Phytochemical analysis and antifungal activity of medicinal plant Cassia tora
Narbahadur Singh Baradwal and Dr. Tahira Begum
The goal of the current study was to examine the in vitro anti-fungal activity of the Cassia tora, an Indian traditional medicine plant. Separated plant material was extracted in stages using organic solvent. The solubility, moisture content, melting point, FTIR, and other qualitative analysis for photo components were assessed for extracts. By using the agar well diffusion method, in vitro antifungal experiments were conducted. Four test samples with a 5%, 10%, 15% and 20% concentration were created. Extract was discovered to be effective against numerous fungi species. A test sample at 20% demonstrates improved fungal strain zone of inhibitions. It was found to be in the range of 11mm to 20 mm.