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A Review on Vitex negundo L. - A Medicinally Important Plant

@inproceedings{Vishwanathan2010ARO,
  title={A Review on Vitex negundo L. - A Medicinally Important Plant},
  author={A S Vishwanathan and R. Basavaraju and Prasanthi Nilayam},
  year={2010}
}
Vitex negundo L. (Verbenaceae) is a hardy plant, flourishing mainly in the Indian subcontinent. All parts of the plant, from root to fruit, possess a multitude of phytochemical secondary metabolites which impart an unprecedented variety of medicinal uses to the plant. It is interesting to note that a single plant species finds use for treatment of a wide spectrum of health disorders in traditional and folk medicine; some of which have been experimentally validated. The plant is a component of a… 

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