Venkateshwarlu Bandi

Venkateshwarlu Bandi
Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences · Ayurveda

BAMS, MD (Ay.), PG Diploma in Chem. Analysis & Q M

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Additional affiliations
April 2016 - April 2016
National Research Institute for Panchakrma
Position
  • Research Officer (Ayurveda) (Scientist-2)
January 2011 - April 2016
National Institute of Indian Medical Heritage
National Institute of Indian Medical Heritage
Position
  • Research Officer (Ayurveda) (Scientist-2)
Description
  • RESEARCH AREAS: AYUSH Research Portal; Evolution of Ayurveda, Siddha & Unani (ASU) Drug Regulations; History of Indian Medical Heritage & Literary research (Translation of classical Ayurvedic texts)
February 2010 - December 2010
National Institute of Indian Medical Heritage
National Institute of Indian Medical Heritage
Position
  • Research Officer (Ayurveda)
Description
  • RESEARCH AREAS: AYUSH Research Portal; Evolution of Ayurveda, Siddha & Unani (ASU) Drug Regulations; Health aspects in Panchatantra; History of Indian Medical Heritage & Literary research (Translation & e-books of classical Ayurvedic texts)
Education
April 2003 - March 2004
University of Hyderabad
Field of study
  • Post-Graduate Diploma in Chemical Analysis and Quality Management (PGDCAQM)
January 1999 - February 2002
Dr. B.R.K.R. GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE (NTR UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, VIJAYAWADA)
Field of study
August 1990 - June 1996
A .L. GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE (UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES, VIJAYAWADA)
Field of study
  • Ayurveda

