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Cyathula prostrata is used by the Kurichiya tribe of Kannur district in Western Ghats, Kerala, India for treatment of fever [63]; the plant was used by the TMPs as expectorant, emetic, demulcent, and vulnerary. Crinum asiaticum is used by the Baiga tribals in Amarkantak Meikal forest of Madhya Pradesh, India to cure ear pain and fever [28]; the plant was used by the TMPs against jaundice.
Malone, "Evaluation of vulnerary activity by an open wound procedure in rats," Archives Internationale de Pharmacodynamie et de Therapie, vol.
Mallotus philippenensis is well known to contain different natural compounds, mainly phenols, diterpenoids, steroids, flavonoids, cardenolides, triterpenoids, coumarins, isocoumarins and many more which exhibit interesting biological activities such as antimicrobial [6], anticestodal [7, 8], antiviral [9], immune-regulatory, antiviral, or cytotoxic along with being also used as purgative, anthelmintic, vulnerary, detergent, maturant, carminative, alexiteric and being useful in treatment of bronchitis, abdominal diseases [10].
In folk medicine of other countries, different species of Tragopogon have been used as anticough, astringent, vulnerary, and skin repairing and proposed to be beneficial for gastrointestinal disorders [4, 5].
as antispasmodic, diaphoretic, vulnerary, diuretic, antiasthamatic, febrifuge and as sedative agents [5-7].
canadensis is a mucous membrane trophorestorative, anti-inflammatory and vulnerary herb that has been shown to inhibit production of TNF-[alpha], IL-6, IL-10, and IL-12 in a dose-dependent manner in vitro (ClementKruzel 2008).
This plant is considered as vermifuge, antiseptic, antimalarial, aperitif, eupeptic, diuretic, vulnerary and also as an active ingredient against amenorrhoea and leucorrhoea (Fournier, 1947; Cazin, 1876).
For patients in whom it was considered possible to perform surgery, debridement or minor amputation is performed; for open wounds after surgery, adjuvant therapies such as regular ointment therapy, use of vulnerary covering materials, NPWT, and PRP therapy are selected.
Smith also pledged to support a conference for vulnerary return of refugees and IDPs scheduled to be held in Nyala, capital of South Darfur, next November.
The preparation is vulnerary in cases of chronic cutaneous wounds.