Extraction and Chemical tests on Cicer Arietinum seed collected from North Bengal Region of West Bengal, India

  • Souvik Mukherjee Central University of Punjab
  • Mrinmoy Nag Jadavpur University
  • Deepronil Roy Chandernagore College
  • Rakesh Kumar Paul JSS College of Pharmacy
  • Saidul Ali Mir Central University Tripura
Keywords: Chickpea, aspirator, solvent extractor, Kabuli Chana

Abstract

Chickpea is the seed of the chickpea plant, Cicer arietinum, which belongs to the family fabaceae. It offers a range of health benefits which includes lowering cholesterol, regulating blood sugar level, aiding weight loss, improving heart health, fighting nervous system disorders, improving digestion and relieving constipation. So in this article we emphasis on the different solvent extraction and its chemical tests have been shown from the seeds collected from local market of Siliguri district of West Bengal, India.

Author Biographies

Souvik Mukherjee, Central University of Punjab

Department Of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Natural Products
Central University of Punjab, Bathinda,  Punjab, India

Mrinmoy Nag, Jadavpur University

School of Natural Product Studies,
Jadavpur University, Kolkata, West Bengal, India

 

Deepronil Roy, Chandernagore College

Department of Zoology, Chandernagore College,
Chandernagore, Hooghly, West Bengal, India

Rakesh Kumar Paul, JSS College of Pharmacy

Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry,
JSS College of Pharmacy, Ooty, Tamil Nadu, India

Saidul Ali Mir, Central University Tripura

Department of Chemical Technology, Central University Tripura
Tripura, India

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Published
2018-10-01
How to Cite
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Mukherjee, S., Nag, M., Roy, D., Paul, R.K. and Mir, S.A. 2018. Extraction and Chemical tests on Cicer Arietinum seed collected from North Bengal Region of West Bengal, India. PharmaTutor. 6, 10 (Oct. 2018), 1-4. DOI:https://doi.org/10.29161/PT.v6.i10.2018.1.
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