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GUIDED BY
DR.VAIDEHI RAOLE
HOD & PROF.
DEPARTMENT OF KRIYA
SHARIR
PRESENTED BY
DR. SUJIT KUMAR
PG SCHOLAR
CONTENTS
• INTRODUCTION
• OBJECTIVE
• QUALITIES OF AUSHADHI
• CLASSIFICATION OF AYURVEDIC DRUGS
• DRUGS AND COSMETICS ACT
...
INTRODUCTION
• Ayurveda is a natural gift to humanity for its
Goodness.
• The origin of the eternal health science, every ...
OBJECTIVES
• To determine maximum Expiation date /Shelf Life
• To Provide better Storage condition.
• To determine the Pac...
QUALITIES OF AUSHADHI
• Bahut (high availability of Drugs)
• Yogya (Applicability)
• Anekavidha Kalpana (Utility in variou...
CLASSIFICATION OF AYURVEDIC
DRUGS
• SOLID –
Churna , Vati , Parpati , Varti ,Bhasma.etc
• SEMISOLID –
Avaleha , Lepa , Ghr...
DRUGS AND COSMETICS ACT, 1940
• The Rule 161 (B) of Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 and
rules their under has made it.
• Man...
DEFINITION OF EXPIRY DATE
• The time from the date of manufacturing of the medicine
to the time till which the medicine ha...
FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE
EXPIRY DATE OF MEDICINE
• The dosage form of the Ayurvedic medicine i.e.
(Powder, Vati , Ghrut...
SAVIRYATAAVADHI
• In Ayurvedic Texts, Saviryata Avadhi term is mentioned
in context of the time period during which the Vi...
SHELF LIFE
Saviryta Avadhi of different Ayurvedic dosage forms as per classics
Dosage Form
Saviryta Avadhi
According to Sh...
DRUG STABILITY
Factors Affecting Drug Stability
• Temperature – High temperature accelerate oxidation ,
Reduction & Hydrol...
LONGER STABILITY OF AYURVEDIC
DRUGS
• Quality of raw material.
• Packaging.
• Quality control and Quality assurance.
• Sto...
LABELLING
• Drugs and cosmetics Act 1940 and Rules 1945, Rule 161
• Name of drug.
• Net contents.
• Name and address of ma...
PACKAGING
• ACCORDING TO AYURVEDIC CLASSICS -
• Packing material should not interfere with physical,
chemical or biologica...
CONTI……
• Any Package must possesses Sufficient quality so that
environmental hazard like Temperature, Moisture,
infestati...
STORAGE CONDITIONS
• The Most important Point in the evaluation of the
stability study of a product is its storage conditi...
CONCLUSION
• According to Ayurveda, Acharyas explained the
storage and stability of drug very minutely, from
Desha, land, ...
THANK YOU
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Dr. Sujit Kumar MD Storage Condition and Stability of Ayurvedic Medicines ppt

  1. 1. GUIDED BY DR.VAIDEHI RAOLE HOD & PROF. DEPARTMENT OF KRIYA SHARIR PRESENTED BY DR. SUJIT KUMAR PG SCHOLAR
  2. 2. CONTENTS • INTRODUCTION • OBJECTIVE • QUALITIES OF AUSHADHI • CLASSIFICATION OF AYURVEDIC DRUGS • DRUGS AND COSMETICS ACT • CONCEPT OF VIRYA • DRUG STABILITY • LABELLING • PACKAGING • STORAGE CONDITION • CONCLUSION
  3. 3. INTRODUCTION • Ayurveda is a natural gift to humanity for its Goodness. • The origin of the eternal health science, every thing in the nature can be beneficial but cannot be used in raw form . • These different aspect of dosage forms of a drug were developed under the Rasa Shastra and Bhaishajya kalpana. • Stability and Storage condition is an essential factor of quality in traditional medicines and health supplements .
  4. 4. OBJECTIVES • To determine maximum Expiation date /Shelf Life • To Provide better Storage condition. • To determine the Packaging components. • Prevention , Promotion , & Maintence of Health.
  5. 5. QUALITIES OF AUSHADHI • Bahut (high availability of Drugs) • Yogya (Applicability) • Anekavidha Kalpana (Utility in various forms) • Sampat (Wholesome)
  6. 6. CLASSIFICATION OF AYURVEDIC DRUGS • SOLID – Churna , Vati , Parpati , Varti ,Bhasma.etc • SEMISOLID – Avaleha , Lepa , Ghruta, Paka etc. • LIQUID – Swarasa , Hima , Phanta , Arka , Aasava ,Oils , Syrups etc.
