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   1989| October-December  | Volume 9 | Issue 2  
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Male sexual disorders in Indian traditional medicine- A historical review
MM Padhi
October-December 1989, 9(2):90-94
The description of male sexual disorders by ancient authors of Indian medicine is praiseworthy. Effort has been made to describe the standard of approach with reference to certain books on Ayurveda and astrology. The development of administration of mineral medicines has added a new aspect in their treatment, but the description regarding their forms, etiopathogenesis, prognosis and the principle of treatment has remained unchanged. The opinions of various authors have been presented historically from vedic age up to the modern era. The present status of treatment and the role of Ayurveda in the treatment of sexual dysfunctions have been highlighted here.
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Concept of prameha/madhumeha (contradictions and compromises)
A.R. V Murthy, RH Singh
October-December 1989, 9(2):71-79
Of all the misleading statements Caraka's categorical declaration that all pramehas if not treated ends up as Madhumeha stands formost. Outlining a common samprapti for all Mutratipravrittaja Rogas appears to be the basic misleading efforts. Extremely limited description at certain points only adds to the confusion. Untiring efforts of the enthusiastic scholars to prove that Madhumeha is synonymous with Diabetes Mellitus have failed to help. The present study undertakes to discuss these aspects in detail and endeavours to come out with some solutions without compromising much on the classical concepts.
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Yasada bhasma : An effective hypoglycaemic drug
CM Prasad, AV Sharma
October-December 1989, 9(2):69-70
The bioevaluation of yasada bhasma was carried out on experimental animals and was found to be a very effective hypoglycaemic drug.
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Ethno-medico-bot anical studies of cheriya arayan-and valiya arayan- (Aristolochia indica, Linn; Aristolochia tagala, Cham)
S Rajashekharan, P Pushpangadan, PK Ratheesh Kumar, CR Jawahar, C.P R. Nair, L Sarada Amma
October-December 1989, 9(2):99-106
This paper presents two important species of plants used by the Kanitribes of Agastyar hills of Trivandrum district of Kerala against snake-poison and insect bite.
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Anti-fertility effects of some plants used by the street herbal vendors for birth control
Rajiv K Sinha, GS Nathawat
October-December 1989, 9(2):66-68
The Herbal Vendors are the descendants of ancient mobile tribal medicine men. Now -a -days they sell crude Herbal Drugs on the streets of India. They have knowledge of medicinal plants - a skill which inherited from their forefathers. Also they are aware of the medicinal value of certain locally growing plants which are administered and control fertility and, do help family planning.
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The seven theories identifying the some plant
S Mahdihassan
October-December 1989, 9(2):86-89
The author attempts in this paper to identify the soma Plant by interpreting various texts and ascribes to seven theories in support of the study.
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Contribution to the wood anatomy of tinospora sinensis (lour) merrill in relation with T.cordifolia miers
SD Bonde, AS Upaehye
October-December 1989, 9(2):80-85
Morphologically Tincspora sinensis (Lour.) Merrill is differentiated from T. cordifolia Miers. Only by the tomentose leaves. The present anatomical study aids in differentiating pieces of woods of T. sinensis from those of T. cordifolia which is often mixed as adulterant or substitute for T. cordifolia in several Ayurvedic compound preparations.
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India's community health workers scheme: A sociological analysis
Charles Leslie
October-December 1989, 9(2):40-53
The author discusses in this paper India's massive Community Health workers scheme launched in 1977, and analyses its merits and demerits minutely here.
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Standardisation of ayurvedic medicines-Dasamulam Kasayam*
AR Somanathan, K Sadanandan, NP Damodaran
October-December 1989, 9(2):54-60
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'Studies on testicular regenertive potential of Naga Bhasma'
Singh Maksoodan, Joshi Damodar, NC Arya
October-December 1989, 9(2):95-98
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The organ kloma: A fresh appraisal
Vilas M Nanal
October-December 1989, 9(2):61-65
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The healthy vegetarian: By Swami Satchidananda
H Chevalier
October-December 1989, 9(2):107-108
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