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Volume I

 

Foreword

 

The Government of India was pleased to constitute the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee vide their letter No. F. 23-2/26-ISM, dated the 22nd September, 1962. The term of the Committee initially was three years. Subsequently it was extended from time to time. The functions of the Committee are given below:

 

(i) to prepare a Pharmacopoeia of Homoeopathic drugs, whose therapeutic usefulness has been proved, on the lines of the American. German and British Pharmacopoeiae;

(ii) to lay down principles and standards for the preparation of homoeopathic drugs;

(iii) to lay down tests for identity, quality and purity; and

(iv) such other matters as are incidental and necessary for the preparation of a Homoeopathic pharmacopoeia.

 

So far the Committee held twelve meetings. After these deliberations. the Committee finalised the First Volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. The First Volume consists of:

 

(i) Preface,

(ii) Introduction,

(iii) Historical,

(iv) General Notices,

(v) Abbreviations,

(vi) Monographs (180); and

(vii) Appendices (I to XIX).

 

The First Volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented herewith to the Government of India.

 

Preface

 

The proposal to set up a Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was initiated the Homoeopathic Advisory Committee in the year 1956 and it was supported most of the members of the Committee. This was discussed at various meet of the Advisory Committee from 1956. In September, 1961, the Homoeopathic Sub-Committee of the Drugs Technical Advisory Board while considering the question of control of Homoeopathic medicines under the Drugs Rules, expressed the opinion that the Homoeopathic Advisory Committee’s re-commendation for the preparation of an Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India should be duly considered by the Government. This view was again reiterated by the Homoeopathic Advisory Committee meeting in December, 1961, at New Delhi. Dr. K. G. Saxena was appointed Honorary Homoeopathic Adviser to the Government in May, 1962 and he took up this task of setting up a Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee from the beginning. The Govt. of India, Ministry of Health having reconsidered the earlier recommendation of Committee agreed to constitute the Committee. Thus the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was set up in September 1962, with the following objects:

 

(1) to prepare a Pharmacopoeia of Homoeopathic drugs whose therapeutic usefulness have been proved, on the lines of the American, German and British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeiae;

(2) to lay down principles and standards for the preparation of Homoeopathic drugs;

(3) to lay down teats of identity, quality, purity; and

(4) such other matters as are incidental and necessary for the preparation of a Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia.

 

Introduction

 

The first meeting of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee. was held in November. 1962, when all preliminary matters relating to preparation of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India were discussed. The Committee decided to circulate a questionnaire on the Pharmacopoeia. to all leading Homoeopathic Pharmacists and eminent Homoeopaths in India as well as abroad. A Sub-Committee was formed to draw up a list of drugs to be included in the Pharmacopoeia. Taking into consideration the various comments received and the decisions taken at different meetings. this list was finalised in March. 1967. As the list of the approved Homoeopathic drugs numbered more than two thousand, it was decided to include them into the Pharmacopoeia in stages. The Committee selected, for inclusion in first volume one hundred and eighty important common drugs. Draft monographs on these drugs were prepared and were circulated to the members of the Committee and interested manufacturers. After taking into consideration the views expressed by the members and the manufacturers these monographs were finalised and approved by the Committee.

 

The general notices, general instructions and the appendices were prepared after discussions by the members at several meetings and were then finalised and approved by the Committee.

A number of indigenous drugs whose preparations are manufactured in the country have been included.

 

List of drugs included in First Volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is annexed (Page 19).

 

In Homoeopathy the drugs used are’ those mentioned in the original provings as far as possible. As standards for such drugs are not readiy available in all cases and further laboratory work is essential for this purpose this work has been taken up and the additional standards compiled will be duly incorporated in a supplement.

 

The general pattern of monographs is almost similar to that followed in other Pharmacopoeiae and the followings are the special features.

 

The titles of the monographs have been given in the conventional latin name adopted by the Homoeopathic profession and other names have been included under ‘synonyms’.

 

The names of the drugs in Indian language have been given in a separate appendix XIX (page 265).

 

Description, identification tests as well as method of assay, wherever purity is established, have been furnished for most of the drugs of chemical origin.

 

The preparation of the Homoeopathic mother tincture or substance follows immediately after details on the parent drug. Both the old (Hahnemannian) and the New methods of drug preparation as in American Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia have been incorporated, since the Committee observed that both the methods are being adopted by the industry in this country, and the merits of either of them have not yet been scientifically evaluated to arrive at a conclusion in favour of one or the other method exclusively.

 

The various details under the General Instructions have been laid down taking into consideration the practice of the manufacturers in this country.

 

In the course of compiling this Pharmacopoeia, the Indian Pharmacopoeia. the American Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia the British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States and the German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia have been consulted. The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee expresses its thanks to the Commissions or authorities who have issued these publications, The Committee expresses its gratefulness to the Homoeopathic manufacturing Pharmacists who have extended their valuable co-operation and actively assisted in the preparation of this volume.

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee also places on record the appreciation of the work done by the members or the various sub-Committees and the staff in bringing out this Volume.

 

The Committee is grateful in particular to the Drugs Controller (India), the Director. Central Drugs Laboratory; Calcutta, and the Director. Central Indian Pharmacopoeial Laboratory. Ghaziabad who have from time to time offered their valuable suggestions and co-operation.

