FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF HERBAL FLOATING TABLET
Author(s):
S B Bavage, Dr. Birendra Shrivastava, Dr. Ganesh N. Sharma, Dr. Aamer Quazi
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The present study aimed at the formulation and evaluation of polyherbal floating tablets for reducing gastric ulcer. Plants have always been an experimental source of drugs and many of the currently available drugs have been derived directly or indirectly from them. Following all data and knowledge floating tablets for gastric ulcers was prepared using annona squamosa and annona reticulatawith sodium bicarbonate as floating agent. Development of floating herbal tablets for reducing gastric ulcers with no side effects and improve patient compliance. Floating tablet was prepared by direct compression technique. Extracts of twoplant were dissolved in Isopropyl alcohol and this solution was mixed with other polymer,and Sodium bicarbonate by gentle mixing in mortar pastel in last Magnesium stearate and talk were added and mixed together. These blends was subjected to direct compression process for formulation of tablet. In conclusion, our data confirm that the selected formulation of poly h
Abstract
The present study aimed at the formulation and evaluation of polyherbal floating tablets for reducing gastric ulcer. Plants have always been an experimental source of drugs and many of the currently available drugs have been derived directly or indirectly from them. Following all data and knowledge floating tablets for gastric ulcers was prepared using annona squamosa and annona reticulatawith sodium bicarbonate as floating agent. Development of floating herbal tablets for reducing gastric ulcers with no side effects and improve patient compliance. Floating tablet was prepared by direct compression technique. Extracts of twoplant were dissolved in Isopropyl alcohol and this solution was mixed with other polymer,and Sodium bicarbonate by gentle mixing in mortar pastel in last Magnesium stearate and talk were added and mixed together. These blends was subjected to direct compression process for formulation of tablet. In conclusion, our data confirm that the selected formulation of poly herbal floating tablets has acceptable physicochemical features and may be considered as herbal medication for reducing gastric ulcers. Development of floating tablets can be advantageous, that can provide prolong gastric retention and increase efficacy of the dosage form.
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Unique Paper ID: 150403

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 7, Issue 6

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