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COMPARATIVE ESTIMATION AND CHEMICAL STANDARDIZATION OF NEW AND OLD SAMPLE OF CHYAWANPRASH

@inproceedings{Ghosh2013COMPARATIVEEA,
  title={COMPARATIVE ESTIMATION AND CHEMICAL STANDARDIZATION OF NEW AND OLD SAMPLE OF CHYAWANPRASH},
  author={Arka Ghosh and Damiki Laloo and Narendra Kumar Singh},
  year={2013}
}
Objective: The present study was carried out to compare the quality of new and 24 months old sample of Chyawanprash from the same brand. Material and Methods: Total polyphenolics, total reducing sugar, ascorbic acid, hydroxymethyl furfural (HMF), and fibre content were measured in both the new and 24 months old sample of Chyawanprash. Results: Results obtained reveal the reduction in the percentage of total polyphenolics, total reducing sugar and ascorbic acid content while high level of HMF in… 

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