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Abstract

QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF SALVIA SCLAREA (CLARY SAGE): A HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINAL PLANT

Megha Ranga*, Binit Dwivedi, Renu Arya, Manoj, Anil Khurana

 

ABSTRACT

Introduction: This paper explains the study of whole plant salvia sclarea, its medicinal effects and its physico-chemical parameters. The plant has a long history as a medicinal herb, and is currently grown for its essential oil. It is native to the northern Mediterranean Basin, along with some areas in north Africa and Central Asia. In India it is widely grown in Jammu & Kashmir. The largest producing countries of this herb are USA, France, and Bulgaria. The drug was proposed to study various parameters such as raw drugs standardization values, physico-chemical parameters, organo-leptic properties and TLC study values. Material and methods: The study of various parameters was carried out at DDPRCRI, Noida. The physiochemical study depicts the values of different parameters like foreign matter, moisture content, total ash, water soluble and acid insoluble ash values, water and ethanol extracts of the raw drug. Preliminary analytical tests viz. organo-leptic specifications, sediment, specific gravity determination, total solids; pH- measurement, TLC (thin layer chromatography), UV-Visible spectra and alcohol content have also been employed. Results: The study indicates the values of different parameters of the drugs. TLC study confirms the complexity of the composition of the prepared drug. Conclusion: The physicochemical data of the plant salvia sclarea may serve as pharmacopoeial standard for quality assurance, authentication and quality control process of the commercially available drug.

Keywords: Physico-Chemical, Phyto-Chemical, Pharmacopoeial standard, Experimental procedures.


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