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Lavanya Ayurvedic Hospital

Dhawa Estate, Near Telco, Deva Road, Chinhat, , Lucknow- 226028
Uttar Pradesh , India  India
+91- 8303146878 http://www.lavanyaayurveda.com

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Lavanya Ayurvedic Hospital - Lucknow

Lavanya Ayurvedic Hospital was established as a service institution about 15 years back. It being an offshoot of Lavanya Trust (Regd.), started to function at Bansal Complex (Third Floor), Faizabad Road, Indira Nagar, Lucknow to cater the needs of ailing persons at out-patients level. The help of Ayurvedic specialties like Panchkarma, Shirodhara, various Vastis was also taken to give long-lasting effects of Ayurvedic medicines and to enhance vitality so as to popularize Ayurveda among masses.

Prominent Vaidyas gave their services in this direction of fulfilling the aim for extensive popularity to our ancient wisdom of medical science. It was always kept in forefront that Ayurveda be putforth in its scientifically proved form and so far as possible assistance of modern medicines be not taken. It was also felt that in our society some dreaded conditions like Cancer, AIDS, Hepatitis B & C etc. are taken as incurable diseases and these patients are left on the mercy of modern medical science which is quite expensive and induces side effects on the other hands but taken as last word. Unfortunately Ayurveda was not considered competent for treatment of incurable diseases because it was not presented in proper scientific manner with serious efforts.

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Acute Toxicity Study: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the acute oral toxicity study of LAS02 in female Sprague Dawley rat model. The study was performed as per OECD guideline 420 for acute oral toxic city. Animals were acclimatized in standard animal house environmental conditions at least for 5 days before the start of experiment.

On last day acclimatization, the animals were randomized on the basis of their body weight. The study was initiated by limit test procedure. Total 25 animals were selected with female sex ( age 8 to 12 weeks; with mean body weight range 180±5 g) and divided into five groups . Each group of animals has 5 female rat. In limit test procedure, initially one animal was dosed at 5000 mg/kg .Since at this dose level, animal was survived then further four additional animals were dosed approximately after 24 to 48 hours.

A total 5 animals were dosed at every dose levels. Same procedure was followed for other respective groups. After each dose levels, each group of animals were observed mortality, clinical sign of toxicity and any behavioral changes after post dosing for 5, 15 30minutes and once daily for 14 days. Body weight and feed consumption were recorded daily up to 14 days.

Our findings showed that No effects of toxicity or moralities were observed post dosing and during the 14-day observation period in any of the animals. All five rats gained body weight by Day 7 and at the end of the study. At the end of the 14-day observation period, each animal was sacrificed and submitted for gross necropsy. No gross pathological findings were observed in organs of any rat during necropsy.

Based on the foregoing results, the acute oral LD50 in rats of the test article, LAS 02 was found to be in excess of 5000 mg/kg. Therefore, the test article is considered not to present a significant acute toxic risk if swallowed. The Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals classifies compounds in which the estimated LD50 is greater than 2000 mg/kg with no deaths or evidence of toxicity as being Category 5 chemicals.

The Office of Prevention, Pesticides and Toxic Substances classifies compounds in which the estimated LD50 is greater than 5000 mg/kg with no deaths or evidence of toxicity as being Category IV chemicals. On the basis of above findings and classification of label as GSH &OPPTS, Las02 is safe and test substance under category 5 &IV.

Specialities

Blood cancer: Blood cancer is caused by malignancy that attacks the blood, lymphatic system, or bone marrow. Gallbladder cancer: Gallbladder cancer is a relatively uncommon cancer. It has peculiar geographical distribution being common in central and South America, central and eastern Europe, Japan and northern India; it is also common in certain ethnic groups e.g.

Native American Indians and Hispanics. If it is diagnosed early enough, it can be cured by removing the gallbladder, part of the liver and associated lymph nodes. Most often it is found after symptoms such as abdominal pain, jaundice and vomiting occur, and it has spread to other organs such as the liver. The incidence of gall bladder cancer is increasing in China as well as north central India.

