Volume 7 (2020) - Issue 1, January
From ancient times, various natural products are used as food and as medicine for the treatment of diseases. In the last few decades, herbal medicine has been used in the field of medicine because of its natural origin and lesser side effects. One such medicinal plant is Juglans regia (Family: Juglandaceae). The plant is also known as Persian walnut, English walnut, white walnut, or in common know...
MORPHO-ANATOMICAL AND PHYTOCHEMICAL CHARACTERISATION OF TRADITIONALLY USED PLANT RUELLIA TUBEROSA L. LEAVES AND ROOTS
The objective of the present study is to develop the pharmacognostic and phytochemical profiles of Ruellia tuberosa L. leaf and root. The present study considers the detail investigation of macroscopy, microscopy, preliminary qualitative phytochemical analysis, physicochemical evaluations, and chromatography profiling. The microscopical investigation was adopted to identify the cellular powder cha...
The objective of the study was to formulate and evaluate the antioxidant activity and the wound healing effect of the Punica granatum peel extracts formulation. Tannins, alkaloids, flavonoids, proteins, and phenols were present in the ethanolic extract, which is further formulated in a gel formulation. Seven herbal gel formulations were prepared using 1.5% of the gelling agent’s carbopol 940 (F1...
HPTLC METHOD FOR QUANTIFICATION OF ELLAGIC ACID IN IN-VIVO AND IN-VITRO SAMPLES OF WOODFORDIA FRUTICOSA (LINN.) KURZ
Realising the immense medicinal values of secondary metabolites in drug formulations, the present study was conducted on an important sec metabolite i.e., ellagic acid (tannin) in in-vivo (leaf) and in-vitro callus tissues of Woodfordia fruticosa a much used medicinally important plant. The present method provided a quick and easy approach for the detection and quantitation of biomarker ellagic ac...