Andrographis paniculata

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Andrographis paniculata,

n See kalmegh.
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These were garlic, Andrographis paniculata (King of bitters); Chilli pepper seeds; lemongrass; Datura stramonium (Thornapple); Bitter kola seeds; tobacco plant; Ocimum gratissimum (Scent leaf); Sansevieria trifasciata (Mother-in-Law tongue); Turnera ulmifolia (Yellow alder); and Vetiveria zizanioides (Poaceae Vetiver).
Background: Andrographis paniculata is extensively used in the Southeast Asia in treating different kinds of diseases.
Relevant studies published between January 1975 and September 2015 were found via PubMed with relevant search terms for IBD and diet, including specifically curcumin, green tea, vitamin D, folic acid, iron, zinc, probiotics, Andrographis paniculata and Boswellia serrata.
We used Herbalog as a screening tool and identified labdane diterpenoids from Andrographis paniculata as leading candidates of FABP4 inhibitors.
Amongst these is an herbal bitter native to India, Andrographis paniculata, whose benefits are promising for glioblastoma patients.
Despite the manifold health benefits of Andrographis paniculata, less information available on its anti-ulcer potential.
The efficacy of Andrographis paniculata for treatment of fever, pain, and malaria has been reviewed (Jarukamjorn and Nemoto, 2008).
Andrographis paniculata has been widely used for the treatment and prevention of common cold especially in the subcontinent (Thisoda et al.
Andrographis paniculata which is also known as king of bitter or biles of earth has been reported to exhibit antimicrobial properties (Parvataneni and Koduru, 2010; Sule et al.
Several medicinal plants, especially Andrographis paniculata, have been reported to exert potent anti-inflammatory activity and reduce MMPs expression [8-10].
This study was conducted to evaluate the effects of different dosages of Andrographis paniculata and Orthosiphon stamineus (OS) in the diet of broiler chickens on their growth performance and carcass characteristics.
Horwitz recommends one or more of the following herbal remedies for colds and flu: Kan Jang (a blend of the herbs Andrographis paniculata and Siberian ginseng), garlic, astragalus, medicinal mushrooms or black elderberry.