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JCR. 2020; 7(18): 3097-3110


FORMULATION AND EVALUATION OF HERBAL GEL OF GUAVA LEAVES AND LIQUORICE ROOTS EXTRACT FOR USING MOUTH ULCER

Km. Bandana, Sachin Kumar, Manoj Kumar Sagar, Himani Tyagi.

Abstract
Carbopol 934 (5gm) was measured and dispersed in 50 ml of distilled water and mixed by continuous stirring in a magnetic stirrer at 800rpm for 1hr. Glycerine (1ml) and honey (2ml) was added to the mixture with continuous stirring until a transparent gel was formed and set aside for 24 hours. The next day extract of guava leaves and mulethi root extract was incorporated into the gel base and mixed continuously for uniformity. Three gel formulations were prepared by using different concentrations of guava leaves and mulethi root extract.

Key words: psidium gvavajava Liquorice ,carbapol 934, Mouth ulcer



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