Cassia occidentalis

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Related to Cassia occidentalis: Senna occidentalis
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Noun1.Cassia occidentalis - very leafy malodorous tropical weedy shrub whose seeds have been used as an adulterant for coffeeCassia occidentalis - very leafy malodorous tropical weedy shrub whose seeds have been used as an adulterant for coffee; sometimes classified in genus Cassia
senna - any of various plants of the genus Senna having pinnately compound leaves and showy usually yellow flowers; many are used medicinally
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Hepatoprotective activity of leaves of Cassia occidentalis against paracetamol and ethyl alcohol intoxication in rats.
Se reportan dos episodios espontaneos de intoxicacion con Cassia occidentalis en bovinos de las provincias de Corrientes y Chaco, Argentina.
Hence, the present study aim to evaluate the effect of methanolic extracts of Cocculus hirsutus, Cassia occidentalis and Datura metel against the malarial parasites, Plasmodium berghei and malarial vector, Anopheles stephensi.
The aqueous extract of Cassia occidentalis has been shown to exhibit significant antihyperglycemic activity in normal and alloxan-induced diabetic rats (Verma et al.
Structural characterization of galactomannan from Cassia occidentalis seeds.
Cassia occidentalis is an annual shrub found in many countries including India.
Cassia occidentalis is a tropical annual herb found throughout India up to an altitude of 1200 metres.
Kulubung tambang -- GRAMINAE Cymbopogon nardus Sogumau tandaa Serai wangi GRAMINAE Dinochloa scandenis Wadan Root HYPERICACEAE Cratoxylum sumatranum Morugion -- LABIATAE Ocinum sanctum Bawing kuda Selasih LAURACEAE Litsea odorifera Tandas Padang mawas LAURACEAE Cinnamomum iners Magkapur Teja LEGUMINOSAE Derris elliptica Limpodos/tubo/gam Tuba ut LEGUMINOSAE Cassia occidentalis Kurubawa manuk -- LEGUMINOSAE Cassia alata Kurubawai Gelenggang LEGUMINOSAE Dalbergia sp.
In 2007, we began asking parents about history of consumption of Cassia occidentalis beans by the children and got positive history in 30 (40.
Each Liv-52 tablet contains extracts of Capparis spinosa 65 mg, Cichorium intybus 65 mg, Solanum nigrum 32 mg, Cassia occidentalis 16 mg, T.
4%) cases gave a definite history of their children eating beans of Cassia occidentalis weed before falling ill, compared with 3 (5.