Chapter 14: Ayurvedic Formulations and Their Clinical Uses
Published:09 Nov 2022
K. Varma A. C., S. Kuttappan, G. Joseph, S. Jude, and A. Amalraj, in Chemistry, Biological Activities and Therapeutic Applications of Medicinal Plants in Ayurveda, ed. A. Amalraj, S. Kuttappan, and K. Varma, The Royal Society of Chemistry, 2022, ch. 14, pp. 374-390.
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Ayurvedic medicines are regarded as a pioneer in the traditional systems of medicine, which are globally accepted. Ayurvedic medicines work on the synergistic effects on the ingredients in which all the individual ingredients equally contribute to the pharmacological activities. Even though most of the formulations are clinically evaluated for their efficacy, there are many drawbacks which need to be overcome. The study design, population, and biomarkers all need to be evaluated in clinical trials.