Quality Control Laboratory
Quality Control Laboratories are running successfully since last three years and have set the example by standardizing renowned established products on request of some pharmaceuticals of Karnataka, Kerala and other states based on guidelines of WHO (World Health Organization ). We have also assisted the students of post-graduation and doctoral research (Ph.D.) from Ayurveda, Biochemistry, Botany, Pharmaceutical Sciences etc. from different universities all over India in their researches. Following infrastructures available with our Institution along with concerned working areas are:
Quality Control Laboratories:
Plant Science: Taxonomical identification of plants with detailed characteristics, crude drug identification, detailed labeled photomicrographs for anatomical studies and evaluation of purity an potency of single herbal drug and compound herbal preparations based on pharmacognostical studies, preliminary phytochemical tests, physic-chemical studies, isolation of glycosides, alkaloid and other compounds, Thin Layer Chromatography, spectrophotometric analysis, etc.
Herbo-mineral or Mineral drug/s: Description, Physico-chemical studies, preliminary chemical tests, quanitative estimation of elements by volumetric, gravimetric and instrumental methods (wherever applicable and based on resources) and tests mentioned as per pharmacopoeial standards.
Animal House: Animal house equipped with plethysmograph, cook’s pole apparatus, hot plate, analgesiometer, various mazes viz., T-maze, Y-maze etc.; own institutional ethical committee giving ethical permission to conduct various tests e.g., anti-inflammatory test, anti-convulsant test, antipyretic test, anti-diabetic etc.
Pathology Laboratory: Well constituted pathology laboratory with X-ray machines, auto-analyzer etc. for detailed lipid profile studies, blood tests, urine tests, stool tests etc.
Pharmacy: A well developed pharmacy with pulverizer, grinder, tablet coating machine, table cutting machine, drier, muffle furnace etc.
Garden: Spread over 8 acres land and having more than 500 species of over 1200 plants.
Herbal Museum: More than 340 dried drugs and over 60 wet drug collections for exhibition.
Newsletter: We publish a scientific monthly newsletter named with ARMARC with ongoing research works in Ayurveda and allied sciences from our institution and others in form of scientific manuscripts.