Kamini Dhiman

Kamini Dhiman
All India Institute of Ayurveda New Delhi | AIIA · Department of Obstetrics and Gynaecology

M. D. Ph. D. , CCHM

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Pregnancy a physiological phenomenon of the life of every woman may convert into an irreversible curse if not taken care of. Ayurveda advocates dietary and behavioral regimen for a pregnant woman which is known as Garbhini Paricharya. Acharya Sushruta a father of surgery has mentioned the preventive aspects in relation to avoid complications due to...
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Micturition or urination is a complex and multisystem involved process. Many alterations to this system are possible which a health-care worker may get encountered with during routine practice. Among them, urinary incontinence (UI) symptoms are highly prevalent among women, in which the patient is unable to hold urine voluntarily and can broadly cl...
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The world has witnessed several epidemics and pandemics, but before sometimes the severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus-2 (SARS-CoV-2), a novel one, has challenged the health care system all over the world. As anticipated, new variants of coronavirus have been emerging and conventional medical system fails to suggest a definite treatment ye...
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Postnatal period is an important phase of transition in women’s life. It is the period after delivery of conceptus when maternal physiological and anatomical changes return to the nonpregnant state. Ayurveda has described in detail about the postnatal period and care for this period under the title Sutika Paricharya (~postnatal care). It has bee...
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Storage experiment was conducted to study effects of polymer, fungicides and insecticide on seed quality parameters and storability in wheat. Experimental material consisted of carry over wheat seeds (variety HPW-155) of rabi 2017 - 18. Different parameters namely, germination, seedling length, dry weight, vigour index - I, vigour - II, speed of ge...
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Background: Soybean is an important oilseed crop but it has poor seed longevity. Studies on seed longevity are very complex and hence, an indirect selection criterion should be identified. In this study, seed longevity and its association with agronomic traits of seven soybean varieties was evaluated in the year 2019-2020.Methods: Seed were kept fo...
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Endometrial factor comes under the umbrella of Kshetra, which is one of the important factor for conception described in Ayurveda i.e Rutu, Kshetra, Ambu , Beej. Decreased endometrial factor is the major cause of implantation failure, Therefore the present study was carried out for the clinical evaluation of efficacy of Uttar Basti of Bhrihat Shata...
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Brihata Shatavari Ghrita is mentioned by Acharya Charaka in management of Yonivyapad. The present study deals with the pharmacognostical identification of the ingredients of Brihat Shatavari Ghrit and its physicochemical analysis. Pharmacognostical study containing both macroscopic and powder of microscopy of raw drug revealed the quality and genui...
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Perimenopause is the period during which a woman passes from reproductive to non-reproductive stage and it covers 4-7 years before and after menopause. Periods occur late or early, and the flow becomes heavier or lighter than previous. Acharya Sushruth has divided Madhyamavastha (middle age) into 4stages and the age between 41-70 yrs. comes unde...
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ABSTRACT: - Background: Intra uterine insemination is a treatment modality of Assisted Reproductive technology for unexplained infertile couples before going to more invasive and expensive procedures. According to Ayurveda, the major pathogenesis of Vandhyatva (Infertility) is vata vitiation and it is already said that yoni never be vitiated wit...
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Poor mental health conditions, including stress and depression, are known to increase the risk of acute respiratory infections. Even, meditation practises are found to reduce inflammation markers and influence markers of virus-specific immune response.The present work is an evidence based conceptual framework accompanied with a proposed clinical re...
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Background: To protect the massive trust of patient in Ayurveda, a need aroused for the researches to ascertain the quality, safety & efficacy of herbo-mineral preparations on scientific lines. The rasa-aushadhis are having qualities such as instant effectiveness, requirement in very small dosage and ample therapeutic utility. Mahalaxmi Vilas Rasa...
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Triphala churna is well known Ayurvedic formulation in official Ayurvedic Formulary of India, It is used for immune system stimulation, improvement of digestion, relief of constipation, gastrointestinal tract cleansing, relief of gas, treatment of diabetes, eye disease, anaemia, jaundice, asthma, fever, chronic ulcers etc. Standardization of herbal...
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Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences is an apex body in India for the formulation, coordination, development and promotion of research on scientific lines in Ayurveda. The core research activities of council comprise medicinal plant research, drug standardization and quality assurance, pharmacological research, clinical research, lite...
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The Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences was established in 1969, since then it has been engaged in clinical research for validation of classical Ayurveda drugs and drug development of new/coded formulations based on leads from classical texts, contemporary scientific, pharmacological leads and from the folklore collected from various...
