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Friday, January 14, 2022

The Extra Pharmacopoeia, Chandar Mukerjee, Medicine, دی ایکسٹرا فارماکوپیا, چندر مکھر جی, طب,

 The Extra Pharmacopoeia, Chandar Mukherji, Medicine, دی ایکسٹرا فارماکوپیا, چندر مکھر جی, طب, 

اکسٹرا فارما کوپیا مولفہ بابو نگندر چندر مکرجی میڈیکل افسر دہارپور

 ڈسپنسری آف دی آنرایبل راجہ رامپال سنگھ صاحب بہادر ضلع پرتابگڈہ اودھ۔

 اول مرتبہ 1897ء، جلد 500، میڈیکل پریس آگرہ 

میں بااہتمام کار پردازان مطبع چھپایا گیا۔


Government of India constituted Ayurveda Pharmacopoeia committee in 1962, to work on the preparation of monographs which gives a clear picture on standards like identity, quality, purity safety, and efficacy profile of different parts pharmacopeial as well as extra pharmacopeial drugs.

We are supposed to follow the same methodology of existing drugs in the Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeia, which describes drugs in terms of their pharmacological principles (Rasa Panchaka) like the taste (Rasa), qualities (Guna) Potency (Veerya), Vipaka (metabolic transformation) and Action (Karma) etc., the Same methodology must be used to evaluate extrapharmcopieal drugs. There are numerous single drugs which are often used in traditional system of medicine like Siddha, Unani, folklore and contemporary science like pharmacognosy etc. other than Ayurveda. These drugs have been considered as inclusion criteria for adding into the Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia to expand it.

Steps involved in the study of Anukta dravya:

1.     Collection of information about Extra Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeial drugs of India being used in another traditional system of medicine, folklore, tribal communities’ health practices or population across the globe as well as contemporary Science.


2.     Field survey, identification, vernacular names and taxonomical classification (Bentham and Hooker’s system of classification). And the botanical description of these drugs with the help of local flora and fauna.


3.     Extra Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeial drugs of India have to be given appropriate nomenclature as per the criterion mentioned in various Ayurvedic lexicon (Nighantus) like Raja Nighantu.


4.     Rasa, Guna, Veerya, Vipaka (Basic pharmacological principles ) are to be ascertained as per Ayurvedic principles.


5.     Experimental studies, toxicological studies and various assays must be carried out to rule out the efficacy and safety of the drug and to fix identity, purity and dose


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