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Mahale B, Palwe S, Gajbhiye A, Bagul V, Kadam V. Phytochemical Investigations of Flower Drug from Plant Acmella Paniculata (Wall. Ex DC.) R. K. Jansen. Plant Biotechnol Persa. 2022; 4 (1) :63-70
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MGV Arts Science and Commerce College Surgana Dist Nashik India , bhagwanmahale3@gmail.com
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Acmella paniculata (Wall. Ex DC.) R. K. Jansen, also known as Akkalkadha or toothache plant is an important medicinal herb of the Asteraceae family that grows in the tropics and subtropics of the world. The present phytochemical investigation aimed at evaluating the impact of different solvents on extraction yields, ash analysis, fluorescence analysis and phytochemical compounds from flower drug of A. paniculata plant. The results indicate that solvents have a significant impact in the yield of extraction. Resulting in the higher extraction yield in solvent distilled water and ethanol. Flavonoids, alkaloids, tannins, saponins, cardiac glycosides, and terpenoids are found in the crude flower drug of the plant. The present study is useful in drug standardization, identifying the adulteration in the Ayurvedic medicines from this plant.

 
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Bioactive Compounds
Received: 2022/04/22 | Accepted: 2022/05/7 | Published: 2022/05/7

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