Analgesic , anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic activity of Cassia uniflora Mill

@inproceedings{Chaudhari2012AnalgesicA,
  title={Analgesic , anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritic activity of Cassia uniflora Mill},
  author={Sheetal S Chaudhari and Sanjay Chaudhari and Machindra J Chavan},
  year={2012}
}
Cassia uniflora (C. uniflora) (Mill.) is an herb belonging to family Caesalpiniaceae[1]. The young leaves of the plant eaten as vegetables. The dried stems can be used as fuel. A poultice of the leaves is applied to wounds and the extract is reported to heal specific types of eczema. The roots are used to combat dropsy. The C. uniflora has not been evaluated for its chemical composition but it was reported to contain protein, polyphenols and alpha galactosidase[2]. Traditionally it is reported… CONTINUE READING
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