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It was a study to investigate the Antibacterial Activity of Some Medicinal Plants Used against UTI Causing Pathogens. Bacteria were isolate from the UTI infected patient and characterized by using microscopic, staining, morphological and biochemical methods. Oils from plants were extracted using Clevenger and these oils were than used to check their antibacterial activity against the bacteria isolated from UTI infected patients and the zone of inhibition were compared with the zone of inhibition of standard antibiotics. Results from the present study showed that ajwain oil had more antibacterial activity compared to other oils we used and Fennel oil had lowest antibacterial activity.
Essential oil, antibacterial activity, antibiotics