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Formulation and physico-chemical standardization of Viburnum coriaceum arista

@inproceedings{Prabhu2011FormulationAP,
  title={Formulation and physico-chemical standardization of Viburnum coriaceum arista},
  author={K. Prabhu and P. Karar and S. Hemalatha and K. Ponnudurai},
  year={2011}
}
  • K. Prabhu, P. Karar, +1 author K. Ponnudurai
  • Published 2011
  • The leaves,stems and roots of Viburnum coriaceum ,b elonging to the family Adoxaceae ,were collected from Nilgiri hills of Tamil Nadu and auth entificated. Following a successive extraction and a primary organic analysis, it has been known t o contain phenolic compounds as its principal phyto-constituents in their hydroalcoholi c fraction. . The crude drug (Patha) was formulated in to an asava using conventional anaero bic fermentation process for about 90 days. Apart from some traditional… CONTINUE READING
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