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Indian Medicinal Plants An Illustrated Dictionary

Indian Medicinal Plants An Illustrated Dictionary

Indian Medicinal Plants An Illustrated

  • Page 2: Indian Medicinal Plants
  • Page 6: Author
  • Page 10: Guiding Factors
  • Page 14: • The British Herbal Pharmacopoei
  • Page 18: Abelmoschus esculentus
  • Page 22: disorders, contain taraxerol, its a
  • Page 26: diabetic rats. Seed oil—antifunga
  • Page 30: The bark yields a saponin which,
  • Page 34: Ayurvedic ◮ Aadaari, Lataa Khadir
  • Page 38: haemostatic. Salicylic acid is anti
  • Page 42: Chamba in Himachal Pradesh,
  • Page 46: pseudoaconitine. (The inert charact
  • Page 50: Habitat ◮ Native to Japan, occasi
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    Ayurvedic ◮ Vaasaa, Vaasaka,

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    Siddha/Tamil ◮ Manjakadambu.

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    Horse Chestnut contains triterpenoi

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    es, polyphosphatases, polyphenoloxi

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    diuretic and urinary antiseptic,

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    Alangium begoniaefolium

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    Action ◮ Bark—a decoction is gi

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    Ayurvedic ◮ Grnjana.

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    action). With crushing or chewing a

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    Dosage ◮ Leaf pulp juice—10-20

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    Alstonia sp. is known as Fever Bark

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    Ayurvedic ◮ Identified as Soma of

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    Folk ◮ Daadmaari. (Also known as

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    An iridoid glycoside named amphicos

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    Action ◮ Stimulant, cordial, rube

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    Anchusa italica Retz.

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    Angelica archangelica Linn. var. hi

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    leaves contain glucosides of luteol

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    chamomile remains unapproved

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    Celery yields an essential oil (3%)

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    Arctostaphylos uva-ursi Spreng.

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    drug, in itself, did not show anabo

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    sis of thyroid hormone. (Sharon M.

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    Action ◮ Leaf—haemostatic. Esse

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    activity and is a uterine stimulant

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    Vari. (Substitute for Medaa,

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    Aqueous extract decreased fasting

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    the gastrointestinal tract and bile

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    English ◮ Carambola, Star Fruit,

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    Bacopa monnieri (Linn.) Penn.

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    Along with other therapeutic applic

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    Ayurvedic ◮ Vansha, Venu, Kichaka

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    Dosage ◮ Whole plant—50-100 g f

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    Bauhinia acuminata Linn.

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    uds are used in diarrhoea,

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    hypotensive, antiamoebic, anticoagu

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    (Paashaanabheda indicates that the

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    and wounds. Decoction is given

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    Blumea eriantha DC.

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    Bombax ceiba Linn.

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    Action ◮ Gum-resin—antiseptic,

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    The oil gave brassino steroid—bra

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    Habitat ◮ Native to Mexico; grown

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    Bupleurum flacutum Linn.

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    Caccinia crassifolia O. Kuntze.

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    Action ◮ Root—astringent and

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    The plant is used in convulsions an

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    treatment of genitourinary and

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    Unani ◮ Chaai, Shaahi, Shaayi.

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    Action ◮ Anticonvulsant, CNS

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    Capparis zeylanica Linn.

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    Folk ◮ Karalli, Kierpa. Varanga

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    exhibited anti-tubercular activity,

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    Also found wild in the North

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    ubbed on to the skin to cure ringwo

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    Action ◮ An adulterant of the tru

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    Siddha/Tamil ◮ Erumaikkottan.

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    Family ◮ Meliaceae.

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    with pentobarbital. The seed extrac

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    Boiled leaves are eaten for urinary

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    Dosage ◮ Whole plant—10-

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    Habitat ◮ Native to South Europe,

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    Action ◮ Tuber—nervine and

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    The flowers contain daucosterol,

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    albino rats. The cholagogue activit

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    Key application ◮ Externally in

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    Key application ◮ As antibacteria

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    Cucurbitacins include cucurbitacin

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    Siddha/Tamil ◮ Periya elumuchhai.

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    For drug interactions with grapefru

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    Action ◮ Seed—carminative,

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    Habitat ◮ Ashrubdistributed

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    and South India) is known as Parwat

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    might lower hepatic glucose product

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    showed amoebicidal activity against

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    Conium maculatum Linn.

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    in debility, convalescence, intermi

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    of the plant is applied as a paste

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    The powdered rhizome of Corydalis

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    Action ◮ Coronary vasodilator

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    Siddha/Tamil ◮ Kumgumappoo

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    toxic. Crotin, a toxic albuminous s

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    Habitat ◮ Cultivated throughout

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    menopausal cramps, leg-cramps.

