Thin Layer Chromatographic study of three different extract of Calendula Officinalis leaves

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PharmaTutor (October- 2015)


Print-ISSN: 2394 - 6679
e-ISSN: 2347 - 7881
(Volume 3, Issue 10)


Received On: 07/06/2015; Accepted On: 14/06/2015; Published On: 01/10/2015


AUTHORS: Kuntal Pal1, Sampat Kumar Kundu2*, Manas Kumar Mandal3
1Manufacturing Chemist, Paharpur Ousadhalay, Kolkata, West Bengal, India.
2Research Scholar at Gurunanak Institute of Pharmaceutical Science & Technology,
Sodepur, West Bengal, India.
3Consultant Urologist at AMRI Hospital, Kolkata


ABSTRACT: Calendula officinalis is a plant that possess many pharmacological actions like Stomach upset, Ulcer, Menstrual Period Problems, Eye Infections, Inflammation, Wound Healing, Anti-Septic etc. most widely it is used as wound healing purposes. If the leaf of that plant can be applied after crunching at the affected area, blood will be clot within a few time. But while this leaf can perform this action, it means it possess some active compound in it. To find out what the actual component it is, first we have to perform the Thin Layer Chromatographic study. In our present study we are going study the TLC profile of that Calendula officinalis leaf.


How to cite this article: K Pal, SK Kundu, MK Mandal;  Thin Layer Chromatographic study of three different extract of Calendula  Officinalis leaves; PharmaTutor; 2015; 3(10); 30 - 32