200 Dalbergia latifolia Roxb.
Action ► A decoction of bark— used in dyspepsia. Oil—applied to rheumatic affections, and cutaneous diseases. Leaf—in leprosy and allied obstinate skin diseases.
Baptigenin from leaves and flowers possesses properties to treat arthritic affections and inflammations. An isoflavone glycoside of biochanin (lanceolarin) has been obtained from the root bark. Ether, EtOH and aqueous extract of leaves exhibited an-tiarthritic activity in rats.
The heartwood of Dalbergia sp. contains quinones. Bark and pods contain tannins.
Root bark gave isoflavone glycosides and lanceolarin.
Dosage ► Whole plant—50-100 ml decoction. (CCRAS.)
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