A Systematic Review on Design Development and Evaluation of Herbal eardrops
Bhakti Wali, Pranjali Bhise, Harshad Desai, Abhishek Desai, Nilesh Chougule
Anti-microbial , Anti-inflammatory , Herbal Eardrops, Plant extracts.
An ear infection affects the middle ear; they are more common in children. Unlike the synthetic drugs, the herbal products have a complex composition, being complex mixtures of bioactive compounds. The main aims of this review were to develop a novel ear drop solution based on different phytocompounds and to characterize it by specific methods. Ayurveda prescribes instillation of medicated oil and juice of certain medicinal plants in the affected ear. An increase in multi drug resistant pathogens is one of the most serious threats to successful treatment of microbial diseases which has triggered immense interest in the search of new drugs or preparations from the natural sources including plants. There is a great structural diversity exist among antimicrobial phytocompounds. This paper describes the obtaining and the preliminary characterization of mixed solutions based on herbal extracts.
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Unique Paper ID: 157661

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 7

Page(s): 653 - 659
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