Ramesh D. Ingole, Avinash B. Thalkari, Pawan N. Karwa, Pallavi S. Shinde
Dr. Ramesh D. Ingole1, Avinash B. Thalkari2, Pawan N. Karwa3*, Pallavi S. Shinde3
1DJPS College of Pharmacy, Pathi.
2Vansant Pharmacy College, Kaij, Maharashtra.
3Gurukrupa Institute of Pharmacy (DEGREE), Near Chatrapatthi Sugar Factory, NH- 222 Gadi Road, Majalgaon-431131, Maharashtra.
Volume - 12,
Issue - 4,
Year - 2020
Since time immemorial, medicinal plants have been used by various communities to cure a large number of ailments. Research in medicinal plants has received a renewed focus in recent years. The plant-based system of medicine being natural does not pose any serious complications. In our work, chemical studies on leaf of Malva sylvestris L. used in phytotherapy were done in vitro and the antifungalactivity of plant extracts has been evaluated against four fungal: Rhizopusstolonifer, Trichodermasp, Fusarium oxysporium and Penicillium sp. Malva parviflora Linn. has shown its pharmacological potential in different ailments. Leaves are used in the management of wounds and swelling. A lotion made from the leaves is used to treat bruises and broken limbs. The leaves of M. parviflora are used for drawing swollen, inflamed purulent wounds. the article presents results of the study of influence of extraction regimes and extracting medium types on the extraction content of the relevant spectrum of bioactive and extractive substances of wild Mallow flowers.
Cite this article:
Ramesh D. Ingole, Avinash B. Thalkari, Pawan N. Karwa, Pallavi S. Shinde. A God Gifted Plant. Res. J. Pharmacognosy and Phytochem. 2020; 12(4):227-230. doi: 10.5958/0975-4385.2020.00038.2
Ramesh D. Ingole, Avinash B. Thalkari, Pawan N. Karwa, Pallavi S. Shinde. A God Gifted Plant. Res. J. Pharmacognosy and Phytochem. 2020; 12(4):227-230. doi: 10.5958/0975-4385.2020.00038.2 Available on: https://rjpponline.org/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2020-12-4-7
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