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A review of Ayurvedic Hepatology and inferences from a pilot study on Kalmegh ( Andrographis paniculata) intervention in hepatic disorders of variable etiology

Girendra Singh Tomar.

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Ayurveda has many propositions to hepatobilliary diseases which are akin to modern understanding of hepatology. Besides elaborate clinical descriptions of various hepatic conditions, Ayurveda further proposes many herbal, herbomineral and dietary interventions to prevent and to manage such conditions. Kalmegha( Andrographis panniculata ) is a trusted drug from Ayurvedic repertory which is variously used in many hepatic conditions. We had gone through a pilot study to evaluate its role in various hepatic conditions and found that it has a beneficial role in hepatocellular pathologies.

Key words: Hepatology. Jaundice, Kalmegh,


 
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Girendra Singh Tomar. A review of Ayurvedic Hepatology and inferences from a pilot study on Kalmegh ( Andrographis paniculata) intervention in hepatic disorders of variable etiology. AAM. 2012; 1(1-2): 44-52.


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Girendra Singh Tomar. A review of Ayurvedic Hepatology and inferences from a pilot study on Kalmegh ( Andrographis paniculata) intervention in hepatic disorders of variable etiology. http://www.aamjournal.in/?mno=21303 [Access: April 28, 2020].


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Girendra Singh Tomar. A review of Ayurvedic Hepatology and inferences from a pilot study on Kalmegh ( Andrographis paniculata) intervention in hepatic disorders of variable etiology. AAM. 2012; 1(1-2): 44-52.



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Girendra Singh Tomar. A review of Ayurvedic Hepatology and inferences from a pilot study on Kalmegh ( Andrographis paniculata) intervention in hepatic disorders of variable etiology. AAM. (2012), [cited April 28, 2020]; 1(1-2): 44-52.



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Girendra Singh Tomar (2012) A review of Ayurvedic Hepatology and inferences from a pilot study on Kalmegh ( Andrographis paniculata) intervention in hepatic disorders of variable etiology. AAM, 1 (1-2), 44-52.



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Girendra Singh Tomar. 2012. A review of Ayurvedic Hepatology and inferences from a pilot study on Kalmegh ( Andrographis paniculata) intervention in hepatic disorders of variable etiology. Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine, 1 (1-2), 44-52.



Chicago Style

Girendra Singh Tomar. "A review of Ayurvedic Hepatology and inferences from a pilot study on Kalmegh ( Andrographis paniculata) intervention in hepatic disorders of variable etiology." Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine 1 (2012), 44-52.



MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

Girendra Singh Tomar. "A review of Ayurvedic Hepatology and inferences from a pilot study on Kalmegh ( Andrographis paniculata) intervention in hepatic disorders of variable etiology." Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine 1.1-2 (2012), 44-52. Print.



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Girendra Singh Tomar (2012) A review of Ayurvedic Hepatology and inferences from a pilot study on Kalmegh ( Andrographis paniculata) intervention in hepatic disorders of variable etiology. Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine, 1 (1-2), 44-52.








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