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Pharmacological Profile of Pterocarpus marsupium with a note on its Therapeutic Activity: A Review

  title={Pharmacological Profile of Pterocarpus marsupium with a note on its Therapeutic Activity: A Review},
  author={Abhishek and Karunakara Hegde},
Pterocarpus marsupium (Leguminosae), commonly known as Bijayasara or Asana in Bengali, Bijasal in Hindi, Indian kino or Malabar kino in English, is a large deciduous tree widely distributed in the central, Western and Southern regions of India. It is an important medicinal plant of Indian traditional system of medicines and has been used in India for several medicinal purposes. It is a good source of tannins and hence used as powerful astringent, cooling, constipating, anodyne, alternant… 
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