The aim of the present study was to investigate the effects of di- and sesquiterpenoids isolated from the pods of Sindora sumatranaMiq. (Leguminosae) on P-glycoprotein (P-gp) function in an adriamycin-resistant human breast cancer cell line, MCF-7/ADR. Over-expression of P-gp is known to be one of the mechanisms involved in multidrug resistance (MDR), which is a major obstacle in clinical cancer treatment. Among six di- and sesquiterpenoids extracted from S. sumatrana, (+)-7β-acetoxy-15,16-epoxycleroda-3,13(16),14-trien-18-oic acid (1) showed a strong P-gp inhibitory effect, as great as that of verapamil, a representative P-gp inhibitor. Compound 1 enhanced daunomycin accumulation more than fourfold and significantly decreased daunomycin efflux compared with control, resulting in a decrease in the IC50 value for daunomycin. These results suggest that compound 1 inhibits the functioning of P-gp and, therefore, can be developed as an MDR-reversing agent.