Antiinflammatory and analgesic effects of Carthamus lanatus aerial parts

A Bocheva, B Mikhova, R Taskova, M Mitova, H Duddeck
Fitoterapia 2003, 74 (6): 559-63
Fractions of methanol, dichloromethane, water extracts and volatiles of Carthamus lanatus aerial parts given by oral route at a dose of 2 mg/kg showed significant antiinflammatory activities in rats. On the contrary, only the water fraction of MeOH extract possesses a significant analgesic activity.

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