EXPLORING PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIVITY OF CINNAMOMUM PLANT EXTRACTS BY BIOCHEMICAL TESTS
In the present study, the alcoholic extract of Cinnamomum verum bark was studied for its analgesic activity and mechanism of action on rats. The alcoholic extract of Cinnamomum verum bark was studied for analgesic activity in rats. ANOVA was used to compare the findings to the control group, and then post hoc multiple comparisons were performed. According to the results of this investigation, the bark of Cinnamomum verum significantly reduces nociception in both phases. Additionally, compared to the common drug Pethidine, it demonstrates a reduction of nociception in both phases. Therefore, Cinnamomum verum bark may play a significant role in pain management, particularly in nations like India, where traditional drug is less readily available to the general public and has greater negative effects.