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    Dosage ◮ Rhizome—1-3 g powder.

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    Curcumenol and curdione are

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    externally for scalds, ulcers and

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    Family ◮ Poaceae.

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    Cyperus rotundus Linn.

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    period of decreased vascular tensio

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    D 200 Dalbergia latifolia Roxb.

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    D 202 Datisca cannabina Linn.

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    D 204 Daucus carota Linn. var. sati

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    D 206 Delphinium brunonianum Royle.

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    D 208 Delphinium zalil Aitch. & Hem

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    D 210 Desmodium gangeticum DC.

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    D 212 Dichroa febrifuga Lour.

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    D 214 Digitalis purpurea Linn.

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    D 216 Dioscorea daemona Roxb.

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    D 218 Diospyros ebenum Koenig.

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    D 220 Diospyros tomentosa Roxb.

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    D 222 Dolichos biflorus Linn.

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    D 224 Doronicum pardalianches Linn.

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    D 226 Drynaria quercifolia (Linn.)

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    D 228 Dysoxylum binectariferum Hook

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    230 Echinochloa frumentacea Link.

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    232 Eichhornia crassipes Solms Laub

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    234 Elephantopus scaber Linn.

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    236 Eleusine indica Gaertin.

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    238 Emblica officinalis Gaertn.

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    240 Entada scandens auct. non-Benth

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    242 Erigeron canadensis Linn.

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    244 Ervataemia coronaria staff.

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    246 Erythrina stricta Roxb.

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    248 Eulaliopsis binata (Retz.)C.E.H

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    250 Eupatorium triplinerve Vahl.

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    252 Euphorbia hypericifolia auct. n

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    254 Euphorbia thymifolia Linn.

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    256 Evolvulus alsinoides Linn.

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    Fagonia cretica Linn.

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    Feijoa sellowiana Berg.

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    dose of 0.6 mg/kg in rats by oral a

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    ought about by a double dose of ins

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    The Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of Indi

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    Ficus religiosa Linn.

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    Flacourtia sepiaria Roxb.

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    Habitat ◮ Indigenous to the coast

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    The seed oil contains myristic 4.2,

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    G 278 Garcinia cowa Roxb.

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    G 280 Garcinia morella (Gaertn) Des

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    G 282 Gardenia resinifera Roth.

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    G 284 Geophila repens (Linn.)I.M.Jo

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    G 286 Ginkgo biloba Linn.

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    G 288 Glossocardia bosvallia DC.

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    G 290 Gmelina arborea Roxb.

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    G 292 Gnida glauca (Fresen.) Gilg.

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    G 294 Grangea maderaspatana Poir.

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    G 296 Grewia villosa Willd.

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    G 298 Gymnema sylvestre B. Br.

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    G 300 Gynura pseudo-china (L.) DC.

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    H 302 Hardwickia binata Roxb.

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    H 304 Hedyotis corymbosa (Linn.) La

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    H 306 Helleborus niger Linn.

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    H 308 Herniaria glabra Linn.

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    H 310 Hibiscus sabdariffa Linn.

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    H 312 Hiptage benghalensis Kurz.

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    H 314 Homonoia riparia Lour.

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    H 316 Hura crepitans Linn.

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    H 318 Hymenodictyon excelsum Wall.

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    H 320 Hyptis suaveolens (Linn.) Poi

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    Iberis amara Linn.

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    Illicium verum Hook. f.

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    Indigofera aspalathoides

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    Folk ◮ Vana-methi.

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    and 3,5-dicaffoylquinic acids have

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    Ipomoea nil (Linn.) Roth

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    esin is the active principle, it co

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    Habitat ◮ The Himalayas from

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    flavonoids—rutin and kaempferol-

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    342 Jasminum auriculatum Vahl.

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    344 Jasminum rottlerianum Wall. ex

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    346 Jatropha gossypifolia Linn.

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    348 Juniperus communis Linn. var. s

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    350 Justicia gendarussa Burm. f.

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    K 352 Kalanchoe integra (Medic.) Ku

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    K 354 Kigelia pinnata (Jacq.) DC.

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    K 356 Kyllinga triceps Rottb.

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    358 Lactuca virosa Linn.

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    360 Lallemantia royleana Roxb.

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    362 Lantana camara Linn. var. acule

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    364 Launaea mucronata (Forsk.) Musc

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    366 Lawsonia inermis Linn.

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    368 Leonotis nepetaefolia (L.) R. B

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    370 Lepidium sativum Linn.

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    372 Leucas aspera Spreng.

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    374 Lilium polyphyllum D. Don.

