Antioxidant And Antibacterial Properties Of ‘Tecoma Stans’ Flower Extract On Human Pathogenic Microorganisms- An Invitro Study
Background: Herbal medicines are primarily used for health promotion and treatment of chronic, rather than life-threatening, conditions. However, the use of traditional remedies rises when modern medicine fails to treat a disease, such as advanced cancer and diabetes in the face of emerging infectious diseases. Tecoma stans flowers have traditionally been used to treat a variety of ailments. Objective: To study the in vitro antioxidant and antibacterial activity of ‘Tecoma stans’ flower extract on human pathogenic micro organisms. Materials and Method: Tecoma stans flower petel preparation was dried and tested for its antioxidant and antimicrobial properties. The powder will be extracted using a soxhlet apparatus at 45 degrees Celsius and 45 percent methanol. The plates will be examined and the incubation zone will be noted after a 24-hour incubation period. Result: research into the antibacterial effects of Tecoma stans flower extracts on gram-positive bacteria like Staphylococcus aureagenus and Enterococcus fecalis as well as gram-negative bacteria like Pseudomonas auregonase. In all three bacteria, the inhibition zone is at its greatest in areas of greater size. In this study, there is no control group. Although there are no side effects, the Tecoma stans flowers exhibit a slow effect. Measured is the average zone of inhibition of various concerns. Conclusion: The growth of drug resistance among the bacterial population coincides with the Tecoma stans flower. Herbal medicine has no side effects, but it makes the healing process take longer. It improves one's immunity resistance and treats a wide range of human microbial diseases.