Pharmaceutico-Analytical study of Bhringaraja oil and its Conversion into Lotion

National Journal Of Research in Ayurved Science

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Bhringaraja oil, Bhringaraja lotion, Darunak, Herbal lotion

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Mishra, S. (2019). Pharmaceutico-Analytical study of Bhringaraja oil and its Conversion into Lotion. National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 7(02). Retrieved from http://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/330

Abstract

Rasashastra and bhaishajya kalpana is one of the branch of Ayurveda in which all methods of ayurvedic medicine purification, formation, dose, indication are available. The concept of beauty and cosmetics is an ancient as mankind and civilization. Indian herbs and its significance are popular worldwide. In present scenario, it seems improbable that herbal lotion, although better in performance and safer than the synthetic ones, will be popular with the consumers. So, oil can get converted into lotion, that will increase the easiness to use the medicine with increase in shelf life. Ayurvedic literature name sharangdhar Samhita had explained bhringaraja oil used in dandruff (darunak) , itching of scalp, alopecia rogadhikara. The present study is about the preparation of Bhringaraja lotion and its comparative Physico- chemical study with Bhringaraja oil. In this study conversion of oil into lotion is done as it is easily acquired by society

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