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Talisa Patra (Abies Webbiana) known as Indian silver fir. Abies Webbiana is the scientific name of the talisa patra. It belongs to Pinaceae family. Pinaceae family . Abies webbiana is a coniferous, tall, evergreen tree, grows up to 60 m, with strong branches, stretched horizontally, with young buds covered with short br. Synonym. A. spectabilis (D. Don) Spach. Pinus webbiana Wall. Family. Pinaceae. Habitat. The Himalayas from Kashmir to Assam at altitudes of 1,–4, m.

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Red wine color of the acidic extract changed to deep blackish red on becoming alkaline.

Bishen Singh Mahendra Aabies Singh; Mishri consist of big white, sweet lumps of crystals. Externally the leaves are used in rheumatic and neuralgic pains.

Talispatra (Abies webbiana) Health benefits – bimbima

Pharmacological activity of Abies pindrow. These also indicate the conditions in which we should avoid it. A Chalcone glycoside from Abies pindrow. The decoctions of the leaves are useful orally in cases of cough, phthisis, asthma, abiez bronchitis and catarrh of the bladder and other pulmonary infections. Abies webbiana leaves are single, spirally, arranged all-round the branchlets, flat, narrow, linear, one to three inches long, with narrow short terete petiole.


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Abies Webbiana – Ayurvedic Herb

Mandukaparni Benefits, Uses and Side effects. Therefore, in the present investigation a new aziridine alkaloid C-1, i. The antibiotic and antimicrobial properties of several of aziridine-containing compounds are well known. This is the first experimental report of the isolation of any alkaloid from A. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Aziridines as intermediates eebbiana diversity-oriented syntheses of alkaloids.

The aziridine alkaloid isolated in the present study may serve as an important source of drug prototypes and leads for drug discovery in due course. UV spectrum was obtained with a Shimadzu UV spectrophotometer. Compound 1 C-1 was isolated as white needle-like crystals and showed agies positive response to different alkaloid reagents.

Open webbiiana a separate window. The essential oil obtained from the leaves is used to treat colds, rheumatism and nasal congestion. Indian J Exp Biol. It has demulcent and cooling properties.

The treatise on Indian medicinal plants. They are mainly indicated in infections of upper and lower respiratory tract. Inhibitory effect of Abies webbiana on tumour cells in mice. GhoshDebanjan Sen1 and Sanjib Bhattacharya 2. The wealth of India, raw materials. Footnotes Source of Support: The alkaline mixture was shaken well, strained with muslin cloth, and filtered with Whatman no.


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Needle-like yellowish crystals were obtained, separated by filtration, purified by re-crystallization by methanol to obtain compound 1 C-1, mg, 0. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.

Abies Webbiana

Indian J Nat Prod. Aziridines serve as useful intermediates in synthesis of complex natural products as in webbiaba case of certain alkaloids, kainoids, mesembrine, platynesine, sphingosines, actinomycin, epicapreomycidine, feldamycin, etc.

Pharmacognostic studies on leaves of Abies webbiana grown in Sikkim Himalayan region of India. The present paper therefore attempts to report the isolation and molecular characterization of a new alkaloid present in the leaf of A.

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Previous workers reported that the crude extracts of A. For example, it webbbiana contraceptive and thermogenic properties and therefore should not be used while trying for pregnancy. Save my name, email, and site URL in my browser for next time I post a comment.

Aziridine alkaloids as potential therapeutic agents.