Pharmacological evaluation Citrus hystrix DC leaves ethanolic extracts rich in flavonoid content for its anti depressant activity in rat
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Sin Lu, L. (2021). Pharmacological evaluation Citrus hystrix DC leaves ethanolic extracts rich in flavonoid content for its anti depressant activity in rat. IJO - International Journal of Biological Science, 4(02), 01-54. Retrieved from http://ijojournals.com/index.php/bs/article/view/427

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According to WHO, depression is the leading cause of ill health and disability worldwide. There are more than 300 million people are now living with depression. Depression is a common mental disorder. Depression is not only about sadness, it cannot recover overnight. Depression requires long-term treatment. It is important to know that not all depression is abnormal, if you have persistent thought or suicide, you should get help right away. [1]

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