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Abstract

PHYSICO-CHEMICAL CHARACTERIZATION OF VANGA BHASMA PREPARED BY THREE DIFFERENT METHODS

Kavya S. B. and Sharma Shreeshananda V.

ABSTRACT

In the current era, Rasaushadhies have given Ayurveda a complete novel health care look. The innate qualities like quick action, lesser dose, tastelessness, prolonged shelf life, better palatability of Rasaushadhies have helped them to conquer the demand of patients as well as pharmaceutical properties. Among the Rasaushadhies, Bhasmas are used mostly and occupy the highest attention. Vanga bhasma is one of it, mainly indicated in Genito-urinary tract diseases and Diabetes mellitus. There is necessary to fix some standards for manufacture of drugs for that characterization is very essential. Hence in the present study Vanga bhasma was prepared by 3 medias using Parada, Kashtoushadi (Shatavari swarasa) and Ariloha (Haratala) and was analyzed on the parameters described in Ayurvedic texts and modern technology. All the 3 samples of Vanga bhasma were in the range of nanometer and the drug was converted into its oxide form. Vanga bhasma prepared by Parada as a media is having lesser particle size when compared to other 2 medias used. In all the 3 samples major component was Tin Oxide. EDAX revealed the presence of various trace elements with the major percentage being Tin oxide. The major finding in FTIR was that the Bhasma is an organometallic compound.

Keywords: Vanga bhasma, Particle size, SEM, XRD, EDAX, FTIR.


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