The antimicrobial activity of the ethanolic extract of the plant was studied against five, This research is meant for the isolation of the compounds out from the methanolic extract of the Hygrophila auriculata. ... Every disease on earth has a cure from the grace of Almighty and mankind has been blessed by numerous medicinal plants. To isolate the compounds from methanolic extract of Hygrophila auriculata which was taken from Bihar’s Koshi river belt, open silica gel column chromatographic methods. The present review is an attempt to highlight the various ethanobotanical and traditional uses as well as phytochemical and pharmacological reports about Hygrophila auriculata (K. Schum) Heine. Analgesic activity was studied by hot plate and tail flick method in thermal method, and acetic acid induced writhing test in chemical method. Flourescence analysis exhibited considerable variation and preliminary phytochemical analysis revealed the presence of alkaloids, steroids, flavonoids, triterpenoids, tannins and saponins. To isolate the compounds from methanolic extract of Hygrophila auriculata which was taken from Bihar’s Koshi river belt, open silica gel column chromatographic methods with different solvent mixtures were applied. peroxidation, hepatoprotective and haematopoietic, In the present study, the medicinal plant Hygrophila auriculata was selected and the major phytochemicals and amino acids present in this plant were analysed using standard qualitative tests. Haematinic effect of Hygrophila spinosa T. Therefore we would like to draw your attention to our House Rules. @article{4314850, author = {Ouattara, Nabère and Hilou, Adama and Guenné, Samson and Konaté, Kiessoum and Zerbo, Patrice and Meda Nâg-Tiero, Roland and Compaoré, Moussa and Kiendrébeogo, Martin and Millogo, Jeanne and Nacoulma, Germaine}, issn = {2231-3354}, journal = {JOURNAL OF APPLIED PHARMACEUTICAL SCIENCE}, keywords = {hygrophila auriculata,nelsonia canescens}, … [13] Nair NC, Henry AN. It was also established that the methanolic fraction has higher potential in inhibiting lipid peroxidation and methanolic and aqueous fractions in increasing reduced glutathione concentration in blood in case of induced haemolytic anemia on 30th day of experiment. All rights reserved. kidney disease patients by fulfilling the requirements for disease management unmet by modern allopathic medicine. Weed Risk Assessment for Hygrophila polysperma Ver. Besides this the LD50 was also calculated and was found to be 3020mg/kg by graphical method. The plant contains saponins, alkaloids, steroids, tannins, flavonoids and triterpenoids are the main phytoconstituents. It was concluded that the residual fraction of hot water extract of H. spinosa have better haematinic property on induced haemolytic anemia than that of its aqueous and methnolic counterparts. Heine, Cytotoxicity Potential of Nelsonia canescens (Lam.) Petroleum ether, choloroform, alcoholic and aqueous extracts of the leaves of Hygrophila spinosa T. Anders (Acanthaceae) were screened for analgesic and antimotility activities. Phytochemical analysis of methanolic extract of Hygrophila auriculata gave a new compound identified as n-octa-triacontan-3-one-19α, 31α-diol (4) and along with the four known aliphatic ester compounds n-hexacos-21-one-1-ol (1), trans-tetracont-7-en-1-ol (2), n–octacosan-8-one (3) and n-heptacosan-11α-ol (5). Several potential medicinal plants have been explored from Indian biospheres which are being used for the treatment of diabetes and also several works on these plants have been reported. Many South Asian medicinal plants have been detailed in traditional medicinal Sohail Ahmed. It is describe, traditional uses as well as phytochemical and pharmacological reports about, experience obtained from their traditional, standardized extracts to ensure high quality and batch-. The activity exhibited by the extracts was comparable to that of the standard drug aspirin (100 mg/kg/p.o). The plant is widely distributed throughout