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Abstract

PRELIMINARY PHARMACEUTICO-ANALYTICAL STUDY OF SARJIKA KSHARA

*Dr. Tarun Gupta, Prof. Dr. U. U. Zala, Dr. B. D. Kalsariya and Dr. B. L. Umrethia

ABSTRACT

Context: Sarjika Kshara is prepared by processing the ash of plant named Dhanvayasa i.e Fagonia Cretica Linn. It possess KatuRasa; Ushna, Tikshna, Laghu, Ruksha Guna and Ushna Virya. Aim: To develop preliminary Pharmaceutico- Analytical profile of Sarjika Kshara. Materials and Methods: Sarjika Kshara was prepared by processing the ash of Dhanvayasa Panchanga (Fagonia Cretica Linn.) with 1:8 ratio of ash and R.O water as per reference of Rasatarangini. The raw drug i.e Dhanvayasa Panchanga, In process material viz. Dhanvayasa Ash and Sarjika Kshara Jala and final product i.e Sarjika Kshara were analysed for various Organoleptic, Physico-Chemical and Phytochemical parameters. Sarjika Kshara was also analysed for Qualitative ions study. Results: After three washes, maximum yield was obtained i.e.410g(22.70%), 105g(7.55%) and 25g(1.95%) respectively in each wash. Average LOD 1.8 % at 1050C, Average Ash value(%w/w) 95.02% and Average pH value 10.23 is noted in the prepared Sarjika Kshara.Various ions like Sodium, Potassium, Carbonate, Bicarbonate etc were found to be present in prepared Sarjika Kshara. Conclusions: Classical method of preparation of Sarjika Kshara is applicable to develop the preliminary profile of Sarjika Kshara. Repeated washing of Ash should be done to obtain maximum yield of Kshara.

Keywords: Dhanvayasa, Kshara, Sarjika Kshara, Fagonia CreticaLinn.


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