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Medicinal Values of Tanner ’ s Cassia ( Cassia auriculata Linn . ) – A Review Dr .

  title={Medicinal Values of Tanner ’ s Cassia ( Cassia auriculata Linn . ) – A Review Dr .},
  author={K. S. Dahiya},
Cassia auriculata Linn. Commonly known as Tanner’s Cassia is a wild and perennial plant. Ecologically it tolerates a wide range of climate and temperature. In Aryurveda, Naturopathy and Herbal therapy , this plant and its parts are being used traditionally for cure of various human diseases viz. liver toxicity, fungal and microbial infection, inflammation, pyrexia, constipation, conjunctivitis, skin diseases, rheumatism,etc. The medicinal properties of C. auriculata are due to presence of… Expand


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