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Ethnobotany and Pharmacognostical Studies of Jasminum sambac Linn.

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In the present study of Jasminum sambac ethnobotanical and pharmacognostical activity of Jasminum sambac leaf .These species of highly medicinal purpose flowers, leaves act as lactifuge, arrest the secretion of milk in the puerperal state in case of threatened abscess pharmacognostical study of leaf parts of Jasminum sambac has been undertaken, hence it is establish. Pharmacognostical and quality control parameters of leaf, of Jasminum sambac was carried out. Various microscopic characters viz., transverse section of leaf, quantitative parameters (stomatal number, stomatal index, and vein-islet and termination number) were determined for the identification of plant material. Powder microscopic studies, were also performed. Physicochemical parameters such as total Ash(13.5%), water soluble ash (6.7%) and acid-insoluble ash (8.2 %)Alcohol soluble extractive(30%) Water soluble extractive(11.8%)Moisture content(6.19%)Crude fibre content(15.1%)Swelling index (1)and Foaming index (Lessthan 100).

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Periodical:
International Letters of Natural Sciences (Volume 37)
Pages:
39-45
DOI:
10.18052/www.scipress.com/ILNS.37.39
Citation:
T. Gowdhami and A.K. Rajalakshmi, "Ethnobotany and Pharmacognostical Studies of Jasminum sambac Linn.", International Letters of Natural Sciences, Vol. 37, pp. 39-45, 2015
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Apr 2015
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