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EDITORIAL
1.  Call for perseverance and resources- the vital teeth of key to success in Ayurveda research
ORIGINAL ARTICLE
1.  Determination of antimicrobial potential of five herbs used in Ayurveda practices against Candida albicans, Candida parapsilosis and Methicillin resistant Staphylococcus aureus
2.  PROTECTIVE EFFECT OF STANDARDIZED EXTRACT OF PASSIFLORA INCARNATA FLOWER IN PARKINSONíS AND ALZHEIMERíS DISEASE
3.  A METALLURGICAL STUDY OF NAGA BHASMA
4.  Traditional Consumption of the fruit pulp of Chrysophyllum albidium (Sapotecea) in pregnancy may be serving as an intermittent preventive therapy (IPT) against malaria infection
5.  EFFECT OF BHRAMARI PRANAYAMA PRACTICE ON PULMONARY FUNCTION IN HEALTHY ADOLESCENTS - A RANDOMIZED CONTROL STUDY
6.  Anti-anxiety and anti-depressant like effects of Murraya koenigii in experimental models of anxiety and depression
7.  Chemical Characterization of an Ayurvedic Herbo-Mineral Formulation - Vasantakusmakara Rasa: A Potential Tool for Quality Assurance
CASE REPORT
1.  Successful Management of a rare case of Reiterís syndrome through Ayurveda
2.  Autoimmune bullous skin disease managed with Ayurvedic Treatment; A Case Report
3.  Management of recurrent Nasal vestibular furunculosis by Jalukavacharan and Palliative Treatment-A Case report
REVIEW ARTICLE
1.  Antidiabetic effects of artemisia species: A systematic review
READERS VIEWPOINT/LETTERS
1.  Knowledge and awareness of pharmacovigilance among Ayurveda Physicians in Himachal Pradesh


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