The current map showing distribution of species is only indicative. Using a sterile cotton swab dipped into the adjusted culture medium and squeezed. Floral leaves mm long, densely lanate. The authors are very much thankful to Dr. For more details, pl.
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Anisomeles malabaricaplant is a medicinal herb belonging to the one of the largest genera of the Lamiaceae. This herbaceous plant has strong aromatic smell and commonly found in tropical and subtropical regions of India. Malabaricagrows normally around 2 meter in height. Leaves are very thick, much branched from base, oblong-lanceolate, acute, crenate-serrate.
Flowers floral leaves purple, about 8 to 10 mm long, densely lanate, fruits nutlets, bearing ellipsoid and compressed seeds. Stems tetragonous. The fresh juice of the leaves is also given to children in colic, dyspepsia, and fever due to teething.
Aqueous and other solvent extracts of the plant is reported to possess anti-cancer, anti-allergic, anti-anaphylactic, anti-bacterial, anti-perotic, anti-septic, anti-plasmodial, anti-edemic, anti-nociceptive, and anti-planmodial activity etc. The plant also yields a yellow-brownish essential oil, which is used externally as an embrocation in rheumatic arthritis Journal of Agricultural Research and Extension 3 Singh R.
Ancient Science of Life 22 Perumalsamy R. Ethanobotanical survey of folk plants for the treatment of snakebites in southern part of Tamilnadu, India. Journal of Ethnopharmacology Preethy C.
In HPVpositive human cervical cancer cells. Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacotherapeutics 3 Unpaprom Y. Chiang Mai Journal of Science 42 Zahir A. Parasitology Research Selvakumar S. Singh I. Anticonvusant potential of Anisomeles malabarica leaves agains experimentally induced convulsions in rats. International Journal of Green Pharmacy4 Ranganathan R. Choudhary N. Yogesh U. Pharmacognosy Journal 2 Post navigation.
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