Soxhlet extraction apparatus is frequently used to extract beneficial bioactive substances from a variety of natural sources. A tiny quantity of the dry sample is put in a thimble for this extraction and placed in a distillation flask with the solvent of interest. It is a device used in analytical chemistry to extract an analyte from a solid matrix. Typically, a dried and ground piece of an animal or plant tissue makes up the solid matrix. Using a solvent, the analyte is removed from the polymer. The components of the Soxhlet extraction apparatus are a solvent reservoir, a heating source, a thimble (a tiny glass or cellulose cup-shaped container), and a syphon tube.