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Effect of ethanolic extract of Hibiscus rosa sinensis L., flowers on hair growth in female wistar rats

  title={Effect of ethanolic extract of Hibiscus rosa sinensis L., flowers on hair growth in female wistar rats},
  author={Sukirti Upadhyay and Prashant Upadhyay and Ashoke Kumar Ghosh and Vijayender Singh and Vinod Kumar Dixit},
Hibiscus rosasinensis flower is known as hair growt h promoter in traditional and folklore medicines. Petroleum ether extract of H.rosasinensis is report ed in literature for hair growth promotion. The stu dy was aimed to investigate the efficacy of ethanolic extract of H.rosa sinensis flower as hair growth promoter. Female wistar rats were selected for hai growth promotion studies. They were divided in three groups and their skin was denuded with hair r emoving cream, electronic shavers and… 

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