The graphic shows the results of the acute anti-inflammatory
experimental model. Three groups of laboratory mice subjected orally to different
concentrations of ESCOZUL were examined, a group control (+) subjected to
dexamet and a group control (-) without any anti-inflammatory. They were induced
the inflammation by injecting croton oil into them and the effects were evaluated
taken into account the mice's weight. The different letters inside the bars
show significant statistical differences in weight between treatments, on
the contrary, the treatments with equal letters show there are no differences
between them. Thus, it can be seen that ESCOZUL has anti-inflammatory activity
and that there are no differences between the effects of treatments with 5,
10 and 20 mg/Kg of ESCOZUL. The graphic shows the percentage of the inflammation
inhibition for each treatment. It can be seen that the treatments with high
concentrations of ESCOZUL can get to inhibit up to 38% of the inflammation.
This experiment with mice could explain why cancer patients who are treated
with ESCOZUL show a reduction in the appearance of edemas and inflammations.