Strategies to Enhance the Stability of Herbal Active
Janhavi Mishra*, Anas Shaik, Jaya Agnihotri and Mahima Salian
H K College of Pharmacy HK CAMPUS, Adj. Municipal School, Next to MHADA Complex Relief Road, Oshiwara, Jogeshwari (West), Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
*Corresponding Author: Janhavi Mishra, H K College of Pharmacy HK CAMPUS, Adj. Municipal School, Next to MHADA Complex Relief Road, Oshiwara, Jogeshwari (West), Mumbai, Maharashtra, India.
October 17, 2022; Published: November 28, 2022
The market for natural products has experienced rapid expansion in recent years. It leads to the creation of numerous proprietary herbal products, the majority of which are composed of multiple ingredients. The development of herbal drug therapies has led to the discovery that many of the drug's components may interact with one another, which has led to severe concerns regarding the stability of such formulations, a crucial topic in the study of phytochemistry and natural medicines. National pharmacovigilance centers (or analogous institutions) will need to have specialized technical knowledge in order to manage herbal medications, in particular, to analyze the reasons of adverse occurrences. This will include qualified professionals in pertinent technical fields and resources to analyze the products in question, for which there is frequently little data and limited access to trustworthy information sources. Additionally, an effort has been made to gather a profile of herbal substances that improve drug bioavailability together with their mechanism of action (where known) and research on this enhancement.
Keywords: Natural Product; Herbal Drug; Phytochemistry; and National Pharmacovigilance Centers
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