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The Analgetic Effect of Kayu Rapat Bark Infusion (Parameria Laevigata (Juss.) Moldenke) on Male Mice Treated with Thermal Induction

Introduction: Kayu rapat bark has been empirically used to treat many kinds of disease, and was assumed to have analgetic effect because it contains flavonoid and polyphenol in its bark.Objectives: The aim of this experiment is to discover the analgetic effect of kayu rapat (Parameria laevigata (Juss.) Moldenke) bark.Methods: The method used in this experiment was laboratoric experiment. The analgetic property was examined through heat-induced pain using a heating plate equiped with a thermostat of 550C. The experimental animal used were Swiss -Webster 25 male mice weighing ± 28 grams which were then divided into 5 treatment groups (n=5), each group was given a kayu rapat bark infusion (IKKR) of 0.975 g/kgBW, 1.95 g/kgBW , 3.9 g/kgBW, Aquadest (as control) and Sodium diclofenac 17.86 mg/kgBW (drug for comparison). The datas taken were the reaction times of the earliest visible response marked by lifting up or licking the front paws or even jumping of the mice. Data were analyzed using one way ANOVA, followed by mean difference test of Tukey HSD with α = 0.05.Results: The experimental results showed a significant difference for the IKKR of 0.975 g/kgBW (p<0.05). On the other hand, a highly significant difference was observed for th e IKKR of 1.95 g/kgBW and 3.9 g/kgBW (p<0.01). The experimental group that was given the IKKR of 3.9 g/kgBW showed a similar potency as Sodium diclofenac (p>0.05).Conclusion: It is therefore concluded that kayu rapat bark infusion had analgetic effect possesses an an algetic property.
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The Effect of Kencur's Rhizome Ethanol Extract (Kaempferia Galangal L.) Against Gastric Mucosal to Swiss Webster Mice in Induce by Asetosal

Introduction: Ulcers may occur in the entire gastrointestinal tract, mostly in gastric and duodenal. In general, patients usually complain of gastric ulcer dyspepsia (collection of symptoms such as nausea, vomiting, bloating, heartburn, belching, feeling of fullness in the gut, burning, and quickly feel full). WHO recommends the use of traditional medicines, including herbal in the maintenance of public health. Kencur is one herb that is often used in the treatment of gastric inflammation.Objectives: This research is to determine the effects of Kencur’s rhizome extract in preventing gastric ulcer by observing the depth of gastric mucosal erosion mice.Methods: The research method used is true experimental design in laboratorium with complete randomized design, which is comparative. Experimental animals used were Swiss Webster male mice, divided into 6 groups (n = 5). Group I,II, and III were given kencur’s rhizome extract with dose 0,52; 1,04; and 1,3 mg/kg of mice. Group IV was given CMC 1 %, group V was given asetosal, and group VI was given omeprazole. The data observed are the depth of gastric mucosa erosion, evaluated by a scoring system. The data is analyzed by using the Kruskal Wallis followed by Mann-Whitney test. Results: The result shows a very significant differences between groups I, II, III compared to group IV. There is very significant differences between groups I, III and group V. The comparison between group II and group V shows a significant result, while the comparison between group I, II, III and group VI shows no significant result.Conclusion:Kencur’s rhizome extract prevent gastric mucosa erosion of mice (gastric ulcer) that is induced by asetosal.
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