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ANTIBACTERIAL ACTIVITY OF SILVER NANOPARTICALS OF COLEBROOKEA OPPOSITIFOLIA SMITH
Darshan Kathait*, Bahuguna Yogendr, Tailor Chandra Shekhar, Hem Pant
The selected plant, Colebrookea oppositifolia Sm., is one of the most important plant of the family Lamiaceae. The other name of the plant in Garhwali language is Bhinda or Bhindu & Marathi is Bhaman or dosul and also known as Indian Squirrel Tail in English. Colebrookea is a monotypic genus of plants in Lamiaceae, first described in 1806. The plant has extensively medicinal potential and generally used in the traditional system of Indian medicine to cure epilepsy, urinary problems, dysentery, peptic ulcer, and hepatitis. It is also used as antimicrobial agent. The essential oil of Colebrookea possesses fungitoxic property. Furthermore work various part of plant like root, leaves, and stem are being extensively used as epilepsy, haemostatic, treat dermatitis, wounds, nose bleeds and leaves paste is utilize for wound healing. There are various folk medicine practicing communities such as nomadic Gujjars, Tharu, and Bhoxa in sub-Himalayan regions of India, from many decades and even now days.[Full Text Article]