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Pũrṇa Cantirotaya Centũram (PCC), a herbometallic formulation of Siddha medicine, consists of mercury, sulphur, and gold… Expand BackgroundNuna Kadugu (NK), a Siddha medicine prepared from leaves and fruits of Morinda Pubescens, used for the treatment of… Expand ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE
India has a population with high degree of medical pluralism. Siddha system of Indian traditional… Expand ETHNOPHARMACOLOGICAL RELEVANCE
Leaves of Caesalpinia bonduc (L.) Roxb. (Caesalpiniaceae) have been used by traditional Siddha… Expand V Sujatha (firstname.lastname@example.org) is at the Centre for the Study of Social Systems at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi… Expand Siddha medicine is one of the most ancient medical systems of India. Siddha is the mother medicine of ancient Tamils/Dravidians… Expand Plants used in Siddha system of medicine for arthritis has been studied from various Siddha literatures and are presented… Expand Alcoholic extract of the stems of Coscinium fenestratum, a medicinal plant indigenous to India and Sri Lanka used in ayurveda and… Expand Practice of complementary therapies has grown globally. Use of indigenous drugs from plant origin forms a major part of such… Expand There is no doubt that Siddha medicine is derived from alchemy. The source of inspiration for Indian alchemy in general, and… Expand