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PHARMACOGNOSY OF JAYPALBEEJ WITH PHARMACEUTICAL STUDY OF SHODHANA PROCESS (PURIFICATION) OF JAYPAL BEEJ(CROTON TINGLIUM L SEED)

*Dr. Arati Abhaykumar Shinde, Dr. Yadunath C. Waykole and Dr. Ashwin A. Shete

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Visha (Toxic) or upvisha (Less toxic) are toxic to human body in their natural form. These substances are not used directly for medicinal purposes. They are used as part of a treatment in human being, after undergoing various procedures which are known as Shodhan. Shodhan is an Ayurvedic procedure of detoxification. Shodhana (purification) also enhances the pharmaceutical qualities of the drugs. These ayurvedic procedures were known to Indian culture since hundreds of years. Jaypal Beej (Croton tinglium L seed) one of the Upavisha (less toxic drug) is used in preparation of many Ayurvedic drugs like “Ichchhabhedi Rasa”, “Chandramrut Rasa”, “Mahamrutyuanjaya rasa” etc. So proper identification and shodhana is very important of this plant. Pharmacognosy of this plant done with SOP(Standard Operating Procedures) and discussed here. Rasatargini mentioned the shodhana process of Jaypal Beej in Godugdha (Cow‟s milk) for three times. The process is standard; materials are easily available. This method is used and discussed in this article.

Keywords: Jaypal Beej, Visha, upvisha, Semipoisonous drugs, shodhana, Croton tinglium


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