Author(s): Nitin Kumar *, Munesh Mani
The current goal of this research is to bring to a close the ancient healers’ traditional approach to the plant Hibiscus rosa sinesis, which belongs to the Malvacae family. This plant is a gift from nature, as it boasts the ability to be used as a variety of herbs. The research we conducted focused on the Pharmacognostical, Phytochemical, and Physiochemical aspects of the entire plant. There has been a lot of talk about how active the plant is. Various diagnostic characters were found in morphological studies of the plant. For drug quality standards, the ash value, extractive value, and moisture content were determined Various phytoconstituents such as cyanidin-3-sophoroside-5-glycosides, Quercetin-3-diglucoside, 5-diglucoside, 3-7-diglucoside, and cyanidin-3 were found in the plant parts during the experiment. Anti-ovulatory, pain relief, antiviral, tumor-fighting, juvenoid action, antifertility, mitigating, hypotensive, anti-implantation, anti-estrogenic activity, and anti-depressant are all benefits of Hibiscus rosa sinensis. At the end it was concluded that aqueous and ethanolic extracts have some investigational properties.