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Year : 1999  |  Volume : 18  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 210-217

Accelerated stability studies of a polyherbal preparation (EAZMOV R) capsule

R&D centre, Indian herbs, Post Box No 5, Saharanpur (UP), India

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The stability of Eazmov capsule in accelerated condition ie by exposing it to the temperature at 45°C and 40°C with 75% relative humidity was studied. The samples were periodically anallysed upto six months for their organoleptic characteristics, assay of active plant ingredients and the DPTLC finger printing and their peak area analysis, which were found to be stable/ consistent during the period of study. The change in quantifiable components was within 90% of the initial amount, indicating e stability of product for more than three years at room temperature.

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