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Medicinal properties and in vitro responses of Mayenus senegalensis (Lam.) exell.
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A pharmacological study of some Nigerian medicinal plants.
Petroleum ether, dichloromethane, and 80% ethanol extracts of 15 plant species collected in Nigeria were screened for in vitro antibacterial, anti-inflammatory and antimalarial activities. Antibacterial activity was tested ...
Evaluation of anthelmintic, antiamoebic and antibacterial activity in traditional South African medicinal plants.
Traditional medicine in southern Africa draws upon a vast selection of plants to treat gastrointestinal disorders such as diarrhoea and intestinal parasites. The evaluation of these plants for biological activity is ...
An evaluation of plants used in eastern Nigeria in the treatment of epilepsy and convulsion.
Schumanniophyton magnificum and Glypheae brevis are important medicinal plants growing wild in the West African rain forest. They are used in folkloric medicine in the treatment of epilepsy and convulsion as well as for ...
Anti-bacterial and anti-inflammatory activity of medicinal plants used traditionally in Lesotho.
A significant potion of the population in Lesotho relies on traditional medicine to meet its health care requirements. Traditional healers and herbalists were interviewed from Qacha's Nek (Highlands) and Mohale's Hoek ...
Micropropagation of Hypoxis colchicifolia Baker, a valuable medicinal plant.
The large geophytic monocotyledon, Hypoxis colchicifolia Baker, has been identified for the importance of its corm extracts in the development of a potential non-toxic prodrug for the treatment of inflammation, certain ...