by; G. Renu, Sanjana Julias Thilakar, D. Narasimhan, Centre for Floristic Research, Department of Botany, Madras Christian College, Tambaram. (0 ratings). Common Name: Spiderwort. Leucas cephalotes. Drawing of the plant. Photograph by: Kirtikar, K.R., Basu, B.D., Indian medicinal plants, Plates, vol. 4: t. Objective: Keeping this background in mind this study was carried out on the leaf of Leucas cephalotes, basically a folklore drug also used in Unani Medicine.

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Labellenic acid Octadeca — 5, 6-dienoic acid has been reported in seed oil. Names of Plants in India site. Common species found in India are L.

Send a request for permission. Login eFloras Home Help. Can include ecosystem services. Celhalotes leaves are ovate to lanceolate in shape. Thanks Sir for this upload, I thought this is a common plant, strange to know that this is not represented on the forum.

Used as a culinary herb.

Leucas cephalotes

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Leucas cephalotes Scientific classification Kingdom: The extract administration improved hepatic glycogen content and hexokinase activity, decreased glucosephosphatase activity, blood urea, creatinine contents and decreased lipid peroxidation in diabetic rats. Stars of the month. Two chemical compounds found in the plant are labellenic acid and beta-Sitosterol.


One of the plant’s most common historical uses has been as a treatment for snakebite. Medicinal weed flora of brinjal Solanum melongena L. I hope Id is correct. Link should have ref.

Medicinal weeds of Kharif crops in the plains of Chhattisgarh. The angiosperms diversity was studied in Doaba region of Punjab, India. Powered by the open source Biodiversity Informatics Platform. Related observations Show all. Encyclopedia of Life EOL. Remember me Forgot password? Leaves narrow oblong-elliptic, cuneate, subentire to slightly crenate, up cephalootes 8 x 2 cm, with long and short eglandular hairs denser cephaalotes petiole on lower leaves sub-absent to c. Indian Flora facebook group.

I will share my pics of the same from Panipat and Morni Hills. Occurrence Occurrence Occurrence Records. It is upland rainy xephalotes weed. Phlomis cephalotes Roth Annual.

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Pullaiah, Chintala Prabhakar, B. This page was last edited on 26 Aprilat Threatened Taxa of Telangana State. It includes published material or suggestions from the author or others. Role of eFI in Sc.

The genus Leucas includes about Asiatic and African species. Related Links opens in a new window Treatments in Other Floras www.

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It is collected for use as a leafy vegetable in rural areas. Checklists specific search cephalotess Observed during. Please check the link http: Technology partner Strand Life Sciences.

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Pics taken in Pench National park Leucas aspera I hope. In many parts of India particularly in North India. In other projects Wikispecies. Herbs annual, to 90 cm tall. Of the three doses used, mg kg cephalotess bw dose was found to be more potent in its effects comparable to those of glibenclamide and metformin.

Leucas cephalotes regulates both carbohydrate and lipid metabolism and, improves body antioxidant defense systems in both types of diabetes.

It is collected for use as a leafy vegetable in rural areas. Angiosperm diversity in Doaba region of Punjab, India Desc: The flowers mixed in honey is used as domestic remedy for cough and colds Caius Known or cephalotee benefits of the species for humans, at a direct economic level, as instruments of education, prospecting, eco-tourism, etc.