Tuesday, January 10, 2017

Achyranthes aspera, Prickly chaff flower, Nayurivi, Uttareni, Aghada, Cỏ xước

Achyranthes aspera L.
Family: Amaranthaceae

Synonyms: Achyranthes acuminata E.Mey. ex Cooke & Wright, Achyranthes aspera var. aspera, Achyranthes aspera var. australis (R.Br.) Domin, Achyranthes aspera var. canescens (R.Br.) Drake, Achyranthes aspera var. obtusifolia Suess., Achyranthes aspera var. simplex Millsp., Achyranthes aspera f. subgrandifolia Suess., Achyranthes asperoides Pires de Lima, Achyranthes australis R.Br., Achyranthes canescens R.Br., Achyranthes daito-insularis Tawada, Achyranthes ellipticifolia Stokes, Achyranthes fruticosa Desf., Achyranthes grandifolia Moq., Achyranthes obovata Peter, Achyranthes obovatifolia Stokes, Achyranthes okinawensis Tawada, Achyranthes robusta C.H.Wright, Achyranthes sicula Roth, Achyranthes tenuifolia Steud.  , Cadelaria punctata Raf., Centrostachys aspera (L.) Standl., Centrostachys australis (R.Br.) Standl., Centrostachys canescens (R.Br.) Standl., Centrostachys grandifolia (Moq.) Standl., Centrostachys indica (L.) Standl., Stachyarpagophora aspera (L.) M.Gómez

  • English: Prickly chaff flower, Rough chaff
  • Afrikaans: Grootklits, langklitskafblom
  • Arabian: Atkumah
  • Assam: Apang
  • Bengali: Apang
  • Chinese: 土牛膝
  • Finnish: Otatähkähäntä
  • French: Achyranth a feuilles rudes, collant, gendarme, Herbe à Bengalis
  • Gujarati: Safed aghedo, Anghadi, Andhedi, Agheda, આઘારો Agharo
  • Hindi: अपामार्ग
  • Indonesian: Daun sangketan
  • Kannada: ಉತ್ತರಾಣಿ
  • Malayalam: കടലാടി Katalaati Valiyakadaladi, Kadaladi,
  • Marathi: Aghada,
  • Punjabi: Kutri
  • Sanskrit: अपामार्ग apamarga
  • Sinhalese: Gaskaralheba, Karal seba
  • Spanish: Mosotillo, rabo de gato, rabo de chango, rabo de raton
  • Tamil: நாயுருவி Nayurivi
  • Telugu: ఉత్తరేణి uttareni
  • Vietnamese: Cỏ xước

Description: Herbs perennial, 20-120 cm tall. Stem quadrangular, pubescent; nodes slightly inflated; branches opposite. Petiole 0.5-1.5 cm, somewhat hairy; leaf blade broadly obovate or elliptic-oblong, 1.5-7 × 0.4-4 mm, papery, both surfaces hairy, base cuneate or rounded, margin entire or undulate, apex obtuse, with a mucro. Spikes terminal, erect, reflexed after anthesis, 10-30 cm; rachis angular, stout, densely hairy. Bracts lanceolate, 3-4 mm, apex acuminate; bracteoles spiny, shiny, 2.5-4.5 mm, rigid, base 2-winged; wings 1.5-2 mm, membranous, margin entire. Tepals lanceolate, 3.5-5 mm, with a vein. Stamens 2.5-3.5 mm; pseudostaminodes truncate or crenate at apex, fimbriate and ciliate. Utricles ovoid, 2.5-3 mm. Seeds brown, ovoid, ca. 2 mm. Fl. Jun-Aug, fr. Oct. 2n = 42, 48, 84, 96.Used in Ayurveda, Unani and Sidha. Achyranthes aspera causes  a  dose-related  transient  cardiovascular  toxicity. Plant pungent, purgative, diuretic, used in dropsy, piles, colic, snakebite, boils and skin eruptions; whole plant decoction in rheumatism, muscular pains and arthritis; plant decoction to cure coughs; ash of the plant taken for asthma, applied on the body for the treatment of jaundice. Decoction of leaves applied externally for cuts, insect bites and wounds; leaves crushed with leaves and roots of Machilus bombycina and the juice is applied on pimples; a paste prepared with lime and leaf of nonflowering plants is applied to cure eczema; leaf infusion for the treatment of snakebite; leaves pounded, soaked in water, boiled and the liquid drunk to treat venereal diseases and also to treat colds in children; leaves juice given in diarrhea, as eye drops in hysteria. Root extract aphrodisiac and sex tonic, sedative, given for stomatitis, spermatorrhea, sterility, impotence, dystocia; root powder taken orally to check discharge of sperm with urine and to increase sexual potentiality, also given for fever and epilepsy; roots made into a paste with rhizomes of Chrysopogon aciculatus and applied on foul ulcers; powdered roots, mixed with crushed snails, applied to cure leprosy; roots ground with those of Ziziphus xylopyrus and the paste given after delivery as an antiseptic, tonic, postpartum remedy; an infusion astringent, for diarrhea, dysentery; a decoction in the oral treatment of leprosy, also given to women after menstrual period for the control of fertility, used as an abortifacient; roots paste given for easy delivery and as antidote, anti-venom, also applied in painful scorpion stings; pounded roots for malaria; crushed roots applied on wounds. Powdered roasted seeds mixed with honey given for cough; seed powder given in piles, also smoked for respiratory disease. Used in religion and magicoreligious beliefs as magical cure for jaundice, intermittent fever and for safe delivery of pregnant mother; plant infusion given as bath in sickness which is believed to be due to ghost; root tied on head and hair of pregnant woman to induce easy and normal delivery; smelling fresh roots is believed to hasten delivery; ingredient of Patra pooja in different religious pooja ceremonies, in Ganesh-pooja; dried inflorescence used by orthodox Hindus in sacred pyres; roots worn on the right arm for males and left arm for females to cure periodic fevers, string should be folded seven times and twined. Veterinary medicine, whole plant given to cows after delivery for taking out the remaining portion of placenta; whole plant juice given as diuretic; plant juice applied for maggot wounds; spikes made into a paste and applied on boils, ulcers and wounds; leaves ground with saffron used as eye drops for opacity of cornea; crushed leaves juice applied on the wounds, burns, on maggot wounds; roots extract given in insect bite. [CRC World Dictionary of Medicinal and Poisonous Plants]


Achyranthes aspera is used in rural Ethiopia for fertility control. [Ethnomedicinal Plants Revitalization of Traditional Knowledge of Herbs] 

The root is used as a hemostatic agent to stop wound bleeding. A decoction of the roots or stem bark is administered to children for constipation. The leaves, when fire cured like tobacco, are used as an embrocation for sprains and headache. When boiled, the steam is inhaled for the treatment of severe catarrh and colds. The decoction of the root bark is taken as a remedy for venereal diseases. A poultice made from the ash of the burned leaves is applied on boils and as an ointment for scabies; the ash mixed with honey is administered for coughs. The root infusion is used as an emetic and mixed with lime as a remedy for bronchitis, malaria, and helminthic infestation. The root has also been dispensed as a gargle for toothache, as a snakebite topical remedy, for the treatment of heartburn, to prevent miscarriage in pregnancy, and as a poison antidote to control vomiting. In India, the plant extract is used for the treatment of infectious diseases and in the management of leprosy. [Handbook of African Medicinal Plants, Second Edition]Root  is  as  abortifacient.  Ethnic  communities of  Arunachal Pradesh and Tharus  employ  root  to  women for  treatment of antifertility.  Ethnic  communities  of Orissa  and Sagar  (Madhya Pradesh)  use  root in bleeding in delivery. Asurs, ethnic Communities of Meghalaya and Orissa use root for  fascilitating  childbirth.  Since  the  time  of  the  Atharvaveda  this  species  is regarded  as  medicinally  important,  and  in  Ayurvedic  system  it  is  used  for treatment of many diseases.  In homoeopathic  system, it is  used  in menorrhagia. In  allopathic  system,  too  different  parts  of  the  plant  are  used  for  treatment  of various  diseases. [Herbal Cures: Traditional Approach]


Ethnomedicinal uses: decoction of two to three teaspoon of leaf powder is taken for stomachache and to ease constipation. The powder of roasted seeds is taken to cure whooping cough. Seeds are boiled in milk and taken for 3 d as a tonic to cure sexual debility and hydrophobia. The ash of the dry plant is mixed with honey and taken orally for cough, asthma, urinary complaints and stomachache. Root powder is boiled with mustard oil and used for massage by the tribals in rheumatic pain. Infusion of the whole plant is taken in liver and renal complaints. Root extract is taken orally as an antidote to scorpion bite. Ethnoveterinary medicinal uses: a half cup of root extract is given to animals to increase milk production. It acts as a lactogogue. Root extract is also given to sick animals as a tonic. Seed powder is given to animals to treat dysentery. [Herbal Drugs: Ethnomedicine to Modern Medicine]

In Indonesia, a paste of Achyranthes aspera L. mixed with the bark of Alyxia stellata (Roem.) et Schult. and the fruits of Foeniculum vulgare Gaertn. is applied to the body to treat convulsion. A decoction of this mixture is drunk to stop dysentery. Achyranthes aspera L is used to promote urination and it is an astringent remedy. In Malaysia, Achyranthes aspera L. is used to resolve inflamed parts, lower blood pressure and to counteract infection of the urinary tract. In the Solomon Islands, a paste made from the powdered leaves is applied to boils and the roots are used to treat swollen legs. In Vietnam, roasted leaves are used externally to heal burns and an infusion of the roots is ingested to mitigate colic. In India, a decoction of Achyranthes aspera L. (1 in 15; dose 30 mL to 60 mL) is drunk to promote urination and the seeds are eaten to treat piles. The white variety of Achyranthes aspera L. is said to be more efficient against piles, ascite and dysentery whereas the red variety is preferred for ulcers. [Medicinal Plants: Drugs For The Future? ]

Therapeutic uses: The whole plant and especially the roots, characterized by their anti-inflammatory and uterine stimulant activity, are prescribed in the therapy of rheumatism, contusions, lumbago, osteodynia, dysuria, post-partum haematometra and dysmenorrhoea. The daily dose is 8 to 16g in the form of a decoction. The drug is used on its own or in combination with some other plants. [Medicinal Plants in Viet Nam]

Medicinal Uses of Achyranthes aspera in Sindh: Leaves are used against pneumonia and asthma.
1. Method of use for pneumonia: 1-2 leaves are boiled with 500 mL of water keep boiling until the volume is reduced to half. And give 1 spoon of that water after cooling twice a day.
2. Method of use for Asthma: Boil 200-250 g of fresh leaves in 1 litre of water keep boiling for 10-15 minutes and drink that water 3 times a day for 15-20 days. [Medicinal Plants of Sindh : Indigenous Knowledge and Scientific Facts]

Plant  is  boiled,  and  the  water  drunk  as  an  antipyretic,  by  the  Guyana Patamona. Plant is boiled and the water used as an antiseptic or for washing the skin as treatment for cold sweat, by the Guyana Patamona. Plant is mixed with leaves of Gossypium and Lantana, boiled  and  used  for  herbal  bath,  by  the  Guyana  Patamona.  Plant  is  dried,  boiled,  and  the  water drunk as a treatment for back pain, by the Guyana Patamona. Plant is boiled, and the water drunk as a treatment for influenza, by the Guyana Patamona. [Medicinal Plants of the Guianas (Guyana, Surinam, French Guiana) ]

Leaves used as a poultice for carbuncles and abscesses •  Leaves used to promote healing of wounds •  Leaves taken internally as a general childhood tonic [Samoan Medicinal Plants ]

