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Herbal medicines for diabetes mellitus: a review.
Herbal medicines have been the highly esteemed source of medicine throughout human history and they are widely used today indicating that herbs are a growing part of modern, high-tech medicine.
Antioxidant properties of Ficus species - a review.
Ficus is a huge tropical ,deciduous , evergreen tree with more than 800 species . Bark , root , leaves , fruit and latex of this plant are frequently usedfor the treatment of various illnesses. Ficus…
Medicinal importance of natural dyes - a review.
The present review describes the detail information about basic chemistry of the major pigments and their medicinal importance found in naturally occurring dye yielding plants, which are helpful to further development of pharmaceutical formulations.
Solanum nigrum Linn.- A Review
This review has explored the phyto-pharmacological properties of the Solanum nigrum plant and compiled its vast pharmacological applications to comprehend and synthesize the subject of its potential image of multipurpose medicinal agent.
Analgesic, Anti-pyretic and Anti-inflammatory Activity of Dietary Sesame Oil in Experimental Animal Models
Hepatoprotective Herbs – A Review
The present review is aimed at compiling data on promising phytochemi-cals from medicinal plants that have been tested in hepatotoxicity models using modern scientific system.
Development, characterization & invivo evaluation of proniosomal based transdermal delivery system of Atenolol
Sesame oil enhances endogenous antioxidants in ischemic myocardium of rat
It is demonstrated that the sesame oil treated by the dose 10 mL/kg augments endogenous antioxidant compounds of the rat heart and also prevents the myocardium from in-vitro model of myocardial ischemic reperfusion injury.
Orthopaedic patients’ perceptions abouttheir pre-operative information
The findings indicate that most patients perceived the pre-operative information to be useful in their preparation for surgery, and aspects that were not addressed during preoperative information sessions included post-operative nutrition, pain medication, ambulation, deep breathing and coughing exercises.
In-vitro anthelmintic activity of roots of Acalypha indica Linn.
Crude alcoholic extract of root of Acalypha indica significantly demonstrated paralysis and also caused death of worms especially at higher concentration of Albendazole used as compared reference Albenazole.