Posted by Unknown in: Materia medica Pharmacy null -C. Incorporating Clinically Verified Symptoms Experimentation of drug on apparently healthy human beings, in order to ascertain their sphere of action of human organism, is unique to Homoeopathy. Unlike modern medicine, where preliminary tests of drugs are conducted on animals, Homoeopathy employs systematic experimentation of drugs on human beings for whom they are intended to be used during sickness. This kind of experiment human pharmacology or Hyganthro- pharmacology as proposed by Stephenson , have been continuing ever since Hahnemann proved Peruvian Bark or Cinchona bark on his own person and, as a consequence, developed a number of morbid signs and symptoms. There are more than two thousand drugs listed in homoeopathic literature, but unfortunately, not all of them have been proved systematically.
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Botany Andadasi is closely allied to Cassia occidentalis Balatong-aso , from which it differs by its more shrubby habit, its more numerous, smaller, narrower leaflets, and its short, broader and more turgid pods, which are not usually torulose when mature. Distribution - Occasional weed in settled areas at low and medium altitudes from northern to central Luzon. Constituents - Owes its medicinal activity to the presence of chrysophanic acid, sometimes called rhein.
Methanol extracts yielded carbohydrates, anthraquinone glycosides, alkaloids, flavonoids, steroids and triterpenoids, tannins and phenolics. Major constituents were benzyl alcohol 9. Parts used Roots, bark, seeds, and leaves. Uses Folkloric - Juice of leaves made into plaster with sandal wood or mixed with lime juice, used for ringworm.
Also used for osteoarthritis. The free radical scavenging activity was higher than the control synthetic antioxidant. Results suggest the plant can serve as a source of natural antioxidants and preservative agents with potential applications in the food industries.
The major constituents were palmitic acid Senna sophera showed In brine shrimp cytotoxic assay, it showed Results showed potent hepatoprotective action which may be due to the presence of flavonoids in the extracts. Results showed good antibacterial activity with maximum activity against E.
A methanol extract showed significant diuretic effect with notable increase in rates of water and sodium excretion.
An ethanolic extract showed significant laxative effect in a dose dependent manner. Study also showed C. Both extracts significantly reduced paw edema volume in carrageenan and formalin induced acute paw edema model in rats. An ethanol fraction showed concentration dependent reducing power. Results suggest substance like flavonoids which modulate oxidative stress may contribute to the activities.
All graded concentrations from 0. Results showed significant reduction in elevated glycosylated haemoglobin and increased insulin level. Further study showed the extract stimulated insulin secretion from isolated islets. The antioxidant capacities and anticholinesterase inhibitory activities were less potent than controls. Study of dried leaves for essential oil yielded 29 constituents. Study showed antimicrobial activity against tested strains.
The antibacterial activity may be attributed to oxygenated monoterpenes and sesquiterpenes in the essential oil of leaves. The methanol extract showed maximum blood glucose lowering effect Effect was compared with Glibenclamide which reduced blood glucose by Senna sophera showed significant clot lysis activity at None of the extracts showed cytotoxicity compared to control. Stem extracts in pet ether showed more sensitivity against E.
Study provides insight in traditional treatment of wounds or burns associated with fungal and bacterial infections. In cytotocicity study using brine shrimp lethality assay, all three extracts showed moderate toxic effect.
Leaf extracts showed significant anthelmintic activity. For in vitro studies, colon and hepatocarcinoma cell lines were used. For in vivo studies, chicken egg chorioallantoic membrane CAM assay was used. All extracts of both plants were toxic to tested cell lines with increasing concentrations and time. The ethyl acetate extracts of both plants exhibited greater anti-angiogenesis activity than other extracts. Administration of the extract in diabetic rats caused significant reduction in blood sugar and body weight gain.
Continuous administration for 21 days normalized lipid levels. Antioxidant effect was attributed to decreased lipid peroxidation.
SENNA, CASSIA SOPHERA
Flushes of heat in the ears during vertigo. Itching in the right ear. Pain in the left ear, radiating from throat, on swallowing. Aching in the ears, agg. Blockage of both the nostrils at night. Signs symptoms confirmed during the second proving.
A PROVING OF CASSIA SOPHERA: INTRODUCTION
Хуже холодные напитки. Хуже ходьба. Ф боль в спине, шее и конечностях. Хуже движение; холодный воздух; наклон вперед. Лучше когда ложится; надавливание; в покое; в жару.