483 published articles on Achyranthes aspera

1.    Identification of candidate synovial membrane biomarkers after Achyranthes aspera treatment for rheumatoid arthritis Zheng, W., et al., Biochimica Et Biophysica Acta-Proteins and Proteomics, 2016. 1864(3): p. 308-316.
2.    Evaluation of antibacterial activity of Achyranthes aspera extract against Streptococcus mutans: An in vitro study Yadav, R., et al., Journal of Advanced Pharmaceutical Technology & Research, 2016. 7(4): p. 149-152.
3.    Toxicity evaluation of pH dependent stable Achyranthes aspera herbal gold nanoparticles Tripathi, A., S. Kumari, and A. Kumar, Applied Nanoscience, 2016. 6(1): p. 61-69.
4.    Evaluation of healing potential of Achyranthes aspera L. (Amaranthaceae) seeds in excision, i., dead space and burn wound model - an in-vivo study Sumanta, Mondal, et al., Pharmacognosy Journal, 2016. 8(3): p. 300-306.
5.    Phosphoric acid pretreatment of Achyranthes aspera and Sida acuta weed biomass to improve enzymatic hydrolysis Siripong, P., et al., Bioresource Technology, 2016. 203: p. 303-308.
6.    Haematological and immunological response of Achyranthes aspera leaf and root extracts in arsenic-intoxicated female mice (Mus musculus) Sharma, V. and R. Singh, Current Science, 2016. 110(4): p. 708-713.
7.    Determination of betulinic acid, o.a.a.u.a.f.A.a.L.u.R.-U.-D.a.a.e.o.v.p.f.t.o.y.P., Sandeep R., et al., Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 2016. 54(3): p. 196-202.
8.    Comparison of UV Protection Properties of Cotton Fabrics Treated with Aqueous and Methanolic Extracts of Achyranthes aspera and Alhagi maurorum Plants Nazir, A., et al., Photochemistry and Photobiology, 2016. 92(2): p. 343-347.
9.    Effects of Achyranthes aspera to the Immunity of Rohu (Labeo rohita) against Pseudomonas fluorescens Hasan-Uj-Jaman, M., et al., British Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2016. 12(5).
10.    Comparison of UV protection properties of cotton fabrics treated with aqueous and methanolic extracts of Achyranthes aspera and Alhagi maurorum plants Ahsan, N., et al., Photochemistry and Photobiology, 2016. 92(2): p. 343-347.
11.    EVALUATION OF POTENTIAL ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF ACHYRANTHES ASPERA L Afridi, M., et al., Gomal Journal of Medical Sciences, 2016. 14(1): p. 29-32.
12.    Comparative HPTLC analysis of stem and leaf of Achyranthes coynei with Achyranthes aspera Vinayak, U., et al., Plant Science Today, 2015. 2(1): p. 7-10.
13.    Effect of method and time of extraction on total phenolic content in comparison with antioxidant activities in different parts of Achyranthes aspera Upadhya, V., S.R. Pai, and H.V. Hegde, Journal of King Saud University Science, 2015. 27(3): p. 204-208.
14.    Phytochemical basis of anti-inflammatory and anti-microbial activity of Achyranthes aspera Sonali, A. and C. Alka, World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2015. 4(1): p. 692-709.
15.    Achyranthes aspera Linn: a reservoir of antioxidants Sonali, A. and C. Alka, International Journal of Pharma and Bio Sciences, 2015. 6(2): p. P-55-P-66.
16.    Achyranthes aspera have the potential antioxidant property in scavenging free radicals produced as a result of oxidative stress induced by arsenic Shayan, S., et al., World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (WJPPS), 2015. 4(6): p. 562-573.
17.    Physiological responses of Catla catla larvae fed with Achyranthes aspera seed enriched diet and exposed to UV-B radiation Sharma, J.G., M.K. Singh, and R. Chakrabarti, Indian Journal of Biochemistry & Biophysics, 2015. 52(2): p. 155-160.
18.    Pharmacological and medicinal importance of Achyranthes aspera: a review Parmar, H.K. and S. Diksha, International Journal of Pharmacy and Life Sciences (IJPLS), 2015. 6(7): p. 4627-4630.
19.    Analysis of chemical constituents of Achyranthes aspera through X-ray diffraction Pandey, A.K., et al., World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2015. 4(3): p. 1863-1870.
20.    An evaluation of the sub acute toxicity and haemostatic effects of leaves extract of Achyranthes aspera in mice and albino rats Okon, B.E., et al., European Journal of Medicinal Plants, 2015. 7(1): p. 16-25.
21.    Comparative study of phytochemical constituents in flower of Wedelia trilobata, A.a.a.C.f.D.d.o.C., India Nisreen, Husain and K. Anil, International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences, 2015. 4(4): p. 150-156.
22.    Antimicrobial, A.A.a.C.o.F.P.A.o.A.a.L.A.M.P.U.f.t.T.o.W.a.R.i.E.A.N., Ashwell R., et al., Frontiers in Pharmacology, 2015. 6.
23.    Antiobesity, h., antioxidant and hepatoprotective effects of Achyranthes aspera seed saponins in high cholesterol fed albino rats Naveed, Khan, et al., Archives of Medical Science, 2015. 11(6): p. 1261-1271.
24.    Therapeutic Effect of Saponin Rich Fraction of Achyranthes aspera Linn. on Adjuvant-Induced Arthritis in Sprague-Dawley Rats Kothavade, P.S., et al., Autoimmune Diseases, 2015.
25.    Antibacterial and antifungal activities of leaf extract of Achyranthes aspera (Amaranthaceae) from Pakistan Khuda, F., et al., Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2015. 28(5): p. 1797-1800.
26.    Antiobesity, h., antioxidant and hepatoprotective effects of Achyranthes aspera seed saponins in high cholesterol fed albino rats Khan, Naveed, et al., Archives of Medical Science, 2015. 11(6): p. 1261-1271.
27.    Preliminary phytochemical analysis and in vitro anti-helmenthic activity of Achyranthes aspera leaf extract Kamal, H., L. Thangavelu, and T.K. Rathinam, Pharmacognosy Journal, 2015. 7(6): p. 397-399.
28.    Phytochemical constituents and pharmacological uses of medicinal plant Achyranthes aspera: a review Ghimire, K., et al., World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2015. 4(1): p. 470-489.
29.    Pharmacological validation of in-silico guided novel nootropic potential of Achyranthes aspera L Gawande, D.Y. and R.K. Goel, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2015. 175: p. 324-334.
30.    Antibacterial and antifungal activities of leaf extract of Achyranthes aspera (Amaranthaceae) from Pakistan Fazli, K., et al., Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2015. 28(5): p. 1797-1800.
31.    Effect of Achyranthes aspera, A.C.G.a.P.g.O.R.o.t.L.o.S.S.m.i.t.Y.O.C.B., Aayushi, et al., The journal of contemporary dental practice, 2015. 16(11): p. 903-9.
32.    HPTLC fingerprint profile and antimicrobial activity of leaves of Achyranthes aspera Linn Aparna, S. and S. Aruna, World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (WJPPS), 2015. 4(3): p. 879-899.
33.    Evaluation of hypolipidemic activity of Achyranthes aspera Linn. on alloxan induced diabetic rats Vidhya, R. and G. Jothi, World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (WJPPS), 2014. 3(11): p. 560-575.
34.    Assessment of in-vitro anti-arthritic activity of Achyranthes aspera Linn Sujatha, K., K. Kavitha, and S. Manoharan, World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (WJPPS), 2014. 3(6): p. 894-901.
35.    Achyranthes aspera: a potent immunostimulating plant for traditional medicine Srivastava, P.K., International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research (IJPSR), 2014. 5(5): p. 1601-1611.
36.    Physico-chemical and HPLC analysis of the whole plant of Achyranthes aspera (Linn) obtained from Vindhya Region of U.P. India Singh, B.R., World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2014. 3(7 Suppl.): p. 1091-1100.
37.    Achyranthes aspera root extracts induce human colon cancer cell (COLO-205) death by triggering the mitochondrial apoptosis pathway and S phase cell cycle arrest Shagun, A. and T. Simran, The Scientific World Journal, 2014. 2014: p. 129697-Article ID 129697.
38.    In vitro callus induction and plantlet regeneration of Achyranthes aspera L., a.h.v.m.p.S., Monokesh Kumer, et al., Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, 2014. 4(1): p. 40-46.
39.    The effect of auxins on callus induction in Achyranthes aspera Sarwat, N. and K. Khalida, Pakistan Journal of Botany, 2014. 46(6): p. 2203-2207.
40.    HPTLC fingerprint profile of steroidal constituents of Achyranthes aspera Linn Saraf, A. and A. Samant, Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2014. 3(5): p. 60-66.
41.    Antihistamanic activity of extract of Achyranthes aspera Romde, R.R., N. Mahesh, and R.K. Kaurav, International Journal of Research in Pharmacy and Chemistry, 2014. 4(2): p. 493-495.
42.    Auxins and physico-chemical factors influenced callus formation in Achyranthes aspera L. leaf explant Ramakrishnan, S., et al., Journal of Microbiology, Biotechnology and Food Sciences, 2014. 3(6): p. 444-447.
43.    Anti ulcer activity of ethanolic extract of Achyranthes aspera leaves in albino rats Ragavan, K., et al., World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (WJPPS), 2014. 3(2): p. 1278-1291.
44.    Transform-Infrared Spectroscopic Techniques Pai, Sandeep R., N.R.o.T.B.A.a.w.O.A.f.A.a.b.R.-P.-U.F.L.C.A.a.C.U.H.-P.T.-L.C.a.F., et al., Jpc-Journal of Planar Chromatography-Modern Tlc, 2014. 27(1): p. 38-41.
45.    Evaluation of antimicrobial activity of chemical constituents of Achyranthes aspera L. roots against human pathogens Owk, A.K., K.R. Mortha, and M.N. Lagudu, Indian Journal of Natural Products and Resources, 2014. 5(3): p. 278-281.
46.    Evaluation of nutritional and sub-acute toxicological study of plant based supplement of Achyranthes aspera Nudrat, F., et al., Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2014. 27(5): p. 1199-1202.
47.    THE EFFECT OF AUXINS ON CALLUS INDUCTION IN ACHYRANTHES ASPERA Naz, S. and K. Khatoon, Pakistan Journal of Botany, 2014. 46(6): p. 2203-2207.
48.    Antineoplastic and immunomodulatory effect of polyphenolic components of Achyranthes aspera (PCA) extract on urethane induced lung cancer in vivo Narayan, C. and A. Kumar, Molecular Biology Reports, 2014. 41(1): p. 179-191.
49.    Diuretic activity of Achyranthes aspera linn crude aqueous extract in Albino rats Muhammad, A., et al., Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2014. 13(12): p. 2039-2045.
50.    Triterpenoid saponin rich fraction of Achyranthes aspera Linn. attenuates inflammation and oxidative stress induced by carrageenan in experimental rats Kothavade, P., et al., Cytokine, 2014. 70(1): p. 42-42.
51.    Evaluation of anti-cholesteremic and anti-lipidemic activity of seed extract of Achyranthes aspera in diet induced hyperlipidemia model in rats Kanakam, V., et al., Journal of Chemical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2014. 6(5): p. 1247-1250.
52.    Antioxidant and antibacterial activities of leaf extract of Achyranthes aspera Linn. (prickly chaff flower) Garima, P., et al., European Journal of Medicinal Plants, 2014. 4(6): p. 695-708.
53.    In Vitro Global Gene Expression Analyses Support the Ethnopharmacological Use of Achyranthes aspera Fox 431A, M.U.o.M., European Nucleotide Archive, 2014.
54.    Evaluation of nutritional and sub-acute toxicological study of plant based supplement of Achyranthes aspera Fatima, N., et al., Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2014. 27(5): p. 1199-1202.
55.    Effect of seeds of Achyranthes aspera on the immune responses and expression of some immune-related genes in carp Catla catla Chakrabarti, R., et al., Fish & Shellfish Immunology, 2014. 41(1): p. 64-69.
56.    Saponin extract of Achyranthes aspera prevents obesity and oxidative stress in high fat diet fed male Wistar rats Bobbu, P., et al., World Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2014. 3(1): p. 1107-1120.
57.    Study of physiochemical analysis of Achyranthes aspera extracts Bhawana, P., et al., International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research (IJPSR), 2014. 5(8): p. 3378-3382.
58.    Allelopathic inhibition of germination and seedling vigor of some selected crops by Achyranthes aspera L Asif, T., et al., Herbologia, 2014. 14(2): p. 35-46.
59.    Diuretic Activity of Achyranthes aspera Linn Crude Aqueous Extract in Albino Rats Asif, M., et al., Tropical Journal of Pharmaceutical Research, 2014. 13(12): p. 2039-2045.
60.    Achyranthes aspera root extracts induce human colon cancer cell (COLO-205) death by triggering the mitochondrial apoptosis pathway and S phase cell cycle arrest Arora, S. and S. Tandon, TheScientificWorldJournal, 2014. 2014: p. 129697-129697.
61.    Chromatographic fingerprint analysis of flavonoids of Achyranthes aspera Linn. by HPTLC Aparna, S. and S. Aruna, Journal of Biomedical and Pharmaceutical Research, 2014. 3(4): p. 13-24.
62.    Green synthesis of gold and silver nanoparticles using Achyranthes aspera L. leaf extract Venkatesh, G., et al., Advanced Science, Engineering and Medicine (ASEM), 2013. 5(3): p. 223-228.
63.    Studies on antibacterial effect of Apamarga (Achyranthes aspera) on multi-drug resistant clinical isolates Usha, P. and M.C. Sharma, International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy (IJRAP), 2013. 4(2): p. 262-265.
64.    Herbicidal potential of Azadirachta indica leaves extract against Achyranthes aspera and Senna occidentalis Sumera, N., et al., Mycopath, 2013. 11(2): p. 81-84.
65.    In Vitro Global Gene Expression Analyses Support the Ethnopharmacological Use of Achyranthes aspera Subbarayan, P.R., et al., Evidence-based complementary and alternative medicine : eCAM, 2013. 2013: p. 471739-471739.
66.    Evaluation of intestinal anti-inflammatory effect of methanolic extract of Achyranthes aspera leaves on inflammatory bowel disease in Wister albino rats Somasundaram, R. and G.S. Tamarbha, World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (WJPPS), 2013. 2(5): p. 3436-3448.
67.    EFFECT OF UV-B RADIATION ON THE DEFENCE SYSTEM OF LABEO ROHITA (ACTINOPTERYGII: CYPRINIFORMES: CYPRINIDAE) LARVAE AND ITS MODULATION BY SEED OF DEVIL'S HORSEWHIP, A.A.S., Moirangthem Kameshwor, J. Sharma, and R. Chakrabarti, Acta Ichthyologica Et Piscatoria, 2013. 43(2): p. 119-126.
68.    Performance of Catla catla larvae fed with raw seeds and various extractions of seeds of Achyranthes aspera and challenged with Aeromonas hydrophila Sharma, J., P.K. Srivastava, and R. Chakrabarti, Fish & Shellfish Immunology, 2013. 34(6): p. 1737-1737.
69.    Medicinal properties of Apamarg (Achyranthes aspera Linn.) Sharma, A.K., International Journal of Ayurveda and Pharma Research, 2013. 1(3): p. 4-12.
70.    Sterilization factors affect seed germination and proliferation of Achyranthes aspera cultured in vitro Sen, M.K., M.A.H.M. Jamal, and N. Shamima, Environmental and Experimental Biology, 2013. 11(3): p. 119-123.
71.    An efficient plant regeneration protocol for Achyranthes aspera L Sen, M.K., et al., International Research Journal of Biotechnology, 2013. 4(5): p. 94-100.
72.    In vitro sterilization protocol for micropropagation of Achyranthes aspera L. node Sen, M.K., et al., International Research Journal of Biotechnology, 2013. 4(5): p. 89-93.
73.    Phytochemical and pharmacological investigation of Achyranthes aspera Linn Rishikesh, et al., Scholars Academic Journal of Pharmacy, 2013. 2(2): p. 74-80.
74.    Use of Achyranthes aspera leaf powder (AALP) for the adsorption of methylene blue : Kinetic, i.a.t.s.R., Puja, V. Rawat, and M.C. Chattopadhyaya, Journal of the Indian Chemical Society, 2013. 90(12): p. 2207-2215.
75.    GSE44290: In Vitro Global Gene Expression Analyses Support the Ethnopharmacological Use of Achyranthes aspera Pochi, S.R., et al., Gene Expression Omnibus, 2013.
76.    In vitro antimicrobial potential of an active phytoconstitutent isolated from the ethanolic extract of Achyranthes aspera stem against oral pathogens Patil, A.G. and A.H. Jobanputra, International Journal of Advanced Life Sciences (IJALS), 2013. 6(5): p. 549-553.
77.    Preliminary phytochemical, p.a.m.s.o.A.a.A.P., K. A., et al., Journal of Natural Product and Plant Resources, 2013. 3(1): p. 15-17.
78.    Antibiofilm and quorum sensing inhibitory activity of Achyranthes aspera on cariogenic Streptococcus mutans: An in vitro and in silico study Murugan, K., et al., Pharmaceutical Biology, 2013. 51(6): p. 728-736.
79.    Anti-herpes virus activities of Achyranthes aspera: An Indian ethnomedicine, a.i.t.a.M., Hemanta, et al., Microbiological Research, 2013. 168(4): p. 238-244.
80.    Preparation and evaluation of antifungal property of a polyherbal formulation containing Achyranthes aspera and Plectranthus amboenicus Mali, V.S. and R.R. Wadekar, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research (IJPSR), 2013. 4(10): p. 3889-3893.
81.    Effect of Achyranthes aspera root and Terminalia arjuna bark on aerotolerant responses in Streptococcus mutans Mahima, C. and V.H. Begum, Journal of Chemistry, 2013. 2013: p. 345059-Article ID 345059.
82.    Lokeshwar, Balakrishna L., A.a.l.e.m.t.e.o.g.i.i.i.r.a.e.d.e.i.v.i.c.h.p.c.c.l.M.P.-C., et al., ArrayExpress Archive, 2013.
