AN OVERVIEW ON EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES OF BIOACTIVE PHYTOCEUTICALS- PLAI PLANT

  • Sini Baby Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Nirmala college of Pharmacy, MuvattupuzhaP. O, Ernakulam District, Kerala, 686661, India and affiliated to Kerala University of Health Science, Thrissur, Kerala,India.
  • Dimal Jose Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Nirmala college of Pharmacy, MuvattupuzhaP. O, Ernakulam District, Kerala, 686661, India and affiliated to Kerala University of Health Science, Thrissur, Kerala,India.
    dimaljv@gmail.com
  • Agnes K Mathew Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Nirmala college of Pharmacy, MuvattupuzhaP. O, Ernakulam District, Kerala, 686661, India and affiliated to Kerala University of Health Science, Thrissur, Kerala,India.
  • Biniya John Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Nirmala college of Pharmacy, MuvattupuzhaP. O, Ernakulam District, Kerala, 686661, India and affiliated to Kerala University of Health Science, Thrissur, Kerala,India.
  • Antony Varghese Antony Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Nirmala college of Pharmacy, MuvattupuzhaP. O, Ernakulam District, Kerala, 686661, India and affiliated to Kerala University of Health Science, Thrissur, Kerala,India.

Abstract

Medicinal plants are gaining more importance these days as it can provide better treatment alternative for many common diseases with less side effects. One such herbPlai- Zingibercassumunar of Zingiberaceae family proved to have many pharmacological actions like anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, cytotoxic etc. Various extraction methods for its rhizomes are getting more interest as it constitutes numerous photochemical constituents to elicit various actions. Any studies on medicinal plants start with their extraction methods and thus different types of extraction methods are available today. Hence this review focus on comparison of most common extraction methods for various active constituents from rhizomes of Zingiber cassumunar.

Keywords: Medicinal Plants, HerbPlai, Zingiberaceae, Extractions, Zingiber montanum

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Sini`., J. Dimal, A. K. Mathew, J. Biniya, and A. V. Antony. “AN OVERVIEW ON EXTRACTION TECHNIQUES OF BIOACTIVE PHYTOCEUTICALS- PLAI PLANT”. World Journal of Current Medical and Pharmaceutical Research, Vol. 1, no. 6, Dec. 2019, pp. 227-9, doi:10.37022/WJCMPR.2019.01067.
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