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Vijaysar | Asan – A Traditional Curative (Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb)
Poster Title: Vijaysar | Asan – A Traditional Curative (Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb)
Submitted on 15 Dec 2021
Author(s): Dnyanesh Tayade and Dr. Pravin Badhe
Affiliations: Navsahyadri Institute Of Pharmacy, Naigaon (Nasrapur) Pune 412213
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Abstract: Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb. is a moderate to large deciduous tree. They are found
mostly in hilly regions of central and peninsular part of India. It prevalently known as Indian Kino. This tree is
a medium to large, and it can grow up to 30 meters in height. The of the most common use of this plant is
for diabetes purpose. The heart wood is used in the treatment of diabetes and inflammation as it has
astringent properties. P. marsupium is well known for its excellent timber. It is used in form of tablet,
powder, extract, tincture. Tumblers made of heart wood are used to drink water.
Summary: From the above Poster it is concluded that Pterocarpus marsupium is traditionally used
medicinal plant the Pterocarpus marsupium contains the various chemical constituents such as polyphenols
flavonoids etc. The plant of Pterocarpus marsupium is also called as Indian kino tree locally called as
Vijaysar. It shows the prominent pharmacological Actions
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Tanuja. (2010). Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb - Biological activities and medicinal properties. International Journal of Research in
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3. Hilal Ahmad and Rajagopal K., 2015, Pharmacology of Pterocarpus marsupium Roxb, Medicinal Plant Research, 5(3) 1-6 (doi:
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