Thummar Ishan, Dr. Monimala Pramanick, Dr. Suraj Singh and Dr. Poorav Desai
Background: Through this research project preparing the mixed variety of Allium cepa and Thuja occidentalis lotion with the aqueous base.
Methodology: In this process preparing the Lotion from Prepared Thuja occidentalis- Q and Prepared Allium cepa- Q mother tincture in base line sample of aqueous solution as drug and vehicle ratio of (1: 9). Samples were passed under the UV- Visible spectrophotometer (Double beam) and FTIR (Fourier-transform infrared spectroscopy).
Result: While sample passing under UV- visible spectrophotometer, maximum absorption of Allium cepa - Q is 0.992 at 410 nm, Thuja occidentalis- Q is 0.995 at 571 nm and Allium cepa lotion is 0.999 at 554.00 nm, Thuja occidentalis lotion is 0.999 at 503 nm, Mixed variety of Allium cepa and Thuja occidentalis lotion is 0.998 at 476 nm. On other hand, In, FTIR the Maximum transmission of Allium cepa- Q at the wavelength of 3364.08 cm-1, whereas the Maximum transmission of Thuja occidentalis- Q at 3346.47 cm-1, Maximum transmission of Allium cepa lotion at the wavelength of 3346.83 cm-1, Maximum transmission of Thuja occidentalis lotion at the wavelength of 3297.39 cm-1 and Maximum transmission of Mixed variety of Allium cepa- Q and Thuja occidentalis- Q lotion at the wavelength of 3218.41 3218.41 cm-1
Conclusion: Formulation of mixed variety of Allium cepa- Q and Thuja occidentalis- Q lotion gives a good result in quality control done by the UV- visible spectrophotometer and FTIR (Fourier Transform infrared Spectroscopy).
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