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The use of plants to promote health care and treatment of various diseases has become accepted rapidly. Currently plant based drugs are researched and formulated in modern framework in new ways of medicine. Thousands of plant species growing throughout the world have medicinal uses, containing active constituents that have a direct pharmacological action on the body. Abutilon indicum (Synonym- Sida indica) is a small shrub which is being medicinally used since ancient times and was a part of therapeutic regimen for a range of maladies. This article provides an overview of key concepts regarding the pharmacognostical and pharmacological profile of Abutilon indicum.
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Author(s): Yogesh Shivhare Priya Singh Sunita Singh Rambabu Tiwari Pramod K Bharti Neeraj Upmanyu
Abutilon indicum, Kakahi, Diuretic activity