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1.  KUTAJA BIJA – ITS PHARMACOGNOSY 
Ancient Science of Life  1984;3(4):203-206.
Kutaja bija, Kudasappalai or Inderjou is an important seed drug in Ayurveda, Siddha and Unani Medicines. The market sample of Madras Crude drug trade has been identified in our laboratory as the seeds of Holarrhena – anti – dysenterica wall of the family Apocynaceae. The morphology, anatomy, fluorescence analysis and chemical studies of the drugs are reported.
PMCID: PMC3331573  PMID: 22557406
2.  KATTU SIRAKAM – ITS PHARMACOGNOSY 
Ancient Science of Life  1984;3(3):140-142.
Kattusirakam or Vanajira is an important fruit drug in Siddha and Ayurveda systems of Medicine. The market sample of Madras has been identified in our laboratory as the fruits, commonly known as seeds of Centratherum anthelminticum (Willd) Kuntz. (Syn. Veronia anthelmintica Willd) of the family Compositate. The morphology, anatomy, fluorescence analysis and chemical characters of the drug are dealt with here.
PMCID: PMC3331554  PMID: 22557396
3.  MISKITARAMASHIA 
Ancient Science of Life  1983;3(1):27-30.
Miskitaramashia is a special single drug in Unani system of medicine and it has been identified as Lallemantia royleana (Wall) Benth. Of the family Labiacae. Its pharmacognostical characters hava also been reported here.
PMCID: PMC3331537  PMID: 22557373
4.  THE PHARMACOGNOSY OF NATTU ATIVIDAYAM – THE CORMS OF CRYPTOCORYNE SPIRALIS FISCH 
Ancient Science of Life  1982;1(4):200-205.
The pharmacognosy of Nattu Attivdayam the corms of Cryptocoryne spiralis Fisch – its macroscopical, microscopical and chemical studies – is reported
PMCID: PMC3336695  PMID: 22556490
5.  IDENTIFICATION OF THE INGREDIENTS IN CURNA, KVATHA CURNA LEHYA AND RASAYANA – A SIMPLE MICROSCOPIC METHOD 
Ancient Science of Life  1981;1(1):58-66.
Triphala Curna, Triphatladi Kvatha Curna, Inji Rasayanam and Manibhadra Lehya of Indian System of Medicine were examined microscopically and the methods of identifying their ingredients were reported as one of the quality control standards.
PMCID: PMC3336650  PMID: 22556462

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