Evaluation of the Anti-Motility-Related Diarrhoeal Activity of the Sage Tea Salvia officinalis L. in Laboratory Mice

@article{Almaamori2011EvaluationOT,
  title={Evaluation of the Anti-Motility-Related Diarrhoeal Activity of the Sage Tea Salvia officinalis L. in Laboratory Mice},
  author={Jafar A. Al-maamori},
  journal={International Journal of Biology},
  year={2011},
  volume={3},
  pages={36}
}
Sage tea Salvia officinalis L. extract was evaluated scientifically for its anti-motility-related diarrhoeal effect of mice in current study by using castor oil as laxative agent-induced diarrhoea model against loperamide as standard anti-motility-related diarrhoeal drug. Fifteen male mice were used and divided into three groups (5 animals per group) +ve control, -ve control (loperamide treatment) and sage tea treatment groups respectively. The results reported a reduction in purging index (137… Expand

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