3. EXTRACTION OF SALVADORA OLEOIDES AND ITS PERFORMANCE ALONG WITH ANTIBIOTICS FOR ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITIES by BHARGAV DAVE1, PIYUSH VYAS1, MADHU PATEL2 AND NAINESH PATEL3
Nature has given various ways to maintain people’s health. One way is to use herbal medicine. Herbal medicines have been used to treat various types of diseases for long times. The people are more attracting towards the use of herbal drugs to cure various types of diseases. For treatment of several diseases of human beings, plant drug ‘rasayana’ has always played a vital role. According to World health organization (WHO) more than 80% of the world population is dependent on traditional medicine for their primary health care needs.1
Herbal medicine, also called botanical medicine or phytomedicine, refers to the use of a plant’s seeds, barriers, roots, leaves, bark, or flowers for medicinal purposes. Long practiced outside of conventional medicine, herbalism is becoming more main stream as improvements in analysis and quality control along with advances in clinical research show their value in the treatment and prevention of disease.2
KEYWORDS: Extraction, Salvadora oleoids, Antibiotics, Antimicrobial Activities.
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