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Chemical investigation of Hygrophila spinosa root exhibited the presence of a greasy mass, lupeol and lupenone in petroleum ether extract. Crude petroleum ether extract, when administered (i.p) to mice, potentiated the sedative-hypnotic action of chlorpromazine, diazepam, pentobarbitone, chlordiazepoxide and protected against strychine-induced convulsions.
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Author(s): U K Mazumder Malaya Gupta S Maiti