Research confirms the anti-inflammatory effect of Prunus padus L. flower extract

Prunus padus L. has been traditionally used in European ethnomedicine as a treatment for internal and external purposes and is mainly used to reduce inflammation, pain and fever. A scientist group from LIOS has published studies providing information regarding the molecular mechanisms responsible for the anti-inflammatory activities of Prunus padus L. flowers. The article is published in the  Journal of Ethnopharmacology (IF=3.690, 2019).

Sile, I.; Videja, M.; Makrecka-Kuka, M.; Tirzite, D.; Pajuste, K.; Shubin, K.; Krizhanovska, V.; Grinberga, S.; Pugovics, O.; Dambrova, M.
Chemical composition of Prunus padus L. flower extract and its anti-inflammatory activities in primary bone marrow-derived macrophages.
J. Ethnopharmacol. 2021, 268, 113678. doi: 10.1016/j.jep.2020.113678