The paper examines the advancements and obstacles in environmentally sustainable extraction methods for natural products in Indonesia. It presents a comprehensive examination of conventional extraction methodologies utilized in Indonesia and analyses their inherent constraints and ecological ramifications. The subsequent section of the paper examines a range of environmentally friendly extraction methods, encompassing their underlying principles, advantages, disadvantages, and instances of their implementation in the context of Indonesia. Furthermore, the study examines the challenges and constraints associated with green extraction practices in Indonesia, encompassing technical and economic impediments and regulatory concerns. Furthermore, this study explores recent advancements in environmentally sustainable extraction methods for natural products in Indonesia and their potential practical uses. The review underscores the importance of implementing environmentally responsible and sustainable extraction practices in Indonesia and provides recommendations for further research and development in this area. The article offers significant perspectives on the condition of green extraction methods employed for Indonesian natural products and highlights potential pathways for future progress in this field.
- Green extraction
- Indonesian natural products