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ABSTRACT Aim: To assess the efficacy of ayurvedic treatment in isolated complete oculomotor nerve palsy by subjective evaluation. Materials and methods: Prospective interventional case report supplemented by ayurvedic treatment. Using a subjective evalu- ation, outcome was defined according to patient’s perspective based on improvement in eye movem...
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India is one amongst such countries possessing diversified bio resources and Eco climatic condition housing wide range of medicinal plants. Ethno Medical practices and Local and Oral Health Traditions are prevailing among the ethnic groups and tribal population catering the Local Health needs of remote tribal pockets. Documentation of such undocume...
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Rasa Yoga' the Ayurvedic herbo-mineral preparations have been used for treatment of a variety of ailments since time immemorial. Attempts were made to prepare this Rasa Yoga as per SoPs/ standard guideline mentioned in classical text and to analyze it chemically which includes organoleptic, physicochemical parameters, Assay of Elements by ICP-MS, H...
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A infertile female patient having recurrent abortions visited in OPD of PTSR. Patient had history of ectopic gestation that results in excision of one fallopian tube and anovulation was detected in the ovary sided of remaining patent fallopian tube. Gynecologist advised IVF but low IVF success rate due to TORCH infection. The aim was to correct men...
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A infertile female patient having recurrent abortions visited in OPD of PTSR. Patient had history of ectopic gestation that results in excision of one fallopian tube and anovulation was detected in the ovary sided of remaining patent fallopian tube. Gynecologist advised IVF but low IVF success rate due to TORCH infection. The aim was to correct men...
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FOREWORD Non-Communicable Diseases (NCDs) are the group of non-contagious, chronic diseases affecting the individual's quality of life. Cardiovascular disease, cancer, chronic respiratory diseases, and diabetes are the NCDs responsible for the greatest number of deaths worldwide and are the leading cause of death globally killing approximately 36 m...
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“Vrikshayurveda” is a primeval classical compendium of India wrote by Salihotra around 400 B.C. Vrikshayurveda consists of twelve vast chapters namely Bhumi nirupana, Bijoptivithi, Padapavivaksa, Ropana vidhana, Nise canavidhi, Posana vidhi, Drumaraksa, Taru Chikitsa, Upavanakriya, Nivasa sanna, Taru Subhasubha Laksana, Taru Mahima and Citrikarana....
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Page 85 of 94 There are various medicinal plants or folk medicines that are still require documentation at taxonomic and pharmacological level for database and clinical trial based validity. Indigenous system of healing practice is well adopted by the folk healers using locally available medicinal plant species. Central Council for Research in Ayu...
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Woman, being the precious creation of the world is the only source for new creation. To procreate a healthy progeny is one of the esteem desire of a woman. Pregnancy although being a physiological phenomenon, still it may be at risk to face any complication at any stage due to the altered anatomical and physiological functions of the body of a preg...
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Introduction: Sociological literature indicates gender differentiation in both health status and use of health services. It has been observed that women did not complain of any medical problem until it started interfering with their daily activities. Therefore, a cross-sectional community-based survey was conducted in lower socioeconomic group area...
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Introduction Udupa Committee Report 1958, Indian Health Policy 1983, National Population Policy 2000, ISM and H Policy 2002, and the National Rural Health Mission are some of the policy recommendations for mainstreaming of Ayurveda, Yoga and Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, and Homoeopathy. Based on these recommendations, the physical mainstreaming for...
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Background: In present era, pharmacological, bio-chemical and surgical interventions are not success remedy for Osteoarthritis (OA). Ayurveda and other complementary medicine have medication for OA. Objectives: The main aim of the study was to assess the efficacy and safety of therapeutic combination of Vatari guggulu along with Maharasnadi kwat...
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The present study estimated the nutritive values and proximate analysis of some plants used in Ayurveda which are commonly available in the local market of Bangalore. Most of the plants evaluated are used as vegetable in the daily life of the local inhabitants of Bengaluru and adjoining area as recorded in our earlier study. Proximate analysis was...
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Even though Gout is generally grouped under Arthritis, it is a metabolic disorder of Uric Acid. Extensive description of Vatarakta in ayurvedic classics shows that it was prevalent widely in that era too. In present era changes in lifestyle & food habits leads to recognizable increase in incidence of Vatarakta in common people. Total 35 patients of...
