Comparative , Qualitative and Quantitative Chemotypic Characterization among North Indian Tribulus Terrestris

@inproceedings{Ashwani2012ComparativeQ,
  title={Comparative , Qualitative and Quantitative Chemotypic Characterization among North Indian Tribulus Terrestris},
  author={Kumar Ashwani and Bhardwaj Ashish},
  year={2012}
}
  • Kumar Ashwani, Bhardwaj Ashish
  • Published 2012
In India, Several medicinal plant species are used in herbal drug industries, whereas Tribulus terrestris extract has an ancient tradition in folk medicine and in ayurveda as a diuretic, mood enhancer, antiseptic and anti-inflammatory agent. Due to few phytochemical and pharmacological studies, there are no quality criteria for this Tribulus terrestris species as raw material. In this work, we present unique fingerprints of six samples of Tribulus terrestris population relating to the presence… CONTINUE READING

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