GC-FID, Antioxidants Analysis and Antimicrobial, Anti-Inflammatory, Anti-Diabetic Activities of Tisanes Derived from Underutilized Lemon Grass Cymbopogon khasianus (Hack.) View Full Text


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2021-11-01

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Arun Dev Sharma, Suraj Agnish, Inderjeet Kaur

ABSTRACT

Cymbopogon khasianus (Hack.) is widely distributed and an underutilized plants in tropical and subtropical regions. This study describes time-based aqueous extraction of tea from lemon grass plant. Extraction of tea from tea bags was performed in boiling water with infusion time from 1 to 5 min with fixed and varying number of dips. Compound identification by GC method, fluorescent spectroscopy and FT-IR-based identification of functional groups of active chemical components was studied. Anti-inflammatory and antibacterial studies were also performed. GC-FID revealed the presence of citral bioactive molecules. Phenolics, tannins and flavonoids were detected in the tea extract. Tea extract showed considerable DPPH scavenging activity. A in vitro antibacterial activity and anti-inflammatory activity of tea were observed. Kinetic analysis revealed that the tea extract inhibited the α-amylase competitively. The data provide the scientific support to the use of tea made from C. khasianus as a potent herbal source of bioactive compounds. More... »

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971-983

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