The Pharmacological Properties of the Complex Plant Remedy of Traditional Medicine

Vitaly G. Banzaraksheev, PhD*, Tatyana A. Azhunova, PhD, ScD

Institute of General and Experimental Biology of the Siberian Branch of the RAS, Ulan-Ude, Russian Federation

*Corresponding author: Vitaly G. Banzaraksheev, Institute of General and Experimental Biology of the Siberian Branch of the RAS. 6, Sakhyanova str., 670047, Ulan-Ude, Russian Federation. Tel: +79024537215. E-mail:

Published: March 25, 2013


The aim of this study was to get an experimental estimation of the anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating properties of the complex plant remedy. The subject of this study was complex plant remedy that has been developed based on the recipes of Tibetan medicine. Experiments were conducted on Wistar rats and male mice of the CBA genetic strain. The anti-inflammatory properties of the remedy were estimated based on the anti-exudative, anti-proliferative and anti-alterative activity, immunomodulating properties on the state of the cell and the humoral chains of the immune response. The remedy tested in this study suppressed the development of formalin-induced edema, reduced the degree of tissue destruction caused by the flogogenic agent and activated the regenerative processes in the seat of inflammation; it also increased the index of the reaction of delayed hypersensitivity and the number of antibody-producing cells. A study of the pharmacological activity of the complex plant remedy indicates that it has anti-inflammatory and immune modulating effects, which are attributable to the complex of biologically active substances.

complex plant remedy; anti-inflammatory and immunomodulating properties.
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