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Human neutrophils were studied in vitro in the presence of the herbal preparation Padma-28. At concentrations higher than 0.3 mg/ml, the Padma-28 induced O2- production in unstimulated neutrophils. At lower concentrations, O2- production was inhibited in phorbol myristate acetate (PMA) stimulated cells. Lysozyme release by PMA and opsonized zymosan-stimulated cells was inhibited by Padma-28 at a concentration dependent manner. On the other hand, random and directed migration and adhesion to nylon fibers were not affected. These results suggest that Padma-28 may have anti-inflammatory activity whose mechanism remains to be elucidated.