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Witch Hazel Species ( Family )

@inproceedings{Hazel2010WitchHS,
  title={Witch Hazel Species ( Family )},
  author={W. J. Hazel},
  year={2010}
}
Witch hazel is stated to possess astringent, antihaemorrhagic and anti-inflammatory properties . Traditionally, it has been used for diarrhoea, mucous colitis, haemorrhoids, haematemesis, haemoptysis, and externally for external haemorrhoids, bruises and localised inflamed swellings . The German Commission E approved use for minor skin injuries, local inflammation of skin and mucous membranes, haemorrhoids and varicose veins . (G3) 

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The UF-concentrate was found to exhibit significant antiviral activity against Herpes simplex virus type 1 (HSV-1) and exhibited strong antiphlogistic effects in the croton oil ear edema test in the mouse.
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Evidence is provided for an anti-inflammatory action of the aftersun lotion with 10% hamamelis and the usefulness of the UVB erythema test with multiple UV doses for the testing of nonsteroidal anti- inflammatory agents is supported.
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The results prove the superiority of low-dose hydrocortisone cream over hamamelis distillate cream, and the therapeutic outcome following this preparation was no better than following the base preparation, indicating the mild, yet unmistakable anti-inflammatory effect of hamamelIS cream in experimental models of inflammatory skin disease.
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