is perennial climbing shrub, 2 to 5 m high commonly known as "Patha" in Ayurveda.
Before fire there was a well defined stratification, with vines such as Cissampelos pareira
and Odontocarya tamoides, and the shrub Ludwigia tomentosa characterizing the upper stratum, and herbaceous species such as Rhynchospora scutellata, Pityrogramma calomelanos and Echinodorus paniculatus in the lower stratum.
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Ropitas (a) of consisting Quercus infectoria 20 mg, Cissampelos pareira
10 mg, Curcuma longa 50 mg, Mentha piperita 100 mg and Tankankshar (Shuddh) 100 mg per boli.
Menispermaceae Cissampelos climber UH 015 pareira
Assessment of antidiabetic potential of Cissampelos pareira
leaf extract in streptozotocine-nicotinamide induced diabetic mice.
Singh, "Evaluation of anti-inflammatory activity of Cissampelos pareira
root in rats," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.110, no.3, pp.526-531, 2007.
Some of the diuretics are derived from medicinal plants and a vast number of medicinal plants mentioned in ayurvedic system of medicine are known to possess diuretic properties such as Abelmoschus esculentus, Bacopa monnieri, Barbara vulgaris, and Cissampelos pareira
Shanker et al., "Assessment of antidiabetic potential of Cissampelos pareira
leaf extract in streptozotocine-nicotinamide induced diabetic mice," Journal of Pharmacy Research, vol.
Rao, "Toxicological screening of traditional medicine Laghupatha (Cissampelos pareira
) in experimental animals," Journal of Ethnopharmacology, vol.
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