83.    Neuropharmacological Evaulation of Aqueous and Alcoholic Extracts of Achyranthes Aspera on Anxiolytic Activity in Mice Kumar, V.N.G., et al., Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2013. 45: p. S96-S96.
84.    Anti-inflammatory activity of the topical preparation of Valeriana wallichii and Achyranthes aspera leaves Khuda, F., et al., Pakistan Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2013. 26(3): p. 451-454.
85.    Evaluating pharmacognostical properties of latjira (Achyranthes aspera) for medicinal value Kavita, T., et al., Current Horticulture, 2013. 1(2): p. 48-54.
86.    Pharmacognostical study on flowers and fruits of Apamarga (Achyranthes aspera Linn.) Jadav, H.R., et al., International Journal of Green Pharmacy, 2013. 7(2): p. 136-139.
87.    Effect of Achyranthes Aspera Leaf Extracts on Muscle Relaxant Activity in Mice Devulapalli, M., et al., Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2013. 45: p. S241-S241.
88.    Effect of seeds of Achyranthes aspera on the immune responses and expression of some immune-related genes in Catla catla Chakrabarti, R., et al., Fish & Shellfish Immunology, 2013. 34(6): p. 1644-1645.
89.    A comparative antimicrobial activity of Apamarga (Achyranthes aspera Linn.) Patra and Beeja Yogesh, H.G. and R.K. Yogini, International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy (IJRAP), 2012. 3(6): p. 876-878.
90.    Eradicating potential of Achyranthes aspera Vivek, D., et al., International Journal of Phytomedicine, 2012. 4(2): p. 243-247.
91.    Hypolipidemic effect of Achyranthes aspera on high fat diet induced atherogenic rats Venkatalakshmi, P., N.V. Valli, and S. Sangeetha, Research Journal of Pharmaceutical, Biological and Chemical Sciences, 2012. 3(3): p. 75-84.
92.    In vitro free radical scavenging and anti-hyperglycemic activities of Achyranthes aspera extract in alloxan-induced diabetic mice Talukder, F.Z., et al., Drug discoveries & therapeutics, 2012. 6(6): p. 298-305.
93.    Inhibitory effects of Achyranthes aspera L., C.f.L.a.d.S., Prakash and A.K. Jain, Journal of Plant Science Research, 2012. 28(1): p. 43-45.
94.    Seasonal variation in antibacterial activity of different parts of Achyranthes aspera against some bacteria Sunil, R. and J.P. Yadav, International Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plants, 2012. 2(3): p. 369-375.
95.    Achyranthes aspera (Apamarg) leaf extract inhibits human pancreatic tumor growth in athymic mice by apoptosis Subbarayan, P.R., et al., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2012. 142(2): p. 523-530.
96.    Effect of Dietary Supplementation of Achyranthes aspera Seed on the Immune System of Labeo rohita Fry Srivastava, P.K. and R. Chakrabarti, Israeli Journal of Aquaculture-Bamidgeh, 2012. 64.
97.    Characterization of activated carbon prepared from Achyranthes aspera Linn. by X-ray fluorescence spectroscopy (XRF) Shendkar, C.D., et al., Journal of Natural Product and Plant Resources, 2012. 2(2): p. 295-297.
98.    Comparative evaluation of Achyranthes aspera Linn. parts by antibacterial activity Shendkar, C.D., et al., Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2012. 5(1): p. 102-103.
99.    Antibacterial screening of Achyranthes aspera Linn. root extracts Shendkar, C.D., et al., Annals of Biological Research, 2012. 3(5): p. 2202-2204.
100.    The role of 2, -.D.a.N.i.c.i.o.A.a.a.i.s.m.s.S., J., et al., Journal of Atoms and Molecules, 2012. 2(3): p. 232-243.
101.    Systematic analyses validates in vitro and in vivo anticancer properties of the Ayurvedic plant Achyranthes aspera Sarkar, M., et al., Planta Medica, 2012. 78(11): p. 1182-1182.
102.    Dermatological potential of crude extracts and different fractions of Achyranthes aspera Linn Saeed ul, H., et al., African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology, 2012. 6(44): p. 3096-3101.
103.    Assessment of Antiobesity Potential of Achyranthes aspera Linn. Seed Rani, N., S.K. Sharma, and N. Vasudeva, Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2012.
104.    Effect of methanolic extract of Achyranthes aspera on allergy induced by potassium dichromate Ramesh, L., V.C. Reddy, and K. Abhaykumar, Recent Research in Science and Technology, 2012. 4(10): p. 49-51.
105.    Evaluation of Eye Irritation Potential of Aqueous Leaf Extract of Achyranthes aspera by In Vitro and In Vivo Method Rajpal Deshmukh, G., et al., ISRN toxicology, 2012. 2012: p. 693489-693489.
106.    Phytochemical composition and in vitro antioxidant activity of Achyranthes aspera Linn. (Amaranthaceae) leaf extracts Priya, C.L., et al., International Journal of Agricultural Technology, 2012. 8(1): p. 143-156.
107.    Folk-lore uses of Achyranthes aspera L. among tribal and rural people of Madhya Pradesh, I.i.t.t.o.w.a.P., Mishra and D. Sumeet, International Journal of Drug Discovery and Herbal Research (IJDDHR), 2012(October/December): p. 471-474.
108.    Anti - inflammatory effects of Achyranthes aspera on animal models of acute inflammation Ou, L., et al., West China Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2012. 27(6): p. 644-646.
109.    Pharmacognostical identification of Achyranthes aspera L. roots Ou, L., et al., Medicinal Plant, 2012. 3(4): p. 1-4.
110.    Antibacterial Activity of Vacuum Liquid Chromatography (VLC) Isolated Fractions of Chloroform Extracts of Seeds of Achyranthes Aspera Noor Ul, A., et al., Journal of the Chemical Society of Pakistan, 2012. 34(3): p. 589-592.
111.    Assessment of antiobesity potential of Achyranthes aspera Linn. seed Neerja, R., S.K. Sharma, and V. Neeru, Evidence-based Complementary and Alternative Medicine, 2012. 2012: p. 715912-Article ID 715912.
112.    Anticataract and antioxidant activities of Achyranthes aspera Linn. against glucose-induced cataractogenesis using goat lenses Muthuswamy, U., et al., Journal of Natural Product and Plant Resources, 2012. 2(1): p. 153-161.
113.    Anticataract and antioxidant activities of Achyranthes aspera Linn. against calcium-induced cataractogenesis using goat lenses Muthuswamy, U., et al., Der Pharmacia Lettre, 2012. 4(2): p. 436-442.
114.    Flavonoid-Rich Alcoholic Extract of Leaves of Achyranthes Aspera Reduces Inflammation in a Murine Model of Ova-Induced Asthma Kandasamy, R., et al., Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, 2012. 129(2): p. AB78-AB78.
115.    Pharmacognostical and phytochemical studies on Achyranthes aspera Jitendra, B., et al., World Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (WJPPS), 2012. 1(4): p. 1316-1331.
116.    In vitro clonal propagation of Achyranthes aspera L. and Achyranthes bidentata Blume using nodal explants Gnanaraj, W.E., et al., Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Biomedicine, 2012. 2(1): p. 1-5.
117.    Antimicrobial activity of prickly chaff (Achyranthes aspera) seed trypsin inhibitor Geetha, K., S. Lavanya, and S.P. Davuluri, International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Research (IJPSR), 2012. 3(9): p. 3241-3248.
118.    Evaluation of in vivo wound healing activity of methanol extract of Achyranthes aspera L Fikru, A., et al., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2012. 143(2): p. 469-474.
119.    Phytotoxicity of Parthenium hysterophorus residues towards growth of three native plant species (Acacia catechu Willd, A.a.L.a.C.t.L.i.H.P., India Dogra, K. S. and S.K. Sood, International Journal of Plant Physiology and Biochemistry, 2012. 4(5): p. 105-109.
120.    In vitro studies on antilithiatic property of Achyranthes aspera L. var. aspera. Hook. f Diana, K.J. and K.V. George, Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2012. 5(8): p. 4366-4370.
121.    Gastroprotective effect of Achyranthes aspera Linn. leaf on rats Das, A.K., et al., Asian Pacific Journal of Tropical Medicine, 2012. 5(3): p. 197-201.
122.    Evaluation of immunostimulatory and growth promoting effect of seed fractions of Achyranthes aspera in common carp Cyprinus carpio and identification of active constituents Chakrabarti, R., et al., Fish & Shellfish Immunology, 2012. 32(5): p. 839-843.
123.    Effect of Dietary Supplementation with Achyranthes aspera Seed on Larval Rohu Labeo rohita Challenged with Aeromonas hydrophila Chakrabarti, R. and P.K. Srivastava, Journal of Aquatic Animal Health, 2012. 24(4): p. 213-218.
124.    Achyranthes aspera enhances immunity and antigen clearance in common carp, C.c.L.C., R. and Y.V. Rao, Journal of Fish Diseases, 2012. 35(5): p. 389-392.
125.    Effect of aqueous extracts of Achyranthes aspera Linn. on experimental animal model for inflammation Bhosale, U.A., et al., Ancient science of life, 2012. 31(4): p. 202-6.
126.    In vivo wound-healing efficacy and antioxidant activity of Achyranthes aspera in experimental burns Barua, C.C., et al., Pharmaceutical Biology, 2012. 50(7): p. 892-899.
127.    Anxiolytic activity of methanol leaf extract of Achyranthes aspera Linn in mice using experimental models of anxiety Barua, C.C., et al., Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2012. 44(1): p. 63-67.
128.    Achyranthes aspera Linn. accelerates cutaneous wound healing in immunocompromised rats by modulating endogenous antioxidants Barua, C.C., et al., Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, 2012. 36(2): p. 183-186.
129.    Preventive and curative effects of Achyranthes aspera Linn. extract in experimentally induced nephrolithiasis Aggarwal, A., et al., Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 2012. 50(3): p. 201-208.
130.    Evaluation of in vivo wound healing activity of methanol extract of Achyranthes aspera L Abraham, F., et al., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2012. 143(2): p. 469-474.
131.    Achyranthes aspera - a potent anti-inflammatory agent Sonali, A., C. Alka, and C.R. Tenpe, Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Sciences, 2011. 33(3): p. 309-313.
132.    Quantitative estimation of macro, m.n.a.t.e.b.X.-r.f.s.X.f.A.a.L.S., C. D., et al., International Journal of ChemTech Research, 2011. 3(2): p. 610-613.
133.    Antifungal Potential of Achyranthes aspera Linn. Collected from Himachal Pradesh, P.a.H.R.S., Neeta Raj, P. Kaur, and A. Singh, Journal of Pure and Applied Microbiology, 2011. 5(2): p. 971-976.
134.    Achyranthes aspera - an important medicinal plant: a review Saurabh, S., et al., Journal of Natural Product and Plant Resources, 2011. 1(1): p. 1-14.
135.    Evaluation of efficacy of Achyranthes aspera L as a potent liver tonic Sadashiv, P.S. and A.R. Krishna, Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2011. 4(10): p. 3501-3503.
136.    Acute toxicity study for Achyranthes aspera leaves Sadashiv, P.S. and A.R. Krishna, Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2011. 4(7): p. 2221-2222.
137.    Potential antibacterial and antifungal activity of Achyranthes aspera L Ramesh, L., V.C. Reddy, and K.A. Kumar, Recent Research in Science and Technology, 2011. 3(4): p. 53-57.
138.    Wound healing potential of methanolic extract of leaves of Achyranthes aspera Linn Nilesh, G. and U.K. Jain, Der Pharmacia Sinica, 2011. 2(2): p. 256-262.
139.    High-Performance Thin-Layer Chromatographic Analysis of Betaine in Alcohol Extracts of Achyranthes aspera L Mehta, F.A., et al., Jpc-Journal of Planar Chromatography-Modern Tlc, 2011. 24(2): p. 136-139.
140.    Effect of treatment with Achyranthes aspera (Agadha) ethanol extract on various hematological and biochemical parameters in alloxan induced diabetic rats Mandar, Z., et al., International Journal of Pharmaceutical Frontier Research, 2011. 1(1): p. 42-52.
141.    Effect of Achyranthes aspera seeds on lipid profiles in selected tissues of rats fed with high doses of fructose Malarvili, T., R.M. Veerappan, and V.H. Begum, Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2011. 4(6): p. 1769-1771.
142.    Therapeutic efficacy of Achyranthes aspera saponin extract in high fat diet induced hyperlipidaemia in male wistar rats Latha, B.P., et al., African Journal of Biotechnology, 2011. 10(74): p. 17038-17042.
143.    Effect of saponin rich extract of Achyranthes aspera on high fat diet fed male wistar rats Latha, B.P., et al., Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2011. 4(9): p. 3190-3193.
144.    Anti diabetic activity of ethanolic extract of Achyranthes aspera leaves in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats Kumar, A.S., et al., Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2011. 4(9): p. 3124-3125.
145.    Bioactivity of essential oils of Zingiber officinalis and Achyranthes aspera against mosquitoes Khandagle, A.J., et al., Parasitology Research, 2011. 109(2): p. 339-343.
146.    Toxicity of Acalypha indica (Euphorbiaceae) and Achyranthes aspera (Amaranthaceae) leaf extracts to Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) Kamalakannan, S., K. Murugan, and D.R. Barnard, Journal of Asia-Pacific Entomology, 2011. 14(1): p. 41-45.
147.    Biochemical characterisation of alpha-amylase inhibitors from Achyranthes aspera and their interactions with digestive amylases of coleopteran and lepidopteran insects Hivrale, V.K., et al., Journal of the Science of Food and Agriculture, 2011. 91(10): p. 1773-1780.
148.    Anticataleptic Activity of Various Extracts of the Aerial Puts of Achyranthes aspera Datir, S.B., et al., Latin American Journal of Pharmacy, 2011. 30(4): p. 790-793.
149.    Study of central nervous system depressant and behavioral activity of an ethanol extract of Achyranthes aspera (Agadha) in different animal models Bhosale, U.A., et al., International journal of applied & basic medical research, 2011. 1(2): p. 104-8.
150.    Study of CNS depressant and behavioral activity of an ethanol extract of Achyranthes Aspera (Chirchita) in mouse model Bhosale, U., et al., Annals of neurosciences, 2011. 18(2): p. 44-7.
151.    Antioxidant and antibacterial activity of Achyranthes aspera: an in vitro study Beaulah, G.A., A.M. Sadiq, and R.J. Santhi, Annals of Biological Research, 2011. 2(5): p. 662-670.
152.    Influence of Achyranthes aspera Linn on the healing of dermal wounds in diabetic rats Barua, C.C., et al., Indian Journal of Veterinary Pathology, 2011. 35(1): p. 61-66.
153.    Impact of Achyranthes aspera L. on protein profile in impaired wound models Barua, C., et al., Indo Global Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 2011. 1(1): p. 13-24.
154.    Pharmacognostical, p.a.a.s.o.A.a.L.a.A.b.B.B., M. N. and K. Elango, Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2011. 4(4): p. 1050-1055.
155.    Effect of Putkhanda (Achyranthes aspera) extract on the body weight gain and gross return of broiler chick Asif, Q., et al., Pakistan Journal of Science, 2011. 63(4): p. 257-260.
156.    Spermicidal action of a protein isolated from ethanolic root extracts of Achyranthes aspera: An in vitro study Anuja, M.M., et al., Phytomedicine, 2011. 18(8-9): p. 776-782.
157.    Antiinflammatory activity of fractionated extracts of Achyranthes aspera Linn leaves Amrutia, J.N., et al., Journal of Applied Pharmaceutical Science, 2011. 1(8): p. 188-190.
158.    Determination of copper in Achyranthes aspera L from different habitats by flame atomic absorption spectrophotometry Wei, D., et al., Chinese Journal of Hospital Pharmacy, 2010. 30(10): p. 823-825.
159.    Review on Achyranthes aspera Varuna, K.M., M.U. Khan, and P.K. Sharma, Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2010. 3(4): p. 714-717.
160.    Anti-proliferative and anti-cancer properties of Achyranthes aspera: Specific inhibitory activity against pancreatic cancer cells Subbarayan, P.R., et al., Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2010. 131(1): p. 78-82.
161.    Comparative study on the spermicidal activity of organic solvent fractions from hydroethanolic extracts of Achyranthes aspera and Stephania hernandifolia in human and rat sperm Paul, D., et al., Contraception, 2010. 81(4): p. 355-361.
162.    Densitometric HPTLC Method for Analysis of Oleanolic Acid in Achyranthes aspera L Mehta, F.A., et al., Jpc-Journal of Planar Chromatography-Modern Tlc, 2010. 23(4): p. 289-292.
163.    Effect of alkaloids of Achyranthes aspera Linn. on fertility in male albino rats (Rattus norvegicus) Kumar, B.S., et al., Asian Journal of Animal Science, 2010. 5(2): p. 126-130.
164.    Antibacterial and Irritant Activities of Organic Solvent Extracts of Agave americana Linn., A.l.B.A.a.L.a.A.i.L.-A.P.I.K., M. T. J., et al., Pakistan Journal of Zoology, 2010. 42(1): p. 93-97.
165.    Amelioration effects against N-nitrosodiethylamine and CCl4-induced hepatocarcinogenesis in Swiss albino rats by whole plant extract of Achyranthes aspera Kartik, R., et al., Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2010. 42(6): p. 370-375.
166.    Effects of applied leaf biomass of Parthenium hysterophorus, C.o.a.A.a.o.s.g.a.s.g.o.w.a.p.G., S. and R. Narayan, Allelopathy Journal, 2010. 26(1): p. 59-70.
167.    Evaluación fotohemolítica in vitro de Cissus sicyoides L. y Achyranthes aspera L González Madariaga, Y., et al., Revista Cubana de Plantas Medicinales, 2010. 15(3): p. 126-132.
