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Believed to be a native plant to Asia, Green kyllinga was first reported in the country about 50 years ago. In the last 10 to 15 years, it has developed into a major problem for turfgrass and landscape managers. Green kyllinga is often mistaken as purple or yellow nutsedge, but its growth habits, reproduction, and morphology are different. The main problem with green kyllinga is that it grows in dense mats which can quickly take over a garden or lawn and be an eyesore.

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Folkloric - Decoction of fresh roots used as sudorific in malaria with chills. Paste of rhizomes mixed with milk used internally for worm infection. Rhizomes used as diuretic, stomachic, antidiarrheal. The extract also exhibited analgesic activity, significantly reducing the number of writhes in mice administered intraperitoneally with acetic acid to induce abdominal constriction.

An aqueous extract showed significant antidiabetic property. The antidiabetic effect was attributed to its main phytoconstituents--flavonoids and tannins. Except for A. Results showed significant dose dependent anthelmintic activity. Standard drugs were piperazine citrate and albendazole. Results suggest potential for treatment of various types of worm infections in human beings, too.

The methanol extract also exhibited significant antimicrobial activity against gram-positive human pathogenic bacteria.

Both extracts showed significant hepatoprotection compared to standard silymarin. Results showed diuretic activity close to standard drug furosemide. The ethanolic extract showed better results than the petroleum ether extract. Acute oral toxicity evaluation showed no signs of toxicity and behavioral changes. Crude roots extract and methanolic extract of roots showed significant antidiabetic activity. Plants of C. The methanol extract of K. The extracts exhibited insecticidal activity against all three mosquito larvae.

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Abstract The present study was designed to evaluate the antioxidant and antibacterial activity of methanol extract of Kyllinga nemoralis. Six different in vitro antioxidant assays including 2,2-diphenylpicrylhydrazyl, hydroxyl radical, superoxide anion radical, hydrogen peroxide radical, ferric reducing antioxidant power assay and reducing power were carried out to ensure the scavenging effect of the plant on free radicals. In addition, total antioxidant capacity assay, total phenolic contents, tannins, flavonoids and flavonol contents of the plant were also analysed by the standard protocols. These observations provide comprehensible supporting evidence for the antioxidant potential of the plant extract. The methanol extract of K.

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Folkloric - Decoction of fresh roots used as sudorific in malaria with chills. Paste of rhizomes mixed with milk used internally for worm infection. Rhizomes used as diuretic, stomachic, antidiarrheal. The extract also exhibited analgesic activity, significantly reducing the number of writhes in mice administered intraperitoneally with acetic acid to induce abdominal constriction. An aqueous extract showed significant antidiabetic property. The antidiabetic effect was attributed to its main phytoconstituents--flavonoids and tannins.

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