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Ficus racemosa Linn is a member of Moraceae family and has been used as a herbal remedy for centuries. The leaves of the Ficus racemosa plant are used to cure piles, dysentery, diarrhoea, and other skin conditions and used as an anthelmintic, astringent, antidiabetic and anti-inflammatory. Carbohydrates, Glycosides, Tannin, Steroids, Gum, Mucilage, Lupeol acetate, Leucoanthocyanidin and α-Amyrin acetate these are the important constituents in whole plant. The evaluation of preliminary phytochemical analyses of Ficus racemosa leaves is the focus of the current work. The Ficus racemosa plant produces terpenoids, tetraterpene, racemosic acid, alkaloids, glycosides, flavonoids, phenolic compounds, saponin, and tannins in its leaves of Ficus racemosa alcholic and aqueous extract are 6.8% w/w and 4.3%w/w. Tannin and saponin are major exact compound. Tetra triterpenoids, Glauanol, acetate, racemosic acid, Alkaloids, Glycosides, Flavonoids, Phenolic compound are the other phytochemical constituent.
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