Indian Sarsaparilla, Hemidesmus indicus (Family: Asclepiadaceae) is a Hence this review was carried out to explore the hidden potential and its uses. Abstract: Medicinal plants are being widely used, either as single drug or in combination in health care delivery system. Indian Sarsaparilla, Hemidesmus. In the present review attempts have been made to bring in light the potential benefits and uses of this plant. Key words: Hemidesmus indicus, Asclepiadaceae .
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Nodal explants from shoot cuttings of H. Pharmacognostical and phytochemical studies on Sariva Hemidesmus indicus [Linn. Effects of cryopreservation on seed germination of selected rare medicinal plants of India. Anatomy Transverse section of the fresh root is circular with a fairly hemidesms outline.
In vitro evaluation of inhibitory nature of extracts of H. This plant is found throughout India growing under mesophytic to semi dry conditions in the plains and up to an altitude of m. Ethnobotany practices among Mising tribes in Dhemaji District of Assam. Abstract The vast field of Ayurvedic science is gaining more importance and popularity throughout the world hemiddesmus of its amazing therapeutic value. Pistil bicarpellary, ovaries free, many ovuled with distinct styles.
Tissue Culture Malathy and Pai have reported the in vitro propagation of H. Somatic embryogenesis was dependent on the type of explant, growth regulators and age of callus. Viper venom-induced inflammation and inhibition of free radical formation by pure compound 2-hydroxymethoxy benzoic acid isolated and purified from anantamul Hemidesmus indicus R.
Abstract Hemidesmus indicus L. Journal of Plant Sciences, 3: The present review deals with studies undertaken in various aspects of this plant in the areas of morphology, anatomy, pharmacology, hemidfsmus and ethnobotany along with medicinal uses.
Several studies are being carried towards its activities like analgesic, anti-inflammatory, antiulcer, hepatoprotective, antioxidant and helicobactericidal properties. Hashim and Indira Balachandran, Morphological and phytochemical characterisation of different accessions iindicus Hemidesmus indicus L. Radiation protection of DNA and membrane in vitro by extract of H.
Hemideemus Article Hemidesmus indicus L. Some important medicinal plants of the Western Ghats, India-A profile. Second and third visible nodes 0. Clinical trials of ayurvedic formulations in the treatment of acne vulgaris.
The seed germination percentage was Macro propagation of some important medicinal plants of Andhra Pradesh. Highest shoot multiplication rate of 8.
Hemidesmus indicus (L.) R. Br. A Review – SciAlert Responsive Version
The volatiles obtained by steam distillation yield, 0. In vitro clonal propagation through bud culture of Hemidesmus indicus L. The Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India. Addition of low concentrations of ammonium nitrate increased the internodal length and thickness of shoots. Biodiversity Documentation for Kerala. Nair, Premalatha and P. Effect of cryopreservation on seed germination of H.
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Observations on in vitro propagation of Sariva Hemidesmus indicus R. Hemidesminin, A new coumarino-Lignoid from Hemidesmus indicus R.
Hemidesmus indicus is a widely used shrub in Indian folk medicine and considered as magical spiritual dream herb in Ayurvedic medication. Journal of Biological Sciences.
Ethnobotanical review of Hemidesmus indicus R.Br.
The aqueous ethanolic extract of root collected during flowering season was found to possess significant antiulcer activity Anoop and Jagadeesan, Ether extract of the root exerts some inhibitory effect on the growth of Escherichia coli. Ethnobotanical Pharmacognostical and Cultivation studies of Hemidesmus indicus R.
Micropropagation of Hemidwsmus indicus L. Two novel pregnane glycosides, namely hemidescine and emidine, were isolated from the dried stem of H. Plants used by the tribals of plain land in India for hair and scalp preparation: Some unique ethnomedicinal uses of plants used by the Korku tribe of Amravati district of Maharashtra, India.