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Extracting Phytochemicals or phytocompounds for the upliftment of general health and sustainability is one of the greatest need of the millennium. Plants has immense quality in regards of secondary metabolites although not required for general growth and development yet are very much necessary for forming a protective gear and maintaining  homeostasis . With their immense diversity in curing various diseases, these plants secondary metabolites are therefore must be put forth and give much importance in generation and production from the root level to the mission worldwide. The economic development of a nation and the indigenous growth of a place is almost depended on the increasing productivity, transportability as well as conserving the indigenous samples. With the increasing demand on ayurvedic treatment and the popularity of the mass for it can be positively taken up as a means of earning capita and making self sustained. NorthEastern states of India in this regard is a vital source of income and also a media to generate and bringing the indigenous products to the world.


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