Analgesic Activity of the Fruit Extract of Averrhoa Carambola

  title={Analgesic Activity of the Fruit Extract of Averrhoa Carambola},
  author={Biswa Nath Das and Muniruddin Ahmed},
This experimental study was done to investigate analgesic activity of fruit extract of Averrhoa carambola in Swiss-Albino mice. Analgesic activity was assessed by acetic acid-induced writhing method (for peripheral action) and radiant heat tail-flick test (for central action). For both tests, healthy Swiss-Albino mice of either sex weighing 20-25 g were used for the test; twenty-four mice, aged 4-5 weeks, were randomly selected and divided into four groups with six animals in each group. Each… CONTINUE READING

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