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Pesticide deposits were measured in few of the genrally used, restorative plants gathered from various business sectors namely: green tea, red tea, sfof, senmaki, cinnamon, nutmeg, chewing mixture and slimming mixture where it was found that malathion, pyrimifos-methyl, and profenofos were predominant in most of them during the measurement. In these samples, the presence of fungicides was detected only in cumin samples, where it was dominated by samples of cumin, anise, tea, sage, especially organophosphate pesticides (chlorpyrifos, profenofos, pyrimifos, methyl and ethion), and ginger parts were with ought pesticides, while cinnamon samples showed only chlorpyrifos <LOQ, anise diphenoconazole was at <LOQ only in chewing and slimming mixtures, and was a fungicide (Aromadendrene and thiophanate methyl ) are prevalent in green tea, sfof and nutmeg. Therapeutic plants and regular spices should be utilized after security and wellbeing testing It is suggested that every nation utilizes restorative plants and flavors (gathered from normal or developed environments) in somewhere around one observing research facility and identifying pesticide residues and granting a safety authorization for their safe use.


Pesticide Residues, Toxic Compounds, Medicinal Plants

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Shahla Hussien Hano, Mohanad Luay Jawher, Ban Abbas Nasser. (2023). DETECTION OF PESTICIDES RESIDUES CHLORPYRIFOS IN SOME MEDICINAL PLANTS. Academicia Globe: Inderscience Research, 4(03), 32–40.