Mirik healthfood new Products

  1. mulaka ks$ara

Mirik healthfoods pvt ltds research and development department has formulated medicine to cure molaka ksara disease description of which is as given here under

therapeutic uses mutrak cchra dysuria asmari calculus gulma abdominal
lump vatavikara disorders due to vata doa.
description Fine powder passing through sieve number 100 hygroscopic odourless
taste salty freely soluble in water

identification

An aqueous solution yields the reactions characteristic of sodium and potassium
appendix 5212

formulation composition

Mulaka api bhasma raphanus sativus pl 1 part
jala api water 6 parts

method of preparation

Take ingredients of pharmacopoeial quality
collect mature mulaka wash and cut into small pieces and dry completely burn to ash
bhasma.

Add 6 parts of water to the bhasma stir well and keep overnight next morning decant
the clear liquid and filter through a three-layered muslin cloth repeat the filtering process
till a colourless filtrate is obtained transfer filtered material in to a stainless steel vessel
and heat to evaporate the water collect ks$ara deposited as flakes from the bottom of the
vessel and grind to a fine powder.

Pack it in tightly closed containers to protect from light and moisture.

physico-chemical parameters
Loss on drying at 1100 not more than 1 per cent appendix 2210
acid- insoluble ash not more than 1 per cent appendix 224
ph 10% aqueous solution 10 to 11 appendix 33

assay

Sodium not less than 4 per cent appendix 529

Potassium not less than 28 per cent appendix 529

Iron not less than 22 per cent appendix 525

Storage store in a cool place in tightly closed containers protected from light and
moisture.

dose 1g daily in divided doses

anupana water

 

2. palasa ksara

Mirik healthfoods pvt ltds research and development department has formulated medicine to cure palasa ksara disease description of which is as given here under

therapeutic uses agnimandya digestive impairment gulma abdominal lump
plihyakr$dvr$ddhi spleno-hepatomegaly mutrakr$cchra dysuria asamari
calculus sarkara gravel in urine grahan$i malabsorption syndrome anaha
distention of abdomen due to obstruction to passage of urine and stool viĀ¾ucika
gastro-enteritis with piercing pain.

description

Fine powder passing through sieve number 100 hygroscopic odourless taste saline
freely soluble in water.

identification

an aqueous solution yields the reactions characteristic of sodium and potassium
appendix 5212

formulation composition

palasa api-bhasma butea monosperma pl 1 part

jala api water 6 parts

method of preparation

Take all ingredients of pharmacopoeial quality.

Cut palasa into small pieces and dry completely burn to ash bhasma

add 6 parts of water to bhasma stir well and keep over night.

Next morning decant the clear liquid and filter through a three-layered muslin cloth
repeat the filtering process till a colourless filtrate is obtained transfer filtered material
to a stainless steel vessel and heat to evaporate the water collect ks$ara deposited as
flakes from the bottom of the vessel and grind to a fine powder.

Pack it in tightly closed containers to protect from light and moisture

physico-chemical parameters

loss on drying at 1100 not more than 6 per cent appendix 2210

acid- insoluble ash not more than 1 per cent appendix 224

ph 10% aqueous solution 10 to 12 appendix 33

assay

sodium not less than 08 per cent appendix 529

potassium not less than 35 per cent appendix 529

iron not less than 12 per cent appendix 525

Storage store in a cool place in tightly closed containers protected from light and
moisture.

dose 1 g daily in divided doses

anupana warm water milk

3. yava ksara

Mirik healthfoods pvt ltds research and development department has formulated medicine to cure yava ksara disease description of which is as given here under

therapeutic uses adhmana flatulance anaha distention of abdomen due to
obstruction to passage of urine and stool sula pain udara diseases of abdomen
gulma abdominal lump plihamaya splenic disease mutrakr?cchra dysuria.

description

Greyish white fine powder passing through sieve number 100 hygroscopic odourless
taste saline freely soluble in water.

identification

an aqueous solution yields the reactions characteristic of sodium and potassium
appendix 5212.

formulation composition

yava api bhasma hordeum vulgare pl 1 part

jala api water 6 parts

method of preparation

Take all ingredients of pharmacopoeial quality.

Cut yava into small pieces and dry completely burn to ash bhasma add 6 parts of
water to bhasma stir well and keep over night next morning decant the clear liquid and filter through a three-layered muslin cloth repeat the filtering process till a colourless filtrate is obtained transfer filtered material to a stainless steel vessel and heat to evaporate the water collect ks$ara deposited as flakes from the bottom of the vessel and grind to a fine powder.

Pack it in tightly closed containers to protect from light and moisture.

physico-chemical parameters

loss on drying at 1100 not more than 4 per cent appendix 2210

acid-insoluble ash not more than 1 per cent appendix 224

ph 10% aqueous solution 9 to 10 appendix 33

assay

sodium not less than 17 per cent appendix 529

potassium not less than 16 per cent appendix 529

iron not less than 15 per cent appendix 525

Storage store in a cool place in tightly closed containers protected from light and
moisture.
dose 1 g daily in divided dose

anupana warm water ghta

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About Mirik Healthfoods Pvt Ltd

Mirik healthfoods provide ayurvedic medicines is to promote good health, rather than fight disease. Mirik Healthfoods products manufacturing for treatment by pure herbal medicines based on ayurveda. Some Link: www.mirik.info/ www.mirik.biz/
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