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Evaluation of anti bacterial properties of marigold flowers calendula officinalis and mother homeopathic tinctures of calendula officinalis and calendula arvensis



Evaluation of anti bacterial properties of marigold flowers calendula officinalis and mother homeopathic tinctures of calendula officinalis and calendula arvensis



Annales Pharmaceutiques Francaises 38(6): 493-500



Evaluation of antibacterial properties of marigold flowers (C. officinalis L.) and mother homeopathic tinctures (C. officinalis L. and C. arvensis L.) by a broth dilution method with standardized inoculum was reported. Purification by low pressure preparative liquid chromatography was performed on a hydroacetoneous extract of fresh plant. One isolated fraction had bactericidal activity against Staphylococcus aureus at a concentration of 1 mg/ml.

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