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Psychosis is a gathering of genuine sicknesses that influence the brain. About 2% of the populace experiences psychosis worldwide. As of now accessible advertised medications like , has some genuine antagonistic impacts. there is no agreeable cure available for avoidance and the executives of psychosis. Thus, the interest in natural medication is expanding. We have correlated the toxicity of various synthetic drugs ( and ) with that of the mango bark extract and assessed the proficiency of the natural medicines by building up social test on model followed by the investigation of the chemical drugs just as herbal medications. Bradycardia, increased amount of deaths in embryos were observed during the toxicity monitoring of chemical medications, and in terms of bending of tail, , loss of blood circulation and death of eggs were also found in acute toxicity study. On the other hand, the mango bark did show a very high range LC50 value inferring low toxicity of the extract. Also, the extract did not show any significant and gave good results in the assay. With such high rate of toxicity and effect of chemical drugs on the fish embryo, it can be estimated to show some in humans too, as we have the right amount of similar genes with that of thus an alternative to such chemical drugs can be the mango bark extract which showed low toxicity rate and almost negligible and even its anti-psychotic property is not compromised. with further modifications and investigations, the mango bark extract can be thought of as an alternative to that of the current chemical drugs with the elimination of unnecessary .


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Neeldeep Ganguly, Tamalika Chakraborty, & Abhijit Sengupta. (2020). Evaluation of toxicity and teratogenicity of anti-psychotic drugs followed by determination of anti-psychotic property of Mangifera indica bark through behavioral assay on Danio rerio model. International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences, 11(3), 4908-4918.