Standardization of polyherbal Siddha formulation aavarai poovarisi chooranam – anti-diabetic drug by pharmaceutical analytical techniques
Keywords:Aavarai Poovarisi Chooranam, Polyherbal formulation, Phyto-chemical, Physico-chemical
Aavarai Poovarisi Chooranam is a Siddha poly herbal formulation plays an important role in treating Diabetes alone or in combination. Chooranam is applied to the powder made by a single or a mixture of herbal ingredients. The drugs required for making Aavarai Poovarisi Chooranam were collected and authenticated by experts and prepared as per siddha literature. It was then subjected to preliminary phyto-chemical analysis, physico-chemical, high performance thin layer chromatographic finger printing was done through CAMAG software, biochemical analysis, heavy metal analysis, pesticide residue, aflatoxin and microbial load analysis prior to toxicology and pharmacology testing. The obtained results were within normal limits in this study, which is briefly described in this paper.
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