https://ijrps.com/home/issue/feed International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences 2024-07-17T10:26:36+00:00 Editor ijrpseditor@gmail.com Open Journal Systems <p align="justify"><strong>International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences (IJRPS)</strong> ISSN: 0975-7538 sponsored by JK Welfare &amp; Pharmascope Foundation is established in the year 2009 with people from various avenues of the pharmacy profession. IJRPS is completely devoted to publications related to Pharmaceuticals and Health Sciences. IJRPS will be published quarterly. The journal publishes original research work that contributes significantly to further the scientific knowledge in Pharmaceutical and Health Sciences.</p> https://ijrps.com/home/article/view/4678 GC-MS Analysis of Bioactive Phytochemicals in Kalanchoe lanceolata for Antimicrobial and Antidiabetic Activities 2024-07-17T09:47:30+00:00 Sravanthi Suram asrinivas@osmania.ac.in Lali Lingfa asrinivas@osmania.ac.in Baloji Gugulothu asrinivas@osmania.ac.in Srinivas Ankanagari asrinivas@osmania.ac.in The herb Kalanchoe lanceolata, which is widely used in traditional medicine, has showed promise in treating a range of ailments. Despite its widespread usage in traditional medicine, the phytochemical contents of K. lanceolata are not well studied, particularly in terms of its potential involvement in diabetes management. In this study, the objective was to identify the phytochemical constituents of K. lanceolata and determine how they can help with diabetes management. The whole plant methanolic, ethyl acetate, and petroleum ether extracts were analysed with GC-MS to identify bioactive components. In this study, 63 compounds were identified, 27 of which possess bioactive properties. Acorenone B, columbin, phytol, astaxanthin, β-sitosterol, 2,4-di-tert-butylphenol, and caryophyllene oxide are significant compounds found to be present in K. lanceolata. In silico molecular docking studies predicted the antidiabetic and antibacterial properties of phytochemical compounds. These compounds show potential as antibacterial, antifungal and antidiabetic agents. This study stresses the significance of K. lanceolata bioactive components and sheds light on the therapeutic potential in diabetes control. 2024-07-17T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences https://ijrps.com/home/article/view/4679 Nutraceutical Muffins: Development and Sensory Evaluation 2024-07-17T10:04:52+00:00 Bhatt Mehul K mkb_0999@yahoo.co.in Goswami Dhruvi mkb_0999@yahoo.co.in Rajgor Hiral mkb_0999@yahoo.co.in Patel Devanshi mkb_0999@yahoo.co.in Vora Jahanavee mkb_0999@yahoo.co.in Talaviya Priti mkb_0999@yahoo.co.in Shah Nehal mkb_0999@yahoo.co.in Health professionals and consumers are increasingly urging food corporations to produce healthier options, leading to a rise in the popularity of gluten-free flours like millet, sweet potatoes, and mung bean flour. Nutraceutical muffins offer a novel approach by combining the enjoyment of a tasty snack with the health benefits of bioactive compounds. These muffins are formulated with ingredients such as mung bean flour, spinach powder, guava powder, jaggery, and ghee to provide dietary fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. Gluten-free and suitable for diabetics, they also address health concerns such as energy enhancement, vitamin deficiency, constipation, and bone health. In conclusion, nutraceutical muffins present an exciting way to merge health and flavor, making functional ingredients easily accessible in daily diets. However, further research is needed to optimize their formulation and validate their health benefits. 2024-07-17T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 International Journal of Research in Pharmaceutical Sciences