Sandeep V. Binorkar

Sandeep V. Binorkar
Government of Maharashtra · Medical Education & Drugs Department

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

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Introduction
Dr. Sandeep Binorkar working as an Assistant Professor in Government Ayurveda College Jalgaon under the Medical Education& Drugs Department, Government of Maharashtra. Holds 15 years of teaching experience in Ayurveda. Honoured with 8 National Awards, published around 45 research articles, 7 books, presented in number of conferences and faculty on various International journals of Ayurveda, yoga, Toxicology etc and wiki-Editor for Online Charaka Samhita- New Edition Project, FHED, INDIA-USA.
Additional affiliations
June 2018 - present
R. A. Podar Medical College, Worli, Mumbai
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
September 2012 - June 2018
Government Ayurved College, Nanded
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
September 2012 - June 2018
Government of Maharashtra
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
Education
July 2010 - March 2018
Tilak Maharashtra Vidyapeeth
Field of study
  • Ayurveda
June 2004 - March 2007
V.P.S.V. Ayurveda College, Kottakkal
Field of study
  • Ayurveda
October 1996 - January 2002
C.S.M.S.S. Ayurveda College
Field of study
  • Ayurveda

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Publications (83)
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Background: Ayurveda has classified humans according to Deha-Mānasa prakṛti. It has given equal emphasis to both physical and psychological status of the individual. Constitution or configuration is an individual's peculiar set up of body and mind. It is also of importance in etiopathogenesis, prognosis and treatment procedures of various ailments....
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Bhanga (Indian hemp, pot, dope) is a Neurotoxic cerebral deliriant poison, obtained from Cannabis sativa. It is dioecious flowering herb, in which female plant contains more Cannabinoid than male. It produces a gummy, amorphous resin, cannabinone. It is enclosed under Narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances (NDPS) Act 1985. The various forms of...
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The ongoing coronavirus pandemic is caused by severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS CoV 2) and unique in various facets. The earlier experience from the past severe acute respiratory syndrome (SARS) epidemics seem to be insufficient and there is need for better strategies in public health and medical care. Ayurved & Yog are well kno...
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Background Agadatantra is one of the eight clinical branches into which Ayurveda medicine is traditionally divided. The term Agadatantra is used specifically for the branch of Ayurvedic medicine dealing with poisons, its description, and its antidotes. The other parts of the subject include Vyavahar Ayurveda and Vidhi Vaidyaka which are comprehensi...
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Aristolochia indica Linn. is a plant belonging to the family Aristolochiaceae. The medicinal value of A. indica has been known in different system of traditional medicine including Ayurveda. A number of Aristolochiaspecies has been used in herbal medicines throughout the world for the cure of several ailments including metabolic diseases to venomou...
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Ayurveda texts describe Vicharchika as a blackish macula-papular rash with severe itching and serous discharge. This Kapha dominant disease can be correlated with eczema which shows similar symptoms itching (kandu), rash (pidaka), oozing (lasika strav), discoloration (shyavata), pain (vedana), dryness (rukshata), burning sensation at lesion (daha),...
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Among the Ashtangas, agada tantra (toxicology) stands separate in its concept, clinical approach, management and result. This is the only chapter which guides us in the management of poison and the conditions of poisoning. As we all know visha and visha chikitsa requires a special mention in any medical system. It is rightly justified by the follow...
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This is an invited book review on Herbal Medicine: Back to the Future, edited by Ferid Murad, Atta-ur-Rahman & Ka Bian. The book can be a well appreciated resource for pharmaceutical scientists and postgraduate students who are looking for updated and crucially important information in natural product chemistry and pharmacology.
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Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine for health which explains various non pharmacological techniques to prevent the diseases and promote health. Some of the methods which comprise following healthy habits like Dinacharya, Ratricharya, Ritucharya, Sadvritta, Achara Rasayana and Pathya Apathy on Ahara and Vihara in accordance with specific dise...
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Background: Self medication is selection and consumption of non-prescribed medicines by the patients himself for pre/self diagnosed ailment. It is mostly practiced in the chronic conditions wherein patients are not satisfied with the symptomatic treatment received earlier. Though the degree and causes of such practices may vary worldwide, no data i...
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Purpose & introduction: Ayurveda, a pioneer system of healthcare, having history of more than 5000 years is believed as one of the scientific ways of preserving and promoting a healthy life. But now a day the medical education and health care systems including Ayurveda in India are facing serious challenges in regards to its merits and proficiency....
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Background: "Dooshivishari Agada" is one of the frequently prescribed herbomineral compound medications in a variety of ailments including venomous bites and stings in South India especially in Kerala. The compound preparation is a contribution of Vagbhata's Ashtanga Hridayam, Uttaratantra, and chapter 35/39-40 which indicates are benefits and vers...
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The 39th Annual Conference of Indian Academy of Forensic Medicine (IAFM)
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Introduction: Āyurvedā has described three types of Deśa viz. Jāngal , Ānup and Sādhāraṇa. Deśa also known as Bhūmī refers to the natural inhabitant of an individual. It has a major role in examination of disease as well as a diseased person. In Āyurvedic diagnostic method importance is given to Deśa Parikṣa while interrogating to patients because...
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Background: Dactylography or otherwise also known as the study of fingerprints is considered as the best tool for identification in living and even decomposed dead bodies. Since the dawn of 21st century, this branch has gained enormous importance in the diagnostic tools as well especially in congenital anomalies. Purpose: This study was conducted w...
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Background & Objective: Dactylography or otherwise also known as study of Finger prints is considered as the best tool for identification in living and even decomposed dead bodies. Since the dawn of 21st century, this branch has gained enormous importance in the diagnostic tools especially in congenital anomalies and systemic disorders. Present stu...
