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   2003| January-March  | Volume 22 | Issue 3  
    Online since November 11, 2011

 
 
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Tantra yukti method of theorization in Ayurveda
Anuradha Singh
January-March 2003, 22(3):64-74
Method of theorization (Tantra Yukti-s given in Ayurvedic texts) is analyzed in the backdrop of scientific method. Thirty six methodic devices are singled out from texts for analysis in terms of truth specific, theory specific and discourse specific issues. The paper also points out exact problems in conception of method in Ayurveda and Science.
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Spontaneous or induced regression of cancer a novel research strategy for Ayurvidya
Ashok Vaidya, Rama Vaidya, Vidita Vaidya, Gunvanti , Bharati Joshi, Jyoti Mody, Jayashree Joshi, Ashok Amonkar, Satyavati Sirsat
January-March 2003, 22(3):75-83
Regression of cancer has been an interiguiny factor for medicinal science. This article is bringing out some interesting data on this issue with a view to generate in the Ayurvedic researchers to see the possibilities of Ayurveda in induced regression of cancer.
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Common herbs used in different skin disorders as described in Ayurvedic classics
OR Singh, B Das, MM Padhi, NS Tewari
January-March 2003, 22(3):88-94
Diseases of skin account for a great deal of misery, suffering, incapacity and economic loss, Including the genetic causes the diet, climate, sunlight mental factors and allergy etc. have been proved as aetiological factors beyond doubts. Natural herbs seem to be more promising in the field of dematology as already described in ancient Ayurvedic texts.
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Antimicrobial studies on methanol extract of Benincasa hispida cogn., fruit.
D Natarajan, RJ Lavarasan, S Chandra babu, M.A.C. Sahib Thambi Refai, LH Thameemul Ansari
January-March 2003, 22(3):98-100
The methanol extract of wax gourd, the fruits of Benincasa hispida cogn .(Cucurbitaceae) was found to show no inhibition against three gram positive bacteria Staphylococcus aureus, Staphylococcus epidermidis, and Bacillus subtilis and three gram negative bacteria Escherichia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Klebsiella pneumonia by cup-plate method whereas antifungal studies showed significant inhibition against Candida albicans in the concentration of 30 mg/ml and there was no inhibition against Aspergillus niger.
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Anti - cancer drugs from traditional plants of Sitapur District (Uttar Pradesh)
M Badruzzaman Siddiqui
January-March 2003, 22(3):95-97
The paper deals with some important medicinal plants growing in the Sitapur district of Vttar Pradesh province used as an anti cancer activities. 10 spaceies are reported along with doses and mode of administration. Neither the putative plant remedies evaluated nor any chemical principles identified.
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Antimicrobial activity of the roots of Cocculus hirsutus
Satish Nayak, AK Singhai
January-March 2003, 22(3):101-105
Cocculus hirsutus  Linn was studied for antimicrobial activity against Staphylococcus aureus, Echerchia coli, Pseudomonas aeruginosa and Salmonella typhi using agar disc-diffusion method. Petroleum ether extract, Ethanolic extract and Crude alkaloidal fraction were screened for the activity in various concentrations and zone of inhibitions were recorded. Results suggest that the Ethanolic extract and Crude alkaloidal fraction have significant antimicrobial activity against test microorganisms and the activity is found to be concentration dependent. Present findings justify the claimed uses of Cocculus hirsutus  in the indigenous systems of medicine to treat various infectious diseases.
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Pharmacognostical and phytochemical studies on leaves of Anisomeles malabarica R.BR.
R Suthar Singh, M Uvarani, S Raghu Raman
January-March 2003, 22(3):106-110
The present study includes the morphological and anatomical characteristic of the leaf along with the determination of physio chemical constants, phytochemical screening and volatile oil content determination on the leaves of Anisomeles malabarica  (LAMIACEAE) to provide some pharmocognostical standards and serves as a standard reference for the identification of Anisomeles malabarica .
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Antimicrobial activity of root extracts of Dalbergia spinosa Roxb.
R Senthamarai, G Umadevi, KP Jai Ganesh
January-March 2003, 22(3):84-87
The different concentrations of benzene, alcoholic and aqueous root extracts of Dalbergia spinosa  Roxb. (Fabaceae) have been studied for its anitmicrobial activity against certain gram positive (Staphylococcus aureus), gram negative (Pseudomonas aeruginosa, Klebsiellapneumoniae, Escherichia coli) bacteria and fungi (Candida albicans) using cup plate method. Benzene, alcoholic extracts(50, 75 and 100 μg/ml) and aqueous extract only at higher concentration (100 μg / ml) exhibited significant activity.
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Antifertility effect of Lindenbergia indica (70% EtOH) extract
Ashok Purohit, Surendra K Vyas
January-March 2003, 22(3):111-114
Oral feeding of 70% EtOH extract of Lindenbergia indica  to female rats at the dose of 500 mg/kg body weight and 1000 mg / kg body weight caused significant reduction of serum cholesterol, HDL - cholesterol, triglycerides & phospholipids (P≤ 0.05 to P≤ 0.001). Where as the protein levels were not reduced significantly. Fertility test showed 100% negative results. The negative fertility reflects the arrest of Oogenesis & depletion of estrogen level. Further Lindenbergia indica  reflects antiestrogenic nature.
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Exim bank study highlights export potential of Ayurveda and Siddha Products & Services From Southern India

January-March 2003, 22(3):115-115
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