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The seed of the plant is known as fever nut, bonduc nut and physic nut and the medicinal properties were mainly localized to the seed coat or seed kernel.
Adaptogenic activity of Caesalpinia bonduc seed xtracts in rats.
The pharmacological properties of Caesalpinia bonduc Roxb.
Key words: Caesalpinia bonduc extract (Cebo), Neostigmine, Gallamine
The aim of the present study was to examine the pharmacological effects of the leaf extract of Caesalpinia bonduc (Cebo) in comparison with those of well-known substances, in an attempt to determine the activity of Cebo against the effect of venom and in order to explain the extract's mechanism of action.
Influence of Caesalpinia bonduc extract on twitch contractions of the anterior skeletal muscle in situ