrotriya *

Department of Pharmacy, Oriental University, Sanwer Rd, Opposite Revati Range, Jakhya, Indore, Madhya Pradesh-453555, India.

*Author to whom correspondence should be addressed.


Abstract

In terms of stability and quick reaction to external stimuli, nanogels are highly fa-voured materials in herbal medicine. In order to provide herbal products with greater cellular penetration than currently possible, nanogel is proving to be a novel approach to oral and transdermal medicine delivery for a number of untreated ailments, includ-ing. Inflammation of one or more joints causes pain and stiffness that can worsen with age. Different types of arthritis exist, each with different causes including wear and tear, infections and underlying diseases. Symptoms include pain, swelling, reduced range of motion and stiffness. The ability of nanogel formulations to alter a drug's profile, genetic makeup, amino acids, peptides, a carbohydrate, or immunologic mate-rial, along with their capacity to pass through biological hurdles, biological distribu-tion, and drug kinetics, has been signalled as a promising target for drug delivery sys-tems. This may enhance effectiveness, safety, and compliance among patients. a num-ber of reasons, including their small size, huge surface area, and their ability for cover-ing both hydrophilic and hydrophobic molecules, hydrophobic nanogels that are repre-sent a promising drug delivery technique. As an innovative medication delivery meth-od, nanogels can reduce toxicity and enhance the incorporated drug's bioavailability.

Keywords: Nanogel, natural product, arthritis, drug's bioavailability, medication delivery, nano-medicines


How to Cite

Shrotriya, J. (2024) “Nanogels in Herbal Medicine: Revolutionizing Drug Delivery for Enhanced Arthritis Treatment”, Journal of Pharmaceutical Research International, 36(7), pp. 32–38. doi: 10.9734/jpri/2024/v36i77536.

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