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Standardisation of Homoeopathic Drugs (Vol-4)

Standardisation of Homoeopathic Drugs (Vol-4)
$40.00
Item Code: NAW596
Publisher: Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy, New Delhi
Language: English
Edition: 2010
ISBN: 9788100000087
Pages: 204 (Throughout Color Illustrations)
Cover: PAPERBACK
Other Details: 9.50 X 7.00 inch
weight of the book: 0.5 kg
Preface

The survival, existence and the potential of a system of medicine solely depends upon the purity, quality, genuineness and the authenticity of the drugs used by the system. Hence, drug standardization plays a prime role to ensure safety, efficacy, quality and pharmaceutical uniformity. The standards of homoeopathic drugs are drawn on the basis of studies on pharmacognostical, physico-chemical and pharmacological parameters for each drug.

The present volume "Standardization of Homoeopathic Drugs" is the fourth in the series and contains data of twelve homoeopathic drugs studied at Homoeopathic Drug Research Institute, Lucknow, Drug Standardization Units at Ghaziabad and Hyderabad.

The Council would like to acknowledge the guidance and expertise provided by the learned members of the Task Force on Drug Standardization. Thanks are also due to the scientists of the Council who have been involved in various standardization studies on the drugs included in this volume. Acknowledgments are also due to the co-ordination team related to drug standardization at Council's headquarters, New Delhi. The Survey of Medicinal Plants and Collection Unit, Nilgiris (Tamil Nadu) deserves appreciation for supplying authentic raw drugs to the Drug Standardization centers of the Council for such studies.

I hope, this publication would be of interest to the homoeopathic pharmacies, drug manufacturers, scientists, researchers, professionals and students.










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