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International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science (IJRFAS) is peer- reviewed (refereed) international journal published by A D Publication. Its aim to provide the most complete and reliable source of information on current and Futuristic research. It is a leading e-journal, under which we are encouraging and exploring newer ideas of current trends in research by publishing papers containing pure knowledge. The Journal is started with noble effort to help the researchers in their work and also to share knowledge and research ideas.

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  • Kaumarbhritya-Balaroga (Pediatrics),
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  • Shalakyatantra (Otorhinolaryngology/ENT & Ophthalmology).

This journal publishes the following types of contributions:

  • Research papers that propose is presenting the novel methodology.
  • Review articles are providing reviews and critical evaluation of developments in a specific topic of interest.
  • Short communications describing initial research findings of potential significance, and substantive comments on previously published papers.
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Chief Editor:

Dr. Yeshwant Rajpal Patil

Professor & Head of Department, Department of Swasthavritta,Governemnt Ayurved Mahavidyalaya,Vazirabad,Nanded,India

Associate Editor:

Prof. & Dr. Chaturbhuja Bhuyan

Former-Professor and Head,Shalya Chikitsa (Surgery),Institute For Post Graduate Teaching  And Research In Ayurveda,Gujarat Ayurveda University, Jamnagar, Gujarat.India

President-Indian Proctology Society, Ananta Vihar,Phase-II,Pokhariput,Bhubaneswar-751020, Odisha,India

Director,Center for Care of Ano-Rectum Research by Indian System of Medicine & Allied (CCARRISMA),GHC,Hospital,Ashoka Nagar Bhubaneswar,India

Editor Board:

Dr. Dhimdhime Ravindra Sahebrao

Prof. & Head of Departemnt, Department of sharir kriya,Government Ayurved College, Osmanabad,India

Prof. & Dr. Arpan A Bhatt

Professor & Head,Dept. of Swasthavritta and Yoga,Shri Gulabkunverba Ayurved Mahavidyalaya,GUJARAT AYURVED UNIVERSITY,Jamnagar, India

Prof & Dr. Kahalekar Dhananjay Nilkanthrao

Government Ayurved College Nanded,Kayachikitsa Department,Maharashtra University of Health Science,Nashik, Maharashtra,India

Dr Subhash G Marlewar

Professor,Department of Obs & Gynecology,R A Podar Medical College(Ayurvedic), Worli Mumbai,India

Dr. Samata Virendrasingh Tomar

Head of Department,Department of Agadtantra,Shree Gulabkunverba Ayurved Mahavidyalaya,Gujarat Ayurved University,Jamnagar,India

Prof. & Dr. Neha Tank Modha

Sh. Gulabkunverba Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Gujarat Ayurveda University, Jamnagar, Gujarat, India

Dr. Ranjeet Sawant

Dept. of Rasashastra & B. K. Smt. K. G. Mittal Punarvasu Ayurved College, Mumbai, India

Dr. Veena Ajay Patil

Government Ayurveda College,Osmanabad,Maharashtra University of Health Sciences,Nasik,Inda

Dr. Darshna Pandya

Institute for PG Teaching and Research in Ayurveda, Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar,India

Dr. Sima Ashok Kurule

Rasashastra & Bhaishajya kalpana dept. ,GAC Nanded,India

Dr. Mangesh Wasudeo Nalkande

Govt Ayurved college , Nanded, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik,India

Dr. Kalpana Ramesh Chavhan

Department of Agadtantra,Maharashtra University of Health Science,Nashik, Maharashtra,India

Dr Ujwala Ashokrao Jadhao

Ras-Shastra Department,Governemnt Ayurved Mahavidyalaya,Nanded,India

Dr. Prasad P Deshpande

Department of Swasthavritta & Yoga, Government Ayurved College, Nagpur (Maharashtra), India

Dr. Amit Nakanekar

Government Ayurvedic college, Department of Kayachikitsa,Nagpur,India

Dr. Rashtrapal

Government Ayurveda College Nanded,India

Dr. Shalinee Kumari Mishra

Department of Swasthavritta, IPGT & RA,India

Dr. Panara Kalpesh Bhojabhai

Department of Dravyaguna Institute for Post Graduate Teaching and Research in Ayurveda Gujarat Ayurved University Jamnagar

Dr. Swati Ambadas Thakare

Department of Panchakarma, RPAMP, Parbhani, Maharashtra University of Health Sciences, Nashik,India

