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J Res Educ Indian Med . 1986; 5(3-4): 27-28


CHEMICAL STANDARDISATION OF HABB-E-MUDIR

MOHAMMED KAMIL, MOHAMMED ABUL QASIM, MANSOOR JAHAN.

Abstract
It has been employed as a specific drug for uterine disorders especially amenorrhea and disturbed means. One tablet of Habb-e-Mudir used three days before the meanstruation, checked all irregularities of uterus. An attempt has been made to standardize this drug for different physico-chemical parameters.

Key words: CHEMICAL STANDARDISATION, HABB-E-MUDIR, UNANI, PHYSICO-CHEMICAL



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