alexa Analgesic activity of Psychotria colorata (Willd. ex R. & S.) Muell. Arg. alkaloids.
Anesthesiology

Anesthesiology

Journal of Pain Management & Medicine

Author(s): Elisabetsky E, Amador TA, Albuquerque RR, Nunes DS, Carvalho Ado C, Elisabetsky E, Amador TA, Albuquerque RR, Nunes DS, Carvalho Ado C, Elisabetsky E, Amador TA, Albuquerque RR, Nunes DS, Carvalho Ado C, Elisabetsky E, Amador TA, Albuquerque RR, Nunes DS, Carvalho Ado C

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Abstract An ethnopharmacological survey showed that home remedies prepared with flowers, fruits and roots of Psychotria colorata (Wild. ex R. & S.) Muell. Arg. (RUBIACEAE) are used by Amazonian caboclos as pain killers. These data led to the evaluation of analgesic activity of extracts of P. colorata, using the formalin, writhing and tail-flick methods. This paper reports the Naloxone reversible opioid-like analgesic activity of alkaloids present in leafs and flowers of P. colorata.
This article was published in J Ethnopharmacol and referenced in Journal of Pain Management & Medicine

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