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Indian Medicinal Plants Listed in CITES, Their Substitutes and Adulterants

Indian Medicinal Plants Listed in CITES, Their Substitutes and Adulterants

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*Dr. Dayananda Suttakoti, Associate Professor, Dept. of DravyagunaSindagi Shantavereshwar Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, Haveri*Corresponding Author: [email protected] Received: 05-09-20 Corrected Received: 15-10-20 Accepted: 26-10-20 Abstract: Backeground: India shares only 0.5% as per government of India of world herbal market. Increasing demand of herbs in India and abroad invites more researches based on pharmacologically active chemical constituents to avoid the adulteration practices in herbal market. By the time plants reaching to endangered status need special attention for conservation. Now total eight plants are included in list of CITES.CITES (Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora): India entered CI...
Plants of Genus Leucas, Options For Antibiotic Activities: A Review Study

Plants of Genus Leucas, Options For Antibiotic Activities: A Review Study

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*Dr. Keerthana N., PG Scholar, Dept. of Dravyaguna, ALNRMAMC, KoppaProf. (Dr.) Sanjaya K.S., Dept. of Dravyaguna, ALNRMAMC, Koppa*Corresponding Author: [email protected] Received: 30-05-2020     Corrected Received: 22-08-2020     Accepted: 12-09-20 Abstract: Background: Increasing burden of antimicrobial resistant against few of antibiotics is matter of concerns for healthcare professionals and common people across the globe. Medicines of natural sources may be the options for such resistance by various way. Plants rich in volatile oil have shown antibacterial activities. Leucas species from Lamiaceae family reported with bactericidal activities. Some compounds of volatile oil of different species of Leucas are common as caryophyllene etc. These compounds have already been in...
A Clinical Comparative Study on Deepaniya Mahakashaya and Shunthi Kashaya in the Management of Ajeerna

A Clinical Comparative Study on Deepaniya Mahakashaya and Shunthi Kashaya in the Management of Ajeerna

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*Dr. Devika D. Shetty, PG Scholar, Dept. of Samhita and Siddhanta, AMV, HubliProf. (Dr.) J.R. Joshi, HOD, Dept. of Samhita and Siddhanta, AMV, Hubli*Corresponding Author: [email protected] Received: 11-04-20       Corrected Received: 19-7-20       Accepted: 05-08-20  Abstract: Background: Agni has a significant role to maintain shareera swasthya as pachakagni helps in conversion of aahara in bala, which is responsible for all the shareera kriyas and swasthya. Vitiated Agni results in vyadhi utpatti viz., Ajeerna. Materials and Methods: 40 patients were selected based on inclusion criteria of Ajeerna of age group 20-60 years of either sex were participated in the study. They were randomly divided into two groups, Group A received Deepaneeya Mahakashaya and Group B Shunti Kashaya. S...