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Pharmacognosy of Indian root and rhizome drugs

Subhash Chandra Datta

Pharmacognosy of Indian root and rhizome drugs

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Published by [Government of India] Manager of Publications in Calcutta .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pharmacognosy.,
  • Materia medica, Vegetable -- India.,
  • Botany, Medical -- India.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementS.C. Datta & B. Mukerji.
    SeriesBulletin / Pharmacognosy Laboratory -- no. 1., Bulletin (India. Ministry of Health. Pharmacognosy Laboratory) -- no. 1.
    ContributionsMukerji, B. 1903-
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 150 p., 58 leaves of plates (some fold.) :
    Number of Pages150
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16823126M


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Designed to cover the core subject of pharmacognosy offered to undergraduate students of pharmacy, this book presents the theoretical concepts in a lucid style. Its in-depth coverage of topics quintessential to the Indian plant drug sector makes the book unique, as does its exposition on herbal cosmetics and quality control of herbal drugs.

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CHAPTER 2 PHARMACOGNOSY: MORPHOLOGICAL, ANATOMICAL AND PROXIMATE ANALYSIS OF LEAF, ROOT AND RHIZOME OF COSTUS IGNEUS () INTRODUCTION The Costaceae was first raised to the rank of family by Nakai (). The family is one of the most distinctive and isolated members of the order Zingiberaceae (Dahlgren et al., ).

Before the elevation to family status, File Size: 1MB. The roots ofDecalepis hamiltonii Wt. and Arn. are used in South India as a substitute for the well-known Ayurvedic drug ‘Sariva’ (Hemidesmus in The pharmacognostical details of the roots ofD.

hamiltonii with illustrations and its comparison with the roots ofH. indicus which may be useful for distinguishing the two crude drugs are presented in this by: Textbook of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry This comprehensive textbook is primarily aimed at the course requirements of the B.

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Roots and other under ground parts are collected by hand as well as by mechanical devices, e.g. plough, potato digger or shrubbery lifter. Organoleptic Studies of Drugs: Organoleptic studies refer to evaluation of a drug by means of different organs of the human body or by sense, such as appearance of the drug material, its odour and taste.

Chapter: Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry: Drugs Containing Alkaloids Pharmacognosy of Indian root and rhizome drugs book consists of dried roots and rhizomes of the peren-nial herbs, Veratrum viride Aiton and Veratrum album Linn., belonging to family Liliaceae.

Abstract. Pharmacognosy provides a Pharmacognosy of Indian root and rhizome drugs book understanding of natural products from various sources. Pharmacognosy of Indian root and rhizome drugs book Specifically, this area encompasses the study of secondary metabolites, including alkaloids, glycosides, phenolic compounds, tannins, phytosterols, and terpenoids that are derived from nature, and is inclusive of plants as well as marine and terrestrial microbes and animals.

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Rajeswari1, M. Umadevi1*, It is propagated by root suckers or rhizome cuttings. For this purpose, medium sized root suckers are identified and carefully dug out without damaging the parent plant at the base and Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry.

Contents: l instructions. Leaf Drugs. Flower Drugs. Bark Drugs Drugs. Rhizome and Root Drugs. Seed Drugs 8. Fruit Drugs. Pharmacognosy of Indian Aconites. A.B.D. Selvam. Multiple choice questions annexure. 4: Question bank The book Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry-A Comprehensive Approach gives the.

This book is specially designed to impart knowledge alternative systems of medicine as well as modern pharmacognosy. It would also serve as a valuable resource of information to other allied botanical and alternative healthcare science students as well as researchers and industrialists working in the field of herbal technology.

Rhizome: The rhizome is tuberous with camphoraceous sweet odor, about 2–6 cm in diameter, the shape and size is often variable. It is sessile, laterally flattened, and covered with adventitious roots, root scars, and warts; moreover, it shows longitudinal circular wrinkles on the surface giving the look of nodal and internodal zones to the rhizome.

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Roots and rhizomes are the main parts used as drug and are collected in October to November. Root of Indian Rhubarb is darker, inferior in aroma, coarser and untrimmed, is not decorticated. Fresh rhizome is 6 to 12 inches long, and the freshly fractured surface is File Size: KB.

Introduction: The leaves and roots of Rauwolfia serpentina Benth. (Ophioxylon serpentinum Linn.), family Apocynaceæ, are mentioned in Sanskrit works describing Ayurvedic medicines under the name “sarpagandha” and are commonly known in India by the Hindustani name of “choota chand.”This plant is indigenous to India, Burma, Malaya, Siam and Java, and the drug derived from it (hitherto Cited by: 8.

