Author(s): Arti Dixit1*, Ankur Rohilla1, JyotiDixit2and Vijender Singh
The medicinal plants have been well accepted to provide a diverse source for health care moieties in order to prevent different pathological states. The present study aimed to carry out a qualitative analysis of Alpinia officinarum. The preliminary phytochemical screening of different parts of Alpinia officinarum, i.e., leaves and roots, was performed in order to identify various bioactive compounds. The ethanolicextract of different parts of the plant revealed the presence ofa range of important bioactive compounds like alkaloids, carbohydrates, glycosides, phenolic compounds, sterols, and acidiccompounds.