Turmeric's Antibacterial ActivityAuthor(s): Cloe Williams
Because of broad customary utilization and irrelevant secondary effects, Curcuma longa L. (Zingiberaceae family) and its polyphenolic part curcumin have been exposed to the scope of the antimicrobial examination. Curcumin and C. longa rhizome extricate has been displayed to show antimicrobial movement against various microscopic organisms, infections, growths, and parasites. Curcumin's potential antibacterial activity made it a decent choice for synergistically upgrading the inhibitory impact of existing antimicrobial medications. For sure, different examinations have been directed to work on curcumin's antimicrobial viability, including the development of different substance mixtures to build its water dissolvability and cell take-up. This study endeavors to depict existing curcumin antimicrobial examinations in anticipation of its utilization as a characteristic antibacterial in later investigations.