HPE, Spotted St. John’s Wort, Hypericum, Klamath Weed, Goat Weed, Touch-and-heal, Rosin Rose
|Type||Plant Part||Dosage||Specific use||Results||Ref|
|Chickens||extract||1330-667.9 mg/kg body weight||antiviral, infectious bursal disease||Had significant therapeutic efficacy and improvement immunologic functions for chickens infected experimentally with IBDV.||R Shang et al., 2012|
|Other||extract||wound healing||increased stimulation of fibroblast collagen production and the activation of fibroblast cells in polygonal shape, which plays a role in wound repair by closing damaged area.||N Ozturk et al., 2007|
|Chickens||powder||667.9 mg/kg body weight for 4 days||antiviral, infectious bursal disease||Effectively treated infectious bursal disease in 20-day-old chickens infected with the virus.||S Ruofeng et al., 2012|
|Other||extract||wound healing||When combined with silver sulfadiazine (SS) cream 1%, the extract of Hypericum perforatum had a synergistic effect on burn wound healing when applied topically to the area. It increased the amount of collagen and provided a meaningful anti-inflammatory effect.||A Kurt et al., 2014|
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