This scientific publishing consisted to evoluate the relationship between chemical structure and pharmacological activities of an antipaludical plant “Hygrophilla auriculata ”. The process consisted to a thin layer chromatography using two standards moderns’ drugs with are usually used to treat paludism. Final results revealed factor retention (Rf) similar of quinine sulfate and another equal to the Rf of “L-artem forte”. This result leaded us to conclud that there are similarities in chemical structure of some active ingredient of Hygrophilla auriculata and the modern anticipaludical drugs.
This scientific article had as objective to compare the antipaludic activities and efficiency of Hygrophilla auriculata plant than those of antipaludic modern drugs.
The method consisted to mixture samples of strongly infested blood with Hygrophilla auriculata extracts in some samples and modern anti-malaric dugs in others. After incubation of 24h, 48h and 72h we passed to the parasitologic test.
Obtained result revealed the high efficiency and antimalaric activities of Hygrophilla auriculata crudes extracts than modern anti-malaric drugs such as Quinine and “L-Artem Forte”. This leaded us to conclude that Hygrophilla auriculata plant has a hight antipaludic activity so it must be used to treat people great leak region.
This scientific publishing consisted by phytochemical screening and evaluation of anti-diarrheic effect of aqueous and ethanol extract of Leucas Martinisensis, a medicinal plant of Bushi (Laureaceae). The process consisted by qualitative chemical analysis of natural substances contained in this plant and biological activities test of their aqueous and ethanol extract on bacterial stumps of E. Coli; V. Cholerae; Sh. Flexineri and Salmonella polyvalento. Obtained results showed that among of founded substances this these plants extracts some of them were efficient on bacterial studs and others not. Some of these extracts were efficient as are some witness and diarrheic drugs. This justifies the using of Leucas Martinisensis plant in traditional treatment of diarrhea.
This scientific publishing was about the phytochemical screening and evaluation of anti-diarrheic activity of aqueous and ethanol extracts of Spilanthes Mauritiana plant. The process consisted to the qualitative chemical analysis of natural substances contained in and anti-bacterial test of their aqueous and ethanol extracts on bacterial stumps. Final result showed that the plant contain 85% of researched actives ingredients, and 50% of these ingredient was efficient to bacterial stumps as are some witness anti diarrheic drugs.
These justify the traditional treatment of diarrhea with Spilanthes Mauritiana.