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Antiinflammatory and Wound Healing Activity of Sedum Essential Oils Growing in Kazakhstan

Authors: Raissa A. Muzychkina, Dmitriy Yu. Korulkin

Abstract:

The article represents the results of clinical researches of composite herbal medicinal product based on essential oils of Sedum plants growing in Kazakhstan in commercial reserves at the territory of Kazakhstan. The results of comparative analysis are represented in obstetric-gynecologic practice during combined therapy for postnatal complications, inflammatory infiltrates in the area of surgical wounds including wounds after caesarean section.

Keywords: Isolation, Wound Healing, Anti-Inflammatory, Bioactive Substances, sedum L, essential oils

Digital Object Identifier (DOI): doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1106081

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