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Oriental Pharmacy and Experimental Medicine
Volume 10 - 2010
Date: June 30, 2010

Journal: Pages 86-89

June 2010 | Central nervous system depressant effect of two spices ajowan (Carumcopticum Karst.) and bay leaves (Cinnamomum tamala T.Nees.)…

T Rahman1, KA Rahman1, S Rajia1, M Alamgir2,3,*, Mahmud TH Khan4 and M Shahabuddin KChoudhuri1

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​Two common Indian spices Carum copticum Karst (ajowan) and Cinnamomum tamala T.Nees. (bayleaves) has been investigated first time to report the activity on the central nervous system.Preliminary study of the hot water extract showed depressant activity on the hole board test asevidenced from the ambulation and head dipping scores. The extracts further quicken the onsetand increased the duration of pentobarbital induced sleeping time.


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