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Review for Application of Nanotechnology in Ayurveda

Review for Application of Nanotechnology in Ayurveda

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Anushree H.S., Research Assistant, ALNRMAMC, Koppa Professor (Dr.) Milind Hukkeri, ALNRMAMC, Koppa     Abstract: The science and technology handling the particles for innovative medicines has attracted the world in last few decades. Indian government’s idea to apply the technology is appreciating approach. Ayurveda discloses the already existing practices of nanotechnology with options of improvement. Increased surface area, enhanced bioavailability, rapid onset of therapeutic actions with reduced doses are expected with this technology. A detailed structure-based study of compounds from existing formulations as well as inventions of new formulations with basic formulations are having greater options of researches in this field. Minute understanding of nanotechnology have
General Health Survey To Observe Widespread of Common Health Complains  in Koppa Taluka

General Health Survey To Observe Widespread of Common Health Complains in Koppa Taluka

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Dr. Kavya V., ALNRMAMC, Koppa Dr. Aswathy P., ALNRMAMC, Koppa Dr. Shruthi Vasudevan, ALNRMAMC, Koppa Dr. Aartikala, ALNRMAMC, Koppa Dr. Arshiyabanu, ALNRMAMC, Koppa Dr. Ramya M., ALNRMAMC, Koppa Prof. (Dr.) Milind Hukkeri, ALNRMAMC, Koppa Health is matter of serious concern for everyone to remain happy and successful. Health surveys are specific tool providing a measure of population’s health status. It includes the health behaviors and risk factors for specific and general health problems for particular area. It also assists in assessment of costing of healthcare by policy makers for improvement of health. Administration uses such data for framing the policies on health related topics. Surveys depends upon the self-reporting of health status on broader level. Subjective nature of s
June -2018: Formulation: Hutabhugadi Churna

June -2018: Formulation: Hutabhugadi Churna

Formulation Profile
Authors: Dr. Milind Hukkeri, Dr. Prashant Kumar Jha (Ref: Sahastrayoga: Churnaprakarana: 22) Ingredients: Each 1 part of Chitraka (Hutabhuga), Ajmoda, Sandhava lavana, Pippali and Maricha; 5 parts of Haritaki. Method of Preparation: Fine powder of ingredient drugs are made by passing the powder through sieve number 85. They are mixed well to make homogenous blend and thereafter, passed through sieve number 85. The mixture is stored in amber colored, air-tight bottle to avoid moisture, light reaction and other contaminations. Analytical Parameters Organoleptic characters 1. Colour : Greenish-brown 2. Odour : Characteristic aromatic 3. Taste : Salty, astringent, pungent Physico-chemical parameters Foreign matter : 4.15% Loss on drying at 105°C : 13.59% Total ash : 1.24% Acid
May- 2018- Formulation: Karpuradi Churna

May- 2018- Formulation: Karpuradi Churna

Formulation Profile
Authors: Prof. M.H. Hukkeri, Dr. Prashant Kumar Jha (Ref: Sahastrayoga: Churnaprakarana: 9) Ingredients: Each 1 part of Karpura, Twak, Takkola, Jatiphala, Jatidala; 2 parts of Lavanga; 3 parts of Nagakeshara; 4 parts of Maricha; 5 parts of Pippali; 6 parts of Shunthi and 25 parts of sugar. Method of Preparation: Fine powder of ingredient drugs are made by passing the powder through sieve number 85. They are mixed well to make homogenous blend and thereafter, passed through sieve number 85. The mixture is stored in amber colored, air-tight bottle to avoid moisture, light reaction and other contaminations. Analytical Parameters Organoleptic characters 1. Colour : Green 2. Odour : Characteristic aromatic 3. Taste : Aromatic Physico-chemical parameters Foreign matter : 0.85% Loss...