 

Contents

 

 

Preface

v

 

Introduction

vii

 

Historical

1

 

General Notices

3

 

General Instructions

7

 

Abbreviations of Technical Terms

17

 

List of Monographs with their respective Abbreviations

19

 

Monographs

24

 

Appendices

205

I

Materials and Solutions employed in Tests

209

II

Solutions employed in Volumetric Determinations

224

III

(a) Indicators employed in Volumetric Determinations and in pH Determinations

226

 

(b) pH Ranges and colour Changes of Indicators

227

 

(c) Determination of pH value

227

IV

Determination of Melting Range & Boiling Range

230

 

(a) Determination of Melting Range

230

 

(b) Determination of Boilitig Range

232

V

Determination of Refractive Index

233

VI

Determination of weight per Millilitre and specific gravity

233

VII

Qualitative Reactions of some common substances and Radicals

234

VIII

Limit Tests

239

 

(a) Limit Test for Chloride

239

 

(b) Limit Test for Iron

239

 

(c) Limit Test for Sulphates

24()

 

(d) Limit Test for Arsenic

240

 

(e) Test for Lead

241

 

(f) Heavy Metals Test

242

IX

(a) Determination of Ash

243

 

(b) Determination of Sulphated Ash

243

 

(c) Determination of the Residue on Ignition

243

 

(d) Determination of Water Soluble Ash

243

X

Moisture Content

244

 

(a) Determination of Moisture content for Chemicals

244

 

(b) Determination of Moisture content for Vegetable products

244

XI

(a) Determination of Alcohol-Soluble extractive

244

 

(b) Determination of Water-Soluble extractive

245

 

(c) Determination of Total solids

245

XII

Determination of Quantitative Alcohol in Pharmaceutical Preparation

245

XIII

Powder and Sieves

247

XIV

Standards of Vehicles used for External Applications

249

XV

Determination of Values

254

 

(a) Determination of Saponification Value

255

 

(b) Determination of Iodine Value

256

 

(c) Determination of Acid Value

256

XVI

(a) Test for the Absence of Arachis Oil in other Oils

256

 

(b) Test for the Absence of Cotton Seed Oil in other Oils

256

 

(c) Test for the Absence of Sesame Oil in other oils

256

 

(d) Test for the Absence of Linseed Oil in other Oils

257

XVII

Hahnemann’s classification of Methods of preparation of Homoeopathic drugs. (Old Method) Class I-IX

257

XVIII

Names, Symbols and Atomic Weights of Elements

263

XIX

Names in Indian Languages of Indigenous Drugs

265

 

Index

269

 

Volume II

 

 

Foreword

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was reconstituted by Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide their letter No. X. 19018/26/79-Homoeo dated 12th November, 1981. The Committee decided to revise the Second Volume to make it up to date before reprinting it. It was also decided to include General Notices, General Instructions, Nineteen appendices of the First Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India besides appendices of this Volume to make it self sufficient.

 

The revised (Second Edition) of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India consists of:-

1. Foreword

2. Preface to Second Edition.

3. Preface to First Edition.

4. Introduction

s. General Notices

7. General Instructions

8. Monographs (100)

9. Appendices

 

The Second Volume (revised) of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented herewith to the Government of India.

 

Introduction

 

The first volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India providing official standards for 180 drugs was finalised in: 1970 and has since been published. The second volume, covers another 100 homoeopathic drugs.

 

The Committee considered it necessary to make certain amendments in the general notices and general instructions contained in the first volume. These general notices are given in this volume. These are applicable to the contents of the first volume also. The format of the monographs has also been slightly changed in the second volume as under:-

 

1. The heading ‘Chemical Symbol’ has been deleted and only chemical formula has been given.

2. The heading ‘Synonym’ has been restricted in case where it relates to a true synonym and in other case it is replaced by common name. In case of chemicals alternate names have however been given without any specific title.

3. Part used has been mentioned after Description.

4. Under the heading ‘History and authority’ the first prover has been mentioned in the first place and the remaining authorities in alphabetical order.

5. The old Hahnemannian method of preparation has been discarded in favour of new’ uniform method with specific drug strength which takes into consideration the moisture content of the drug, thus eliminating variation in standards. This method is applicable to most of the drugs and has been accepted by the Committee.

6. The Title ‘Habitat’ has been substituted by term ‘Distribution’, to convey appropriate meaning.

 

The material compiled in this volume as in the previous one has been freely drawn upon from the British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia, American Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia, the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of United States, the German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia and the Indian Pharmacopoeia and other relevant literature.

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee also places on record the appreciation of the work done by the members of the various sub-Committees and the staff in bringing out this Volume.

 

The Committee is grateful in particular to the Drugs Controller (India), the Director, Central Drugs Laboratory, Calcutta, the Director, Central Indian Pharmacopoeial Laboratory, Ghaziabad and the Director Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Laboratory, Ghaziabad who have from time to time offered their valuable suggestions and co-operation.

 

Contents

 

 

Foreword

(i)

 

Preface to the Second edition

(v)

 

Preface to the First edition

(vii)

 

Introduction

(ix)

 

General Notices

1

 

General Instructions

5

 

List of Monographs with abbreviations

17

 

Monographs

20

 

APPENDICES

131

I.

Material and solutions employed in tests

133

II.

