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Journal: International Journal of Medicine and Pharmaceutical Sciences (IJMPS) (Vol.11, No. 2)

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Page : 127-136

Keywords : Churna; Powder; Attrition; Hammer Mill; Tumbler Mixer & Total Ash Etc;

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Ayurved has a long and strong heritage use of Polyherbal drugs and formulations to treat various diseases. Different formulations have been described by Acharyas, such as Panchavidha Kashaya Kalpana, where ChurnaKalpana is the Upakalpana of Kalka Kalpna. In Ayurvedic pharmaceutics, the concept of churna is well established for medicinal purposes as well as the manufacturing of other formulations. In Ayurveda, there is a thorough discussion of the various methods of preparation as well as the shelf life duration. Churna is the most basic kind of Ayurvedic medication that may be created quickly. The Churna that we are going to make should be based on Ayurvedic classics or India's Ayurvedic formulary (AFI). The necessity for time to standardise the churna has implications for the current analytical techniques. In present scenerio, there is new machinery have invented, the process of Churna preparation become a very easy task. All the required herbs are cleaned, dried and powdered together by disintegrators. Mechanical sifters are also used in this process. There are different herbal containing churnas are sold in the market for various ailments both in Acute and Chronic conditions. In this review, an attempt is made to gather all the information about classical and modern aspects of Churnakalpana

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