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Anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties of Heracleum persicum essential oil and hydroalcoholic extract in animal models.
Oral or intraperitoneal administration of Heracleum persicum essential oil and hydroalcoholic extract significantly reduced acetic acid-induced abdominal constrictions and significantly attenuated the pain response of the second phase of formalin test. Expand
Black cumin seed essential oil, as a potent analgesic and antiinﬂammatory drug
Black cumin seed essential oil (BCSEO) was found to produce a signiﬁcant analgesic effect in acetic acid‐induced writhing, formalin and light tail ﬂick tests, and it seems that mechanism(s) other than opioid receptors is involved in the analgesics effect of BCSEO since naloxone could not reverse this effect. Expand
Anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties of the leaf extracts and essential oil of Lavandula angustifolia Mill.
Results of the present study confirm the traditional use of Lavandula angustifolia for the treatment of painful and inflammatory conditions and calls for further investigations to determine the active chemical constituent(s). Expand
Analgesic and Anti-inflammatory Effects of Rosa damascena Hydroalcoholic Extract and its Essential Oil in Animal Models
- V. Hajhashemi, A. Ghannadi, M. Hajiloo
- Iranian journal of pharmaceutical research : IJPR
- 20 November 2010
Support is provided for the use of hydroalcoholic extract of Rosa damascena in relieving inflammatory pain, and insight is provided into the development of new agents for treating inflammatory diseases. Expand
Antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory activities of Bunium persicum essential oil, hydroalcoholic and polyphenolic extracts in animal models
- V. Hajhashemi, S. Sajjadi, Masoud Zomorodkia
- Chemistry, Medicine
- Pharmaceutical biology
- 25 January 2011
These results clearly show the analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of the plant fruits, and since extracts and essential oil relieved the pain of the first phase of the formalin test, it seems that at least a part of analgesic activity is mediated centrally. Expand
An investigation of the analgesic and anti-inflammatory effects of Nigella sativa seed polyphenols.
The lack of analgesic effect of NSP in the light tail flick test and the failure of naloxone to reverse the analgesia in the formalin test reveal that mechanisms other than stimulation of opioid receptors are involved. Expand
Antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory effects of Satureja hortensis L. extracts and essential oil.
- V. Hajhashemi, A. Ghannadi, Sayed Karim Pezeshkian
- Journal of ethnopharmacology
- 1 October 2002
The results suggest that S. hortensis L.hortensis has antinociceptive and anti-inflammatory effects and probably mechanism other than involvement of opioid and adenosine receptors mediate(s) the ant inociception. Expand
Development and Physical Characterization of Sorbitan Monoester Niosomes for Insulin Oral Delivery
- J. Varshosaz, A. Pardakhty, V. Hajhashemi, A. R. Najafabadi
- Materials Science, Medicine
- Drug delivery
- 1 January 2003
Vesicles containing Span 60 showed the highest protection of insulin against proteolytic enzymes and good stability in the presence of sodium desoxycholate and storage temperatures. Expand
Evaluation of antianxiety and sedative effects of essential oil of Ducrosia anethifolia in mice
In elevated plus maze, Ducrosia anethifolia essential oil at doses of 25–200 mg/kg increased the percentage of open arm time and entries and did not alter ketamine‐induced sleep parameters, indicative of antianxiety effect of Ducrosian anxiety effect without sedative effect. Expand
A study on the mechanisms involving the anti-inflammatory effect of amitriptyline in carrageenan-induced paw edema in rats.
- H. Sadeghi, V. Hajhashemi, M. Minaiyan, A. Movahedian, A. Talebi
- European journal of pharmacology
- 30 September 2011
The results confirmed the anti-inflammatory effects of systemic and central amitriptyline in the carrageenan-induced paw edema in rats, and demonstrated that these effects mediated mostly through the inhibition of PMN cells migration and release of IL-1β and TNF-α into the site of inflammation. Expand