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AYU (An International Quarterly Journal of Research in Ayurveda)

Charak Samhita
Review Article
Pharmacodynamic appraisal of wound-healing herbs of Sushruta Samhita
Background: In Sushruta Samhita, various medicinal plants as single and compound formulations having Vrana-Shodhana (wound cleansing) and Vrana-Ropana (wound healing) pot...
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Efficacy of Vamana Karma (therapeutic emesis) followed by Darvyadi Kwatha (herbal decoction) in the management of prediabetes (Prameha) - A single-arm clinical trial
Background: Prediabetes is an alarming condition to control and prevent from developing diabetes mellitus which occurs due to the change in lifestyle and food habits. Timely untreated prediab...
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Efficacy of external application of oil and gel dosage forms of Aragvadhadi formulation in combination with Rasayana Churna in the management of Shwitra (vitiligo) - An open-labeled comparative clinical trial
Introduction: Aragvadhadi Taila (ART) is one of the herbomineral formulations mentioned in Chakradatta indicated in Shwitra (vitiligo). Modification of Taila form into ge...
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The efficacy of diet supplemented with Lepidium sativum (Chandrashoor) on expressed breast milk volume in hypogalactic mothers – An open-label noncross-over randomized trial
Background: Hypogalactia is the common condition, especially in preterm deliveries. Some herbs in Indian medicines such as Lepidium sativum L. (L. sativum) have galactogogeus ef...
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