Adverse Effects and Bio-interactions of Ayurvedic Plant Drugs

by Khare, C P

ISBN: 9789390259052
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Imprint : DAYA
Year : 2021
Price : Rs. 8795.00
Biblio : 2019, xv+235., ind., 25 cm

Author Profile

C. P. Khare was born on March 10, 1932, and has been a herbalist for more than sixty years. His profile is among “All-Star Profiles” of Linkedin. His works have been cited in more than 2000 research papers, as recorded by Research Gate. Reference Works by C. P. Khare: World Healing Plants for Tomorrow First edition, 2018, in English. Astral International. Ayurveda At The Turning Point (With C K Katiyar), Kruger Brentt, 2017. Ayurvedic Pharmacopoeial Plant Drugs: Expanded therapeutics, CRC P

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Ashwagandga, Brahmi, Shatawari Are these tonics safe in hypo-hyperthyroidism? Jamun fruit and Karela Juice Are these receipe safe in diabetes? Arjun, Ashwagandha, Karela Are they safe during pregnancy? Many more findings that will surprise the doctor and the patient alike! Scientific synopsis of 108 and summary of 154 Plant Drugs Doctor: Read it to remain well-informed. Patient: Read it before self-medication

Table of Contents

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