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Japanese Journal of Psychosomatic Dentistry
Antinociceptive effects of the traditional Chinese (Kampo) medicines, Hochu-ekki-to, Yoku-kan-san and Saiko-ka-ryukotsu-borei-to, were studied on acetic acid-induced writhing in mice. The number of writhings observed was counted in consecutive 5 min periods for 60 min after intraperitoneal injection of 0.6% acetic acid. Kampo medicines were administered for 14 consecutive days, prior to testing, in the drinking water. Oral administration of Hochu-ekki-to (60,150 and 300 mg/kg/day)doi:10.11268/jjpsd1986.12.37 fatcat:wpapmi426vavpexum5xrxg2s34