Current Issue : October-December
Volume : 2022
Issue Number : 4
Articles : 1 Articles
An attempt has been made to formulate and evaluate polyherbal antibacterial vaginal spray with respect to its organoleptic characteristics. Antibacterial vaginal spray was prepared using herbal extracts of Liquorice, Ashwagandha (Root powder), Ocimum sanctum (Tulsi), Neem leaves, Syzygium cumini root powder (Jamun tree), Tankan bhasma (calcined borax), Turmeric, Menthol, Lodhoo (Symplocos bark powder), Triphala and Alovera gel in six different formulations (F1- F6) and were evaluated for organoleptic properties like colour, odour, homogeneity, density, viscosity, pH, quantity delivery in single spray and found within standards. Antimicrobial study of polyherbal formulations was performed by cup plate method for zone of inhibition and two folds dilution method for MIC (Minimum Inhibitory Concentration) and showed excellent antibacterial activity against E. coli by F6 formulation as compare to F1-F5. Optimized F6 formulation was subjected for stability studies at different temperature like 25°C, 37°C and 45°C for 2 weeks, showed no change in color as well as phase separation....
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