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The unripe fruit of Musa × paradisiaca L., classically known as apakva kadali , belonging to the family Musaceae, is used as pathya in atisara (diarrhea), in grahani (irritable bowel syndrome), and agnimandya (loss of appetite). The unripe fruits are considered to be helpful in the management of diabetes mellitus. Being an important medicinal plant...
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Kutki is an important Ayurvedic drug native to the Himalayan region, and its official source is Picrorhiza kurroa Royle ex Benth., belonging to the family Scrophulariaceae. The plant is a small, hairy perennial herb with creeping and woody rhizome and used in various Ayurvedic medicines. It is useful as a laxative, liver-stimulant, galactogouge, an...
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The unripe fruit of Musa × paradisiaca L., classically known as apakva kadali, belonging to the family Musaceae, is used as pa-thya in atisara (diarrhea), in grahani (irritable bowel syndrome), and agnimandya (loss of appetite). The unripe fruits are considered to be helpful in the management of diabetes mellitus. Being an important medicinal plant...
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AYUSH 82 powder is an Ayurvedic antidiabetic formulation developed by the Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS), Ministry of AYUSH, Government of India. It comprises ingredients traditionally used for their beneficial effect in diabetes (Prameha/Madhumeha). The hypoglycemic effects of AYUSH 82 powder have been reported in diabe...
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Gastro intestinal (GI) diseases are common to cattle. These diseases give lots of pain and discomfort to the cattle and loss to the cattle keepers. Ayurvedic medicines have high potentiality in treating many non infectious GI disorders. In infectious GI diseases irrational use of antibiotics has increased the risk of resistance as well as side effe...
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Introduction: Endometrial factor comes under the umbrella of Kshetra, which is one of the important factor for conception described in Ayurveda i.e Rutu, Kshetra, Ambu , Beej. Decreased endometrial factor is the major cause of implantation failure, Therefore the present study was carried out for the clinical evaluation of efficacy of Uttar Basti of...
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Vulvovaginitis during pregnancy may be considered under the umbrella of Upapluta Yonivyapad. Total 29 patients in the age Group of 19-40 years suffering from vulvovaginitis during pregnancy were registered for the study among which 27 completed the course of treatment. The selected patients were randomly allotted in to two Groups. Panchvalkladi Var...
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Ayurveda, the oldest system of medicine has laid enormous importance on safe motherhood. Woman, being the precious creation of the world is the only source for new creation. To procreate a healthy progeny is one of the esteem desire of a woman. Pregnancy although being a physiological phenomenon, still it may be at risk to face any complication at...
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Objective: Goraksha or cluster beans are an annual legume found throughout India. It is also extensively cultivated for its pods used as vegetable for its high nutritive value, antidiabetic properties and for the source of guargum. Methods: Macroscopy, microscopy, powder microscopy, histochemical studies and preliminary phytochemical studies on the...
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Objective To establish the pharmacognostic standards for the correct identification and standardization of an important Antidiabetic plant described in Ayurveda. Materials and Methods Standardization was carried out on the leaf and stem of Basella alba L. with the help of the macro-morphological, microscopic, physicochemical and qualitative phytoc...
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AYUSHDHARA, ISSN: 2393-9583 (P)/ 2393-9591 (O) An International Journal of Research in AYUSH and Allied Systems Background: There is re-emergence of the integrative approach to facilitate affordable, safe and equitable health to all. Due to the active initiatives taken up by the Government of India and other stake holders the reach of Ayurveda has...
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High blood pressure (BP) is ranked as the third most important risk factor for attributable burden of disease in south Asia (2010). Hypertension (HTN) exerts a substantial public health burden on cardiovascular health status and healthcare systems in India. The WHO rates HTN as one of the most important causes o premature death world-wide. The Glob...
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It is interesting to note that indigenous literatures from ancient India such as Vrikshayurveda have codified numerous techniques and practices of cultivation & harvesting. It is need of the hour to validate these practises and generate tangible evidences so that this knowledge can be mainstreamed into practice. This publication aims to abridge an...
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Objective: To evaluate the clinical usefulness of Rajahpravartini vati in the management of primary dysmenorrhoea (Kashtartava) and changes in the quality of life of the subjects. Study design: A multi-centric prospective single arm observational study. Setting and participants: 359 subjects aged between 16 - 35 years suffering from painful menstru...
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Acacia nilotica Linn. is a common, medium sized tree, belonging to family Leguminosae. It is popularly known as babul, kikar or Indian gum Arabic tree which has been recognized worldwide as a multipurpose tree. It has the ability to synthesize a wide variety of chemical compounds that are used to perform important biological functions and to defend...