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Antipyretic Properties of Methanol Stem Bark Extracts of Acacia hockii De Wild and Kigelia africana (Lam) Benth in Wistar Rats
Synthetic antipyretic drugs are not readily accessible and have adverse side effects. Herbal medicines possess bioactive compounds that are safer and efficient in the management of various diseasesExpand
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The Social Function of Swearing in a Miraa Market Environment
The study aimed at evaluating the social motivations behind the use of swearwords in the language of miraa traders. The study was carried out in Ka?–ra?–tira?– open-air miraa (khat) market in MbeereExpand
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Antipyretic, Antiinflammatory and Antinociceptive Activities of Aqueous Bark Extract of Acacia Nilotica (L.) Delile in Albino Mice
Acacia nilotica has been used to manage several diseases including pain, inflammation and fever. However, its efficacy has not been scientifically validated. The aim of this study therefore is toExpand
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Antipyretic, Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic Activities of Aqueous Leaf Extract of Aloe volkensii in Albino Mice
Aloe volkensii has been used to manage several diseases including pain, inflammation and fever. However, its efficacy has not been scientifically validated. The aim of this study therefore is toExpand
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In Vitro Antiproliferative Activity of Aqueous Root Bark Extract of Cassiaabbreviata (Holmes) Brenan
Cancer is referred to as uncontrolled abnormal proliferation of body cells. Currently cancer treatment and management is a challenge due to complexity of the disease, toxicity of chemotherapy,Expand
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Anti-Inflammatory Activity of Methanolic Leaf Extract of Kigelia Africana (Lam.) Benth and Stem Bark Extract of Acacia Hockii De Wild in Mice
Inflammation causes discomfort, suffering and lower productivity of the victims. Synthetic anti-inflammatory drugs are not readily available and have adverse side effects. Alternative herbalExpand
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Antinociceptive Activity of Methanolic Stem Bark Extracts of Harrisonia Abyssinica Oliv and Landolphia Buchananii (Hallier F.) Stapf in Mice Model
Pain is an unpleasant sensation attributed to an interplay of sensory and cognitive mechanisms and thus a source of burden to the individual and society. Since pain acts as a source of discomfort, itExpand
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Anti-inflammatory activities of dichloromethanemethanolicleaf and stem bark extracts of Ximeniaamericana in mice models
Introduction: Ximenia americana is a highly branched shrub mainly found in tropics of Asia, Africa, New Zealand, Central and South America among others. In most parts of Africa, X. americana isExpand
Antipyretic potential of methanolic stem bark extracts of harrisonia abyssinica oliv and landolphia buchananii (hallier f.) stapf in wistar rats
Interest in herbal drugs is undergoing a renaissance at present time. Herbal agents are regarded to be more effective and comparatively safe as opposed to conventional medications which areExpand
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