Solutions employed in Volumetric determinations

157

III.

Indicators employed in Volumetric determinations and in pH determinations

159

IV.

Determination of Melting range and boiling range

164

V.

Determination of Refractive index.

168

VI.

Determination of weight per m1 and specific gravity

169

VII.

Qualitative reactions of some common substances and radicals

170

VIII.

Limit tests

177

IX.

Determination of ash, salphated ash, water soluble ash and residue on ignition

182

X.

Moisture content determination

183

XI.

Determination of alcohol soluble extractive, water soluble extraction and total solids

184

XII.

Powders and sieves

185

XIII.

Standards of vehicles used for external applications

187

XIV.

Determination of saponification, iodine and acid values

194

XV.

Test for absence of oils

196

XVI.

Names, symbols and atomic weight of elements

197

XXA.

Determination of esters

199

XXB.

Determination of ester value

200

XXI.

Determination of palisade ratio, stomatal index etc.

201

XXII.

Specific gravity of solids

203

 

Index

205-208

 

Volume III

 

Foreword

 

The Government was pleased to extend the term of the re-constituted Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee by another three years with effect from 22nd December, 1976 by their letter No. X-19018/21/16 (Homoeo) dated 30th November 1976. The functions of the committee were further enlarged to prepare standards for the preparation of Nosodes for the inclusion in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. In addition, it undertook the preparation of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Codex in order to give detailed information on drugs and other pharmaceutical substances which are not properly proved and also to provide standards for the range of substances and materials that are not included in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India as well as to supplement the information on drugs already included but which cannot be listed in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. This reconstituted committee held four meetings so far. After these deliberations the committee finalised the 3rd Volume of the H.P.I. which consist of:-

 

1. General Notices.

2. Preface

3. Introduction

4. Monographs (105)

5. Appendices.

 

The third volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia is presented herewith to the Government of India.

 

Introduction

 

The first and second volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India prescribing official standards for 180 and 100 drugs respectively were finalised and have since been published in 1970 and 1974. The 3rd volume covers one hundred and five Homoeopathic drugs. The Committee considered that it is necessary to make certain amendments in the general notices and general instructions contained in the first volume and second volume. These amendments are given under general notices of this volume. These are applicable to the contents of the first and second volume also. The formal revision of the text of the later will be made in the revised edition.

 

The material included in this volume has been freely drawn upon from the British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia, American Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia, the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of United States, the German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia and the Indian Pharmacopoeia. Wherever needed, the material has been verified and confirmed by laboratory tests undertaken in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Laboratory.

 

Contents

 

 

Preface

V

 

Introduction

vii

 

General notices

ix

 

List of monographs

XI

 

Appendices

115

I.

Materials and soultions employed in tests

115

II.

Solutions employed in volumetric determination

133

III.

Indicators employed in volumetric determination and in ph determination

134

 

V.B. Determination of optical rotation and of specific rotation

135

VII.

Qualitative reactions of some common substances and radicals

137

XXI.

Determination of alcohal contents & methods to be followed

138

 

Index

149

 

Volume IV

 

Foreword

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was reconstituted by Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide their letter No. X.19018j21j76-Homoeo. dated 30th November 1976. After completion of Volume III of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India, the Committee had finalised 60 monographs for the fourth volume including four monographs on Nosodes.

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was again reconstituted by Govt. of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide letter No. X.19018j26j79-Homoeo., dated the 12to November, 1981, the New Committee had finalised 47 monographs for the fourth volume.

 

As in the earlier volumes the material in this volume consists of the following items besides 107 monographs:

 

1. Preface .

2. Introduction

3. General Notices

4. Appendices

 

The fourth volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented to Govt. of India.

 

Contents

 

 

Preface

v

 

Introduction

ix

 

General Notices

xi

 

General Instructions

xi

 

List of Monographs

xiii

 

Monographs

1

 

APPENDICES :

 

I

"Materials and solutions employed in Tests

109

II

Solutions Employed in Volumetric Determinations

125

III

Indicators Employed in Volumetric Determinations

127

VII

Qualitative Reactions of some common substances & radicals

129

XXII

Determination of Viscosity

130

XXIII

Test for Pyrogens

131

XXIV

CHROMATOGRAPHY

132

XXV

Oxygen Flask Method

134

XXVI

Preparation of Nosodes

136

 

Index

139

 

Volume V

 

Foreword

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was constituted by Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide letter No. X. 19018/25/79 Homoeo dated the 12th November, 1981. After completion of Fourth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India, the Committee has finalised ‘14 monographs for the Fifth Volume.

 

As in the earlier volumes the material in this volume consists of the following item besides 114 monographs :-

 

1. Preface

2. Introduction

3. General Notices

4. General Instructions

5. Appendices

 

The Fifth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented herewith to Government of India.

 

Contents

 

Foreword

(i)

Preface

(ii)

Introduction

(vii)

General Notices/General Instructions

(ix)

Mst of monographs with abbreviations

(xi)

Monographs

119

Appendices

121-148

Appendix I Materials and Solutions employed in tests

121

II Solutions employed in Volumetric determinations

129

III Indicators employed in volumetric de terminations

130

XIV Standards for vehicles used for Internal medications

131

XXIV Co - TLC of Mother Tinctures

134

XXV Standards for Ointments

135

XXVI Standards for Syrup

136

XXVII Temperature correction data

137

XXVIII Limit of alcohol in Mother Tinctures

140

Index

149-151

 

Volume VI

 

Foreword

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was constituted by the Govt. of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide letter No. X. 19018/68/87-Homoeo dated the 24th February 1988.

