Formulation and Evaluation of Antidiabetic Polyherbal Tablets
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Aim: The goal of this study is to create and test antidiabetic polyherbal tablets made from several extracts of the
chosen plant. Plants are usually a good source of medication. In reality, many currently accessible medications
were produced from plants, either directly or indirectly. The anti-diabetic activity of a solid pharmaceutical dosage
formulation containing a unique dry plant extract and several excipients such as starch, microcrystalline cellulose, and
talc was reported to be statistically significant. Materials and Methods: The evaluation of prepared tablets is also
discussed in this letter (weight variation, friability, hardness, and disintegration time). Results and Discussion: All of
the values were within acceptable limits, according to the results of the preformulation experiments. The formulation
has a fair amount of hardness (3.250.57), which aids in its rapid disintegration. The formulationâ€™s friability (0.290.03)
revealed that the tablets were mechanically stable. Because the average weight of the tablets was 340 mg, a weight
variation of 7% is permissible. Conclusion: As a result, the weight variation test was passed on the full formed tablet.
The mixtures took more than a minute to disintegrate finally, it may be concluded that the formed tablet requires
additional research to properly understand the underlying mechanism of action, as well as long-term toxicity tests.
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