Antipyretic, anti-inflammatory and analgesic properties analysis by GC-MS, FT-IR and phytochemical screening of Carica papaya (L.) and nilavembu kudineer choornam
A Nicholas Daniel, Jeyaraj Mani
Dengue is a fever generated by a pandemic family transmitted through mosquitoes. For malaria, chikungunya, dengue fever an efficient measure are given by Nilavembu Kudineer Choornam is for all form of fever like. In line with the Government of Tamilnadu, Nilavembu Kudineer Choornam is that the best medicine for break bone fever. Various pharmacological possibilities and low side effects within the biological systems, medicinal plants are very hip in numerous traditional systems of medicines. Many studies available for using Carica papaya (L.) leaves and Nilavembu chooranam including many pharmacological activities. Some reports were available on the qualitative and antibacterial activity of Carica papaya (L.) Leaves and Nilavembu chooranam. This study concentrated to analyse the phytochemical and biochemical constituents, antibacterial activity, different functional compound using FTIR and qualitative examination of dissimilar extracts of Carica papaya (L.) leaves and Nilavembu kudineer choornam (GC-MS). The present study was aimed to analysis of bioactive constituents of Carica papaya and Nilavembu Kudineer Choornam. The antibacterial activity of Ethanol, Methanol, Chloroform and Diethyl ether extract of leaf was subjected to Phytochemical Screening, Gas chromatography- mass spectroscopic (GC-MS) and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) analysis.