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Analgesic effects of methanolic extracts of Anogeissus latifolia wall on swiss albino mice | Abstract
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Analgesic effects of methanolic extracts of Anogeissus latifolia wall on swiss albino mice

Author(s): Vijusha M., Kavya Sree K., Shalini K., Uma Vasireddy* and Hemamalini K.

The main objective of my present research work is to find out the good pharmacological properties from medicinal plants with their preliminary phytochemical study and also to evaluate the analgesic activity of Anogeissus latifolia belongs to combretaceae family on mice by acetic acid and formalin induced pain model. Dose was selected from the literature and the dose chosen for the study is 300 mg/kg, a small trial on acute toxicity was used to confirm the dose by using 3000 mg/kg, and there was no mortality found, so 1/10th of this dose was chosen for analgesic activity. Normally herbal drugs are free of side effects and available in low cost. The methanolic extract of Anogeissus latifolia at 300 mg/kg showed a significant analgesic activity in acetic acid and formalin induced model when compared to that of standard drug


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