PainKill Plasters' full list of ingredients include Reticulate millettia
, saline cistanche, davallia mariesii, Chain fern, wild celery, safflower, spignet, corydalis and borneol.
Ayub, Isolation, Spectroscopic and Density Functional Theory Studies of 7-(4-methoxyphenyl)-9H-furo[2,3-f]chromen-9-one: A New Flavonoid from the Bark of Millettia
ovalifolia, Spectrochim Acta.
The most popular fishing gears used for fishing are the seed of Millettia
ferruginea (in Amharic called Birbira) and barks of Balanites aegyptiaca (locally called Bedeno).
The medicinal plants that can be made into powder are as follows: Piper nigrum, Aerva lanata, Centella asiatica, Millettia
pinnata, Boerhavia diffusa, Phyllanthus emblica, Terminalia bellirica, Terminalia chebula, and Nymphaea alba.
Hongmu is the general name of a series of precious commercial wood products coming from five genera, including Peterocarpus, Dalbergia, Diospyros, Millettia
, and Cassia (Standardization Administration of P.
Green Oil Plantations Limited sold overseas plots of land planted with tropical millettia
pinnata trees, which produce an ecological energy source.
Holotype: MOZAMBIQUE: 1[male] 'Mozambique Catapu,/Mphingwe Camp [18[degrees]02'28"S 35[degrees]11'59"E], 32 km/S of Zambezi river; dry Millettia
lowland forest;/GBP Davies; January 2007' (NMSA).
Isoflavonoids isolated from Millettia
taiwaniana such as furowanin A, warangalone, isoerysenegalensein E, and euchrenone blO also showed significant cytotoxicity against HL-60 cells (Ito et al.
Tuba' is a member of the Leguminosae and Fabaceae family which comprises 200 genera and 68 species including 21 species of Tephrosia, 12 of Derris, 12 of Lonchocarpus, 10 of Millettia
and several of Mundula .
In our ongoing search for bioactive compounds from medicinal plants [6-10], we have been studying the stem bark of Millettia
macrophylla, a Cameroonian medicinal plant used in the treatment of menopausal symptoms.
One important market force refers to domestic consumer demand for (i) reproduction of Ming and Ching dynasty furniture, for which the more expensive and increasingly scarce rosewood species traditionally used are being substituted with African species (primarily Swartzia madagascariensis, Combretum imberbe, Millettia
stuhlmannii and Dalbergia melanoxylon), (ii) solid wood flooring (primarily Millettia
stuhlmannii and Afzelia quanzensis), (iii) veneers for laminated flooring, and (iv) carvings (Mackenzie 2006).
2003) reported that the chloroform extract of millettia
dura showed high activity (LC50 =3.