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EDITORIAL -VOL. 3, ISSUE 6

EDITORIAL

Ayurvedic System of medicine has described many herbs and plants with their anti inflammatory and pain relieving activity. When evaluated their pharmacological activity was scientifically, these have been found to be effective. Due o extensive usage of herbs and plant extracts some of the species has been declared endangered one and there is urgent need to look for alternative method of propagation or to identify new plants or plants parts with similar active components so that complete herb or plant should not be uprooted for collection of raw material for ayurvedic medicines. Saraca asoca has been traditionally used in the Ayurvedic system for treatment of dyspepsia, fever, pain, biliousness, burning sensation, colic dysentery, internal bleeding, haemorrhoids, ulcers, menorrhagia, uterine fibroids and leucorrhoea. Manuscript published has shown some light on it.

As mentioned in previous editorial, bioequivalence studies are important for establishing safety and efficacy profile of generic drugs as compared to innovator drugs. Large number of generic versions of a fixed-dose combination (FDC) of Metformin HCl 500mg (ER) and Glimepiride 2mg (IR) are available in the market and there bioequivalence is of interest to medical professionals, regulators and patients also.
We hope readers and contributor will also like the content of this issue.

Sincerely
J.N. Singh
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