Asparagus racemosus

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Asparagus racemosus,

n See shatavari.
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Asparagus racemosus is a plant grown in most of the rural areas in India.
The leaf extract of Erythrina indica and root extract of Asparagus racemosus have the potential to be used as an ideal eco-friendly approach for the control of mosquitoes (Govindarajan and Sivakumar, 2015).
Asparagus racemosus attenuates anxiety-like behaviour in experimental animal models.
For treatment of physical weakness, 100g roots of Asparagus racemosus and 25g bark of Ipomoea digitata were dried, powdered, mixed with A poa water and boiled.
Asparagus racemosus (Shatavari) as a galactogogue enhances the lobeo-alveolar growth in mammary gland and effect was attributed to the action of released corticosteroids or an increase in prolactin (Sharma et al.
Plant materials include Acorus calamus (Araceae) stem, Asparagus racemosus (Asparagaceae) root, Aegle marmelos (Rutaceae) leaves and fruits, Cassia fistula (Fabaceae) fruits, Gymnema sylvestre (Asclepiadaceae) leaves, Holarrhena antidysenterica (Apocynaceae) bark, Mimusops elengi (Sapotaceae) bark, Ocimum sanctum (Lamiaceae) leaves, Piper longum (Piperaceae) leaves, Sapindus trifoliatus (Sapindaceae) fruits, Terminalia arjuna (Combretaceae) bark, Terminalia bellerica (Combretaceae) fruits, Terminalia chebula (Combretaceae) fruits and Withania somnifera (Solanaceae) roots.
A series of Sarsapogenin and Diosgenin derived steroidal constituents (1-12), isolated from Solarium xanthocarpum and Asparagus racemosus were screened for their ability to induce cell death and apoptosis of colon carcinoma cells.
10 species: Centella asiatica, Celastrus paniculatus, Convolvulus pluricaulis, Asparagus racemosus, Acorus calamus, Embelia ribes, Tinospora cordifolia, Achyrantes aspera, Terminalia chebula, Saussurea lappa.
On the other hand, for treatment of decreased sperm count and passing of semen with urine, stems of Phyllanthus emblica were combined with fruits of Terminalia chebula, leaves of Mucuna pruriens and roots of Ipomoea mauritiana, Bombax ceiba and Asparagus racemosus for treatment.
Don (Chakraborty and Brantner, 1999), and anti-bacterial properties demonstrated in methanol extract of roots of Asparagus racemosus Willd.
For instance, leucorrhea was treated by him with Zingiber purpureum as well as a combination of Asparagus racemosus, Withania somnifera, and Piper cubeba.