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Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine

Current Issue : 2021, Vol: 10, Issue: 3

E-ISSN : 2347-6923

ISSN : 2277-4092

ISSUES : 4 per year

PUBLISHER : Association of Ayurvedic Physicians of India

Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine (AAM) is the organ of ‘Association of Ayurvedic Physicians of India'(AAPI), which is a national representative body of Ayurveda fraternity from India. AAM is a quarterly peer reviewed scientific journal published in online and print form from 2012 and is launched as a platform to commission the communications between practitioners, researchers, academicians and policy makers in the field of Ayurveda. The purpose of the journal is to promote value based scientific debates and researches in Ayurveda having a potential to explore the untapped virtue of this ancient science as a help to existing health care models and also to provide novel solutions solely based upon science and wisdom of Ayurveda.

AAM. Year: 2021, Volume: 10


  1. Safety and efficacy issues in Ayurveda: Exploring opportunities through criticism
    Sanjeev Rastogi, Ram Harsh Singh
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 198-200
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.107599

  2. Guest Editorial

  3. HERBOLOMICS Key to Integrative Medicine
    Ramkrishna V Hosur
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 201-203
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.127385

  4. Original Research

  5. Chyawanprash as add on to the standard of care in preventing COVID-19 infection among apparently healthy health care workers A single arm, longitudinal study
    Nitin Jindal, Shivshankar Rajput, Babita Yadav, Pallavi Mundada, Richa Singhal, Shalini Varshney, Kiran Nimbalkar, Rakesh Rana, Shruti Khanduri, BCS Rao, Shweta Mata, Bharti , Narayanam Srikanth, R.K. Manchanda, Kartar Singh Dhiman
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 204-219
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.73639

  6. Safety and efficacy of Mahagniwati in the Management of non proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy (NPDR) : An open Labelled, Randomized, Controlled Clinical Trial
    Amrut Salunke, Hema Kolpe, Amit Nakanekar
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 220-230
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.55936

  7. Therapeutic Response of Ayurvedic Preparation Raj Nirwan Bati on Severe COVID-19 Patients: A Double-Blind Randomized Placebo Controlled Clinical Trial
    Raj Kumar, Ramakant Yadav, Usha Shukla, Naresh Pal Singh, Sushil Kumar Yadav, Sushil Kumar Shukla, Manoj Kumar, Amit Singh
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 231-243
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.88853

  8. Original Article

  9. Analyzing Symptomatology and Effectiveness of Ayurvedic treatment in COVID-19 during early stage of Pandemic in Government Ayurveda Hospital, Delhi - A Cohort Observational Retrospective Study
    Sujata Yadav, Deepa Mishra, Shikha , Reena Pargi
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 244-254
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.62731

  10. Review Article

  11. Integrating Information Communication Technology (ICT) with Ayurveda - A Paradigm Shift
    Shanker Sharan Mishra, Jitesh Verma, Atul Ginode
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 255-264
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.34202

  12. Analysis of vega-dharana (suppression of natural urges) in the disease etiopathogenesis with respect to Ayurvedic Physiology A review.
    Sangeeta Sanjay Jadhav, Hemangini Sanjay Waghulade
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 265-276
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.99189

  13. Preventing adversities related to spices commonly used as self-medication
    Rasika Kolhe, Bhargav Bhide, Om Prakash Rout, Rabinarayan Acharya
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 277-291
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.28092

  14. Case Report

  15. A minimal invasive management of retention mucocele of lower lip by Kshara karma - A case report.
    Ashwin Jayaram Shetty, Sweta KM, Ramesh Bhat P
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 292-296
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.70198

  16. Short Communication

  17. Significance of Jatharagni in Rhinitis
    Laxmi M Naik , Naveen B S, Ajoy Viswam, Krishnan N
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 297-302
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.105569

  18. Book Review

  19. Inspiring Indian personalities in Naturopathy
    Ishwara N Acharya
    AAM. 2021; 10(3): 303-304
    » Abstract » PDF» doi: 10.5455/AAM.127408





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