Трифала Чурна (Triphala Churna) 120г Dabur
The challenges faced by herbal formulations because of their lack of standardization. For evaluation of Churnas containing different herb parameters tested for raw material were organoleptic, physicochemical, physical, phytochemical etc. Parameters for finished product include pH, loss on drying, angle of repose, Carr’s index, Hausner’s ratio etc. HPTLC fingerprinting of Dindayal and Developed Churna were carried out as a part of evaluation. Dindayal and Developed Churna consist of C. angustifolia leaves and fruits of F. vulgare, T. ammi and T. chebula and it is used as a laxative. Results indicated that raw material of Dindayal and Developed Churna had passed through all organoleptic, physicochemical, physical, and phytochemical parameters. All three batches of Dindayal and Developed Churna were almost uniform. HPTLC fingerprinting indicated presence of peaks at Rf in respective solvent system were matched with Raw material, Dindayal and Developed Churna confirming the presence of raw material in Dindayal Churna as well as Developed churna. Laxative activity of Dindayal Churna was not in dose dependent manner While Developed Churna shown laxative activity in dose dependent manner.
When looking in to the Ayurvedic literature it becomes evident that all the gynaecological disorders are included in the yonivyapad. Karnini yonivyapad resemblance with cervical erosion by considering the pathology and main symptoms of cervical erosion i.e. discharge and erosion (like in karnika) and the treatment mentioned in the Ayurvedic texts. It is chiefly the disease of reproductive age group, and is more commonly seen in sexually active female. Cervical erosion is one of the commonest gynaecological conditions seen in the OPDs. About 80% women suffer from the cervical erosion i.e. benign condition of female genital tract during their life time. . Though it is not fatal, yet the long term association with the disease and a number of symptoms both related to the genitourinary system as well as psychological imbalance in the patient needs attention.
Constipation is caused by wrong bowel habits, According to Ayurveda it is mainly caused by aggravation of Vata (air) though it can sometimes be caused by aggravation of pitta and kapha. Improper eating habits including eating a lot of food, eating food which is difficult to digest (such as meat) and not eating enough vegetables and salads also lead to constipation. Irregular sleeping habits or emotional disturbances (stress, grief, fear or worry) are other causes for the constipation. Ayurveda Diet for Constipation: Take ample fruits, fruit juices, salads, leafy and green vegetables. Whole grain bread can be taken. Unpolished rice can be taken moderately. Fried foods and beans should be avoided. Vegetables like cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli are not good. Nuts and dry fruits should also be avoided. It is very much necessary to form a habit of evacuating early morning. Regular physical exercise is also important for having clear bowels. One should try to have relaxed mind, free from anxiety, stress etc.