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The Ayurvedic Formulary of India (3 Parts)
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The Ayurvedic Formulary of India (3 Parts)
 
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  Book ID : 19016
 
 
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2000 - 2011
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Langauage : English, Hindi & Sanskrit
  Part I: xlvi, 488p, 29 cm. ISBN: 8190115146 / 9788190115148. (2003) (Second Edition). Part II: 425p., Bib., 29 cm. ISBN: 8190115111 / 9788190115117. (2000). Part III: lxxvii, 710p., Bib., 29 cm. ISBN: 8190648977 / 9788190648974. (2011).
   
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CONTENTS:-

Vol.1 : Foreword. Legal notice. General notices. Transliteration symbols. Abbreviations for parts of plants. Preface. Introduction. Formulary-compound formulations. 1. Asava and Arista. 2. Arka. 3. Avaleha and Paka. 4. Kvatha Curna. 5. Guggulu. 6. Ghrta. 7. Curna. 8. Taila. 9. Dravaka. 10. Lavana Ksara. 11. Lepa. 12. Vati and Gutika. 13. Vartti-Netrabindu and Anjana. 14. Sattva. 15. Kupipakva Rasayana. 16. Parpati. 17. Pisti. 18. Bhasma. 19. Mandura. 20. Rasayoga. 21. Lauha.
Formulary-single drugs: 1. List of single drugs of animal origin. 2. List of single drugs of mineral origin. 3. List of single drugs of plant origin: (a). As per names appearing in formulations. (b). As per botanical name. Appendices: 1. Paribhasa (Glossary of technical terms). 2. Sodhana (Process of detoxication). 3. Therapeutic indices: (a). Formula wise. (b). Disease wise. 4. List of diseases/technical terms and their approximate English equivalents. 5. Metric equivalents of classical weights and measures. 6. Bibliography.

Vol.2 : Preface. Introduction. Formulary-compound formulations. 1. Asava and Arista. 2. Arka. 3. Avaleha and Paka. 4. Kvatha Curna. 5. Guggulu. 6. Ghrta. 7. Curna. 8. Taila. 9. Lepa. 10. Vati and Gutika. 11. Vartti - Netra Bindu and Anjana. 12. Parpati. 13. Pisti. 14. Bhasma. 15. Mandura. 16. Rasa yoga. 17. Lauha. Formulary - single drugs : 1. List of single drugs of animal origin. 2. List of single drugs of mineral origin. 3. List of single drugs of plant origin.
Appendices : 1. Paribhasa (glossary of technical terms). 2. Sodhana (process of detoxification). 3. Therapeutic index : A. Formula wise. B. Disease wise. C. Action wise. 4. Metric equivalents of classical weights and measures. 5. Bibliography.

Vol. 3: Legal Notice. General Notice. Indo-Romanic Equivalents of Devanagri Alphabets. Abbreviations for Plant Parts. Preface. Introduction. Special Introduction. Formulary – Compound Formulations. 1. Asava and Arista. 2. Arka. 3. Avaleha or Leha and Paka. 4. Kvatha Curna. 5. Guggulu. 6. Curna. 7. Taila, 8. Lavana Ksara. 9. Lepa. 10. Vati and Gutika. 11. Netrabindu and Anjana. 12. Parpati. 13. Pisti. 14. Mandura. 15. Rasayaoga. 16. Lauha. 17. Dhupa.
Formulary – Single Drugs: 1. List of Single Drugs of Animal Origin. 2. List of Single Drugs of Mineral Origin. 3. List of Single Drugs of Plant Origin.
Appendices: 1. Paribhasa – Glossary of Technical Terms. 2. Sodhana – Process of Detoxication. 3. Therapeutic Indices (A) Formula Wise, (B) Disease Wise. 4. Diseases/Technical Terms Mentioned in Formulary with Approximate English Equivalents. 5. Metric Equivalents of Classical Weights and Measures. 6. Bibliography.

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The first edition of Ayurvedic Formulary of India (AFI) was published in the year 1978. This was a unique attempt of its nature wherein the scattered information on various formulations in classical Ayurvedic books was complied in such a way to make it suitable to develop pharmacopoeial standards and also to meet the requirements of Drugs and Cosmetics Act. During these 24 years, there has been significant increase in the information on Ayurvedic drugs, identification of constituents of the drugs, parts used, method of preparation and standardization of the products. At the same time new problems have also emerged in this sector. For example, the non-availability of some of the constituent drugs especially the roots and barks of various plants/trees; increase in the demand of Ayurvedic drugs leading to substitution/adulteration, imposition of new laws to protect environment as well as various plant species and the problems experienced by the pharmaceutical industry to prepare these formulations according to the classical descriptions mentioned in the first edition.

The Ayurvedic Formulary of India, Part II, English version contains description of 191 classical Ayurvedic formulations. Methods of preparation of different groups of formulations like asava, arishta, arka, avaleha, kwatha churna, guggulu, ghrita, churna, taila, lepa, vati, anjara, parpati, pishti, bhasma, mandura and louha are mentioned in detail with the ingredients. Scientific/botanical and English names for single drugs of plant, mineral and metal origin are given in the appendix which will make this book more user friendly for scientists, teachers, students and manufactures of Ayurvedic medicines. Definitions and terminologies used in Ayurvedic pharmacy are also mentioned in detail with authentic references. Purification method of poisonous drugs are given in its appendix to facilitate Ayurvedic drug manufacturing pharmacists. The use of various formulations in different disease conditions are also given. In the end weights and measurements followed by the references are also given. In general this book will be more user friendly for scientists, research scholars, pharmacists, students and general readers.

The Ayurvedic Formulary of India, Part-III, First Edition, Bilingual version contains description of 350-classical Ayurvedic formulations. Methods of preparation of different group formulations like asava, arishta, arka, avaleha, kvatha churna, guggulu, ghrita, churna, taila, lepa, vati, anjana, parpati, pishti, bhasma, mandura, rasa and lauha are mentioned in detail with the ingredients. Scientific/Botanical and English names for single drugs of plant, mineral/metal and animal origin are given in the appendix which will make this book more user friendly for scientists, teachers, students and manufactures of Ayurvedic medicines. Definitions and terminologies used in Ayurvedic pharmacy are also mentioned in detail with authentic references. Purification method of poisonous drugs are given in its appendix to facilitate Ayurvedic drug manufacturing pharmacists. The use of various formulations in different diseases conditions are also given. In the end, weights and measurements followed by the references are also given. In general this book will be more user friendly for scientists, research scholars, pharmacists, students and general readers.

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