• method of screening plant extract with diuretic potential

    An Updated Review on Diuretic Plants2012 The present paper also involves various plant drugs and their bioactive extracts , List of diuretic plants SNo Botanical Name Family Parts used Solvent used Chemical Constituens Screening Method , Diuretic potential of Methanol and » Learn More Diuretic activity of Boswellia serrata Roxb oleo ,

  • DIURETIC POTENTIAL OF VARIOUS EXTRACTS OF OXYSTELMA

    deals with the investigation of diuretic potential of various extracts of O esculentum The plant was successively extracted with petroleum ether, chloroform, methanol and water, which served as the test extracts Various parameters of diuresis like Lipschitz value, urinary excretion, diuretic action, diuretic activity, saluretic activity and natriuretic activity were measured using

  • STUDY OF PHYTOCHEMICAL AND DIURETIC POTENTIAL OF

    The diuretic potential of methanol and aqueous Preliminary phytochemical screening All the extracts were screened for the presence of various secondary metabolites like steroids, alkaloids, carbohydrates, flavonoids, essential oil and tannins using standard methods29 Elemental detection in powder drug was carried out by Inductive Coupled PlasmaOptical Emission Spectroscopy (ICPOES

  • STUDIES ON ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY, PHYTOCHEMICAL

    has diuretic and laxative effects Seeds are used in belly cramps, sell mind and the leaves and flowers have the cooling effects (2) This whole plant extract has potential medicinal values such as antihelmintic (3), antiinflammatory, antipyretic, antibacterial (4), analgesic (5), antidepressant, anxiolytic, sedative, anticonvulsant, anticancer, hypoglycemic, properties (6,7) In

  • method of screening plant extract with diuretic

    An Updated Review on Diuretic Plants2012 The present paper also involves various plant drugs and their bioactive extracts , List of diuretic plants SNo Botanical Name Family Parts used Solvent used Chemical Constituens Screening Method , Diuretic potential of Methanol and » Learn More Diuretic activity of Boswellia serrata Roxb oleo ,

  • International Journal of Pharmacological Screening Methods

    SCREENING OF DIURETIC ACTIVITY OF METHANOL EXTRACT OF GRACILARIA DURA (AG) JAG (RED SEAWEED) ON MICE Shri Devi SDK1 and John Peter Paul J2* 1Department of Botany, Sri Sarada College for Women

  • Phytochemical screening and in vitro bioactivity of

    extract of the plant The presence of phlobatannins suggests the diuretic property of the plant (Okuda, 1991) The foregoing would suggest the possible utilization of C aconitifolius as diuretic agent It was not really surprising that flavonoids were found absent for both forms of extracts The sole greenish appearance of this leafy

  • Evaluation of Diuretic Potential of Aqueous Root Extracts

    Background: Tecoma stans a medicinal plant is used for its various pharmacological potential use to treat various ailments Objective: To evaluate the diuretic potential of aqueous extracts of Tecomastans roots in normal rats after acute and subchronic oral administration Materials and methods: Aqueous extracts of Tecomastans(200 and 400 mg/kg) along with the reference drug, furosemide (10

  • Screening for antimicrobial activity of ten medicinal

    · The plant extracts were prepared using the modified method of Alade & Irobi Briefly, three 100 g portions of the dried powdered plant were soaked separately in 500 ml of distilled water, ethanol (98 %) and ηhexane (99 %), for 72 h Then, each mixture was refluxed followed by agitation at 200 rpm for 1 h The filtrates obtained were concentrated under vacuum at 40°C to obtain the dry

  • Preliminary phytochemical screening, Antibacterial

    The antibacterial potential of the methanol leaf extract of the studied species was tested against Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiellap neumoniae, Streptococcus pyogens, Staphylococcus aureus using by agar well diffusion method The higher zone of inhibition (16mm) was observed against the bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa at 100μl concentration of methanol leaf extract

  • Invitro qualitative and quantitative analysis of certain

    Materials and Methods Chemical compounds having diuretic and antioxidant property of plants and or plant origin were screened for their in vitro diuretic and antioxidant potential Screening was done on the basis of available scientific literature and indigenous technical knowledge of common people Bioorganics of plant origin were identified by their local as well as scientific name

  • Efficacy of Aqueous and Methanol Extracts of Some

    target sites Therefore, random screening of plants for active chemicals is as important as the screening of ethnobotanically targeted species (16) In the present work 12 different medicinal plants were evaluated for their antibacterial properties Materials and Methods Plant collection Fresh plants/plant parts were collected in September 2004 from Rajkot and Jamnagar, Gujarat, India Dr N

