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ANALYSIS OF PHALAKALYANA GHRITA– AN AYURVEDIC POLYHERBAL FORMULATION FOR INFERTILITY

Ekta Vaddoriya*, Dr. L. P. Dei, Harisha C. R. and V. J. Shukla

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Background: In Indian scenario, Infertility is the biggest issue for married couple in society. “Infertility is defined as failure to conceive within one or more years having regular unprotected coitus.[1] According to the Indian society of assisted reproduction, Infertility currently affects about 10 to 14% of the Indian population. Among them female is directly responsible about 40%. The sub factors of female infertility are Ovarian, Endometrial, Tubal and Uterine etc. In Ayurveda so many formulation are given for infertility. Phalakalyana Ghrita is a commonly used and prescribed Ayurvedic poly herbal formulation in all types of infertility. Aim: To analyze the pharmacognostical and pharmaceutical evaluation of Phalakalyan Ghrita. Material and Method: Phalakalyana Ghrita was subjected to pharmacognostical and physiochemical analysis such as microscopic study, acid value, specific gravity etc. Result: Pharmacognostical study showed the presence of contents such as Parenchyma cells, Acicular crystals of Shatavari, prismatic crystals of ksheervidari, starch grains of Yashthimadhu, sieve tubes of Ashwagandha, starch grains and pitted vessels of Manjishtha, Oil globules and prismatic crystals of kushtha, Epicarp cells and mesocarp cells of Triphala, aleurone grains and scalariform vessels of Ajamoda, aleurone grains of Haridra, Epidermal cells and unicellular hairs of Daruharidra etc. Physico chemical constants like acid value, specific gravity, saponification value, iodine value, refrective index, HPTLC(High Performance Thin Layer Chromatography) where evaluated along with organoleptic characteristics. Conclusion: Pharmacognostical and physicochemical analysis study confirm that all the characters were found in ingredient drugs of Phalakalyana Ghrita.

Keywords: Phalakalyana Ghrita, HPTLC, Tubal blockage, IUUB, Pharmaceutics, Pharmacognocy.


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