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Inventi Rapid - Molecular Pharmacology

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  • Inventi:pmp/28870/19
    A STUDY ON ANTICONVULSANT AND ANXIOLYTIC ACTIVITY OF BARK EXTRACT OF BETULA UTILIS IN MICE
    Jogendra Singh, Amit Upadhyay*, Vinay Jain, Priyanka Joshi, Muraree Lal

    Ethnobotany is the study of the symbiotic relationship between humans and plants, more specifically on the ways that humans use plants in everyday life. Ethno botanical species are used as sources of food and medicinal remedies. Across the world, it is still common for plants to be used as a major component in natural medicines. Medicinal plants have also been found to be the number one source of biologically active compounds and many documented medicinal plants have been scientifically proven to have therapeutic applications. In present investigation plant Betula utilis was selected for anticonvulsant and anxiolytic activity. The result shows that the hydroalcoholic extract of bark of Betula utilis was found to be effective against the anti-convulsant as well as anxiolytic activity. The hydroalcoholic extract of this plant is attractive material for the development of a potent phytomedicine for the CNS disorder.

    How to Cite this Article
    Jogendra Singh, Amit Upadhyay, Vinay Jain et al. A Study on Anticonvulsant and Anxiolytic Activity of Bark Extract of Betula utilis in Mice. Inventi Rapid: Molecular Pharmacology, 2019(3):1-4, 2019.
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