crude drug


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crude drug

[¦krüd ′drəg]
(pharmacology)
A plant or animal drug containing all principles characteristic of the drug.
The dried leaves, bark, or rhizome of a plant containing therapeutically active principles. Also known as botanical; plant extract.
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Sijunzi Decoction (SJZD), a conventional Traditional Chinese Medicine Formula (TCMF), consists of four crude drugs: Radix Ginseng, Rhizoma Atractylodis Macrocephalae, Poria, and Radix Glycyrrhizae in the ratio of 9 : 9: 9:6.
Among Japanese Kampo formula, the extract of rokumigan that is composed of 6 crude drugs prevented the biofilm formation of Fuso-bacterium nucleatum [9].
1986 "Evaluation of Some Pharmaceutical, Microbiological and Physical Properties of Zizuphus spinachricti" International Journal of Crude Drug Research.
Validation of proposed barcode ITS2 in identification of Chaihu crude drug
Stock solution was prepared by dissolving 10 milligrams of the Methanolic crude drug extract in Methanol.
Morphological, Palynological and Crude Drug Description.
A crude drug repository consisting of more than 500 samples, is the referral centre for authentication of crude drugs and medicinal plants in the region.
Some workers had earlier observed increase in serum cholesterol on administration of crude drug extract; Ahmad et al.
hashish, a crude drug material, trying to export it to one of the Arab Gulf
Su Dickens was mentioning that homoeo medicines have only a placebo effect whereas it is based on the real "atomic" power by continuously triturating the crude drug.
They are ideal for isolating impurities in crude drug samples.