Common names[ edit ] Common names include false ashoka, the Buddha tree, Indian mast tree, and Indian fir tree. The False ashoka was cultivated and gained popularity in British India for nostalgic reasons because it resembled the Mediterranean cypress, and also in order to be used to make ship masts. It does not require pruning in order to maintain its tall, straight, main trunk with short, drooping branches. Distribution[ edit ] Found natively in India and Sri Lanka.
Folkloric - No reported folkloric medicinal use in the Philippines. Bark is a good Polyalthia longifolia of fiber.
Study showed the seeds of Polyalthia longifolia to be a rich source of various amino acids - proline, L-glutamic acid, and methionine among others. Study isolated a new clerodane diterpene from the bark of P.
Study showed the root extract of P. Study also led to the isolation of three new alkaloids: Study evaluated various solvent extracts of leaf for anti-inflammatory and hepatoprotective potency. Diterpenoids isolated from the hexane extract of the seeds of P.
Study isolated a new halimane diterpene and a new oxoprotoberberine alkaloid along with 20 known compounds, several of which were evaluated for cytotoxicity toward a small panel of human cell lines.
Study showed the ethanol extract of Polyalthia longifolia to have significant antiulcer activity through reduction of gastric volume, free acidity and ulcer index. Study of ethanol extract showed promising antibacterial activity against thirteen Gram-positive and nine Gram-negative organisms.
|Polyalthia longifolia, the Indian Mast Tree||On Aug 7,priest from Proserpine Qld, Australia wrote: I live near Mackay and have 15 indian mast trees that were badly impacted by cyclone Debbie and ml of rain in a short time in March.|
|Landscape & Garden Design Magazine||Over 30 and 40 feet Hardiness Zone 10 — 12 Description It is incorrectly distinguished as the ashoka tree Saraca indica due to the nearby likeness of the two trees. It is local to India and Srilanka and an evergreen tree, which is usually planted because of its adequacy in reducing noise pollution.|
|Polyalthia longifolia, the Indian Mast Tree||Indian mast tree Other common names: There are two varieties in cultivation.|
|INTRODUCTION||On Aug 7,priest from Proserpine Qld, Australia wrote: I live near Mackay and have 15 indian mast trees that were badly impacted by cyclone Debbie and ml of rain in a short time in March.|
Bacillus subtilis, Sarcina lutea, Xanthomonas compestris, E. The MIC values of all extracts against the six tested bacteria were almost Study revealed the presence of steroids, alkaloids, biterpenoids, carbohydrates, amino acids, essential oil, phenolics and flavonoids.
Phytochemical studies yielded kolavenic acid, clerodane, liriodenine, lysicamine and bisclerodane and its isomer. Study reports on the synthesis of silver nanoparticles using Polyalthia longifolia leaf extract as reducing and capping agent along with D-sorbitol.
The synthesized silver nanoparticles were found to be highly toxic against Gram-positive bacteria than Gram-negative bacteria. Study evaluated the laxative activity of P. Results showed the ethanolic extract to have significant laxative activity with enhancement of wet feces production.
Study evaluated the antipyretic activity of methanol extracts of leaves, stem bark, and root of P. All extracts exhibited significant dose-dependent antipyretic activity with the root extract showing most activity.
Study of ethanolic and aqueous extracts for antiulcer activity showed dose dependent decrease in gastric content, total acidity, ulcer index, and increase pH in a gastric pylorus ligation ulcer method. EtOH and aqueous extracts showed maximum anti-inflammatory activity on cotton pellet granuloma induced inflammation in rats.
Study evaluated the antimicrobial activity of leaf and pericarp extracts of Polyalthia longifolia against S.
Results showed an inhibitory potential which could be attributed to the presence of secondary metabolites in the extract. Study investigated the inhibition efficiency of dry P.
Study showed the anticancer potential of methanolic extracts of fruits of P. Study evaluated the gastroprotective potential of P.Etymology - Polyalthia derives from the Greek words poly meaning "many" and altheo meaning "cure.". Botany Polyalthia longifolia is a small- to medium-sized evergreen tree growing up to 15 meters.
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Polyalthia longifolia is sometimes incorrectly identified as the Ashoka tree (Saraca indica) because of the close resemblance of both trees. Neutral On Jul 21, , pan4tree from Panama. Polyalthia longifolia, the False ashoka native to India, is a lofty evergreen tree, commonly planted due to its effectiveness in alleviating noise pollution.
It exhibits symmetrical pyramidal growth with willowy weeping pendulous branches and long narrow lanceolate leaves with undulate margins. Eurycoma longifolia is a tall, slender evergreen shrub-tree commonly found in Southeast Asia.
Malaysian men claim that tea made from this plant improves their sexual abilities and virility. As a. Polyalthia. Polyalthia longifolia (Sonn.) Thwaites; Polyalthia longifolia (Sonn.) Thwaites is an accepted name This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Polyalthia (family Annonaceae).