Publications

Publications (34)
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BACKGROUND: Abutilon indicum (L.) Sweet (family: Malvaceae) is a perennial herb with golden yellow flowers called as Atibala in Ayurveda. The roots of this plant were widely used in traditional system of medicine as aphrodisiac, uterine tonic, and leaves are used in bronchitis, gonorrhea, fever, and urethritis. AIM: In this study, histological, pow...
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AIM: The present survey work aims to explore and document the traditional healing practices of medicinal plants that have been used by the Rabha tribe of Ri-Bhoi district, Meghalaya, India. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The medico-ethno-botanical survey was carried out in densely populated areas of the Rabha tribe in Ri-Bhoi district of Meghalaya. The doc...
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AIM: The present survey work aims to explore and document the traditional healing practices of medicinal plants that have been used by the Rabha tribe of Ri-Bhoi district, Meghalaya, India. MATERIALS AND METHODS: The medico-ethno-botanical survey was carried out in densely populated areas of the Rabha tribe in Ri-Bhoi district of Meghalaya. The doc...
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Psoriasis is characterized by sharply defined erythematous squamous lesions. It is one of the commonest chronic, non-infectuous papulo-squamous disorder of the skin. Several treatment modalities are in existence in modern system of medicine; however they have limitations due to their side effects due to long time use. Considering this, search for n...
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As per Ayurvedic principles, diseases are caused due to an imbalance in the tridosa due to various factors. In such cases several descriptions regarding medicines and various procedures along with lifestyle and diet modifications have been prescribed in Ayurvedic texts for restoration of health. This book is a compilation of such basic information...
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Department of AYUSH has launched the online AYUSH Research portal on 18-04-2011 to serve the scientific community for disseminating the research findings in the domain of Ayurveda, Yoga & Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha, Sowa Rigpa and Homoeopathy researchers and allied faculties. Main aim of this portal is to show-case the research findings in an organ...
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The life style and health oriented medical information available in non-medical treatises may possibly be considered as important indicators in understanding the status of ancient medical practices in India and provide new research leads. Pancatantra is one such treatise written by Visnusarma in 300 BC. Its purpose was to impart knowledge, values o...
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It is a concise and comprehensive project document on Ayurvedic Management of Selected Geriatric Disease Condition (Treatment Protocols for Geriatric Disorders) focusing on general information about the disease, preventive aspect, treatment (medicines, procedure based therapies and Yoga), general and dietary advices and the approximate cost of the...
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Description This monograph is based on the data of clinical trial of selected Ayurvedic herbal preparations in mental retardation (Mānasā Mandatā) conducted at Dr. Achanta Lakshmipati Research Centre for Ayurveda (ALRCA), Chennai of the council during 1973 to 1975, 1975 to 1977 and 1992 to 1995.
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Night blindness, which is also referred to as Nyctalopia is the lack of normal night vision following the adjustment period. It is most often caused by vitamin A deficiency and retinal dystrophies. Revelation of veiled knowledge about single ophthalmic plant drugs indicated in “Night blindness” scattered elsewhere in ancient and medieval Ayurvedic...
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The ancient Indian sages have gifted rich source for the traditional knowledge on various sciences including Ayurveda. Even in the medieval period, the Materia Medica of Ayurveda has been tremendously enhanced; drugs were systematically categorized and their morphological and pharmacological properties have been documented in an organized manner. A...
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The book contains pictorial representation of 26 medicinal plants representing each of the English alphabets A to Z. Each page represent one species with its photograph, names in Hindi, English , Botanical name and uses. This book was targeted to create awareness among the nursery children to learn alphabets in view of Ayurveda.
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Proceedings of 4th World Ayurveda Congress,Bangaluru,India, 9-13thDecember; 2010,pp. 103-104
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Aroma therapy was in practices since ancient Vedic period, many preparations were used in therapeutic purposes. The Aromatic uses was a part of life style in those days, in many rituals regular uses of Aromatic material was usual practices which is followed today also.
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Panchakarma is a Minimal Invasive Bio-Cleansing Procedure advised in Life Style, Metabolic, Autoimmune diseases and also periodic in Healthy individuals as preventive measure.
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Chlorophytum borivilianum (Liliaceae) is one of the most acceptable substitutes of the Safed Musali, having high domestic and export potential. Safed Musali is vividly used as nutritive, tonic, aphrodisiac and indicated in general debility. Various plant species referred to Safed Musali in classical texts comprise Asparagus adscendens, Chlorofphytu...
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Ayurvedic scholars from Andhra Pradesh made significant contributions to the Ayurvedic literature both in Sanskrit and Telugu languages. Vaidyacintamani of Vallabhacarya (15th century) is one of the most popular among them and is listed under Ayurvedic books of first schedule in The Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940. It consists of 73 Prakarana (chapte...
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In spite of great technological advances in the field of ophthalmic medicine and surgery, conservative therapy still continues to be mainstay for reversible ailments. Researchers are relentlessly in quest to identify plants metals and minerals with medicinal properties. Often they are successful, proverbially, in turning over a new leaf This contri...
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Musali is a Sukrala dravya (Aphrodisiac drug) and number of formulations mentioned in the classics with Musali as one of the ingredients. There are two varieties of Musali are mentioned in Bhavaprakasa nighantu viz. Sapheda Musali & Kali Musali. Various botanical sources for both Sapheda and Kali Musali have been described in literature. The actual...
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The antiquity of use of medicinal and aromatic plants. polyherbal. mineral based formulations for therapeutic and cosmetic purpose goes back to the Vedic period (6000 B.C.). Ayurvcdic classics further detail about varied applications of aroma in environmental & public health. pharmaceuticals and therapeutics. The scope and therapeutic utility of Ar...
Conference Paper
Proceedings: 3rd National Seminar “Ayurveda in 21st Century: Introspection &Prospects” organized by Desh Bhagat Ayurvedic College & Hospital at Chandigarh, sponsored by , Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health & Family Welfare, Govt. of India; 5th- 6th April 2008
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haveAYURVEDA AND GERIATRIC CARE -A BROAD OUTLINE 11.Demographic context of Geriatrics and limitations of conventionalmedicine1.1.Demographic trendsThe World population of the elderly is increasing and by the year 2050,adults older than 65 years will comprise 1/5th of the global population. InIndia 3.8% of the population are older than 65 years of...
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The National Work shop was conducted about Geriatric knowledge and characteristic features as described in Ayurveda and Siddha Traditional Medical Sciences. Apart from this, a National Campaign was conducted at State levels and later District levels for Ayurveda , Siddha Professionals and Senior citizens to propagate the Geriatric practices for pre...

Questions

Questions (3)
Question
Sir,
Please suggest the analytical parameters for medicinal plant resins, latex and gums for their standardization. Further, pl suggest the best collection and storage practices (till their analysis) for these substances.
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is there any defined criteria to consider a journal as an international one?

Network

Cited By
    • Universiti Sains Malaysia
    • Dr Sarvepalli radhakrishnan Rajasthan Ayurved University
    • Delhi Pharmaceutical Sciences & Research University (DPSRU)
    • The First Affiliated Hospital of Zhejiang Chinese Medical University (Zhejiang Provincial Hospital of Chinese Medicine),
    • Kanchi Mamunivar Government Institute for Postgraduate Studies and Research

Projects

Project (1)
Archived project
To develop treatment Protocols and Costing Guidelines for Select Geriatric Conditions