Sitopaladi churna

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Sitopaladi churna is an ayurvedic medicine containing sugar, Tabasheer, Piper longum, Elettaria cardamomum and Cinnamomum zeylanicum,[1] claimed to have an antihistaminic effect.[2] It is used for upper respiratory congestion and bronchial conditions.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Pandey, Ravindra; Swarnlata Saraf (2009). "Development of UV spectrophotometric fingerprint method for evaluation of Sitopaladi churna". Biosciences, Biotechnology Research Asia 6 (1): 309–312. ISSN 0973-1245. 
  2. ^ Bharti, Ahirwar; Ahirwar Dheeraj, Ram Alpana (2008). "Antihistaminic Effect of Sitopaladi Churna Extract". Research Journal of Pharmacy and Technology 1 (2): 89–92. ISSN 0974-3618. 
  3. ^ Meena, A. K.; A. K. Mangal, M. M. Rao, P. Panda, G. V. Simha, S. K. Shakya, M. M. Padhi, Babu Ramesh (2011). "Evaluation of Standardization Parameters for Sitopaladi Churna an Ayurvedic Formulation". Asian Journal of Research in Chemistry 4 (12): 1867–1871. ISSN 0974-4169.