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PHYSICO-CHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF SAMAGUNABALIJARITA KAJJALI- AN AYURVEDIC DRUG

Dani M.*, Belge R., Tumme D., Dongre V., Pathak M. and Pimparkar S.

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Several compounds of Parada (Mercury) and Gandhaka (Sulphur) are extensively used in Ayurvedic therapeutics for a wide variety of ailments and conditions. Kajjali is one such compound which is the most predominant amongst them. Kajjali, an Indian traditional drug has been used in the treatment of various disorders. There are different proportions of purified Parada (Mercury) and Gandhaka (Sulphur) mentioned in the Ayurvedic texts for the preparation of Kajjali. In our study, Kajjali (Black sulphide of mercury) has been prepared by traditional method. In which the purified mercury and sulphur were triturated in a clean Khalva yantra (Mortar & Pestle) for approximately 72 hours until the Kajjali is formed. The product was assessed by different organoleptic, alchemical and physicochemical parameters, viz. Analytical study, Xray diffraction (XRD), Scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The present work is aimed at the preparation and Physico-chemical analysis of Samagunabalijarita Kajjali (equal parts of purified Mercury and Sulphur) prepared by traditional method.

Keywords: Samagunabalijarita Kajjali, Parada, Gandhaka, Rasashastra, Ayurvedic therapeutics, Physico-chemical analysis.


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