The Chinese book on roots and grasses “Pen T’Sao,” written by Emperor Shen Nung circa BC, treats drugs (dried parts of medicinal plants), many of which are used even nowadays such as the following: Rhei rhisoma, camphor, Theae folium, Podophyllum, the great yellow gentian, ginseng, jimson weed, cinnamon bark, and ephedra.[3,4].

Cangzhu xianglian xan (CXS), composed of the herbal drugs Coptis rhizome, Aucklandia root, and Atractylodes rhizome (30 + 20 + 60, w/w/w), is used as an example. Chapter: Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry: Drugs Containing Glycosides Dioscorea is the dried rhizome of several species of Dioscorea like D.

villosa, D. prazeri Prain and Burk; D. composite; D. spiculiflora; D. deltoidea and D. floribunda, belonging to family Dioscoreaceae. The present book on Pharmacognosy has been written according to the syllabus of Pharmacognosy of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences, Bangalore.

Theauthor hopesthat the students, teachers and other readers will find the book interesting and to the point covering the course. I hope that the students will receive the book warmly.

Chinese Rhubarb, Rhubarab Rhizome. Origin: The dried peeled rhizomes and big roots of. Rheum palmatum Linn., R. Officinale Baillon or other Rheum species except R. raponticum, F. Polygonaceae, deprived of most of its bark › Generally, the drug shows to be firm, heavy, and compact.

Description: Contents: l instructions 2. Leaf Drugs 3. Flower Drugs 4. Bark Drugs Drugs 6. Rhizome and Root Drugs 7. Seed Drugs 8. Fruit Drugs 9. Herds Unorganized Drugs Thus the ‘Indian Drugs Best Research Paper Awards’ were instituted in in the five disciplines of: Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Phytochemistry & Pharmacognosy (now Natural Products), Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical Analysis and Pharmacology.

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Fluorescence of powdered vegetable drugs with particular reference to development of a system of identification. Journal of American Pharmaceutical Association, Cherian, KM., Gandhi, V.M. and Mulky, M.L Toxicological evaluation of 'Mowrah' (Madhuca latifolia Macbride), seed meal.

Indian Journal of Experimental Biology, Pharmacognostic Account of Crude Drugs pp PB Rs. Pharmacognosy of Powdered Crude Drugs, 10 th Ed. M.A. Iyengar Contents: 1. Radix / Root Drugs, 2. Rhizoma / Rhizome Drugs, 3. Rhizoma & Radix / Rhizome & Root Drugs, 4.

Cortex / Bark Drugs, 5. Lignum / Wood Drugs, 6. Folia / Leaf Drugs, 7. Flores / Flower Drugs, 8. Fructus / Fruit File Size: KB. Solanum nigrum (Solanaceae) commonly known as Makoi or black nightshade, usually grows as a weed in moist habitats in different kinds of soils, including dry, stony, shallow, or deep soils, and can be cultivated in tropical and subtropical agro climatic regions by sowing the seeds during April–May in well-fertilized nursery beds; it can be used for reclaiming the degraded land as well [83].

Pharmacognosy is the branch of Pharmacy that studies plants or other natural sources as a possible source of American Society of Pharmacognosy defines pharmacognosy as "the study of the physical, chemical, biochemical and biological properties of drugs, drug substances or potential drugs or drug substances of natural origin as well as the search for new drugs from natural sources".

The rhizome is sub-cylindrical, barrel-shaped, conical or plano-convex in shape, 3 to 12 cm long and 3 to 8 cm 1n diameter. The drug often occurs in pieces, described as ‘flats’ or ’rounds’. The surface shows a network of reddish brown lines embedded in a whitish matrix and numerous ‘star-spots’.

PHARMACOGNOSY LAB INTRODUCTION Plant materials are used throughout developed and developing countries as home remedies, over the counter drug products and raw materials for the pharmaceutical industry. It is therefore essential to ensure the quality of medicinal plant products by using several techniques and applying suitable.

Collection of drugs Medicinal plant materials should be collected during the appropriate season or time period to ensure the best possible quality of both source materials and finished products. Pharmacology is the study of the how, the what and the why of drugs.

The focus is on the effects and uses of the drugs with pharmacology whereas pharmacognosy is the study of drugs in their naturally occurring, crude, unrefined form. This is possi.