India, Sri Lanka, Burma, Malaysia and Nepal. endobj Nutritional importance: The plant is rich source of Fe, Ca, P, Na, vitamins, antioxidants, polyphenols, flavonoids, proanthocyanins, alkaloids, enzymes, amino acids, hydrocarbons, terpenoids, glycosides etc. sufficient therapeutic potency for the management of kidney diseases. In the present study, the purpose was to investigate the potential cytotoxicity and selectivity of different extracts from N. canescens on human cervical cancer HeLa and SiHa cell lines. J. Hygrophila auriculata has hepatoprotective and antioxidative properties against CCl4- and paracetamol-induced hepatotoxicities. The effects of x- ray on the extract were also screened, where higher dosages gave maximum activity compared to lower and normal. HPTLC profile of n-butanol fraction represent presence the various types of triterpenoids. Hygrophila auriculata significantly decreased the level of AST and ALT in rats and these levels slightly increased when compared to standard drug. x��=ێ�F���z� ;�X��sqvxc��}�5�"i"i�8��O]�J�)���X"����^�E���㹻Yo΋������y���^/�={x�����_�o�������o�>y��XQ�z�����(�X�jє�����=���M��==}R.n��7O��[.V�Y���铯 ���\��Q��p8�P�����lTQbM���jqU� �.�n�-�7F��ym��dL+U-i�,e���JS��%��-�ʺ0��+7h��tl��O�a�x�)����^.ʄLjQm��I�MѴ��UEc�~�����Ǖ���Օ��zu%�r�-�y�,p�Zެ����\���p�l��8��o�O���� F��g�Lx�w��L]�)�v���,!FaK�h���� 7t��hEY��5r���e����DCIƄf�s��DfF�XP��xU�&���2;�*�Jƚ�жhҡ�W��?1�3�*ӟ6�5,�R�*7���0=�J��F,�b�e��1����xv��Q� P Ts � ȶ��d (�@�Pe ȹ[�{G�1��`c�@khzh�X�r��*#ZZ�74'�Z��z�l����U�BK�N�+���p ]J'��H��F�9�j`X՛Hsr����Z�D�T� �Z�� A new compound was found with four other known compounds as aliphatic esters from H. auriculata extract. ):221 in 1987. This herb was customarily used as a diuretic to cure the inflammation, pain, urinal infections, and the gout. The HA AgNPs showed good antibacterial activity and MIC against Staphylococcus aureus (ATCC 6538), Bacillus cereus (NCIM 2106), Pseudomonas aeruginosa (ATCC 9027) and Escherichia coli (ATCC 8739). The seeds are acrid, bitter, Nelsonia canescens is a small perennial herb widely used in Burkina Faso traditional medicine for the treatment of any diseases. 3 0 obj There is a growing demand for the leads with potential antidiabetic activity. Int. After 12 weeks of induction, the total weights of tumor were calculated. The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. Methods: Alcohol extracts of seeds of H. auriculata (300mg/kg and 500mg/kg p.o.) Roots and seeds have special application in medicines for jaundice and other hepatic obstruction. nephropathy in animal models and in vitro research. Reference page. Medicinal plants are rich sources of bioactive This review aims to present the use of such South Asian ethnomedicinal plants that have The characters that help distinguish these both samples are also discussed. § 7701-7786, 2000) and the Federal Seed Act (7 U.S.C. ):221 in 1987. Both programs predicted Galectin-3 as most favorable target for HS-01 followed by iNOS, whereas TNFα and COX-2 were among less favorable. The MIC of the HA AgNp was found to be 5µg against all the test organisms. Antinociceptive activity of Hygrophlla auriculata Schum Heine. Among these aquatic species, some plants are sold in the market and directly used by the AYUSH practitioners due to their medicinal values, viz., Alternanthera sessilis (L.) R.Br. Hygrophila schulli has been put under various genera in the past. Hygrophila auriculata. Missouri Botanical Garden. ���9b�����,[T���i�כ(��J/�. Antioxidant and Free Radical Scavenging Activity in Roots of Hygrophila schulli (Buch.