The young companion of Miss Crawley, at the conclusion of their interview, came in to receive their instructions, and administered those antiphlogistic
medicines which the eminent men ordered.
Essential oils are sources of natural substances with several biological activities with antioxidant, antimicrobial, anticancer, antinociceptive, antiviral, and antiphlogistic
properties (Martins et al., 2015).
Antirheumatic and Antiphlogistic
: They cure dysfunctions of the circulatory system, stimulate circulation and detoxify the blood of toxins like uric acid, thereby helping cure ailments like rheumatism, arthritis, etc., which are caused due to improper circulation and accumulation of uric.
Effects of steroidal and non-steroidal antiphlogistic
drugs on eicosanoid synthesis in irritated skin: Studies with the isolated perfused bovine udder.
Wagner, "Search for new plant constituents with potential antiphlogistic
and antiallergic activity," Planta Medica, vol.
Additionally, they exhibit antiphlogistic
and antioxidant properties [19,20].
lanceolata exerted antiphlogistic
effect on the carrageenan-induced edema (28, 29).
The plant species Alpinia galanga belongs to the family of Zingiberaceae is a perennial herb with rhizomatous root stocks and is mainly known in Asia (China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia and Thailand), as a drug prepared from the rhizomes and roots and is used as tea or tincture with spasmolytic, antiphlogistic
and antibacterial effects, also is used as stomachicum and against gastric diseases .
Studies on [alpha]-bisabolol and [alpha]-bisabolol oxide found in flower of chamomile plant in 1%-2% of volatile oils showed antiinflammatory and antiphlogistic
(1986) WEL, which is the main active component of Wedelia calendulaceae and Eclipta alba, exhibits 5-lipoxygenase inhibitory, hepatoprotective, and antiphlogistic
(2001) and Andallu and Varadacharyulu (2003) have reported many different medicinal properties of mulberry leaves; it is used in traditional Chinese medicine as an antiphlogistic
, diuretic, expectorant and antidiabetic (Mohammadi and Naik, 2008).
They proposed a shift away from the more trusted antiphlogistic
paradigm of treatment, which involved emetics, calomel purgatives, cupping and bloodletting, and instead endeavoured to restore the body back to its natural state by hydration and heat therapy.