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Antipyretic Properties of Dichloromethane: Methanolic Leaf and Root Bark Extracts of Carissa edulis in Rat
(Literati Scientific and Publishers, 2015)
Although pyrexia benefits the nonspecific immune response to invading microorganisms and tissue damage, it is also viewed as a source of discomfort and hence is commonly suppressed with some medication. However, conventional ...
Antinociceptive Properties of Dichloromethane:Methanolic Leaf Extracts of Caesalpinia volkensii and Maytenus obscura in Animal Models
(OMICS Publishing Group, 2015)
The purpose of physiological pain is protection. Pain is associated with high morbidity and socioeconomic burden. Conventional medication of pain is expensive and arguably associated with various severe adverse effects ...
Anti-inflammatory Properties of Dichloromethane: Methanolic Leaf Extracts of Caesalpinia Volkensii and Maytenus Obscura in Animal Models
Objective: Inflammation is the reaction to injury of the living tissues. Conventional medication of inflammation is expensive and arguably associated with various severe adverse effects hence the need to develop herbal ...
In Vivo Antidiabetic Activity and Safety in Rats of Cissampelos pareira Traditionally Used in the Management of Diabetes Mellitus in Embu County, Kenya
(OMICS International, 2015)
Cissampelos pareira Linn has been used traditionally in the management of several diseases including diabetes mellitus but its efficacy and safety after long term use is not scientifically evaluated. The aim of this study ...
Effects of Dichloromethane-Methanolic Leaf Extracts of Carissa edulis (Forssk) Vahl on Serum Lipid Profiles in Normal Rat Models
(OMICS International, 2016)
Assessment of serum lipid profile is required for wellbeing of every individual since the blood can act as pathological reflector and also as an indicator of the physiological state of an animal. Disorders arising from ...