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June -2018: Formulation: Hutabhugadi Churna

June -2018: Formulation: Hutabhugadi Churna

Formulation Profile
Authors: Dr. Milind Hukkeri, Dr. Prashant Kumar Jha (Ref: Sahastrayoga: Churnaprakarana: 22) Ingredients: Each 1 part of Chitraka (Hutabhuga), Ajmoda, Sandhava lavana, Pippali and Maricha; 5 parts of Haritaki. Method of Preparation: Fine powder of ingredient drugs are made by passing the powder through sieve number 85. They are mixed well to make homogenous blend and thereafter, passed through sieve number 85. The mixture is stored in amber colored, air-tight bottle to avoid moisture, light reaction and other contaminations. Analytical Parameters Organoleptic characters 1. Colour : Greenish-brown 2. Odour : Characteristic aromatic 3. Taste : Salty, astringent, pungent Physico-chemical parameters Foreign matter : 4.15% Loss on drying at 105°C : 13.59% Total ash : 1.24% Acid
May- 2018- Formulation: Karpuradi Churna

May- 2018- Formulation: Karpuradi Churna

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Authors: Prof. M.H. Hukkeri, Dr. Prashant Kumar Jha (Ref: Sahastrayoga: Churnaprakarana: 9) Ingredients: Each 1 part of Karpura, Twak, Takkola, Jatiphala, Jatidala; 2 parts of Lavanga; 3 parts of Nagakeshara; 4 parts of Maricha; 5 parts of Pippali; 6 parts of Shunthi and 25 parts of sugar. Method of Preparation: Fine powder of ingredient drugs are made by passing the powder through sieve number 85. They are mixed well to make homogenous blend and thereafter, passed through sieve number 85. The mixture is stored in amber colored, air-tight bottle to avoid moisture, light reaction and other contaminations. Analytical Parameters Organoleptic characters 1. Colour : Green 2. Odour : Characteristic aromatic 3. Taste : Aromatic Physico-chemical parameters Foreign matter : 0.85% Loss...
Concept of Standardization

Concept of Standardization

Formulation Profile, Medicinal Plants, Research Methadology & Bio-statistics
Dr. Kalaratna, PG Scholar, A.L.N. Rao Memorial Ayurvedic Medical College, Koppa. Dr. Milind J. Hukkeri, Reader, A.L.N. Rao Memorial Ayurvedic Medical College, Koppa. Dr. Prashant Kumar Jha, Reader, A.L.N. Rao Memorial Ayurvedic Medical College, Koppa. Standardization is the process of determining established norms and procedures for a procedure to act as a standard reference point for future test results. In the health sector standardization is vital as to provide the quality medicine and treatment all the times. It ensures that every batch of medicine has correct materials in appropriate amount to induce stable quality and therapeutic effect. The goal of reproducibility is achieved by the process of standardization. Quality encompasses all the properties of the final product which ma...