عنوان مقاله [English]
Centella asiatica is belong to Apiaceae family, it has stolons and cor date leaves, minute flowers in umbel inflarescense, This Species, has very medicinal properties as wound healing, memory and learning en hance ment, Immune system regulation, reduce of blood presure, antioxidant and anticancer, plant material for phytochemical studies obtained from Abkenar village in Anzali: to Three developmental phases, and Chamecha village in Shaft ia flowering phase, Our Result's Show That aquatic extracts have much more effective products than to hydroalcholic extracts. also post flowering phase in Abkenar papulation have maximum madecassoside and asiaticoside and pre flowering phase has maximum madeccasic asid, also comparison two habitats show that all of four effective products are increased in chamacha than Abkenar.
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