Chandrashekara Shastry Shreedhara

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BACKGROUND Ayurvedic polyherbal formulations are widely prescribed for a wide range of inflammatory conditions, yet, despite widespread use, there has been no systematic documentation of their safety and efficacy. OBJECTIVE The present study was undertaken to evaluate the anti-inflammatory activity of aqueous extracts of Ajmodadi churna (AJM) in rats. (More)
BACKGROUND Macrosolen parasiticus (L.) Danser belonging to Loranthaceaea (mistletoe family) is a parasitic plant that grows on different host plants such as mango, jack fruit, peepal, neem tree, etc., This study was aimed to investigate the anti-cancer activity of methanolic and aqueous extract of stem of M. parasiticus. OBJECTIVES To investigate the in(More)
  • Smitha Hegde, Devang Khamar, +4 authors Thomas Millington
  • 2013
Stress is one of the factors that enhance secondary metabolites production in plants. This study reports the effect of altered culture conditions on production of Hispidulin in callus cultures of Millingtonia hortensis. M. hortensis L.f (Bignoniaceae) is an important tree with traditional medicinal value that grows widely in India, Burma, Southern China and(More)
BACKGROUND Homonoia riparia is a plant, which is widely used in the indigenous system of medicine for the treatment of urolithiasis, renal disorders and inflammatory conditions. This is the first report on the antioxidant and nephroprotective activities of whole plant of H. riparia. OBJECTIVE The present study aims at investigating the in vitro(More)
BACKGROUND Malvastrum coromandelianum belongs to the family Malvaceae, commonly known as false mallow. Ethnobotanical survey revealed that it is used to treat various disorders. Pharmacological screening revealed that the plant possess antinoceceptive, anti-inflammatory, analgesic, and antibacterial activities. Lack of standardization parameters for herbal(More)
Standardization of herbal formulations is essential in order to assess the quality of drugs, based on the concentration of their active principles. This article reports on standardization of Ajmodadi churna, a polyherbal ayurvedic medicine used as a carminative and an antispasmodic, and is a strong wormifuge, and helps in all painful conditions like(More)
BACKGROUND Sitopaladi churna (SPC) is a popular polyherbal ayurvedic formulation used in the treatment of allergy and respiratory diseases. OBJECTIVE The present study was aimed to justify the classical use of antiallergic claim by performing the mast cell stabilizing activity of extracts of SPC. MATERIALS AND METHODS The protective effect of aqueous(More)
BACKGROUND Standardization of a compound Ayurvedic formulation is a critical and essential issue to be considered in assuring the therapeutic efficacy and safety and to rationalize their use in the health care. Sitopaladi churna is a reputed polyherbal formulation of Ayurveda. It is prescribed for the treatment of pleurodynia, intercostal neuralgia, cold,(More)
BACKGROUND Rajanyādi cūrṇa (RC) is an ayurvedic classical preparation used in the treatment of digestive disorders, fever, jaundice, anemia, and asthma. We seek to standardize this drug to ensure its quality. OBJECTIVE The current investigation was aimed at the preparation of cūrṇa in three batches so as to standardize it. MATERIALS AND METHODS The(More)
BACKGROUND Floating tablets prolong the gastric residence time of drugs, improve bioavailability, and facilitate local drug delivery to the stomach. With this objective, floating tablets containing aqueous extract of liquorice as drug was prepared for the treatment of Helicobacter pylori and gastric ulcers. METHODS The aqueous extract of liquorice was(More)
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