Ancient Science of Life - Volume 7, issue 3 & 4

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Electronic ISSN
2249-9547
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0257-7941

Abstract

This paper discusses in brief stressing the modern scientific views as well as ancient Indian concept of it. A compound developed from the chemical reaction of Haritala (Orpiment), Parada (Mercury) and Palasha Bhasma (white ash of Butea Monosperma) was evaluated here and observed to have market p

Journal: Ancient Science of Life, vol. 7, no. 3 & 4, 1988

Abstract

The proper way of using the common ayurvedic drug Haritaki as depicted in Brihatrayee is discussed. It is evidenced that the entire fruits should be used as the drug unless otherwise specified to derive the optimum benefit and discarding any part results in the loss of the particular therapeutic

Journal: Ancient Science of Life, vol. 7, no. 3 & 4, 1988