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1.  CLINICAL TRIAL OF CERTAIN AYURVEDIC MEDICINES INDICATED IN VITILIGO 
Ancient Science of Life  1990;9(4):202-206.
An Ayurvedic preparation consisting of dried ginger, black pepper, pippali and leadwort root fermented in cow's urine was given internally and a paste made of several meical herbs including Psoralea corylifolia for external application was tried in patients with vitiligo. 4 out of 10 patients had relief within six months of treatment. Three patients had relief with adverse reaction on the skin and other did not respond. The preparations did not have any adverse effect in the body as seen from haematological parameters and biochemical tests.
PMCID: PMC3331338  PMID: 22557698
2.  ANTI-CANCER ACTIVITY OF NIGELLA SATIVA 
Ancient Science of Life  1989;8(3-4):262-266.
An extract of Smilax china, Hemidesmus indicus and Nigella Sativa on the ratio 3:2:1, prepared by boiling in water and concentrated could completely cure cases of oral canger diagnosed by modern methods. Cytotoxic studies with the three components showed activity in Nigella sativa at a concentration of 25 microgram equivalent of the dry powder against Dalton's lymphoma ascites cells. Animal experiments indicated the retarded growth of ascites as compared to the controls with a longivity of 90%.
PMCID: PMC3336718  PMID: 22557660
3.  ANTIPOISONOUS PROPERTY OF CANAVALIA VIROSA 
Ancient Science of Life  1988;8(2):103-105.
Canavalia virosa seed is applied on the wound after removing the seed coat. This sticks to the skin till the poison is completely removed and falls off which takes five to seven hours. There is complete relief of the poisoning in the case of Scorpion, Centipede., and the seeds which have been detected and studied here.
PMCID: PMC3331357  PMID: 22557638
4.  YOGA AND AYURVEDA 
Ancient Science of Life  1982;2(1):I.
PMCID: PMC3336699  PMID: 22556955
6.  FULL EXPLORATION NEEDED 
Ancient Science of Life  1982;1(3):1.
PMCID: PMC3336675  PMID: 22556477

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