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Proceedings of CBU in Natural Sciences and ICT
Previously, sapropel has been commonly used in agriculture, cosmetology and medicine in its raw form and there has been no generally accepted method or standard for realizing sapropel extract. However, for sapropel usage in medicine, balneology and pharmacy, it is essential to develop quality criteria for raw sapropel and its extracts. This review aims at discussing and summing up different techniques for extracting bioactive compounds from sapropel as well as the possibilities of creatingdoi:10.12955/pns.v1.119 fatcat:4o6kdtmjb5bwtfz2gpfex7knjy