eclipta prostrata

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Small, daisy-like flower with long wrinkly leaves. Whole plant useable for bleeding, mouth and tooth problems, grey hair, liver, hepatitis, jaundice, spleen, headaches, hypertension, parasites, ulcers, cough, anemia, tuberculosis, asthma, antibacterial, stimulates immune system. Neutralizes venom of some rattlesnakes.
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The silver nanoparticles, synthesized with the leaf extract of Eclipta prostrata, were studied for their larvicidal activity against Culex quinquefasciatus and Anopheles subpictus (3).
Anti-venom potential of butanolic extract of Eclipta prostrata against Malayan pit viper venom.
Larvicidal effect of Hemidesmus indicus, Gymnema sylvestre, and Eclipta prostrata against Culex quinquifaciatus mosquito larva.
The leaves and top of stems of Eclipta prostrata were used in combination with mustard oil for treatment of eczema.
The upland species Medicago sativa and Eclipta prostrata were more abundant in sediment samples than in wetland samples.
Recently they found viable sclerotia in the stems of both live and dead Eclipta prostrata, a plant in the sunflower family that often infests irrigated peanut fields.
Antiproliferative activity of triterpenoids from Eclipta prostrata on hepatic stellate cells.