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Kavita Mansukhbhai Vyas

Kavita Mansukhbhai Vyas
Regional Ayurveda Research Institute, Jaral Pandoh Mandi H.P. · Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS)

M.D. (Ayu) Ph.D.

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Introduction: Neonatal period is the most vulnerable period for infections. India is the first among top 10 countries with the highest number of newborn deaths in 2019. Ayurvedic newborn care measures like prashanas should be explored for extending quality affordable care to newborns. Methods: A descriptive cross-sectional study in the form of know...
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Background: Outbreak of SARS-CoV-2 is Janapadoddhwamsa Vikara (epidemic disease) in Ayurveda, where Rasayana drugs (immunomodulators or rejuvenating therapy) have been advocated for controlling the diseases. Therefore, Guduchi Ghan Vati, containing a drug Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia), a plant is selected for prevention of COVID-19. Objectives: To...
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A Scoping Review on the Health outcomes of Suvarnaprashana in apparently healthy children Abstract Background: Despite the major advances in pediatrics, health outcomes in children continue to be poor especially in developing countries. In this scenario, traditional knowledge like Suvarnaprashana (SP) can be utilised for improving child-health. Obj...
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Air pollution is one of the major causes of widespread disease manifestation in current era. Surprisingly, a treatise of an Indian Traditional Medicine, i.e. Ayurveda, has mentioned an identical condition centuries ago, under the name of Janapadodhwamsa. Here, Janapada means a locality or area and Uddhwamsa means destruction. Thus, Janapadodhwamsa...
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Background: Diabetes mellitus is one of the systemic risk factors for periodontal diseases which can play a major role in initiation and progression of the disease To maintain oral hygiene only brushing is not sufficient , so various mouthwashes ( in modern medicine ) are available in market. But that cannot be used for long duration due to their s...
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Abstract: Gulma is a disease entity attributed to Vata (a body humour) and covers various Gastro-intestinal and Gynecological diseases, but its diagnosis becomes difficult, due to its complex Clinical presentation. Hence, it’s essential to understand Gulma in a comprehensive way for accurate and easy diagnosis. Materials & Methods: Classical texts...
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Introduction: Indian medical science (Ayurveda) has been incorporated as a part of Indian traditions. At present where health for all is a major challenge, re vitalization for this ancient Indian pattern of understanding and incorporating health with tradition will be a great benefit. Aim of study: To conceptualize and analyse the Sair festival pra...
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Introduction: Trillium govanianum Wall ex D. Don is a promising medicinal plant of Himalayan region. During the last decades the medicinal plant is in high demand. Locally the plant is known as nagchatri. Aim: The present study has been carried out to assess the quantum extraction and status, trade and conservation of this species. Material and Met...
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Going through individual peculiarities of all the subjects is the prime requirement for carrying out any research in the field of Ayurveda. For practical accomplishment of this need and to fulfill the aim of individualized mass, Standardization of research materials has become essential. If it's a case of healthy volunteers, categorization becomes...
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In Vimanasthana, Acharya Charaka has mentioned 3 different modes of gaining knowledge (Trividha Jnanopaya) - learning (Adhyayana), teaching (Adhyapana) & debating with masters of the subject (Sambhasha). This debating may be of two types: friendly & hostile. Vaadamargapadas (VMPs) are the steps of doing a hostile debate. There are total 44 Vaadamar...

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Comparative assessment of occurrence of Covid-19 infection in clinically stable participants in community having confirmed cases of Covid-19 With control arm of standard prophylactic care