The basic equation was stark: In Guyana, plant is mixed and boiled with Petiveria alliacea, Passiflora quadrangularis, Coleus amboinicus and black sage for a treatment for 1 Medicinal Plants of the Guianas Guyana, Surinam, French Guiana dysmenorrhoea and a post-menses cleaner. The New Phytologist 64 2: Macerated leaves or leaf-juice may be placed on wounds to stop bleeding.
Family- Nyctaginaceae is given orally during three consecutive menstrual cycles 1,2,3,4,5. Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey: The crude latex is drunk by the French Guiana Wayapi as an antidiarrhoeic and febrifuge.
A reservoir for wild coffee gene pool. Infusion for kidney diseases; in a syrup for whooping cough; infusion or decoction for a diabetes remedy; tubers in a tea used for cleansing the blood.
Latex is applied to the skin to cure itching as an anti-pruritic, by the Guyana Patamona. Int J Biodivers Sci Manage ; 3 3: Mitchell Tapirira marchandii Engl. Seed is astringent, antidiarrhoeic; anthelmintic when roasted.
Decoction of crushed leaves and rasped bark is used as a wash for treatment of athlete's foot by the Surinam Tirio and Wayana. Ash of bark rubbed on skin rashes; rasped bark in a decoction used for treating blood in the stools; rasped inner bark applied to stanch flow of blood; bark and fruit used on ringworm.
People, wild plant use and conservation. Thus, adult education is important to empower them with basic educational skills such as writing and reading. When a person lacks one single micronutrient -or a combination of minerals and vitamins- their immune system is compromised, and infections take hold.
Progressive educational programs resulted in high income jobs and food production rose exponentially. Bruised fruit makes a refreshing drink used to cool the blood of feverish persons.
Moreover, most of its farming area is not arable; not enough fertilizers are available; natural disasters accost the farmers relentlessly resulting in food shortages and famine. Bonafousia angulata Martius ex Muell.herbologia, vol.
14, no. 2, /herb allelopathic inhibition of germination.
and seedling vigor of some selected crops by. achyranthes aspera. l.
Achyranthes aspera (A. aspera) has been used as a brain tonic in folk medicine. Although, ethnic use of medicinal plant has been basis for drug discovery from medicinal plants, but the available in-silico tools can be useful to find novel pharmacological uses of medicinal plants beyond their ethnic cheri197.com: Ph.D.
in Pharmacology, Looking. KUMAR et al.: ETHNOMEDICINAL KNOWLEDGE OF THARU TRIBE OF DEVIPATAN DIVISION Achyranthes aspera L. (Amaranthaceae); Latzeera, Lahchichira Uses: Pills made from leaves and gur (jaggery) are given orally twice a day in intermittent fever. Root is. The thesis was developed with the invaluable guidance of Prof.
Hervé This, US Department of Agriculture found Achyranthes aspera (Achyrantha feuilles rudes), or Tephrosia purpurea, common wasteland weeds of the pea family, to be the best source in. Achyranthes aspera. showed prom-ising results (Table 1).
Solvent crude extracts prepared from. Achyranthes aspera. using solvents of hexane, chloroform and ethyl acetate and their bioactivities were tested at different concentrations against. Henosepilachna vigintioctopunctata. Blood glucose levels of normal and alloxan diabetic rabbits were determined after oral administration of various doses of Achyranthes aspera powdered whole plant and certain aqueous and methanolic extracts.
Oral administration of 2, 3 and 4 g/kg of A. aspera powder produced a significant dose-related hypoglycaemic effect in normal as well as in diabetic rabbits.Download