Adhatoda vasica

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Adhatoda vasica,

n See vasaka.
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Bromhexine, an effective ingredient of Adhatoda vasica Nees which is an Indian folk expectorant, was first synthesized by Keck in 1963 and came into the market in many countries like Germany, Italy, Britain and France in 1965.
Study on herb-herb interaction potential of Clycyrrlriza glabra with Solatium xan-thocarpum and Adhatoda vasica on mast cell stabilizing activity.
500g leaf of Adhatoda vasica and decoct in 5L of water till it turns into a dark brown mass.
Seasonal variation of alkaloids of Adhatoda vasica and detection of glycosides and N-oxides of vasicine and vasicinone.
Already reported increased N content of Adhatoda vasica plants inoculated with different strains of A.
In the present study, water extracts of selected medicinal plants (Acalypha indica, Adhatoda vasica, Allium cepa, Allium sativum and Aloe vera) were observed to have anti-tuberculosis activity against two MDR M.
Dhuley, "Antitussive Effect of Adhatoda vasica Extract on Mechanical or Chemical Stimulation-Induced Coughing in Animals," J.
respiratory Adhatoda vasica extract tract on mechanical chest pain infections, with coughs, bronchitis, or chemical stimulation- induced coughing in animals (Dhuley, 1999).
Adhatoda vasica is an important bronchodilator and expectorant (Bone 1996).
Adhatoda vasica Nees, Acanthaceae, is well known plant in Ayurveda and Unani medicine.
Lower respiratory allergy (asthma) Curcuma longa, Ginkgo biloba, Adhatoda vasica, Scutellaria baicalensis, Grindelia camporum, immune modulators