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Preliminary tests and anatomical features of few medicinal weeds

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  • A.l.veerabhadraswamy,  
  • Amaravathi Ds,  
  • Kavana Jm

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Now-a-days there is a renewed interest in drugs of natural origin simply because they are considered as green medicine and are always safe. The advantage of natural drugs is their easy availability, economic and less or no side effects they have been used in traditional medicine practices. In the present investigation some medicinal weeds were analyzed, it includes Centella asiatica, Phyllanthus niruri, Argemone mexicana, Amaranthus viridis, Asclepias currasavica, Cyperus iria and Portulaca oleraceae. All the eight medicinal weeds collected during field visits were subjected to study organoleptic features, macroscopic studies, powder analysis, physicochemical limits and fluorescence analysis, single and double staining techniques.

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