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Digitalis standardization and the variability of crude and of medicinal preparations

Worth Hale

Digitalis standardization and the variability of crude and of medicinal preparations

by Worth Hale

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Published by Govt. print. off. in Washington .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Digitalis (Drug)

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesBulletin (Hygienic Laboratory (U.S.)) ;, no. 74.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRA421 .U4 no. 74
    The Physical Object
    Pagination53, iv p.
    Number of Pages53
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL6538840M
    LC Control Number11035289
    OCLC/WorldCa29162391

    The number of effective medicinal plants he discussed was between and species. Aristotle, the philosopher, also compiled a list of medicinal plants. His best student, Theophrastus discussed herbs as medicines, the kinds and parts of plants used, collection methods, and effects on humans and animals. He started the science of botany with. Medicinal Plants of the World: Chemical Constituents, Traditional and Modern Medicinal Uses (vol. ), Ivan A. Ross, Humana Press, New Jersey, (). Poisonous Plants of All Countries (2nd ed.), Arthur-Bernhard Smith, Periodical Expert Book, Delhi (). Third Professional. PHG Pharmacognosy Lab-II Cr. Hrs. 3. 1.

    digitalis preparation indications for digitoxin (crystodigin, purodigin) heart failure, increases the contractility of cardiac muscle, slows heart rate and conduction. A pharmacopoeia, pharmacopeia, or pharmacopoea (from the obsolete typography pharmacopœia, literally, "drug-making"), in its modern technical sense, is a book containing directions for the identification of compound medicines, and published by the authority of a government or a medical or pharmaceutical society.. Descriptions of preparations are called monographs.

    ADVERTISEMENTS: After reading this essay you will learn about: 1. Definition of Pharmacology 2. Historical Developments of Pharmacology 3. Stages of History of Development 4. Branches 5. Records. Essay on the Definition of Pharmacology: Pharmacology consists of two Greek Words-Pharmakon = Drug and Logos = Study and may be defined as follows: (i) Pharmacology is [ ]. About the Book The Siddha Pharmacopoeia of India, part-I, Vol.I is a legal document of standards for the quality of Siddha drugs and substances included therein (Under the Drugs and Cosmetic Act, ). The first volume contains 73 monographs dealing with Pharmacognostical, Chemical and Siddha standards of the plant drugs used in Siddha.


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Worth Hale. Abstract "January, "Includes bibliographical of access: InternetAuthor: b. Worth Hale. Sharp, Lancaster, Digitalis: Some Points as to Time of Gathering of Leaves and the Keeping Properties and Standardization of the Tincture Pharm.

Jour XXXII: () Sharp, Branson, “Activity of Digitalis Leaves and Stability and Standardization of Tinctures.†Pharm. Jour (Aug. 3, ) Cited by: 2. The standardization of medicinal plant preparations in Africa and other parts of the world includes the following steps (Evans,Hylands,Indian Pharmacopoeia, ).Macro and microscopic examination: for identification of right variety and search of by: 6.

Standardization and quality control of herbal crude drugs – Processes and procedures According to WHO [10,11], standardization and quality control of. Standardization of crude drugs is a code of conduct and an essential of medicinal plant to its clinical application.

Quality control of crude drug material, plant preparations and herbal. Pharmacognosy is the scientific study of crude drug principles of natural origin including their history, collection, preparation, standardization, use, cultivation, and commerce.

Herbal preparations from plant, animal, and mineral are medicinal and promote health beyond basic nutrition. Decomposed medicinal plant materials should be identified and discarded during harvest, post-harvest inspections and processing, in order to avoid microbial contamination and loss of product quality.

As per WHO Guidelines: 1. Medicinal plants/herbal drugs should be harvested when they are at the best possible quality for the proposed use. standards are worked out by experimentation and observations, which would lead to the process of prescribing a set of characteristics exhibited by the particular medicines.

