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G. M. Husain, P. N. Singh and V. Kumar, “Improvement of cognitive functions by Hypericum perforatum in streptozotocin induced diabetic rats,” Proceedings of the International Symposium on Brain Aging and Dementia: Basic and Translational Aspects, organized by Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi, India, 29-30 November, 2010.

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  • TITLE: Holistic Psychopharmacology and Promiscuous Plants and Principles of Ayurveda

    AUTHORS: Shyam Sunder Chatterjee, Vikas Kumar

    KEYWORDS: Mind-Body Medicine; Strategic Planning; Herbal Remedies; Preventive Pharmacology; Paradoxical Pharmacology

    JOURNAL NAME: American Journal of Plant Sciences, Vol.3 No.7A, July 17, 2012

    ABSTRACT: Consistent neglect of complex psychobiological processes involved in human health and diseases often leads to phar-macological discrepancies between preclinical and therapeutic observations. Numerous other pharmacological paradoxes arise from common practices of using dosing schedules in preclinical studies not identical to those in clinical studies. An Ayurveda centered holistic psychopharmacological strategy evolving from our efforts to identify plants potentially useful for preventing and combating illnesses and diseases could be a more rapid, rational, economically feasible, and realistic one for resolving such discrepancies and paradoxes. In this article, some observations made recently to experimentally very this conviction with the use of some well known medicinal plants are summarized and discussed in short. In addition, usefulness of the strategy for identifying edibles potentially useful for health care purposes, or for more objectively understanding “Ayurvedic biology” is pointed out.