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Hypoglycemic effect of Eucheuma denticulatum (Goso) extract on alloxan-induced hyperglycemic ICR mice (Mus musculus).

HERDIN Record No.
R07-UVGMC-17070417163414
Author(s)
Dianne Blanche E. Cancino-Clarin, Chona  B. Dolorzo, Sarah Jean O. Fernandez, Ed Marie M. Gencianos, Manognya Ryali
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In the recent years studies have been made in the research by using many traditional medicinal plants to cure or alleviate a variety of illnesses, of which one common disease is diabetes mellitus. This research aims to determine the therapeutic effects and benefits of . . .
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The Wound Healing Effect of Calabash Tree (Crescentia cujete) Leaf Ointment on ICR Mice.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-UVGMC-17070413562377
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The skin serves as a protective barrier against the outside environment. A wound would be presented due to any damage or injury to the skin. The natural process of wound healing can be enhanced by certain raw material, one of which might be the Calabash tree (Crescent . . .
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Wound healing effect of Psidium guajava (Guava Leaf) extract ointment in comparison to Fucidin® and Topiderm® on incisional wounds in ICR mice.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-UVGMC-17070413115378
Author(s)
Arun  K. Gandu, Vikram Goud Gollapally, Vinayak Kandikattla, Thejaswi Thigulla, Praveen kumar Yajjala
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Wound healing is a challenging clinical problem and management of wounds is important. Many studies and researches have been made in the development of topical ointment to avoid infection and promote wound healing. This study aimed to determine the wound healing abili . . .
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Evaluation on the wound healing activity of lemongrass leaves (Cymbopogon citratus) ointment in surgically incised wounds in ICR mice.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-UVGMC-17070411320852
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This study evaluated the effects of wound healing activity of lemongrass (Cymbopogon citratus) leaves ointment in surgically incised wounds in ICR mice. A total of 28 male ICR mice were acclimatized for seven days. Commercial feeds and water were provided ad libitum. . . .
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The Inhibitory Effect of Malunggay (Moringa olleifera) Leaves Decoction on the Growth of Staphylococcus aureus Under Laboratory Conditions.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-UVGMC-17060115573384
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Many different types of natural medicine use herbs as part of their practice. There is no literally no culture, ancient modern, that did not use plants information that we've lost since the invention of  synthetic drugs. Malunggay . . .
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The Wound healing effect of Ethanolic extract of Jasminum sambac (Sampaguita) flowers on incised wounds of male albino mice.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-UVGMC-17060115181686
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The study determined the wound healing effect of Jasminum sambac (Sampaguita) flower ethanolic extract among male Mus musculus (Albino mice). Experimental method was used in the study. The study was conducted in a a private residence located in Catarman, Lilo-an, Cebu . . .
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The Effect of Jasminum sambac (Sampaguita) flowers syrup on the serum total cholesterol level of dyslipidemic patients.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-UVGMC-17060113525162
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Hyperlipidemia has become the source of much anxiety since it is associated with the development of atheroma, coronary artery disease, and pancreatitis. One of the approaches to the treatment and management of hyperlipidemia is Ayurvedic medicine. Recently, Jasminum s . . .
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The Anti-lipidemic effect of Cymbopogon citrates (Lemongrass) stalk decoction among dyslipidemic male rabbits.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-UVGMC-1706011128526
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Study was conducted at the Pharmacology laboratory of Gullas College of Medicine, University of the Visayas, Mandaue City. The total serum cholesterol of the study groups was determined by the use of cholesterol blood chemistry analyzer. A record sheet where the serum . . .
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The Efficacy and Safety of Syzygium cumini (Black Plum) Bark Syrup versus Salbutamol Syrup Among Patients with Intermittent Asthma.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-UVGMC-17053015561872
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The clinical trial research was done in asthmatic patient, which the treatment was implied in standard regimen (Salbutamol syrup) and Syzygium cumini bark extract regimen. The sample selection criteria was male and female , 18 years old and older, willing to participa . . .
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Wound Healing Effect of Aloe vera Root Extract in Male Albino Mice.

HERDIN Record No.
R07-UVGMC-17053113123135
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The male albino mice were inflicted with two wounds of 10mm in size on the dorsal gluteus area, using a sharp sharp and sterelized blade with proper aseptic technique. The two wounds were labelled E (treated with Aloe vera root extract) and C (treated with distilled w . . .
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