Author(s): Okokon JE, Nwafor PA, Okokon JE, Nwafor PA, Okokon JE, Nwafor PA, Okokon JE, Nwafor PA
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Abstract The ethanolic root extract of C. zambesicus (27-81mg/kg) was evaluated for antiiflammatory, analgesic and antipyretic properties in mice. The extract (27-81mg/kg) demonstrated a weak antiinflammatory activity. However, a significant (P<0.01-0.001) analgesic and antipyretic activities were observed in all the experimental models tested. The extract may be exerting its effects through central mechanisms. These findings confirms its ethnomedical use in the treatment of malarial-associated symptoms.
This article was published in Pak J Pharm Sci
and referenced in Journal of Pain Management & Medicine