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Acokanthera schimperi Apocynaceae , Euclea schimperi Ebenaceae , Inula confertiflora Asteraceae , Melilotus elegans Leguminosae , and Plumbago zeylanica Plumbaginaceae , are some of the medicinal plants used in Ethiopia for treatment of various skin disorders. In parallel, the cytotoxicity was quantified using a crystal violet uptake assay.

The antiviral activity of the most active compound was confirmed with plaque reduction assays. The results revealed that the extracts of Acokanthera schimperi and Euclea schimperi showed antiviral activity against all three tested viruses albeit with unequal efficacy.

Whereas the Acokanthera schimperi extract exhibited the strongest activity against CVB3, the extract of Euclea schimperi inhibited influenzavirus A replication most effectively. A weak anti-influenzavirus A activity was also exhibited by the other plant extracts tested. Thus, the extracts of these plants, particularly those of Acokanthera schimperi, Euclea schimperi and Inula confertiflora which showed activity against CVB3 and HSV-1 support their traditional use in the treatment of skin diseases of viral origin.

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Full-text links Cite Favorites. Abstract Acokanthera schimperi Apocynaceae , Euclea schimperi Ebenaceae , Inula confertiflora Asteraceae , Melilotus elegans Leguminosae , and Plumbago zeylanica Plumbaginaceae , are some of the medicinal plants used in Ethiopia for treatment of various skin disorders. Similar articles Anti-viral activity of the extracts of a Kenyan medicinal plant Carissa edulis against herpes simplex virus.

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Euclea racemosa the sea guarrie or dune guarrie is a small to medium-sized evergreen tree that is indigenous to the Indian Ocean coast of Africa from Egypt to South Africa , as well as in Comoros , Oman and Yemen. Euclea racemosa has leathery foliage that can be exceptionally even and dense - making it an ideal plant for hedges. A dioecious tree male and female flowers on separate trees , it produces small white flowers , which are followed by red, purple and black fruits that attract birds. The berries are used locally to make "Guarrie vinegar". The name guarrie appears to derive from the local Khoe language, in which it is spelled gwarri. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The characteristic multi-coloured berries of the Sea Guarrie tree.

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Acokanthera schimperi Apocynaceae , Euclea schimperi Ebenaceae , Inula confertiflora Asteraceae , Melilotus elegans Leguminosae , and Plumbago zeylanica Plumbaginaceae , are some of the medicinal plants used in Ethiopia for treatment of various skin disorders. In parallel, the cytotoxicity was quantified using a crystal violet uptake assay. The antiviral activity of the most active compound was confirmed with plaque reduction assays. The results revealed that the extracts of Acokanthera schimperi and Euclea schimperi showed antiviral activity against all three tested viruses albeit with unequal efficacy.

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