The rootstock of Cochlospermum tinctorium is collected from the wild and yields a brown-yellow dye, used for dyeing cloth (cotton), thread, mats, basketware and. Category: information only not used for fragrances or flavors. Recommendation for cochlospermum tinctorium oil usage levels up to: not for fragrance use. PDF | Methanol extract of the root of Cochlospermum tinctorium was evaluated for antibacterial activities using hole-in-plate bioassay technique against.
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The rootstock of Cochlospermum tinctorium is collected from the wild and yields a brown-yellow dye, used for dyeing cloth cottonthread, mats, basketware and ornaments, and rarely also leather.
Several colours can be obtained by the use of mordants e. Drugs used in Africa as dyes: AMRE did not significantly reduced the cochoospermum paw diameter at the lowest dose tested 7. Each mouse was placed in the beaker on the hot plate in order to obtain its response to electrical heat-induced nociceptive pain stimulus.
Antiinflammtory and Antinociceptive Activities of methanolic extract of the leaves of Fraxinus floribunda Wallich. Cochlospermim and Vernonia kotschyana Sch. Thirty minute after treatment, the reaction time of each mouse was again evaluated but only once on this occasion.
Fruits are elongated valve capsule containing seeds that are embedded in cotton foam Hutchinson and Dalziel, Journal of Essential Oil Research 13 1: In conclusion, the findings of this study suggests that the aqueous methanol root, leaf and root bark extracts of Cochlospermum tinctorium possess significant analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities in laboratory animals and lend credence to the ethnomedical use of the plant in the management of pain and inflammatory conditions.
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The data presented in this study showed that aqueous leaf, root and root bark extracts of Cochlospermum tinctorium possess significantly analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities. The ability of the extracts to attenuate the acetic acid-induced writhing in mice suggests that they possess analgesic activity. Click on “show more” to view cochlospermhm. Flowering is in the dry season after the savanna burns, and the fruits are ripe about one month after flowering.
Flavonoids especially are known to be effective antimicrobial agents against a wide array of microorganisms; the activity is attributed to their ability to complex with extra cellular and soluble proteins and with bacterial cell wall Cowan, This study is, therefore, aimed at evaluating the analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities of the aqueous methanol extracts of Cochlospermum tinctorium. Few pharmacological studies have been conducted on the plant. Natural Academy press; In Cameroon a yellow facial mask is made from the powdered rootstock mixed cochlos;ermum water.
Goodman and Gilman’s the pharmacological basis of therapeutics. The mean of these three determinations constituted tinctoriu reaction time before treatment of the mouse. Comparison of killing of S. The writhing response of the mouse to intraperitoneally injected noxious chemicals such as acetic acid is used to screen for both central and peripheral analgesic activity.
Phytochemical screening revealed the presence of alkaloids, flavonoids, tannins and cardiac glycosides. Int J Tindtorium Appl Sci. Plant products as antimicrobial agents. The number of writhes was counted using tally counter for each mouse for a period of 10 min after 5 min latency period. The present study suggests that the aqueous methanol leaf, root, and root bark extracts of Cochlopermum tinctorium possess analgesic and anti-inflammatory activities which lend some credence to the ethnomedical claim of the use of the plant in the management of pain and inflammatory conditions.
The common vernacular names in Nigeria include rawaya, kyamba Hausaobazi, abanzi Igboand sewutu Yoruba. Medicinal Plants and Traditional Medicine in Africa. The suspension was used to streak on the surface of Muller Hinton agar plates with sterile swab. Time kill studies showed that there was no viable S. MBC was recorded as the lowest concentration of extract showing no bacterial growth. Hot plate test A ml test beaker was placed on thermostat hot plate Gallenkamp thermostat.
Table 1 Phytochemical constituents present in the aqueous methanol extracts of C. Cochlospermum tinctorium Cochlospermum tinctorium A. Abstract Cochlopermum tinctorium A. How to cite this article: The continued investigation of the secondary plant metabolites has led to important breakthroughs in pharmacology and has helped tremendously in the development of modern pharmacotherapeutics in Africa and other parts of the world Nwaogu et al.
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The modulatory effect of Cochlospermum tinctorium a rich aqueous root extract on liver damage induced by carbon tetrachloride in rats. Citation in scholarly articles. To our knowledge, there is no cochlospremum on the analgesic and anti-inflammatory potentials of the plant in cochlosprrmum literature. The extract was subjected to various phytochemical tests to identify the constituent secondary metabolites using standard methods as described by HarborneSofowora and Trease and Evans Release of prostaglandins E and F in an algogenic reaction and its inhibition.
These findings are in agreement with the findings of Holetz et al. The analgesic potentials of the extracts were studied using acetic acid induced writhing and hot plate tests in mice while the anti-inflammatory activity was investigated using carrageenan-induced paw edema in rats. There are 2 news article citations tinctofium to Cochlospermum tinctorium Perr.
They were then size-reduced separately into coarse powder with a pestle and mortar. The MBC result showed that the extract was bactericidal to S. Footnotes Source of Support: