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POISONOUS (VISA) PLANTS IN AYURVEDA

POISONOUS (VISA) PLANTS IN AYURVEDA
$30.50
Item Code: IDF513
Author: Dr.L.B. Singh
Publisher: Chaukhambha Sanskrit Bhawan
Language: English
Edition: 2009
ISBN: 8186937536
Pages: 215
Cover: Paperback
Other Details: 9.0" X 5.5"
From the Jacket:

This book is a boon for Ayurvedic graduates as well as Ayurvedic Post graduates M.D.(Ay) Students. This book is a guide line for Research scholar of Ayurvedic as well as Modern scientific researcher. Ayurvedic Ras therapy contains lot of compound of Vatasanabh. Visa also utilized in Ayurvedic therapy Dr. Singh also tried to incorporate modern scientific knowledge with regards to all the poisonous plant. Its description is based on the ancient vedic literature and his practical scientific experiment in Pharmacy and drug standardisation. Author has been tried to evaluate the role of compound " Kubja Vinod Rasa"in Rhumatoid arthritis and so many stress diseases. The English edition of this book will add new dimentions to the popularing and the scope of this branch of knowledge in this era.

About the Author:

Dr. Lal Bahadur Singh born in village Amawal, Sakaldiha of Varanasi District, U.p.Graduated in Ayurveda from Lucknow University and completed M.D. (Ay) Ras-Shastra and Ph.D (Ras-Shastra) from Banaras Hindu University. He has served in the Prestigious Ayurvedic Pharmacy, I.M.S, B.H.U.. During his stay he specially worked in the field of Drug Standardisation. In year Jan.1986 he has joined as Lecturer Ras-Shastra in State Ayurvedic Post Graduate College, Pilibhit U.P. for last eight yearsworking as a member of Drug Pannel of U.P Govt. Deptt. of Ayurveda and Unani Services.U.P.

Dr. Singh has published about 200 researcher paper in national and international journals. He has attended more than sixty scientific conferences and workshops. He has completed two research project sponseered by Indian National Science Academy, New Delhi and Bajaj Ayurveda Sewashram Varanasi and written preface of so many books written by prominent author of the subject, supervised eight postgraduate scholar for their post graduate thesis.

CONTENTS
1 Concept of Visa (Poisons) in Ayurveda 1-3
2 Poisonous Plants in Ancient India 4-31
3 Vatsanabh (Aconite) in Rasa-Therapy 32-52
4 International Reports on Chemistry and Pharmacology 53-66
5 Sanskrit References 67-107
6 Experimental Study 108-171
7 Clinical Evaluation of Kubjavinoda-Rasa in Rheumatoid Arthritis 172-204
8 Bibliography 205-215

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