Phytochemical profile such as alkaloids, saponins, flavonoids, cardenolides Basella rubra linn fruit extract tannins were also determined. For snakebites, crushed plant is applied topically at place of bite. The leaves poultice is applied externally on affected body areas.
But now dyes come in every different colors and type as well. Suitable cosmetic product forms for the compositions of this invention include, for example, an emulsion, a cream, a balm, a gloss, a lotion, a mask, a serum, a toner, an ointment, a mousse, a patch, a pomade, a solution, a spray, a wax-based stick, or a towelette.
Allow to dry, do not wash. To determine the staining capability of extract from the fruit of Basella rubra on blood smear even in the presence of varying factors: A great source of natural dyes can be found in roots, nuts and flowers. For thousands of years, dyeing has been used by humans to decorate clothings and different kinds of fabrics.
Study evaluated an ethanolic extract of B. In one embodiment the emulsifiers are nonionic surface active agents.
Daily consumption of cooked, pureed green leafy vegetables or sweet potatoes has a positive effect on vitamin A stores in populations at risk of vitamin A deficiency.
Examples of such organic solvents include, but are not limited to, ethanol, isopropanol, butanol, pentanol, hexanol and xylene. Most of the dyes being used now in biological techniques are synthetic chemical compounds; Natural stains are rarely used.
Ceylon Spinach, Malabar night shade, East Indian Spinach, Buffalo spinach, Surinam spinach, Vine spinach Plant Description Annual or biennial, branched, smooth, twining herbaceous vine, several meters in length;Stems are purplish or green;Leaves fleshy, ovate or heart-shaped, 5 to 12 cm long, stalked, tapering to a pointed tip with a cordate base, mucilaginous;Spikes are axillary, solitary, cm long;Fruit fleshy, stalkless, ovoid or spherical, mm long, and purple when mature.
Other specific emulsifiers that can be used in the composition of the present invention include, but are not limited to, one or more of the following: Suitable inorganic pigments include, but are not limited to, titanium oxide, zirconium oxide and cerium oxide, as well as zinc oxide, iron oxide, chromium oxide and ferric blue.
Study of pigment extracted from fruits of spinach vine B. Also, embraced by the invention are transdermal modes of delivery, such as patches and the like, with or without suitable penetration enhancers. The suggested stain is cheaper than conventional stains and is all naturals that helps in conserving the environment such as reducing water contamination brought about by improper disposal of used and expired chemical stains.
In Orissa, India, paste of root in rice water taken in the morning on an empty stomach for a month to cure irregular periods. The leaves are slightly laxative and have been used in SE Asia for treating constipation in children and pregnant women.
The future researchers can also explore on possibilities of using other organic dye to contrast the color of other cells and make the dye completely organic, safe, environment friendly and non- toxic.
Various commercially available C16 isoparaffins, such as isohexadecane having the tradename Permethyl are also suitable. Characteristic epidermal trichomes are abundant on the leaf.
The study showed that the extract has a marked Sensitivity towards antibacterial strains namely E. Leaves applied on the head for half a hour before bathing to help bring about a good refreshing sleep.
Study evaluated the action of B. Study evaluated dried and powdered leaves of B. Non-limiting examples of suitable emulsions include water-in-oil emulsions, oil-in-water emulsions, silicone-in-water emulsions, water-in-silicone emulsions, wax-in-water emulsions, water-oil-water triple emulsions or the like having the appearance of a cream, gel or microemulsions.Basella rubra L.
is a synonym of Basella alba L. This name is a synonym of Basella alba L. The record derives from WCSP (data supplied on ) which reports it as a synonym (record ) with original publication details: Sp.
Pl. Full publication details for this name can be. Malabar night shade (basella rubra linn), commonly known as alugbati, is a fast-growing, soft-stemmed, branched, twining herbaceous vine with either purplish or green stem. It has fruits or berries that are stalkless, spherical, and purple when mature.
Stated by Kathrina about year ,proposes the Feasibility of Alugbati (Basella Rubra Linn) Fruit Extract as biological Stain. The alugbati stain is feasible a nd it is comparable to the commercial stain in terms of clearness but its perman ence did not last longer.
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Literature survey S. No Name of the Sub-Title Page No Description of Basella rubra L. 12 Pharmacological review of Basella rubra L. 15 Chemical review of Basella rubra L.
16 Description of Phyllanthus acidus L. 17. Silver nitrate and Basella rubra linn extract was monitored Table 1: Periodical change in pH during the Biosynthesis of silver nanoparticles Time 0 min 1 hr 2 hr. Basella rubra L. (Basellaceae) commonly known as Malabar spinach is a leafy vegetable which accumulates pigments in its fruits.
To find out the feasibility of utilizing pigment rich extracts of its fruit as natural food colourant, fruits at different stages were analysed for pigment profiling, carbohydrate content, physical dimensions and weight.Download