Antitumour principles from Peganum harmala seeds.

@article{Lamchouri1999AntitumourPF,
  title={Antitumour principles from Peganum harmala seeds.},
  author={F Lamchouri and Abdellatif Settaf and Yahia Cherrah and M Zemzami and Badi{\^a}a Lyoussi and Abdelhamid Za{\^i}d and Najia Atif and M. Hassar},
  journal={Therapie},
  year={1999},
  volume={54 6},
  pages={753-8}
}
From ancient times, Peganum harmala was claimed to be an important medicinal plant. Its seeds were known to possess hypothermic, and essentially hallucinogenic properties. Various authors have undertaken studies on the antibacterial, antifungal and antiviral effects of Peganum harmala seeds, but studies on the antitumour activity are not to be found in the literature. In Moroccan traditional medicine, seed powder is sometimes used on skin and subcutaneous tumours. This work was designed to… CONTINUE READING
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