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Hand Book of Ayurvedic & Herbal Medicines with Formulaes
Hand Book of Ayurvedic & Herbal Medicines with Formulaes
ISBN Number:8186732381
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The book covers Introduction, Fundamental  Principles, Drugs, Cannabis in Ancient Medical Texts, Garlic in Ancient Indian Medical Texts, Herbal Tonic, Hypolipidemic Herbal Compound,Compound for Rheumatoid  Arthritis, Compound for Rheumatoid Arthritis-B, Compounds for Migraine, Antidepressive Herbs, Spermatic Tonic , Chyavanprasha Capsules, Alfalfa Tonic , Geriatric Tonic, Herbs for Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy, Herbal Vaginal Pessary, Emmenagogue Compound-A,Emmenagogue Compound-B.... read more

HAND BOOK OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINES WITH FORMULATIONS
HAND BOOK OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINES WITH FORMULATIONS
ISBN Number:8186732950
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The book covers Herbal Medicine, Herbs, General Directions for The Preparation and Use of Herbs, Tonic Herbs, Herbs Used to Treat Disease, Churna-Powder, Mishra Churna, asava Medicated Wine, Quatha Decoction, Guti Vati Tablets, Guti Vati Rasa Mercurial and Other Tablets, Guti Vati Suvarnyukta Tablets Cotnaining Gold Bhasma, Parpati Vati Parpati Tablets, Pishti Fine Processed Powder, Bhasma (Calx), Kuplpakwa Rasayana, Ghana Avaleha and Paka,.... read more

Even as Swami Ramdev battles accusations about bones in herbal medicines, the Indian herbal industry has moved one step forward in countering allegations of heavy metal content in herbal drugs.


After international charges of harmful heavy metal content in herbal medicines, the Indian ayurvedic industry is fighting back.


With the approval of Union Health Ministry, the industry has now set guidelines for standardised heavy metal content in ayurvedic drugs.


This is expected to help open talks with health authorities in UK, Canada and the US for resumption of ayurvedic exports.


"If we are exporting something for global use, then we must try to satisfy the requirements for these products. I'm not saying we should blindly follow what is required by the pharma industry internationally, but we need a process by which to communicate with different authorities," CEO of Zandu Pharma Narendra Bhatt says.


While metals such as lead is a basic constituent in many ayurvedic drugs, health authorities in the west feel these could be harmful if not substantiated by scientific records.


Even as attempts are on for greater recognition for the Indian ayurvedic sector, sector experts feel that utter neglect of a handful ayurvedic players has complicated matters.

 
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