Preparing Herbal Formulations through Indigenous and Modern Methods: An Experimental Study

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Md. Rageeb Md. Usman
Sandip R. Pawar
Prerna N. Jadhav
Suvarnalata S. Mahajan


Several disorders can be treated with traditional medicines since they rely on natural remedies. Extensive pharmacological studies of the antibacterial, antiviral, and anti-inflammatory activities of many of these traditional therapies have been done because of their historical applications and beneficial treatments. Many researchers and pharmaceutical companies look to natural substances as a primary or secondary source for creating new medicines. People in many different cultures have long relied on a wide variety of plants as a source of traditional medicine. Many studies have looked at the potential antibacterial and antiviral effects of these plants.Since there is such a wide variety of natural sources, including plants, choosing the right one as a starting point is essential for good screening findings. This study is an attempt to assess the efficacy of preparing herbal formulations through the currently available methods.

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Md. Usman, M. R. ., Pawar, S. R. ., Jadhav, P. N. ., & Mahajan, S. S. . (2023). Preparing Herbal Formulations through Indigenous and Modern Methods: An Experimental Study. Journal of Coastal Life Medicine, 11(1), 902–906. Retrieved from


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