Shobha Haligoudar, Mrityunjaya Patil and Amruta Balekundri
Objective: The aim of the present study was to transform Ayurvedic formulation into modern dosage form such as poly-herbal dispersible tablet without altering the chemical properties of the original formulation.
Methods: Poly-herbal churna was prepared and then poly-herbal dispersible tablet was formulated. Standardization parameters such as loss on drying, ash value, extractive value was performed for churna. The evaluation of raw materials, polyherbal churna, polyherbal extract and dispersible tablet was done using preliminary phytochemical tests. The dispersible tablet was formulated and evaluated for pre and post compression parameters. Determination of digestive property done by amylolytic, lipolytic, protiolytic activity.
Results: The standardization parameters showed the results within the standard limits, thus confirming the quality and purity of the raw materials. The pre and post compression parameters for poly-herbal dispersible tablet formulation resulted within the acceptance range.
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