 

The material in the Sixth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India consists of 104 mono- graphs in addition to the following items :-

 

1. Preface

2. Introduction

3. General Notices

4. General Instructions

5. Standards for finished products and

6. Appendices

 

For the first time standard of finished products of 159 drugs have been incorporated in Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India for the benefit of Homoeopathic profession.

 

The Sixth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented herewith to the Govt. of India.

 

Preface

 

The Government of India constituted a Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee in 1962 for the purpose of preparing the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India with the following objects:-

 

(i) to prepare a Pharmacopoeia of Homoeopathic drugs whose therapeutic usefulness has been proved on the lines of American. German and British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeiae.

(ii) to lay down principles and standards for the preparation of Homoeopathic drugs.

(iii) to lay down test of identity, quality, purity and

(iv) such other matters as are incidental and necessary for the preparation of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia.

 

The Committee approved 180 monographs which comprised Volume I of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India (1971).

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was reconstituted by the Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in 1971 which approved 265 monographs which comprised Volume II (1974) (100 monographs), Volume III (1978) (105 monographs) and part of Volume IV (1984) (60 mono- graphs) or Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. The term of the Committee was extended vide letter No. X. 19018/21/76-Homoeo, dated the 30~h November, 1976.

 

The objects of Committee were further enlarged to prepare standards for the preparation of Nosodes for the inclusion in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. In addition, it undertook the preparation of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeial Codex in order to give detailed information on drugs and other Pharmaceutical substances and materials that are not included in H.P.I. as well as to supplement the information on drugs already included but cannot be listed in the H.P.I. This reconstituted Committee approved 105 monographs (Volume III) 1978 and a part of Volume IV (1984) (60 monographs).

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was again reconstituted by the Govt. of India,’ Ministry of Health & Family Welfare vide letter No. X. 19018/26/79-Homoeo, dated 12th November, 1980 which approved 50 monographs of the IVth Volume (1984), 114 monographs of Vth Volume and 62 monographs (a part) of the VIth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. The Committee also approved 150 revised monographs for the Consolidated edition of H.P.I.

 

Contents

 

 

Foreword

ii

 

Preface

iv

 

Introduction

vii

 

General notices & instructions

viii

 

List of Monographs with abbreviations

ix

 

Monographs

1

 

Standard of finished products

110

 

Appendices

 

I

Materials and solutions employed in tests

199

II

The Schoniger oxygen flask method for sulphur and phosphorus Standards of alkaloids etc. used in TLC (Reference samples)

200

III

Indicator employed in Volumetric determinations

210

 

Standards for spray reagents

211

 

Standards for Syrup

213

 

Graphs

215

 

Vernacular names of botanical drugs

225

 

Index

241

 

Volume VII

 

Foreword

 

The present Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was constituted by the Govt. of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide letter No. U.13012/2/96-HPC dated 26th May, 1997.

 

The material in the Seventh Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India consists of :

1. Preface

2. Introduction

3. Monographs

4. Appendices

 

The Seventh Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented herewith to the Govt. of India.

 

Preface

 

The Government of India constituted Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee in 1962 for the purpose of preparing the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India with the following objects:

 

(i) to prepare a Pharmacopoeia of Homoeopathic drugs whose therapeutic usefulness has been proved on the lines of American, German and British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeiae.

(ii) to lay down principles and standards for the preparation of Homoeopathic drugs.

(iii) to lay down test of identity, quality, purity and

(iv) such other matters as are incidental and necessary for the preparation of Homoeopatliic Pharmacopoeia.

 

The Committee approved 180 monographs for Volume I of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India (1971).

 

The Homoeopathic· Pharmacopoeia Committee was reconstituted by the Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in 1971 which approved ]00 monographs for Volume Il (1974), 105 monographs for Volume III (1978),65 monographs for Volume IV (1984) of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. The term of Committee was extended vide letter No. X. 19018/21/76-Homoeo dated the 30th November, 1976.

 

The objects Of Committee were further enlarged to prepare standards for the preparation of Nosodes for the inclusion in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. In addition, it undertook the preparation of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeial Codex in order to give detailed information on drugs and other Pharmaceutical substances and materials that are not included in H.P.I. as well as to supplement the information on drugs already included but cannot be listed in the H.P.I.

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was again reconstituted by the Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare vide letter No. X. 19018/26/79-Homoeo, dated 12th November, 1980 which approved 52 monographs of the then ongoing IVth Volume (1984), 114 monographs of Vth Volume and 62 monographs (a part) for the ensuing VIth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India.

 

Contents

 

 

Foreword

(iii)

 

Preface

(v)

 

Introduction

(ix)

 

General Notices/General Instructions

(xi)

 

List of Monographs with abbreviations

(xiii)

 

Monographs

1

 

APPENDICES

 

I.

Standards for biochemic tablets

124

II.

Determination of Lambda Max by U.V. Spectrophotometer

125

III.

