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Buletin Penelitian Sistem Kesehatan
Vol 1, No 2 Des (1997)
MENGETAHUI KEAMANAN JAMU MADURA "SARI RAPAT" MELALUI UJI MIKROSKOPIS DAN TOKSISITAS SUB AKUT PADA BINATANG COBA
Handayani, Lestari ( Pusat Penelitian dan Pengembangan Pelayanan Kesehatan)
Suharmiati, Suharmiati ( Pusat Penelitian dan Pengembangan Pelayanan Kesehatan)
Wahjoedi, Bambang ( Pusat Penelitian dan Pengembangan Farmasi)
Article Info   ABSTRACT
Published date:
11 Nov 2012
 
Jamu Sari Rapat" made in Madura is a famous traditional medicine especially after promoted at television cable. A cut utilition of the "jamu" was safe, it was provided by no complain from consumers. The problem is how the effect of "jamu" in the longterm consumption. A chosen famous "jamu Sari Rapat was taken to be examined. Microscopic examinations were done to know the herbs composition and contamination to patogen bacteries. A sub a cut toxicity exami­nation was done  to find out the safety of "jamu to the consumer because of the longterm consumption. The result showed that the jamu" was consisted of 9 herbs those were Caryophylli Flos, Kaemferiae rotundae Rhizoma, Curcuma domesticae Rhizoma, Paramcriae Cort ex, Theae Folium, Guazumae Folium, Arecae Semen, Glycyrrhi­ zae Radix and Psidii Folium. A herb (Gallae) was written in the label but actually it did not find in microcopic test. It was found that Most Probable Number colliform were contaminated the "jamu" and the Total Plate Count Bacterial number was bigger than standard. Toxicity test showed that there was no toxic effect after 3 month intervention to 54 mice. The conclusion of this study: the "jamu" was safe to be consume in the longterm (more or less 3 months) but it might cause illness to the consumers because of patogen bacteries. The production process should be improved to solve those problem.
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