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SCREENING OF POTENTIAL FUNCTIONAL GROUPS PRESENT IN A NOVEL SIDDHA METALLO-MINERAL FORMULATION KAALAMEGA NARAYANA CHENDHOORAM AS MENTIONED IN ATHMARAKSHA MIRTHAM ENNUM VAITHIYA SAARA SANGERAHAM THROUGH A SCIENTIFIC TECHNIQUE FOURIER TRANSFORM INFRARED SPE

Dr. R. Abinaya*, Dr. R. Vijaya Nirmala, Dr. R. Karolin Daisy Rani and Dr. M. D. Saravana Devi

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Aim and Objective: The aim of the present study is to validate the functional group analysis of a novel siddha metallo-mineral formulation Kaalamega Narayana Chendhooram as mentioned in Athmaraksha Mirtham Ennum Vaithiya Saara Sangeraham through a Scientific Technique Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy Analysis (FT-IR). Methods: Siddha system of medicine was considered as the motherhood medicine of ancient tamil dravidans in India particularly in South India. This system of medicine had a treasure of house embodying the results of ordent persuits by the ancient supernatural scientists called Siddhars. This system of medicine was an unique due to reverse pharmacology. This research paper explored the presence of functional group analysis of of a novel siddha metallo-mineral formulation Kaalamega Narayana Chendhooram as mentioned in Athmaraksha Mirtham Ennum Vaithiya Saara Sangeraham hrough a Scientific Technique Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy Analysis (FT-IR). FT-IR infrared was passed through a sample. The sample absorbed the infrared rays according to the chemical properties and few of them were transmitted. The spectrum showed the molecular absorption and transmission and forms molecular fingerprint of the sample. It produces finger print there was no two unique molecular structures of producing the same infrared spectrum. Then it was recorded as wavelength and peaks of the spectrum indicates the amount of the substances present in the prepared medicine. The screening of functional groups were done in Tamilnadu test laboratory, Vaanagaram, Chennai. It shows the presence of various functional groups in KMNC which is responsible for treating various life threatening diseases. Results: The results of FT-IR shows the presence of functional groups like Alcohols, phenols, 1º,2ºamines, amides, Aldehydes, α –β unsaturated aldehydes, Ketones, Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), Alkenes, Carbonyl (General), 1ºamine, Nitro 1ºamine, Nitro 1ºamine, Nitro 1ºamine, Nitro 1ºamine, Nitro -compoundscompounds in Kaalamega Narayana Chendhooram. Conclusion: FT-IR technique is an important and also it is more advanced technique in the analysis of functional groups. It is used to determine the functional group, quality and consistency of the test drug. The presence of functional groups are responsible for various diseases such as cancer, tuberculosis etc.

Keywords: Kaalamega Narayana Chendhooram, KMNC, Chendhooram, Siddha, metallo-mineral formulation, Functional group, Fourier Transform Infrared Spectroscopy Analysis (FT-IR).


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