Medicon Pharmaceutical sciences

Research Article

Volume 2 Issue 2

Vaidic Care Hand Sanitizer

Shubhada Amit Kulkarni, Jayshree Sharma, Anjali Bobade and Ganesh Tapdiya

Published: February 05, 2022

DOI: 10.55162/MCPS.22.030

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Our hand carries variety of microorganisms, it’s essential not to neglect them. Hands are major source of infection. Hand hygiene is a vital principle and exercise in the prevention, control and reduction of healthcare acquired infections. Right hand washing and drying methods stop the chain of transmission of deadly pathogens form hand to other parts of body. Hand sanitization is preeminent aid in preventing nosocomial infections caused by different opportunistic pathogens and to get this, the use of hand sanitizer become must in recent circumstances. The purpose of the recent study was to prepare the Ayurvedic Sanitizer- “Vaidic-Care”. This hand sanitizer is prepared by using “Gomutra” that is cow urine and this sanitizer incorporating the leaves of Ocimum sanctum, Azadirachta indica, leaves of papaya, alovera gel, turati, flower of ajwayan, flower of pudina and Bhimsen kappor, the well-known herbal combination with multidimensional activities and to evaluate their respective antimicrobial efficiency and safety of hands.The formulation was evaluated against specified micro-organisms. 
(E. coli, staphylococcus, lactobacillus, Trichoderma, aspergillus) by cup plate method. The significance was found to be more in comparison to the standard references.
Vaidiccare had its unique fragrance. Research mainly focuses on antibacterial activity after combination herbal plants cow urine and amrut dhara.Maintain hand hygiene is play key role in food production, pharmaceutical industries as well as in covid pandemic. By using vaidic care hand sanitizer we can maintain hand hygiene which is an important step to stop various infections which is caused due to unhygienic hand. Vaidic care overcomes all the side effect caused due to the chemical sanitizer.
Keywords: Hand hygiene Antimicrobial Activity; Nosocomial Infection; Ayurvedic Sanitizer; Amrut Dhara; Cow Urine