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Phytochemical Analysis and TLC Studies of Eclipta alba and Scoparia dulcis
Plant Extract - Cold Extraction

Rumana Hoque* and Sayed Rakin Mahmud Jiban

Medicinal plants are the most extravagant bio-asset of medications of conventional frameworks of prescription,
present day meds, nutraceuticals, nourishment supplements, society meds, pharmaceutical intermediates and
substance elements for manufactured medications. Plants have extraordinary potential uses, particularly as
customary prescription and pharmacological medications. A huge extent of the total populace relies upon traditional
medication. The therapeutic plants are valuable for recuperating just as for relieving of human ailments in view of the
nearness of phytochemical constituents. Phytochemical analysis was done on Eclipta alba and Scoparia dulcis to
find their active compounds. In this experiment all of fifteen compounds- alkaloids, anthocyanin, balsams,
carbohydrate, cardiac glycosides, fats and fixed Oil, flavonoids, steroids, phenol, phlobatanins, protein, resins,
tannin, terpenoids and triterpene were seen in both plants. Thin layer chromatography strategy was utilized to
screen the advancement of a response and recognize compounds present in every extract.