Uttar Pradesh

HERBAL REMEDIES USED IN THE TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY

ABOUT AUTHORS:
Sachchidanand Pathak*, L Singh, T Singh, S K Sharma
Sunder Deep Pharmacy College,
Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh, India
sachchidanand.pathak904@gmail.com

ABSTRACT
This article has been made to review of following plants used for the antiepileptic activity. The plant sources of India are likely to provide effective antiepileptic agents. Herbs have a vital role in the prevention and treatment of convulsion. The phytochemical exploration of these herbs has contributed to some extent in this race for the discovery of new antiepileptic drugs (AED). In recent years owing to the fear of side effects people prefer more and more use of natural plant products for convulsions. This review also helps to summarize the diverse methodologies and ways to evaluate the potential natural compounds having antiepileptic activity.

Convulsion is the second most common neurologic disorder after stroke. Approximately 1% of the world’s population has convulsion, it is a condition where the patient suffers from recurrent seizures. Control to seizures numerous conventional drugs came into existence. Most of the epileptic patients need polytherapy of conventional anticonvulsants and still not 100% cured.

The major drawback due to these agents is their chronic side effects and drug interactions which restrict its use. On the other hand nature has provided us plants to be used as natural remedy for diseases with least side effects and insignificant drug interactions. This has motivated the researchers towards herbal remedy for anticonvulsant activity. In this review, herbal drugs have been discussed with more emphasis on the research advancements of traditional or herbal anticonvulsants.

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FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF ZIDOVUDINE MICROPARTICLES USING A NOVEL BIO POLYMER FROM THE SEEDS OF BUCHANANIA LANZAN

About Authors:
Neha Tyagi*1, N.V Satheesh Madhav2
1KNGD Modi Institute Of Pharmaceutical Education And Reserach,
Modinagar-2 Uttar Pradesh, India
2Dehradun Institute Of Technology, Faculty Of Pharmacy,
Mussorie Diversion Road Village Makkawala PO Bhagwant pura -248009 Dehradun, Uttrakhand, India
*neha2487@gmail.com

Abstract:
The aim of research work was to isolate a novel bio material from the seeds of Buchanania Lanzan and to evaluate their potential for sustained drug delivery by formulating various micro particles  using  methylene chloride as solvent and bio material by solvent evaporation method. The bio polymer was isolated from the seeds of Buchanania Lanzan by simplified economical method. Four formulations were prepared using bio polymer in different ratios by solvent evaporation method. Acute toxicity studies were done in rats according to OECD guidelines. The formulated micro particles were subjected to various evaluation parameters like particle size , particle shape, entrappement efficacy and invitro drug release studies .on the basis of invitro drug release studies, the formulation with increased amount of bio polymer (FM4) was found to be better than other formulations and it was selected as optimized formulation. Invitro studies revealed that FM4 followed perfect zero first order kinetics release. among the different formulation FM4 showed release of drug for 8 hrs with  88.46%  release.

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SKIN WHITENING- A BRIEF REVIEW

About Authors:
Aditi Singhal*, Dharmendra Kumar, Mayank Bansal
Department of Pharmaceutical Technology,
Meerut Institute of Engineering and Technology,
Baghpat bypass crossing, NH-58, Delhi-Roorkee Highway, Meerut-250005, U.P., India.
*singhal28aditi@gmail.com

Abstract:
It is the time for herbal cosmetics as it is the time for looking young and smarter. They are also being widely used forimproving several skin related problems. Herbal cosmetics are also called as natural cosmetics. Skin care cosmetics are being used for several functions like anti-oxidants, anti-inflammatory, anti-microbial, anti-septic etc. vitamins are also added in skin care cosmetic formulation. Pigmentation is the reason for various skin related diseases like skin darkens, aging, acne, wrinkles etc. Anti-oxidant property, anti-microbial activity, skin moisture content activity, mushroom tyrosinase inhibitory assay etc are various methods for the evaluation of skin care cosmetics. Natural Cosmaceuticals does not have any side effects to the skin, easy to handle, easy to store, easy to use and offers various beneficial effects to the skin.

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