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phytochemical investigation of acorus calamus linne

Prem Chandra Dandiya

phytochemical investigation of acorus calamus linne

by Prem Chandra Dandiya

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Acorus calamus has been used for centuries as a folk medicine to treat infectious and noninfectious diseases. Extracts of dried acorus prepared with different solvents, (acetone and ethyl acetate) were tested for Phytochemical analysis, antioxidant, antimicrobial, antioxidant, anticancer and dna polymerase inhibitory Size: KB. Acorus calamus (also called sweet flag or calamus, among many common names) is a species of flowering plant, a tall wetland monocot of the family Acoraceae, in the genus gh used in traditional medicine over centuries to treat digestive disorders and pain, there is no clinical evidence for its safety or efficacy – and ingested calamus may be toxic – leading to its commercial Family: Acoraceae.

Pharmacognostical and preliminary phytochemical investigation of Acorus calamus linn. / Batra Neha*, Jain Honey, Bairwa Ranjan and Bachwani Mukesh / Asian J. Pharm. Res. ; Vol. 2: . Arti Suman, Mohammed Ali, Iram Rais and Shahnaz S. Husain, Phytochemical Investigation of the Rhizomes of Acorus calamus, Chemistry of Natural Compounds, 50, 2, (), (). CrossrefCited by:

Phytochemical investigations of Acorus calamus leaves extracts for identification of active principles such as carbohydrates, alkaloids, proteins, volatile oils, triterpenes, flavonoids, saponins, phenols, resins and tannins were carried out using the methods previously described by Cited by: 6. Vacha (Acorus calamus Linn. (Acoraceae)) is a traditional Indian medicinal herb, which is practiced to treat a wide range of health ailments, including neurological, gastrointestinal, respiratory, metabolic, kidney, and liver disorders. The purpose of this paper is to provide a .


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Phytochemical investigation of acorus calamus linne by Prem Chandra Dandiya Download PDF EPUB FB2

Rhizomes extracts of Acorus calamus linn. possess CNS depressant, tranquilizing, inhibiting the spontaneous motor the manufacturing of modern drugs advanced chemical intermediates needed are also obtained from plants9.

This paper focuses on the phytochemical investigation and thin layer. Phytochemical screening of the plants extracts of Acorus calamus and Lantana camara showed the presence of glycosides, carbohydrates, phenolic compounds, alkaloids, flavonoids and tannins.

Acorus calamus Linn. Commonly known as Sweet Flag, belongs to the family Araceae (Adoraceae). It is also called as Acorus odoratus. The genus Acorus derived from Acoron (coreon = the pupil of the eye) and the species calamus is derived from the Greek word Calamos (a reed).

The family Araceae comprises about herbs. Acorus calamus Linn. Commercially occurs in both peeled and Cited by: 1. Acorus calamus (Sweet flag), and/or its bioactive phytochemical alpha (α)-and beta (β)-asarone, is a well-known drug in the traditional system of medicine which possesses anti-tumor and chemo-preventive activities as evident from numerous pre-clinical studies both in-vitro and : Bhrigu Kumar Das, Ahm Viswanatha Swamy, Basavaraj C.

Koti, Pramod C. Gadad. Keywords: Acorus Calamus Linn., Physicochemical studies, Pharmcognostical evaluation, TLC, Marker compounds. INTRODUCTION Acorus calamus Linn. is semi-aquatic herb with creeping rhizomes and sword shaped long leaves, found nearly marshy places, river banks and lake.1 It is up to 6 feet tall, aromatic, sword‐shaped leaves bearing small.

The rhizomes of Acorus calamus L. (Araceae) furnished three diarylated naphthoyl esters characterized as 4,4,8β-trimethylhexahydroindAuthor: Arti Suman, Mohammed Ali, Iram Rais, Shahnaz S.

Husain. Sweet flag (Acorus calamus) is mentioned in Ayurveda and belongs to the genus Acorus L. of the family Acoraceae and is widely distributed temperate to sub temperate regions.

Acorus calamus Linn. is an herbaceous perennial with a long indefinite branched cylindrical rhizome which is about 3/4 inch in diameter, smooth, pinkish or pale green, Its leaf scars are brown, white and spongy.

It possesses slender roots. Its leaves are few and distichously alternate. Rhizome: A. calamus is a perennial plant with creeping. Raut Mangesh M Et Al: Pharmacognostical And Phytochemical Evaluation Of Vacha Rhizome (Acorus Calamus Linn.) - A Research Article IAMJ: OCTOBER, rated to 75% and the remaining 25% filtrate was poured in weighed petri dish and dried at °C in oven.