168.    In vitro photohemolytic assessment of Cissus sicyoides L. y Achyranthes aspera Gonzalez Madariaga, Y., et al., Revista Cubana de Plantas Medicinales, 2010. 15(3): p. unpaginated-unpaginated.
169.    Effect of phytoecdysteroids from Achyranthes aspera extracts on spinning behaviour of Bombyx mori L larvae Chandrakala, M.V., C. Shivakumar, and C.R. Mahadeviah, Bulletin of Indian Academy of Sericulture, 2010. 14(1): p. 97-100.
170.    Antinociceptive evaluation of an ethanol extract of Achyranthes aspera (agadha) in animal models of Nociception Bhosale, U., et al., International Journal of Phytomedicine, 2010. 2(4): p. 440-445.
171.    Antinociceptive activity of methanolic extract of leaves of Achyranthes aspera Linn. (Amaranthaceae) in animal models of nociception Barua, C.C., et al., Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 2010. 48(8): p. 817-821.
172.    Wound healing activity of methanolic extract of leaves of Achyranthes aspera Linn using in vivo and in vitro model-a preliminary study Barua, C.C., et al., Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2010. 80(10): p. 969-972.
173.    Spermatotoxicity of a protein isolated from the root of Achyranthes aspera: a comparative study with gossypol Anuja, M.N.M.K., et al., Contraception, 2010. 82(4): p. 385-390.
174.    Reduction of oxalate-induced renal tubular epithelial (NRK-52E) cell injury and inhibition of calcium oxalate crystallisation in vitro by aqueous extract of Achyranthes aspera Anshu, A., et al., International Journal of Green Pharmacy, 2010. 4(3): p. 159-164.
175.    Antibacterial and pharmacological evaluation of root extract of plant Achyranthes aspera (Amaranthaceae) Amalesh, S., et al., Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology, 2010. 3(3): p. 910-914.
176.    Effect of Achyranthes aspera on Helicoverpa armigera Sonali, A. and C. Alka, Annals of Plant Protection Sciences, 2009. 17(2): p. 483-484.
177.    A new aliphatic acid from Achyranthes aspera Linn. Roots Sharma, S.K., N. Vasudeva, and M. Ali, Indian Journal of Chemistry Section B-Organic Chemistry Including Medicinal Chemistry, 2009. 48(8): p. 1164-1169.
178.    Association of 'Candidatus Phytoplasma asteris' (16SrI group) with yellows of Achyranthes aspera in India Raj, S.K., et al., Plant Pathology, 2009. 58(2): p. 390-390.
179.    Antimicrobial activity of Achyranthes aspera and Aerva lanata leaf and callus extracts Prasad, S.H.K.R., et al., Biosciences, Biotechnology Research Asia, 2009. 6(2): p. 887-891.
180.    In-vitro antioxidant activity of Achyranthes aspera L Nehete, J.Y., et al., Journal of Pharmacy Research, 2009. 2(9): p. 1402-1403.
181.    Evaluation studies of antimicrobial activity on the leaf extracts of Achyranthes aspera Linn Nagarajan, K., et al., Hamdard Medicus, 2009. 52(1): p. 108-111.
182.    Effect of Achyranthes aspera (Linn) seeds on redox and oxidative status in plasma and selected tissues of rats fed with high doses of fructose Malarvili, T. and N. Gomathi, Biosciences, Biotechnology Research Asia, 2009. 6(2): p. 659-664.
183.    Anti-inflammatory activity of roots of Achyranthes aspera Kumar, S.V., P. Sankar, and R. Varatharajan, Pharmaceutical Biology, 2009. 47(10): p. 973-975.
184.    Ethanobotanical studies on Achyranthes aspera Linn. among the folk peoples of Tamilnadu, S.I.K., Kamalakannan and B. Veluchamy, Journal of Phytology, 2009. 1(2): p. 108-111.
185.    Experimental Studies of Achyranthes aspera (L) Preventing Nephrotoxicity Induced by Lead in Albino Rats Jayakumar, T., et al., Journal of Health Science, 2009. 55(5): p. 701-708.
186.    Comparison of leaf and root extract of Achyranthes aspera for its analgesic activity Hemant, K., et al., Der Pharmacia Lettre, 2009. 1(2): p. 193-198.
187.    Achyranthes aspera leaf extra Elumalai, E.K., et al., International Journal of PharmTech Research, 2009. 1(4): p. 1576-1579.
188.    Comparative evaluation of the antioxidant status and in vitro free radical scavenging activities of leaves and roots of Achyranthes aspera Devi, S.G., et al., Indian Journal of Nutrition and Dietetics, 2009. 46(12): p. 485-490.
189.    Application of Prickly chaff (Achyranthes aspera Linn.) leaves as herbal antimicrobial finish for cotton fabric used in healthcare textiles Thilagavathi, G. and T. Kannaian, Natural Product Radiance, 2008. 7(4): p. 330-334.
190.    Phytochemical investigation and pharmacological screening of leaves of Achyranthus aspera Linn. as analgesic and antipyretic Sutar, N.G., et al., Biosciences, Biotechnology Research Asia, 2008. 5(2): p. 841-844.
191.    Antimicrobial activity of leaf extracts of Achyranthes aspera Linn Saravanan, P., V. Ramasamy, and T. Shivakumar, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 2008. 20(1): p. 823-825.
192.    Callogenic studies of Achyranthes aspera leaf explant at different hormonal combinations Sara, K., et al., Pakistan Journal of Biological Sciences, 2008. 11(6): p. 950-952.
193.    In vitro propagation of Achyranthes aspera: Effects of cytokinins and auxins Parveen, F., et al., Journal of Biotechnology, 2008. 136: p. S161-S161.
194.    In-vitro antioxidant activity of alcoholic and aqueous extracts of Achyranthes aspera (asclepiadaceae) Modi, H.K., N.J. Patel, and N. Patel, Indian Journal of Pharmacology, 2008. 40: p. 85-86.
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196.    Callogenic studies of Achyranthes aspera leaf explant at different hormonal combinations Kayani, S., et al., Pakistan journal of biological sciences : PJBS, 2008. 11(6): p. 950-2.
197.    Influence of iron chelate on growth and composition of medicinal plant Achyranthes aspera Jitendra, M., M. Narendra, and S. Prem. Phytochemicals: a therapeutant for critical disease management, ed. D.R. Khanna, et al. 2008. 107-111.
198.    Antifeedant effect of Achyranthes aspera Linn on cauliflower borer (Hellula undalis), f.a.l.b.o.c.S.l.a.B.f.b.L.a.G., S. and N. Valarmathy, Biosciences Biotechnology Research Asia, 2008. 5(2): p. 663-672.
199.    Wound Healing and Antioxidant Activity of Achyranthes aspera Edwin, S., et al., Pharmaceutical Biology, 2008. 46(12): p. 824-828.
200.    Wound healing activity of Achyranthes aspera (Linn.) in experimental rats Dinisha, M., et al., Environment Conservation Journal, 2008. 9(1-2): p. 83-85.
201.    Larvicidal activity of saponin from Achyranthes aspera against Aedes aegypti and Culex quinquefasciatus (Diptera : Culicidae) Bagavan, A., et al., Parasitology Research, 2008. 103(1): p. 223-229.
202.    Estrogenic and pregnancy interceptory effects of Achyranthes aspera Linn. root Vasudeva, N. and S.K. Sharma, African Journal of Traditional Complementary and Alternative Medicines, 2007. 4(1): p. 7-11.
203.    Traditional uses of Achyranthes aspera (Apamarg) Singh, J., et al., Journal of Medicinal and Aromatic Plant Sciences, 2007. 29(3A): p. 163-171.
204.    BIOLOGICAL CONTROL OF ACHYRANTHES ASPERA AND XANTHIUM STRUMARIUM IN PAKISTAN Shafique, S., et al., Pakistan Journal of Botany, 2007. 39(7): p. 2607-2610.
205.    Three oleanolic acid glycosides from the seeds of Achyranthes aspera Rashmi, R.D. and A. Nagatsu, Natural Product Communications, 2007. 2(7): p. 727-730.
206.    Three oleanolic acid glycosides from the seeds of a Achyranthes aspera Rashmi, R. Dayal, and A. Nagatsu, Natural Product Communications, 2007. 2(7): p. 727-730.
207.    Phytochemical analysis of Achyranthes aspera and its activity on sesame oil induced lipid peroxidation Priya, K. and S. Krishnakumari, Ancient science of life, 2007. 27(1): p. 6-10.
208.    Evaluation of antioxidant activity of Achyranthes aspera on sesame oil fed rats Priya, K. and S. Krishnakumari, Research Journal of Biotechnology, 2007. 2(3): p. 30-34.
209.    Pharmacognostical studies on the aerial parts of Achyranthes aspera L Padmini, S., Research on Crops, 2007. 8(3): p. 716-726.
210.    Preliminary observations on auto-and reciprocal toxicities in Achyranthes aspera L. and Peristrophe bicalyculata (retz.) Nees Khan, D. and S.S. Shaukat, International Journal of Biology and Biotechnology, 2007. 4(1): p. 65-70.
211.    Phyto-pharmacology of Achyranthes aspera: a review Goyal, B.R., R.K. Goyal, and A.A. Mehta, Pharmacognosy Reviews, 2007. 1(1): p. 143-150.
212.    Ethnobotanical uses of Achyranthes aspera L. in Saurashtra region of Gujarat, I.G., S. H., et al., Plant Archives, 2007. 7(1): p. 207-209.
213.    Micromorpholgy of the leaf epidermis of Achyranthes aspera L Agarwal, T. and A.S. Yadav, Journal of Phytological Research, 2007. 20(1): p. 61-66.
214.    Population variation in Achyranthes aspera var. aspera in Alwar district of Rajasthan Yadav, A.S. and T. Agarwal, Journal of Phytological Research, 2006. 19(1): p. 101-106.
215.    Estrogenic and pregnancy interceptory effects of Achyranthes aspera Linn. root Vasudeva, N. and S.K. Sharma, African journal of traditional, complementary, and alternative medicines : AJTCAM, 2006. 4(1): p. 7-11.
216.    Post-coital antifertility activity of Achyranthes aspera Linn. root Vasudeva, N. and S.K. Sharma, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2006. 107(2): p. 179-181.
217.    Effect of Achyranthes aspera L. on fetal abortion, u.a.p.w., serum lipids and hormones Shibeshi, Workineh, et al., African health sciences, 2006. 6(2): p. 108-12.
218.    Effect of Achyranthes aspera on the immunity and survival of Labeo rohita infected with Aeromonas hydrophila Rao, Y.V., et al., Fish & Shellfish Immunology, 2006. 20(3): p. 263-273.
219.    Ethnobotanical observations of Achyranthes aspera Linn, a.A.s.w.s.r.t.t.p.o.N.D.R., Qureshi and G.R. Bhatti, Hamdard Medicus, 2006. 49(1): p. 43-48.
220.    In vitro determination of the contraceptive spermicidal activity of a composite extract of Achyranthes aspera and Stephania hernandifolia on human semen Paul, D., et al., Contraception, 2006. 73(3): p. 284-288.
221.    Antimicrobial activity of Achyranthes aspera Naidu, P.V.L., et al., Biosciences, Biotechnology Research Asia, 2006. 3(1a): p. 171-174.
222.    Antimicrobial effect of hydrophilic and hydrophobic extracts of Achyranthes aspera and Heracleum candicans Mohinder, K., et al. Short rotation forestry for industrial and rural development. Proceedings of the IUFRO-ISTS-UHF International Conference on World Perspective on Short Rotation Forestry for Industrial and Rural Development, Nauni, Solan, India, 7-13 September 2003., ed. K.S. Verma, D.K. Khurana, and L. Christersson. 2006. 399-404.
223.    Effect of Achyranthes aspera extract on phagocytosis by human neutrophils Mali, R.G., et al., Journal of Natural Remedies, 2006. 6(2): p. 115-119.
224.    Pharmacognostical and preliminary phytochemical studies of achyranthes aspera linn Krishnaveni, A. and S.R. Thaakur, Ancient science of life, 2006. 26(1-2): p. 1-5.
225.    Hypolipidemic Efficacy of Achyranthes aspera on Lipid Profile in Sesame oil fed Rats Krishnakumari, S. and K. Priya, Ancient science of life, 2006. 25(3-4): p. 49-56.
226.    Phytotoxic potential of Achyranthes aspera L. - A tropical medicinal weed of Pakistan Khan, D. and S.S. Shaukat, International Journal of Biology and Biotechnology, 2006. 3(1): p. 57-71.
227.    Seed treatment with nematicidal Rhizobium species for the suppression of Meloidogyne javanica root infection on mungmean Khan, A., M.J. Zaki, and T. Mahmood, International Journal of Biology and Biotechnology, 2006. 3(3): p. 575-578.
228.    Achyranthes aspera L extract act as antitumour and antioxidant potential against N-nitrosodiethylamine induced hepatocellular carcinoma in rats Kartik, R., et al., Annals of Oncology, 2006. 17: p. 32-32.
229.    Conservation status of wild medicinal plants in Satpura plateau of Madhya Pradesh. I. Abrus precatorius L., A.c.L.f.W., Acacia concinna (Willd) DC, Acanthospermum hispidum DC., and Achyranthes aspera L Chaubey, O. P., P.K. Shukla, and S. Jyoti, Vaniki Sandesh, 2006. 30(1): p. 24-27.
230.    Achyranthes aspera stimulates the immunity and enhances the antigen clearance in Catla catla Chakrabarti, R. and R.Y. Vasudeva, International Immunopharmacology, 2006. 6(5): p. 782-790.
231.    Wound healing activity of Achyranthes aspera Barua, C.C., et al., Acta Pharmacologica Sinica, 2006. 27: p. 329-329.
232.    Impact of magnum paper mill industry effluent on germination & early growth performance of Achyranthes aspera Linn. and Ricinus communis Linn Tyagi, K., S. Lata, and R.M. Johri, Advances in Plant Sciences, 2005. 18(2): p. 675-677.
233.    Dietary incorporation of Achyranthes aspera seed influences the immunity of common carp Cyprinus carpio Rao, Y.V. and R. Chakrabarti, Indian Journal of Animal Sciences, 2005. 75(9): p. 1097-1102.
234.    Antimicrobial activity of Apamarga (Achyranthes aspera Linn.) Prabhat, Navneet, and Krishna, National Academy Science Letters-India, 2005. 28(11-12): p. 379-381.
235.    Antimicrobial Properties of Achyranthes aspera Kaur, M., Y. Thakur, and R.C. Rana, Ancient science of life, 2005. 24(4): p. 168-73.
236.    Study on antibacterial activity in vitro from water extracts of Achyranthes aspera in Fujian Province Guo, J., et al., Journal of Fuzhou University, 2005. 33(2): p. 269-272.
237.    Distribution and ecology of Achyranthes aspera L. in alwar district of Rajasthan Agarwal, T. and A.S. Yadav, Journal of Phytological Research, 2005. 18(2): p. 149-154.
238.    Potential medicinal herbs for agroforestry systems on drylands: growth and yield of apamarg (Achyranthes aspera Linn.) under canopies of tree species Suresh, K., P. Farzana, and M.M. Azam, Range Management and Agroforestry, 2004. 25(2): p. 129-133.
239.    Adsorption studies of Fe (II) on Achyranthes aspera Sayyed, H., M.J. Jadhav, and F. Mazhar, International Journal of Chemical Sciences, 2004. 2(3): p. 331-336.
240.    Potentiation of antibody production in Indian major carp Labeo rohita, r., by Achyranthes aspera as a herbal feed ingredient Rao, Y. V., et al., Aquaculture, 2004. 238(1-4): p. 67-73.
241.    Pharmacognostic studies of Achyranthes aspera Linn. under the impact of industrial effluent Kavita, T., et al., Biochemical and Cellular Archives, 2004. 4(2): p. 147-150.
242.    Achyranthes aspera (Amaranthaceae) a new indigenous addition to the flora of the Kermadec Islands group de Lange, P.J., R.P. Scofield, and T. Greene, New Zealand Journal of Botany, 2004. 42(2): p. 167-173.
243.    Effect of alcohol extract of Achyranthes aspera Linn. on acute and subacute inflammation Vetrichelvan, T. and M. Jegadeesan, Phytotherapy Research, 2003. 17(1): p. 77-79.
244.    Preliminary research results on application of a local medicinal herb (Achyranthes aspera) as dietary supplement to sows to prevent diarrhea in piglets Pham Hong, S., et al., Livestock Research for Rural Development, 2003. 15(7): p. 8-article 8.
245.    Comparative microbiological activities of ethanolic extracts of roots and aerial parts of achyranthes aspera linn Kumar, S.S., et al., Ancient science of life, 2003. 22(4): p. 140-5.
246.    Cardiac toxicity caused by Achyranthes aspera Han, S.T. and C.C. Lin, Veterinary and Human Toxicology, 2003. 45(4): p. 212-213.
247.    Immunomodulatory activity of Achyranthes aspera on the elicitation of antigen-specific murine antibody response Vasudeva, R.Y., et al., Pharmaceutical Biology, 2002. 40(3): p. 175-178.
248.    Impact of feeding ethanolic extracts of Achyranthes aspera Linn. on reproductive functions in male rats Sandhyakumary, K., R.G. Boby, and M. Indira, Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 2002. 40(11): p. 1307-1309.
249.    Evaluation of diuretic activity of Achyranthes aspera (Chirchita) in goats Nazish, J., A. Riaz, and H. Faqir, Pakistan Veterinary Journal, 2002. 22(3): p. 124-127.
250.    Phytochemical study of Achyranthes aspera Linn Chauhan, A.S., G.S. Rawat, and C.P. Singh, Asian Journal of Chemistry, 2002. 14(2): p. 1059-1061.
251.    Cancer chemopreventive activity of Achyranthes aspera leaves on Epstein-Barr virus activation and two-stage mouse skin carcinogenesis Chakraborty, A., et al., Cancer Letters, 2002. 177(1): p. 1-5.
252.    Diuretic activity of alcoholic extract and decoction of Achyranthes aspera Linn. in rats Vetrichelvan, T. and M. Jegadeesan, Hamdard Medicus, 2001. 44(3): p. 38-41.
253.    Studies of Kshara, a.A.m.o.t.K.m.f.t.w.p.o.A.a.L.i.S.L.M., M., et al., Journal of Traditional Medicines, 2001. 18(4): p. 177-181.
254.    Antimicrobial activity of root extracts of Achyranthes aspera L Loganathan, V., et al., Hamdard Medicus, 2001. 44(4): p. 40-43.
255.    Achyranthes aspera elevates thyroid hormone levels and decreases hepatic lipid peroxidation in male rats Tahiliani, P. and A. Kar, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 2000. 71(3): p. 527-532.
256.    Indian medicinal plants: 1. Achyranthes aspera L Reddy, M.H., Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany, 2000. 24(3): p. 627-630.
257.    Secondary growth in the stem of some species of Alternanthera and Achyranthes aspera (Amaranthaceae) Rajput, K.S. and K.S. Rao, Iawa Journal, 2000. 21(4): p. 417-424.
