Anti-inflammatory activity of craterostigma pumilum (hochst) is associated with hyperalgesia

@inproceedings{John2016AntiinflammatoryAO,
  title={Anti-inflammatory activity of craterostigma pumilum (hochst) is associated with hyperalgesia},
  author={Mwonjoria K John and U. Aliyu and J. Kevin and K. M. Titus and Ngugi M. Piero and M. N. David and Wanyonyi W. Alphonse and G. G. Charles and N. J. Joseph},
  year={2016}
}
Inflammation and pain are ubiquitous signs and symptoms of a large number of ailments affecting humanity. There are equally as many methods and substances that are used as remedies for the conditions. Examples of remedies used include herbal extracts such those of genus Craterostigma among others. In Kenya, some plants from this genus are used as folklore remedy for toothache, joint and muscle pains. Interestingly, in spite of their use, there is no scientific study that has been instituted to… Expand

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