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Comparison of Antinociceptive Effect of Viola Odorata with Carbamazepine in Animal Seizure Model
Armaghane Danesh Bimonthly Journal
and Aim: Currently, various drugs are used to treat epilepsy and seizures, which in turn, have side effects and, in the long run, cause drug resistance. In traditional medicine, violet plant (Viola odorata) is recommended for the treatment of seizure. The aim of this study was to evaluate the antinociceptive effects of violet flowers in animal models of seizure compared to carbamazepine. Methods: In the present experimental study, 40 rat mice were used in five groups of eight. Hydroalcoholicdoaj:813a560dd15548f2a228e56854f674a5 fatcat:imlenqleangrvlfg7weyifkpd4