-Ham.) 6. antidiabetic, antioxidant, antinociceptive, anticancerous and androgenic properties of H. spinosa are discussed. Medicinal system makes its use to treat a number of liver disorders (Vijayakumar et al., 2006). From the results it was concluded that both extracts exhibited anti-nociceptive activity by central and peripheral mechanism(s). The presence of amino acids such as glycine, proline, valine and phenylalanine was confirmed by paper chromatography. However, some other plants like as Bacopa monnieri, Boerhavia diffusa, Centella asiatica, Enhydra fluctuans, Hygrophila auriculata, Leucas aspera, Trianthema portulacastrum etc. having haematinic, antidiabetic, anti-nociceptive, hepato-protective, antioxidative and androgenic property with no side effects. To search out the potent aphrodisiac agent without side effect, an approach has been taken to prevent the cyproterone acetate (CPA)‐treated male infertility by ethanolic extract of seed of Hygrophila auriculata in albino rat. The results suggest that the extracts exhibit analgesic activity by central as well as peripheral mechanism(s) and also have antimotility activity. Vitamin E (10–100 μg/ml) was used as a positive control. 2: 61-69. Barleria longifolia L. Hygrophila schulli M. R. Almeida & S. M. Almeida Hygrophila spinosa T.Anderson. Many of the species that contribute toward the antidiabetic activity are still unexplored and require further attention. M.R.Almeida and S.M. 2020. (Brahmi), Centella asiatica(L.)Urban (Vallarai), Eclipta prostrate L. (Vellaikarisalai), Phyla nodiflora Greene. The Ayurvedic system of medicine classifies as Seethaveryam, Mathuravipaka. The vascular cylinder, The phloem is in ve small groups alternating with the, primary xylem strands. which the cystoliths are found are called lithocysts. It is described in ayurvedic literature as Ikshura, Ikshugandha, and Kokilasha having eyes like the Kokila or Indian Cuckoo. %���� In agar well diffusion method, the maximum zone of inhibition was found against Pseudomonas aeruginosa (ATCC 9027) with 18 mm and minimum zone of inhibition was found to be against Escherichia coli (ATCC 8739) with 13 mm. SPRENG EXTRACTS AGAINST CARBON TETRACHLORIDE-INDUCED HEPATOTOXICITY IN RATS. The richness of plant diversity is largely due to ecological diversity superimposed with tribal and ethnic diversification, plant usages and religious rituals. Anti-inflammatory, analgesic and molecular docking studies of Lanostanoic acid 3-O-α-D-glycopyranoside isolated from Helichrysum stoechas, Traditional Medicine in Sri Lanka South Asian medicinal plants and chronic kidney disease, Seeds of Ruellia tuberosa L. as a new adulterant for the seeds of Hygrophila auriculata (Schumach.) diuretic, and immunomodulation. The aqueous, alcoholic, petroleum ether, chloroform, ethyl acetate and n-butanol fractions or the terpenoid-rich fraction (TRF) separated from the alcoholic extract of Hygrophila auriculata (AEHA) were prepared and the total phenolic content was estimated. 1 January 28, 2015 1 Introduction Plant Protection and Quarantine (PPQ) regulates noxious weeds under the authority of the Plant Protection Act (7 U.S.C. Almeida, Underutilized leafy vegetables: diversity, nutritional security and medicinal benefit in context of Eastern India, Phytosynthesis of silver nanoparticles using hygrophila auriculata leaf extract and assessment of their antibacterial and antioxidant properties, Herbal Remedies from Aquatic and Semi-aquatic Plants Conserved at Siddha Medicinal Plants Garden (CCRS), Mettur Dam, Salem District, Tamil Nadu, New aliphatic ester constituents of Hygrophila auriculata (K. Schum) Heine from the Koshi river basin, Anti-nociceptive activity of Hygrophila auriculata (Schum) Heine, Evaluation of in vitro free radical scavenging potential of different fractions of Hygrophila auriculata (K.Schum) Heine, Chemical and Pharmacological Evaluation of Hygrophila spinosa Root, Analgesic and antimotility activities of leaves of Hygrophilla spinosa T. Anders, Anti-tumor potency and toxicology of an Indian ayurvedic plant, Hygrophila spinosa, Anthelmintic and antibacterial activities of Hygrophila spinosa T. Anders, Isolation of lupeol from the root of Asteracantha longifolia Nees, Important of mineral content and Medicinal properties of Moringa oleifera and Hygrophila auriculata, Investigation of Astercantha longifolia Nees, Indian Medicinal Plants with Hypoglycemic Potential. Res. A