Antibacterial activity of some medicinal plants against human pathogens

Authors

  • Hafiz Muhammad Arsalan Faculty of Medicine, Altamimi Medical University, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan
  • Hassan Javed Department of Physiotherapy, Pakistan Society of Rehabilitation and Disables, Lahore.
  • Neelam Farheen Faculty of Medicine, Altamimi Medical University, Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan

Keywords:

Medicinal Plants, Solvent extracts, antibacterial activity

Abstract

Objective: To assess the antibacterial goods of unrefined solvent methanol concentrate of Calligonum polygonoids, Asphadalous tenuiflous, Pulicaria crispa, and Fagonia cretica against a few human microorganisms. Method: Unrefined methanol concentrates of, Calligonum polygonoids, Asphadalous tenuiflous, Pulicaria crispa and Fagonia cretica at grouping of 500, 250 and 100µg/ml were considered in contrast to Gram-positive Staphylococcus carnosus and Gram -ve K. pneumoniae, S. typhi, E. coli and P. aurogenosa by utilizing circle dissemination strategy. Ciprofloxacin (5µg/ml) was utilized as a kind of perspective medication. Results: The concentrates of all plants showed expansive range antibacterial exercises in a portion subordinate way. The most noteworthy inhibitory area was seen from methanol concentrate of Fagonia cretica against Klebsiella pneumoniae (19mm), S. carnosus (19mm), E. coli (18.67mm) and S. typhi (14mm); Calligonum polygonoids showed against E. coli (15mm), S. typhi (16milimeter) and P. aurogenosa (16milimeter); Pulicaria crispa displayed against K. pneumoniae (19milimeter), E. coli (17milimeter) S. typhi (18milimeter), S. carnosus (19milileter) and P. aurogenosa (16milimeter) while Asphadalous tenuiflous displayed against K. pneumoniae (15milimeter), and E. coli (15milimeter) S. typhi (14.33milimeter), S. carnosus (13.67milimeter) and P. aurogenosa (13.67milimeter). Conclusion: These restorative plants have strong antibacterial action and might be the new hotspot for novel antibacterial compound disclosure for the treatment of medications safe human microorganisms.

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2022-03-31

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Arsalan, H. M., Javed, H. ., & Farheen, N. (2022). Antibacterial activity of some medicinal plants against human pathogens. International Journal of Natural Medicine and Health Sciences, 1(2). Retrieved from https://journals.iub.edu.pk/index.php/ijnms/article/view/855