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Nilima Wadnerwar

Nilima Wadnerwar
Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College Hospital & Research Centre Salod(H) Wardha · Agadtantra Vyavahar Ayurved Evum Vidhivaidyak

B.A.M.S., M.D. Ph.D. (Agadtantra) Fellowship in Ethnopharmacology

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Introduction
Dr. Nilima Wadnerwar currently works at the Department of Agadtantra Vyavhar Ayurved, Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College Hospital & Research Centre Salod(H) Wardha. Nilima does research in Allied Health Science, Forensic Science and Toxicology.
Additional affiliations
January 2012 - August 2020
Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College Hospital & Research Centre Salod(H) Wardha
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Ten Years Research Experience with two Clinical Research Project and one educational research Project. Ph.D. research project and Fellowship research projected completed. One analytical research project is ongoing. Guided four Post graduate research projects.
January 2012 - present
Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College Hospital & Research Centre Salod(H) Wardha
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Total UG Experience- 10 yrs. and PG Experience -5 yrs., 6 months. PhD Co-supervisor-1 year
January 2012 - present
Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences  (Deemed University)
Position
  • Professor (Associate)
Description
  • Presently I am working as an Associate Professor in the department of Agadtantra, Vyavahar Ayurved evum Vidhivaidyaka, Mahatma Gandhi Ayurved College, Hopsital and Research Centre, Salod(H), Wardha which is a constituent college of Datta Meghe Institute of Medical Sciences (deemed to be University).
Education
June 2006 - June 2010
Shri Ayurved Mahavidyalaya Nagpur
Field of study
  • Ayurveda: Agadtantra

