Atomic emission spectometry was applied for the determination of potassium and sodium concentrations in crude drugs and decoctions. The content of the two elements and potassium-sodium ratios of medicinal plant extracts were measure as a basis for evaluating diuretic activity. The potassium-sodium ratios were higher in the diuretic plant decoctions, than in crude drug decoctions used for different activities.
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - May 1 1998|
- Diuretic plant drugs and decoctions
- Potassium-sodium ratio
- Pottasium and sodium concentration
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