Thin Layer Chromatography

126

 

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Volume I

 

Foreword

 

The Government of India was pleased to constitute the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee vide their letter No. F. 23-2/26-ISM, dated the 22nd September, 1962. The term of the Committee initially was three years. Subsequently it was extended from time to time. The functions of the Committee are given below:

 

(i) to prepare a Pharmacopoeia of Homoeopathic drugs, whose therapeutic usefulness has been proved, on the lines of the American. German and British Pharmacopoeiae;

(ii) to lay down principles and standards for the preparation of homoeopathic drugs;

(iii) to lay down tests for identity, quality and purity; and

(iv) such other matters as are incidental and necessary for the preparation of a Homoeopathic pharmacopoeia.

 

So far the Committee held twelve meetings. After these deliberations. the Committee finalised the First Volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. The First Volume consists of:

 

(i) Preface,

(ii) Introduction,

(iii) Historical,

(iv) General Notices,

(v) Abbreviations,

(vi) Monographs (180); and

(vii) Appendices (I to XIX).

 

The First Volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented herewith to the Government of India.

 

Preface

 

The proposal to set up a Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was initiated the Homoeopathic Advisory Committee in the year 1956 and it was supported most of the members of the Committee. This was discussed at various meet of the Advisory Committee from 1956. In September, 1961, the Homoeopathic Sub-Committee of the Drugs Technical Advisory Board while considering the question of control of Homoeopathic medicines under the Drugs Rules, expressed the opinion that the Homoeopathic Advisory Committee’s re-commendation for the preparation of an Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India should be duly considered by the Government. This view was again reiterated by the Homoeopathic Advisory Committee meeting in December, 1961, at New Delhi. Dr. K. G. Saxena was appointed Honorary Homoeopathic Adviser to the Government in May, 1962 and he took up this task of setting up a Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee from the beginning. The Govt. of India, Ministry of Health having reconsidered the earlier recommendation of Committee agreed to constitute the Committee. Thus the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was set up in September 1962, with the following objects:

 

(1) to prepare a Pharmacopoeia of Homoeopathic drugs whose therapeutic usefulness have been proved, on the lines of the American, German and British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeiae;

(2) to lay down principles and standards for the preparation of Homoeopathic drugs;

(3) to lay down teats of identity, quality, purity; and

(4) such other matters as are incidental and necessary for the preparation of a Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia.

 

Introduction

 

The first meeting of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee. was held in November. 1962, when all preliminary matters relating to preparation of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India were discussed. The Committee decided to circulate a questionnaire on the Pharmacopoeia. to all leading Homoeopathic Pharmacists and eminent Homoeopaths in India as well as abroad. A Sub-Committee was formed to draw up a list of drugs to be included in the Pharmacopoeia. Taking into consideration the various comments received and the decisions taken at different meetings. this list was finalised in March. 1967. As the list of the approved Homoeopathic drugs numbered more than two thousand, it was decided to include them into the Pharmacopoeia in stages. The Committee selected, for inclusion in first volume one hundred and eighty important common drugs. Draft monographs on these drugs were prepared and were circulated to the members of the Committee and interested manufacturers. After taking into consideration the views expressed by the members and the manufacturers these monographs were finalised and approved by the Committee.

 

The general notices, general instructions and the appendices were prepared after discussions by the members at several meetings and were then finalised and approved by the Committee.

A number of indigenous drugs whose preparations are manufactured in the country have been included.

 

List of drugs included in First Volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is annexed (Page 19).

 

In Homoeopathy the drugs used are’ those mentioned in the original provings as far as possible. As standards for such drugs are not readiy available in all cases and further laboratory work is essential for this purpose this work has been taken up and the additional standards compiled will be duly incorporated in a supplement.

 

The general pattern of monographs is almost similar to that followed in other Pharmacopoeiae and the followings are the special features.

 

The titles of the monographs have been given in the conventional latin name adopted by the Homoeopathic profession and other names have been included under ‘synonyms’.

 

The names of the drugs in Indian language have been given in a separate appendix XIX (page 265).

 

Description, identification tests as well as method of assay, wherever purity is established, have been furnished for most of the drugs of chemical origin.

 

The preparation of the Homoeopathic mother tincture or substance follows immediately after details on the parent drug. Both the old (Hahnemannian) and the New methods of drug preparation as in American Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia have been incorporated, since the Committee observed that both the methods are being adopted by the industry in this country, and the merits of either of them have not yet been scientifically evaluated to arrive at a conclusion in favour of one or the other method exclusively.

 

The various details under the General Instructions have been laid down taking into consideration the practice of the manufacturers in this country.

 

In the course of compiling this Pharmacopoeia, the Indian Pharmacopoeia. the American Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia the British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of the United States and the German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia have been consulted. The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee expresses its thanks to the Commissions or authorities who have issued these publications, The Committee expresses its gratefulness to the Homoeopathic manufacturing Pharmacists who have extended their valuable co-operation and actively assisted in the preparation of this volume.

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee also places on record the appreciation of the work done by the members or the various sub-Committees and the staff in bringing out this Volume.

 

The Committee is grateful in particular to the Drugs Controller (India), the Director. Central Drugs Laboratory; Calcutta, and the Director. Central Indian Pharmacopoeial Laboratory. Ghaziabad who have from time to time offered their valuable suggestions and co-operation.

