A Recent Approach for Development and Standardization of Madhushoonya Churna: Ayurvedic Polyherbal Formulation
The quality of herbal medicine depends on the profile of the constituents in the final product and has significant implications in its efficacy and safety. Due to the complex nature and inherent variability of the phytoconstituent in the plant based drugs, it is difficult to establish quality control parameters for Ayurvedic formulations..These Traditional herbal formulations must follow regulatory guidance to create scientific evidence base with robust chemistry, manufacturing and controls. Traditionally Madhu Shoonya Churna helps keep diabetes in check. The research aims to standardize the preparation and to set the quality control parameters for manufacturing of this Churna. The powder characteristics, test for phytochemical constituents and organoleptic characteristics were performed on formulation. Instrumental analysis was done by using HPLC & HPTLC. The results obtained were useful for standardization of ASU drugs.
Keywords: Herbal medicine, Madhu Shoonya Churna, HPLC & HPTLC
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