Furthermore, seven species; Berberis lyceum, Nasturtium officinale, Oxalis stricta, Plantago major, Rumex hastatus, Sisymbrium officinale and Zanthoxylum alatum were collected from their natural habitat at their mature stage They were analyzed for their proximate composition, mineral contents, vitamin C, (beta) -carotene and anti-nutritional factors to evaluate their nutritive value in human diet.
Reuslts of our study revealed that Berberis lycium, Debregeasia saeneb and Oxalis stricta had medicinal importance, while Amaranthus spinosis, Astragalus anisacanthus, Caralluma edulis, Nasturtium officinale, Plantago major, Rumex hastatus and Sisymbrium officinale are important both as food supplement for animals and local inhabitants and other commercial uses such as herbal medicine, essentials, fiber and vitamins resources.
Likewise, maximum crude fiber content was estimated in Rumex hastatus (28.43%) followed by Sisymbrium officinale (14.72%).
Likewise, maximum value of percent antioxidant activity was observed in Sisymbrium officinale (45.66%), whereas minimum in Zanthoxylum alatum (9.67%).
Sisymbrium officinale L.###Sharshum###Cruciferae###Aerial parts###Herb###Leaves are eaten as salad and it is
sylvestris 1.2, Galeopsis tetrahit 1.1, Rumex obtusifolius 1.1, Galium aparine 2.2, Polygonum persicaria +, Agropyron repens 1.3, Eupatorium cannabinum +, Lapsana communis +, Chenopodium album +, Dipsacus fullonum +, Carduus crispus +.2, Sisymbrium officinale
+, Arctium minus +, Bromus rigidus +, Convolvulus sepium 1.3, Cirsium arvense +, Bromus tectorum +, Stellaria media +, Bromus ramosus +, Carex muricata +.