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PHARMACOGNOSTICAL & PHYTO-CHEMICAL EVALUATION OF MUNDITAKA KWATHA –W.S.R. TO BEEJAKOSHA GRANTHI (OVARIAN CYST)

*Vd. Pooja Vihariya, Dr. Shilpa Donga, Harisha C.R. and Shukla V.J.

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To continue the process of universe the almighty have empowered all his creation to reproduce them for the continuity of human race through both the men and women are equally important, but the women share the major responsibilities. In past some years, there is a domestic rise in female related illness which was rarely seen before in history. Ovarian cyst is an emerging problem among the women of reproductive age group. In Ayurved context to Granthi, situated in Beejakosha can be correlated with Ovarian cyst. Kanchanara Guggulu with Anupana of Munditaka Kwatha has been selected in present study. Munditaka Yavakuta was used as Kwatha Kalpana as mentioned by Sharangdhara Samhita. All the parts of the Sphaeranthus indicus (Linn) are having medicinal uses. Till date there is no scientific evaluation has been observed. An attempt has been made to evaluate its Pharmacognostical and Physico-chemical profile. Pharmacognostically authenticated whole Munditaka plant was used for the preparation of Yavakuta and it was analyzed through qualitative and quantitative analysis of physicochemical parameters. High-Performance Thin Layer chromatography study (HPTLC) was also developed. Pharmacognostical results shows Border pitted vessel, Oil globules, Pollen grain, Multicellular warty trichoms, Silica deposition, Stone cells, Rhomboidal crystals, Fragment of annular vessels. Qualitative study shows that pH is 7, Ash value is 9.46% w/w, Loss on drying is 7.44% w/w, Water soluble extract is 10.3% w/w & Alcohol soluble extract is 3% w/w, Acid soluble Ash 1.35 %w/w. HPTLC study shows that Maximum 7 spots were obtained when viewed under short wave ultra violet light both (254 nm) and (366 nm).

Keywords: Beejakosha Granthi, Munditaka Yavakuta, Phytochemical Analysis, Chromatography.


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