Nachiket S Dighe, Shashikant R Pattan, Sunil A. Nirmal, Vipul.V. Dhasade, Shruti G Dake, Madhuri U Shelar, Mangesh B Hole, Vinayak Gaware
Nachiket S Dighe*1, Shashikant R Pattan1, Sunil A. Nirmal 2, Vipul.V. Dhasade2 Shruti G Dake1, Madhuri U Shelar1, Mangesh B Hole1and Vinayak Gaware1
Pravara Rural College Of Pharmacy, Pravaranagar, M.S, India
Volume - 1,
Issue - 3,
Year - 2009
Cassia tora Linn (Leguminosae) is a shrub, extensively used in traditional medicine in tropical and warm substropical countries. C. tora commonly found in waste grounds and secondary forest. The chemical constituents reported from this plant belong to different classes such as glycosides, tannins, flavonoides, steroids, resins, mucilage and sugars. C. tora has number of medicinal uses, many of which have been verified by scientific methods. This review article summarizes the chemistry and pharmacological profile of C. tora.
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Nachiket S Dighe, Shashikant R Pattan, Sunil A. Nirmal , Vipul.V. Dhasade, Shruti G Dake, Madhuri U Shelar, Mangesh B Hole, Vinayak Gaware. A Review on Phytochemical and Pharmacological Profile of Cassia tora Linn. Research J. Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry 2009; 1(3): 173-176.