Hence standardization is a tool in the quality control process6. American Herbal Product association defines: “Standardization refers to the body of information and. Contents: Contents Definitions of relevant terms Need of quality control Safety in quality management Ishikawa diagram Constraints in quality control of herbal drugs Three pillars of ideal herbal drug and their rational use World health organization Guidelines provided by WHO for herbals Standardization of herbal drugs crude plant Parts/plant material Processed plant materials/non-plant.

STORAGE OF CRUDE DRUGS e facilities for medicinal material should be well aerated, dry and protected from light, and, when necessary, be supplied with air-conditioning and Humidity control equipment as well as facilities to protect against rodents, insects.

Herbal medicine (also herbalism) is the study of pharmacognosy and the use of medicinal have been the basis for medical treatments through much of human history, and such traditional medicine is still widely practiced today. Modern medicine makes use of many plant-derived compounds as the basis for evidence-based pharmaceutical drugs.

Standardization involves adjusting the herbal drug preparation to a defined content of a constituent or a group of substances with known therapeutic activity by adding excipients or by mixing herbal drugs or herbal drug preparations because botanical extracts made directly from crude plant material show substantial variation in composition.

Hauser supplies companies such as Rexall with herbal extracts. Hauser’s extraction process is a trade secret, but Lenoble says it “emulates a tea cup”—plant material is put into a big vat with a solvent of ethanol and water, known as a menstruum, to draw out the plant’s constituents; Lenoble says their low-heat process combined with the watered-down ethanol makes for a gentler solvent.

Digitalis, ether, opium, and other drugs were introduced in the nineteenth century. Medicinal chemistry received a large impulse from the discovery made forward the end of the nineteenth century by Paul Ehrlich (), father of modern chemotherapy.

preparations are developed and created drugs by the modern pharmaceutical industry. Nowadays, they are manufactured and sold most widely on the pharmaceutical market for curing diseases and promoting public health in India.[3] Of the 2, 50, higher plant species on earth, more t are medicinal.

Introduction of traditional herbal medicines into Europe, the USA and other developed countries. The desire to capture the wisdom of traditional healing systems has led to a resurgence of interest in herbal medicines (Tyler, ), particularly in Europe and North America, where herbal products have been incorporated into so-called ‘alternative’, ‘complementary’, ‘holistic’ or.

Write chemical assay method of any crude drug from official book Write down at least 2 identification tests for carbohydrates, alkaloids, glycosides, fixed oils and tannins Prepare a list of the approximate value of phytochemical constituents in 5 crude drugs e.g.

turmeric, fennel, caraway, cardamom and cinnamon Write a method for. The standardization included the ethanol content but not the cannabinoid content since the main cannabinoids were elucidated only in the s.

Cannabis analysis, as established in the s and s, has been focusing since then predominantly on forensic purposes, but not on the standardization of traditional preparations used for decades.

HERBAL DRUGS/ HERBAL FORMULATION • ARE – Finished labelled products that contain active ingredients such as aerial or underground parts of plant or other plant material or combinations thereof, whether in the crude state or as plant preparations.

• ARE - crude plant material such as leaves, flowers, fruit, seed, stems, wood, bark, roots. of standardization, identification and pharmacopoeial standards [1]. It is thus prudent to undertake the standardization of herbal medicine used in various healthcare systems. Moreover, herbal medicines are prepared from materials of natural origin which are prone to contamination, detoriation and variation .procedures and acceptance criteria for herbal substances, herbal preparations and herbal medicinal products/traditional herbal medicinal products’ (EMEA/CPMP/QWP//00 and EMEA/CVMP//00 as revised).

A simplified registration procedure was established for traditional herbal medicinal products for human use under Directive /24/EC.Vol-I About the Book The Siddha Pharmacopoeia of India, part-I, Vol.I is a legal document of standards for the quality of Siddha drugs and substances included therein (Under the Drugs and Cosmetic Act, ).

The first volume contains 73 monographs dealing with Pharmacognostical, Chemical and Siddha standards of the plant drugs used in Siddha.