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International Journal of Reverse Pharmacology and Health Research

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Research article , : 2021 | Volume: 4 | Issue: 2 | Pages : 131-134

Biochemical Analysis of Siddha Herbo Mineral Drug Swasakudori Chooranam

Corresponding author: Thamarai Selvi R*, Mugilan A, Abdul Kader Jaylani MP,

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Siddha is one of the ancient medical system in india considered as the mother medicine of ancient tamils in South India for treating various disease even chronic condition. The chooranam is the one of the 32 Internal Medicine used in Siddha system of Meidcine. The Swasakudori chooranam is one of the Herbomineral formulation cited  in Agathiyar Vaithiya Kaviyam 1500.  In this Medicine all the drugs are purified and prepared as per the siddha literure and used to treat the 96 type of respiratory disease, cough, Asthma, etc.  Eventhough research in respiratory medicine and related technology is an advanced stage, respiratory disease are still one of the perpartors of the global health.  There are severe respiratory disease such as Asthma, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, sarcoidosis and pulmonary fibrosis.                 The objective of the studty increase the awareness about siddha system of medicine to  the scientific community.  So we evaluate the  Biochemical analysis of the trial drug Swasakudori Chooranam  and it indicates the presence of  sulphate, starch, ferrous Iron, unsaturated compound, amino acid which reveals the enhancement of the therapeutic action


: siddha medicine, herbo mineral formulation, swasakudori chooranam, respiratory disease