Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Vol. 6, Issue 2 (2017)
Qualitative analysis of praval bhasma bynamburi phased spot test
Dr. Suman Lata, Dr. Nidhi Garg and Dr. Akhil Jain
Praval Bhasma is unique preparation which is traditionally used as antipyretic, antiulcer, antacid and treatment of bone metabolic disorders associated with calcium deficiency. A study was conducted to analyze the fineness, proper preparation and quality of the Bhasma using organo-leptic and Namburi phased Spot Test (NPST). NPST method is newly introduced in the field of Ayurvedic pharmaceutical standardization accepted by CCRAS. The Namburi phased Spot Test (NPST), a spot test based on chemical reaction, is a technique for quality assessment of a Sindura and bhasma. Shodhana (purification) of Praval was done in sarjika- kshar
by Dolayantra vidhi for 3 hours and bhawana of Godugdha (cow milk) given to form Praval Bhasma. Then subjected to organo-leptic and Namburi phased Spot Test (NPST) Analysis. The analysis was observed in three phases from 0 to 24hrs and compared with standard protocol. The prepared Praval Bhasma gave results in accordance to NPST standards.
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Dr. Suman Lata, Dr. Nidhi Garg and Dr. Akhil Jain. Qualitative analysis of praval bhasma bynamburi phased spot test. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2017;6(2):114-116.