Dr. Archana Dhananjay Inchekar

Maharashtra University of Health Science,Nashik, Maharashtra,India

Dr.Ashvin Bhaurao Bagde

Department of Samhita and Siddhanta,Government Ayurved College, Osmanabad,India

Dr. Sandeep V. Binorkar

Dept. of Agadatantra, Govt. Ayurveda College, Nanded, Maharashtra,India

Dr. Sushil Vilas Chawre

Department of Kayachikitsa,Govt. Ayurved college,Nagpur

Dr. Pratibha V Kulkarni

Associate Professor,SDM College of Ayurveda,BM Road,Tanniruhalla Hassan,Karnataka,India

Dr. Shrinath Mayur Vaidya

RGUHS, Bangalore CCIM Central Registration,India

Dr. Sumeeta S Jain

Professor,Department of Swasthavritta,Government Ayurveda College, Nanded, Maharashtra,India

Dr. Dharmendra Mishra

PG Department of Rachana Sharir, JD Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Aligarh,UP,India

Dr. Premanand Bhalerao

National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur Ayush Ministry, Delhi Dr SRRAU, Jodhpur,India

Dr. Sandeep madhukar lahange

Department of sharir rachhana ,National Institute of ayurveda, Jaipur , Rajasthan

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Review on Lekhaniya Mahakashaya mentioned in Charak Samhita w.s.r. to hypolipidemic action

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Dr. Pansare T A, Dr. Kulkarni D. V, Borokar A. A, Dodke P.C

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MLA : A, Dr. Pansare et al."Review on Lekhaniya Mahakashaya mentioned in Charak Samhita w.s.r. to hypolipidemic action","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2018).

APA : A, D et al. (2018)."Review on Lekhaniya Mahakashaya mentioned in Charak Samhita w.s.r. to hypolipidemic action","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : A, Dr. Pansare et al."Review on Lekhaniya Mahakashaya mentioned in Charak Samhita w.s.r. to hypolipidemic action","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2018).

Hyperlipidemia is an umbrella term that refers to any of several acquired or genetic disorders that result in high levels of lipids in the blood including cholesterol and triglycerides which can be correlated to raise and vitiated Medodhatu (lipids) in the body as mentioned in Ayurveda.  In recent times, increasing attention has been focused on serum lipid levels as a risk factor for coronary heart disease and stroke. Raised cholesterol is estimated to be responsible for 18% of cerebrovascular disease and 56% of ischemic heart disease. Overall, these diseases account for about 4.4 million deaths (7.9% of the total). India is sitting on a gold mine of well-recorded and well-practiced knowledge of traditional herbal medicine. In Ayurveda the chapter 4 of Charak Samhita sutrasthan deals with 50 different groups of 10 herbs with common action. The third of these groups is Lekhaniya Mahakashaya i.e. plants acting as scraping agents. The raised and vitiated Medodhatu (fats) in the body is scraped, digested and destroyed by these herbs. The present paper provides information about the pharmacological action of these Lekhaniya herbs with special reference to Hyperlipidemia. The probable mode of action of Lekhaniya Mahakashaya is excretion of bile in feces reducing absorption of fats, lipids in gut. It is hoped that this data shall be useful to all pharmacies & practitioners for the preparation of formulation and management of hyperlipidemia.

Lekhaniya Mahakashaya, Hyperlipidemia, Lekhaniya herbs, Lekhan

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3.     Pandit Kashinath Pandeya and Dr. Gorakshanath Chaturvedi. Charak Samhita (Hindi translation). Varanasi; Chaukhamba Bharati Acadamy; Reprinted 2013. P.65-72.

4.     Prof. Priya Vrat Sharma. DravyagunaVidnyan-1(Hindi). 2nded. Varanasi; Chaukhamba Bharati Academy; 1956. Reprinted 2006.

