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Effects of hydroalchoholic extract of Iranian Propolis on acute, chronic and visceral pain in mice
Abbas Ali Taherian , Hamid Reza Sameni , Shima Sharifi , Mohammad Hossein Taherian , Mohammad Hossein Taherian
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Introduction: Propolis is a natural bee product, which has been used in folk medicine for the management of different diseases. Regarding to anti-inflammatory effects of Propolis, in this study we evaluated the analgesic effects of hydroalchoholic extract of Iranian Propolis on acute and chronic pain.
Materials and Methods: 192 young adult male albino mice (25-30 g) in 24 groups (n = 8) were used. Propolis (100, 200, and 500 mg/kg), vehicle and morphine as Positive control drug (5mg/Kg) were injected intera- peritoneally 30 min before the pain evaluation tests. Acute and chronic pain was assessed by by using hot plate (HP), tail flick (TF), formalin (FT) and writhing (WR) tests.
 Results: Comapred to the control group, Propolis extract in all doeses increased pain tolerance in both the HP and TF (P<0.01). In the FT, Propolis extract decreased the reaction time in neurogenic and inflammatory phases than the control group (P<0.01). Pretreatment with the Propolis extract reduced the number and time of of abdominal writhes in the WR than the control group (P<0.01).
Conclusion: The above findings showed that Iranian Propolis have anti-analgesic effects in both acute and chronic models of pain.
Keywords: Propolis, Acute Pain, Visceral Pain, Chronic Pain, Mice
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: General
Received: 2018/10/22 | Accepted: 2019/07/30 | Published: 2020/01/4
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Taherian A A, Sameni H R, Sharifi S, Taherian M H, Taherian M H. Effects of hydroalchoholic extract of Iranian Propolis on acute, chronic and visceral pain in mice. koomesh. 2020; 22 (1) :170-177
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