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Analgesic activity of the crude extract from the dried leaves of gmelina arborea roxb. (paper tree) on male albino mice

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R07-USC-13071609274272
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The dried leaves of Gmelima arborea Roxb. was subjected to the test for the presence of analgesic action, using the Hot Plate Method. The method of extraction was maceration of the dried leaves with 95% ethanol for 3 days. The extract collected was allowed to dry. Five grams of the dried extract . . .
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The anti-inflammatory activity of the flavonoid from the fresh leaves of Tamarindus indica linn. (Tamarind) using the plethysmometer on sprague dawley male rats

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R07-USC-14071012404398
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Flavonoids have been shown to have anti-inflammatory activity. Tamarind leaves which contains flavonoids were used in the study. The fresh leaves were cut into fine pieces and have undergone Soxhlet extration. The flavonoid was isolated from the fresh leaves through solvent partitioning method us . . .
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Determination of the antibacterial activity of the tannin extract from fresh leaves of Psidium guajava linn. (Bayabas)

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R07-USC-14102406345039
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Antibacterial potential of the metabolites of marine sponge-associated microorganisms

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R07-USC-14071009223320
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Sponges are renowned to have rich biologically active metabolites, many of which have antimicrobial, antiviral or antitumor properties. In this study, five different metabolites of marine sponge-associated microorganisms, coded as MPR 1-1, MPR 1-8, MPR 5-5, MPR 5-6 and MPR 6-3, were used. By usin . . .
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Comparison of the inhibitory activity of the fresh leaves of Andropogon citratus linn. (lemon grass) and of Mentha arvensis linn. (yerba buena) on human platelet aggregation

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R07-USC-14052812250423
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This study dealt with the in vitro camparison of the comparison of the antiplatelet aggregration activity of the fresh leaves of Andropogon citratus Linn. (lemon grass) and Mentha arvensis Linn. (yerba buena on human) platelet aggregration. Lemon grass and yerba buena were chose . . .
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Anti-platelet aggregation activity of the fresh ripe fruits of Muntingia calabura linn. (manzanitas)

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R07-USC-14052815063389
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This study dealt with the anti-platelet aggregation activity of fresh ripe fruit of Muntingia calabura Linn. (mazanitas). Manzinatas are known to have antiseptic, astringent and antispasmodic properties. Study also shows bioactivity of manzanitas which includes antibacterial property. Fresh ripe . . .
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Anti-platelet aggregation activity of the extracts of Curcuma longa linn. (turmeric) rhizomes

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R07-USC-14060309240779
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This study dealt with the anti-platelet aggregation of the extracts of Curcuma longa Linn. (turmeric) rhizomes. Early research suggests that turmeric may prevent the formation of blood clots that trigger heart attack and some strokes. However, more research is needed before turmeric can be recomm . . .
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Anti-inflammatory activity of the aqueous and 95% ethyl alcohol-free extracts from the fresh leaves of Annona muricata linn. (Guyabano)

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R07-USC-13121716461891
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This study dealt with the anti-inflammatory activity of the aqueous and 95% ethyl alcohol-free extracts of the fresh leaves of Annona muricata L. (Guyabano). The plant sample used was the fresh leaves of guyabano. Decoction using distilled water and maceration using 95% ethyl alcohol were done. T . . .
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Study of lead content of four selected herbal teas

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R07-USC-14052014314453
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With the growing popularity of herbal fomulations, there is no doubt that people are turning their attention to these kinds of products for health promotion. Believing in the "natural", as associated with herbal formulation, is related to being safe. Tea, as one form of herbal preparation, became . . .
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Antibacterial and toxic activity of mangrove species Rhizophora stylosa (bakhaw), Avicennia marina (miapi) and sonneratia alba (pagatpat)

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R07-USC-14052311515725
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This study dealt with the determination of antibacterial and toxic activities of the fresh leaves of mangrove plants. Mangroves are victim of water pollution from oil spills and herbicides which caused the death of mangroves. People should understand that it must be taken good care because it can . . .
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