Effect of herbal mixture composed of Alchemilla vulgaris and Mimosa on wound healing process.

@article{Choi2018EffectOH,
  title={Effect of herbal mixture composed of Alchemilla vulgaris and Mimosa on wound healing process.},
  author={Jawun Choi and Yang-Gyu Park and MinHie Yun and Jae-Won Seol},
  journal={Biomedicine \& pharmacotherapy = Biomedecine \& pharmacotherapie},
  year={2018},
  volume={106},
  pages={
          326-332
        }
}
Alchemilla vulgaris and Mimosa tenuiflora (Mimosa) have been used to treat cutaneous wounds as a traditional remedy due to their various biological activities. But, there are only a few studies about the effects of these herbs on wound healing. The purpose of this study is to investigate the wound healing effect of the herbal mixture, consisting of A. vulgaris and Mimosa, in mice and to determine the activity of the extract in vitro. In present study, application of an ointment containing the… Expand
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