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(Allium sativum)
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  • Treatments used for malaria in young Ethiopian children: a retrospective study. [Journal Article]
  • MJMalar J 2018 Dec 05; 17(1):451
  • Gurmu AE, Kisi T, … Willcox M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Of 447 children with malaria-like symptoms, only 30% took the recommended first-line treatment (ACT) (all of whom were cured), and 47% took chloroquine (85% cured). Ninety-nine (22.2%) had used medicinal plants as their first-choice treatment. Allium sativum (Liliaceae), Justicia schimperiana (Acanthaceae), Buddleja polystachya (Scrophulariaceae) and Phytolacca dodecandra (Phytolaccaceae) were the most frequently used. Justicia schimperiana was the one associated with the best clinical outcomes (69% self-reported cure rate). However, the difference in clinical outcomes between the plants was not statistically significant.In this study, only 30% of children took the recommended first-line treatment. 22% of children with presumed malaria were first treated with herbal medicines. The most commonly used herbal medicine was garlic, but J. schimperiana was associated with the highest reported cure rate of the plants. Further research is warranted to investigate its anti-malarial properties.
  • Aged Garlic and Cancer: A Systematic Review. [Review]
  • IJInt J Prev Med 2018; 9:84
  • Miraghajani M, Rafie N, … Azadbakht L
  • Cancer is one of the leading causes of morbidity and mortality worldwide, which increases health-care costs. It has been reported that some dietary components such as aged garlic, one of the garlic p...
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