REVIEW ON STANDARD MANUFACTURING PROTOCOL FOR AYURVEDIC CLASSICAL FORMULATION APAMARGA KSHARA TAILA
Background: Talia is taken into account as secondary preparation in piece of writing literature. They are essential for the body. It may either nourish the body or offer strength to the body. Area unit they are therapeutically used for abhyanga; however, some are used additionally internally.
Objective: Review on the standard Preparation of the Apamarga tail.
Materials: Apamarga, sesame oil.
Methods: Take all ingredients of aggregation quality. Treat tila taila to rearrange murcchita tila taila. Add half-dozen elements of water to 1 a section of Apamarga and dissolve totally. Wash, clean, dry the ingredient vary four of the formulation composition, powder, and tolerate 100 and 80 μm sieve (sieve vary 85) (Kalka dravya). Transfer the powder to wet grinder and grind with ample quantity of water to rearrange unvaried combine (Kalka). Take murcchita tila taila in associate in nursing passing stainless steel vessel and heat it. Add increments of Kalka. Stir completely whereas adding the Kshara jala. Heat for 3 h with constant stirring maintaining the temperature between 500 and 800 throughout the 1st h of heating. Stop heating and allow standing long. Continue the strategy of heating intermittently over associate in nursing quantity of 3 days. Constantly check the Kalka by rolling between the fingers. Stop the heating once the Kalka breaks down into things on creating an effort to make a varti (khara paka lakshana) and at the appearance of froth (phenodgama) over the oil. Expose the Kalka and oil to flame and ensure the absence of crackling sound indicating the absence of condition. Filter whereas hot (about 800) through an artifact textile and allow to cool down. Store it in glass containers and pack them air-tight to protect against lightweight and condition.
Conclusion: Medicated oil is yellow in color.
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