cassia fistula

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cas·si·a fis·tu·la

(kash'ēă fis'tyū-lă),
A plant, the dried ripe fruit of which is used as a laxative.
Synonym(s): purging cassia
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Antioxidant activities of phenolic, proanthocyanidin, and flavonoid components in extracts of Cassia fistula.
A striking fact of the evolutionary order of these selected species was that pollen characters related to Dalbergia species were established as porate, and reticulate; those related to Cassia fistula which were psilate, perfolate, oblate-spheroidal to prolate-spheroidal or sub prolate.
The effect of Cassia fistula emulsion on pediatric functional constipation in comparison with mineral oil: a randomized, clinical trial.
Glucose tolerance property of methanol extract of Cassia fistula leaves was determined as per the procedure previously described by Joy and Kuttan (1999) with minor modifications.
Finishing on a medicinal note, both Cassia fistula and Millingtonia hortensis have great value in this area.
Evaluation of hepatoprotective activity of Cassia fistula leaf extract.
Cassia fistula (Serial Number 15) fruits were also used by the TMPs for treatment of jaundice.
Some of the exceptions to this general mode of treatment included a combination of bark of root along with fruit of Cassia fistula being administered for leprosy and tonsillitis, and leaves and stems of Tinospora cordifolia being administered by the Kavirajes as treatment for rheumatism.
Three plants, namely Cassia fistula, Oxalis corniculata, and Typhonium trilobatum are used by the Garos to treat diseases of cattle.