 

Contents

 

 

Preface

v

 

Introduction

vii

 

Historical

1

 

General Notices

3

 

General Instructions

7

 

Abbreviations of Technical Terms

17

 

List of Monographs with their respective Abbreviations

19

 

Monographs

24

 

Appendices

205

I

Materials and Solutions employed in Tests

209

II

Solutions employed in Volumetric Determinations

224

III

(a) Indicators employed in Volumetric Determinations and in pH Determinations

226

 

(b) pH Ranges and colour Changes of Indicators

227

 

(c) Determination of pH value

227

IV

Determination of Melting Range & Boiling Range

230

 

(a) Determination of Melting Range

230

 

(b) Determination of Boilitig Range

232

V

Determination of Refractive Index

233

VI

Determination of weight per Millilitre and specific gravity

233

VII

Qualitative Reactions of some common substances and Radicals

234

VIII

Limit Tests

239

 

(a) Limit Test for Chloride

239

 

(b) Limit Test for Iron

239

 

(c) Limit Test for Sulphates

24()

 

(d) Limit Test for Arsenic

240

 

(e) Test for Lead

241

 

(f) Heavy Metals Test

242

IX

(a) Determination of Ash

243

 

(b) Determination of Sulphated Ash

243

 

(c) Determination of the Residue on Ignition

243

 

(d) Determination of Water Soluble Ash

243

X

Moisture Content

244

 

(a) Determination of Moisture content for Chemicals

244

 

(b) Determination of Moisture content for Vegetable products

244

XI

(a) Determination of Alcohol-Soluble extractive

244

 

(b) Determination of Water-Soluble extractive

245

 

(c) Determination of Total solids

245

XII

Determination of Quantitative Alcohol in Pharmaceutical Preparation

245

XIII

Powder and Sieves

247

XIV

Standards of Vehicles used for External Applications

249

XV

Determination of Values

254

 

(a) Determination of Saponification Value

255

 

(b) Determination of Iodine Value

256

 

(c) Determination of Acid Value

256

XVI

(a) Test for the Absence of Arachis Oil in other Oils

256

 

(b) Test for the Absence of Cotton Seed Oil in other Oils

256

 

(c) Test for the Absence of Sesame Oil in other oils

256

 

(d) Test for the Absence of Linseed Oil in other Oils

257

XVII

Hahnemann’s classification of Methods of preparation of Homoeopathic drugs. (Old Method) Class I-IX

257

XVIII

Names, Symbols and Atomic Weights of Elements

263

XIX

Names in Indian Languages of Indigenous Drugs

265

 

Index

269

 

Volume II

 

 

Foreword

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was reconstituted by Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide their letter No. X. 19018/26/79-Homoeo dated 12th November, 1981. The Committee decided to revise the Second Volume to make it up to date before reprinting it. It was also decided to include General Notices, General Instructions, Nineteen appendices of the First Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India besides appendices of this Volume to make it self sufficient.

 

The revised (Second Edition) of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India consists of:-

1. Foreword

2. Preface to Second Edition.

3. Preface to First Edition.

4. Introduction

s. General Notices

7. General Instructions

8. Monographs (100)

9. Appendices

 

The Second Volume (revised) of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented herewith to the Government of India.

 

Introduction

 

The first volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India providing official standards for 180 drugs was finalised in: 1970 and has since been published. The second volume, covers another 100 homoeopathic drugs.

 

The Committee considered it necessary to make certain amendments in the general notices and general instructions contained in the first volume. These general notices are given in this volume. These are applicable to the contents of the first volume also. The format of the monographs has also been slightly changed in the second volume as under:-

 

1. The heading ‘Chemical Symbol’ has been deleted and only chemical formula has been given.

2. The heading ‘Synonym’ has been restricted in case where it relates to a true synonym and in other case it is replaced by common name. In case of chemicals alternate names have however been given without any specific title.

3. Part used has been mentioned after Description.

4. Under the heading ‘History and authority’ the first prover has been mentioned in the first place and the remaining authorities in alphabetical order.

5. The old Hahnemannian method of preparation has been discarded in favour of new’ uniform method with specific drug strength which takes into consideration the moisture content of the drug, thus eliminating variation in standards. This method is applicable to most of the drugs and has been accepted by the Committee.

6. The Title ‘Habitat’ has been substituted by term ‘Distribution’, to convey appropriate meaning.

 

The material compiled in this volume as in the previous one has been freely drawn upon from the British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia, American Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia, the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of United States, the German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia and the Indian Pharmacopoeia and other relevant literature.

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee also places on record the appreciation of the work done by the members of the various sub-Committees and the staff in bringing out this Volume.

 

The Committee is grateful in particular to the Drugs Controller (India), the Director, Central Drugs Laboratory, Calcutta, the Director, Central Indian Pharmacopoeial Laboratory, Ghaziabad and the Director Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Laboratory, Ghaziabad who have from time to time offered their valuable suggestions and co-operation.

 

Contents

 

 

Foreword

(i)

 

Preface to the Second edition

(v)

 

Preface to the First edition

(vii)

 

Introduction

(ix)

 

General Notices

1

 

General Instructions

5

 

List of Monographs with abbreviations

17

 

Monographs

20

 

APPENDICES

131

I.

Material and solutions employed in tests

133

II.

Solutions employed in Volumetric determinations

157

III.

