Analysis and Characterization of the Traditional Siddha formulation Suvasa Kudori Chenduram through Fourier Transform Infra-Red Spectroscopy

  • Selvi T PG Scholar, Department of Gunapadam, Government Siddha Medical College and Hospital, Palayamkottai.
  • Antony Duraichi R PG Scholar, Department of Gunapadam, Government Siddha Medical College and Hospital, Palayamkottai.
Keywords: FTIR, Suvasa kudori chenduram, functional group, bronchial asthma.

Abstract

Suvasa kudori chenduram is one of the traditional Siddha medicine used specially for Bronchial asthma. Siddha medicines has high therapeutic value but standardization is very essential nowadays to get wider knowledge of the drug for safer use. Characterization paves a major role for the standardization of the drug. FTIR characterization will help to determine the functional group present in the drug.                            Suvasa kudori chenduram was prepared according to literature and subjected into characterization through FTIR instrument and it revealed the presence of functional groups O-H,S=C, P-H, NCO,CN,N=C=S, C=O,C=C respectively. It indicates the presence of functional groups primary amines, amine salt, alcohol, thiol, isothiocyanate, anhydride, conjucated anhydrite, oxime, nitro compound, aldehyde, sulfonyl chloride, alkene, halo compound, aliphatic amides. These functional groups has immune modulatory, broncho dilator, analgesic, anti-bacterial activities, which helps in the treatment in Bronchial asthma.

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Published
2023-07-10
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T S, R AD. Analysis and Characterization of the Traditional Siddha formulation Suvasa Kudori Chenduram through Fourier Transform Infra-Red Spectroscopy. J Res Bio Med Sci [Internet]. 2023Jul.10 [cited 2024Apr.19];5(2):366-70. Available from: https://biosci.in/index.php/jrbms/article/view/129
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