258.    A toxic principle in the leaves of Leucas lavendulaefolia rees and Achyranthes aspera L Philomina, N.S. and J.V.S. Rao, Journal of Environmental Biology, 2000. 21(3): p. 223-226.
259.    Investigation of the antimicrobial activity of Achyranthes aspera (L.) Chakraborty, A., A.H. Brantner, and B.K. Chowdhury, Phytomedicine (Jena), 2000. 7(Supplement 2): p. 83-84.
260.    Phytochemical investigations of Achyranthes aspera Linn Tatke, P. and S.Y. Gabhe, Indian Journal of Natural Products, 1999. 15(2): p. 26-28.
261.    Form and function of Achyranthes aspera Linn. under air pollution stress Dhir, B., et al., Journal of Environmental Biology, 1999. 20(1): p. 19-23.
262.    Studies on the antibacterial properties of Achyranthes aspera stems Raman, M.H., A.B.M. Faroque, and S.N. Islam, Fitoterapia, 1996. 67(1): p. 92-93.
263.    Isolation and characterization of two new compounds from Achyranthes aspera Linn Misra, T.N., et al., Indian Journal of Chemistry Section B-Organic Chemistry Including Medicinal Chemistry, 1996. 35(6): p. 637-639.
264.    2 LONG-CHAIN COMPOUNDS FROM ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA Misra, T.N., et al., Phytochemistry, 1993. 33(1): p. 221-223.
265.    ANTIFUNGAL ESSENTIAL OIL AND A LONG-CHAIN ALCOHOL FROM ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA Misra, T.N., et al., Phytochemistry, 1992. 31(5): p. 1811-1812.
266.    HYPOLIPIDEMIC ACTIVITY OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA LINN IN NORMAL AND TRITON INDUCED HYPERLIPEMIC RATS Khanna, A.K., et al., Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 1992. 30(2): p. 128-130.
267.    ETHNOMEDICINAL USES OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA L. IN ORISSA INDIA Girach, R.D., Aminuddin, and S.A. Khan, International Journal of Pharmacognosy, 1992. 30(2): p. 113-115.
268.    Impact of coal-smoke pollution on the growth performance of Achyranthes aspera Linn Ansari, M.K. and M. Igbal, New Botanist, 1992. 19(1-4): p. 81-84.
269.    AN ALIPHATIC DIHYDROXYKETONE FROM ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA Misra, T.N., et al., Phytochemistry, 1991. 30(6): p. 2076-2078.
270.    EVALUATION OF THE HYPOGLYCEMIC EFFECT OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA IN NORMAL AND ALLOXAN-DIABETIC RABBITS Akhtar, M.S. and J. Iqbal, Journal of Ethnopharmacology, 1991. 31(1): p. 49-57.
271.    COMPARATIVE PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND LEVELS OF METABOLITES IN LEAVES AND CHLOROPLASTS OF SUN-ADAPTED AND SHADE-ADAPTED PLANTS OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA LIN Vora, A.B., J.A. Patel, and B.L. Punjani, Journal of Environmental Biology, 1989. 10(2): p. 159-164.
272.    PRIMARY VASCULAR DIFFERENTIATION IN ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA L Raj, D.N.M. and S.P. Nagar, Flora, 1989. 183(3-4): p. 327-335.
273.    Description of a new Indian gall-midge (Diptera: Cecidomyiidae: Lasiopteridi) causing galls on Achyranthes aspera Linn. (Amaranthaceae) Sharma, R.M., Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 1988. 85(2): p. 376-379.
274.    STRUCTURE, C.A.P.I.A.-A.L.D.R.V.I.T.S.O.K.K., D., S.S. Shaukat, and S. Ismail, Pakistan Journal of Botany, 1987. 19(2): p. 157-174.
275.    CONTRACEPTIVE AND HORMONAL PROPERTIES OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA IN RATS AND HAMSTERS Wadhwa, V., et al., Planta Medica, 1986(3): p. 231-233.
276.    Leaf blight of Achyranthes aspera L Saraswat, R.P. and K.G. Mukerji, Indian Phytopathology, 1986. 36(3): p. 573-574.
277.    HISTOLOGICAL STUDIES OF SCARLET RED PATCH INDUCED BY THE WHITEFLY BEMISIA-TABACI GENNADIUS ON UNDERSURFACE OF LEAF OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA LINN Jesudasan, R.W.A. and B.V. David, Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 1986. 83(1): p. 245-248.
278.    ON THE OCCURRENCE OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA-VAR-PUBESCENS IN THE TAMIL-NADU CARNATIC INDIA Rani, N., Journal of the Bombay Natural History Society, 1985. 82(2): p. 446-448.
279.    ONTOGENY OF CAMBIUM IN AMARANTHUS-CAUDATUS L AND ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA L Bhambie, S. and A.P. Sharma, Proceedings of the Indian Academy of Sciences-Plant Sciences, 1985. 95(5): p. 295-301.
280.    ANTISECRETORY PROPERTIES OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA Qadry, J.S., et al., Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 1984. 46(1): p. 45-45.
281.    WEED-CROP INTERACTION WITH REFERENCE TO CALIOTHRIPS-INDICUS THYSANOPTERA THRIPIDAE ON ARACHIS-HYPOGAEA FABACEAE AND AN ALTERNATIVE WEED HOST ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA AMARANTHACEAE Mohan Daniel, A., N. Bakthavatsalam, and N. Suresh Kumar, Entomon, 1984. 9(1): p. 47-52.
282.    WEED-CROP INTERACTION WITH REFERENCE TO CALIOTHRIPS-INDICUS (BAGNALL) (THYSANOPTERA, T.O.A.-H.W.F.A.A.A.W.H.A.-A.L.A.D., A. M., N. Bakthavatsalam, and N.S. Kumar, Entomon, 1984. 9(1): p. 47-51.
283.    AN INTERESTING CASE OF TERATOLOGY IN ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA Billore, K.V., Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany, 1984. 5(2): p. 441-444.
284.    POLYPLOIDY IN ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA AND CHRYSANTHEMUM-LEUCANTHEMUM Kumar, A., Acta Botanica Indica, 1982. 10(1): p. 141-142.
285.    EFFECT OF APAMARGA ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA ANTARDHOOMA BHASMA ON CASES OF TAMAKA SHWASA BRONCHIAL ASTHMA Charyulu, G.P., Indian Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences, 1982. 44(1): p. 31-31.
286.    SPATIAL AND SEASONAL DISTRIBUTION PATTERNS OF SOME PHYTOPHAGOUS THRIPS THYSANOPTERA INSECTA INFESTING RICINUS-COMMUNIS EUPHORBIACEAE AND ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA AMARANTHACEAE Anathakrishnan, T.N., A.M. Daniel, and N.S. Kumar, Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy Part B Biological Sciences, 1982. 48(2): p. 183-189.
287.    Spatial and seasonal distribution patterns of some phytophagous trips (Thysanoptera: Insecta) infesting Ricinus communis Linn. (Euphorbiaceae) and Achyranthes aspera Linn. (Amarantacea) Ananthakrishnan, T.N., A. Mohan Daniel, and N. Suresh Kumar, Proceedings of the Indian National Science Academy Part B Biological Sciences, 1982. 48(2): p. 183-189.
288.    STRUCTURE OF 2 NEW SAPONINS FROM ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA Seshadri, V., A.K. Batta, and S. Rangaswami, Indian Journal of Chemistry Section B-Organic Chemistry Including Medicinal Chemistry, 1981. 20(9): p. 773-775.
289.    Interaction of parthenin with gibberellic acid on growth responses in Achyranthes aspera and barley Kuldeep, S., S.N. Khosla, and S.N. Sobti, Indian Journal of Weed Science, 1981. 13(1): p. 63-70.
290.    METABOLIC CHARACTERISTIC AT ENZYMATIC LEVELS OF ACHYRANTHES LEAVES INFECTED WITH WHITE RUST Purohit, S.D., K.G. Ramawat, and H.C. Arya, Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 1980. 18(1): p. 98-99.
291.    SEED DORMANCY IMPOSED BY COVERING STRUCTURES IN ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA Pandya, S.M. and V.S. Pathak, Geobios (Jodhpur), 1980. 7(2): p. 74-76.
292.    ON MEDULLARY BUNDLES OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA L Misraraj, D.N. and S.P. Nagar, Flora, 1980. 169(6): p. 530-534.
293.    MEDULLARY BUNDLES OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA Misra Raj, D.N. and S.P. Nagar, Flora (Jena), 1980. 169(6): p. 530-534.
294.    UROMYCES-PAVGII GOSWAMI ET NGACHAN - NEW RUST TAXON ON ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA L Goswami, R.N. and S.V. Ngachan, Current Science, 1979. 48(15): p. 697-698.
295.    CARBOHYDRATE, P., PHENOLS AND ENZYMES (PPO, PRO AND JAA OXIDASE) IN GALL AND NORMAL TISSUES OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA L Shekhawat, N. S., K.G. Ramawat, and H.C. Arya, Current Science, 1978. 47(20): p. 780-781.
296.    ABORTIFACIENT PRINCIPLE OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA LINN Pakrashi, A. and N. Bhattacharya, Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, 1977. 15(10): p. 856-858.
297.    EFFECT OF CHROMATOGRAPHIC FRACTIONS OF PLANT ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA LINN ON FERTILITY IN FEMALE ALBINO MICE Pakrashi, A., N. Mookerji, and B. Basak, Journal of Reproduction and Fertility, 1975. 43(1): p. 127-128.
298.    EFFECT OF UREA AND AMMONIUM SULFATE ON THE RESPIRATION RATE OF THE WHEAT SEEDS Zain Ul, A. and F. Chaudhry, Proceedings of the Pakistan Science Conference, 1974. 25(3): p. D-4.
299.    Some common weeds of South Indian tea fields. 13. Ipomoea nil (L.) Roth. and Achyranthes aspera L Haridas, P. and V.S. Sharma, Planters' Chronicle, 1974. 69(9): p. 175-176.
300.    A note on Achyranthes aspera L., m.v.o.a.C., Tamil Nadu Mariappan, V., C.V. Govindaswami, and K. Ramakrishnan, Indian Journal of Weed Science, 1973. 5(1): p. 48-49.
301.    MOSAIC OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA 1ST RECORD FROM INDIA Verma, V.S. and S. Singh, Phytopathologische Zeitschrift, 1972. 73(4): p. 375-376.
302.    CARDIAC STIMULANT ACTIVITY OF SAPONIN OF ACHYRANTHES ASPERA (LINN) Gupta, S.S., A.K. Ram, and A.W. Bhagwat, Indian Journal of Medical Research, 1972. 60(3): p. 462-&.
303.    CARDIAC STIMULANT ACTIVITY OF THE SAPONIN OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA Gupta, S.S., A.W. Bhagwat, and A.K. Ram, Indian Journal of Medical Research, 1972. 60(3): p. 462-471.
304.    PHOSPHORYLASE ACTIVITY OF THE SAPONIN OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA-D APAMARGA Ram, A.K., A.W. Bhagwat, and S.S. Gupta, Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 1971. 15(2): p. 1971-1971.
305.    EFFECT OF THE SAPONIN OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA-D ON THE PHOSPHORYLASE ACTIVITY OF RAT HEART Ram, A.K., A.W. Bhagwat, and S.S. Gupta, Indian Journal of Physiology and Pharmacology, 1971. 15(3): p. 107-110.
306.    ECDYSTERONE - INSECT MOULTING HORMONE FROM ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA (AMARANTHACEAE) Ikan, R., et al., Experientia, 1971. 27(5): p. 504-&.
307.    SEASONAL VARIATION IN CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA-D AND ACHYRANTHES-BIDENTATA-D Ratra, P.S. and K.C. Misra, Indian Forester, 1970. 96(5): p. 372-375.
308.    EFFECT OF SPRAYING SODIUM ARSENITE ON WEEDS ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA-D CASSIA-TORA-D AND RUELLIA-TUBEROSA-D Khosla, S.N. and V.R. Dnyansagar, Journal of the University of Bombay, 1970. 39(66): p. 77-82.
309.    STRUCTURE OF SAPONIN A AND SAPONIN B FROM THE SEEDS OF ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA-D Hariharan, V. and S. Rangaswami, Phytochemistry (Oxford), 1970. 9(2): p. 409-414.
310.    INSECT MOULTING HORMONE FROM ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA Banerji, A. and M.S. Chadha, Phytochemistry, 1970. 9(7): p. 1671-&.
311.    APAMARGA ANTI INFECT ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA-D IN THE TREATMENT OF LEPROMATOUS LEPROSY DI AMINODIPHENYL SULFONE ANTI INFECT HUMAN Ojha, D. and G. Singh, Leprosy Review, 1968. 39(1): p. 23-30.
312.    Investigation of Achyranthes aspera Linn Kapoor, V.K. and H. Singh, Indian J Pharm, 1967. 29((10)): p. 285-288.
313.    EFFECT OF HERBICIDES ON GERMINATION OF SEEDS OF SOME WEEDS ABSTRACT ACHYRANTHES-ASPERA-D CASSIA-TORA-D RUELLIA-TUBEROSA-D 2 4 D HERBIC Dnyansagar, V.R. and S.N. Khosla, Indian Science Congress Association Proceedings, 1967. 54(3): p. 354-354.
314.    Role of an Indigenous drug (Achyranthes aspera) in the management of reactions in leprosy preliminary observations Ojha, D., S.N. Tripathi, and G. Singh, Leprosy Rev, 1966. 37((2)): p. 115-120.
315.    ISOLATION OF BETAINE FROM ACHYRANTHES ASPERA LINN Kapoor, V.K. and H. Singh, Indian Journal of Chemistry, 1966. 4(10): p. 461-&.
316.    Pharmacological study of Achyranthes aspera Linn. A preliminary report Gambhir, S.S., A.K. Sanyal, and N.K. Chowdhury, Indian journal of physiology and pharmacology, 1965. 9(4): p. 185-8.
317.    PYRENOCHAETA ACHYRANTHIDIS SP NOV ON ACHYRANTHES ASPERA L IN INDIA Mathur, R.S., L.S. Chauhan, and S.C. Verma, Current Science, 1964. 33(14): p. 435-&.
318.    Effect of Achyranthes aspera in the treatment of leprosy Tripathi, S.N., G.N. Chaturvedi, and G.P. Dube, J Med Sci Bsnaras Hindu Univ, 1963. 4((2)): p. 103-112.
319.    Naturally occurring polyploidy in Achyranthes aspera L. Amarantaceae Tandon, S.L. and G.R. Rao, Sci Cult, 1963. 29((4)): p. 210-211.
320.    ECOLOGICAL OBSERVATIONS ON ACHYRANTHES ASPERA LINN Ramakrishnan, P.S., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences India Section B-Biological Sciences, 1963. 33(1): p. 45-&.
321.    PROBLEMS IN AUTECOLOGY OF WEED FLORA OF INDIA .1. ECOLOGY OF ACHYRANTHES ASPERA LINN Ramakrishnan, P.S., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences India Section B-Biological Sciences, 1963. 33(1): p. 41-&.
322.    Problems in autecology of weed flora of India. I. Ecology of Achyranthes aspera Linn Ramakrishnan, P.S. Annual Number 1960. National Academy of Sciences, India. 1961. 110-111.
323.    PHARMACOGNOSTICAL STUDIES ON ACHYRANTHES ASPERA LINN Prasad, S. and I.C. Bhattacharya, Journal of Scientific & Industrial Research, 1961. C 20(8): p. 246-+.
324.    Autecological study Achyranthes aspera, L.M., L. P. and K.C. Arzare, Saugar. U. Bot. Soc. B., 1958. 8(2): p. 69-76.
325.    The sapogenin from seeds of Achyranthes aspera Linn Khastgir, H.N., S.K. Sengupta, and P. Sengupta, Jour Indian Chem Soc, 1958. 35((9)): p. 693-694.
326.    Oleanolic acid from Achyranthes aspera Linn Khastgir, H.N. and P.S. Gupta, Jour Indian Chem Soc, 1958. 35((7)): p. 529-530.
327.    Autecological study of Achyranthes aspera Linn Mall, L.P., Bull Bot Soc Univ Saugar, 1956. 8((2)): p. 69-76.
328.    Chemical examination of the seeds of Achyranthes aspera Linn Gopalachari, R. and M.L. Dhar, Journal of Scientific and Industrial Research, 1952. 11B: p. 209-209.
329.    Chemical examination of the seeds of Achyranthes Aspera Linn Dhar, M.L. and R. Gopalachari, Jour Sci and Indust Res [India], 1952. 11B((5)): p. 209-209.
330.    The origin and course of vascular bundles in Achyranthes aspera, L.D., R. H., Annals of Botany, 1925. 39(156): p. 539-545.
331.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating chyluria, c.h.d., Achyranthes aspera, junci medulla, longhairy antenoron herb, Lycopodium clavatum, Humulus scandens, ambergris, and deerhorn glue Zhong, A. Zhong A.
332.    Preparing traditional Chinese medicine useful for treating diabetes caused by urinary tract infection comprises e.g. taking Desmodium, A.a.A.a., adding water, decocting, filtering, concentrating and drying Zheng, Y. Zheng Y.
333.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition useful for treating cough, c.m.e.o.A.a., cortex mori radicis, Perilla, root of common peony, Chinese yam, bellflower, radix bupleuri, almond and licorice Zhao, M. Nanjing Zhengliang Pharm Technology Co.
334.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating kidney deficiency and sub-health, c.D., Millettia root, pearl barley, Achyranthes aspera, rhizoma atractylodis, elecampane, rhizoma cibotii, Flemingia root and Eucommia ulmoides Zhao, B. Zhao B.
335.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition for treating liver cirrhosis comprises raw materials e.g. lobelia, t.g.s., peach blossom, Achyranthes aspera, Polygonum Aviculare Zhang, Z. Jinan Weichuan Information Technology Co.
336.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition useful for treating constipation, c.h.s., bunge cherry seed, Aloe vera, malt, hawthorn, Achyranthes aspera, and water Zhang, Y. Zhang Y.
337.    Traditional Chinese medicinal smoked lotion used for treating acute anal eczema, c.e., small longhairy antenoron herb, water-willow, pineapple puff wood stem leaf, Paraboea sinensis and Achyranthes aspera Zhang, J. Zhang J.
338.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating chronic bronchitis, c.A.a., cypress leaves, carrot seed, Setaria faberii, purslane, Euphorbia hirta, Trigonotis peduncularis and gourd vine Zhang, J. Zhang J.
339.    Oral traditional Chinese medicinal composition useful for treating chronic pharyngitis, c.d.k., nightshade, Achyranthes aspera, radix scrophulariae, Paris polyphylla, and Trametes robiniophila Murr Zhang, F. Zhang F.
340.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition used for treating infantile bacterial enteritis, i.h.c., Lophatherum gracile, hibiscus leaf, herba lycopi, Eclipta, Achyranthes aspera, ricepaper pith, and horsetail Yuan, L. Yuan L.
341.    Prescription, u.f.c.t., comprises radix Scrophularia, radix Rehmannia, Achyranthes aspera, and Asarum You, Y. You Y.
342.    Medicinal composition useful for treating diphtheria, o.b.p.r.m.e.g.r.r., Anemarrhena asphodeloides, Achyranthes aspera and Lophatherum gracile into powder, and refining honey with powder Yin, T. Yin T.
