सर्वज्ञाय नमस्कृत्य द्रव्याणां गूढवाचिनाम् । (१.१) अष्टाङ्गसंग्रहोक्तानां निघण्टुर् अभिधीयते ॥ (१.२) विदारीपञ्चाङ्गुलवृश्चिकालीवृश्चीवदेवाह्वयशूर्पपर्ण्यः । (२.१) कण्डूकरी जीवनाह्वस्वसंज्ञे द्वे पञ्चके गोपसुता त्रिपादी ॥ (२.२) विदार्यादिर् अयं हृद्यो बृंहणो वातपित्तहा । (३.१) शोषगुल्माङ्गमर्दोर्ध्वश्वासकासहरो गणः ॥ (३.२) विदारी गजवाजीष्टा वृषगन्धेक्षुगन्धिका । (४.१) शृगालिका पुष्पवल्ली…
The National Commission for Indian System of Medicine Bill, 2020 and the National Commission for Homoeopathy Bill 2020 were passed in Lok Sabha on 14th September 2020. These twin bills seek to replace the existing Indian Medicine Central Council Act, 1970 and the Homoeopathy Central Council Act, 1973.
This certificate, which is in the format recommended by WHO establishes the status of the pharmaceutical product and of the applicant for the certificate in the exporting country. It is for a single product only since manufacturing arrangements and approved information for different dosage forms and different strengths can vary.
Under the Drug and Cosmetics Act, the regulation of manufacture, sale and distribution of Drugs is primarily the concern of the State authorities while the Central Authorities are responsible for approval of New Drugs, Clinical Trials in the country, laying down the standards for Drugs
Ministry of AYUSH has taken cognizance of the news being recently flashed in the media about Ayurvedic medicines developed for treatment of COVID-19 by Patanjali Ayurved Ltd, Haridwar (Uttrakhand). Facts of the claim and details of the stated scientific study are not known to the Ministry.
सत्त्वबहुलमाकाशं रजोबहुलो वायुः सत्त्वरजोबहुलोऽग्नि सत्त्वतमोबहुला आपः तमोबहुला पृथिवीति
Charaka Samhita mentions the name of Punarvasu Atreya, Charaka, and Dridhabala. Punarvasu Atreya preached Ayurveda to his student Agnivesha, who composed the text which Charaka redacted and Dridhabala completed. The period of Punarvasu Atreya is considered to be 1000 BC. Charaka was the royal physician of king Kanishka.Therefore, the period of Charaka may be taken as second century BCE. The period of Dridhabala is taken as 400 CE. [Sharma PV. 1st edition. Varanasi: Chaukhambha Orientalia; 1975. Ayurveda Ka Vaignanik Itihas; p. 88.]