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In this present study, medicinal plants namely Centella asiatica and Solanum indicum were collected from the Sirangudi, Madukkur, Thanjavur (Dt), Tamil Nadu. Grapes were collected from the local market at Mannargudi, Thiruvarur (Dt), Tamil Nadu. Intestinal pathogens namely E.coli, and B.subtilis were collected from Microbial Type Culture Collection centre (MTCC) Chandigarh, New Delhi, India. The EM, medicinal plants and grape juice were mixed for the preparation of health drink which were used for the phytochemical analysis, antioxidant activity, alcohol content and antibacterial activity. The phytochemical analysis of health drink is higher than medicinal plant extracts. The antioxidant activity of health drink is higher than medicinal plant extracts. The alcohol content of health drink is lower than yeast. The antibacterial activity of health drink is higher than medicinal plant extracts. The health drink that contains more antioxidant property and low level of alcohol content.
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Author(s): M Kannahi and U Dhivya
Effective Microorganisms, Medicinal plant extracts, antioxidant activity, alcohol content., plant extracts