Anti-inflammatory, antipyretic, and analgesic effects of Lawsonia
Seeds resembling Lawsonia
in size and shape are reported from the middle Eocene Princeton Chert, British Columbia, Canada (Cevallos-Ferriz & Stockey, 1988) at the type locality of Decodon allenbyensis.
Fungitoxic studies on bark extract of Lawsonia
inermis against ringworm fungi.
Lipopolysaccharide-based enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay for experimental use in detection of antibodies to Lawsonia
intracellularis in pigs.
Ground macerate for headaches and Lawsonia
inenaermis 35 strengthen hair as well as powder by soaking lemon juice is used to treat acne.
pollen late Holocene Lawsonia
Lawonia europaea Eocene cf Lawsonia
seed middle Eocene Lawsonia
lawsonioides (Menzel) seed middle Miocene Mai (ssyn.
whole plant of Cuscuta reflexa, leaves of Lawsonia
inermis, leaves of Azadirachta indica, whole plant of Clerodendrum viscosum, and leaves of Psidium guajava to treat this disease.
`Allumii', whose upright branches bear flattened sprays of blue-grey foliage.
inermis), or boiled plant or plant part e.
The whole plant of Cyperus rotundus was mixed with leaves of Psidium guajava and Punica granatum for treatment of girani disease (see below) in men and puerperal fever in women; the whole plant of Cyperus rotundus was mixed with leaves of Lawsonia
inermis and Azadirachta indica for treatment of skin diseases, including eczema.
Liliaceae 56 Asparagus racemosus Willd Liliaceae 57 Lawsonia
Aqueous and methanolic extracts of Lawsonia
inermis demonstrated significant potential in scavenging free radicals and in inhibiting lipid peroxidation as well as inhibiting DNA damage caused by exposure of cells to hexavalent chromium (a very strong oxidant).