ADAPTOGENIC ACTIVE COMPONENT FROM MYXOPYRUM SMILACIFOLIUM
Objective: The present study was designed to investigate the adaptogenic active component from the extracts of Myxopyrum smilacifolium.
Methods: The plant extract was undergone different separation technique viz precloumn, HPTLC, etc for isolation of pure compound. Thereafter the pure compound was subjected to IR, NMR, LC-MS for structural elucidation.
Results: Chemical characterization of the adaptogenic fraction by spectroscopy showed iridoid glycoside as major constituents.
Conclusion: The present study showed iridoid glycoside is considered the adaptogenic agents of Myxopyrum smilacifolium Blume.
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