Potency Of Amboyna Wood as a Natural Antiseptic

Potency Of Amboyna Wood as a Natural Antiseptic

Potency Of Amboyna Wood as a Natural Antiseptic Pterocarpus indicus (commonly known as Amboyna wood, Malay Padauk, Papua New Guinea rosewood, Philippine mahogany, Andaman redwood, Burmese rosewood, narra or Pashu Padauk, Angsana ) is a species of Pterocarpus native to southeastern Asia, northern Australasia, and the western Pacific Ocean islands, in Cambodia, southernmost China, East…

Identification and Determination of Alkoloid Chemical Structure from Vernonia Amygdalina Delile Leaves and Their Effects on Glucosidase Enzyme in Diabetics

Identification and Determination of Alkoloid Chemical Structure from Vernonia Amygdalina Delile Leaves and Their Effects on Glucosidase Enzyme in Diabetics

Identification and Determination of Alkoloid Chemical Structure from Vernonia Amygdalina Delile Leaves and Their Effects on Glucosidase Enzyme in Diabetics The number of people with diabetes mellitus increases every year. WHO data shows that Indonesia fourth highest ranks in the world. Besides diabetes is a life-threatening disease of the sufferer. Traditional diabetes treatment has been…

Utilization of Kepayang (Pangium edule) Seeds as Meat Preservatives

Utilization of Kepayang (Pangium edule) Seeds as Meat Preservatives

Utilization of Kepayang (Pangium edule) Seeds as Meat Preservatives Pangium edule (Indonesian: keluak or keluwak; Malay: kepayang or payang;Dusun: pangi) is a tall tree native to the mangrove swamps of Southeast Asia (Indonesia and Papua New Guinea). It produces a large poisonous fruit (the “football fruit”) which can be made edible by fermentation. This study…

Polyphenols and Antioxidant Activity of Tea and Noni Fruit Functional Drinks

Polyphenols and Antioxidant Activity of Tea and Noni Fruit Functional Drinks

Tea reportedly contains nearly 4000 bioactive compounds, one third of which are polyphenols. Polyphenols can be flavonoids or non-flavonoids, but most tea-containing polyphenols are flavonoids. Although there are many flavonoids, but they can be grouped into 6 groups, namely : 1. Catechin, eg EGCG, EG, ECG, and catechin. 2. Flavonols, for example Kaempferol and Quercetin…

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Water hyacinth As Boardmarker Ink

Preface Water hyacinth is a water plant with the characteristics of hollow stems and rooted sert. Water hyacinth is often regarded as a weed because of its rapid vegetative growth and masking the underwater life process from the sun, causing a decrease in the oxygen solubility rate in the waters. Many people complain about the…

Mosquito Equipment Repellent From Bagasse And Basil Leaves (Ocimum Santum)

Preface Dengue fever cases (DHF) in Indonesia in recent years become a nation problem because from year to year has increased the number. At the end of January, the Director General of Disease Control and Environmental Health of the Ministry of Health (MoH) stated there were 107 districts reporting DHF attacks with 1,669 cases. Recorded…

Eco-Detergent From Rambutan And Papaya Leaves

Eco-Detergent From Rambutan And Papaya Leaves

Preface Detergent is a compound that is close to the life of the community. Detergent is often used by the community for various activities, including washing household furniture, washing dishes, and for various industrial activities. The existence of detergent that is very close to the life of society is inseparable from the large share of…

Friedly Enviroment Power Bank From Fruits And Vegetables Waste

Preface The development of the world that is now very quickly followed by the evolution of all existing tools and technologies become increasingly sophisticated. It requires the existence of energy so that all the tools and technology we can use well whenever and wherever. Examples of such energy sources are petroleum (non-renewable energy source) which…

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