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Journal: Indo American Journal of Pharmaceutical Sciences (IAJPS) (Vol.2, No. 12)

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Page : 1557-1567

Keywords : Artavavaha Srotorodha; Kumari Taila; Pharmacognosy; Phytochemistry; Tubal blockage;

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According to the Ayurvedic principles, a drug or therapy should not be only having pacifying effect on disease, but also it must not create any adverse effect or complication.[1] A drug should not be only efficacious, but also easily available. Taking all these points into consideration, Kumari Taila Uttarabasti was selected in the present study for the management of tubal blockage which has been mentioned by Bhavamishra in Shirorogadhikara. The present study was aimed at setting up a standard profile of Kumari Taila which was prepared using pharmacognostically authenticated raw drugs followed by subjecting it to detailed pharmacognostical and physicochemical analysis as per standard protocol. The observations were systematically recorded. Pharmacognostical findings of raw drugs (Parenchyma cells with allotic cells, Acicular crystals, Anisocytic stomata, warty trichome with base, Aleurone grains, Endosperm Fragment, steroids, tannins, fibre, stone, Border pitted vessels, Prismatic crystals, Cark with crystals, Oleoresin with crystals, Perisperm cells, Oil content cells with Aleurone grains and epidermal cells, Cork in surface view, Starch grain etc.) confirm the authentication of ingredients present in the finished product which support the intended action of the formulation in Artavavaha Srotorodha i.e. tubal blockage. Key Words: Artavavaha Srotorodha, Kumari Taila, Pharmacognosy, Phytochemistry, Tubal blockage

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