343.    Combination medicine used for e.g. treating cold, c.A.a., Homonoia riparia, herba elephantopi, fingered citron, climbing groundsel herb, wild Chrysanthemum flower, chlorpheniramine maleate and caffeine Ye, Y. Ye Y.
344.    Traditional Chinese medicine useful for treating liver and gallbladder moist-heat type gallstones, c.e.g.s.r.p.p., Artemisia scoparia, Achyranthes aspera, Avicennia pricklyash root and broom cypress fruit Yao, X. and D. Zhao. Yao X.
345.    Ointment for treating rheumatism, c.L.c., Wu Chia Pee, Achyranthes aspera, medlar, Alangium, erberry and oriental biter weed Yang, Z. Yang Z.
346.    Pill useful for treating traumatic injury, c.o.b.r., trumpet creeper root, Alangium root, Clematis chinensis root, Achyranthes aspera root, Acanthopanax root, Verbena root and rhizoma imperatae Yang, Z. Yang Z.
347.    Gui-Shao-wu zhi tea useful for e.g. treating kidney deficiency and male infertility, c.A., Alisma orientale, Chinese dodder seed, medlar, raspberry, Chinese magnolia vine, common cnidium fruit and Achyranthes aspera Yang, T. and X. Gou. Yang T.
348.    Traditional Chinese medicine used e.g. for treating osteoporosis comprises Lysidice rhodostegia, s.l., Achyranthes aspera, Eclipta, gong lao zi, Atractylodes, placenta, red yeast rice, loofah, saffron, Inula and basil stems Yang, D. Yang D.
349.    Traditional Chinese medicine useful for treating traumatic injury, b.t.a.c.g., comprises pseudoginseng, Verbena, dwarf lilyturf root, Achyranthes aspera, giant knotweed, Costus root and Kadsura stem Yang, B. Yang B.
350.    Sterilizing powder used for preventing and treating fish enteritis disease includes sargent glory vine stem, C.a., burdock, radix scutellariae, climbing groundsel herb, Achyranthes aspera, stringy stonecrop and ginger Yan, Z. Yan Z.
351.    Medicine useful for treating idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, c.C.d., Rhodiola rosea, white lablab bean, radix codonopsitis, Achyranthes aspera, Gardenia, honeysuckle, cordate houttuynia, Salvia, and radix glycyrrhizae Yan, Z. Yan Z.
352.    Composition useful for e.g. treating hepatitis in duck and clearing away heat, c.A.a., Cynanchum atratum, Gentiana macrophylla, Magnolia officinalis, fructus evodiae, rhizoma cyperi, and shepherd's purse Yan, Z. Yan Z.
353.    Medicine used for treating animal breath rhonchus caused by pulmonary inhalation, c.r.t.p., herba patriniae, Achyranthes aspera, redroot gromwell, cortex lycii radicis and fasciculus vascularis luffae Yan, Z. Yan Z.
354.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating exogenous hyperthermia, c.r.-h.h.r., Achyranthes aspera, cordate houttuynia, Camellia, wild Chrysanthemum, honeysuckle leaves and fructus forsythiae Xu, Q. Univ Southeast.
355.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating lumbar muscle strain comprises Achyranthes aspera, l.p.a.r.c.X., G. Xu G.
356.    Medicine useful for e.g. treating sore throat, c.l.f., Corydalis tomentella, Cimicifuga foetida, Solanum dulcamara, Ruellia neesiana, Ervatamia hainanensis, Sonchus asper, Achyranthes aspera, Ardisia crispa and cucumber Xu, C. Xu C.
357.    Making traditional Chinese medicine lotion for treating swelling type closed fracture involves taking e.g. Achyranthes aspera, a.M., putting them into water, immersing, then decocting with slow fire, filtering and removing the dregs Xing, X., et al. Xing X; Wang Q.
358.    Traditional Chinese medicinal lozenge useful for laryngitis and sore throat, c.w.f., rock candy, Dysosma versipellis, Dipsacus, Rosa roxburghii root, Achyranthes aspera, Ixeris polycephala and barberry root Xiao, Y. Changsha Qiudian Information Technology.
359.    Medicinal composition useful for e.g. preventing and treating chicken adenovirus gastritis, c.A.l., Lonicera japonica, Achyranthes aspera, Glycyrrhiza uralensis, Pinellia ternata and Citrus reticulata Xiao, C., L. Zhang, and W. Jing. Beijing Keepyoung Technology Co Ltd.
360.    Medicine composition useful for preventing and treating viral hepatitis in duck, c.h.a.c., Andrographis paniculata, radix isatidis, caulis lonicerae, Achyranthes aspera, licorice and stringy stonecrop Xiao, C., L. Zhang, and W. Jing. Beijing Keepyoung Technology Co Ltd.
361.    Pharmaceutical composition useful for preventing and curing laying hens salpingitis comprises e.g. Achyranthes aspera, P.c., Smilax china, Spatholobus suberectus dunn, Sargentodoxa cuneata and licorice Xiao, C., L. Zhang, and W. Jing. Beijing Keepyoung Technology Co Ltd.
362.    Oral medicine used for tonsillectomy postoperative pain comprises holly, s.s., sesame seeds, Cyclea hypoglauca, Achyranthes aspera, and pubescent holly root Xia, Y. Sichuan Jintang Haina Biomedical Technol.
363.    Chinese medicinal composition useful for treating acute infection of upper respiratory tract, c.n.r., sweet wormwood, pubescent holly root, Achyranthes aspera, rough haired holly root and cusiae Wu, Z., C. Zhao, and F. Liang. Hangzhou Guzhi Pharm Technology Ltd.
364.    Capsule, u.f.t.p.d., comprises cordyceps sinensis, angelica, achyranthes aspera, pinellia cordata, borneol, musk, parnassia foliosa, Semen cuscutae and peach kernel Wu, S. Wu S.
365.    Preservative useful for seafoods, c.P.n., Achyranthes aspera, lemongrass, golden cypress, birch leaves, ginger, dandelion, radix scutellariae, wild Chrysanthemum and great burnet Wu, G. Liuzhou Beidifen Technology Co Ltd.
366.    Medicine composition used e.g. for treating infantile nephritis and nephropathy comprises Achyranthes aspera, H.c., Scutellaria barbata, motherwort, plantain herb, cogongrass rhizome, and Juncus effusus Wen, T. Anhui Yijiantang Traditional Chinese Medicine Decoction Piec.
367.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition useful for failed back surgery syndrome, c.r., Achyranthes aspera, motherwort, rhizoma bolbostemmae, oyster, radix bupleuri, Cyperus rotundus, Celastrus orbiculatus and amber Wei, C., Y. Zhu, and F. Zhang. Wei C.
368.    Traditional Chinese medicinal tablet, u.t.t.o., comprises e.g. radix clematidis, fructus psoraleae, Eucommia bark, Dipsacus asperoides, medlar, rhizoma anemarrhenae, Achyranthes aspera, Cistanche deserticola and oyster Wang, Z., et al. Wu J; Ningbo Bonded Zone Xinnuo Biotechnology.
369.    Soup useful for nourishing liver and kidney, c.r.a.b., giant knotweed, Gymnadenia conopsea, Achyranthes aspera, Picrasma quassioides, radix bupleuri, cowherb seed, fructus viticis, bean curd and jujube Wang, X. and H. Zhao. Harbin Shengyi Biological Technology Dev.
370.    Traditional Chinese medicine plaster used for, e.g.i.Q., includes semen lepidii, lignum pini nodi, green tangerine peel, Ipomoea pes-caprae, Achyranthes aspera, Lantana camara, and radix tripterygii wilfordii Wang, X. Wang X.
371.    Marine biological healthcare tea, e.g.u.f.i.d., includes carp fish bone, carp tail, clam shell, cuttlefish, caraway, Achyranthes aspera, fructus momordicae, and rhizoma arisaematis Wang, X. Qingdao Laohaoren Marine Biological Tech.
372.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition used for e.g. treating infantile acute suppurative tonsillitis and clearing away heat, c.A.a.r., subprostrate sophora, blackberry lily, balloonflower and mint Wang, W. and S. Xia. Wang W; Xia S.
373.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for nourishing liver and lung includes radix scrophulariae, c.h., concha cypraeae, cornu saigae tataricae, Uncaria rhynchophylla, Achyranthes aspera, semen ziziphi spinosae and Senecio scandens Wang, L. Harbin Lingchun Weidao Food Dev Co Ltd.
374.    Traditional Chinese medicine paste used for treating paronychia, c.a.h., removing blood stasis, relieving swelling and pain, comprises herba scutellariae barbatae, Angelica, Achyranthes aspera, and Ipomoea dragon Wang, C. Wang C.
375.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition used for treating migraine comprises Viola diamantiaca, A.t., Euphorbia hirta, indigo, dog's tail grass, Setaria faberi, bean, Achyranthes aspera and Physalis peruviana Tong, H. Tong H.
376.    Traditional Chinese medicine formulation used for reducing blood fat, c.m.t.b., carrot seed, big Euphorbia hirta, Achyranthes aspera, Melaleuca leaf and dog feces Tong, H. Tong H.
377.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating stranguria, c.A.f., herba Achyranthes aspera, radix cynanchi atrati, yerba de tajo, Japanese fern spore, Cyathula root, Gardenia, Orthosiphon stamineus and Crotalaria root Tang, H. Tang H.
378.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition used for treating hepatitis B, i.r.i., Lygodium, Millettia, Hedyotis diffusa, Gentiana, Scutellaria barbata, Polygonum cuspidatum, Andrographis, Atractylodes, and Achyranthes aspera Tang, A. Tang A.
379.    Nutritional powder useful for e.g. nourishing blood and promoting urination, c.b.r.f., fresh bamboo shoot, pseudoginseng, Rhodiola rosea, apple leaves, Achyranthes aspera and composite nutritional additive Sun, R. Maanshan Xinzhou Grapes Professional Coop.
380.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition useful for e.g. removing phlegm, c.d.a.e.b.s., contains Leptochloa seed, Verbena, Achyranthes aspera, hawthorn, lucid ganoderma and radix glycyrrhizae Sun, L. Yantai Ruizhi Biomedical Technology Co.
381.    Traditional Chinese medicine used e.g. for eliminating blood stasis, i.h.c.j., toad skin, eriocarpous glochidion leaf, calyx Isodon amethystoides, Achyranthes aspera, saffron, Chinese fan palm seed, and Japanese Salvia Sun, L. Yantai Ruizhi Biomedical Technology Co.
382.    Traditional Chinese medicine used e.g. for treating chronic osteomyelitis includes Ardisia pusilla, L., Bauhinia championii, Urena lobata, Lycopodium clavatum, Achyranthes aspera, Uncaria, and caulis spatholobi Su, G. Su G.
383.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating thyroid nodules, c.M.d., Dchisandra propingua, fruit of five-leaf Akebia, Achyranthes aspera, garden balsam, Curcuma zedoaria, Huperzia serrata and Alstonia mairei Song, G. Song G.
384.    Tea formulation useful for nourishing heart and calming nerves, c.C., Lotus leaf, Ageratum, Eupatorium, Achyranthes aspera, rough haired holly root, balloon flower and rock candy Shi, Y. Harbin Haotuo Biotechnology Dev Co Ltd.
385.    Medicinal granule used for moisturizing throat and relieving pain includes olive, l., lotus seed, boat-fruited sterculia, achyranthes aspera, white canary tree fruit, palm wood, licorice, Schefflera, and smoked plum Shi, Y. Harbin Haotuo Biotechnology Dev Co Ltd.
386.    Zornia gibbosa blood-cooling and detoxicating soup material used e.g. for stopping pain includes decyl styrene, C., Michelia yunnanensis, Pteris multifida, wormwood, Curcuma sichuanensis, Achyranthes aspera, and big tree licorice Shi, Y. Harbin Haotuo Biotechnology Dev Co Ltd.
387.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition useful e.g. for treating chronic heart failure, c.g., keel, radix paeoniae alba, Astragalus membranaceus, aconite, Euonymus centidens, Serissa serissoides and Achyranthes aspera Shao, K., J. Zhou, and W. Zhang. Qingdao Cent Hospital.
388.    Traditional Chinese medicine for treating liver stagnation and hysteromyoma, c.m., Lancea tibetica, Achyranthes aspera, peach, bergamot flower, Lathyrus sativus, Eupatorium, tuber pinellia, plum blossom and fountain palm Shao, F., H. Wu, and X. Xin. Xin X.
389.    Herbal formulation for treatment of bloat comprises leaf, b., stem, fruit, and/or seed of the plant Dendrocalamus strictus, Achyranthes aspera, Moringa oleifera, Mangifera indica, Madhuca indica, and additives including methylparaben Sah, K. and J. Sharma. Sah K; Sharma J.
390.    Synergistic salt supplemented herbal composition, u.f.t.e.g.a.r.i.a.i.c., comprises extract from herbs in powder form comprising e.g. Achyranthes aspera, and edible refined salt S, L. and N. K. Dalmia Cent Res & Dev.
391.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition useful for e.g. treating acute enteritis prepared using e.g. Saururus chinensis rhizome, C.n.r., Achyranthes aspera, Platycarya strobilacea, Cyclea racemosa root and gingko leaf Ren, D. Ren D.
392.    Medicinal composition used for treating heat and damp stagnation type abdominal pain and diarrhea, c.h.S., cortex dictamni, groundsel, Pyrrosia, jujube, rhizoma coptidis, Achyranthes aspera and root of Chinese Pulsatilla Ran, D. Jinan Haoze Environmental Protection Tec.
393.    Preparing feed additive comprises cleaning dandelion, b.l., Achyranthes aspera, blackberry lily, Chinese Lobelia, Patrinia and Cynanchum paniculatum, slicing cleaned material, adding sheet-shaped mixture into purified water Qu, T. Qingdao Tianrui Animal Husbandry Sci.
394.    Additive used for feeding poultry, c.C.f., Houttuynia cordata, rhizoma smilacis glabrae, Cassia twig, Cimicifuga foetida, Gardenia, Cassia seed, Achyranthes aspera, ginseng, radix Codonopsis, papaya, and dried ginger Qu, T. Qu T.
395.    Feed additive useful for preventing or treating cold in chicken poultry, c.d., bamboo leaves, Achyranthes aspera, Pyrrosia lingua, gypsum, selfheal, radix astragali, fructus forsythiae, and Chinese lobelia Qu, T. Qingdao Tianrui Animal Husbandry Sci.
396.    Feed additive useful for preventing and treating avian influenza in poultry includes dandelion, f.p., achyranthes aspera, blackberry lily, gypsum, selfheal, radix Scutellariae, forsythia, Chinese lobelia and herba patriniae Qu, T. Qingdao Tianrui Animal Husbandry Sci.
397.    Chinese medicine for treating endometritis, i.a.h.a., comprises raw materials e.g. Angelica, radix Astragalus root, raspberry, Eupatorium japonicum, Achyranthes aspera, ginseng, rhizoma Polygonati and rose flower Qu, L. Qu L.
398.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating chyluria includes Dianthus superbus, l.a.h., seed of Chinese dodder, junci medulla, Achyranthes aspera, herba equiseti hiemalis, decanter grass, antler glue, and ambergris Qiu, D. and R. Sun. Qiu D.
399.    Topical liniment used for treating venomous snake bites, c.w.C., Achyranthes aspera, Duchesnea indica, Stephania, Andrographis herb, rhizoma arisaematis, Cantharis, cicada shell, rhizoma smilacis and golden cypress Qian, X. Maanshan Dehongtang Biotechnology Co Ltd.
400.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating acute tonsillitis, i.g., radices trichosanthis, trollflower, licorice, radix scrophulariae, honeysuckle, Liriope spicata, Achyranthes aspera, Chinese Lobelia, and Chrysanthemum Qi, B. Xin R.
401.    Drug composition for treating cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, c.h.r., wild Salvia Miltiorrhiza Bge, Vernonia cinerea, Chinese Taxillus twig, Achyranthes aspera, Gardenia and Cassytha herb Pu, F. Pu F.
402.    Herbal composition useful for providing relief from muscular pain comprises blend of herbal extracts of aerial parts of Kalanchoe pinnata, K.c., Fagopyrum esculentum, Achyranthes aspera; and bark of Oroxylum indicum, and seed oil Prakash, D., et al. Univ Amity.
403.    Herbal composition useful for treating filariasis in human or animals, c.S.n.-v., Achyranthes aspera, excipient, carrier and/or adjuvant Pathak, N. Pathak N.
404.    Traditional Chinese medicinal formulation useful for e.g. treating ulcerative gingivitis, p.h., and removing toxin, comprises black date, Achyranthes aspera root, white Ulmus macrocarpa Hance, Areca piece and Omphalia Pan, S. Pan S.
405.    New herbal composition for treating gynecological and other related disorders comprises solvent extracted herbal extract and a plant coagulate Murali, P.M. Dalmia Cent Res & Dev.
406.    New alkaloid from leaves of Achyranthes aspera Linn. useful as anticancer drugs, i.w.t.a.i.t.n.o.l.M., D. K., Wurlina, and S. Zakaria. Univ Airlangga Lppm.
407.    Non-toxic capsule for treating nephritis, c.A.a., akebia stem, plantain herb, and soybean Mei, G. Mei G.
408.    Nutraceutical formulation, u.a.a.f.s.f.t.o., comprises Achyranthes aspera, Cyperus rotundus, and Amorphophallus konjac Mansharamani, J. K. and P. Srivastava. Nutraceuticals Res & Testing Cent Private Ltd.
409.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating undifferentiated intranasal carcinoma comprises Cocculus diversifolius, I.i., wild buckwheat, Chrysanthemum, Achyranthes aspera and selfheal Luo, Q. Chengdu Beijiate Biotechnology Co Ltd.
410.    Externally applied medicine useful for treating beriberi, c.V.l., rhizoma smilacis glabrae, Achyranthes aspera, Polygonum hydropiper, Mucuna and rice vinegar Luo, L., N. Wang, and W. Yu. Luo L.
411.    Traditional Chinese medicine, u.f.t.a.a.c.p., comprises Achyranthes aspera, plantain, fresh bamboo leaves, water celery, Ophiopogon japonicus, baked licorice, bellflower, mint leaves and bamboo grass Luo, J. Hefei Jinxiang Pharm Technology Co Ltd.
412.    Oral medicine used for treating intranasal undifferentiated carcinoma, c.y.d.r., fresh wild buckwheat, and fresh Achyranthes aspera Luo, J. Chengdu Feilong Water Treatment Technolo.
413.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition used for treating viral influenza, c.A.a., spurge, Physalis alkekengi, radix scrophulariae, myrobalan and balloon flower Luo, J. Luo J.
