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In nanocarriers, the herbal medicine is molded to fuel growing demand in a medicinal age for different fields to amplify therapeutic benefit. The goal of this analysis was to screen citrus lemon waste peel hydro alcoholic extract to show potent phytochemicals, complete phenolic and flavonoid antioxidant DPPH content to find current sources for potential novels.
Various fractions of lemon waste peel prepared on the basis of their polarity and screened for phytochemical groups by solvent- solvent extraction method, total phenolic (TPC), flavonoid (TFC) material. The in vitro DPPH assay has demonstrated the antioxidant effects of the extracts.
The existence of proteins, amino acids, sugars, alkaloids, flavonoids, phenolic etc useful phytochemicals was assured by tests screening separate fractions of lemon extract. Quantitative analyses found that aqueous fractions showed impressive results for TPC (138.2436003±0.996), TFC (56.28301384±1.384) and DPPH assay amounts (62.18).
The existence of different phytochemicals was suggested by our observations. The quantitative DPPH assay shows that the extract of the plant has a strong antioxidant activity that can be an excellent biological and chemical analysis choice.