In Vitro Evaluation of the Antimicrobial Activity of the Ethanolic Leaf Extract of the Spice Ocimum Gratissimum and Its Interaction with Some Disc Antibiotics (Global Dispensary) (Report)

In Vitro Evaluation of the Antimicrobial Activity of the Ethanolic Leaf Extract of the Spice Ocimum Gratissimum and Its Interaction with Some Disc Antibiotics (Global Dispensary) (Report)

Introduction The use of plant materials as spices, condiments and for medicinal purposes dates back to the history of mankind (Garland 1972, Nweze 2004, Oguyemi 1979). Recently the exploitation of wild plants for medicinal purposes has gained more acceptances in many countries of the world. To further underscore the importance of herbal medicine, most national governments have established the traditional medicine regulatory council under the supervision of their various health ministries to tap the numerous potentials of herbs. This may be because traditional medicine has been practiced long before the orthodox medical practice appeared (Okafor 2001).

In Vitro Evaluation of the Antimicrobial Activity of the Ethanolic Leaf Extract of the Spice Ocimum Gratissimum and Its Interaction with Some Disc Antibiotics (Global Dispensary) (Report)



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