CENTELLA ASIATICA (Gotu Kola - Bramhi)

Gohil, et al.: Review on Centella asiatica

Pennywort or Gotu Kola (Centella asiatica) Plant of the Gods
Dey was with Centella asiatica.
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hola, no sabia la cantidad de propiedades que contiene la centella asiatica la voy a consumir
Centella asiatica eat properly.
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Brahmi; Centella; Centella asiatica; Hydrocotyle; Indian pennywort; Luei gong gen; Marsh pennywort

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  • Review
  • TAG : The aerial parts of centella asiatica tend to contain:
  • Suguna, L., Sivakumar, P., and Chandrakasan, G. Effects of Centella asiatica extract on dermal wound healing in rats. Indian J Exp Biol 1996;34(12):1208-1211. View abstract.

    Sunilkumar, Parameshwaraiah, S., and Shivakumar, H. G. Evaluation of topical formulations of aqueous extract of Centella asiatica on open wounds in rats. Indian J Exp Biol. 1998;36(6):569-572. View abstract.

  • Sarma DNK, Khosa RL, Chansauria JPN, and et al. Antistress activity of Tinospora cordifolia and Centella asiatica extracts. Phytotherapy Research 1996;10(2):181-189.

    Tenni, R., Zanaboni, G., De Agostini, M. P., Rossi, A., Bendotti, C., and Cetta, G. Effect of the triterpenoid fraction of Centella asiatica on macromolecules of the connective matrix in human skin fibroblast cultures. Ital.J Biochem 1988;37(2):69-77. View abstract.

    CENTELLA ASIATICA (Gotu Kola - Bramhi) By: Jayashree
    Calcutta, India
    October 3 2009

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    Ramaswamy, A. S. and et al. Pharmacological studies on Centella asiatica Linn. (Brahma manduki) (N. O. Umbelliferae). J Res Indian Med 1970;4:160-175.

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Maquart FX, Chastang F, Simeon A, et al. Triterpenes from Centella asiatica stimulate extracellular matrix accumulation in rat experimental wounds. Eur J Dermatol 1999;9:289-96. View abstract.