Indicators employed in Volumetric determinations and in pH determinations

159

IV.

Determination of Melting range and boiling range

164

V.

Determination of Refractive index.

168

VI.

Determination of weight per m1 and specific gravity

169

VII.

Qualitative reactions of some common substances and radicals

170

VIII.

Limit tests

177

IX.

Determination of ash, salphated ash, water soluble ash and residue on ignition

182

X.

Moisture content determination

183

XI.

Determination of alcohol soluble extractive, water soluble extraction and total solids

184

XII.

Powders and sieves

185

XIII.

Standards of vehicles used for external applications

187

XIV.

Determination of saponification, iodine and acid values

194

XV.

Test for absence of oils

196

XVI.

Names, symbols and atomic weight of elements

197

XXA.

Determination of esters

199

XXB.

Determination of ester value

200

XXI.

Determination of palisade ratio, stomatal index etc.

201

XXII.

Specific gravity of solids

203

 

Index

205-208

 

Volume III

 

Foreword

 

The Government was pleased to extend the term of the re-constituted Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee by another three years with effect from 22nd December, 1976 by their letter No. X-19018/21/16 (Homoeo) dated 30th November 1976. The functions of the committee were further enlarged to prepare standards for the preparation of Nosodes for the inclusion in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. In addition, it undertook the preparation of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Codex in order to give detailed information on drugs and other pharmaceutical substances which are not properly proved and also to provide standards for the range of substances and materials that are not included in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India as well as to supplement the information on drugs already included but which cannot be listed in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. This reconstituted committee held four meetings so far. After these deliberations the committee finalised the 3rd Volume of the H.P.I. which consist of:-

 

1. General Notices.

2. Preface

3. Introduction

4. Monographs (105)

5. Appendices.

 

The third volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia is presented herewith to the Government of India.

 

Introduction

 

The first and second volume of the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India prescribing official standards for 180 and 100 drugs respectively were finalised and have since been published in 1970 and 1974. The 3rd volume covers one hundred and five Homoeopathic drugs. The Committee considered that it is necessary to make certain amendments in the general notices and general instructions contained in the first volume and second volume. These amendments are given under general notices of this volume. These are applicable to the contents of the first and second volume also. The formal revision of the text of the later will be made in the revised edition.

 

The material included in this volume has been freely drawn upon from the British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia, American Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia, the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of United States, the German Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia and the Indian Pharmacopoeia. Wherever needed, the material has been verified and confirmed by laboratory tests undertaken in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Laboratory.

 

Contents

 

 

Preface

V

 

Introduction

vii

 

General notices

ix

 

List of monographs

XI

 

Appendices

115

I.

Materials and soultions employed in tests

115

II.

Solutions employed in volumetric determination

133

III.

Indicators employed in volumetric determination and in ph determination

134

 

V.B. Determination of optical rotation and of specific rotation

135

VII.

Qualitative reactions of some common substances and radicals

137

XXI.

Determination of alcohal contents & methods to be followed

138

 

Index

149

 

Volume IV

 

Foreword

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was reconstituted by Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide their letter No. X.19018j21j76-Homoeo. dated 30th November 1976. After completion of Volume III of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India, the Committee had finalised 60 monographs for the fourth volume including four monographs on Nosodes.

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was again reconstituted by Govt. of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide letter No. X.19018j26j79-Homoeo., dated the 12to November, 1981, the New Committee had finalised 47 monographs for the fourth volume.

 

As in the earlier volumes the material in this volume consists of the following items besides 107 monographs:

 

1. Preface .

2. Introduction

3. General Notices

4. Appendices

 

The fourth volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented to Govt. of India.

 

Contents

 

 

Preface

v

 

Introduction

ix

 

General Notices

xi

 

General Instructions

xi

 

List of Monographs

xiii

 

Monographs

1

 

APPENDICES :

 

I

"Materials and solutions employed in Tests

109

II

Solutions Employed in Volumetric Determinations

125

III

Indicators Employed in Volumetric Determinations

127

VII

Qualitative Reactions of some common substances & radicals

129

XXII

Determination of Viscosity

130

XXIII

Test for Pyrogens

131

XXIV

CHROMATOGRAPHY

132

XXV

Oxygen Flask Method

134

XXVI

Preparation of Nosodes

136

 

Index

139

 

Volume V

 

Foreword

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was constituted by Government of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide letter No. X. 19018/25/79 Homoeo dated the 12th November, 1981. After completion of Fourth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India, the Committee has finalised ‘14 monographs for the Fifth Volume.

 

As in the earlier volumes the material in this volume consists of the following item besides 114 monographs :-

 

1. Preface

2. Introduction

3. General Notices

4. General Instructions

5. Appendices

 

The Fifth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented herewith to Government of India.

 

Contents

 

Foreword

(i)

Preface

(ii)

Introduction

(vii)

General Notices/General Instructions

(ix)

Mst of monographs with abbreviations

(xi)

Monographs

119

Appendices

121-148

Appendix I Materials and Solutions employed in tests

121

II Solutions employed in Volumetric determinations

129

III Indicators employed in volumetric de terminations

130

XIV Standards for vehicles used for Internal medications

131

XXIV Co - TLC of Mother Tinctures

134

XXV Standards for Ointments

135

XXVI Standards for Syrup

136

XXVII Temperature correction data

137

XXVIII Limit of alcohol in Mother Tinctures

140

Index

149-151

 

Volume VI

 

Foreword

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was constituted by the Govt. of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide letter No. X. 19018/68/87-Homoeo dated the 24th February 1988.

