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Autor     Ali Gorji
Titel    Pharmacological treatment of headache using traditional Persian medicine
Zeitschrift    Trends in Pharmacological Sciences
Datum    July 2003
Jahrgang    24
Nummer    7
Seiten    331-334
URL    http://his.library.nenu.edu.cn/upload/soft/haoli/113/250.pdf

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Naturally occurring substances derived from plants currently have, and will continue to have, a relevant place in drug discovery. The use of medicinal plants for the treatment of headache in Persia can be traced back to the 6th century BC. Despite progress in the development of therapy in recent years, effective and potent drugs are still required for the treatment of headache. The search for new pharmacologically active analgesics obtained from plants has led to the discovery of some clinically useful drugs that, during the past two centuries, have played a major role in the treatment of human diseases. However, most medicinal plants prescribed by Persian physicians remain largely unexamined (Gorji, 2003).

Gorji A. Pharmacological treatment of headache using traditional Persian medicine. Trends Pharmacol Sci. 2003;24:331-4.

Naturally occurring substances derived from plants currently have, and will continue to have, a relevant place in drug discovery. [...]

The use of medicinal plants for the treatment of headache in Persia can be traced back to the 6th century BC [1]. [...]

Despite progress in the development of therapy in recent years, effective and potent drugs are still required for the treatment of headache. The search for new pharmacologically active analgesics obtained from plants has led to the discovery of some clinically useful drugs that, during the past two centuries, have played a major role in the treatment of human diseases. However, most medicinal plants prescribed by Persian physicians remain [largely unexamined.]

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