The Cassia alata extract was orally administered by single dosage of 200 mg per body weight daily for 4 weeks.
Keywords: Oxidative stress, hyperglycemia, Cassia alata, erythrocyte
Investigation of Cassia alata, a plant used in Nigeria in the treatment of skin diseases.
obtained from squeezed leaves of Cassia alata is applied to affected areas with a little salt and paste of clove of Allium sativum.
Quadrat studies revealed high frequency and abundance of some other taxa like Ageratum conyzoides, Cassia alata
, Eichhornia crassipes, Leucaena esculenta, Mallotus philippensis, and Phragmites australis (Table 1).
Caracterizacion y estudio fitoquimico de Cassia alata
Antifungal activity from leaf extract of Cassia alata
Hexane and ethyl acetate extracts of Cassia alata
leaves have been reported to demonstrate antiinflammatory activities; additionally, the chloroform extract of leaves was found to be antimutagenic, while the ethyl acetate extract exhibited hypoglycemic properties (Villasenor et al.
Anti-Cryptococcus activity of combination Cassia alata
e Ocimum sanctum.
Leaves of Cassia alata
was used by the TMP for treatment of stomach pain due to bloating or indigestion (Serial Number 16).
A combination of leaves and roots of Cassia alata
was used by the Chakma tribe; a combination of leaves and flowers of Hibiscus rosa sinensis L.
The two plant species were Cassia alata
and Hyptis suaveolens.
is used by Marma healers to treat skin diseases like ring worm and eczema.
, which is used for skin disorders in Rajshahi is also considered a medicinal plant of dermatologic importance in Nigeria (Ajose, 2007).
is used by the Garos against skin diseases.