DILIP H TAMBEKAR

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Triphala, a combination of three tropical fruits preparation comprised of equal parts of Terminalia chebula, Emblica officinalis, and Terminalia bellirica, which gently promotes internal detoxification of all conditions of stagnation and improving digestion and assimilation. The aqueous, acetone, ethanol and methanol extracts of these plant's fruits were(More)
Use of plants as a source of traditional healing systems around the world that utilize herbal remedies is an important source for the discovery of new antimicrobials against resistant strains of bacteria. Medicinal plants have been a major source of therapeutic agents in Korkus from Melghat since time immemorial. Incredible knowledge of phytomedicine is(More)
Medicinal plants are a major source of therapeutic agents since time immemorial. Tribal and rural community from their parents on folklore medicines acquires incredible knowledge of phytomedicine in non-coded form. With the repeated discussions and consultations with Tribal and Bhumkas, we selected 36 different medicinal plants of 30 families used against(More)
In Ayurveda, various herbal preparations are clinically used to prevent or cure infectious diseases. Herbal preparations such as Triphala churna, Hareetaki churna, Dashmula churna, Manjistadi churna, Sukhsarak churna, Ajmodadi churna, Shivkshar pachan churna, Mahasudarshan churna, Swadist Virechan churna and Pipramool churna were investigated by preparing(More)
Ayurvedic medicine plays a crucial role in healthcare and serves the health need of a vast majority of people in developing countries. Some clinically used ayurvedic herbal preparations were investigated (solvent extract preparation) for antibacterial potential against enteric bacterial pathogens such as Escherichia coli, Staphylococcus aureus, Enterobacter(More)
Culture dependent phenotypic characterization analyses were applied to study the protease producing bacteria from Indian Soda (Lonar Crater). The uniqueness of the Lonar Lake water is its salinity and alkalinity. One hundred and fourteen bacterial cultures were isolated from the water and sediment samples collected from the hyperalkaline saline environment(More)
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