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CENTELLA ASIATICA (L.): A PLANT WITH IMMENSE MEDICINAL POTENTIAL BUT THREATENED

@inproceedings{Singh2010CENTELLAA,
  title={CENTELLA ASIATICA (L.): A PLANT WITH IMMENSE MEDICINAL POTENTIAL BUT THREATENED},
  author={S. Singh and Asmita Gautam and Abhimanyu Sharma and A. Batra},
  year={2010}
}
  • S. Singh, Asmita Gautam, +1 author A. Batra
  • Published 2010
  • Geography
  • Centella asiatica (L.) is a perennial, creeper, faintly aromatic and a valuable medicinal herb of both Old World and the New World. It is distributed throughout tropical and subtropical regions of World such as India, China, Nepal, Madagascar, Srilanka and Indonesia etc. The requirement of Centella asiatica is now met from natural population, leading to their gradual depletion and thus followed by its placement in the list of threatened species as mentioned by IUCN. Much of the ancient and… CONTINUE READING
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