Arjunsingh Baghel

Arjunsingh Baghel
Institute of Post Graduate Teaching & Research In Ayurveda · Gujarat Ayurved University

M. D. (Ayu), Ph. D.

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Professor & Head Department of Basic Principles IPGT&RA, Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar

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Male pattern hair loss or Androgenic Alopecia (AGA) is one of the most prevalent forms of hair loss among men. The general symptoms include progressive thinning of the scalp hair and reduction in hair density. Hair loss is typically seen as a receding front hairline or loss of hair on vertex of the scalp or a combination of both. Although considere...
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It is an original research work carried out to evaluate the association of Anemia and UTI (Urinary Tract Infection) with Amavata (~Rheumatoid Arthritis): A Case-conrol study at Jamnagar district of Gujarat state.
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Background: Amavata (Rheumatoid Arthritis) is a chronic progressive disease, resulted from the conglomeration of Ama and aggrevated Vata dosha which gets lodged in the small joints followed by large joints. If it is left untreated, may cause various complications in the form of Vataja diseases in which Raktadhatu kshaya (Anaemia) and Mutrakricchra...
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Background: Amavata (Rheumatoid Arthritis) is a chronic progressive disease, resulted from the conglomeration of Ama and aggrevated Vata dosha which gets lodged in the small joints followed by large joints. If it is left untreated, may cause various complications in the form of Vataja diseases in which Raktadhatu kshaya (Anaemia) and Mutrakricchra...
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Haritaki (Terminalia chebula Retz.) is one of the most widely used medicinal herbs in Indian, Thai, Tibetan and Iranian traditional systems of medicine. Haritaki with its clinical efficacy in numerous medical conditions forms the main crux of Ayurvedic Materia Medica. It is such a wonder drug that Ayurveda have in its quiver which can be used in pr...
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Ayurveda, the ancient science of life, despite several invasions, it has sustained its legacy and utility in public domain. The constancy in productive outcomes of Ayurveda treatment is due to the robust and eternal fundamental principles on which the entire Ayurveda system of medicine is based. Explaining the eternity of Ayurveda, Acharya Charaka...
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Ayurveda, the ancient science of life, despite several invasions, it has sustained its legacy and utility in public domain. The constancy in productive outcomes of Ayurveda treatment is due to the robust and eternal fundamental principles on which the entire Ayurveda system of medicine is based. Explaining the eternity of Ayurveda, Acharya Charaka...
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The world now is suffering from a unique and unprecedented situation of corona virus disease outbreak also known as COVID-19 which is caused by Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome Corona Virus 2 (SARS-CoV-2). This pandemic has challenged health care systems across the globe. Due to lack of definite potential treatment modality against SARS-CoV-2, the...
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Ayurveda is the applied science related to medicine hence it gives more emphasis to the verification and validation of the facts and concepts. After reviewing the literature it becomes evident that sage physicians of Ayurveda emphasized the necessity of scientific knowledge in every regard. For the true and thorough scientific knowledge, Ayurvedic...
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For any medical science, even though cure of an illness matters much more but prevention is always better than cure. Ayurveda the science of life has given great emphasis on the prevention of diseases. For this many concepts like Din-charya (daily regimens), Ritu-charya (seasonal regimens) have been described in Ayurveda classics which helps in the...
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In last a few decades, market of herbal and traditional medicines have grown up leap and bound. The main drawback of traditional medicines is a lack of stability. Hence the present Study was carried out to observe the stability of Bhringraj Vati (Eclipta alba Hassk) & Triphala Gugulu with respect to its stability against microbial contamination of...
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Hair fall is a universal problem, having affected both sexes of all races to different extents for as long as mankind has existed. For thousands of years, men and women of all countries and races have shared the tragedy of premature hair loss. In Ayurveda, disease Khalitya (Hair fall) comes under the caption of Shiroroga and Kshudrarogaby various A...
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Since antiquity, Ayurveda possesses a unique identity by defining some distinct principles in which Prakriti is the one. Assessment of body constitution is the first and foremost factor in Dashavidha parikshas (10 important aspects to be examined by a physician). Dashavidhaparikshas are very essential to assess the strength of an individual and als...
