Ayurvedic Drugs And Their Plant Sources**
Oxford & IBH Publishing Company Pvt. Limited, 1994 - Herbs - 570 pages
A wholesome and uniform Materia Media has been a fond dream, but an elusive goal, for men of Ayurveda since long, largely due to the widespread disagreement over the choice of herbal sources of various drugs and also due to the persistent indifference of practitioners towards the problem. Even those people who are highly concerned about the rot have been groping in the dark as to the ways and means of getting out of the present quagmire.
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