FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF A POLYHERBAL SUSPENSION OF ALOE BARBADENSIS (EEAB), SALIX TETRASPERMA(EEST) AND TENACETUM PARTHENIUM (EETP)

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Dinesh Kumar
Ahuja Dharmendra

Keywords

Polyherbal formulation, Suspension, Quality Evaluation, Stability testing

Abstract

Aim: The present study was conducted in order to carry out in order to formulate a polyherbal suspension produced from ethanolic extract of Aloe barbadensis (EEAB), Salix tetrasperma (EEST) and Tenacetum parthenium (EETP) leaves.


Methods: The polyherbal suspension produced from ethanolic extract of Aloe barbadensis (EEAB), Salix tetrasperma (EEST) and Tenacetum parthenium (EETP) leaves was formulated and evaluated for the accelerated stability for around 3 months.


 Result: Polyherbal formulation-SF 4 shows the perfect appearance and texture; there were no changes in sedimentation rate, pH, flow rate, viscosity and various other physiochemical parameters. All the quality control parameters in formulated suspension were found to be holistic and acceptable.


Conclusion: It is concluded that suspension of ethanolic extracts of Aloe barbadensis (EEAB), Salix tetrasperma (EEST) and Tenacetum parthenium (EETP) leaves, so formulated could be effective and safe and suitable for use.

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