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1.  FARMACOGNOSTICAL STUDIES ON THE SOUTH INDIAN MARKET SAMPLE OF KARKATASRINGI (KADUKKAIPOO) – TERMINALIA CHEBUL (GAERTN. LEAF GALL) 
Ancient Science of Life  1991;11(1-2):16-22.
Pharmacognostical studies on the South Indian market sample of Karkatasringi (Terminalia chebula leaf galls) were carried out along with comparative studies on Pistacia integerima which is the accepted source of Karkatasringi. The galls of T. chebula are also known as Kadukkai Poo in Siddha system.
PMCID: PMC3336586  PMID: 22556552
2.  HARITAKI – ITS PROPER WAY OF USING AS PER BRIHATRAYEE 
Ancient Science of Life  1988;7(3-4):180-182.
The proper way of using the common ayurvedic drug Haritaki as depicted in Brihatrayee is discussed. It is evidenced that the entire fruits should be used as the drug unless otherwise specified to derive the optimum benefit and discarding any part results in the loss of the particular therapeutic property which in turn lowers the total therapeutic efficacy of the drug/preparation.
PMCID: PMC3336646  PMID: 22557612
3.  TECHNO – ECONOMIC DATA ON TREE SPECIES OF AYURVEDIC DRUGS FROM KARNATAKA 
Ancient Science of Life  1987;6(4):247-251.
Techno – economic data on 44 tree species used as crude drugs in various ayurvedic preparations are provided. To maintain quality and reasonable trice, it is suggested that the procurement and sale of crude / raw drugs should be carried out by government agency.
PMCID: PMC3331429  PMID: 22557576
4.  STUDIES ON SOME SOUTH INDIAN MARKET SAMPLES OF AYURVEDIC DRUGS - V 
Ancient Science of Life  1986;6(1):30-34.
The South Indian market samples of drugs Chavya, Gajapippali and Hrivera are evaluated. The accepted source, botanical identification of the market samples, ayurvedic synonyms, therapeutic properties, major preparations and diseases along with a short botanical description for the market samples are provided. Suitable photographs of the market samples are also included.
PMCID: PMC3331400  PMID: 22557545
5.  MEDICO – BOTANY OF ANDAMAN AND NICOBAR ISLANDS – IV (AYURVEDIC DRUGS – 2) 
Ancient Science of Life  1986;5(3):191-196.
Details on 33 plants / drugs belonging to 30 genera and 22 families are provided in this paper; ayurvedic drug name, botanical sources in the island, short description of the species occurring in the islands, chemical constituents, ayurvedic preparations and therapeutic properties are elucidated.
PMCID: PMC3331457  PMID: 22557524
6.  A CONCEPT TO IMPROVE THE STAGNANT AYURVEDIC MATERIA MEDICA 
Ancient Science of Life  1985;5(1):49-53.
The Ayurvedic materia medica is based upto 500 to 600 plant drugs. The number of these drugs are dwindling rapidly due to several natural and man made factors with the result the physicians are uanble to get the required drug or the required quantity of the drug. This ultimately results in the gradual death of the entire system. In order to overcome this alarming problem and to provide a permanent solution, various aspects like new or alternate sources for the drugs, exploitation of crude drug market sources, ethnobotanical data and cultivation and germ plasm are discussed in detail.
PMCID: PMC3331444  PMID: 22557500
7.  STUDIES ON SOME SOUTH INDIAN MARKET SAMPLES OF AYURVEDIC DRUGS - III 
Ancient Science of Life  1984;3(4):188-192.
The South Indian market sample sources of the drugs Sariva, Prasarani, Dusparsa and Agaru are evaluated; the herbarium specimens and crude drugs for all the plants involved are provided to facilitate identification.
PMCID: PMC3331574  PMID: 22557404
8.  STUDIES ON SOME SOUTH INDIAN MARKET SAMPLES OF AYURVEDIC DRUGS-II 
Ancient Science of Life  1983;3(2):60-66.
This paper is the second in the series and deals with the ayurvedic drugs. 1) Vidari, 2) Nagakesara, 3) Priyangu, 1) Sathi and 5) Srngi. The S. Indian market samples are evaluated which will help in gainful exploitation of the species other than the accepted source, and also solve, to a certain extent the controversial drugs issue of these drugs.
PMCID: PMC3331552  PMID: 22557381
9.  NOVELTIES OF RAJANARAHARI - 4: IDENTIFICATION OF A NEW AYURVEDIC DRUG - KARI 
Ancient Science of Life  1983;3(1):6-10.
A new drug KARI is unravelled in Ayurveda; it is botanically identified and equated with Canthium parciflorum Lamk. The intricacies involved in, Ayurveda for arriving at the identification are discussed in detail; a brief botanical description with a plate of the herbarium specimen are provided.
PMCID: PMC3331532  PMID: 22557369

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