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Symplocos racemosa  Roxb.

   

Botanical Name

:

Symplocos racemosa Roxb.

English Name

:

Lodh tree

Family

:

Symplocaceae

 

General Info

Description

An evergreen tree or shrub, 6-8.5 m tall. Leaves dark green above, orbicular, elliptic oblong, 12.5 cm x 5 cm, coriaceous, glabrous above; flowers white, turning yellow, fragrant, in axillary, simple or compound racemes; drupes purplish black, subcylindric, smooth, 1-3 seeded.

Herb Effects

Anti-inflammatory and hypothermic (stem bark)

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Chemistry

Active Ingredients

Loturine, loturidine and colloturine; betulin (stem bark); betulinic acid (plant)

Chemistry of Active Ingredients
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Name

CAS#

IUPAC Name

Formula

Structure

Product Categories
Loturine 486-84-0 Not Available C12H10N2 Click Here To Enlarge
Betulin Not Available Not Available C30H50O2 Click Here To Enlarge
Betulinic Acid 4481-62-3 Not Available C30H46O3 Click Here To Enlarge

Pharmacology

Medicinal Use

Diarrhoea and dysentery, liver complaints and dropsy, to stop bleeding of gums, it is used also in ophthalmia and conjunctivitis (bark). In combination with sugar it is recommended in the treatment of menorrhagia and other uterine disorders

Reference

Sharma PV. Classical Uses of Medicinal Plants.

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