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Abstract

ANTIMICROBIAL ACTIVITY OF ABUTILON INDICUM

Dr. Sujatha Edupuganti*, Rajesh Goud Gajula, Chandra Shekhar Kagitha, Nagma Kazmi

ABSTRACT

During past several years, there has been growing interest among the usage of various medicinal plants from traditional system of medicine for the treatment of different ailments. A number of herbs belonging to the specie Abutilon are noted for their medicinal benefits in traditional system of medicine. It is used in ayurveda, folk medicines, siddha unani and tibetian medicine system. Abutilon indicum family Malvaceae, commonly called as Atibala is an important medicinal plant. The whole plant as well as specific part such as flower, leaves and fruit is used to treat various health ailments. The plant is found to possess anticonvulsant, larvicidal, immunodulatory, Lipid lowering, diuretic. The present study was conducted to determine the anti microbial activity of different plant leaf extracts with different solvent viz; ethanol against Gram positive bacteria (Staphylococcus aureus), Gram negative bacteria (E. coli) and Fungal (Aspergillus niger & Candida parapsilosis). The disc diffusion method was used to test the antimicrobial activity. The result shows that more antimicrobial activity shown for E. coli Staphylococcus aureus by Abutilon indicum at low concentration of 5μg/ml. The result shows that more antimicrobial activity shown for by Abutilon indicum at low concentration of 5μg/ml. The result shows that more antimicrobial activity shown for Candida parapsilosis by Abutilon indicum at low concentration of 5μg/ml.

Keywords: ayurveda, folk medicines, siddha unani and tibetian medicine, Aspergillus niger & Candida parapsilosis.


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