A Process of Electrohomeopathic remedy “SLASS” Preparation, Compared with Krauss Method By phytochemical Analysis, TLC and FTIR Studies
European Journal of Medicinal Plants,
Electrohomeopathy medicines have been practicing since the 1850s in European countries and from the 1870s in India. There are various methods of preparation of Electrohomeopathic medicines that have been developed and practice by the different manufacturers. For the safety, efficacy, and stability of the medicines, there is a need for scientific research to standardize the procedure of medical preparations. SLASS is one of the commonly using remedy by the electro homeopathy practitioners for various disorders concern to the digestive system, excretory system and nervous system etc... In the present studies we attempted a comparative study of a Process of Electrohomeopathic remedy “SLASS” Preparation, Compared with the Krauss method by phytochemical analysis, TLC, and FTIR Studies. Our process and Krauss method showed significant differences in phytochemical profile TLC and FTIR spectral peaks. The yield of the extracts of Aloe capensis and Gentiana lutea are more in our method compared to Krauss method. Glycoside is present in Krauss method. These research outcomes with reproducibility will become standard markers or signatures to assess the quality, safety, and efficacy of the electro homeopathy medicine as well as reduce the risk of adulterations helps to develop specifications of the Electrohomeopathy remedies. Future work is essential to explore its therapeutic applications
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