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EVALUATION OF CRUDE FLAXSEED (Linum usitatissimum L) OIL IN BURN WOUND HEALING IN NEW ZEALAND RABBITS
Background: Burns are among the most prevalent injuries in humans with high cost in health care and heavy prolonged or permanent physical, psychological and social consequences. CommercialExpand
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SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF LINUM USITATISSIMUM (LINN.) INGESTION IN NEW ZEALAND RABBITS
Background: The therapeutic safety of herbal medicine is a major concern for consumers and users. After studying the effects of linseed on hair growth in rabbits, the turn is to evaluate its safetyExpand
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Preliminary study to assess cicatrizing activity of honey and Pistacia lentiscus fatty oil mixture on experimental burns in rabbits
The present study was undertaken to asses cicatrizing activity of a mixture of honey and Pistacia lentiscus fatty oil (PLFO) on dermal burn wounds. It was carried out on 8 male adult New ZealandExpand
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SAFETY ASSESSMENT OF LINUM USITATISSIMUM (LINN.) INGESTION IN NEW ZEALAND RABBITS
Background: The therapeutic safety of herbal medicine is a major concern for consumers and users. After studying the effects of linseed on hair growth in rabbits, the turn is to evaluate its safetyExpand
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Effects of Linum usitatissimum L. ingestion and oil topical application on hair growth in rabbit.
Flax (Linum usitatissimum) is an annual plant of the linaceae family with several biological properties such as an indirect effect on hair regrowth through the intermediary of γ-glutamylExpand
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Effect of linseed (flax) ingestion and oil skin-app lication on hair growth in rabbits
This study aims to assess the effects of linseed or flaxseed (Linum usitatissimum ) on hair growth in rabbits and also to verify its safety. Two trials were conducted on adult New-Zealand rabbitsExpand
Cicatrizing effect of Opuntia ficus-indica aqueous extract and seeds powder in New Zealand rabbits.
The present study aimed to evaluate the healing effect of Opuntia ficus-indica (L.) following experimental burns in the rabbit model. To do this, we have prepared two products from our plantExpand