  7. 7. DRUGS AND COSMETICS ACT, 1940 • The Rule 161 (B) of Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940 and rules their under has made it. • Mandatory to print the manufacture and expiry date of all Ayurvedic, Siddha and Unani Medicine . • Drugs from April 1, 2010 onwards, "Under no circumstances, consumers should buy these drugs after their expiry date.”
  8. 8. DEFINITION OF EXPIRY DATE • The time from the date of manufacturing of the medicine to the time till which the medicine has sufficient potency to bring about the desired therapeutic action can be termed as shelf life or expiration date.
  9. 9. FACTORS RESPONSIBLE FOR THE EXPIRY DATE OF MEDICINE • The dosage form of the Ayurvedic medicine i.e. (Powder, Vati , Ghruta , Avleha , Kwath , Taila etc) • Usage of particular herbs that usually Contribute to the anti oxidant / natural Preservative property to the Ayurvedic Medicine.
  10. 10. SAVIRYATAAVADHI • In Ayurvedic Texts, Saviryata Avadhi term is mentioned in context of the time period during which the Virya (potency/Strength) of any drug remain unaffected due to environmental / microbial deterioration.
  11. 11. SHELF LIFE Saviryta Avadhi of different Ayurvedic dosage forms as per classics Dosage Form Saviryta Avadhi According to Sharangdhar According to Yogaratnakar Kwatha (decoction) ---- 03 hours Kalka (paste) ---- 03 hours Swarasa (expressed juice) ---- 03 hours Anjana (collyrium) ---- 03 months Churna (Powder) 02 months 03 months Vati (pills) 12 months ---- Guda/Avaleha (electuary) 12 months 06 months Ghrita & Taila (Oil & Fat based preparation) 16 months 12 months Asava (Alcoholic preparation) Long term stability ----- Dhatu (Metallic preparation) Long term stability ----- Rasa (Mercurial preparation) Long term stability -----
  12. 12. DRUG STABILITY Factors Affecting Drug Stability • Temperature – High temperature accelerate oxidation , Reduction & Hydrolysis reaction which leads to drugs degradation . • PH – Acidic and Alkaline PH influence the rate of decomposition of most drugs . Many drugs are Stable in between 4 -8. • Moisture – Water catalyses chemical reactions as oxidation, Hydrolysis and reduction reaction . Water Promotes microbial growth. • Light – Affects Drugs Stability through its energy or thermal effect which leads to oxidation.
  13. 13. LONGER STABILITY OF AYURVEDIC DRUGS • Quality of raw material. • Packaging. • Quality control and Quality assurance. • Storage conditions.
  14. 14. LABELLING • Drugs and cosmetics Act 1940 and Rules 1945, Rule 161 • Name of drug. • Net contents. • Name and address of manufacturer. • Licence no. • Batch no. • Mfg. date. • Expiry date. • Ayurvedic medicine • If for external use then Write “EXTERNAL USE ONLY’’ • “Not to be sold’’/ “Physician sample’’/ “ Govt, Supply’’
  15. 15. PACKAGING • ACCORDING TO AYURVEDIC CLASSICS - • Packing material should not interfere with physical, chemical or biological property of the drug being packed inside. • Beside this some of indications are found for the air tight Packaging of Churna , Taila etc. • So it has a great role in Obtaining a product of suitable Purity and Potency. • Because unsatisfactory packaging permits or fasten the Degradation in the product.
  16. 16. CONTI…… • Any Package must possesses Sufficient quality so that environmental hazard like Temperature, Moisture, infestation, contamination and Exposure to air can be avoided. • Certain Photosensitive drugs must be protected from light there are numerous types of transparent, opaque and coloured containers available for packaging.
  17. 17. STORAGE CONDITIONS • The Most important Point in the evaluation of the stability study of a product is its storage conditions. • Storage conditions are derived from real climatic situation. • Because most of the chemical reaction follow logarithmic and not linear functions. • Nowadays, the Ayurvedic industries are also utilizing these technology for the packaging and storage of their formulations.
  18. 18. CONCLUSION • According to Ayurveda, Acharyas explained the storage and stability of drug very minutely, from Desha, land, kala etc. • Today some criteria's like specific season, directions and nakshatras etc is to follow to Preserve Ayurvedic Medicine.
  19. 19. THANK YOU

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