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Ethnobotanical study of medicinal plants used in the management of diabetes mellitus in the Urmia, Northwest Iran.
OBJECTIVE To collect and document information on anti-diabetic plants traditionally used in the treating of diabetes in Urmia at Northwest Iran because ethnomedicines are considered as valuableExpand
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Avicenna (980–1037 AD)
Avicenna (Ibn-e-Sı̄nā), a Persian physician, was arguably one of the most outstanding medical scientists and practitioners ever, and had a deep influence on medical science in the golden ages ofExpand
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Herbal medicinal oils in traditional Persian medicine
Abstract Context: In Iran, conventional production methods of herbal oils are widely used by local practitioners. Administration of oils is rooted in traditional knowledge with a history of more thanExpand
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Haly Abbas (949–982 AD)
The golden age of medical sciences in the Islamic civilization spanned from the 9th to the 11th century. Medicine flourished through contributions from prominent Persian scholars such as Avicenna,Expand
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Management of stroke as described by Ibn Sina (Avicenna) in the Canon of Medicine.
Stroke or cerebrovascular accident (CVA) is caused by a disturbance of the blood supply to the brain and an accruing loss of brain function. The first recorded observations were in 2455 BC and it hasExpand
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Jawarish, a Persian traditional gastrointestinal dosage form.
Medical sciences including pharmacy flourished in Persia throughout medieval times. The oldest pharmacopeias which discussed pharmaceutical formulations were created by them, called Qarabadin. AmongExpand
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Renovation and Standardization of a Historical Pharmaceutical Formulation from Persian Medicine: Chamomile Oil
Medicinal oils were of the pharmaceutical dosage forms used since ancient Persian times to now in Iran. Chamomile  oil is one of the medicinal  oils prepared by the extraction of the chamomileExpand
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Rhazes (865–925 AD)
Abubakr Muhammad ibn Zakariyya al-Razi (865–925) is known to the western world as Rhazes. He is surely one of the most prominent medical scientists of the Islamic golden age [1]. He was born in Ray,Expand
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Identification of medicinal plants of Urmia for treatment of gastrointestinal disorders
The gastrointestinal tract is one of the most important organs of the human body and is vulnerable to different diseases. Available drugs often have low efficacy or are associated with many adverseExpand
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Potential effect and mechanism of action of topical chamomile (Matricaria chammomila L.) oil on migraine headache: A medical hypothesis.
Migraine is a chronic recurring headache for which no complete treatment has been found yet. Therefore, finding new treatment approaches and medicines is important. In this review, we consider theExpand
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