Journal of Natural Remedies

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    ABSTRACT: Speed of healing is an important factor in wound healing. It is very important to find the natural drug that decrease this time. In current study effect of essential oil of Achillea millefolium on wound healing in 60 male chickens was study as a model for wound healing. Different concentration of essential oil of Achillea millefolium tested topically on full thickness excision wound with 25 mm diameter compared to phenytoin cream (1%) as a standard healing agent and geometrical study were done for 6 days. Result of this study show that higher concentrations (12% and 18%) have significant healing properties on chicken’s wound. Treated groups with higher concentrations and also positive control group that treated with phenytoin cream have significant differences with negative controls and lower concentrations (1% and 6%). This study and same studies can help us to find the natural alternative components for wound healing without any side effects. Keywords: Achillea millefolium, chicken, essential oil, wound healing
    Journal of Natural Remedies 01/2014; 14(1):93-97.
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    ABSTRACT: The present attempt was aimed to evaluate the Anti-asthmatic and anti allergic activity of the aqueous extract of Lagenaria siceraria leaf (LSA) using various animal models like histamine and acetylcholine induced bronchoconstriction in Guinea pigs, compound 48/80 induced mast cell degranulation in rats and paw edema in mice. LSA exhibited significant and dose dependent bronchodilatory activity at the doses of 150 and 300 mg/kg intraperitonially (i.p.). LSA at the concentrations of 10, 20 and 30 µg/ml significantly inhibited compound 48/80 induced mast cell degranulation. The anti inflammatory activity was observed at the doses of 50, 75 and 100 mg/kg (i.p.) against compound 48/80 induced paw edema in rats. These results prove the traditional claim of the drug in treatment of asthmatic disorders.
    Journal of Natural Remedies 01/2012; 12(1):72-76.
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    ABSTRACT: Ethnobotanical survey was conducted during 2006-2008 in Akole Taluka of Ahmednagar district in Western Ghats of Maharashtra State. The tribes such as Mahadev Koli, Ramoshi, Thakar and Bhills are dwelling in the study area, apart from other rural people. Information on 40 angiospermic species belonging to 38 genera of 24 families was gathered, as used as an antidote against snakebite by those people. The present paper reports botanical names, family, local names, parts used, preparation and mode of administration. Also a discussion on present data com-pared with already published reports on snakebite is included
    Journal of Natural Remedies 01/2011; 11(2):177-180.