ghrita (ghrēˑ·t),

n in Ayurveda, medicated oils derived from plants or minerals.
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Study of the Immunomodulatory activity of Haridradi Ghrita in rats, Indian J.
2003) evaluated Haridradi Ghrita (HG) at four dose levels i.
Mahajan, used nasal-gastric administration to test Triphala ghrita on rats.
Triphala ghrita had a protective effect on the other galactose-fed groups, with Group D (1080 mg) showing the best results.
frutescens root is one of the important ingredients of the Ayurvedic formulations "Ashwagandharishta" and "Swalpachaitasa Ghrita," which are indicated for the treatment of epilepsy and other ailments [13].
Brahmi ghrita, an Ayurvedic formulation significantly improved latency in Elevated Plus Maze in rats [21].
Effect of Brahmi Ghrita, a polyherbal formulation on learning and memory paradigms in experimental animals.
Wound healing and anti-inflammatory potential of madhu ghrita.
A MAOIST was killed in Ghrita village near Jhargram on Sunday after a gun battle with personnel of the West Bengal Police and paramilitary forces.
Praveen Tripathi, Jhargram's superintendent of police, said joint teams of the police and the paramilitary surrounded Ghrita in West Midnapore district around 3.
Evaluation of hepatoprotective effect of Amalkadi ghrita against carbon tetrachloride-induced hepatic damage in rats.
Tenders are invited for Provision of Panchatikta Ghrita,Triphala Ghrita.