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Year : 1988  |  Volume : 8  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 103-105

Antipoisonous property of Canavalia virosa

1 Amala Cancer Research Centre. Trichur 680 533, India
2 Ayurveda Hospital & Research Centre, Amala Cancer Hospital, 580 533, India

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K K Jayavardhanan
Amala Cancer Research Centre. Trichur 680 533
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Canavalia virosa seed is applied on the wound after removing the seed coat. This sticks to the skin till the poison is completely removed and falls off which takes five to seven hours. There is complete relief of the poisoning in the case of Scorpion, Centipede., and the seeds which have been detected and studied here.

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