5.     Damale Neena, Title of the Article ‘Efficacy of lekhaniya kashaya in obesity’.Int. journal of applied research (ISSN:2347- 6362), 2014; 1(8): 1-7

6.     Dominic Amalraj A., Parkavi C et al. Hypolipidemic activity of Cyperus rotundus on CCL4 induced dyslipidemia in rats. Asian Journal of Pharmaceutical Technology, 2012; 2(2):  51-3

7.     Anbu, J; Anjana, Ashwini et al. Evaluation of antihyperlipidemic activity of ethanolic extract of Saussurae lappa in rats. International Journal of Pharma and Biosciences, 2011; 2(4): 550

8.     Babu PS and Srinivasan K. Hypolipidemic action of Curcumin, the active principle of turmeric (Curcuma longa) in Streptozotocin induced diabetic rats. Mol cell Biochem, 1997; 166(1-2): 169-75,available from-

9.     Dipti Potdar, R. R. Hirwani et al. Phyto-chemical and pharmacological application of Berberis aristata. Fitoterapia, 2012; 83(5): 817-30,available from-

10.   10. Parab RS, Mengi SA. Hypolipidemic activity of Acorus calamus L. in rats. Fitoterapia, 2002; 73(6): 451-5,available from-  

11.   Subhash AK and Augustine A. Hypolipidemic effect of methanol fraction of Aconitum heterophyllum Wall ex Royle and the mechanism of action in diet induced obese rats. Journal of Adv Pharma technol Res, 2012; 3(4): 224-8,available from- 

12.   Vijender Singh, Ashok Chaudhary et al. Anti-hyperlipidemic activity of Picrorhiza Kurroa Royle ex Benth roots. International journal of drug development and research, 2012; 4(3): 1-4,available online-

13.   Sudha R. Pendurkar and Sushma A. Mengi. Antihyperlipidemic effect of aqueous extract of Plumbago zeylanica roots in diet-induced hyperlipidemic rats. Pharmaceutical Biology, 2009; 47(10): 1004-10,available from-

14.   Subhash AK and Augustine A. Hypolipidaemic effects of methanol extract of Holoptelia integrifolia (Roxb.) planchon bark in diet-induced obese rats. Appl Biochem Biotechnol, 2013; 109(2): 946-53,available from - 

15.   M. Iqbal Choudhary, S. Naheed et al. Effects of ethanolic extract of Iris germanica on lipid profile of rats fed on a high-fat diet. Journal of ethnopharmacology, 2005; 98(1): 217-20,a vailable from -

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18.    Antiwal Meera and Singh Jai Prakash, A clinical evaluation of lekhaniya ghanwati in the management of sthaulya (obesity). Int. Ayurvedic medical journal (ISSN: 2320 5091), 2014; 2(4): 506-15

19.   The Fatty Acid Composition and Properties of Oil Extracted from Fresh Rhizomes of Turmeric (Curcuma longa Linn.) Cultivars of Bangladesh B. K. Paul, M. M. U. Munshi et.  BANGLADESH JOURNAL OF SCIENTIFIC AND INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH 46(1), 127-132, 2011

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A review on khalitya (hair loss) and its management with ayurveda

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Dr Ujwala Ashokrao Jadhao, Dr Nalini R Hedaoo, Dr P K Gandhi, Dr C E Lagad, Dr Rajesh Ingole

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MLA : Jadhao, Dr Ujwala et al."A review on khalitya (hair loss) and its management with ayurveda","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2018).

APA : Jadhao, D et al. (2018)."A review on khalitya (hair loss) and its management with ayurveda","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Jadhao, Dr Ujwala et al."A review on khalitya (hair loss) and its management with ayurveda","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2018).

In today’s corporate life, prime importance is given to your appearance, personality and beauty.  Due to todays fast life, a working lady can not give proper attention to maintain a good, healthy and shining hair, so the problem hair loss arises. Recent findings have shown 1 in 4 women i.e. 25% are suffering from this problem. If you are experiencing sudden or unexplained hair loss i. e. >100 hairs a day then one can diagnose this condition as a Hair loss. It is often caused by predetermined Genetic factors, Stress, Anemia, vitamin B12, Zinc, Biotin, Protein deficiencies, Chemotherapy treatments etc. From Ayurvedic perspective hair is a byproduct (malbhag) of ashtidhatu. So if Asthi dhatu is in samyakawastha then hair will be in samyakawastha and vice versa, so firstly we have to treat ashtidhatu by regulating ashtidhatwagni which ultimately produce healthy hair. In Ayurvedic texts very effective remedies were mentioned for the same. Shodhan and Shaman are two basic principles of treatment, Shodhan consists of Nasya, basti etc and Shaman consists of Bhrungaraj, Jatamansi, Amalaki Rasayan,Loha bhasma, Kasis bhasma etc. So the present study is carried out to know the traditional ayurvedic treatment for khalitya (hair loss).

Hair loss, Khalitya, Nasya, Ayurveda , Bhringaraj
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