Author(s): Rina G. Maskare, Muskan V. Wadhwani, Gouri G. Asati, Vedanshu A. Mane, Shubhangi T. Dahake, Swapnil K. Banothe

Email(s): rinamaskare@yahoo.co.in

DOI: 10.52711/2321-5844.2024.00005   

Address: Rina G. Maskare*, Muskan V. Wadhwani, Gouri G. Asati, Vedanshu A. Mane, Shubhangi T. Dahake, Swapnil K. Banothe
Manoharbhai Patel Institute of B Pharmacy, Gondia 441614.
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 15,      Issue - 1,     Year - 2024


ABSTRACT:
One of the prevalent illnesses is joint pain, which can be caused by several factors including aging, nutrient and vitamin deficiency, general health issues, physical weakness, and disease. The transdermal patches are different-sized pharmacological preparations that deliver one or more active ingredients into the bloodstream. Therefore, the investigation was carried out by fabricating of transdermal joint relief patch which is a medicated adhesive patch to find a painless, effective way to transmit blood stream. To administer a specific dose of drug through the skin and into the bloodstream, it is applied to the skin. One of the revolutionary drug delivery systems that replaces the traditional dosage form is the transdermal drug delivery system for the preparation of patches natural ingredients were taken like the material was used main API (thymol camphor, menthol camphor, natural camphor, mustard oil, clove oil). The polymer was used (Ethyl cellulose, Polyethylene Glycol, HydroxyPropylMethyl Cellulose, Tween -80). Propylene glycol was utilized as a plasticizer along with a variety of polymers in the formulation of the patches. Pig skin was employed as the permeating membrane in Franz diffusion cells for the in vitro permeation investigations, to evaluate the patches' physicochemical properties. The outcome revealed that maximum release yields demonstrated excellent results. Therefore, it may be inferred that such medicated adhesive type patches made of herbal ingredients could be effective for both topical and transdermal medication administration. Patch was prepared with ethyl cellulose, PEG & tween 80. Prepared patch was evaluated for physicochemical evaluation, thickness of patch, moisture content, moisture uptake, folding endurance, weight uniformity, drug content determination, invitro permeation studies, pH of patch. From the evaluation it was concluded that pain will be reduce by using natural ingredients in the transdermal patch.


Cite this article:
Rina G. Maskare, Muskan V. Wadhwani, Gouri G. Asati, Vedanshu A. Mane, Shubhangi T. Dahake, Swapnil K. Banothe. Fabrication of an Herbal Patch for Fast Guard Joint Pain Relief. Research Journal of Topical and Cosmetic Sciences. 2024; 15(1):27-2. doi: 10.52711/2321-5844.2024.00005

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Rina G. Maskare, Muskan V. Wadhwani, Gouri G. Asati, Vedanshu A. Mane, Shubhangi T. Dahake, Swapnil K. Banothe. Fabrication of an Herbal Patch for Fast Guard Joint Pain Relief. Research Journal of Topical and Cosmetic Sciences. 2024; 15(1):27-2. doi: 10.52711/2321-5844.2024.00005   Available on: https://rjtcsonline.com/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2024-15-1-5


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