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1.  SHILAJIT: EVALUTION OF ITS EFFECTS ON BLOOD CHEMISTRY OF NORMAL HUMAN SUBJECTS 
Ancient Science of Life  2003;23(2):114-119.
The effect of Shilajit on blood chemistry was studied in normal human volunteers. Administration of two gms of Shilajit for 45 days did not produced any significant change in physical parameters i.e. blood pressure, pulse rate and body weight and similarly no charge was observed in hematological parameters. A signification reduction in Serum Triglycerides, Serum cholesterol with simultaneous improvement in HDL Cholesterol was seen, besides Shilajit also improved antioxidant status of volunteers. Results of study suggest hypolipidemic and strong antioxidant activity of Shilajit.
PMCID: PMC3330960  PMID: 22557121
2.  Some Pharmacognostical Characteristics of Tragia Involucrata Linn. Roots. 
Ancient Science of Life  2000;20(1-2):1-5.
The macroscopical characters of the roots, physical constant values, extractive values, colour, consistency and extractive values with different solvents, behaviour on treatment with different chemical reagents, fluorescence characters of liquid extracts and root powder after treatment with different chemical reagents under ultraviolet light of the powdered roots of Tragia involucrata Linn. (Fam Euphorbiaceae) were studied to fix some pharmacognostical parameters which will enable the future investigators for indentification of the plant. Preliminary phytochemical study on different extracts of the roots were also preformed.
PMCID: PMC3336427  PMID: 22556989
3.  EFFECT OF YASHADA BHASMA IN STREPTOZOTOCIN-INDUCED DIABETES 
Ancient Science of Life  1997;17(2):114-116.
An experimental study was conducted top evaluate the effect of yashada bhasma in streptozotocin induced diabetes in albino rats. All the details are presented in this study.
PMCID: PMC3331101  PMID: 22556830
4.  “EFFECT OF SWARNA VANGA ON MADHUMEHA IN ALBINO RATS” 
Ancient Science of Life  1988;8(1):30-37.
n this study on “Madhumeha” (Prameha) the authors discuss of minerlometallic preparations and its effect either as curative or as palliative measures in Prameha.
PMCID: PMC3331354  PMID: 22557626
5.  EXPERIMENTAL MODEL FOR THE STUDY OF ANTIDIABETIC EFFECT OF AYURVEDIC METALLIC PREPARATIONS 
Ancient Science of Life  1987;7(1):49-54.
To Substantiate the claims of Ayurvedic classics, animal experimentation with modern technology has been carried out in this paper. Various methods have been described for induction diabetes Mellitus or any other disease. Now it is the duty of an Ayurvedist to select the suitable method on the guidelines of Ayurvedic aetiology to produce a condition stimulating to Prameha (Madhumeha) and the best suitable method (Folin-Wu) for estimating the sugar content of blood is adopted. Besides this one must do experiment in all species and should confirm the finding by clinical evaluation. Side by side toxicity studies are also necessary.
PMCID: PMC3331374  PMID: 22557588

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