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1.  Reforms in Ayurveda Education; The challenges ahead
1.  The ayurvedic drug Ksheerabala ameliorates alcohol induced neurotoxicity by down regulating the expression of transcription factor NFκB in rat brain
2.  Antihyperglycemic activity of bark extract of Albizzia lebbeck in streptozotocin-nicotinamide induced type 2 diabetes mellitus rats
3.  In vivo anti-arthritic activity of Rosa centifolia flower extract: Role of pro-inflammatory cytokine
4.  Evaluation and comparison of the toxicity profile of Plumbago zeylanica root petroleum ether, acetone and hydroalcoholic extracts in Wistar rats
5.  Clinical efficacy of Amalaki Rasayana in the management of Pandu w.s.r Iron Deficiency Anemia
6.  Literature Searches on Ayurveda- an update.
7.  HPTLC qualitative densitometry as a sensitive method to assess shelf life of polyherbal formulations – a study on Hutabhugadi churna
8.  Evaluation of Phytochemical content, Nutritional value and Antioxidant activity of Phanji (Rivea Hypocrateriformis (Desr.) Choisy Leaf.
9.  Reporting ethics committee approval and informed consent: review of an Ayurvedic journal
10.  Meditation: Process and Effects
12.  Clinical efficacy of Vasa Avaleha and Its granules on Tamaka Shwasa (Bronchial Asthma)
13.  Clinical study on evaluation of anti-cataract effect of Triphaladi Ghana Vati and Elaneer Kuzhambu Anjana in immature cataract w.s.r. Timira
14.  Ayurvedic Hydroalcoholic Antiasthmatic Medicine Vasarishta Built Upon Mritasanjeevani Sura: Development and Evaluation.
15.  A Contemporary approach on Design, Development and Evaluation of Ayurvedic formulation “ Triphala gugglu”
16.  “Effect of Tinospora cordifolia on Physical & Cardiovascular Performance Induced by Physical Stress in Healthy Human Volunteers”
17.  Management of Madhumehajanya Vrana (Diabetic Foot Ulcer) with Katupila /Humari (Securinega leucopyrus (Willd.) Muell.)