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   1998| July-September  | Volume 18 | Issue 1  
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Standardisation of Eladi choornam
A Thankamma, LG Radhika, C Soudamini
July-September 1998, 18(1):35-40
This paper deals with the standardisation of Eladhi choornam . It is a compound preparation of 6 ingredients along with sugar, viz 1. Nagakesara, 2. Maricham, 3. Twak, 4. Ela, 5. Sunti, 6. Pippali. Chromatographic technique was used for the detection of the ingredients. Different solvent systems were developed for each ingredients and spots were visualized in Iodine vapours. Presence of spots with identical Rf values in the single drugs and finished product indicate the presence of the single drugs in the finished product the parameters evolved in this stud can be considered viable for this preparation.
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Tribal medicine of Andhra Pradesh
S Vedavathy, V Mridula, A Mridula, A Sudhakar, T Siddhamma
July-September 1998, 18(1):58-63
The study undertaken during 1994 - 1997 in Andhra Pradesh, India regarding folklore medicinal aspects, resulted in comparative account of the medicinal practices of different tribes. The information is given in brief to give an idea of their therapeutic knowledge and the use of various herbs.
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A spectrophotometric method to estimate piperine in piper species
SK Chauhan, GP Kimothi, BP Singh, S Agarwal
July-September 1998, 18(1):84-87
A Simple, rapid and economical procedure for estimation of piperine by UV Spectrophotometer in different piper species was developed and is described. The method is based on method is based on the identification of piperine by TLC and on the ultra violet absorbance maxima in alcohol at 328 nm.
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Pharmacognosy of leaves of Wrightia tinctoria R. Br.
N Mahadevan, K Moorthy, P Perumal, S Varadha Raju
July-September 1998, 18(1):78-83
Wrightia tinctora  is a tree widely used by the peoples of Tamil Nadu as a traditional medicine for pain and inflammations. Latex form the plant especially from leaves is directly applied on inflammation. This plant is very closely related to other species of Wrightia  and hence pharmacognostical and preliminary phytochemical studies of Wrightia tinctoria  leaves were carried out.
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Clinical evaluation of Dhatrilauha in Parinamasula
PK Gupta, KP Shukla, JP Gupta
July-September 1998, 18(1):3-18
Parinamashoola  is a very common clinical problem in our day to day practice. Its clinical picture is very much similar to non ulcer dyspepsia and peptic ulcer disease. Dhatrilauha  is herbomineral compound drug. Which is being used in Ayurveda for same. The present study was planned to assess the efficacy of Dhatrilauha  on scientific parameters in this study total number of cases were taken into account and divided in to trial and control group in control group a modern proved drug ranitidine is taken to compare the results this study produced very promising results of trial drug.
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Pharmacological actions of CARDIPRO on cardiovascular system
S Chatterjee, SN Das, SK Agrawala
July-September 1998, 18(1):64-77
CARDIPRO is a polyhedral anti-oxidant and cardiotonic formulation recommended to be used in various cardiovascular disturbances, effect of CARDIPRO on different in vitro and in vivo cardiovascular responses were studied. CARDIPRO produced hypotensive effect in dogs and rabbits. The effect was blocked by prior atropinization, CARDIPRO also potentiated and prolonged the beta receptor mediated hypotensive action of adrenaline in dogs. CARDIPRO was found to produce peripheral vasodilation in perfused frog blood vessels, CARDIPRO exerted positive ionotrpic and negative chronotropic effects on perfused amphibian and mammalian heart (isolated and in situ) it also produced transient positive ionotrpic effect on hypodynamic frog hert. CARDIPRO enhanced the amplitude of contractive response of isolated rat auricle. CARDIPRO did not produce an per se effect on electrocardiogram of rabbits, CARDIPRO enhanced both basal and maximum coronary perfusion flow in isolated perfused rabbi hert. The cardiotonic properly of CARDIPRO along with its peripheral and coronary vasodiating effects may greatly help in management of carediovascular diseases.
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Chemistry and antimicrobial activity of the essential oil from Anisomeles indica (L)
RN Yadava, Deepak Barsainya
July-September 1998, 18(1):41-45
The percentage composition and antimicrobial activity of the essential oil obtained from the flowers of Anisomeles indica  (L) are described in this paper.
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Anti - inflammatory and antimicrobial activities of the root, bark and leaves of Azadirachta indica
S Manogaran, N Sulochana, S Kavimani
July-September 1998, 18(1):29-34
Azadirachta indica  is a plant of varied uses in Ayurveda since ancient times and is highly extolled by expert physicians and as well as practitioners of folk medicines. Almost every part of the tree has long been used in folklore and traditional systems of medicine for the treatment of a variety of human ailments. The 50% acetone extract of the root, bark and leaves of A. indica sowed marked anti- inflammatory activity in carrageenan induced edema in rats, Antimicrobial activity was also tested.
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The effect of aqueous extract of Orthosiphon thymiflorus on isolated skeletal muscles
S Kavimani, R Elango, Malaya Gupta, UK Majumdar
July-September 1998, 18(1):46-49
Effects of an aqueous extract of Orthosiphon thymiflorus  on acetyl choline induces contraction on isolated frog rectus abdominis muscle were studies. The aqueous extract of Orthosiphon thymiflorus  produced significant inhibitory effect on the dose response curve of acetyl choline. It is concluded that the aqueous extract of Orthosiphon thymiflorus  ma exert an inhibitory effect on the skeletal muscle contraction and may be due to inhibition of the effect of acetylcholine at the receptor site.
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Pharmacological investigations on Aglaia roxburghiana (w. &.a) Miq. Var. beddomei leaves
S Janaki, S Vijayasekaran, R Bima Rao
July-September 1998, 18(1):52-57
Aglaia roxburghiana  is a traditional remedy for a variety of diseases. The ethanolic extract of the leaves was screened for related activities were upon it exhibited significant anti-inflammatory activity in rats in acute and chronic models. There was no acute toxicity in mice upto 2g/kg. The extract protected the mast cell deregulation by compound 48/80 and inhibited histamine induced contractions in guinea pig ileum. The data obtained in this study suggest that the extract ma act by stabilizing mast cells ad blocking histamine receptors.
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Antimicrobial action of the leaf extract of Jatropha tanjorensis (E&R) R. Sekaran
R Sekaran
July-September 1998, 18(1):50-51
The ethalonic extract of the leaves of Jatropha tanjorensis  Ellis & Saroja was tested for antimicrobial activities against gram positive - Bacillus cereus, Bacillus subtilis, staphylococcus aureus, gram negative E. coli and mycobacterium pheli
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Chemical analysis of Cuvacak kutori mattirai
A Saraswathy, M Girija Rani
July-September 1998, 18(1):24-28
Cuvacak kutori (mattiral)  is an important herbal medicine prescribed for bronchial asthma in siddha system of medicine. In order to evolve pharmacopoeial standards, the medicine was prepared in laboratory scale and chemically analysed. Analytical data along with the tlc pattern can be used for fixing standards.
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Effect of biochanin - A against filarial vector
NS Nagarajan, CN Manoj, R Priya, Thilagavathy Daniel, M Sakthivadivel
July-September 1998, 18(1):19-23
A successful attempt of using sodium salt of a water- insoluble larvicide, as an alternative to the use of solutions of such larvicides in acetone and water, for the larvicidal studies is made, in the present study biochanin - A an isoflavone isolated from the flowers of Dalbergia sissoides (grah) when assessed for larvicidal study as its sodium salt on the fourth instar larvae of Culex quinquefasciatus (Sa) showed significant larvicidal activity [LC 50 308.238ppm, LC90 1889.926 ppm].
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