Comparative Study of Sedative, Pre-Anesthetic and Anti-Anxiety Effect of Equisetum arvense (horse's Tail) Extract with Diazepam on Rats

@inproceedings{Rezaie2011ComparativeSO,
  title={Comparative Study of Sedative, Pre-Anesthetic and Anti-Anxiety Effect of Equisetum arvense (horse's Tail) Extract with Diazepam on Rats},
  author={Ali Rezaie and Changiz Ahmadizadeh and Gafor Mosavi and Mehrdad Nazeri and Behbod Jafari and Reza Ebadi},
  year={2011}
}
In the present study, sedative and anti-anxiety drugs such as chemical drugs are used for the sedation and anti-anxiety but due to their side effects and economical issues, the significance of research on finding sedative and anti-anxiety drugs with less side effects and their ability to substitute these synthetic drugs and substituting newer sedation and anti-anxiety compounds is obvious. Equisetum arvense is one of the plants that have the effect sedation and anti-anxiety. The aim of this… CONTINUE READING

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