Eclipta alba

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Eclipta alba,

n See bhangra.
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Studies have shown that natural sources are more reliable than Minoxidil, for example, in male albino rats the use of Eclipta alba resulted in enhanced hair growth activity than minoxidil (Roy et al.
The testa is formed of crushed and thin-walled cells in almost all of the species studied here, but the cellular collapse is more pronounced in seeds of Eclipta alba, Emilia sonchifolia (Figure 3A) and Sigiesbeckia orientalis, except for the located cells in the raphe region.
An alcoholic extract of freshly collected Eclipta alba exhibited dose-dependent (62.
The present study was undertaken to evaluate the possible cerebroprotective and antioxidant effect of hydroalcoholic extract of Eclipta alba against global cerebral ischemia in the rat.
The moderately frequent species Eclipta alba, Amaranthus viridis, Sonchus asper, Kochia indica, Suaeda fruticosa, Euphorbia pilulifera, Boerhavia diffusa, Medicago polymorpha, Melilotus parviflora, Plumbago zeylanica, Cenchrus pennisetiformis, Dicanthium annulatum, Eragrostis poaeoides, Poa annua, Malvestrum tricuspidatum and Solanum nigrum showed AF of 25-30% and RF of 1.
Initially, four plant species (Phyllanthus emblica, Tinospora cordifolia, Eclipta alba, and Cassia occidentalis) were selected for preliminary screening.
Other weed species with fairly high AD of less than 10 were Eclipta alba, Amaranthus viridis, Coronopus didymus, Convolvulus arvensis, Cyperus rotundus, Euphorbia prostrata, Oxalis corniculata, Eragrostis poaeoides and Rumex dentatus (Table 1).
On the other hand, the Kavirajes of Rampal used the plants Andrographis paniculata, Eclipta alba, Cuscuta reflexa, and Tamarindus indica for treatment of indigestion.
The two exceptions, where administration was oral, included oral administration of roots of Eclipta alba, and oral administration of juice obtained from macerated roots of Caesalpinia sappan.
Among other Acanthaceae and Asteraceae family plants, the methanol extract of Eclipta alba and Andrographis paniculata has been shown to be active against Anopheles stephensi with LC(50) values of 150.
Eclipta alba (Family Asteraceae) grows in tropical and subtropical countries at an altitude of up to 2000 meters.