multi-centric double blind homoeopathic pathogenetic trial of Hygrophila spinosa G Rakshit 1, AK Vichitra 2, PK Chandra 3, Rajpal 4, Vinay Kr. Pharmacologyonline, 2008, 2(1): 821-828. Whereas low dose (20 mg/kg) aphrodisiac, tonic, sedative, used for diseases of the blood. CPA is used for the treatment of prostate cancer. The whole plant, roots, and seeds are used in the treatment of various ailments in Ayurveda. endobj (Poduthalai), Sphagneticola calendulacea (L.) Pruski (Manjalkarisalai), Spilanthes acmella DC. Thus far, many studies are significant in aquatic plants but limited to the level of clinical uses, conservation and cultivation. The whole plant, roots, and seeds are used in the treatment of various diseases per Ayurveda (Nandakarni, 1976;Chopra et al., 1956), and a few ethnomedical uses of the herb are also reported, ... Nelsonia canescens, a small perennial herb with soft decumbent villous branches [8] is traditionally used for malaria, cancer, gout, cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases treatments, ... Nelsonia canescens, a small perennial herb with soft decumbent villous branches (Owoyele, 2005 ) is traditionally used for malaria, cancer, gout, cardiovascular and inflammatory diseases treatments. See all formats and pricing. pharmaceutical agents targeting the management of kidney diseases and improvement of quality of life for chronic Anti-inflammatory and analgesic activities of Hygrophila auriculata. Hygrophila spinosa T. Anders (Acanthaceae) is described in Ayurvedic literature as Ikshura, Ikshugandha and Kokilasha “having eyes like Kokila or Indian. The plant Hygrophila auriculata (K. Schum) Heine, (Acanthaceae), has been traditionally used for the treatment of inflammation, pain, urinary infection, edema, gout and as a diuretic. This research is meant for the isolation of the compounds out from the methanolic extract of the Hygrophila auriculata. Free radical scavenging activity was assessed by inhibition of 1, 1'-Diphenyl-2-picryl-hydrazyl (DPPH), deoxyribose degradation against OH • , nitric oxide and lipid peroxidation radical assays. (Family: Acanthaceae) is called as Kokilaksha in Sanskrit, Neermulli in Tamil, and Marsh Barbel in English. The choloroform, alcoholic and aqueous extracts at dose of 200 and 400 mg/kg of body weight significantly inhibited the abdominal constriction produced by acetic acid and also increased the pain threshold of mice towards the thermal source in a dose dependent manner comparable to the standard drug aspirin (100 mg/kg of body weight). Hygrophila auriculata is belongs to the genus Hygrophila whose identity as a separate genus is still debated.H. The TRF at the same concentration showed a dose-dependent inhibition of nitric oxide, and hydroxyl radical than AEHA. Therefore, HS-01 could be developed as suitable therapy against inflammation and associated disorders. Investigation of Asteracantha longifolia Nees. In Unani it is mentioned a Talmakhana and in Sidha it is mentioned as Neermulli [2]. Hygrophila auriculata (Schumach.) Tropicos.org 2020. The name was published by M. R. Almeida & S. M. Almeida in the Journal of Bombay Natural History Society 83(suppl. At an °C in haeating mantle. extract. Interestingly, the TRF protects the rat brain tissue against oxidative stress as indicated by inhibition of lipid peroxidation. 1. In this context thorough exploration, nutritional profiling, evaluation of antioxidant properties and medicinal benefits are most important before popularization of cultivation of these underutilized leafy vegetables. with different solvent mixtures were applied. Agric. 