Qualitative Examination of Phytochemicals from some Indiginous Medicinal Plants

A. H. LANJWANI, I. H. GHANGHRO, A. B. GHANGHRO, T. M. J. KHAHAWAR, M. J. CHANNA

Abstract


The entire world is blessed with medicinal plants. The medicinal plants are strongly used as major bio- source of modern synthetic drugs, because these are beneficial for the society, indeed to mankind related medicinal field. Today health is considered as one of the major issue that is herbal drugs. In the present study four traditionally used medicinal plants, belonging to different families were carried out. The test were performed using four different solvent such as, Ethanol, methanol, chloroform and aqueous extract respectively. The test revealed that the presence phytochemicals such as Alkaloids, saponins, phenolic compounds, flavonoids, tannins, glycosides, carbohydrates, amino acids and proteins in the medicinal plants extract. Present study was designed to identify the sources and accurate information regarding the active components of medicinal plants and also to enhance awareness about these medicinal plants to public and private sector.

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