Phase I and II clinical trials with Vicoa Indica (Banjauri), a herbal medicine, as an antifertility agent.

@article{Dhall1988PhaseIA,
  title={Phase I and II clinical trials with Vicoa Indica (Banjauri), a herbal medicine, as an antifertility agent.},
  author={K. Dhall and M. Dogra},
  journal={Contraception},
  year={1988},
  volume={37 1},
  pages={
          75-84
        }
}
Safety and contraceptive efficacy of Vicoa Indica (Banjauri), a herbal contraceptive, has been evaluated in female subjects for the first time by using modern methods of a clinical trial. The drug, when administered in a dose of 15 gm once a day for 3 days for 3 cycles, was found to be free from side effects and possessed antifertility activity which is dose-related and can be improved upon by modifying the drug delivery system. 
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