University of Delhi, India
Title: Indian vedic literature: Medicinal plants and pharmacological aspects
Biography: Anamika Singh
India is a rich country, especially in terms of natural resources; Himalayan, Western Ghats and wide mountain range are the main vacillator of different plants of medicinal values. Many of these plants are describes perfectly in Ayurveda and till date it is widely used throughout country and worldwide by Ayurveda practitioners. 21st century is the era, where science expands like anything but still there is much more hidden in terms of medicinal plants and their role. This article is focus on pharmacological aspects of Indian medicinal plants that are describes perfectly in Ayurveda. Modern medicines are completely experiment based and well documented and Indian medicinal plants are describes in the form of sutras that are in Sanskrit language, that may be a reason that few plants are still not well known in medical terms as Sanskrit is not easy to understand by everyone, so few basic examples can easy discussed and described in detail in the article.