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Joy Sarker 1 , Md. Aerva sanguinolenta, A. Blume is a perennial herb that belongs to the Amaranthaceae family. The plant has widely been used as a traditional medicine for long time.

It is rich in phytochemical constituents such as tannins, flavonoids, terpenoids, sphingolipids, polyphenolic compounds and betacyanins. Moreover, it has significant therapeutic effects, including antihyperglycaemic, hepatoprotective, antioxidant, antimicrobial, anti inflammatory, diuretic and anti-leishmania activities.

The scientific validation is essential for the acceptance of medicinal plants as therapeutic agents against several disorders. Hence, the traditional uses, phytochemical constituents, medicinal significance and pharmacological effects of the plant are discussed in this review. Skip to main content. Pharmacognosy Reviews, , 13, 26, DOI: Published: November Type: Plant Reviews. Authors: Joy Sarker , Md.

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Aerva sanguinolenta Blume

Joy Sarker 1 , Md. Aerva sanguinolenta, A. Blume is a perennial herb that belongs to the Amaranthaceae family. The plant has widely been used as a traditional medicine for long time.

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Achyranthes sanguinolenta L. Achyranthes scandens Roxb. Aerva scandens Roxb. Aerva timorensis Moq. Aerva velutina Moq. Leaves and branches mostly alternate, the lower not rarely and all occasionally opposite; leaves broadly to narrowly ellipitic or elliptic-lanceolate or elliptic-ovate, cuneate to attenuate at the base, acute to acuminate at the apex, densely whitish-canescent on both surfaces rarely green and only thinly hairy , those of the main stem below the inflorescence c.

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