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Medicinal plants used in traditional medicine in the centre east region of Burkina Faso.
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In traditional veterinary pharmacopoeia, 18 phytogenetic species are used with 33 therapeutic indications to treat diseases including trypanosomiasis, tuberculosis, diarrheas and wounds, and the interest of people of this area for medicinal plants, command a special attention to organize the actors and preserve the plant genetic resources. Expand
Free Radicals Scavenging Capacity, Antidiabetic and Antihypertensive Activities of Flavonoid-Rich Fractions from Leaves of Trichilia emetica and Opilia amentacea in an Animal Model of Type 2 Diabetes
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Better antihyperglycemia, antilipidemia, and antihypertensive properties of flavonoid-rich fractions from Trichilia emetica compared to the extract of Opilia amentacea are demonstrating antidiabetic potential of Trichia emetICA as therapeutic targets for the management of type 2 diabetes. Expand
Study of floristic diversity and the structural dynamics of some species providers of non woody forest products in the vegetable formations of the Centre East of Burkina Faso.
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It was showed that because of the strong anthropisation of the zone, the bad pedoclimatic conditions and the permanent bush fires, the regeneration and growth of Vitellaria paradoxa, Balanites aegyptiaca, Tamarindus indica and Lannea microcarpa are disturbed. Expand
Medicinal Plants Used for Neuropsychiatric Disorders Treatment in the Hauts Bassins Region of Burkina Faso
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The therapeutic remedies suggested in this work are a real interest in the fight against psychiatric and neurological diseases and in the future, identified plants could be used for searching antipsychotic or neuroprotective compounds. Expand
Phytochemical Analysis and in vitro Antifungal Profile of Bioactive Fractions from Sterculia setigera (Sterculiaceae)
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Findings revealed that DCMF and EAF have influenced the antifungal properties of Sterculia setigera, and could be exploited to formulate novel drugs from plan origin against fungal infections. Expand
Anti-nociceptive properties in rodents and the possibility of using polyphenol-rich fractions from sida urens L. (Malvaceae) against of dental caries bacteria
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These results validate the ethno-botanical use of Sida urens L. (Malvaceae) and demonstrate the potential of this herbaceous as a potential antibacterial agent of dental caries that could be effectively used for future health care purposes. Expand
ANTIOXIDANT AND ANTIFUNGAL PROFILES OF PHENOL ACID RICH-FRACTIONS FROM SIDA URENS L. AGAINST MYCELIA GROWTH INHIBITION OF SOME ASPERGILLUS AND FUSARIUM SPECIES
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The results indicated that the phenol acid-rich fraction of Sida urens L., can be effectively employed as antimicrobial agents, specifically antifungal to control growth and prevent colonization and spoilage of food and other plant products with the attendant financial losses by fungi. Expand
Effect of Long-term use of Sida rhombifolia L. Extract on Haemato-biochemical Parameters of Experimental Animals
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The reported pharmacological and therapeutic effectiveness of Sida rhombifolia extract is not without toxicity implication and the insipient toxicological effect is more significant in the biochemical rather than in the haematopoietic system of rats. Expand
Antibacterial and Phytochemical studies of three Acanthaceae species used in Burkina Faso traditional medicine
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This study shows that these three medicinal plants and especially N. canescens are good candidate for isolate new et innovative antibacterial compounds and could justify the traditional used of these species against infectious diseases. Expand
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