A DESCRIPTIVE, CROSS SECTIONAL STUDY TO EVALUATE AHARAJ HETU (DIETARY HABITS), VIHARAJ HETU(LIFESTYLE HABITS) MANSIK HETU AS AN ETIOPATHOGENETIC FACTOR OF YUVANPIDIKA W.R.S ACNE VULGARIS

Abstract- Appearance of an individual have major role in the personality. Gesture, stance, posture and facial expression have important role in personality development. ‘Acne’ is a  major obstacle when beauty is concern. There are so many products for acne in market. Acne is localized disease which hampers the beauty of face. To overcome the situation […]

 
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RANDOMIZED CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE EFFICACY OF SHIROPICHU AND JATAMANSI PHANTA IN NIDRANASHA W.S.R.TO INSOMNIA

ABSTRACT Present era is full of competition, everyone is struggling for existence. Man is working hard for day and night, besides that mental stress, addiction of alcohol,      tobacco leads to insufficient sleep. The disease Nidranasha (Insomnia) is gradually increasing in society and has become one of the common problem. According to modern science, […]

 
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AN OPEN LABELED SINGLE ARM PROSPECTIVE PHASE 1 CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE EFFICACY OF HERBAL HANDKERCHIEF PERFUMES IN PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF VATAJA PRATISHYAY(ALLERGIC RHINITIS)

ABSTRACT The burden of allergic rhinitis is enormous, constituting about 55% of all allergies. About 20-30%of Indian population suffers from at least one allergic diseases. In Ayurveda effective treatment modalities are available for such upcoming diseases. Vaman, Nasya are effective treatment in rhinitis along with Rasayan therapy. But such treatments are not feasible to all […]

 
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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF MADHUMEHA IN ALCOHOLIC & NON ALCOHOLIC PATIENTS W.S.R. TO BSL

ABSTRACT Rapid urbanization has changed the life style and dietary habits producing several diseases. Among them Madhumeha (Diabetes mellitus) is a chronic metabolic disorder, burning and challenging problem form medical science with worldwide distribution. Lifestyle diseases are our own creation. All these practices are termed as Apathya, as when practiced leads to the life style […]

 
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CLINICAL STUDY ON TRIPHALA GHRITA AASCHOTANA IN KUKUNAKA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO OPHTHALMIA NEONATORUM IN NEWBORNS.

ABSTRACT Ophthalmia Neonatorum i.e conjunctivitis of newborns may be infectious or non infectious. Globally infectious conjunctivitis occurs in 12% of neonates and 23% of neonates are affected with this condition in developing countries like India. The infections are due to lack of hygiene. The biggest risk factor is maternal infection. In absence of prophylaxis it […]

 
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