Posted: May 22nd, 2023
I support the argument of the authors of this paper based on the results obtained. Seeing that the methodologies followed have been credible so far and that proper procedures were followed, it is thus clear that we can only expect accurate results from this study. The use of a control microorganism was also an important aspect of the experiment, this is because control serves to show that the reagents used were proper and that procedure was duly followed. The S. aureus used as a control brings out this needed contrast in the result.
Nevertheless, like most other experiments this study is limited in one major way; one of the weaknesses seen is the phytochemical analysis results. While majority of the results obtained are definite, there are many results that show a weak positive reaction of the CommiphoraÂ molmolÂ andÂ Boswellia papyriferaÂ solvent extracts. A good experiment would have carefully selected solvents and methodologies whose reactions would be clear and definite.
This reaction leaves a lot of room for speculation. The other weakness in this studyâ€™s result is that although some anti microbial activity of the plant extracts was demonstrated, no direct clinical significant conclusion was arrived at. But, this is possibly due to the complex nature of the isolates. The anti microbial activity shown by the extracts is not sufficient to warrant clinical conclusion. In the end, the usefulness of the study is in showing that traditional medicine is an avenue worth pursuing in finding anti microbial agent
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