ANTIMICROBIAL STUDY OF SHOREA ROBUSTA (SHALA) W.S.R. ABOUT KRIMIGHNA PROPERTY IN KSHARA SUTRA & OTHER MEDICINAL PREPARATION
Ayurveda is a complete self being system, which dominantly stresses on living a good and healthy life style that does not have any imbalance in the harmony and system of the body.
Since the time immemorial the society relay on plants not only for dietic purpose but also for medicinal purpose. Also in the present scenario human being relay in 75 percent of herbal remedies. Lots of description regarding plants available from the Vedic eras to Nighantu period.
As single plants having ability to cure multiple diseases that mentioned in our classcal Ayurvedic texts now need to be scientifically authentication in order to make the society believe that what had ever been written by our Acharyas are right.
Â Â Â To establish the same above said by taking a scientific study of Shorea robusta in order to establish its antimicrobial activity with the clue that mentioned in different classical texts.
- Out of three solvent used for preparation of resin (Methanol, Ethanol and Toluene), methanol extraction showed highest response in term of sensitivity (high zone inhibition), while the least sensitivity was observed with toluene extract. Â Â Â Â
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