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Kumari Archana*, Dr. D. B. Vaghela, Harisha C. R. and Shukla V. J.


Aim: The present study was carried out to standardize the finished product Laghu Sutasekhara Rasa to confirm its authenticity identity, purity and quality. Materials and Methods: The raw drugs are identified and authenticated, and powder microscopy was done in the Pharmacognosy Laboratory, Institute for Post Graduate Teaching and Research in Ayurveda (IPGT), Gujarat Ayurved University (GAU), Jamnagar, Gujarat, India. The study mentioned the organoleptic and microscopic characteristics. Physico-chemical parameters and highperformance thin layer chromatography (HPTLC) studies carried out at pharmaceutical laboratory, IPGT and RA, GAU, Jamnagar, Gujarat, India. Bhavana of Nagavalli Swarasa (Piper betle Linn.) was given to enhance the potency of Laghu Sutasekhara Rasa. Results and Discussion: The pharmacognostical results of Laghu Sutasekhara Rasa showed oleoresin content of Sunthi, dark brown content of Gairika, Trichome of betel leaves loaded by Gairika, stomata with epidermal cells of betel leaves, fragments of annular vessels of Sunthi, etc. Physico-chemical analysis of Laghu Sutasekhara Rasa revealed loss on drying 5.14% w/w, water-soluble extract 11.6% w/w, etc. In HPTLC, almost all spots were merging in sample showing common characters in both the wavelengths. Conclusion: Key For present study, the values for Laghu Sutasekhara Rasa, ash values are 57.95% w/w, acid insoluble ash value 25.2% w/w, water-soluble extract are 11.6% w/w, and methanol-soluble extract are 2.2% w/w, loss on drying values 5.14% w/w, iron estimation values 6.1% w/w. High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography (HPTLC) at 254 nm and 366 nm resulted into 8 & 6 spots respectively. The physicochemical analysis are inferred that the formulation meets maximum qualitative standards.

Keywords: Laghu Sutasekhara Rasa, Pharmacognosy, Pharmaceutics, HPTLC.

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