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Dravyaguna-Vijnana (According to the New Syllabus of CCIM, New Delhi) / Nishteswar, K. & Hemadri, Koppula
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Dravyaguna-Vijnana (According to the New Syllabus of CCIM, New Delhi)
Nishteswar, K. & Hemadri, Koppula
 
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  Book ID : 42546
 
 
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2013
  Edition : (Reprint)
  Language : English
  14+556p., 64 Col. Plts. (276 Col. Illus.), Abb., Annex., Index, 25 cm.
   
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 CONTENTS
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CONTENTS:-

Detailed Study of the Drugs:
1. Vatsanabha
2. Ativisha
3. Guduchi
4. Daruharidra
5. Ahiphena
6. Varuna
7. Nagakesara
8. Bala-dwaya
9. Shalmali
10. Gokshura
11. Bilwa
12. Guggulu
13. Nimba
14. Jyotishmati
15. Karkatashringi
16. Bhallataka
17. Shigru
18. Palasha
19. Yashtimadhu
20. Shalaparni
21. Kapikachchu
22. Bakuchi
23. Kanchanara
24. Ashoka
25. Shirisha
26. Aragwadha
27. Khadira
28. Haritaki
29. Bibhitaka
30. Amalaki
31. Lavanga
32. Jambu
33. Dadima
34. Dhataki
35. Kushmanda
36. Patola, Patoli
37. Hingu
38. Shatapushpa
39. Dhanyaka
40. Yavani
41. Jiraka
42. Krishna Jiraka
43. Manjishtha
44. Madanaphala
45. Jatamansi
46. Bhringaraja
47. Chitraka
48. Vidanga
49. Lodhra
50. Saptaparna
51. Kutaja
52. Sarpagandha
53. Arka-dwaya
54. Sariva-dwaya
55. Kupilu
56. Kiratatikta
57. Shankhapushpi
58. Trivrit
59. Kantakari
60. Brihati
61. Ashwagandha
62. Katuki
63. Brahmi
64. Shyonaka
65. Patala
66. Vaasa
67. Nirgundi
68. Agnimantha
69. Bharngi
70. Gambhari
71. Tulasi
72. Punarnava
73. Apamarga
74. Maricha
75. Pippali/Pippalimoola
76. Jatiphala
77. Twak
78. Karpoora
79. Aguru
80. Chandana
81. Eranda
82. Danti
83. Arjuna
84. Devadaru
85. Talisapatra
86. Haridra
87. Ardraka
88. Ela-dwaya
89. Rasona (Lasuna)
90. Ghritakumari
91. Shatavari
92. Vacha
93. Musta
94. Usheera
95. Palandu
96. Shallaki (Kunduru)
97. Draksha
98. Beejaka
99. Vidarikanda
100. Markandika
101. Pashanabheda
102. Rasna
103. Tila
104. Saireyaka
105. Kalamegha/Bhunimba
106. Ashwagol
107. Kampilla(ka)
108. Kumkuma
109. Musali
110. Durva-dwaya
111. Vata

Brief Study of the Drugs:
1. Upakunchika
2. Chavya
3. Champaka
4. Patalagarudi
5. Kamala
6. Kumuda
7. Parpataka
8. Sarshapa
9. Rajika
10. Chandrashura
11. Mulaka
12. Himsra
13. Kareera
14. Sarjaka
15. Vrikshamla
16. Latakasturi
17. Parisha
18. Karpasa
19. Parushaka
20. Beejapura
21. Ingudi
22. Bola
23. Badara
24. Asthishrinkhala
25. Amra
26. Priyala
27. Ankota
28. Gunja
29. Agastya
30. Neel
31. Mudgaparni
32. Mashaparni
33. Shimshapa
34. Patranga
35. Chakramarda
36. Methika
37. Irimeda (Arimeda)
38. Avartaki
39. Babbula
40. Lajjalu
41. Taruni
42. Padmaka
43. Parnabeeja
44. Tilaparni
45. Madayantika
46. Shringataka
47. Saptachakra
48. Koshataki
49. Bimbi
50. Karavellaka
51. Grinjana (Garjara)
52. Kadamba (Neepa)
53. Tagara
54. Akarakarabha
55. Kasani
56. Bakula
57. Parijata
58. Jati
59. Peelu
60. Jivanti
61. Meshashringi
62. Kataka
63. Gojihwa
64. Vriddhadaruka
65. Kakamachi
66. Hritpatri
67. Rohitaka
68. Kokilaksha
69. Priyangu
70. Putiha
71. Parnayavani
72. Gorakshamajja
73. Ishwari
74. Keetamari
75. Kankola
76. Snuhi
77. Putranjiva
78. Bhumyamalaki
79. Swarnaksheeri
80. Jayapala
81. Ashwattha
82. Plaksha
83. Chirabilwa
84. Katphala
85. Mayaphala
86. Sarala
87. Shati
88. Tavaksheeri
89. Amragandhiharidra
90. Kadali
91. Talamuli
92. Varahikanda
93. Dwipantaravaha
94. Langali
95. Narikela
96. Puga
97. Kharjura
98. Surana
99. Vamsha
100. Kusha & Darbha
101. Kasha
102. Nala
103. Patha
104. Tuvaraka
105. Shala
106. Nagabala
107. Changeri
108. Aparajita
109. Prishniparni
110. Karanja
111. Latakaranja
112. Sharapunkha
113. Indravaruni
114. Mandukaparni
115. Ajamoda
116. Gandhaprasarini
117. Pushkarmoola
118. Karaveera
119. Dhattura
120. Parasikayavani
121. Dronapushpi
122. Udumbara
123. Satapa/Suddava
124. Yavasa/Dhanvayasa
125. Japa
126. Kaidarya
127. Mahanimba

