Phytochemical Screening of Some Medicinal Plants in Rajasthan

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Dr. Prem Singh Meena


Phytochemicals are highly effective in terms of medicine. There is a constant and urgent need to create new pharmaceutical compounds with novel chemical structures and modes of action due to the worrisome increase in the incidence of new diseases. The qualitative analysis is extremely important for identifying the phytochemical elements present in medicinal plants. Plants have therapeutic value because they contain certain bioactive components. In the current study, the phytoconstituents in the leaf extracts of four different medicinal plants Casia tora, Solanum nigrum, Cuscuta reflexa, and D. inoxia were identified. The leaves of four plants were collected from their native environments, washed, and air dried before being crushed. The solvent extracts of the various leaves were produced using the Soxhlet equipment and ethanol. By using the accepted techniques, alkaloids, steroids, flavonoids, saponins, tannins, and terpenoids were qualitatively estimated. The highest total phenolic and flavonoid content were registered by D.inoxia

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Dr. Prem Singh Meena. (2023). Phytochemical Screening of Some Medicinal Plants in Rajasthan. Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 18–26. Retrieved from