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The medicinal plant Delphenium brunonianum collected from Manang district, Nepal has been selected for its study on ethnomedicinal uses, phytochemical investigation and bioactivity evaluation. This plant is found to be used extensively by the community for the treatment of fever, headache, stomachache and poison removal. From phytochemical investigation, four known compounds namely β-amyrin (1), β-sitosterol (2), β-sitosterol glucoside (3) and anthriscifoldine (4) have been isolated fromdoi:10.3126/njst.v12i0.6488 fatcat:jojirtytxndrjj3oiak2tqaoju