Additional Drugs:
1. Mamira
2. Nirvisha
3. Kaandira
4. Sitaphala
5. Kashtadaru
6. Giriparpata
7. Satyanashi
8. Makhanna
9. Khoobakalan
10. Todari
11. Tilaparni
12. Vyaghranakhi
13. Vanapsa
14. Vikankata
15. Punnaga
16. Surpunnaga
17. Tamala
18. Ashwakarna
19. Khatmi
20. Muhukunda
21. Pishachakarpasa
22. Avartani
23. Gangeruki
24. Gudasharkara
25. Dhanwana
26. Atasi
27. Chanchu
28. Karmaranga
29. Harmala
30. Amlavetasa
31. Aralu
32. Mamsarohini
33. Unnava (Rajabadara)
34. Arishtaka
35. Koshamra
36. Tindika (Tintidika)
37. Rumimastagi
38. Jayanti
39. Shanapusphi
40. Ashmantaka
41. Goraksha
42. Paribhadra
43. Virataru
44. Amlika
45. Shami
46. Kasamarda
47. Raktachandana
48. Chakshushya
49. Kulattha
50. Tinisha
51. Vatada
52. Silhaka
53. Dhava
54. Hijjala
55. Erandakarkati
56. Trapusha
57. Katutumbi (Ikshvaku)
58. Jeemuta
59. Dhamargava
60. Choraka
61. Nadihingu
62. Haridru
63. Damanaka
64. Chauhara
65. Sahadevi
66. Mundi
67. Aranyajeeraka
68. Kukundara
69. Jhandu
70. Ayapana
71. Dugdhapheni
72. Chikkika
73. Madhuka
74. Yuthika
75. Tinduka
76. Karamarda
77. Murva
78. Trayamana
79. Sheleshmataka
80. Adhahpushpi
81. Krishnabeeja
82. Akhuparni
83. Amaravalli
84. Katuveera
85. Tamraparna
86. Suchi
87. Utangana
88. Bhandira
89. Jupha
90. Chatraka
91. Chukrika (Chukra)
92. Peetamula
93. Sugandhavastuka
94. Tejapatra
95. Medasaka
96. Bandaka
97. Kamkushtha
98. Nagadanti
99. Tuta
100. Kakodumbara
101. Panasa
102. Akshota
103. Bhurjapatra
104. Soma
105. Hapusha
106. Kachura
107. Nagadamani
108. Mahabharivacha
109. Kebuka
110. Ananasa
111. Sudarshana
112. Vanapalandu
113. Ushava
114. Suranjana
115. Tala
116. Raktaniryasa
117. Ketaki
118. Manaka
119. Kumbhika
120. Kaseru
121. Sara
122. Rohisha
123. Hamsaraja
124. Mayurashikha
125. Shaileya
126. Shaivala
127. Nimbuka
128. Tejohwa
129. Mishreya
130. Kushtha
131. Bhanga
132. Harit-manjari

Annexure-1: A list of drugs prescribed for P.G. Syllabus
Annexure-2: Cultivation and conservation of Medicinal Plants
Annexure-3: Brief Information of drugs: Part I,  Brief Information of drugs: Part II
Index-1. Sanskrit Names
Index-2. Botanical Names
Colour Photographs of Medicinal Plants- Onward pages

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 DESCRIPTION
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Dravyaguna is the science which deals with the Guna (principle) and Karma (action) of a drug. Dravyaguna can be considered both as a basic and an applied science and is interpreted as clinical pharmacology. It forms the backbone of rational therapeutics. The importance of Dravyaguna is well reflected in its being given a place among Ashtangas of Ayurveda by the author of Rajanighantu.

CCIM has distributed the subject of Dravyaguna under two papers for U.G. course and four papers for PG. course and the syllabus is being revised periodically. In the new syllabus of U.G. course CCIM has suggested 228 drugs in the place of 365 herbs quoted in the previous syllabus. In the present book in addition to the description of 228 drugs the information about the remaining 137 drugs is given under 'Additional Drugs' which includes the drugs mentioned in PG. curriculum.

The most relevant information from Ayurvedic classics and Nighantus with regard to each herb is mentioned along with precise botanical description. This work should be considered as the first book in the subject of Dravyaguna written by an Ayurvedic personnel and a modern botanist. The precise botanical descriptions of medicinal plants enumerated of this book will help to improve the identification skills of the students during the field study. The excellent color photographs of the medicinal plants incorporated in this work will further strengthen the knowledge of Namarupa-vijnan.

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