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African Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmacology
Neuropathic pain is the consequence of abnormal processing in the peripheral or central nervous system (CNS) elicited by neuronal injury. Due to its heterogeneous nature and important unwanted adverse effects of the commonly prescribed psychoactive drugs like benzodiazepines (BDZ), the treatment of neuropathic pain has remained a challenge for the scientific community. Flavonoids initially isolated from plants and used as tranquilizers in Folkloric medicine, have been reported to possessdoi:10.5897/ajpp2019.5023 fatcat:7xwy4gfhgbcepmtdlkmeiimqfm