Mineral Profiling and Phytochemical Assessment of Lepidium sativum Seeds from Tropical Western India

@article{Koli2018MineralPA,
  title={Mineral Profiling and Phytochemical Assessment of Lepidium sativum Seeds from Tropical Western India},
  author={Pushpendra Koli and J. Jeevan Kumar and Braj Bhusan Singh and Satyanshu Kumar},
  journal={International Journal of Current Microbiology and Applied Sciences},
  year={2018}
}
In recent years, the use of crude medicinal plants assures health promoting effects in humans and animals due to its useful and effective bioactive principles without any side effects. As a great physician, Hippocrates (460-370 B.C.) quoted “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food”. Also, same thing was reported in a book, Drug may not be the only cure for disease; food is our best medicine (Bieler, 2010). Therefore, medicinal plants are still a major area of research for their… 
Lepidium sativum: A potential functional food
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The present methodically compiled review article accentuates medicinal and nutritional significance of this highly valued plant by focusing on various aspects of the plant such as the, physicochemical characterisation and pharmacological studies that validates folklore uses.
EVALUATION OF TOTAL PHENOLIC CONTENT, TOTAL FLAVONOIDS CONTENT AND FREE RADICAL SCAVENGING ACTIVITY OF LEPIDIUM SATIVUM L. SEEDS AND LEAVES PLANTED IN SYRIA.
Most of previous research has focused on the seeds of Lepidium sativum L., whereas few ones were interested in the chemical content of its leaves. This research study determines total phenolic
Mineral Profiling and Phytochemical Assessment of Lepidium sativum Seeds from Tropical Western India
In recent years, the use of crude medicinal plants assures health promoting effects in humans and animals due to its useful and effective bioactive principles without any side effects. As a great

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