| RESEARCH PAPER
|Year : 1988 | Volume
| Issue : 2 | Page : 102-108
A pharmacological evaluation of anti-stress activity of diospyros peregrina gurke
N Singh, R Nath, ML Gupta
1, Dicspyros peregrina (ethyl acetate extract) was studied for the anti-stress activity in albino mice and rats in diverse stressful situations.
2. It significantly increased the swimming performance, prevented stress induced adrenal function changes and milk induced leucocytosis in mice.
3. It also protected rats from stress and aspirin induced gastric ulcers and CCl4 induced hepatotoxicity and mortality.
4. These effects appear to be due to improvement in the general adaptation processes during stress.
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