It was later cooled in a dessi-cator and weighed. 2) Alcohol Soluble Extractive: 5 gm. Pak. Pharm. Sci., Conference Issue, Vol, No.6, Novemberpp Evaluation of phytoconstituents of three plants Acorus calamus linn. Artemisia absinthium Linn and Bergenia himalaica boriss by FTIR spectroscopic analysisCited by: 8.

On the other hands test for inorganic sulphate are present in plant extract of Acorus calamus (Table 1) Page Saxena Mamta et al. IRJP3 (5) Table 1: Phytochemical constituents of Acorus calamus and Lantana camara plants Phytoconstituents Acorus calamus Lantana camara 1.

Alkaloids a. Mayer’s test + + b. The phytochemical analysis of Acorus calamus plant & Agaricus bisporus disclosed the presence of major phytoconstituents viz., alkaloids, steroids, phenols, flavonoids. As similar way the major presence of phytoconstituents in silver nano extract in Author: Sakshi Pipriya, Udita Tiwari.

Acorus calamus Linn. is a leaf, found more or less everywhere throughout India. It was traditionally used to treat diarrhoea, dysentery, leucorrhoea, hemorrhoids, wounds, Chemical investigation of the plant showed the presence of Glycosides and saponins.

Acorus calamus is the botanical name of the plant more commonly known as calamus. Along with other therapeutic applications, The Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia of India indicates the use of the dried rhizomes as a brain tonic in weak memory, psychoneurosis and epilepsy.

Four types of Calamus are used in herbal medicine: type I—Acorus calamus L. var. americanus, a diploid American var.; type II—var. vulgaris L. (var. calamus), a European triploid; type III and type IV—var. Pharmaceutical and biotechnological potential of Acorus calamus Linn: an indigenous highly valued medicinal plant species.

Pharmacogn Rev ; 3: [5] Shukla PK, Khanna V, Ali M, Maurya R, Khan MY, Srimal RC. Neuroprotective effect of Acorus calamus against middle cerebral artery occlusion-induced ischaemia in by: Phytochemical investigation of the extracts.

In order to detect the various constituents present in the aqueous and 50% ethanolic extracts of A. calamus, both the extracts were subjected to the tests by Kokate and Trease and Evans. Extraction of saponins. The Cited by: Acorus calamus: Scientific Validation of Ayurvedic Tradition from Natural Resources Pulok Kumar Mukherjee1,2, Venkatesan Kumar1, Mainak Mal1, and Peter J.

Houghton2 1School of Natural Product Studies Department of Pharmaceutical Technology, Jadavpur University, Kolkata, India; 2Pharmacognosy Research Laboratories, Department of Pharmacy, King’s College London, London, UK.

Phytochemical investigation shows the presence of flavonoids, essential oils, flavonoid glycosides, terpenes, lignans, stilbene derivative and irridoid glycosides and possesses enormous pharmacological A man cannot die of disease in an area where Vitex negundo Linn, Adhatoda vasica and Acorus calamus are found (provided that he knows how.

earlier. Most pharmacological activities of Acorus calamus was reported by using roots and rhizomes. Indian Acorus oil had shown sedative-tranquillizing action in rats, mice, cats, dogs and monkeys Roots and Rhizomes extracts ofAcorus calamus Linn possess CNS depressant, tranquilizing, inhibiting the spontaneous motor activity The present study is aimed at the development of phytochemical parameters and to investigate the medicinally active substances present in methanolic extract obtained from rhizomes of Acorus calamus linn.

plant. Preliminary phytochemical screening of the extracts revealed the presence of terpenoids, steroids, flavanoids, tannins, saponins and phenolic is a technique with large. In other species of Acoraceae (Acorus calamus var.

Augustatus Bess, Acorus gramineus Solander, Acorus tatarinowii Schott), there are also some known constituents. Acorus calamus var. Augustatus Bess (as oil from fresh leaves) contains octanoic acid (%), α-cedrene (%), α-phellandrene, (%), and γ-elemene (%) as constituents.Keywords: Acorus calamus L.

Kigelia pinnata L. Mangifera indica L. Phytochemical, Tabernaemontana divaricata L The people of developing countries use natural resources like plants for food, forage, construction of dwellings, making house hold implements as well as in the treatment of different ailments.

An overview on traditional uses and pharmacological profile of Acorus calamus Linn. (Sweet flag) and other Acorus species. Rajput SB(1), Tonge MB(2), Karuppayil SM(3). Author information: (1)DST-FIST and UGC-SAP Sponsored School of Life Sciences, SRTM University, NandedMS, India.

(2)Prabhu Ayurvedic Clinic, NandedMS, by: