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Dasrao A. Patil*, Vishal R. Rasve, Sameer S. Ahemad, Mrunal K. Shirsat and Mahesh B. Manke 


The study was given for phytochemical investigation of methanolic extract of Emblica Officinalis leaves and to check the flavonoid, test for carbohydrate, and test for protein, sapponin, terpenoid, tannins, glycosides, alkaloid and resins. Checking of all these test can be done as per the procedure given in research article. to check which chemical are present in the plant of Emblica Officinalis leaves. This study revealed that to observe test and check present or absent. The objective of the present investing was to study. the photochemical investing as of ethanolic extract of leaves of Embalica Officinalis using invitro method such as test killer killant test for glycosides, flavonoid alkaloid, tannins resins, test for carbohydrate protein this preliminary study reveals that Embalica Officinalis extract (ethanolic) checking of phytochemical agent are present and absent in this plant. The aim of this research is to check the phytochemical agent determination by various methods. The fruit is used as a major constituent in several Ayurvedic preparations for promotion of health and longevity. It is known that Amla is a good source of polyphenols, flavones, tannins and other bioactive compounds.[3] These substances being strong antioxidants might contribute to the health effects of Amla.

Keywords: Embalica Officinalis, Ethanolic extract, test for carbohydrate, test for protein, Resin, Alkaloid.

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