cassia fistula


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cas·si·a fis·tu·la

(kash'ēă fis'tyū-lă),
A plant, the dried ripe fruit of which is used as a laxative.
Synonym(s): purging cassia
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Qualitative phytochemical screening of forest species (a) Cassia fistula Serial no.
Antinociceptive activity of methanol extract of Cassia fistula leaves was examined using previously described procedures of Deb et al.
The results from the study showed that the methanol extract of leaves of Cassia fistula dosedependently and significantly lowered serum glucose levels in glucose-loaded hyperglycemic mice.
Studies are being conducted in our laboratory to identify the constituents of the methanol extract of Cassia fistula responsible for the antinociceptive effect observed in acetic acid-injected mice.
The present study also validates the folk medicinal uses of Cassia fistula for treatment of diabetes and pain.
Wound healing potential of Cassia fistula on infected albino rat model.
The flowers of Cassia fistula have been found to contain antioxidant properties.
Four new compounds from the seeds of Cassia fistula.
Biochemical and histopathological study of Cassia fistula bark extracts in STZ induced diabetic rats.
Insulin mimetic impact of Catechin isolated from Cassia fistula on the glucose oxidation and molecular mechanisms of glucose uptake on Streptozotocin-induced diabetic Wistar rats.
Euphorbiaceae Bich chatu, Chotta 21 Cassia fistula L.