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   1996| April-June  | Volume 15 | Issue 4  
    Online since November 11, 2011

 
 
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Pharmacognostical and clinical studies on wattakaka volubilis (Linn.f.)
Moni Thomas, P.T.A. Hepsibah, N.B.R. Prasad, P Sanjeev Kumar
April-June 1996, 15(4):277-281
Morphological, anatomical and clinical studies of the leaves of Wattakaka volubilis (Linn.f) were carried out. The taila of this leaf was found to be effective in pyoderma, tinea pedis scabies cuts and wounds and plantar psoriasis.
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Folklore remedies for dandruff from Tirumala hills of Andhra Pradesh
NS Balaji Rao, D Rajasekhar, D Chengal Raju
April-June 1996, 15(4):296-300
The report gives an account of the use of 25 plant species by local herbalists of tirumala hills, chittoor district of Andhra Pradesh for dandruff (seborheic). The paper discusses the methods of preparation and dose of administration of curde drugs as suggested by them.
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Investigation on fagonia cretica -Its effect on hormonal profile and immunomodulation in rats
V Abirami, RL Khosa, SK Dhar, M Sahai
April-June 1996, 15(4):259-263
The effect of alcoholic extracts of the aerial parts of fagonia cretica on estrous cycle and implantation in female albino rats was studied, It induced random omission of heat phase in eh estrous cycle and exhibited 100% anti implantation activity without exhibiting any toxic manifestation, However it was found to have some strong androgenic antiprogestational activity, and immunostimulating property.
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A new method for preparation of Kajjali
Tarun Kumar Pramanik
April-June 1996, 15(4):256-258
The article describe a new method for preparing Kajjali.
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Plant research in a new perspective
GG Gangadharan
April-June 1996, 15(4):254-255
In India and elsewhere research on medicinal plant is purely oriented towards developing potential drugs from plants. The cue for its therapeutic activity was taken from hundreds of folklores, Ayurveda, Siddha, Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) etc., No effort has been made so far in the main stream for developing a protocol for plant research for medicinal purposes. China which embraced an integrated approach to revitalize the TCM has also been following the direction initiated by the West. India as well as China, should develop an independent methodology. The question is whether the research is to help develop new drugs for modern medicine or to help to enrich the indigenous health cultures.
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A review on Nelumbo nucifera gaertn
Pulok K Mukherjee, R Balasubramanian, Kakali Saha, BP Saha, M Pal
April-June 1996, 15(4):268-276
Nelumbo nucifera Gaertn  (Family- Nymphaeaceae) is a well known plant in ancient medical sciences, Much research have been done on the leaves, flowers, seeds and rhizomes of the plant, Our present aim is to review all the work performed on the plant to get a clear idea to evaluate its various medicinal principles relating to phytochemical pharmacological microbiological and allied approaches.
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Drynaria quercifolia - An antifertility agent
A Rajendran, S Rajan
April-June 1996, 15(4):286-287
Which belongs to the family polypodiaceae is used as an antifertility agent among Kadars of Anamalai Hills Coimbatore District, Tamil Nadu.
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Phytochemical observations on some species of andrographis wall
C Alagesaboopathi, S Balu
April-June 1996, 15(4):293-295
Phytochemical studies of leaf of the herbs, Andrographis paniculata  and Andrographis lineate  (Acanthaceae) were carried out. Presence of phenolic compounds, flavonoids, alkaloids saponins and tannins and absence of steroids and triterpenoids have been reported there in this herbs for the first time.
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Effect of immue-21 on murine peritoneal macrophages and splenic lymphocytes
S Chatterjee, SN Das
April-June 1996, 15(4):250-253
Effect of Immue-21 (an herbal immunomodulator) was studied on different immunopharmacological models. Immue-21 significantly enhanced the mobilization and functional capacity of peritoneal macrophages of experimental animals. An elevated blastofenic response of splenic lymphocytes was observed in Immue-21 treated mice. The potential to modulate the immunity in general by Immue-21 assumes considerable therapeutic and/or prophylactic significance.
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An experiment on dehasiddhi with mercury
M Alexander
April-June 1996, 15(4):264-267
The author experimented with the dehasiddhi using mercury. The interesting experiment is narrated in this article.
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Some pharmacognostical characteristics of Asparagus racemosus willd, roots
Subhash C Mandal, Pulok K Mukherjee, A Nandy, M Pal, BP Saha
April-June 1996, 15(4):282-285
The macroscopic character of the roots physical constant values, extractive values, behaviour on treatment with different chemical reagents, fluorescence characters under ultra violet light after treatment with different chemical reagents of the powdered roots of Asparagus racemosus  Willd, (Fam. Liliaceae) were studied to fix some pharmacognostical parameters.
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Some pharmacognostical characteristics of Moringa oleifera lam. leaves
Saroj K Pal, Pulok K Mukherjee, Kakali Saha, M Pal, BP Saha
April-June 1996, 15(4):288-292
The macroscopic character of the leaflets ash values extractive values by different solvent extractive behavior on treatment with different chemical reagents fluorescence characters by treatment with different chemical reagents of the powdered leaves of Maoringa oleifera  lam (fam moringaceae) were studied to fix some pharmacognostical parameters, chemical group test of different extracts of the leaves were also performed.
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Hypoglycamic activity of extracts fo Ficus glomerata
K Balaji, V Venkiteshwarlu, VM Reddy
April-June 1996, 15(4):301-303
The petroleum ether (60-80o), chloroform methanol extracts of leaves and root bark of ficus glomerata (Moraceae) were prepared by successive solvent extraction followed by vacuum evaporation and the marc left after successive solvent extraction was extracts with boiling water to get aqueous extracts, all the extracts were subjected to qualitative chemical tests to find out phytoconstituents present in them. All the extracts were screened for their hypoglycaemic activity in normal and fasted rabbits fed with glucose, chloroform and methanolic extracts of leaves and chloroform extract of root bark of R. glomerata exhibited significant hypoglycaemic activity.
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BOOK REVIEW
Glimpses of Indian Ethnopharmacology
D Suresh Kumar
April-June 1996, 15(4):304-306
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