Adenanthera pavonina

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Noun1.Adenanthera pavonina - East Indian tree with racemes of yellow-white flowers; cultivated as an ornamental
Adenanthera, genus Adenanthera - small genus of trees of tropical Asia and Pacific areas
tree - a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms
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Justicia mouth gendarussa, Lawsonia inermis Excessive Justicia gendarussa bleeding or irregular bleeding during menstruation, pain during menstruation, irregular menstruation Leucorrhea (shada shrub, shet prodor) Constipation, Ricinus communis ensure proper bowel movement Dysentery, Terminalia chebula chronic Jatropha curcas, dysentery, Jatropha gossypifolia, blood dysentery Terminalia chebula Indigestion Gastric troubles, Curcuma caesia, acidity, Eclipta prostrata, stomach pain, Ricinus communis bloating Pitto (pain in the middle abdomen) Hookworm infections Head Annona reticulata lice Eye disorders Adenanthera pavonina, (conjunctivitis, Jatropha gossypifolia redness in eyes, pain in eyes) Teeth problems Jatropha curcas, (pyorrhea, Kalanchoe sp.
tetrodonta (Darwin stringybark), Syncarpia glomulifera (turpentine) Brazil Adenanthera pavonina Australia, Africa, Asia, (circassian seed), Cassia Caribbean, Central America, grandis (carao), Erythrinia Fiji, New Zealand, South velutina (coral tree), E.
Wajo Adenanthera pavonina, a hardwood tree with bright red seeds and edible leaves (field indetification, 2008) * Scientific indentifications are mostly drawn form Verheijen 1984 and 1990.
2008) constataram que o maior comprimento da parte aerea de plantulas de Adenanthera pavonina L.
Tratamentos para quebra de dormencia, temperaturas e substratos na germinacao de Adenanthera pavonina L.
As a part of continuous studies on medicinal plants Adenanthera pavonina (Family: Fabaceae) was collected and identified.
The results of the present investigation clearly indicate that the antibacterial, antifungal, analgesic and antioxidant activity vary with the different extracts of the bark powder of Adenanthera pavonina \L.
For instance, the Kavirajes of South Sahapur, Noakhali district used a mixture of Santalum album, Tinospora sinensis, and Adenanthera pavonina for treatment of tuberculosis, debility (weakness), as well as burning sensations during urination.