Experimental diuretic effects of Rosmarinus officinalis and Centaurium erythraea

Volume: 71, Issue: 3, Pages: 465 - 472
Published: 1 Aug, 2000

Abstract
Herbal remedies are widely used in Moroccan pharmacopoeia. We assessed the diuretic effect of two medicinal plants: Rosmarinus officinalis L., Labiatae, and Centaurium erythraea L., Gentianaceae, both reputed for the treatment of urinary ailments. To determine the action of these herbs on urinary volume (UV) and the excretion of sodium (U(Na)V), potassium (U(K)V), and chloride (U(Cl)V), the aqueous extracts of both plants were administered daily...


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Title
Experimental diuretic effects of Rosmarinus officinalis and Centaurium erythraea
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Published Date
Aug 1, 2000
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Volume
71
Issue
3
Pages
465 - 472
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