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Pharmacognostic study and indigenous medicinal value of saxifraga ligulata wall

Ngu Wah Win.

Pharmacognostic study and indigenous medicinal value of saxifraga ligulata wall

by Ngu Wah Win.

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Published by University of Mandalay, Department of Botany in Mandalay .
Written in English


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Statementby Ngu Wah Win.
ContributionsUniversity of Mandalay. Dept. of Botany.
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 144 leaves :
Number of Pages144
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Open LibraryOL23538039M
LC Control Number2009336446

Three volumes of "Quality Standards of Indian Medicinal Plants" covering standards of medicinal plants have already been published. We expect that this fourth volume like the earlier three volumes will also be of interest to the herbal drug industry, practitioners of the Indigenous Systems of Medicine, academicians, researchers, health. An Overview of genus Saxifraga L. in Indian Himalayas The paper deals with the enumeration of genus Saxifraga in Indian Himalayan region. A total of 64 species with 4 sub-species and 5 varieties have been recorded from Indian Himalayas, out of which 23 are confined to Western Himalaya and 17 are found in Eastern Himalaya, while 40 are common in.

  This study provides evidence that the predictions made by the non-random selection of medicinal plants theory hold true for small-scale studies, such as one single indigenous .   Florida Atlantic University. (, November 6). Pharmacy in the jungle study reveals indigenous people's choice of medicinal plants. ScienceDaily. Retrieved from

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Pharmacognostic study and indigenous medicinal value of saxifraga ligulata wall by Ngu Wah Win. Download PDF EPUB FB2

The application of pharmacognostic protocols such as macromorphology, micromorphology, organoleptic tests, ash value, histochemical studies and UV fluorescence study will help in identifying genuine drugs because these tests result in specific results for a particular drug.

Microscopy also plays an important role in drug identification. In Pakistan medicinal plants are primarily used by tibia dawakhanas (medical centers of indigenous physicians known as hakims).

Unfortunately, very little attention has been paid to the pharmacognostic and ethno botanical aspect of plants, as hakims are only. Pharmacognostic study. Fresh seeds authenticated from the Botanical Survey of India were taken for morphological and histological studies.

Coarse powder (#40 mesh) was used to find out different pharmacognostical (macroscopic and microscopic) characteristics in the department of Dravyaguna of IPGAE&R according to established procedures.Cited by: ABSTRACT: Bergenia ligulata Wall is considered amongst the high valued medicinal herbs and one of the important examples of controversial drugs which is popularly known as ‘Paashanbheda’ (meaning ‘to dissolve the stone’) in Indian systems of medicine.

The phytochemical studies have shown the presence of many secondary metabolites belonging to coumarins, flavonoids, benzenoids, lactone. pharmacognostic characteristic of Neolamarkia cadamba (roxb) in that they have studied microscopic, macroscopic characteristics of the plant viz., morphological studies, such as shape, size, apex, surface, base, margin, venation, taste and odour of leaves, as a part ofFile Size: KB.

§Midrib show layered thick wall closely pack collenchyma on both surface. Spongy mesophyl and vascular bundle RESULT AND DISCUSSION The pharmacognostic standards for the leaves are laid down for the first time in this study.

Morphological and anatomical studies of the leaf will enable to identify the crude drug. The. pharmacognostic studies of medicinal plants.

It is very important and in fact essential to lay down pharmacognostic specifications of medicinal plants which are used in various drugs. Pharmacognosy is the study of medicines derived from natural sources, mainly from plants.

PHARMACOGNOSTIC STUDIES ON MEDICINAL PLANTS: JUSTICIA ADHATODA of years and have made a great contribution to maintain human health. The global interest in study.

An insight of pharmacognostic study and phytopharmacology of Aquilaria agallocha Janey Alam, Mohd. Mujahid, Badruddeen, Md. Azizur Rahman, Juber Akhtar, Mohmmad Khalid, Aquilaria agallocha, an important medicinal plant is one of the most widely growing species of the family It is a precious plant on the earth because of its spacious.

