This work describes a novel, facile, inexperienced, and one-step sonochemical methodology for lowering graphene oxide (GO) utilizing Doum palm fruit. The profitable transformation of GO into diminished graphene oxide (RGO) is confirmed by way of a number of strategies. FTIR confirmed the elimination of most oxygen useful teams from GO and conjugation between Doum and derived diminished graphene oxide (GRGO). From XRD, the GO sharp peak was disappeared upon discount and changed by a large broad peak. X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) research revealed a rise of the (C/O) ratio in GRGO in comparison with GO. The crumpled morphology of GO happens upon discount seen from HRTEM. Corrugation and cracks in GO sheets are noticed after the discount course of, FESEM revealed. The thermal stability of GRGO is greater than that of GO. These findings illustrate that this methodology is promising for the mass manufacturing biosynthesizing nanoscale oxides conjugated to diminished GO for medicinal and organic functions.