DRUG STANDARDIZATION OF AYURVEDIC MEDICATION

  • Azad singh "Gujrat Ayurved University"

Abstract

India is a mother hub for development of Ayurveda, and different natural herbs based mostly health science (AYUSH).Herbal Pharmaceutical business has nice potential and opportunities for development in the future. Standardization of drug suggests that confirmation of its identity, quality,and purity throughout all phases of its cycle i.e. shelf-life, storage, distribution and use by varied parameters. Totally different techniques concerned in the standardization of crude and finished compound medication to this point, e.g. large ways, - physical ways, chemical ways, biological ways, and macroscopically ways. As we have a tendency to all recognize in our Ayurvedic system of medicines drug standardization of Ayurvedic formulation may be a massive challenge. Clear cut pointers haven't been developed to this point. Book testing protocol is also adopted for drug identification. Drug standardization is needed for the event of Indian system of Medicines (viz. Ayurveda) for identification of drug, purity of drug, safety of drug, strength of drug, effectiveness of drug and to follow GMP and GLP standards as per varied restrictive authorities. The national health authorities (national drug restrictive authorities, DCC) ought to make sure that all ASU pharmaceutical product subject to their management area unit in conformity with quality, safety, effectiveness which all premises and practices used the producing and distribution of those product adjust to GMP standards, thus on make sure the continued conformity of the merchandise with these necessities till such time as they're delivered to the tip user.

Keywords: Keywords: Drug, Standardization, Ayurveda, Unani, accumulation, Testing.

Author Biography

Azad singh, "Gujrat Ayurved University"
master student

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singh, A. (2019). DRUG STANDARDIZATION OF AYURVEDIC MEDICATION. Innovare Journal of Ayurvedic Sciences, 1-3. Retrieved from https://innovareacademics.in/journals/index.php/ijas/article/view/33393
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