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Abstract Title:

Salvia hispanica (White chia): A new window for its antidepressant and memory boosting activity.

Abstract Source:

Pak J Pharm Sci. 2019 May ;32(3):1005-1009. PMID: 31278713

Abstract Author(s):

Abeer Adel, Rahila Ikram, Nousheen Wasi

Article Affiliation:

Abeer Adel

Abstract:

To determine the effects of Salvia hispanica on activities related to memory, anxiety and depression. Albino rats as well as albino mice were utilized in the current study. Two groups of animals were made including 10 animals in each group. One was a control group and another was treated group. Neuropharmacological parameters were assessed using Light and Dark box test, Stationary rod activity, Water maze test, Open field activity and Home cage activity. The control group was maintained on water and treated group was fed with approximately 106 mg/kg extract of Salvia hispanica for 30 days. The observations were recorded on 1st day, 15th day and 30th day. The results of current study showed an increased time spent in the light box of Light and Dark box model, reduction in elapsed time utilized by animal to reach platform in Stationary rod and water maze model, reduced number of peripheral square and central square crosses in the open field and decreased number of cage crosses in the home cage activity. Salvia hispanica shows memory enhancement and also shows an antidepressant activity on chronic administration.

Study Type : Animal Study

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