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    376 Limonia crenulata Roxb.

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    378 Lippia geminata H. B. & K.

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    380 Litsea glutinosa (Lour.) C. B.

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    382 Lobelia leschenaultina (Persl)

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    384 Loranthus pentandrus Linn.

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    386 Luvunga eleutherandra Dalz in p

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    388 Lycopus europaeus Linn.

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    Maba nigrescens Dalz. & Gibs.

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    Maerua arenaria

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    of a number of Gram-positive and

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    one, taraxerol, friedelin, lupeol a

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    M. hamiltonii Wight (sub-Himalayan

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    mortality rate produced by picrotox

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    E.) Like cajeput oil, the principal

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    Action ◮ Plant—astringent, disc

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    Psychiatry, 74, 2003; Natural Medic

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    stimulative effect on CNS of mice.

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    is used as a mouthwash; leaves are

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    is used as a bitter tonic in fevers

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    The methanolic extract of the root

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    een reported. Saponins isolated fro

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    English ◮ Bitter Gourd, Blsam Pea

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    Habitat ◮ Throughout India in

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    Dosage ◮ Leaf—10-20 ml. juice.

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    perprolactinemia frequently face im

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    An anti-ulcerogenic acylsterylglyco

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    The hexane extract contains myristi

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    Myrtol, a fraction of myrtenol, is

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    N 434 Naregamia alata Wight & Arn.

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    N 436 Nepeta cataria Linn.

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    N 438 Nervilia aragoana Gaudich.

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    N 440 Nilgirianthus ciliatus (Nees)

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    N 442 Nymphaea stellata Willd.

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    O 444 Ocimum canum Sims.

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    O 446 Ocimum viride Willd.

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    O 448 Oldenlandia umbellata Linn.

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    O 450 Ophioglossum vulgatum Linn.

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    O 452 Orchis latifolia Linn.

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    O 454 Orthosiphon grandiflorus Bold

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    O 456 Osmunda regalis Linn.

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    O 458 Oxystelma secamone (Linn.) Ka

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    460 Panax pseudoginseng Wall.

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    462 Papaver rhoeas L.

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    464 Parmelia perlata (Huds.) Ach.

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    466 Passiflora incarnata Linn.

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    468 Pavetta indica Linn.

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    470 Peganum harmala Linn.

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    472 Pergularia extensa N. E. Br.

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    474 Persea americana Mill.

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    476 Peucedanum grande C. B. Clarke.

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    478 Phlogacanthus thyrsiflorus Nees

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    480 Phragmites communis Trin.

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    482 Phyllanthus maderaspatensis Lin

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    484 Physochlaina praealta Miers.

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    486 Picrorhiza scrophulariaeflora P

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    488 Pinus gerardiana Wall.

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    490 Piper chaba Hunter non-Blume.

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    492 Piper nigrum Linn.

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    494 Pisonia grandis R. Br.

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    496 Pithecellobium dulce Benth.

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    498 Plantago major Linn.

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    500 Plesmonium margaritiferum Schot

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    502 Plumeria acuminata Ait.

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    504 Pogostemon benghalensis Kuntze.

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    506 Polycarpaea corymbosa Lam.

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    508 Polygonatum multiflorum All.

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    510 Polygonum hydropiper Linn.

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    512 Populus alba Linn.

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    514 Portulaca tuberosa Roxb.

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    516 Premna integrifolia Linn.

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    518 Prosopis spicigera Linn.

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    520 Prunus cerasoides D. Don.

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    522 Pseudarthria viscida Wt. & Arn.

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    524 Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb.

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    526 Pterospermum canescens Roxb.

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    528 Putranjiva roxburghii Wall.

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    530 Pyrus communis Linn.

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    Q 532 Quercus infectoria Oliv.

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    Radermachera xylocarpa

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    causes inflammation of the digestiv

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    sinus tachycardia, anxiety, tension

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    Remusatia vivipara Schott.

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    spleen. (Purgative action not found

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    antiseptic. Used for indigestion,

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    stems and bark cause hypotension in

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    Habitat ◮ Mediterranean region.

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    The anthocyanosides are reportedly

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    A betaxanthin, humilixanthin, has

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    Ayurvedic ◮ Taruni-Kantaka (noncl

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    phenyl ethyl alcohol 3-9, eugenol 1

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    Folk ◮ Kal-vidhaaraa, Vaakeri

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    eta-sitosterol; leaves gave torment

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    The leaves contain 30 mg/100 g asco

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    Rungia repens Nees.

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    Saccharum munja Roxb.

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    Sagittaria trifolia Linn.