414.    Traditional Chinese medicine buccal tablet used for e.g. treating periodontitis comprises cicada ecdysis, w.c.f., Scutellaria barbata, mint, rhizoma phragmitis, Achyranthes aspera, Cynanchum atratum, licorice, and honey Lu, S., et al. Qingdao Municipal Hospital.
415.    Formulation useful for nourishing liver and kidney in myopia patient, c.s.b.s., radix cynanchi auriculati, plantain seed cornel, Plantago, black olive leaves, green foxtail, Achyranthes aspera and Polygonatum Liu, Z. Liu Z.
416.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating laryngeal mucus cyst includes rhizoma curcumae longae, C.r.f., Corydalis amabilis, small blood vine, motherwort flower, Costus root, Trogopterus dung, Mucuna and Achyranthes aspera Liu, Y. Liu Y.
417.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating lung-heat cough, c.C., Scutellaria baicalensis, Cortex Phellodendri, rhubarb, fructus gardeniae, radix sophorae flavescentis, semen armeniacae amarae and Achyranthes aspera Liu, T. Liu T.
418.    Traditional Chinese medicine useful for e.g. treating acute suppurative tympanitis, c.P.a., Pothos, Torenia vagans leaves, Achyranthes aspera, bamboo shoot, Dendrobium nobile, Calendula officinalis and alum Liu, L., et al. Liu L.
419.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating dermatitis includes teff, G., Achyranthes aspera, chaste tree, hair speedwell, dyers woad root, and clover tooth Liu, J., J. Wang, and R. Zhai. Zhai R.
420.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition used for treating migraine, c.U., Serissa serissoides, radix puerariae, Chrysanthemum, Kadsura stem, dutchman's pipe, Apocynum venetum, Achyranthes aspera and caulis polygoni multiflori Liu, H. Liu H.
421.    Traditional Chinese medicinal granule useful for treating uterine prolapse, c.r.c., Chinese yam, Achyranthes aspera, elecampane, balloon flower, Rabdosia longituba, Hibiscus esculentus and Japanese dock root Liu, H. Liu H.
422.    Traditional Chinese medicine useful for treating atherosclerosis, c.e.g.h.l., Apocynum venetum leaves, Achyranthes aspera, Eupatorium, Sida acuta Acorus gramineus, raspberry, velvet antler and Fallopia multiflora Liu, C. Liu C.
423.    Drug for treating sore throat comprises cicada slough, b.-f.S.s., radix Scrophularia, radix Rehmannia, radix isatidis and Achyranthes aspera Liu, B. Liu B.
424.    Medicinal composition used for treating viral influenza, c.A.a., spurge, Physalis, radix scrophulariae, myrobalam and balloon flower Liu, B. Liu B.
425.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating achalsaia, c.T.h., kaempfer dutchmanspipe root, towel gourd vine, Achyranthes aspera, Curcuma zedoaria, Euonymus root, Rubus alceaefolius and Rhaphidophora decursiva Liu, B. Liu B.
426.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating mesenteric cyst, i.b., pangolin, luffa stem, girald larkspur root, climbing fig receptacle, longpeduncle kadsura root, Achyranthes aspera, garden balsam seed and chickweed Liu, B. Liu B.
427.    Chinese medicine for treating bone fracture, c.c.b.h., Toricellia angulata, woodlouse, berghaan, Achyranthes aspera, longtube ground ivy, Homalomena, branched horsetail, bottle gourd and Albizia Ling, F. and W. Ling. Ling P.
428.    Traditional Chinese medicinal healthcare powder used for reducing blood viscosity and reducing incidence of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular diseases, c.a., Achyranthes aspera, dandelion and pseudoginseng Lin, K. Lin K.
429.    Composition is prepared by mixing Achyranthes aspera, q., jujube, water, tea, vinegar and Japanese apricot beverage, and diluting mixture Lim, Y. K. Lim Y K.
430.    Inhibiting cucumber bacterial downy mildew using medicine by extracting e.g. honeysuckle, a.A.a.u.e.s., and adding e.g. clove oil and chlorothaloni Li, X. Qingdao Dongyi Jinhe Agric Sci & Technol.
431.    Feed additive, u.f.t.p., comprises reed root, Achyranthes aspera, radix Ampelopsis, tree peony root bark, purslane, Chrysanthemum, Hedyotis herb, cortex lycii radicis, caulis trachelospermi and gypsum Li, X. Qingdao Dongyi Jinhe Agric Sci & Technology Co Ltd.
432.    Fungicidal composition used for preventing and treating downy mildew in greenhouse cucumber, c.c.w.p., honeysuckle, Achyranthes aspera, biofungicide, clove oil, and chlorothalonil Li, X. Qingdao Dongyi Jinhe Agric Sci & Technology Co Ltd.
433.    Herbal tea useful for e.g. clearing away heat, a.c.h., prepared using e.g. yam, tuckahoe, honey suckle, Alisma orientale, Achyranthes aspera, aconite, red ginseng, laurel oil, radix glycyrrhizae preparata, and fructus amomi Li, X. Li X.
434.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition used for treating acute tonsillitis, c.f.f., honeysuckle, sowthistle tasselflower herb, herba pyrolae, root of Rehmannia, Achyranthes aspera, and Oroxylum indicum Li, M., L. Liang, and J. Zhang. Zhang J.
435.    Medicinal composition useful for treating gynaecological inflammation, c.r.s.f., herba fibraureae recisae, Achyranthes aspera, Chinese lobelia, fructus cnidii and rhizoma zedoariae Li, L. and J. Wang. Li L.
436.    Oral medicine for treating erysipelas comprises radix isatidis, c., Rosa chinensis, golden cypress, rhizoma Atractylodis, wild Chrysanthemum, Folium isatidis, Viola, Lithospermum, cortex moutan, cape jasmine and Achyranthes aspera Li, J. and Y. Li. Li J.
437.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition used for treating irregular menstruation, c.m., Angelica, Corydalis tuber, Atractylodes rhizome, ginseng, sargentg loryvine, radix stephaniae tetrandrae and Achyranthes aspera Li, J. Suzhou Tianling Chinese Herbal Slices Co.
438.    Feed useful for piglet, c.k., bean residue, field snail meat, Achyranthes aspera, peanut kernel, dried longan pulp, tangerine endocarp, yam, apple juice, egg white, soybean oil, loach bone, white lotus, and honeysuckle Li, J. Hecian Fengtaishan Yuxin Animal Husbandr.
439.    Feed for pig breeding, c.C.d., chives, bamboo, Achyranthes aspera, Chinese chestnut, dried longan pulp, tangerine white endocarp, common yam rhizome, apple juice, saffron, honeysuckle and medlar Li, J. Hecian Fengtaishan Yuxin Animal Husbandr.
440.    Special disinfectant for pig house, i.s., Cyrtomium fortunei, rhizoma atractylodis, Achyranthes aspera, Chinese chestnut, rhizoma acori graminei, tangerine white endocarp, Fritillaria cirrhosa, and fructus forsythiae Li, J. Hecian Fengtaishan Yuxin Animal Husbandr.
441.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating wry mouth, c.l.p., walnut kernel, Corydalis decumbens, self-heal, dayflower, Achyranthes aspera, Cynanchum paniculatum and essence Li, A. Li A.
442.    Chinese medicine useful for treating gonorrhoea caused by bacteria, c.E., immature bitter orange, Achyranthes aspera, giant knotweed, nodus nelumbinis rhizomatis and seed of Chinese dodder Lei, S., C. Lei, and Y. Mai. Changzhou Yahuan Environmental Protectio.
443.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition used for preventing and treating cattle cold, c.C.h., Adenosma indianum, Achyranthes aspera, Streptoculon griffithii, Momordica grosvenori, Ivy and orange Lei, S. Lei S.
444.    Herbal composition, u.f.t.e.g.l.d., jaundice, cirrhosis, hepatitis, coughs and galactosemia, comprises Ampelocissus latifolia, Lantana camara, Eupatorium odoratum, Achyranthes aspera, and Tridax procumbens Lalmuanzova,. Lalmuanzova.
445.    Foot-bath formulation used for relieving rheumatoid arthritis, c.g., Astragalus membranaceus, Codonopsis pilosula, rhizoma coptidis, rhizoma curculiginis, seed of Chinese dodder, Achyranthes aspera and malaytea scurfpea fruit La, C. Guangxi Xinye Commerce & Trade Co Ltd.
446.    Preparing tea used for expelling toxin and promoting blood circulation, i.c.t., lotus seed, orange, Costus root, caulis spatholobi, honeysuckle, rhizoma anemarrhenae, Achyranthes aspera and radix linderae with water Kim, J. Harbin Lingdan Hongyun Tea Co Ltd.
447.    Herbal formulation useful for preparing herbal cream useful for preventing and/or treating cracked heels and palms, c.a.e.o.B.m.l., aerial portions of Achyranthes aspera, and Centella asiatica Joshi, D. D., M.K. Pant, and H. Kharkwal. Univ Amity.
448.    Herbal skin care formulation, u.t.e.g.r.a., comprises Bombyx mori leaf and Achyranthes aspera extract, stearic and linoleic acids aqueous cream of Aloe vera, ascorbic acid and lutein esters, methyl and propyl parabens, and water Joshi, D. D. Univ Amity.
449.    Contributions to the anatomy of Chenopodiaceae and Amarantaceae II. Primary vascular system of Achyranthes aspera L., C.p.B.a.F.l.J.J., Amar Chand, Jour Indian Bot Soc. 10((4)): p. 265-292.
450.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition used for treating blood stasis type postcholecystestomy syndrome, c.S.b., Limonium bicolor, Ganoderma lucidum, valerian, Achyranthes aspera and Digitaria ciliaris Jin, X. and N. Wang. Jin X.
451.    Pharmaceutical composition for treating acute pharyngitis such as chronic pharyngitis, s.t., sore throat, itchy throat and dry cough, comprises Achyranthes aspera, spurge, franchet groundcherry persistent calyx and figwort Jiang, W., J. Liu, and Q. Wang. Nanjing Tongrentang Medicine Ind Co Ltd; Nanjing Tongrentang Pharm Co Ltd.
452.    Fragrant sauce useful for e.g. promoting appetite, c.p., Cedrela sinensis, celery, lobster sauce, corn oil, apple cider vinegar, flour, radix isatidis, Cassia seed, coltsfoot, Achyranthes aspera, food modifier and water Jiang, K. Wuhe Kunpeng Food & Beverage Co Ltd.
453.    Method of wound healing using plant extracts from Achyranthes aspera Linn Hussain, I., et al. Ghosh P K; Gupta V B; Rathore M S; Hussain I.
454.    Traditional Chinese medicinal formulation useful for e.g. treating chronic prostatitis, c.g.c., seed of cowherb, wild Chrysanthemum, Achyranthes aspera, peach kernel, safflower, Chinese Angelica and herba epimedii Huang, W., et al. First Hospital Affiliated Wenzhou Medica.
455.    Sprinkle agent used for promoting wound healing, c.s.g.s., Achyranthes aspera, cortex ailanthi, caulis trachelospermi, beautyberry, carbonized hair, calamine, Angelica dahurica and herba scutellariae barbatae Huang, Q., et al. Gulin Pavay Gene Pharm Co Ltd.
456.    Healthcare tea useful e.g. for treating cold, p.b.a.d.i.c.h.c., liquorice, gypsum, sea coconut, Achyranthes aspera, Angelica dahurica and radix bupleuri Huang, H. Huang H.
457.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition used for treating chloasma, i.A.a., dragon's blood, dyers woad leaf, Ardisia japonica, Indian trumpetflower, radix paeoniae alba, Asparagus bean shell, and medical stone Huang, A., et al. Huang A.
458.    Feed additive useful for preventing and treating mumps in cattle contains reed root, A.a., radix ampelopsis, bark of tree peony root, puffball, Chrysanthemum, spreading Hedyotis herb, cortex lycii radicis, and honey Hu, Y., et al. Heilongjiang Vocational College Agric En.
459.    Medicine additive used for e.g. treating toxic heat dampness-type sow metritis includes Eupatorium, h.s.b., motherwort, Salvia chinensis, castor seed, red cohosh, Homalomena, adnate elder herb, and Achyranthes aspera Hu, H., et al. Song L.
460.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition for treating dermatophytosis, i.A.a., dandelion, radix bupleuri, ophiopogon root, dyers woad leaf, Cyrtomium fortunei, pseudoginseng, coix seed, and betelnut Hu, H., et al. Hu H.
461.    Medicine liquid used for treating skin disease, i.r.w., vinegar concentrate, ethanol, cresol, industrial acid, semen momordicae, cactus, caulis trachelospermi, Achyranthes aspera, unbracteolated spurge root and climbing fern He, Z. He Z.
462.    Preparing Achyranthes aspera ketoglycoside medicine useful for preventing and curing e.g. respiratory tract infection comprises cleaning and wringing A. aspera, s., eluting with polyamide resin, vacuum extracting and drying He, W., et al. Hefei Qixing Pharm Technology Co Ltd.
463.    Synergistic herbal composition useful for treating cancer comprises Achyranthes aspera root, C.t., Terminalia arjuna bark, Solanum torvum, Aloe vera dried whole plant, Piper nigrum fruit and Smilax china powdered roots Gupta, P. Gupta P.
464.    Extracting Achyranthes aspera extract useful for treating alcoholic hepatitis, c.c.o.r.e.o.A.a., filtering to obtain dregs, extracting the dregs, filtering, concentrating and deproteinizing Guo, M., et al. Univ Guangxi Traditional Chinese Medical.
465.    Chinese medicine mixt. for relieving radio-therapeutic reaction of nasopharyngeal cancer|includes fresh leaf of bush cinguefoil, c.h., ilex asprella root and achyranthes aspera, etc Gu, M. Gu M.
466.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition, u.f.t.g., comprises wild wampee, tea tree root, folium ilicis chinensis, giant knotweed, radix curcumae, Achyranthes aspera, Trichosanthes kirilowii, and Iphigenia indica Gong, P. and X. Zhao. Zhao X.
467.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition useful e.g. for treating furuncle, c.e.g.l.p.h., Hydrocotyle asiatica, herba rostellulariae, Oxalis, Polygonum cuspidatum, Achyranthes aspera and Melastoma dodecandrum Fu, Z. Fu Z.
468.    Traditional Chinese medicine used for treating ulcerative colitis, c.S.c., Pteris multifida, quercetin, white plum, Cimicifuga, Mahonia seed, Potentilla, Achyranthes aspera, black cardamom and radix astragali Fan, H., X. Fan, and B. Zhang. Fan H.
469.    Preparation of ecdysterone by adding fresh Achyranthes aspera roots into ethanol, h., filtering, decompressing, recycling, adding into water, stirring, filtering, adding into alumina, crystallizing, filtering, washing and drying Fan, G. and L. Wang. Suzhou Paiteng Biological Medicine Sci &; Suzhou Paiteng Biological Medicine Sci&.
470.    Herbal composition used for, e.g.t.a.p.m.c.p.e.o.C.p., Azadirachta indica, Vitex negundo, Tephrosia purpurea and Achyranthes aspera Devgania, B. S. Devgania B S.
471.    Chinese medicinal herb, u.f.t.b.s.l., comprises Chinese Angelica, root of red-rooted Salvia, frankincense, myrrh, Achyranthes aspera, beautiful sweetgum fruit, sergeant glory vine, caulis spatholobi and water Deng, H. Chongqing Nanchuan Ruifeng Agric Dev Co.
472.    Chinese medicinal composition useful for treating female pseudopregnancy, c.g., rhubarb, peach kernel, root bark of peony tree, fructus aurantii, Achyranthes aspera and Magnolia officinalis Deng, H. Chongqing Nanchuan Ruifeng Agric Dev Co.
473.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition used for treating burn or scald, i.r.a., garden burnet, golden cypress, Achyranthes aspera, honeysuckle, radix arnebiae seu lithospermi, ramie, and licorice Cong, M., et al. Feixi Chinese Medicine Hospital.
474.    Traditional Chinese medicine useful for treating blood stasis type chronic pelvic inflammatory disease, c.D.v., Achyranthes aspera, Diphylleia leaf, Vitex negundo root, Akebia stem, Vicia unijuga and Tacca chantrieri Chu, J., et al. Xue J.
475.    Composition used for preventing leaf spot disease in apple, c.A., fiveleaf Akebia, camphor, maple, Achyranthes aspera, betel nut, Gingko leaf, raw lime, Erigeron breviscapus, poplar root skin, and rhizoma bolbostemmae Chen, Z. Anhui Bofa Cultural Ecosphere Co Ltd.
476.    Medicinal patch used for treating lumbar disk herniation, c.E.i., clover, nux vomica, Zinnia elegans, Mucuna sempervirens, passion flower, Forsythia, Achyranthes aspera, hiraute shiny bugleweed herb and horseshoe fern Chen, X. Chen X.
477.    Traditional Chinese medicinal composition for use as capsule or tablet for treating uremia, i.p.b.u.A.a., Wikstroemia canescens, rhizoma imperatae and buntal as raw materials Chen, J. and Y. Xie. Chen J; Xie Y.
478.    Traditional Chinese medicine composition, u.f.t.b.s.t.a., comprises Cusiae root, South Radix, indigo naturalis, Achyranthes aspera, common peony root, knotweed, cogongrass rhizome, pagodatree pod and rosewood Chen, C. and W. Liu. Chen C.
479.    Herbal food obtained by mixing e.g. Achyranthes aspera, E.p., Rehmannia glutinosa, Fallopia multiflora, Fructus mori, basil leaves, green tea leaves, Houttuynia cordata and mulberry leaves, is useful for promoting hair growth Changhyeon, H. Changhyeon H.
480.    Chinese medicine composition for e.g. treating cervical polyps, c.B.i., Asplenium trichomanes, Epilobium, Crocus sativus, Achyranthes aspera, serrate rabdosia, Dahongpao tea, thistle and Rubia membranace Chang, Y., Y. Wang, and L. Zhu. Chang Y.
481.    Herbal composition used to treat migraine and various manifestations of migraine, c.S.d., Achyranthes aspera, and Premna latifolia Bindeswar, B. Bindeswar B.
482.    Wound healing activity of extract of Achyranthes aspera Amal, R., et al. Amal R; Sheeja E; Edwin J; Gupta V B.
483.    Composition, u.t.t.m.i.e.g.o.p.m.-o., comprises a mixture of e.g. radix polygonic multiflori, fructus corni, and asparagine, and a mixture of Salvida persica, and Achyranthes aspera Adler, R. J. Euro Natural Prod.

