Abdulkadir Abubakar Akala*
Natural products from plants, animals, and microorganisms provide abundant sources for new compound identification in the search for lead compounds to cure diverse human ailments. It is commonly accepted that natural materials have a more varied structure than manufactured substances. In addition, compared to synthetic chemicals, the majority of natural products have great biological activity, ideal adsorption, appropriate distribution, acceptable metabolism, and elimination properties. Distinct natural products engage different signal transduction pathways to treat illnesses by regulating many targets, which has more therapeutic potential than pharmaceuticals targeted at a single site. This is especially useful for treating multifactorial and complicated disorders.