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Assessing African medicinal plants for efficacy and safety: pharmacological screening and toxicology.
Inflammation: the foundation of diseases and disorders. A review of phytomedicines of South African origin used to treat pain and inflammatory conditions.
The basic mechanisms of inflammation and the potential of 123 southern African plant species to be effective as chronic inflammatory disease preventive agents are reviewed.
Antibacterial, anthelmintic and anti-amoebic activity in South African medicinal plants.
The biological activity and chemistry of the southern African Combretaceae.
The potential of South African plants against Mycobacterium infections.
The value of plant extracts with antioxidant activity in attenuating coccidiosis in broiler chickens.
Towards the scientific validation of traditional medicinal plants
- J.L.S. Taylor, T. Rabe, L. McGaw, A. Jäger, J. van Staden
- Biology, MedicinePlant Growth Regulation
- 1 May 2001
Research into the scientific validation of southern African medicinal plants used in the treatment of pain and inflammation, hypertension and parasitic diseases, is the current focus of studies conducted at the Research Centre for Plant Growth and Development.
An investigation on the biological activity of Combretum species.
Four pentacyclic triterpenoids with antifungal and antibacterial activity from Curtisia dentata (Burm.f) C.A. Sm. leaves.