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Anti-epileptic properties of terpineol extracted from Myristica fragrans Houtt. essential oil in the epileptic rat model.

  title={Anti-epileptic properties of terpineol extracted from Myristica fragrans Houtt. essential oil in the epileptic rat model.},
  author={Mohd Amir Asyraf Abdul Rahman and Mohd Hezmee Mohd Noor and Mohd Zulkifli Mustafa and Rafiqul Islam},
Epilepsy is the manifestation of the disease due to overstimulation of the brain. The common signs of this disease are chronic, episodic and recurrent seizures. This problem usually occurs in dogs and cats with the prevalence of the problem estimated about 5.0-5.7 % in dog population and about 0.5 % in the cat population. Today, there is a lot of studies that had been done to search for the new alternative anticonvulsant and antiepilleptic using allopathy or traditional medicine, one of them… 

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