Common name: Indian Wormwood, Fleabane, Mugwort • Hindi: नागदोना Nagdona, दवना Davana • Manipuri: লেইবাক ঙৌ Leibakngou. Natural products are the main stay of the alternative system of medicine. Artemisia nilagirica is commonly known as the Indian wormwood. Undershrubs, ca. m tall, aromatic, perennial, fruticose; stems paniculately branched, incanus, pubescent or tomentose. Leaves simple alternate, upper ones.
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A textual diagnostic description of the species that is not necessarily structured. In rural India, over 70 percent of the total population rely on the traditional source of medicine, the Ayurveda [ 1 ]. Checklists specific search options Observed during.
Artemisia nilagirica – Indian Wormwood
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During the recent past, the emphasis on medicinal plant research has augmented all over the world and significant evidences have been collected to demonstrate the immense potential of medicinal plants used in different traditional systems of medicine.
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The total triterpenoid content of the four extracts varied widely from 2. Artemisinin from Artemisia annua and derivatives are a group of compounds with the most rapid action of all current drugs used to treat malaria.
A relation between the essential oil and antifungal activity of plant was reported.
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Acclimatization of tissue-cultured plants. Seasonal migration and reproduction are usually treated separately. Curcumin was also used as positive control for K cells that showed a percentage inhibition of In this study the plant extract was proved significant against the action of Aedesal bopictus [ 35 ].
Artemisia comprises hardy herbaceous plants and shrubswhich are known for the powerful chemical constituents in their essential oils. The plant is found in the hilly regions of India and few other Asian countries. The build-up of toxic iron causes tissue damage and leads to various complications in human beings. The current map showing distribution of species is only indicative.