2006
DOI: 10.1016/j.jep.2005.08.008
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Antinociceptive effect of the aqueous extract obtained from roots of Physalis angulata L. on mice

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“…P. angulata is an annual herb indigenous to many parts of the tropics and subtropics, including Taiwan. Extracts from this plant have been used in traditional medicine in Taiwan to treat malaria, hepatitis, rheumatism, liver problems, and tumors (Bastos et al, 2006;Hsieh et al, 2006;He et al, 2007). P. alkekengi, known as "Winter cherry," is used in Chinese medicine as an expectorant, antitussive, diuretic, and oxytocic agent.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…P. angulata is an annual herb indigenous to many parts of the tropics and subtropics, including Taiwan. Extracts from this plant have been used in traditional medicine in Taiwan to treat malaria, hepatitis, rheumatism, liver problems, and tumors (Bastos et al, 2006;Hsieh et al, 2006;He et al, 2007). P. alkekengi, known as "Winter cherry," is used in Chinese medicine as an expectorant, antitussive, diuretic, and oxytocic agent.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Previous studies have focused on the isolation and characterization of secondary metabolites, whereas it has been demonstrated that some of the extracts or active principles obtained from Physalis species have a broad spectrum of biological activities, including antileukemic, antitumor, immunomodulator, cytotoxic, antimycobacterial, antimicrobial, molluscicidal, antihepatoma, and antinociceptive activities in recent studies (Chiang et al, 1992a(Chiang et al, , 1992bJanuário et al, 2002;Shim et al, 2002;Su et al, 2002;Dos Santos et al, 2003;Soares et al, 2003;Wu et al, 2004;Choudhary et al, 2005;Lee & Houghton, 2005;Silva et al, 2005;Bastos et al, 2006;Magalhaes et al, 2006;Damu et al, 2007;Castro et al, 2008). It has been previously reported that the crude extract (i.e.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Physalis angulata L. (Fonteles et al, 1990); analgesic (Bastos et al, 2006); antioxidant (Choi & Hwang, 2005), antiinflammatory effects (Bastos et al, 2008). Phytochemical: seco-steroids (physalins) (Soares et al, 2006;Abe et al, 2006;Kuo et al, 2006;Magalhães et al, 2006a;Magalhães et al, 2006b;Damu et al, 2007), alkaloids (Edeoga et al, 2005), tannins and flavonoids (Edeoga et al, 2005;Wollenweber et al, 2005), the withanolides withangulatin (Lee et al, 2008) and physagulins .…”
Section: Plants From Solanaceae Family With Possible Anxiolytic Effecmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Both the fruit and leaves extracts of the plant have been used in traditional medicine, showing important anticancer, antimycobacterial, antipyretic, diuretic and immunomodulatory antibiotics, antioxidants and anti-inflammatory activities, corroborated by the phytochemical studies of this genre, with the presence of Witanolides, steroids, alkaloids, glycosides, and flavonoids. The fruit has a pleasant flavor and characteristic aroma, which makes it interesting for transformation, conservation and use as a functional food by the addition of compounds with physiological activity: ascorbic acid (potent antioxidant), folic acid (formation of structural proteins and hemoglobin), minerals like iron (synthesis of red blood cells), fiber (promotes intestinal evacuation and maintenance of the intestinal microbial flora), and soy protein (high amount of essential amino acids and isoflavones that help control women's estrogens), which complements its nutritional value and provide it with healthy attributes (1)(2)(3)(4)(5).…”
Section: Introdutionmentioning
confidence: 99%