Cassia fistula


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deciduous or semi-evergreen tree having scented sepia to yellow flowers in drooping racemes and pods whose pulp is used medicinally

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Young and older leaves of six indigenous plants viz., amaltas (Cassia fistula), datura (Datura alba), neem (Azadirachta indica), niazboo (Ocimum basilicum), yellow kaner (Thevetia peruviana) and safeda (Eucalyptus camaldulensis) were collected from Lahore with no pesticide treatments applied.
Cassia fistula, also known as golden shower tree, is a flowering plant that belongs to the Caesalpiniaceae family.
The Indian laburnum (Cassia fistula L.) fruit: an analysis of its chemical constituents.
The Vishu Kani consists of rice, golden cucumber, vegetables, fruits, Konna flowers (Cassia fistula) that usually bloom during the period, coconut, gold, coins, holy books and a mirror (ideally the Aranmula mirror).
The present work deals with the investigation on Cassia fistula (Linn.), Cassia occidentalis (Linn.) and Dalbergia sissoo (Linn.) based upon multiple parameters including anatomy (LM and SEM), palynology (LM and SEM), UV and IR analysis, organoleptography, fluorescence, solubility and phytochemical analysis.
In some cases, a plant part was directly administered, like the oral administration of seeds of Cassia fistula with milk for treatment of constipation in children.
Anti-inflammatory and antioxidant activities of Cassia fistula Linn bark extracts.
In our previous study, we have reported the methanol extract of Cassia fistula exhibited [LC.sub.50] values of 17.97 and 20.57 mg/l against An.
Besides Cassia fistula, other plants belonging to the same genus have been reported to have diverse pharmacological activities, including antidiabetic and antinociceptive activities.
This reviewer finds it surprising that despite the diversity of themes on which Rais Bano has written, both Muzaffar A Ghaffar and Professor Dr Zaheeruddin only found knowledge of flowers and their fragrance worth appreciating ('Cassia Fistula', page 53, and 'The Floral Exhibition is on', page 20).
On the same development certain trees appeared to be having a hard time getting established, Cassia fistula, the Indian laburnum, in particular.