  • Electrochemical screening of genoprotective and

    · The protective effectiveness of the oregano extract on nucleic acids against oxidative stress was evaluated using a DNA biosensor and the SWV technique ()The biosensor was prepared by immobilizing dsDNA on the surface of the CPE electrode through potentialassisted adsorption (+05 V, 120 s)The SWV measurement obtained on the detection layer after 120 s of rinsing in phosphate

  • In Vivo Diuretic Activity of Hydromethanolic Extract and

    · Based on the estimated diuretic index, the diuretic potential of the HME and solvent fractions was ranked as ‘‘nil,” ‘‘least,” ‘‘moderate,” and ‘‘good,” if the calculated values were <072, 072 ̶ 099, 100 ̶ 15, and >15, respectively [23, 35] Consequently, the HME (at 400 and 200 mg/kg) and EAF at 400 mg/kg showed a ‘‘moderate” diuretic index The CF at 400

  • Phytochemical screening and in vitro bioactivity of

    extract of the plant The presence of phlobatannins suggests the diuretic property of the plant (Okuda, 1991) The foregoing would suggest the possible utilization of C aconitifolius as diuretic agent It was not really surprising that flavonoids were found absent for both forms of extracts The sole greenish appearance of this leafy

  • Evaluation of Diuretic Potential of Aqueous Root Extracts

    Background: Tecoma stans a medicinal plant is used for its various pharmacological potential use to treat various ailments Objective: To evaluate the diuretic potential of aqueous extracts of Tecomastans roots in normal rats after acute and subchronic oral administration Materials and methods: Aqueous extracts of Tecomastans(200 and 400 mg/kg) along with the reference drug, furosemide (10

  • Phytochemical profiling and in vitro screening for

    Methods: Methanolic extracts and their derived fractions were evaluated for their inhibitory capacities against acetylcholinesterase (AChE) & butyrylcholinesterase (BuChE), and α & βglucosidase besides kinetic analysis of inhibition using methods of Elmann and Shibano, respectively Antioxidant potency of active fractions was assessed by their DPPH and ABTS radical scavenging activities

  • Invitro qualitative and quantitative analysis of certain

    Materials and Methods Chemical compounds having diuretic and antioxidant property of plants and or plant origin were screened for their in vitro diuretic and antioxidant potential Screening was done on the basis of available scientific literature and indigenous technical knowledge of common people Bioorganics of plant origin were identified by their local as well as scientific name

  • Preliminary phytochemical screening, Antibacterial

    The antibacterial potential of the methanol leaf extract of the studied species was tested against Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiellap neumoniae, Streptococcus pyogens, Staphylococcus aureus using by agar well diffusion method The higher zone of inhibition (16mm) was observed against the bacterium Pseudomonas aeruginosa at 100μl concentration of methanol leaf extract

  • Screening of some Indian medicinal plants for their

    · The method of Alade and Irobi, (1993) was adopted for preparation of plant extracts with little modifications Briefly three 20 g portions of the powdered plant material were soaked separately in 100 ml of water, hexane, and alcohol for 72 h Each mixture was stirred every 24 h using a sterile glass rod At the end of extraction, each extract was passed through Whatman filter paper no 1

  • Efficacy of Aqueous and Methanol Extracts of Some

    target sites Therefore, random screening of plants for active chemicals is as important as the screening of ethnobotanically targeted species (16) In the present work 12 different medicinal plants were evaluated for their antibacterial properties Materials and Methods Plant collection Fresh plants/plant parts were collected in September 2004 from Rajkot and Jamnagar, Gujarat, India Dr N

  • In Vivo Diuretic Activity of Hydromethanolic Extract and

    · Based on the estimated diuretic index, the diuretic potential of the HME and solvent fractions was ranked as ‘‘nil,” ‘‘least,” ‘‘moderate,” and ‘‘good,” if the calculated values were <072, 072 ̶ 099, 100 ̶ 15, and >15, respectively [23, 35] Consequently, the HME (at 400 and 200 mg/kg) and EAF at 400 mg/kg showed a ‘‘moderate” diuretic index The CF at 400

  • Electrochemical screening of genoprotective and

    · The protective effectiveness of the oregano extract on nucleic acids against oxidative stress was evaluated using a DNA biosensor and the SWV technique ()The biosensor was prepared by immobilizing dsDNA on the surface of the CPE electrode through potentialassisted adsorption (+05 V, 120 s)The SWV measurement obtained on the detection layer after 120 s of rinsing in phosphate

  • Antidiabetic potential of Barleria lupulina extract in

    · Antidiabetic potential of Barleria lupulina extract in rats 205 Hultman E (1959) specific method for determination of aldo saccharides in body fluids Nature 183: 108–109 Hyavariner A, Nikkita E (1962) Specific determination of Blood glucose with ortho toluidine Clin Chim Acta 7: 140–143 Ivorra MD, Paya M, Villar A (1988) Hypoglycemic and in sulin release effects of tormentic acid

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