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aculeata Pistia stratiotes Pisum sativum Plantago orbignyana Plantago ovata Platanthera edgeworthii Platostoma elongatum Plectranthus barbatus Plectranthus scutellarioides Plumbago auriculata Plumbago capensis Plumbago zeylanica Plumeria rubra Podranea ricasoliana Polemonium caeruleum Polygala crotalarioides Polygala persicariifolia Polygonatum verticillatum Polygonum amplexicaule Polygonum barbatum Polygonum recumbens Pongamia pinnata Portulaca oleracea Portulaca umbraticola Portulacaria afra Potentilla fruticosa Potentilla supina Premna corymbosa Premna tomentosa Primula denticulata Primula floribunda Primula vulgaris Prunus Amygdalus Prunus dulcis Pseuderanthemum carruthersii Pseudobombax ellipticum Pseudocaryopteris foetida Psidium guajava Psidium guineense Pterocarpus santalinus Pterospermum acerifolium Pterospermum lanceifolium Pterygota alata Pulicaria dysenterica Punica granatum Putranjiva roxburghii Pyrostegia venusta Quisqualis indica Ranunculus arvensis Ranunculus laetus Ranunculus sceleratus Raphanus sativus Rauvolfia serpentina Rauvolfia tetraphylla Reinwardtia indica Rhamphicarpa fistulosa Rhodiola trifida Rhodiola wallichiana Rhododendron arboreum Rhynchosia himalensis Rhynchosia viscosa Ricinus communis Rorippa indica Roscoea purpurea Rosmarinus officinalis Ruellia patula Ruellia prostrata Ruellia tuberosa Rumex dentatus Rumex hastatus Rungia pectinata Saccharum officinarum Saccharum spontaneum Salix denticulata Salix tetrasperma Salvadora persica Salvia involucrata Salvia nubicola Salvia splendens Sambucus canadensis Sambucus mexicana Sambucus nigra Santalum album Sapindus saponaria Saussurea auriculata Saussurea candicans Saussurea obvallata Scadoxus multiflorus Scutellaria grossa Scutellaria repens Sedum oreades Semecarpus anacardium Senna auriculata Senna occidentalis Senna siamea Senna sophera Sesbania bispinosa Sesbania grandiflora Seseli diffusum Sesuvium portulacastrum Setaria verticillata Shorea robusta Sida cordata Sida cordifolia Sida retusa Sida spinosa Sideritis hirsuta Smithia ciliata Solanum chrysotrichum Solanum erianthum Solanum jasminoides Solanum melongena Solanum nigrum Solanum sisymbriifolium Solanum surattense Solanum torvum Solanum tuberosum Solanum villosum Soymida febrifuga Sphaeranthus amaranthoides Sphenoclea zeylanica Spiranthes australis Spiranthes sinensis Spondias pinnata Stellaria media Stephania japonica Sterculia alata Sterculia foetida Sterculia villosa Stereospermum tetragonum Stevia rebaudiana Striga asiatica Strophanthus boivinii Strychnos potatorum Suaeda maritima Suregada multiflora Swertia angustifolia Swertia bimaculata Swertia cordata Swertia paniculata Swietenia macrophylla Swietenia mahagoni Syzygium alternifolium Syzygium aromaticum Syzygium cumini Syzygium jambos Syzygium samarangense Tabebuia aurea Tabebuia avellanedae Talinum portulacifolium Tamarindus indica Taxus baccata Tecoma castanifolia Tephrosia purpurea Teramnus labialis Terminalia alata Terminalia catappa Terminalia chebula Terminalia elliptica Terminalia pallida Teucrium botrys Teucrium royleanum Thalictrum foliolosum Thespesia populnea Thunbergia erecta Thunbergia fragrans Thunbergia grandiflora Thymus linearis Tiliacora acuminata Tiliacora racemosa Tinospora cordifolia Tinospora crispa Tinospora sinensis Toona ciliata Trewia nudiflora Tribulus terrestris Trichodesma indicum Trichosanthes cucumerina Trichosanthes palmata Trichosanthes tricuspidata Trifolium repens Trigonella foenum-graecum Triumfetta rhomboidea Uraria picta Urena lobata Urena sinuata Urginea coromandeliana Vachellia horrida Valeriana jatamansi Vanda tessellata Veronica serpyllifolia Viburnum coriaceum Vicia bakeri Vicia faba Vicia sativa Vigna radiata Vigna unguiculata Vinca rosea Viola rupestris Viscum album Vitex negundo Vitis vinifera Withania somnifera Wrightia tinctoria Wulfeniosis amherstiana Zamia furfuracea Ziziphus jujuba Ziziphus mauritiana