Phytochemical Screening, Hplc And Gc-Ms Chromatography Of Two Indian Traditional Medicinal Plants
Cissampelos pareira and Acorus calamus are essential medicinal plants that have a wide range of ethnomedical uses. The existence of key phytochemical groups was examined in the plants Acorus calamus and Cissampelos pareira in this study. Phytochemicals are a diverse range of plant-produced molecules that have been cleverly managed in the production of pharmacognostic drugs and the treatment of important diseases. Plant extracts from Acorus calamus and Cisampelos pareira were subjected to a phytochemical screening to see if they contained glycosides, carbohydrates, phenolic compounds, alkaloids, flavonoids, tannins, saponins, steroids, and triterpenoids, all of which were found to be significant phytochemical groups. There were no protein, amino acid, oil, or lipids found in Cissampelos pareira, while Acorus calamus had all of the phytochemicals tested positive. The current study will provide referential information for proper identification and will aid in the detection of adulteration in market samples used in the manufacture of various herbal medications. Phytochemical analysis, HPLC and GC chromatography of Cissampelos pareira, and Acorus calamus.