STANDARDIZATION OF DRIED FLOWERS OF MORINGAOLEIFERA (LAMK.) AND JASMINUMSAMBAC (L.) AITACCORDING TO WHO GUIDELINES

  • Madiha Khan University of Karachi
  • Ghazala H. Rizwani University of Karachi
  • Hina Zahid Department of Pharmacognosy, Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Karachi, 75270 Pakistan

Abstract

Objective: The aim of the present study is to evaluate various pharmacognostic standards like macroscopy, microscopy, fluorescence analysis, preliminary phytochemical screening and thin layer chromatography of Moringa oleifera (Lamk.) and Jasminum sambac (L.) Ait.

Methods: Cellular arrangement of the flower of M. oleifera and J. sambac were examined under electronic microscope. Fine powder of both flowers was used for powder microscopy. The phytochemical screening of the aqueous and ethyl acetate extracts of flowers of M. oleifera andJ. sambac was performed for carbohydrates, terpenoids, alkaloids, flavonoids, saponins, tannins, steroids, lignin and fixed oil. The color intensity or the precipitate formation was used as analytical responses to these tests. The aqueous and ethyl acetate extracts of both plants were gone through TLC monitoring by reconstituting each extracts with 5 ml solvent respectively.

Results: Under microscopic observation the dried powder of M. oleifera revealed abundant calcium oxalate crystals, small spherical oil globules, starch grains, irregular fragments and tannin content. While powder microscopy of flower of J. sambac showed tannin, oil globules and simple fibers. Preliminary phytochemical analysis of aqueous and ethyl acetate extracts of both flowers revealed that the strength of active agents i. e, carbohydrate, tannins, fixed oil, terpenes in variable percentage.

Conclusion: The findings could be helpful in identification and authentication of Moringa oleifera andJasminum sambac in future for further research and utilization.

 

Keywords: Standardization, Pharmacognostic evaluation, Moringa oleifera, Jasminum sambac.

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Khan, M., G. H. Rizwani, and H. Zahid. “STANDARDIZATION OF DRIED FLOWERS OF MORINGAOLEIFERA (LAMK.) AND JASMINUMSAMBAC (L.) AITACCORDING TO WHO GUIDELINES”. International Journal of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, Vol. 7, no. 11, Sept. 2015, pp. 19-22, https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijpps/article/view/5281.
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