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Year : 1994  |  Volume : 26  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 55-56

Capillary permeability-increasing effect of Eucalyptus hybrid leaf and a Seseli indicum seed oils in rabbit


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The cutaneous capillary permeability - increasing action of the essential oils from leaves of Eucalyptus hybrid and seeds of Seseli indicum was evaluated in Evan's blue-treated rabbits. Both the oils (0.1 ml each) increased the permeability on their intradermal administration and the effect persisted up to a period of 6 hr of observation. This effect of oils may be beneficial for their probable wound healing activity.






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