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Assessment of Anxiolytic Activity of Nuts of Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Almond) in Mice

@article{Sahib2014AssessmentOA,
  title={Assessment of Anxiolytic Activity of Nuts of Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis (Almond) in Mice},
  author={Zena Hasan Sahib},
  journal={Medical Journal of Babylon},
  year={2014},
  volume={11},
  pages={817-824}
}
The incidence of anxiety in the community is very high and is associated with lot of morbidity. The most widely prescribed medications for anxiety disorders are the benzodiazepines in which there use are limited by their side effects, hence many herbs employed in traditional and alternate medicine for sleep disorders and related diseases. The nuts of Prunus amygdalus (almond ) are found to possess anti-stress properties, also is an effective health building food, both for the body and the mind… 
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