A pharmaceutico-analytical study of Vidangarishta
In Ayurveda, Sandhana Kalpana is particular dosage form. In Sandhana Kalpana, Asava and Arishta are included. Arishta are self generated herbal fermentation formulation in traditional medicinal system; they are considered as unique and valuable therapeutics in Ayurveda. Through traditional knowledge in literature as well as in practice exists about Arishtas and Asavas. There was great efforts to document, preserve and improve knowledge for the betterment of mankind. Vidangarishta is prepared by traditional method with special reference to Sharangdhara Samhita. This is alcoholic medicaments prepared by allowing the decoction to undergoes fermentation with addition of honey. Vidangarishta keep for fermentation about one month. After fermentation process is completed, was tested according to both Ayurvedic and modern method. Vidangarishta commonly used for Krumi (worm infection) Vyadhi. Pharmaceutical and analytical study discussed in this research article.
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