 

The material in the Sixth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India consists of 104 mono- graphs in addition to the following items :-

 

1. Preface

2. Introduction

3. General Notices

4. General Instructions

5. Standards for finished products and

6. Appendices

 

For the first time standard of finished products of 159 drugs have been incorporated in Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India for the benefit of Homoeopathic profession.

 

The Sixth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented herewith to the Govt. of India.

 

Preface

 

The Government of India constituted a Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee in 1962 for the purpose of preparing the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India with the following objects:-

 

(i) to prepare a Pharmacopoeia of Homoeopathic drugs whose therapeutic usefulness has been proved on the lines of American. German and British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeiae.

(ii) to lay down principles and standards for the preparation of Homoeopathic drugs.

(iii) to lay down test of identity, quality, purity and

(iv) such other matters as are incidental and necessary for the preparation of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia.

 

The Committee approved 180 monographs which comprised Volume I of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India (1971).

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was reconstituted by the Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in 1971 which approved 265 monographs which comprised Volume II (1974) (100 monographs), Volume III (1978) (105 monographs) and part of Volume IV (1984) (60 mono- graphs) or Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. The term of the Committee was extended vide letter No. X. 19018/21/76-Homoeo, dated the 30~h November, 1976.

 

The objects of Committee were further enlarged to prepare standards for the preparation of Nosodes for the inclusion in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. In addition, it undertook the preparation of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeial Codex in order to give detailed information on drugs and other Pharmaceutical substances and materials that are not included in H.P.I. as well as to supplement the information on drugs already included but cannot be listed in the H.P.I. This reconstituted Committee approved 105 monographs (Volume III) 1978 and a part of Volume IV (1984) (60 monographs).

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was again reconstituted by the Govt. of India,’ Ministry of Health & Family Welfare vide letter No. X. 19018/26/79-Homoeo, dated 12th November, 1980 which approved 50 monographs of the IVth Volume (1984), 114 monographs of Vth Volume and 62 monographs (a part) of the VIth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. The Committee also approved 150 revised monographs for the Consolidated edition of H.P.I.

 

Contents

 

 

Foreword

ii

 

Preface

iv

 

Introduction

vii

 

General notices & instructions

viii

 

List of Monographs with abbreviations

ix

 

Monographs

1

 

Standard of finished products

110

 

Appendices

 

I

Materials and solutions employed in tests

199

II

The Schoniger oxygen flask method for sulphur and phosphorus Standards of alkaloids etc. used in TLC (Reference samples)

200

III

Indicator employed in Volumetric determinations

210

 

Standards for spray reagents

211

 

Standards for Syrup

213

 

Graphs

215

 

Vernacular names of botanical drugs

225

 

Index

241

 

Volume VII

 

Foreword

 

The present Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was constituted by the Govt. of India, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare vide letter No. U.13012/2/96-HPC dated 26th May, 1997.

 

The material in the Seventh Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India consists of :

1. Preface

2. Introduction

3. Monographs

4. Appendices

 

The Seventh Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India is presented herewith to the Govt. of India.

 

Preface

 

The Government of India constituted Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee in 1962 for the purpose of preparing the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India with the following objects:

 

(i) to prepare a Pharmacopoeia of Homoeopathic drugs whose therapeutic usefulness has been proved on the lines of American, German and British Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeiae.

(ii) to lay down principles and standards for the preparation of Homoeopathic drugs.

(iii) to lay down test of identity, quality, purity and

(iv) such other matters as are incidental and necessary for the preparation of Homoeopatliic Pharmacopoeia.

 

The Committee approved 180 monographs for Volume I of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India (1971).

 

The Homoeopathic· Pharmacopoeia Committee was reconstituted by the Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare in 1971 which approved ]00 monographs for Volume Il (1974), 105 monographs for Volume III (1978),65 monographs for Volume IV (1984) of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. The term of Committee was extended vide letter No. X. 19018/21/76-Homoeo dated the 30th November, 1976.

 

The objects Of Committee were further enlarged to prepare standards for the preparation of Nosodes for the inclusion in the Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India. In addition, it undertook the preparation of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeial Codex in order to give detailed information on drugs and other Pharmaceutical substances and materials that are not included in H.P.I. as well as to supplement the information on drugs already included but cannot be listed in the H.P.I.

 

The Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia Committee was again reconstituted by the Government of India, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare vide letter No. X. 19018/26/79-Homoeo, dated 12th November, 1980 which approved 52 monographs of the then ongoing IVth Volume (1984), 114 monographs of Vth Volume and 62 monographs (a part) for the ensuing VIth Volume of Homoeopathic Pharmacopoeia of India.

 

Contents

 

 

Foreword

(iii)

 

Preface

(v)

 

Introduction

(ix)

 

General Notices/General Instructions

(xi)

 

List of Monographs with abbreviations

(xiii)

 

Monographs

1

 

APPENDICES

 

I.

Standards for biochemic tablets

124

II.

Determination of Lambda Max by U.V. Spectrophotometer

125

III.

Thin Layer Chromatography

126

 

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