Analgesic and anti-inflammatory activity of Argyreia speciosa root.
In vivo analgesic activity of whole aerial part - Argyreia nervosa.
14 Argyreia Convolvulaceae Bethrok, nervosa Shona pata (Burm.
Such a possibility is supported by the information that druids fantasy may contain morning glory/Ipomoea convolvulaceae, Argyreia nervosa, Acorus calamus ("sweet flag", "calamus"), Siberian ginseng (Eleutherococcus senticosus), and Piper methysticum ("kava", kava-kava") (Dennehy, Tsourounis & Miller 2005; http://www.
These symptoms were also described by some subjects from our study who did not smoke cannabis, and fits of laughter occurring without any apparent reason were reported in recent controlled study investigating effects of Argyreia nervosa (Kremer et al.
Variable adverse effects in subjects after ingestion of equal doses of argyreia nervosa seeds.
One plant, Argyreia speciosa, was used to treat small pox when the disease was prevalent.
Antimicrobial activity of flavanoid sulphates and other fractions of Argyreia speciosa (Burm.
Investigations into the immunomodulatory activity of Argyreia speciosa.
Saussurea lappa (roots), Argyreia speciosa (roots) and Achyranthes aspera (whole plant) were procured from Manilal Lallubhai & Co.
Ahmad M, Jain N (1993) Two new flavone glycosides from the leaves of Argyreia speciosa.
Batra A, Mehta BK (1985) Chromatographic analysis and antibacterial activity of the seed oil of Argyreia speciosa.
speciosa Convolvulaceae Bidda dharok (L.