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   1996| January-March  | Volume 15 | Issue 3  
    Online since November 11, 2011

 
 
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Medicinal plants of Rajasthan in Indian system of medicine
YC Tripathi, VV Prabhu, RS Pal, RN Mishra
January-March 1996, 15(3):190-212
Medicinal plants used in Indian system of medicine from Rajasthan state have been surveyed and catagorised systematically. The paper deals with 205 medicinal plants, thoroughly indexed along with their important traditional application for the cure of various ailments.
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Tribal uses of plants from Narayanapatna region of Koraput district, Orissa
Sudhansu S Dash, Malaya K Misra
January-March 1996, 15(3):230-237
The paper reports the ethnomedicinal uses of 32 plants by the tribals of Narayanapatna area of koraput district, Orissa. Besides, uses of other plants or plant products are also dealt, with. Distribution of plants in the area, their field numbers, local and oriya names are appended.
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Studies on Melothria maderasapatana (Linn). Cogn
BN Sinha, J Thanigavelan, SP Basu, E Sukumar
January-March 1996, 15(3):238-240
This communication is a report of some preliminary studies followed by chemical investigations done on the aerial parts of Melothria maderaspatana  (Linn) Cogn., a plant drug used in traditional system of medicine in India against a variety of diseases.
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Effect of svasa kuthararasa and sirishadi kashaya on patients of tamaka svasa
Mahesh Chandra, BN Upadhyay, JK Mishra
January-March 1996, 15(3):213-218
The article highlights their therapeutic role of svasa kuthara rasa and sirishadi kashaya in the management of bronchial asthma.
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Standardisation of the Ayurvedic medicine pindataila
P.T.A. Hepsibah, MP Rosamma, N.B.R. Prasad, P Sanjeev Kumar
January-March 1996, 15(3):222-225
Pinda Taila is a medicated oil used Ayurveda for vaatharakta, the aim of the present study is to fix physicochemical standards for the above Taila. Though the analytical values can be as preliminary reference standards, these values are mostly related to the purity of the sesame oil, the thin layer chromatography (TLC) studies of the Taila are more useful to detect the presence of single drugs present in panda Taila.
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Effect of foliar fertilisation on growth of Solanum trilobatum L.
S Balu, S Madhavan, T Babu
January-March 1996, 15(3):172-175
The effects of the fertilizers, CYTOZYME, MIRACLE, PLANOFIX and VIPUL on Solanum trilobatum  were studied CYTOZYME showed improved morphometric performance and the highest yield. VIPUL contributed greater drought resistance to the medicinal plant.
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Dietary management in prameha
RK Acharya, BN Upadhyay, LD Dwivedi
January-March 1996, 15(3):176-189
An interesting clinical study on dietitics I diabetes treatment is presented in this article.
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A clinical study of parinamasula and its treatment with satavari (Asparagus Racemosus WilLD.)
Bharti , CM Maheshwari, SK Tewari
January-March 1996, 15(3):162-165
Twenty cases of parinamasula (duodenal ulcer) were selected for the clinical study. The patients were diagnosed on the basis of barium meal, X-ray and gastric analysis in addition to the clinical history and physical examination. All the cases were ulcer positive or with duodenal bulb deformity. Group A (15cases) was having hyperchlorhydria and hyperacidity and group B (5cases) was having normal gastric acidity. All the patients were given satawari tuberous root powder 20 gm/day in three divided doses with milk for one month and the results were assessed.
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Santolina volatile oil, a potential antifeedant for the control of the brown plant hopper, milaparvatha lugens
B Suresh, S Sriram, S Balasubramanian, T Manoharan
January-March 1996, 15(3):166-168
The essential oil of santolina chamaecyparissus reduced the survival of Nilaparvatha lugens after 72 hours. The oil is found to be a good pesticide.
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Swertia spp: A source of bitter compounes for medicinal use
Bhupender Dutt, LJ Srivastava, JM Singh
January-March 1996, 15(3):226-229
Swertia is an important genus used in Indian medicine. A comprehensive review on this genus is presented in this article.
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Homoeopathic flora of India 2 : Tropaeolaceae
S Rajan
January-March 1996, 15(3):219-221
This papar gives a detailed account of description and illustration of the plant Tropaeolum majus Linn. Used in the homoeopathic system of medicine.
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Studies on standardisation of tribhuvanakirti rasa
RG Agrawal, PC Joshi, MJ Pandey, G Pandey
January-March 1996, 15(3):169-171
The drug standardization project functioning at IIADR, Tarikhet has carried out chemical studies and other investigations on Tribhuvanakirti rasa a commonly used medicinal preparation in current practice, these studies are presented in this paper.
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BOOK REVIEW
Book Review
D Suresh Kumar
January-March 1996, 15(3):241-243
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