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Ashwagandha – An Ayurvedic Tablet

Journal: International Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences and Medicine (IJPSM) (Vol.7, No. 7)

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Page : 1-10

Keywords : Ashwagandha; crospovidone; Disintegration;

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The study of medicine is a science as well as an art. Pharmaceutical oral solid dosage forms have been used widely for decades, mainly due to their ease of administration and suitability for systemic drug delivery. The tablets may be produced directly from powders, granule pellets, or film-coated multiple units. Nowadays, tablets are the most widely used dosage form, making up over 70% of all manufactured ethical pharmaceutical formulations. Tablets are solid pharmaceutical unit dosage forms that can be manufactured by compression or moulding. They can include medicinal ingredients with or without acceptable diluents. The treatment of numerous disastrous diseases in the modern day has benefited greatly from the traditional. Ashwagandha powder, an ayurvedic remedy made from the herb withania somnifera is used to treat a variety of conditions including osteoarthritis, type 2 diabetes, anxiety-related issues, and tumour healing abilities. Withaferin-A, Stigmosterol glucoside, and withanolide-D are the three chemical components of ashwagandha.

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