THE DEVELOPMENT OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE ADDITION FORMULATIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF INTESTINAL FLORA DISORDERS

Authors

  • Yavich P.
  • Churadze L.
  • Kakhetelidze M.

Keywords:

FLORA DISORDERS

Abstract

The composition of the collection for the potential treatment of dysbiosis in the form of a biologically active addition consisting of 6 plants (Rhizoma Potentillae, Herba Hyperici, Fructus Foeniculi, Flores Chamomillae, Herba Plan-taginis Majoris, Rhizomata ef radices Inulae) has been developed. The chemical composition of each plant and the whole addition were studied. Some rheological data (flowability 2,04 - 2,41 g/sm2sec, bulk weight 0,38 - 0,42 g/sm3, bulk density 0,50 - 0.53 g/sm3, angle of repose 30-400) of the collection were studied. Given the safety (lack of allergenicity and other side effects) in today’s pharmaceutical practice, it is considered more appropriate to use not synthetic drugs but plant materials. The obtained results allow concluding about the possibility of the use of collections in the

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Published

2021-07-21

How to Cite

Yavich P., Churadze L., & Kakhetelidze M. (2021). THE DEVELOPMENT OF BIOLOGICALLY ACTIVE ADDITION FORMULATIONS FOR THE TREATMENT OF INTESTINAL FLORA DISORDERS. COLLECTION OF SCIENTIFIC WORKS OF TBILISI STATE MEDICAL UNIVERSITY, 53. Retrieved from https://journals.4science.ge/index.php/CSW/article/view/434