Objectives: Hedychium spicatum Buch. Ham. ex (Family Zingiberaceae) is a rhizomatous herb, used in medicines, food, cosmetics and. General Information. Hedychium spicatum is a perennial plant growing about metres tall. The plant is gathered from the wild mainly as a medicinal plant and. This content provides information about the Hedychium spicatum.

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Nanda Medicinal Plants Exports.

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Top of Page Home. Nanda medicinal plants exports, located at Mansari, Kullu H.

The company also enables to cultivate several medicinal herbs in our farms which are of great demand at the local, national and international level. Wild Hedychium Spicatum Herb.

National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases: Effects of plant growth substances on rooting of Hedychium spicatum under different temperature regimes. Cytotoxic sesquiterpenes from Hedychium spicatum: Pharmacological evaluation of extracts of Hedychium spicatum Ham-ex-Smith rhizome. Anti-histaminic, mast cell stabilizing and bronchodilator effect of hydroalcoholic extract of polyherbal compound- Bharangyadi. Genetic diversity and differentiation in Hedychium spicatum, a valuable medicinal plant of Indian Himalaya.


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Phytochemical investigation of labdane diterpenes from the rhizomes of Hedychium spicatum and their cytotoxic activity. New Labdane diterpenes as intestinal alpha-glucosidase inhibitor from antihyperglycemic extract of Hedychium spicatum Ham.

Two new cytotoxic diterpenes from the rhizomes of Hedychium spicatum. In-vitro pediculicidal activity of Hedychium spicatum essential oil. Antimicrobial activity of Hedychium spicatum.

Sesquiterpene alcohols from Hedychium spicatum var.