ijrap . net KOKILAKSHA : A POTENTIAL AYURVEDIC HERB

    @inproceedings{DattatryaijrapN,
      title={ijrap . net KOKILAKSHA : A POTENTIAL AYURVEDIC HERB},
      author={Nikam Dattatrya and Mundada Shreekant and Mishra Dayashankar}
    }
    Ayurveda, the science of life, deals with the holistic view of healthy living. It covers various physiology as well as pathology of diseases and also their treatments. Since, Ancient times, several diseases have been treated by administration of plant extracts based on traditional medicine. Investigation of traditionally used medicinal plants thus valuable on two parts-one of them is source of potential chemotherapeutic drugs and second one is as a measure of safety for the continued use of… CONTINUE READING

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