Classification of Resins

classification of resins
Glycoresins e.g., Jalap Resin from Jalap i.e., Ipomea purga Hayne; (Family: Conrulvulaceae) Podophylloresin from the dried roots and rhizomes of Podophyllum hexandrum (P. emodi) Royle. (Family Berberidae).
C. Constituents of Resin Invariably, to maintain the simplicity, resins may also be classified according to the major constituents present either in the resin or resin combinations.
Examples: Resins; Oleo-resins; Oleo-gum resins; Balsams.
After having been exposed to the various aspects of resins with regard to their physical and chemical, properties, occurrence and distribution, preparation, chemical composition and classification, it would be worthwhile to gain some in-depth knowledge about certain typical examples belonging to Resins; Oleo-resins; Oleo-gum-resins; Balsams; and Glycoresins.

Source:Pharmacognosy And Pharmacobiotechnology By Ashutosh Kar

0 Comment:

Post a Comment

© Pharmacognosy | Plants | herbal | herb | traditional medicine | alternative | Botany | © Copyright 2012 ; Email: