Evolvulus alsinoides is a very variable, perennial plant with slender, more or less branched stems that can become somewhat woody. A number of stems Convolvulus alsinoides L. Synonym. Convolvulus fugacissimus Hochst. ex Choisy. Synonym. Convolvulus linifolius L. Synonym. Evolvulus angustifolius Roxb. Key Words: Evolvulus alsinoides, Pharmacology, Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry. INTRODUCTION. Medicinal plants have been used indigenously in the.
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Evolvulus alsinoides (L.) L. | Species | India Biodiversity Portal
Last updated on Oct 12, Flower In axillary, solitary; blue with white throat. Found in open areas, scrub jungles and exposed slopes from plains evolvylus m. Evolvulus alsinoides is one of four herbs referred to as Shankhapushpi and is traditionally used in Ayurveda for nootropic and psychotropic effects.
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It appears to enhance learning in otherwise normal rodents with comparable potency to Piracetam. Evolvulus alsinoidesthe slender dwarf morning-gloryis flowering plant from the family Convolvulaceae.
In any event, the source must be explicitly quoted. Vitexin  and 4-methoxyvitexin . Evolvoids A and B  which appear to be caffeic acid bound to two 2-methyl-1,2,3,4-butanetetrol molecules and two caffeic acid molecules found to glucose respectively . Does not include altitudinal distribution, which is covered under Habitat. All factual claims are followed by specifically-applicable references. History Research analysis by Kamal Patel and verified by the Examine.
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However, benefits to svolvulus not specific to humans are best treated under Risk statement what happens when the organism is removed. The mechanisms and exact bioactives underlying these benefits are not currently known, but seem to be localized more in the ethanolic extract and are thought to be alkaloids.
Evolvosides C, D, and E  which are triglycosides of kaempferol. A number of varieties and subspecies are recognised. Retrieved from ” https: Articles with ‘species’ microformats Taxonbars with 20—24 taxon IDs Taxonbars with automatically added basionyms.
User Group specific search options Title. Aosinoides abundant in the hills upto m. Evolvulus Medicinal plants of Asia Flora of Australia.
Send a request for permission. The angiosperms diversity was studied in Doaba region of Punjab, India. SubSpecies Varieties Races Evolvulus alsinoides var.
Evolvulus alsinoides (Convolvulaceae): an American herb in the Old World.
This page is regularly updated, to alsinoidss the most recently available clinical trial evidence. Evolvulus alsinoides is one of a few herbs to bear the name of either shankhapushpi or vishnukranti in Sanskrit as the terms refer to herbs introduced from other regions   with Clitoria ternateaConvolvulus pluricaulisand Canscora decussata also being referred to as Shankhapushpi.
Evolvulus alsinoides of the family Convolvulaceae  is a herb from Ayurveda with some other asian usage for the treamtent of fever, cough, and cold usually administered with Holy Basil  as well as for venereal diseases, azoospermia, asthma and bronchitis leaves are smoked adenitis and dementia.
Can include ecosystem services. Or, Login with your user account:. It has a natural pantropical distribution encompassing tropical and warm-temperate regions of Australasia, Indomalaya, Polynesia, Sub-Saharan Africa and the Americas.
These dosages for an ethanolic extract of evolvulus alsinoides are but estimates based on the animal research.
Chemical compounds isolated from E.
User specific search options User. Plant species composition on two rock outcrops from the northern Western Ghats, Maharashtra, India Desc: Best supported on Google Chrome, Firefox 3. Remember me Forgot password? Evolvulus pudicus Hance ex Walpers. Evolvine alkaloid, structure currently unknown  .
Tropical and subtropical regions of the world. Evolvulus alsinoides Scientific classification Kingdom: May also be referred to include alsinpides.