Kuo SC, Chen SC, Chen LH, Wu JB, Wang JP, Teng CM (1995) Potent antiplatelet, anti-inflammatory and antiallergic isoflavanquinones from the roots of Abrus
precatorius PEP-103, PEP-104, Abridin, Dry extract from seeds Steroidal fraction.
An aqueous extract of Abrus
precatorius leaves (400-1600 mg/kg p.o.) was administered to rats for 18 days.
The third ranked compound, abrine from the herb Abrus
precatorius, has an immune-toxin  and can induce apoptosis [64,65].
Cuscutaceae Shorno lota Cuscuta verrucosa Sweet English: Giant dodder 15 Abrus
precatorius L., syn.
An example of a complex decoction was the use of leaves of Abrus
precatorius, which was boiled with leaves of Ocimum sanctum in a cup of water, till the volume was reduced by half.
While Kaviraj 1 treated diabetes with a combination of Ficus racemosa, Allium cepa, Allium sativum, Zingiber officinale, Capsicum frutescens, and Brassica napus or alternately, only with Abrus
precatorius, Kaviraj 2 treated the same disease with a combination of Glycosmis pentaphylla and Sida rhombifolia, and Kaviraj 3 treated diabetes with a combination of Tinospora cordifolia and Curcuma longa.
Euphorbiaceae Biral kandani 16 Phyllanthus acidus Euphorbiaceae Royal, (L.) Skeels Ar-boroi 17 Abrus
A single plant part may be used to treat more than one ailment as was the case with Abrus
precatorius, Pterocarpus marsupium, Tinospora cordifolia etc.
List of plant species used for the traditional management of BPH included Abrus
precatorius (Oju ologbo); Adenopus breviflorus (Tagiri); alligator Pepper (Atare); pineapple; bamboo leaves; giant milkweed (Bomubomu); chilli pepper; pawpaw; African star apple (Agbalumo); lime; coconut; kola nut; sandpaper leaf (Epin) and bitter kola.
Analysis of phytochemical constituents and pharmacological properties of Abrus