Pharmaceutical Analysis of Guduchi-Bhadramustadi Ghanvati: An Ayurvedic Formulation for Dyslipidemia
Ayurveda a science life which deals the maintenance of health and treatment for the diseases manifested in the human body. In Ayurveda many herbal and herbo-mineral formulations have been explained for disease treatment. Guduchi-Bhadramustadi yoga is herbal formulation explained in classical which consists of five herbal medicines and it has been converted in to Ghanavati form by following the sop in GMP certified pharmacy. It is a classical preparation used in the management of Kapha Dosha Vikaras by practitioners. Material & Methods: The present study was aimed to recognize the constituents of Guduchi-Badraustadi Ghanavati by using physico-chemical parameters, Qualitative analysis and Chromatography (HPTLC). Conclusion: This study will be useful for standardization of Guduchi-Badramustadi Ghanavati and for the preparation of the monography of this formulation for the Ayurvedic Formulary of India (AFI).
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