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Title: Evaluation of Ayurvedic compound formulations 6- Panchkola Churna
Authors: Pandey, Madan M
Rastogi, Subha
Khatoon, S
Mehrotra, S
Rawat, AKS
Keywords: Ayurveda;Panchkola Churna;Compound formulation;Quality control
Issue Date: Jul-2017
Publisher: NISCAIR-CSIR, India
IPC Code: Int. Cl.8: A61B 5/117, G06K 9/00, A61K, A01D 20/00
Abstract: Increasing public interest and acceptance of herbal drugs and natural therapies in both developing and developed countries has given rise to various forms of adulteration and substitution in the herbal formulations leading to consumers and manufacturers disappointment and in some instances fatal consequences. Standardization and quality evaluation is the process of preparing a set of standards or identical characteristics, constant parameters, definitive values that carry an assurance of quality, efficacy, safety and reproducibility of any single or compound herbal formulation. In the continuation of earlier studies on standardization of Ayurvedic herbal formulations four samples of Panchkola Churna, procured from different Ayurvedic pharmacies, were subjected to physicochemical analysis, HPTLC fingerprinting and botanical characterization, and compared using authentic ingredients as reference. The studies suggest that these parameters may, together, be used for quality evaluation and standardization of compound formulations and maintaining the quality, purity and efficacy of the studied formulation.
Page(s): 514-518
ISSN: 0975-1068 (Online); 0972-5938 (Print)
Appears in Collections:IJTK Vol.16(3) [July 2017]

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