author={Chakrapany Sharma},
  journal={World journal of pharmaceutical research},
  • C. Sharma
  • Published 1 July 2017
  • Biology
  • World journal of pharmaceutical research
Turmeric (Curcuma longa) is well known Ayurvedic herb has been practicing for the treatment of various ailment i,e, Fever, Inflammation, Sore throat, fresh wound healing, and it is observed that most of time the turmeric is used in Ayurveda along with milk or cow butter. The myriad benefits of turmeric have been widely studied and proven. The problem with turmeric supplementation is that the active components, curcuminoids, are very poorly absorbed. A pure turmeric extract will not reach the… 
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Histopathological and biochemical studies in male Wistar albino rats injected with diethylnitrosamine and treated with Camel ’ s milk and Curcuma longa
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Effect of Neem oil and Haridra on non-healing wounds
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