Study of the quantitative content of biologically active substances of vegetative raw materials inula helenium and inula british

  • A. Butko -
Keywords: Inula helenium, Inula british, vegetative raw materials, quantitative contents, biologically active substances

Abstract

In article pilot studies of the quantitative content of biologically active substances of vegetative raw materials Inula helenium and Inula british are shined. It is proved that land parts (stalk, leaves, flower, seeds) and underground (a rhizome with a root) Inula helenium and Inula british. Have different qualitative structure terpenoids, sesgutherpens, hydrocinnamon acids and polyfructans. It is finished that the vegetative raw materials of Inula british are not less valuable medicinal raw materials in comparison with vegetative raw materials of Inula helenium and can be recommended for use in medical practice.

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Published
2019-03-18
How to Cite
Butko, A. (2019). Study of the quantitative content of biologically active substances of vegetative raw materials inula helenium and inula british. Farmatsevtychnyi Zhurnal, (6), 98-101. Retrieved from https://pharmj.org.ua/index.php/journal/article/view/455
Section
Pharmacological, phytochemical research