4 0 obj © 2008-2020 ResearchGate GmbH. Bhumi G. and Savithramma N. (2014) Bio-gical Synthesis of Zinc oxide Nanoparticles from Catharanthus Roseus (I.) Heine [family ACANTHACEAE ] (stored . J. Ethnopharmacol, 2006, 106(1), 1-28. The present review article is focused on phytochemical, International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences. Concentrated genetic diversity of such underutilized leafy vegetables are common in Eastern Indian states namely West Bengal, Jharkhand, Bihar etc. Crude petroleum ether extract, when administered (i.p.) The HSE and HS-01 also confirms a significant prolongation of the paw licking or jumping towards the Eddy’s hot plate and reduction in quantity of writhes after the introduction of acetic acid in mice (p<0.01 & p<0.001). It is described in ayurvedic literature as Ikshura, Ikshugandha, and Kokilasha having eyes like the Kokila or Indian Cuckoo. bundles. A scrutiny of literature revealed some notable pharmacological effects like anti-nociceptive, anti-tumor, antioxidant, hepatoprotective, hypoglycemic, haematinic, diuretic, free radical scavenging, anthelmintic, anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, anabolic and androgenic activities. Introduction:This paper reports on aquatic/semi-aquatic plants from the Siddha Medicinal Plants Garden (SMPG),Mettur Dam, Salem district of Tamil Nadu, which are used to cure various diseases in Siddha system of medicine. In addition, assessment of estrogen and progesterone receptor (ERα, PR) levels revealed a significant reduction in the percentage of ERα and PR positive tumors in extract treated animals when compared to controls. Flora of Tamilnadu. § 1581-1610, 1939). Some have shown promising effects to address Indian J Exp Biol. Published on the internet. butelin, fatty acids, and alkaloids. Some of these leafy vegetables contain compounds of medicinal importance which enable them to be utilized in different Indian systems of medicine to cure several ailments. Fig. The vascular, while the pith cells are circular, less compact and thin-, dilated and squarish rectangular. 20 gram of Hygrophila Auriculata seeds were gathered and washed with double distilled to remove dirty particles. Weed Risk Assessment for Hygrophila pinnatifida Ver. Global diversity in vegetable crops is estimated to be about 400 species of which about 80 species of major and minor vegetables are reported to have originated in India. 2.1.2 Hygrophila auriculata. This study deals with the preliminary phytochemical screening and detailed pharmacognostical study of leaf, stem and root of Hygrophila auriculata (K. Schum) Heine which includes macro and microscopic studies, determination of physico-chemical parameters of the extract using TLC and HPTLC fingerprinting. Hygrophila spinosa on [family ACANTHACEAE ] Verified by Not on sheet, Hygrophila auriculata (Schumach.) The same plant extract is effective against both gram positive, gram negative bacteria as well as fungi. other forming a wide region of aeranchymatous tissue. was used as the standard drug. Methanol extract (ME) showed the best selectivity index value of 7.93 ± 0.03 with HeLa cell line and Ethyl acetate extract (EAE) showed the best selectivity index value of 7.48 ± 0.05 with SiHa. Published online. In the sub-acute toxicity exposure of 28 days, BEHS showed no significant change in body weight, organ weight and serum biochemical parameters which established its low toxicity profile. endobj Tumor sizes were determined by palpation, comparing the volume of each tumor to that of preformed plasticine models. Following various folk claims for cure numerous diseases, efforts have been made by researcher to verify the efficacy of the plant through scientific biological screenings. Hygrophila auriculata (Schumach.) Petroleum ether extract of Hygrophila auriculata affects the liver, kidney functions, and metabolism and hematological parameters in high dosage level (40 and 80 mg/kg). Download Free PDF. Department of Pharmacognosy & Phytochemistry, Faculty of Pharmacy Jamia Hamdar, (K. Schum) Heine, (Acanthaceae), has been traditionally, . Keywords: Under-utilized leafy vegetables, nutritional and medicinal benefit, Eastern India. The authentic H. auriculata seeds are dark brown, angled, nonreflective, and dull, whereas the spurious seeds are brick red, circular, disc like, and shining. J. Res. Hepatoprotective activity of Apium graveolens ana Hygrophila auriculata against paracetamol and thioacetamide intoxication in rats. Hepatoprotective activity of Apium graveolens and Hygrophila auriculata against paracetamol and thioacetamide intoxication in rats. Shoots showing axillary owers, throns, and cluster leaves. auriculata is an aquatic, perennial herb which has medicinal properties in treating liver ailments according to Ayurveda.. Click here to see all Semantic Properties associated with this page. However, toxicity study of the Hygrophila auriculata leaves extract is still lacking. 