Volume : 10, Issue : 01, January – 2023



Authors :

Venkateshwaran S , Senthil Kumar K L , Gokulan P D ,Vasanthan M , Vimala P, Vimal kumar E , Vimal kumar G

Abstract :

Objectives: To evaluate the phytoconstituent of various extract of Euphorbia Tirucalli stem. Euphorbia tirucalli , (commonly known as Indian tree spurge, naked lady, pencil tree, pencil cactus, fire stick, or milk bush). It is a species of flowering plant in the family Euphorbiaceae, native to Africa that grows in semi-arid tropical climates. The plant material may be subjected to preliminary phytochemical screening for the detection of various plants constituents. Extraction of Aqueous, Ethanolic and Ethyl acetate solvent to be used.
Keywords: Euphorbia tirucalli L, aveloz, phytochemical screening ethyl acetate, ethanol, aqueous extract.


Cite This Article:

Please cite this article in press Venkateshwaran S et al, Preliminary Phytochemical Studies Of Euphorbia Tirucalli Stem Extract .,Indo Am. J. P. Sci, 2023; 10(01).

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