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Objective: To determine the effectiveness of extracts of black cumin seeds (Nigella sativa L.) as an antimicrobial against Salmonella typhi in vitro. And can determine minimum inhibitory concentration (MIC) and Minimal bactericidal concentration (MBC) from extracts of black cumin seeds (Nigella sativa L.) against Salmonella typhi. Design: This expe...
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The aim of Ayurveda is to promote and preserve the health, strength and longevity of the healthy person(swastha) and to cure the disease. In present era, diet and lifestyle are major factors thought to influence susceptibility to many diseases. Ayurveda places special emphasis on Ahara and believes that healthy nutrition nourishes the mind,...
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Scorpion sting is an overwhelming & an endemic public health problem in some rural part of the India. Approximately 1,400 species of the Scorpion are found worldwide. 50 species out of 700, in India, can cause serious illness. Most of the studies have focused on the clinical and epidemiological aspects of scorpion stings. However, the venom of seve...
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Leukonychia totalis is a rare disorder which is seen in the form of complete whitening of nails. The disorder may be observed as Hereditary and/ or acquired. True Leukonychia is typically inherited in autosomal recessive manner or it can be acquired because of trauma and other factors. In few cases pseudoleukonychia have also been reported which is...
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Aristolochia indica is a plant genus of the family Aristolochiaceae. The therapeutic value of A. indica has been recognized in different system of traditional medicine including Ayurveda for the treatment of various ailments. A number of Aristolochia species have been used in herbal medicines throughout the world as anti-inflammatory agents for gou...
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Bilvadi Agada' is one of the most frequently prescribed herbo-mineral compound preparations in variety of ailments ranging from mild fever to severe diarrhoea including various poisonous conditions. The present study was taken to investigate the in vitro antimicrobial and anti-fungal activity of this formulation. Agar-well method was used for in vi...
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In present era, the computerization in a country is necessary for the progress. It seems that the work at computer is very intensive and most tiring. Computer Vision Syndrome (CVS) is the complex condition of eye and vision problems that are related to near work which are experienced during or related to computer use. Traditional medicine has been...
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Scorpion sting is a particularly devastating and an endemic public health problem in some part of the India. 50 species out of 700 in India can cause serious illness. Most of the studies have focused on the clinical and epidemiological aspects of scorpion stings. Ayurveda has explained numerous medicinal preparations for the management of Vrishchik...
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Takra (Buttermilk) is a dietary product and is being used by Ayurveda from centuries. Takra is a product obtained by curd (fermented product of milk). In Ayurveda the usefulness of Takra is mentioned in many topics like Arsha (Piles), Udara (Asities), Grahani (Sprue) etc. Along with this Ayurveda also mentioned the importance of Takra in disturbed...
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Obesity is a chronic pathological condition resulting from complex interactions between cultural, psychological, environmental and genetic factors. There is intense interest on the role of environmental factors during intrauterine life and early infancy. Obesity has received both national and international attention because of its detrimental impac...
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Background: Terminalia chebula Ritz. (T. chebula), which is a member of the Combretaceae family, is frequently used medicinal herb in Ayurved, Unani, Siddha & Homeopathy system of medicine. Traditionally & in folklore practices it is being used to treat most of the systemic disorders. This systematic review was conducted with an objective to search...
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Despite scorpions being locally abundant in many parts of the world, scorpion sting is a poorly defined clinical condition. It is an overwhelming & an endemic public health problem in some part of the India. Scorpion sting can result in a wide range of clinical effects such as neurotoxicity, cardiotoxicity and respiratory dysfunction including pulm...
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Nidranasha is a term of Ayurveda used for loss of Sleep. Ayurveda mentioned three important facts to keep a person in healthy status as Aahara (diet), Nidra (Sleep) & Bramhacharya (Celibacy). Out of which Nidra (Sleep) is a state which refills our power of activity which we lose in daily routine. Due to loss of sleep person suffers too many problem...
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The morbidity and mortality associated with snake bite is a serious health concerned especially in developing countries. The rural communities are the worst affected and where it is considered as one of the occupational health hazards especially related to agriculture industry. About 50,000 deaths are recorded per year as a result of snakebite. The...
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The tobacco plant attracted the attention of several investigations. It accounts for millions of deaths each year from cancer, emphysema and heart disease. Yet, in certain neurologic and psychiatric conditions, nicotine can have useful therapeutic effects. For tribes throughout North America, the use of traditional tobacco plants for spiritual, cer...
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The tobacco plant attracted the attention of several investigations. It accounts for millions of deaths each year from cancer, emphysema and heart disease. Yet, in certain neurologic and psychiatric conditions, nicotine can have useful therapeutic effects. For tribes throughout North America, the use of traditional tobacco plants for spiritual, cer...
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The mortality associated with scorpion sting rates from 3-22% worldwide. Out of 1500 scorpion species, 50 are dangerous to humans & can cause wide range of conditions including local as well as systemic symptoms. The plant and plant products have augmented human culture since time immemorial. The tribal peoples are custodian of unique traditional k...
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Scorpionism – is a book chapter published in a Book ‘Avabhasini’ in 2007- Published by Dept. of Agadatantra - Vaidyaratnam P.S. Varier Ayurveda College, Kottakkal, Kerala.
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Background & objectives: Scorpionism is a particularly devastating & an endemic public health problem in some part of the India. Approximately 1,400 species of the Scorpion are found worldwide. 50 species out of 700, in India, can cause serious illness. Most of the studies have focused on the clinical and epidemiological aspects of scorpion stings....

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