It is a rare cancer that is thought to be related to gallstones building up, which also can lead to calcification of the gallbladder, a condition known as porcelain gallbladder. Porcelain gallbladder is also rare. Some studies indicate that people with porcelain gallbladder have a high risk of developing gallbladder cancer, but other studies question this.The outlook is poor for recovery if the cancer is found after symptoms have started to occur, with a 5-year survival rate close to 3%.

Aids: People living with HIV/AIDS often choose traditional or complementary and alternative medicine to complement or replace conventional treatment. The presence of multi-drug or even multiclass resistance in HIV also warrants the need to explore additional means to combat HIV and provide further justifications for the need of alternative and complementary medicines in the treatment of HIV/ AIDS.

Most of the traditional system of medicine in India includes some form of ‘medicinal plant’herb, or natural plant products It is therefore not surprising that the activity of these traditional medicines against HIV can be scientifically analysed to deduce the role of natural plant products in their anti-HIV activities. A number of medicinal plants have been reported to have anti-HIV properties (1). Over the past two decades, substantial progress has been made in research on the natural products possessing anti-HIV activity.

A variety of secondary metabolites obtained from natural origin showed moderate to good anti-HIV activity (2).Beside traditional and herbal medicine, Siddha medicine is also a one among the great heritage of India. According to Siddha medical science, the Universe originally consisted of atom which contributed to the five basic elements, viz., earth, water, fire, air and sky which correspond to the five senses of the human body and they were the fundamentals of all the corporeal things in the world.

The uniqueness of Siddha medicine is providing permanent cure of certain chronic diseases. which are considered as a non curable. In addition to herb and animal products, Siddha system also uses metal and mineral products such as Parpam, Chendooram, Chunnam etc. Mercury and gold based Siddha drugs play a vital role in the management of chronic diseases in Siddha system. Siddha formulations are a mixture of organic-inorganics and provide synergistic action with less toxicity.

LAA is a herbomineral drug that is under patent process ( trade screte).This drug have anti-HIV property, synergistic effect and less toxic effect. In this present investigation authors have tried to determine the efficacy study of a new Herbomineral drug LAA ( trade scrate) in HIV infected patients. Aids: People living with HIV/AIDS often choose traditional or complementary and alternative medicine to complement or replace conventional treatment.

The presence of multi-drug or even multiclass resistance in HIV also warrants the need to explore additional means to combat HIV and provide further justifications for the need of alternative and complementary medicines in the treatment of HIV/ AIDS. Most of the traditional system of medicine in India includes some form of ‘medicinal plant’herb, or natural plant products It is therefore not surprising that the activity of these traditional medicines against HIV can be scientifically analysed to deduce the role of natural plant products in their anti-HIV activities.

A number of medicinal plants have been reported to have anti-HIV properties (1). Over the past two decades, substantial progress has been made in research on the natural products possessing anti-HIV activity. A variety of secondary metabolites obtained from natural origin showed moderate to good anti-HIV activity (2).Beside traditional and herbal medicine, Siddha medicine is also a one among the great heritage of India.

The uniqueness of Siddha medicine is providing permanent cure of certain chronic diseases. which are considered as a non curable. In addition to herb and animal products, Siddha system also uses metal and mineral products such as Parpam, Chendooram, Chunnam etc. Mercury and gold based Siddha drugs play a vital role in the management of chronic diseases in Siddha system. Siddha formulations are a mixture of organic-inorganics and provide synergistic action with less toxicity.

Languages Spoken

  • English
  • Urdu

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Treatments For:

  • Cancer
  • Heart Diseases
  • Hepatitis
  • Pain
  • Tonsillitis

Consultation Type: Direct ConsultationAll patients have to come to the practitioner's location.


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