Gmelina arborea is an important medicinal plant indicated in the traditional Indian medicine. phytochemical constituents of Gmelina arborea leaves using standard methods. The phytochemical analysis revealed the concentrations (mg/g). Gmelina arborea an important medicinal plant is one of the most widely cultivated species of the family Verbenaceae. It is highly valued from time imm.
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The diversity of naturally occurring organobromine compounds.
Mediators of the inflammation induced in the rat paw by carrageenin. Preparation of methanol extract Soxhlet extraction technique was used to prepare ME of bark of G.
Carrageenan-induced mouse paw oedema is biphasic, age-weight dependent and displays differential nitric oxide cyclooxygenase-2 expression. Toxicologcal studies on aqueous extract of Gmelina arborea in rodents, Pharm. The results obtained in the present study strongly suggest that G.
Juvenile selection of Gmelina arborea clones in the Philippines, New Forest. Antiinflammatory effect of petroleum ether extract of leaves of Litchi chinensis Gaertn. Two new keto-lignans from Gmelina arborea. Review of flora of anti-Diabetic plants of Puducherry Ut. How to cite item.
Crude extracts of the plant are reported to possess wound-healing properties,[ 14 ] antidiarrheal activity,[ 15 ] antioxidant activity,[ 16 ] phytochemustry activity,[ 1718 ] and antiulcer activity.
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All the experimental protocols were approved by the Institutional Animal Ethics Committee IAEC constituted as per the norms of committee for the purpose of control and supervision of experiments on animals, India.
Bark and fruit extracts of Gmelina arborea protect liver cells from oxidative stress. Drug discovery and evaluation: Kulkarni Y, Addepalli V. Resorcinol derivatives from Gmelina arborea, Cellul Chem Technol. Kawamura F, Ohara S. The effect of aqueous and ME of G. Gmelina arboreais the most widely cultivated species of the family Verbenaceae having potential medicinal values. However, little information is available on the effects of G. The roots, leaves, flowers, fruits and bark are used for treating different ailments in traditional medicine.
The number of muscular contractions was counted over a period of 20 min after acetic acid injection.
The ability of the extracts to prolong the reaction latency suggests that the extracts have a central analgesic activity. Kulkarni YA, Veeranjaneyulu A. Statistical analysis The differences among experimental and control groups were determined using the statistical software Sigmastat Ver. Effect of aqueous and methonolic extracts of Gmelina arborea on carrageenan induced rat paw edema.
An apiose-containing Coumarin glycoside from Gmelina arborea root. Indian Materia Medica; pp. The structures of lignans from Gmelina arborea. In hot plate test, the AE and ME showed the maximum response of 8. Significant differences between the experimental groups were assessed by analysis of variance.
The present article is aimed to provide information on recent advances and new foundations and direction for further exploring G. Berlin, Heidelberg, New York: Evaluation of laxative and antipyretic activity of various root extracts of gmelina arborea roxb.
Evaluation of five medicinal plants used in diarrhoeal treatment in Nigeria. The data represent the total number of writhes observed during 20 min and is expressed as writhing numbers. Anthelmintic activity of Gmelina arborea roxb.
Arational approach for quality assessment of Indian medicinal plant Gambhari Gmelina arborea. Chapman and Hall; Iridoid glycosides from Gmelina arborea. Kulkarni Y, Addepalli V.
Acetic acid for analgesic screening.