2610| Volume 381, SUPPLEMENT , 938, October 15, 2017

Study of coriandrum sativum syrup on migraine and its effects: A Case study in North Indian district

      Background: Migraine is one of the most common worldwide neurological problems. Although numerous preventive drugs are used to treat migraine. Application of herbal medicine, especially well-known medicinal plants, to treatment of chronic diseases, like migraine, could be effective. Coriandrum sativum L. fruit is one of the most commonly prescribed herbs in Persian medicine, which has been used to treat headache.
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