alexa Abstract | Qualitative phytochemical analysis of chloroform extracts of Sivanar Vembu (Indigofera aspalathoides)

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Abstract

Medicinal plants have been a major source of therapeutic agents since ancient times to cure human diseases. India is considered as ‘Botanical Garden Of The World’ and more than 2200 species of medicinal and aromatic plantshave been identified after screening studies. Medicinal plantshave provided a source of inspiration for novel drug components, as plant derived medicines have made large contributions to human health and wellbeing. Sivanar Vembu (Indigofera aspalthoides) is a herbaceous plant belonging to the family Fabaceae. Traditionally the whole plant is used to treat various diseases like Leprosy, Cancer, Edema, Abscess, and Skin disorders. This Present study deals with the qualitative phytochemical analysis of Chloroform extract of Sivanar Vembu. The result are presented anddiscussed in this communication.

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Author(s): V N Ariharan V N Meena Devi N K Parameswaran and P Nagendra Prasad

Keywords

Sivanar vembu, Chloroform, Phytochemical, Indigofera aspalthoides., Sivanar Vembu

 
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