A Review on Nanotechnology – Based drug delivery system
Shraddha Shivaji Hajare., Akshada falle, Bhavana shelke, Geetanjali shinde
Nanotechnology, Novel drug delivery system, Herbal medicine
Herbal medicines have been used since ancient times for their therapeutic value and fewer adverse effects. Nanotechnology can be used to design novel drug delivery systems (NDDS) for herbal constituents, reducing repeated administration and increasing therapeutic value. Integrating nanocarriers as NDDS in traditional medicine systems is essential for combating chronic diseases like asthma, diabetes, and cancer. Herbal medicines are popular for treating diseases with minimal side effects. However, delivery is problematic due to low digestion, poor availability, and early metabolism. Nano-sized drug delivery systems (NDDS) can enhance efficacy by targeting individual organs, improving selectivity, effectiveness, and safety. Combining herbal medicine with nanotechnology can reduce dose, side effects, and increase therapeutic value by reducing toxicity and bioavailability.
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Unique Paper ID: 162196

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 10, Issue 8

Page(s): 252 - 258
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