ROLE OF GARBHA-SANSKAR IN MCH (NATIONAL PROGRAMME): SCOPE & CHALLENGES” Vd. Tushar Bhuvad *, Vd. Shraddha Chaudhari, Vd. Ashok Ramteke, Dr.Santoshi Rane

ABSTRACT According to ‘National Health policy Draft 2015’ Maternal mortality contributes about 4% of all mortalities in the 15-49 age group of women. According to 7 keys policy, the important mainstreaming of AYUSH accelerated with NRHM to help the functioning of ‘National Programmes ’is being emphasised. This policy supports the integration of AYUSH systems at […]

 
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RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE ANALGESIC ACTIVITY OF MAHANIMBA (MELIA AZEDARACH LINN.) IN GRIDHRASI( SCIATICA)- Dr.Shraddha Chaudhari*Dr.Tushar P. Bhuvad2 , Dr.Ashok Ramteke3

ABSTRACT PURPOSE: Gridhrasi is a disease having cardinal symptom of pain, difficulty in walking which can be correlated to Sciatica . Use of mahanimba in gridhrasi is specifically indicated in texts like sharangdhar, bhavprakash, shodhal, nighanturatnakar, vangasen. Mahanimba is said to be vedana–hara, raktaruja–hara, vedanasthapaka. Mahanimba is a tikta, Kashayadravya having sheetaviryastill its use is […]

 
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Clinical study of Kulatthadi Bastiin the management of Sthaulya(Obesity). Vd.Tushar P. Bhuvad*, Vd. Shraddha Chaudhari ,Dr. Ashok Ramteke

Background:Obesity is one of the major lifestyledisorder of present era which is responsible for many other non-communicable diseases.Globally Obesity rates have more than doubled since 1980. This report is further evidence of the dramatic increasein this condition that triggers heart diseases, diabetes andmore chronic complications particularly in low and middle income countries.In the Ayurvedic Management […]

 
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All About Allspice (Pimenta dioica Linn.)-An Ayurvedic Perspective. Vd. Sayali Shintre1 Vd. Ashok Ramteke1

Abstract:- “Anukta Dravyas” is a challenge for Ayurveda Faculty. However Research on these dravyas (Extra pharmacopoeial Drugs ) will prove beneficial Remedy and enrich Ayurvedic Literature with New Dravyas. Allspice (Pimentadioica Linn.) plant, a native to Jamaica, cultivated and used in many parts of India is still Anukta for Ayurveda. This study was undertaken with […]

 
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SINGLE HERBAL DRUGS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ASTHIKSHAYA (OSTEOPOROSIS): A REVIEW 1 Dr. Sneha K. Awale, 2 Dr. Ashok D. Ramteke, 3Vd. Rajshree Gavand, 4Vd. Santoshi Rane

ABSTRACT Ayurveda is a “Divine science” due to its origin as well as its incredible strength. According to Ayurveda dosha, dhatu and mala are responsible factors for utpatti, sthiti and laya of human body. The function of dhatu is dharana of the sharira (body). Among the dhatu, asthidhatu is responsible for maintenance of structural frame […]

 
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