Pharmacognostic Studies 25 CHAPTER-III - PHARMACOGNOSTIC STUDIES INTRODUCTION As the crude drugs form the basis for the manufacture of wide range of medicinal preparations needed by people, the development of pharmacognostical research has become indispensable for procuring therapeutically potent medicine prepared from genuine drug material.

The medicinal value of 14 species as revealed from this study is not reported before from Nepal. The parts of plant used and the preparation for different ailments also differ in most cases.

The plant Saxifraga ligulata, well-known as "Pashanbheda" in the indigenous system of medicine has a number of therapeutic benefits.S. ligulata has been widely recognized for its role in dissolving kidney stones.

It is also effective in the treatment of fever, eye ailments, dysentery and diarrhea, piles, inflammation, and chronic ulcers. Currently available data on Pashanbheda are limited and.

IJAPBC – Vol. 2(1), Jan- Mar, ISSN: - 90 INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ADVANCES IN PHARMACY, BIOLOGY AND CHEMISTRY Research Article ABSTRACT Comparative microscopical features were carried out on the leaves, stem barks and roots of Ficus abutilifolia with a view to determining some parameters that would help in the identification of the plant.

Pharmacognostic Evaluation of the Bark of Acacia suma Roxb (Fabaceae) Gouri Kumar Dash1*, Mohd Syafiq Abdullah1 and Suman Acharyya2 1Faculty of Pharmacy and Health Sciences, Universiti Kuala Lumpur Royal College of Medicine Perak, Ipoh, The findings of this study will facilitate pharmacognostic standardization of the plant.

targets. This book is intended for all those using or wanting to learn more about computational methodologies in epigenetic drug discovery, including molecular modelers, informaticians, pharmaceutical scientists, and medicinal chemists.

With a better understanding of different molecular modeling and cheminformatic approaches. This book includes the chemical composition of plants, plant protection, essential oils extracted from plants, cultivation of more than medicinal plants, list of rare medicinal plants and their various uses.

The book covers different parameters of medicinal plants cultivation and various ways of their uses. Volume 1. Edition: Foreword. It is being globally recognized that medicinal plants play a significant role in providing health benefits to human beings.

The increase in the. Introduction Volume IInd After discussing the Fundamental principles of pharmacotherapeutics in Ayurveda in the first volume of Dravyaguna Vijnana, the author decided to furnish the next book of the same series (Vol. II) entitled – “Study of the essential medicinal plants in Ayurveda”.

Bergenia ciliata is a medicinal plant used for the treatment of kidney stones. The presented review is the first attempt to gather utmost information about the distribution, ethno-medicines, phytochemical analysis, pharmacology and toxicology of B.

ciliata. This review was designed with the aim to compile fragmented information about B. ciliata in addition to explore its therapeutic potential.

Results of this study indicating the presence of antiurolithic effect in Bergenia ligulata rhizome against calcium oxalate stones, mediated possibly through a combination of CaC 2 O 4 crystal inhibitory, diuretic, antioxidant and hypermagneseuric effects, rationalize its medicinal use for urinary stone disease.

Medicinal Plants of the World: Chemical Constituents, Traditional and Modern Medicinal Uses (vol. ), Ivan A. Ross, Humana Press, New Jersey, (). Poisonous Plants of All Countries (2nd ed.), Arthur-Bernhard Smith, Periodical Expert Book, Delhi (). Third Professional.

PHG Pharmacognosy Lab-II Cr. Hrs. 3. 1.The rhizomes of these plants are used in the indigenous system of medicines Bergenia ligulata syn. Saxifraga ligulata is being widely accepted under this name. the use of various names attributed to it, viz., Pashanbheda11, Pashana, Zakhmehayat12, Asmaribheda, Ashmabhid, Ashmabhed, Nagabhid, Upalbhedak, Parwatbhed and Shilabhed GJRMI - Volume 5, Issue 3, March Global journal of Research on Medicinal plants & Indigenous medicine's - March issue GJRMI - Volume 5, Issue 3, March