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Interaction of Sambucus nigra flower and berry decoctions with the actions of centrally acting drugs in rats

Interaction of Sambucus nigra flower and berry decoctions with the actions of centrally acting drugs in rats

Pharmaceutical Biology 39(2): 142-145

The effect of flower and berry decoctions of Sambucus nigra (collected from Yugoslavia) on the hypnotic action of phenobarbitone (30 mg/ml) and the analgesic action of morphine (5 mg/ml) in rats is described. Wistar laboratory rats received 2 ml/kg of either flower (1:10) or berry decoction (1:10) orally 2 h before and simultaneously with the investigated drugs injected subcutaneously.

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DOI: 10.1076/phbi.

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