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Title: Preparation, method of optimization and physicochemical evaluation of traditional formulation, Triphala Mashi
Authors: Biradar, Yogesh S
Sharma, Piush
Khandelwal, K R
Keywords: Triphala Mashi
Ayurvedic formulation
Issue Date: Apr-2007
Publisher: CSIR
IPC CodeInt. Cl.⁸: C01, A61K36/00
Abstract: Triphala Mashi was mentioned in Bharat Bhaishjya Ratnakar (2522) and Sharangdhar Samhita-uttar khanda. Triphala Mashi is prepared by using muffle furnace and silica crucible. Physical evaluation of Triphala and Triphala Mashi was done by using DSC and chemical profile of Triphala and Mashi was obtained by preliminary phytochemical screening, total organic carbon content, total inorganic content, ascorbic acid content, HPTLC, and IR. DSC thermograms of Triphala and Triphala Mashi, all are reproducible and can be used as a promising tool for the quality control of the process development. Spectroscopic and chromatographic techniques are proved to be useful in obtaining chemical profile of both Triphala and Triphala Mashi. These techniques are also useful in studying qualitative and quantitative differences in inorganic as well as organic chemical constituents, thermal degradation and conversion of chemical constituents.
Page(s): 292-297
ISSN: 0972-5938
Source:IJTK Vol.06(2) [April 2007]

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