Cassia Fistula is a plant in the family fabaceae. It is commonly known as the Golden Shower, Indiana Laburnum, Raja vriksha. It is native to India, the Amazon and Sri lanka and diffused in various.
This review summarizes current scientific findings and suggests areas where further research is needed and also to verify the therapeutic efficacy of Cassia fistula. Plant Description: Cassia fistula is a moderate sized deciduous tree 10 m tall, flowers yellow, leaves alternate, pinnate, 30-40 cm long, with 4-8 pairs of ovate leaflets, 7.5-15 cm long, 2-5 cm broad.
Research Scholor, OPJS Univeristy, Churu Rajesthan, India. leaves and 7 Recent advances on senna as a laxative: A comprehensive review Anil Middha Abstract Cassia angustifolia is an ayurvedic herb more popularly known as senna. It is also known as swarnapatri in Sanskrit. It is an FDA approved nonprescription laxative. Due to its laxative property it is used to clear noscopy. Senna is an.
Cassia fistula Linn is a multipurpose, ornamental, fast growing, medium sized, deciduous tree that is now widely cultivated world wide for its beautiful showy yellow fluorescent flowers. This paper reviews the phenolic antioxidants, metal sorption, medicinal and free radical propensities of plant parts and cell culture extracts. This paper also appraises antimicrobial activities and commercial.
Cassia fistula Linn is known as Golden shower has therapeutics importance in health care since ancient times. Research findings over the last two decade have confirmed the therapeutics consequence of C. fistula in the health management via modulation of biological activities due to the rich source of antioxidant. Several findings based on the animal model have confirmed the pharmacologically.
Cassia fistula is the type species of the Cassia genus. It was described first by Linneaus in 1737 and again in 1747, and confirmed by DeWitt in 1955 ( Irwin and Barneby, 1982 ).The name C. fistula is thought to originate from the ancient Greek name kassia or casia, for an aromatic and fragrant plant, as the species has a long history of herbal use; the pith of its long, woody pods yields a.
Cassia fistula is well known for its laxative and antifungal properties due to anthraquinone compounds in the pods. This study quantitatively analyzed rhein in the C. fistula pod pulp decoction extracts kept under various storage conditions using HPLC. The antifungal activity of the extracts and their hydrolyzed mixture was also evaluated against dermatophytes.
Cassia fistula, commonly known as golden shower, purging cassia, Indian laburnum, or pudding-pipe tree, is a flowering plant in the subfamily, Caesalpiniaceae of the legume family, Fabaceae.The species is native to the Indian subcontinent and adjacent regions of Southeast Asia.It ranges from eastward throughout India to Myanmar and Thailand and south to Sri Lanka and southern Pakistan.
Cassia angustifolia (senna), a native plant of Yemen, Somalia and Arabia and now cultivated in other parts of the world, has a variety of medicinal uses in Unani as well as other traditional systems of medicine. The plant is mainly valued for its cathartic properties and is specially useful in habitual constipation. The laxative principles sennoside A and sennoside B, isolated from leaves and.
The previous Fistula Care project (2007-2013) developed a wealth of resources, educational materials, research reports, and journal articles. These materials have been compiled into an extensive Digital Archive, which includes curricula and training modules for health care workers, evaluation and research reports, journal articles, project and meeting reports, technical briefs, and tools.
Term Paper Help; Blog; Order Now Login. Cassia Fistula Antidiabetic and Wound Healing Activities Problem Statement: The present research is on the “antidiabetic, wound healing and antimicrobial activities of various parts of Cassia fistula. “ Diabetes is one of the most prevalence chronic diseases in the world. This is a chronic incurable condition due to insulin deficiency that affect 10%.
Delonix regia and Cassia fistula seed extracts were evaluated for their antioxidant activity, total phenolics, ash, zinc and fatty acid content. Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy (FTIR) was utilized to assess the chemical functionalities present within the seeds. Antioxidant activity was determined by the 2,2-diphenyl-1-picrylhydrazyl (DPPH) and Trolox equivalent antioxidant capacity.
For the first time, natural seed germination in cultivated population of Cassia fistula Linn. is reported in this paper. Natural seed germination occurred under many mother trees at Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria; while no germination occurred under some other mother trees. Random soil samples were taken in representative areas and analysed.
Aim of the study is to assess the antimicrobial activity Cassia fistula fruit pulp extracts on some bacterial and fungal strains. Hydro alcohol and chloroform extracts of Cassia fistula fruit pulp were evaluated for the potential antimicrobial activity. The antimicrobial activity was determined in both the extracts using the agar disc diffusion method.
Cassia fistula is well known for its laxative and antifungal properties due to anthraquinone compounds in the pods. This study quantitatively analyzed rhein in the C. fistula pod pulp decoction extracts kept under various storage conditions using HPLC. The antifungal activity of the extracts and their hydrolyzed mixture was also evaluated against dermatophytes. The contents of rhein in all.Problem Statement: The present research is on the “antidiabetic, wound healing and antimicrobial activities of various parts of Cassia fistula. Diabetes is one of the most prevalence chronic diseases in the world. This is a chronic incurable condition due to insulin deficiency that affect 10% of the population.Engineering Research. Applied Mechanics and Materials Advances in Science and Technology International Journal of Engineering Research in Africa Advanced Engineering Forum Journal of Biomimetics, Biomaterials and Biomedical Engineering.