Paederia foetida

Paederia foetida,

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Amelioration of acetic acid induced colitis by leaves of Paederia foetida has been reported [11]; ethanolic extract of leaves has been found to be inhibitory towards a number of enteric pathogens [66].
Adults of both species were set up in wooden screened sleeve cages, 50 cm x 50 cm x 53 cm, and fed cut vines of the control plant, Paederia foetida, and its invasive relative Paederia cruddasiana Pain.
The objective of the present study was to evaluate the antihyperglycemic potential of Madhuca indica leaves and Paederia foetida stems in oral glucose tolerance tests in glucose-loaded mice.
The stem barks of Aegle marmnelos (voucher # EPL- 106), Saraca asoka (voucher # EPL-624), Paederia foetida (voucher # BNH-25372), and Cassia sophera (voucher # BC-654) were also extracted with absolute ethanol and the obtained yields were 15.
Leaves of Paederia foetida were used by the TMP to treat rheumatic fever.
Paederia foetida Rubiaceae Piles, constriction of nerves leading to distortion in hands or feet, stoppage of urination, paralysis.
These plants were Annona squamosa, Cocos nucifera, Erythrina variegata, Paederia foetida, and Smilax zeylanica.
Leaves esculenta of Paederia foetida are Moench mixed with seeds of Lens esculenta, macerated, and pills made each the size of a gram seed.
Rosaceae Golap phool such Paederia foetida L Rubiaceae Paduri pata such, Paad baduli each Aegle marmelos Rutaceae Bael such (L.
Paederia foetida (Family: Rubiaceae; "Gandhabadali" in Bangla) is one the potential herb in Bangladesh used for various medicinal practices.