Argyreia speciosa Sweet (Family — Convolvulaceae) is an important ‘rasayana’ herb used extensively as an adaptogen in the Ayurvedic system of medicine. Vridhadaru has been extensively used to control inflammation of varied nature. Click to more about the various Elephant Creeper benefits & Uses!. The present work on the aerial parts of Argyreia speciosa Sweet ( Convolvulaceae) has led to the isolation of a new lipid ester (1) and four.

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Published by Lalit Mohan Basu; J Biol Chem ; The palisade cells are nearly rectangular, roughly four times longer than broad and are seen in argryeia section usually in a single row only and rarely in two rows. Overall, our data provide evidence that cocktail of natural phytochemicals present in hydroalcoholic extract of A.

Argyreia Decorative fruits and seeds Entheogens Flora of the Indian subcontinent Herbal and fungal hallucinogens Natural sources of lysergamides Medicinal plants of Asia Plants described in Curr Drug Targets ; With the availability of primary information, further studies can be carried out such as clinical evaluation, phyto-analytical studies, toxicity evaluation.


Coumarin glycoside from Argyreia speciosa roots. The hydroalcoholic extract of A. J Res Indian Med. Sweet Convolvulus nervosus Burm.

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The alcoholic extract of the leaves revealed antibacterial activity against Staphylococcus aureus but was inactive against Escherichia coli.

Sometimes the basal cell may be divided into two. The roots of Argyreia speciosa are varying in size as well as specisa thickness. Mixed with vinegar, the sap is rubbed over the body to reduce obesity.

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Analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity of Argyreia speciosa root. Galani, Department of Pharmacology, A. Screening of Indian plants for biological activity: The seed extract was devoid of antibacterial, antifungal, antiprotozoal, antiviral and anticancer activities.

Other Sellers on Amazon. These findings suggested the use of seeds for edible purpose. In this review a comprehensive account of arggyreia morphology, phytochemical constituents and pharmacological activities are included in view of the many recent findings of importance on this plant. Rani A, Shukla YN.

Obesity-induced adipokine imbalance impairs mouse pulmonary vascular endothelial function and primes the lung specciosa injury.


Hexagonal cortical cells are smaller towards the periphery and the stele but are larger in the central region. World Allergy Organ J ;5: Central nervous system activity of Argyreia speciosa roots in mice.

J Sci Ind Res. Argyeria 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. The aqueous extract was inactive against both the bacteria.

Ergolines in the seeds of some Indian Convolvulaceae. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Argyreia nervosa.

The seed extract was also devoid of the effects on respiration, preganglionically speciosq nictitating membrane and central nervous system in experimental animals.

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Hypodermis or any mechanical tissues are completely lacking. The compounds also revealed phytotoxicity in terms of root growth inhibition of germinating wheat seeds.

There are broad patches of phloem parenchyma. A tertiary cambium arises in the secondary phloem and gives rise to tertiary phloem and tertiary xylem seciosa. Indian J Pharmacol ; Antidiarrhoeal activity of Argyreia speciosa flower: