ANTI-INFLAMMATORY ACTIVITY OF DRY EXTRACT OF MEDICINAL PLANTS
Alisher Khudayberdievich Rakhmanov*, Ziyovitdin Zaynitdinovich Khakimov, Shukhrat Ravshan og’li Mavlanov, Anvar Arslanbekovich Abduvaliev, Gulrukh Komiljanovna Botiralieva and Munira Djurakulovna Allaeva
It was determined in sexually matured white male rats that the preventive administration of dry extract of medicinal plants (DEMP) has a distinct antiexudative action in aseptic arthritis. By its anti-inflammatory activity, DEMP is superior relatively to the known drug LIV-52 and is not inferior to the reference non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug diclofenac sodium. Using DEMP for the treatment of inflammatory diseases might be recommended.
Keywords: Dry extract of medicinal plants, inflammation, exudation, antioxidants.
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