Formualtion and Evaluation of Punica Topical Gel for its Content of Gallic Acid and Anti-Microbial Study

@article{Chalke2016FormualtionAE,
  title={Formualtion and Evaluation of Punica Topical Gel for its Content of Gallic Acid and Anti-Microbial Study},
  author={Tejaswi P Chalke and K. Sharma and S. Nagare and S. Jirge},
  journal={Journal of drug delivery},
  year={2016},
  volume={6}
}
Dried, powdered peel of Punica granatum was extracted with aqueous as solvent using soxhlet. Topical formulation gels were formulated with different combination of polymers and aqueous extract of punica. These formulations were evaluated for their physicochemical parameters, viscosity, spreadability, gallic acid content (by HPLC) and antimicrobial activity. Gel was successfully formulated and evaluated for the pharmaceutical parameters of the formulation and also for the content of gallic acid… Expand

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