Bioactive compounds of methanolic extract of Helianthemum lippii grows in Hafr Al-Batin region, northeastern Saudi Arabia
Keywords:Helianthemum lippii, GC-MS, Saudi Arabia, phytochemical compounds
Helianthemum lippii (L.) Dum. Cours species of Saudi Arabia are a potential source of unique bioactives and chemical compounds due to the extreme environmental conditions under which the plants adapted to grow. These phytochemicals make the native Helianthemum lippii possibly interesting plant to investigate. In this study GC-MS analysis has been conducted to identify the most abundant phytochemical compounds in H.lippii methanolic extract. In total, 53 compounds have been identified in the studied extract. The identified phytochemicals included 6 compounds with eminent pharmatheotical importance recorded in relatively high percentage in the studied extracts, including Chloroform (0.29%) , Benzeneethanol- Phenylethyl Alcohol (5.94%), 4-(1,1-dimethylethyl) 2,2-Dimethylcyclopropane carboxylic acid (1.04), Mebutamate (3.40%), Spermatheridine (1.17%) and Ethyl isoallocholate (1.13%) , Oxirane, [4-(1,1-dimethylethyl) phenoxy]methyl] (5.0 %). The resault of this study could provide additional clues about figuring out the formula of biomolecular therapy in future drug studies.
Keywords: Helianthemum lippii, GC-MS, Saudi Arabia, phytochemical compounds
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