2 0 obj Hygrophila auriculata by GC-MS analysis. ACP present in many tissues, it … the lower side. Both the extracts at doses 100 and 200 mg/kg/p.o inhibited the abdominal constrictions induced by acetic acid and also increased the pain threshold of mice towards the thermal source in a dose dependent manner. It is commonly found in tropical Asia and Africa; in India, this aquatic annual herb is generally found in moist places, especially in agriculture fields, on banks of canals and rivers, in ponds, and in other water-stagnant areas (during rainy season). This study was designed to assess the potential anti-tumor effect of the administration of the hydroalcoholic extract of Hygrophila spinosa (HEHS), on 7,12 - Dimethylbenz(a)anthracene (DMBA) - induced mammary tumors in female rats and its sub-acute toxicity evaluation. In addition to antibiotic properties, medicinal plants are important sources of chemicals with potential application as pesticides. Hygrophila auriculata (Schum) Heine (syn) Asteracantha longifolia Nees, Acanthaceae was described in ayurvedic literature as Ikshura, Ikshugandha, and Kokilasha. The plant Hygrophila auriculata (K. Schum) Heine, (Acanthaceae), has been traditionally used for the treatment of inflammation, pain, urinary infection, edema, gout and as a diuretic. In phytochemical analysis it is found that the roots of H. schulli contain Lupeol as major phytocompound, which is active compound in treating various diseases [3. Heine (Acanthaceae) is an herbal plant commonly grown on moist places. Take one glass of lukewarm water. MTT assay revealed higher cytotoxic activity of methanol extract in a dose-dependent manner against both HeLa and SiHa cells with respective IC 50 values of 21.72 ± 0.08 g/mL and 25.30 ± 0.44 g/mL. Hygrophila spinosa T. Anders (Acanthaceae) is described in Ayurvedic literature as Ikshura, Ikshugandha and Kokilasha “having eyes like Kokila or Indian. Indigenous and underexploited vegetables particularly leafy vegetables are widely used as sources of food and source of income for many poor communities in India. Such common underutilized leafy vegetables are Alternanthera sessilis, Alternenthera pholoxeriodes, Amaranthus cruentus, Amaranthus spinosus, Ampelygomum malaicum, Diplazium esculentum, Hydrocotyle sibthorpoides, Ipomoea indica, Kratava magna, Malva verticillata, Oxalis corniculata, Polygonum plabium, Portulaca oleracea, Trigonella balansae, Typhonium trilobatum, etc. In addition, the Diphenyl-1-picryl hydrazyl radical scavenging assay (DPPH), Phosphomolybdenum assay, reducing power assay revealed they can be used as the potential scavenger against deleterious damages caused by the free radicals.Conclusion: The present study explored that Hygrophila auriculata which are efficient producers of AgNPs and could act as safe and cost-effective with potential antibacterial and antioxidant activities. Conclusion: Aquatic plants have been widely used in traditional medicine with a long Indian history. Both the HSE as well as HS-01 showed a substantial decline in paw volume when compared with the relevant control groups (p<0.01 & p<0.001). This study gives a new route to discovery of new drug with and without x- ray interaction. <> The aqueous extract of aerial parts (HAA) and root(HAR) were screened for its anti-nociceptive property using both chemical and thermal methods of nociception in mice. Hygrophila spinosa T. Anders (Acanthaceae) is described in Ayurvedic literature as Ikshura, Ikshugandha and Kokilasha “having eyes like Kokila or Indian. Materials and Methods: In the present review, information on Siddha formulations of the plants and medicinal properties along with their taxonomy, habit and habitat were presented by citing authentic publications. Therefore it can be concluded that antimicrobial activity of Hygrophila auriculata against bacteria and fungi shows its medicinal value and supports the widespread use of the plant as local remedy for Hygrophila auriculata. The name was published by M. R. Almeida & S. M. Almeida in the Journal of Bombay Natural History Society 83(suppl. The seeds were dried and grained with mortar. The central part is, Quasim and Dutta (1967) reported the presence, thioacetamide-induced liver damage in rats, (K.Schum) Heine at a dose of 150 mg/kg/p.o exhibit, tetrachloride-induced liver damage in rats, activity against carbon tetrachloride- and paracetamol-, Ehrlich ascites carcinoma and sarcoma-180, dose equivalent to 5 g/kg of the starting material. Spreng Extracts against Cervical Cancer Cell Lines. 5. The plant Hygrophila auriculata (K. Schum) Heine, (Acanthaceae), has been traditionally used for the treatment of inflammation, pain, urinary infection, edema, gout and as a diuretic. Results: Thirty-three aquatic/semi-aquatic plant species used in herbal remedies are being presented in this paper along with their description, medicinal uses as single drug or in combination. Heine [family ACANTHACEAE ] (stored . view is raised slightly on the adaxial and abaxial sides. Leaf Extract and Validation for Antibacterial Ac-tivity. Hygrophila auriculata (K. Schum) Heine (Acanthaceae) is a wide shrub usually growing in marshy places along with riverine areas. (international journal of Health research.. Vol 2 no.1 2009) • Both the leaves have Hepatoprotective roles. <>/ExtGState<>/XObject<>/ProcSet[/PDF/Text/ImageB/ImageC/ImageI] >>/MediaBox[ 0 0 594.96 841.92] /Contents 4 0 R/Group<>/Tabs/S/StructParents 0>> • H. auriculata leaves is rich source of Cu, Fe, Zn and Mn which signifies its role in haemopoetic activities in body. The elucidation of the structure of the different separated phytoconstituent was accomplished through spectral data analysis, chemical reactions and their literary comparisons. The present study deals with antitermitic potential of seed extracts of Withania somnifera (Indian ginseng), Croton tiglium (jamalgoota) and Hygrophila auriculata (talimkhana). Objectives: The present study was undertaken to investigate the diuretic properties of the seeds of Hygrophila auriculata (Schum) (Acanthaceae) in normal Wistar Albino rats. Hygrophila auriculata Schumach. pharmacopoeias for the management of kidney-related diseases. Sci. It contains lupeol, stigmasterol, <> Some of the species were explored enormously and their formulated herbal products are available in the global market. Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine. drug,'Kokilaaksha'and the Unani drug, Talimakhana. XRD study showed the particles found to be crystalline in nature, with a face-centered cubic (fcc) structure. pharmacotherapy targeting the management of chronic kidney disease has led to a search for alternative Antimotility activity was studied by charcoal meal feeding method and atropine sulphate at a dose of 0.1 mg/ kg (i.p.) Govaerts, R. et al. selected bacterial and five selected fungal pathogens. Following various folk claims as a cure for numerous diseases, efforts have been made by researchers to verify the efficacy of the plant by scientific biological screening. The plant contains saponins, alkaloids, steroids, tannins, flavonoids and triterpenoids are the main phytoconstituents. This information can be beneficial in the development of novel The mashed sample was mingled with 100 ml of double distilled water in a 500 ml beaker and kept at 60 reaction between seed extract and silver ions.

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