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H1 Derris scandens Benth
in Thai: Tal-Val-Prieng (Priang)
100 capsules
Main contents:: Derris scandens Benth. 200 mg, Cryptolepis buchanani
Dosage:
1 - 2 capsules, 3 times/day after meals

KLO Derris scandens Benth
in Thai: Tal-Val-Prieng (Priang)
100 compressed tablets
Contents: Derris scandens Benth.


Dosage:
1 to 2 tablets, 2 to 3 times/day after meals

TP Derris scandens Benth
in Thai: Tal-Val-Prieng (Priang)
100 capsules
Contents: Derris scandens Benth.


Dosage:
1 to 2 tablets, 2 to 3 times/day after meals

H1Tal-Val-Prieng 100 capsules
 
Tal-Val-Prieng 100 tablets
 
TP Tal-Val-Priang
 
A  clinical  study  was  carried  out  to  compare  the  efficacy  and  side  effects  between  the  50 per  cent  ethanol  extract  of  Derris  scandens (Roxb.)  Benth  and  a  nonsteroidal  anti-inflammatory  drug  Diclofenac  for  the  treatment of  two  groups  of  patients  with  lower  back  pain. A  group  of  37  patients  received  a  200 mg-capsule  of  Derris scandens  extract  orally  three  times  a  day  for  seven  days  and  the  other  group  of  33  patients  received  the 25 mg  Diclofenac  tablet  orally  three  times  a  day  for  seven  days. The  results  show  only  the  finding  of  a  significant  decrease  in  white  blood  cell  count  within  the  normal  range  on day  7  among  patients  in  the  D.scandens-treated  group, while  there  was  not  even  the  slightest  change  in  the  Diclofenac-treated  group ; patients  in  both  groups  experienced  no  side  effects  from  the  treatment. The  efficacy  of  treatment, the  levels  of  pain, as  measured  by  the  Visual  Analog  Scale, in  both  groups  were  significantly  lower on  days 3  and 7  as  compared  with  pretreatment  baseline  levels, and  the  results  of  pain  alleviation  were  not  different  significantly  between  the  two  treatment  groups. The  study  concluded  that  the  benefit  of  treatment  of  patients  with  low  back  pain  with  the  50  per  cent  ethanol  extract  of  D.scandens  at  a  dose  of  600  mg/ day  and  with  Diclofenac  at  a  dose  of  75   mg/ day  for  seven  days  were  comparable.