Evaluating the total flavonoids, Reductive ability and antibacterial potentials of Salvia officinalis aqueous extract.

  • Nabeel K. Al-Ani
  • Ruqaya M. Al-Ezzy
  • Farah T.O. Al-jumaili
  • Humam N.K. Al-Ani
  • Abeer A.A. kadhim
Keywords: S.officinalis, flavonoids concentrations, reductive ability, antibacterial ability

Abstract

four types of Bacteria were used in this study. Two Gram – and two Gram + (Staphylococcus aureus, Pseudomonas aeruginosa; Escherichia coli, Streptococcus). The reductive ability ( rutin) , and total flavonoids were increased as the concentration of extract was increased. Moreover, the antimicrobial of methanol extracts was also increased as the concentration increased. This study give an idea for this plant which had been used for a long time in folk medicine.

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Published
2019-09-30