Study on Antibacterial Activity in Vitro of the Extracts from Common Sage Herb and Compound Common Sage Herb Granules
Pei Yunpin, Wu Zhenghong, Fang Yun, Cheng Zhiyi(The Affiliated Oulau Hospital of Nanjing University, Nanjing 210008)
The antibacterial activities in vitro of the extracts from common sage herb and compound common sage herb granules were evaluated. Their antibacterial activities in vitro for Strophylococcus aureus, Escherichia coli and Pseudumonas aureginosa were determinated. The extracts have obvious antibacterial effects in vitroon Strophlylococcus aurens, Pseudumtmas aureginosa and Escherichia coli. The extracts of MIC is 0. 008 - 0. 063 g/ml. Precipitating with alcohol has not effects on the antibacterial activity. There is directive significance in clinical medicine using the medicinal herbs for differential bacterial infections.