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    • ageratum, ageratum, ageratum, ageratum

      Family: Asteraceae

      Genus: Ageratum

      Species: conyzoides

      Common names: Catinga de Bode, Mexican ageratum, Erva de Sao Joao, Aru batu, Bandotan, Berokan, Rumput tahi ayam, Rompesaraguelo, Wedusan

      Part Used: Plant

    & Actions:
    Analgesic, Antibacterial, Anti-inflammatory, Emetic, Purgative, Decoagulant, Depurative, Febrifuge, Stimulant, Vulnerary
    6,7-dimethoxy-2,2-dimethylchromene, 6-demetoxyageratochromene, 6-vinyl-demethoxy- ageratochromene, Ageratochromene, Alpha-cubebene, Alpha-pinene, Alpha-terpinene, Beta-caryophyllene, Beta-cubebene, Beta-elemene, Beta-farnesene, Beta-myrcene, Beta-pinene, Beta-selinene, Beta-sitosterol, Cadinene, Caryophyllene-oxide, Conyzorigin, Coumarin, Dotriacontene, Endo-borneol, Endo-bornyl-acetate, Ethyl-eugenol, Ethyl-vanillin, Farnesol, Friedelin, HCN, Hexadecenoic-acid, Kaempferol, Kaempferol-3,7-diglucoside, Kaempferol-3-o- rhamnosylglucoside, Linoleic-acid, Quercetin, Quercetin-3,7-diglucoside, Quercetin-3-o-rhamnosylglucoside


    From Medicinal Plants Information of Orissa (India):
    Local Names: Pokasunga (Oriya), Odemadanga (Tribal)
    Description of the Plant: Herb or undershrub. Flower colour white. Flowers in October / November. Fruits in November / December. Frequently occurs in plains and hilly areas.
    Plant Parts Used: Root / Leaf / Whole plant
    Healthcare Properties:
    1. Epilepsy: Squeeze the leaves of Ageratum conyzoides with a pinch of common salt and extract the juice. Put 2 to 3 drops of this juice in both the nostrils once only. (D-4) [OR-2-2-1348]
    2. Wound (cuts, scratches): Grind the leaves of Ageratum conyzoides and extract the juice. Apply this juice on cut areas once only. (R-11) (B-35) (D-3) [OR-2-1-1057] [OR-2-1-1212]
    Other Usages
    1. Evil spirit: Grind the roots of Ageratum conyzoides into paste. Smear the paste all over the body once daily for two days. (B-19) [OR-1-6-703]
    2. Insect repellant: Grind the dried wholeplant of Ageratum conyzoides into powder. Mix the powder with black gram and hill? horse gram in storage to protect it from insect attack. (R-11) [OR-1-4-625]

      Africa Abdomen, Burn, Colic, Collyrium, Dyspepsia, Emetic, Eye Lithontriptic, Purgative Sleeping-Sickness, Sore, Syphilis, Uterus, Wound
      Brazil Tonic, Bitter, Carminative, Febrifuge, Diuretic, Appetite, Flatulence, Intestinal Colic, Rheumatism, Diarrhea, Urinary
      Elsewhere Ague, Craw-Craw, Contraceptive, Emetic, Expectorant, Fever, Hemostat, Infection, Pneumonia, Sore, Stimulant, Sudorific, Wound, Venereal
      Java Fever, Wound
      Malaya Boil, Dysentery, Poultice,
      Phillippines: Vulnerary, Wound
      Trinidad Abortifacient, Cough, Cystitis, Decoagulant, Depurative, Diabetes, Flu, Puerperium
      Venezuela Resolvent, Rheumatism, Tumor

          Clinical References

          1. Tan PH, 1995 Genome organization of ageratum yellow vein virus, a monopartite whitefly-transmitted geminivirus isolated from a common weed. J Gen Virol 76( Pt 12), 2915-2922 (1995)
          2. Abena AA, 1993 Analgesic effects of a raw extract of Ageratum conyzoides in the rat Encephale 19(4), 329-332 (1993)
          3. Saxena RC, 1992 Laboratory assessment of indigenous plant extracts for anti-juvenile hormone activity in Culex quinquefasciatus. Indian J Med Res 95, 204-206 (1992)
          4. Yamamoto LA, 1991 Pharmacological screening of Ageratum conyzoides L. (Mentrasto). Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz 86, 145-147 (1991)
          5. Jaggi KS, 1987 Isolation and identification of pollen allergens of Artemisia scoparia. J Allergy Clin Immunol 80(4), 562-572 (1987)
          6. Gill S, 1978 Flavonoid compounds of the Ageratum conyzoides L. herb Acta Pol Pharm 35(2), 241-243 (1978)
          7. Durodola JI, 1977 Antibacterial property of crude extracts from a herbal wound healing remedy-Ageratum conyzoides, L. Planta Med 32(4), 388-390 (1977)

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