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ANALGESIC EFFECT OF AQUEOUS AND ALCOHOLIC EXTRACTS OF MADHUKA LONGIFOLIA ( Koeing )

@inproceedings{Chandra2001ANALGESICEO,
  title={ANALGESIC EFFECT OF AQUEOUS AND ALCOHOLIC EXTRACTS OF MADHUKA LONGIFOLIA ( Koeing )},
  author={Dinesh Chandra},
  year={2001}
}
Method: The analgesic effect was screened through tail flick, hot plate and chemical writhing methods. The probable mechanism of action through opioid receptors was elucidated by i.m. administration of naloxone specific antagonists 30 min before the last dose of aqueous or alcoholic extract of M.longifolia. Result: Graded doses of both aqueous and alcoholic extract of M.longifolia (4.0 to 64.0 mg/kg, i.m. X 3 days) produced dose dependent analgesic effect in all the three nociceptive methods… 

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