Rauwolfia serpentina

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East Indian climbing shrub with twisted limbs and roots resembling serpents


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The root of Rauwolfia serpentina (snakeroot), the natural source of the alkaloid reserpine, has been a Hindu Ayurvedic remedy since ancient times.
Quantitative determination of reserpine, ajmaline and ajmalicine in Rauwolfia serpentina by reversed-phase high-performance liquid chromatography.
Rauwolfia serpentina is perennial shrub from the Apocynaceae, or dogbane, family.
It is conducted from the above mentioned facts that the probably one branching point occurs per repeating units of the glucomannan, which constituting the non-ionic polysaccharide of Rauwolfia Serpentina Benth.
10 mg iron, 250 mg juice from barks of Saraca asoca, 125 mg of juice from Withania somnifera, 60 mg of Piper cubeba, 60 mg of juice from upper part of stems of Abroma augusta and 50 mg of juice from Rauwolfia serpentina is mixed together.
Reserpine is an indole alkaloid derived from the roots of Rauwolfia serpentina and serves as potent antihypertensive drug (Panda et al.
Roots of Rauwolfia serpentina are combined with roots of Aristolochia indica, and leaves of Andrographis paniculata.
Preparation of ash sample: Approximately 500 mg of the Rauwolfia serpentina aqueous extracts (4 samples) and samples of capsule filled with Rauwolfia serpentina aqueous extract (3 samples) were weighed and heated at 450[degrees]C in porcelain crucibles until all the fumes were disappeared.
In the context of this study, reserpine, an indole alkaloid isolated from Rauwolfia serpentina Benth.
Withania somnifera was used in combination with Abroma augusta, Saraca asoca, Rauwolfia serpentina, and Piper cubeba by the Kaviraj for treatment of irregular menstruation, leucorrhea, and anemia.
Bark of Abroma augusta was used in combination with bark of Saraca asoca and bark or root of Rauwolfia serpentina for treatment of any rise of blood pressure during night.