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Publications (47)
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Background: To counter-act the action of visa,(poison) ancient Acharyas have mentioned the different types of Agada. Though Acharyas have mentioned various types of potent Agadas in various poisoning conditions, still these Agadas have neither undergone analytical study nor animal experiment. Shleshmantaka Agad is one of the drug remedy mentioned i...
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ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT Heavy metal toxicity through the consumption of mercury & other metal based drugs is an ignored but a prevailing problem in India and other countries. In the modern Ayurvedic practice, Ras sindoor-a mercury based drug is use widely and very effectively in the treatment of various diseases. Previous researchers did either analy...
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Background: Onset of G.A.D. is related with bigger excessiveness and uncontrolled worry, along with more chronic course and more severe life mutilation.Individuals suffering from G.A.D. are at high risk of bothered mental health, social functioning, and overall physical &mental well being. Limited long-term efficacy of anxiolytic drugs has shown by...
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Background: Poisoning is major health issue all over the world. Poisoning is one of basic causes for Out Hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA). P-OHCA (Poison induced Out Hospital cardiac arrest) can be prevented by immediate primary management. The agent for poisoning is unknown in most cases, which leads to difficulty deciding the emergency antidote. In...
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Background: As the poisoning is becoming a threat to rural India, it is necessary to increase the survival time to avail the primary treatment. For the treatment of poisoning, Agada is described in Ayurveda as an antidote. Agada is a polyherbal or herbomineral formulation constituted with combination antitoxic drugs along with some antioxidant, imm...
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Background: Heavy metal toxicity is increasing rapidly due to the increased use of products containing heavy metals daily life. It can cause acute or chronic toxicity if they used for long term unknowingly especially by the children. Objectives: To assess whether the school children have information about products containing heavy metal which are u...
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Background: Among all Arishta, Draksharishta is manufactured and sold on large amount by various pharmaceutical companies and widely prescribed by the physicians. Due to its effective properties and pleasant test resembling to that of Alcohol, Draksharishta is used by the patients in over dose for longer duration irrespective of the physician's pre...
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Herbomineral formulations in Ayurved are known for their potency in fewer doses. Shwaskuthara Rasa is one of the herbomineral formulations used very widely in practice. The systematic study was planned to explore the therapeutic potential of the Shwaskuthara Rasa based on Ayurvedic and contemporary assessment parameters from the clinical researches...
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Ipomoea carnea Jacq is an ethnopharmacological drug used for various indications by healers. As the herbal medicines are becoming endangered, ethanopharmacological drug can be used efficiently as they are available abundantly. The aim of this article is to highlight the therapeutic uses of Ipomoea carnea and to stress the use of ethanopharmacologic...
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Backround: Ayurvedic medicines are alleged to be one of the sources of heavy metal toxicity. Hence, it has become necessary to prove their safety on the scientific base with appropriate evidences. Methodology: A pilot study was conducted after the preclinical safety evaluation of Rasamanikya, an arsenical formulation in Ayurveda. Ten healthy volunt...
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Background: Padavidarika is categorized in kshudra roga which causes pain and fissure in heels and breaches the beauty of the feet. It also causes difficulty in walking, which hampers routine activity of the person. To study the efficacy of Snuhi-ksheera siddha taila and to standardize the formulation, the study was undertaken. Methodology: Snuhi-k...
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Background: There are different methods of Vatsanabha shodhana but it is not mentioned in literature that which method should be used in preparation of Tribhuvankirti rasa which will make the drug safer. Objectives: To acquire knowledge regarding toxic principle in self prepared and market sample of Tribhuvankirti Rasa with respect to different sho...
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Background: Vipadika is one of the Vataja Nanatmaja Vikara which is also considered as Kshudra Kustha. The patient suffering with disease feel severe pain and it increases with the progression of disease. Ayurveda described various therapeutic approaches for the management of Vipadika like; Shodhana Chikitsa, Abhyantara Chikitsa and Bahya Chikitsa,...
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Background: Shwetra (Vitiligo) is a skin disease which takes longer time to cure. It affects the external beauty of the body causing social stigma, shyness, loss of confidence, fear of comments marital problems, etc. The disease needs repeated shodhana and regular internal and external shaman chikitsa for longer duration. Objectives: To study the e...
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Background: Ipomoea carnea Jacq is an extra pharmacopoeal drug used as folk medicine. Swainsonine is the main toxic principle in it. Leaves and flowers of Ipomoea carnea contain Swainsonine, Calystegines B1, B2, B3 and C1 along with other phyto constituents. But seeds contain only Swainsonine, Calystegines B1, B2, B3 and C1 and are not used as medi...
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Background: Life style disorders are an emerging problem in India where various types of arthritis are hampering the routine activities of people due to severe pain and inflammation. In such circumstances, everybody wants quick relief with the symptoms. Visha dravya used in Ayurveda are known for their quick action. Gunja (Abrus precatorius Linn) i...
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Background: On the ground where formulations of Ayurved are targeted to contain high levels of heavy metals, the attempt has been made to evaluate the toxicity of an Ayurvedic formulation containing Arsenic as one of the heavy metals. Rasamanikya is an arsenical formulation made up of Haratala (Arsenic trisulphide) and it is very popular for its th...
Conference Paper
Background: Due to the concern of heavy metal toxicity, the question raised about the safety of the formulations of Ayurved containing heavy metals. On the ground where formulations of Ayurved are targeted to contain high levels of heavy metals, it is necessary to answer this problem scientifically. Rasamanikya is an arsenical formulation made up o...
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Background: Haratala is described as the Dhatu visha and it contains arsenic and sulfur. Arsenic is a heavy metal that may lead to acute or chronic heavy metal toxicity. Although Haratala is effective and popular as Rasamanikya, it is not used as Rasayana or therapeutic drug in routine practice either in pure or in Bhasma form. It is used as a main...
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Snuhi (Euphorbia nerifolia Linn) is herb extensively used in the Indian system of medicine. As a traditional me icine, the plant is useful in abdominal trouble, bronchitis, tumor, leukoderma, anemia, and piles. The mi is used to remove warts, expectorant, purgative. When we get in contact with latex it can causes symptoms like, formation of blister...
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Though the poisons are harmful and dangerous to life, Ayurveda has mentioned the uses of poisonous drugs therapeutically as medicine after Shodhana procedure. It is stated that strong poisons can be best medicine when used properly in correct therapeutics dose, formulation and a good medicine can also effect adversely if not used for proper person...
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Background: Due to increased number of case reports published in national and international journals regarding heavy metals poisoning after the use of Ayurveda remedies, it has created a negative impact on public towards the use of Ayurvedic medicine. Ayurvedic preparations are repeatedly being targeted for their levels of lead, mercury, copper and...
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Though the poisons are harmful and dangerous to life, Ayurveda recommends their therapeutic use after proper shodhana. Shodhana makes changes in the appearance as well as in the effect of the drug. Shodhana of herbs and metals is being used since antiquity. This is therefore important to study the shodhana effects more objectively. Abrin, the toxic...
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background : Teaching methodology has been developed so far as compared to ancient time due to the need of time. To make teaching and learning easier and interesting various teaching learning modalities have been developed. Contemporary medical education teaching learning has become more convenient to students and teachers due to this advancement a...
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Today's modern life style and changed dietary habits among the people has led them to suffer from number of joint diseases which even hamper their routine activities. In Ayurveda, various toxic herbal drugs are mentioned to have medicinal properties in number of diseases when they are utilized wisely in proper dose and sufficient care. ( ), one of...
Poster
This is the educational research project which was conducted under Advance Course in Health Profession Education.
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“Rasanimittameva Sthoulyam Karshyam Cha” is the statement of the Ayurveda, i.e. either the obesity or emaciation is by “ ” ( nutritive material). Obesity is observed all over globe as metabolic disorder either with central or local with visceral and visible obesity classification. Indian population is with more visible obesity accumulated fats in b...
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Human body has the natural healing force which is the greatest force in maintaining health. The power of thoughts and emotions is used to influence phy'sica1 health. Ayun eda, the ancient system oflmanagement, has the holistic approach in the prevention as well as management ol the disease. ,l.turtetlic c'hikitsa has various types like Daivavyapash...

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Projects (11)
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To prepare Padmaka agada To study the physicochemical and phytochemical parameters of Padmaka Agada.
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To prepare kumkumadi agada, To study physiochemical and phytochemical parameters of kumkumadi agada, To establish standard parameters for Kumkumadi Agada
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To study the dermal bioavailability of Shwetra lepa