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Shanthini Nachiar G.*, Dr. P. R. Kumar and Dr. T. Purushoth Prabhu


Rivea and Ipomea species are Convolvulaceae species which was identified by its funnel like flowers and radial shaped corolla.The stems of these plants are slender and a creeper type. The leaves of Ipomea is simple. whereas the leaves of Rivea is velvety is texture and shiny appearance. The fruit can be a capsule, berry, or nut, all containing only two seeds per one locule. Mostly Convolvulaceae species are eaten as a fresh leafy vegetable, which has been used traditionally for curing many ailments such as purgative, skin disease and as a blood purifier for arthritis, piles and urinary disorder.Both the plants possess anti- oxidant, anti-diabetic, wound healing, anti-snake venom activity, anti-ulcer, anti-bacterial, antimutagenic and acting as a immune booster and for relief of respiratory congestion. On highlighting its phytochemical aspects both the plants shows the presence of flavanoids, terpenoids, poly phenols, carbohydrates, alkaloids, sterols and glycosides. As these plants are creepers in olden days tribal people use its leafy part for its neutraceutical value.

Keywords: Convolvulaceae species, Rivea hypocrateriformis, Ipomea seperia, Pharmacological and Phytochemical studies, spectroscopical analysis.

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