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Calendula and Hypericum: two homeopathic drugs promoting wound healing in rats

Fitoterapia 62(6): 508-510

Calendula and Hypericum: two homeopathic drugs promoting wound healing in rats

A tincture of Calendula sp. was applied locally to excision and incision wounds in rats and a tincture of Hypericum sp. was given orally to rats with excision, incision or dead-space wounds.

Accession: 002042043

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