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Background: Since the past decades, there has been increasing acceptance and public interest in herbal products and therapies in both developing and developed countries. So, we cannot assure pharmaceutical industries insulation from adulterations and quality decrement. Therefore, quality control for efficacy and safety of herbal products is at prim...
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Introduction: Ayurveda is the life science which deals with every aspect of the individual. It has two main aims i.e. to protect the health of healthy individual and to cure the disease of diseased one. Rasayana is the branch of Ayurveda which is related with the protection of health and longevity. The herbs, herbo-mineral drugs and any activity th...
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The present condition of human health around the globe is far from satisfaction. Man is suffering from the diseases which are caused due to stress either mental or physical and premature ageing (Akalaja Jara) is one of them. There are many theory related to ageing among all of them Free Radical Theory is most acceptable, which answers most of the q...
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Background: Condition of insomnia may not be a life-threatening illness, but it has tendency to damage the person's daily life. In the current era of modernization, most of the person are is suffering from stress either it is personal or professional. Stress may cause sleeping problems or make existing problems worse. SattvavajayaChikitsa is a spe...
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Background Ancient Ayurveda seers presented the knowledge in coded language, in the form of Sutras (verses). These verses are characterized by Padairalpam, Matimbuddhwa, i.e. having few words with concealed meaning with larger applications which can be explored with the help of Sanskrit grammar. Sometimes, just translation of the original verses mi...
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Purpose: Jara is generally venerable to all of us. In today’s era most of the people are suffering from premature aging because of changing life style, unbalanced diet, physical and mental stress etc. Rasa Vagbhata has also mentioned Pantha (excessive walking) and Manas Pratikulata (unfavorable condition to mind) as specific causes of Akalaja Jara...
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Introduction: Oil of Sesamum indicum L.is one among the most important vegetable oil in medicinal, cosmetic and other industries. Gujarat is the leading state in India producing Sesamum indicum L. and 'Mrug1' variety of Sesamum indicum L. is produced in Gujarat. Aim: To evaluate chief pharmacognostical, physico-chemical and nutraceutical parameters...
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Hair is an important anatomical structure of the body which plays protective function as well as adds beauty to the face. Nowadays Khalitya (Hairfall)is a burning issue as large number of population especially young men and women in present times are suffering from this disease.Present study is aimed to highlight the effective role of Ayurveda drug...
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Background: Lifestyle disorders are the leading cause of death and disability worldwide. Type 2 diabetes is one such disease with high incidence in low- and middle-income countries such as India. Changed lifestyle, lack of exercise, increased consumption of fatty, fast-food items, improper dietary habits and sedentary life are the main contributor...
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As per the necessity and requirement of individual one may find differences in methodologies which are followed by various streams of science, but one thing which is common to all of them is the reason to find out factors responsible for a particular action. Here the action is termed as effect and the factor responsible for it is called as cause. T...
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Introduction The burden of lifestyle disorders is rapidly increasing worldwide. Modernization, affluence, science and technological development lead to still more sedentary life styles. By exposing oneself to all these factors human being unknowingly invited a number of diseases, out of which Sthaulya (obesity) is one which disturbs physical, menta...
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Haritaki (Terminalia chebula Retz., Fam. Combretaceae) is one of the most abundantly used plant for various ailments in Ayurvedic classics. In folklore practice, it is used in the treatment of asthma, hiccough, sore throat, vomiting, bleeding piles, diarrhea, dysentery, heart and bladder diseases etc. Though whole plant of Haritaki possesses high m...
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Humans spend almost a third of their lifetime sleeping. 1 Good sleep is essential and advantageous to the quality of life. 2 A number of vital physiological changes occur during sleep and help people stay healthy and function at their best. 3 Ayurveda regards nidra (sleep) as one of the most essential factors responsible for a healthy and fulfillin...
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Humans spend almost a third of their lifetime sleeping. 1 Good sleep is essential and advantageous to the quality of life. 2 A number of vital physiological changes occur during sleep and help people stay healthy and function at their best. 3 Ayurveda regards nidra (sleep) as one of the most essential factors responsible for a healthy and fulfillin...

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