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People are shifting to using herbal medical goods in the current global healthcare system. The utilization of herbs and awareness in conventional medicine has increased exponentially. The majorities of the ancient systems of medicine (namely Ayurveda, Unani, Homeopathy, and Yoga) is effective but have certain gaps in standardizations, hence it is crucial to properly integrate current scientific procedures and old knowledge. An Ayurvedic polyherbal composition called Trikatu Churna is effective for treating a variety of illnesses and problems. The authenticity of the herbs included in a preparation determines its effectiveness. The first and most important stage in standardizing herbal formulation is the authentication of plants through anatomical research. Aim: The objective of the study is comparative standardization of commercial and in-house ayurvedic formulation Trikatu Churna by it pharmacognostic examinations, including macroscopic, microscopic, and chemical tests including preliminary phytochemical, physico-chemical constants, and TLC profile. Methods: The quality paper's standard methods were followed. Results: Macro-microscopic, preliminary phyto-chemical, and TLC analyses of the in-house and commercial formulation has been compared and documented. Conclusion: The study's findings are useful in standardizing the polyherbal Ayurvedic formula Trikatu Churna, which will increase its reputation as an Ayurvedic medicine around the world.
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