Thursday 15 July 2010

Author(s): Ankur Paliwal

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  • I am interested in

    I am interested in cultivation of guggal shrub. Please guide me.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 11 months ago | Reply
  • I am interested to actually

    I am interested to actually work for the cultivation of this plant in rajasthan at grassroot level. can i get some more information on this plant.
    Thanks

    Posted by: Anonymous | 5 years ago | Reply
  • Can any one tell me the

    Can any one tell me the import export data of gum of commiphora wightii?
    also what is the price of gum per KG?
    Thanks

    Posted by: Anonymous | 5 years ago | Reply
  • Dr.M.Muthukrishnan is right.

    Dr.M.Muthukrishnan is right. Approximately half the individuals using herbal medicines do not tell
    their physician. This non-communication
    further increases the risk to the consumer
    because doctors might fail to diagnose adverse
    effects caused by treatments of which
    they are not aware.The consumer should be informed
    that ÔÇÿnaturalÔÇÖ does not necessarily mean ÔÇÿfree
    from riskÔÇÖ and that adverse effects as a
    result of AHMs are an undeniable reality.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 6 years ago | Reply
  • The great demand for the

    The great demand for the guggal is due to its misuse by the doctors as well as the public. People buy guggal online and over the counter without doctors prescription even when they do not require to use it. They are prompted by the traders, online consultants and publicity-mongering doctors appearing in television programs. Not only guggal but many other useful drugs also have become rare because of their misbuse.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 6 years ago | Reply
  • The great demand for guggal

    The great demand for guggal is due to its abuse by the doctors as well as the patients. People who do not require guggal also consume it for a long period to prevent obesity, arthritis and cardiac ailments. It's online advertisements and selling need to be banned.

    Posted by: Anonymous | 6 years ago | Reply
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