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Plant Low PPM High PPM StdDev *Reference
Terminalia bellirica Stem Bark -- 166.6 Nandy, A. K., Podder, G., Sahu, N. P., Mahato, S. B. 1989. Triterpenoids and Their Glucosides from Terminalia bellerica. Phytochemistry 28 10:2769-2772.
Terminalia chebula Pericarp -- 300.0 Reddy, B. M., Rao, N. K., Ramesh, M., Appa Rao, A. V. N., Lin, L. J., Lin, L. Z., Cordell, G. A. 1994. Chemical Investigation of the Fruits of Terminalia chebula. Int. J. Pharmacog 32 (4):352-356.
Terminalia chebula Stem Bark -- -- Kundu, A. P., Mahato, S. B. 1993. Triterpenoids and their Glycosides from Terminalia chebula. Phytochemistry 32 4: 999-1002.
Terminalia arjuna Root Bark -- 3.0 Anjaneyulu, A. S. R., Rama Prasad, A. V. 1982. Chemical Examination of the Roots of Terminalia arjuna-The Structures of Arjunoside 3 and Arjunoside 4, Two New Triterpenoid Glycosides. Phytochemisty 21: 2057-2060.
Terminalia arjuna Bark -- 280.0 Honda, T., Murae, T., Tsuyuki, T., Takahashi, T., Sawai, M. 1976. Arjungenin, Arjunglucoside I, and Arjunglucoside II, a New Triterpene and New Triterpene Glucosides from Terminalia arjuna. Bull. Chem. Soc. Japan 49: 3213-.
*Unless otherwise noted all references are to Duke, James A. 1992. Handbook of phytochemical constituents of GRAS herbs and other economic plants. Boca Raton, FL. CRC Press.