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    heumatic ailments. (German

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    The bark contains 8.2%-8.8% tannin

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    oil applied locally on rheumatic

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    poultices, hair tonics and hair dre

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    Sanicula europaea Linn.

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    Ayurvedic ◮ Arishtaka, Phenila,

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    Folk ◮ Bhedeli (Assam).

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    Family ◮ Lauraceae.

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    cough, chronic rheumatism, skin

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    Schleichera oleosa (Lour.) Oken.

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    Scirpus articulatus Linn.

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    Flavonoids occurring in the leaves

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    is comparatively less toxic. It is

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    The roots gave coumarins, angelicin

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    Habitat ◮ Southeastern North

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    The bark contains gum and tannin.

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    The bark contains 7-12, young leave

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    Proteins, linoleic, malvlic and ste

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    Silymarin has been used successfull

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    Astilbin, 3-O-caffeoyl-shikimic, fe

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    Key application ◮ As a supportive

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    Action ◮ Fruit—recommended in l

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    Habitat ◮ Native to South America

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    English ◮ Milk Thistle (a confusi

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    Included among unapproved herbs

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    (Mahamundi, Mahaa-shraavani is

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    Action ◮ Fruits, leaves, bark—

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    and hyndarine sedative activity. Te

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    pachol, dehydro-alpha-lapachone and

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    Strychnos ignatii Bergius.

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    Styrax benzoin Dry.

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    Action ◮ A substitute for S.

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    Habitat ◮ The Himalayas from

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    ties to the buds. Eugenol, a major

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    Syzygium jambos (Linn.) Alston.

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    Tabernaemontana coronaria

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    English ◮ Big Marigold, Aztec or

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    Ayurvedic ◮ Maachikaa (related

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    Ayurvedic ◮ Dugdh-pheni, Luutaari

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    Action ◮ Leaves—hypoglycaemic

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    not show any such effect. The juice

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    The Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of Indi

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    Terminalia myriocarpa

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    Teucrium chamaedrys Linn.

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    Thespesia populnea

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    English ◮ Mother-of-thyme, Wild

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    alloxan diabetic rats. (Phytother R

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    and several indole alkaloids from t

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    Trapa bispinosa Roxb.

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    Unani ◮ Biskhaparaa.

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    Folk ◮ Hetenuriyaa, Jalasirasa.

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    Siddha ◮ Kommu Patolia.

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    Siddha/Tamil ◮ Vendhayam.

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    Sensitivity to gluten has also been

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    Key application ◮ In acute catarr

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    Folk ◮ Gondapateraa.

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    U 684 Uraria alopecuroides Wight.

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    U 686 Urtica dioica Linn.

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    U 688 Usnea longissima Ach.

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    Vaccaria pyramidata (L.) Medik.

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    Action ◮ Tranquillizer, hypnotic,

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    The seed oil contains palmitic, ole

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    The Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of Indi

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    Key application ◮ In catarrh of

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    The plant gave iridoid glycosides i

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    Habitat ◮ Native to eastern and c

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    in vincamine; others include vinic,

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    uised and applied to ulcers;

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    Action ◮ Properties more or less

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    eta-sitosterol and p-hydroxybenzoic

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    Tricholepis procumbens Wight.

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    W 716 Wedelia biflora DC.

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    W 718 Withania ashwagandha Kaul (cu

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    W 720 Wrightia tinctoria R. Br.

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    Xanthium strumariumLinn.

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    Folk ◮ Saanthu, Kalpottan (Kerala

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    Y 728 Yucca gloriosa Linn.

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    730 Zanthoxylum armatum DC.

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    732 Zataria multiflora Boiss.

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    734 Zingiber zerumbet Rosc. ex.Sm.

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    736 Ziziphus jujuba Mill.

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    738 Zornia diphylla (L.) Pers.

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    Abbreviations

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    min Minimum

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    746 Appendix

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    748 Appendix

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    750 Appendix

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    752 Appendix

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    754 Appendix

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    756 Appendix

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    Standardized Extracts of Indian Her

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    Appendix 761

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    Botanical name/

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    Botanical name/

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    Botanical name/

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    Botanical name/

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    772 Appendix

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    774 Bibliography

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    About the Author

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    778 Index

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    780 Index

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    782 Index

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    800 Index

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    802 Index

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    Carum carvi fruit (PLIM)

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    Cissampelos pareira root (PLIM)

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    Cyperus rotundus rhizome (Dabur)

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    Emblica officinalis dried fruit (Da

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    Hemidesmus indicus root (WHO/PLIM)

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    Lactuca serriola seed (Himalaya)

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    Mucuna pruriens seed (Hamdard)

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    Sapindus mukorossi seed (Dabur)

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