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A Phase 3 clinical study for patients with Anxiety Disorder

Research Study Title

Double Blind, Randomized Study, Controlled by Valeriana Officinalis, of Association of Passiflora Incarnata L; Crataegus Oxyacantha L and Salix Alba L. on Patients With Mild and Moderate Anxiety


Phase III, multicentric, double blind, randomized study, controlled by Valeriana officinalis for evaluating the efficacy of association of Passiflora incarnata L; Crataegus Oxyacantha L and Salix alba L. on mild and moderate anxiety. The treatment period will last 6 weeks and be followed by a post treatment visit.

Hamilton anxiety scale will be used to assess anxiety.

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Both Male and Female


18 to 65 Years

Overall Status


Lead Sponsor

Marjan Industria e Comercio ltda


39 Months

Facility Type



Both Male and Female ages 18 Years to 65 Years

Inclusion Criteria:

  • generalized anxiety disorder

  • HAM-A scale < 17 and > 30

Exclusion Criteria:

  • hypersensibility to any component

  • patients with depression, schizophrenia ou suicidal ideas

  • pregnant ou lactating

  • heart, liver, lung or kidney important condition

  • use of digitalis, AAS, anticoagulants agents, drugs with sedative or antidepressant action

  • psychotherapy

  • drug or alcohol dependence

  • gastrointestinal ulcer history

  • hyperthyroidism

  • neoplasia

  • coagulation disorders

Site Locations (2)

Country State City Zip Facility and Contact
Brazil Ceará Fortaleza 60430-270 Unidade de Farmacologia Clínica - UNIFAC
Jonaina C Oliveira

Maria Elizabete A Moraes, MD
Principal Investigator
Brazil Sao Paulo 04024-002 SPDM - Associação Paulista para o Desenvolvimento da Medicina - Hospital São Paulo
Fernanda M Gazoni, MD

Antonio C Lopes, Phd
Principal Investigator

NCT ID: NCT00794456

Date Last Changed: May 23, 2012

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