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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GOGHRITA AND ARJUN-GHRITA ON BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN HEALTHY HUMAN VOLUNTEERS

@inproceedings{Kuchewar2018COMPARATIVESO,
  title={COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GOGHRITA AND ARJUN-GHRITA ON BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN HEALTHY HUMAN VOLUNTEERS},
  author={Vaishali V Kuchewar},
  year={2018}
}
Introduction: Ayurveda classified the vaya (age) into three avastha (stages) Baalyavastha, Madhyamavastha and Vaardhakyavastha. In Vardhakyavastha, predominance of Vata causes Shoshana and Kshaya of different Dhatu. In modern medicine, Dyslipidemia and Cardiovascular disease (CVD) are specifically described in relation to aging. Heart is one of the vital organs which is found to be commonly affected in old age. In India, there has been an alarming increase in the prevalence of CVD over the past… Expand

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COMPARATIVE STUDY OF GOGHRITA AND ARJUN-GHRITA ON BIOLOGICAL PARAMETERS IN HEALTHY HUMAN VOLUNTEERS
Introduction: Ayurveda classified the vaya (age) into three avastha (stages) Baalyavastha, Madhyamavastha and Vaardhakyavastha. In Vardhakyavastha, predominance of Vata causes Shoshana and Kshaya ofExpand

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