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Andrographis Paniculata wall . ex Nees : Its Traditional Use , Secondary Metabolite Production , Phytochemistry , Pharmacology and Products Developed

@inproceedings{Pandey2017AndrographisPW,
  title={Andrographis Paniculata wall . ex Nees : Its Traditional Use , Secondary Metabolite Production , Phytochemistry , Pharmacology and Products Developed},
  author={G. Pandey and C. Rao},
  year={2017}
}
Andrographis paniculata Wall. ex Nees (Kalmegh) (AP) belongs to the family Acanthaceae and has a wide range of medicinal and pharmacological applications. It is one of the nineteen species of the genus Andrographis, which is indigenous to India. The herb is distributed in tropical Asian countries with hot and humid climate; however, it can be cultivated in subtropical regions during the monsoon season[1]. The herb is mentioned in the Indian Pharmacopoeia as a predominant constituent of at least… Expand
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