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Arogh

Antioxidant role of Arogh in isoproterenol induced myocardial infarction in rats has been studied. The activity of heart tissue antioxidants like glutathione, superoxide dismutase, catalase, glutathione peroxidase and glutathione­s­transferase were significantly decreased in isoproterenol administered group.

The activity of ceruloplasmin and levels of glutathione, vitamins E and C were also found to be substantially decreased in serum with a concomitant rise in lipid peroxide levels after isoproterenol exposure to rats. The synergistic effect of Arogh pretreatment, significantly suppressed the alterations induced by isoproterenol alone in rats.

Role of Arogh

1. Role of Arogh, a polyherbal formulation to mitigate oxidative stress in experimental myocardial infarction

S Suchalathaa, P Thirugnanasambandamb, E Maheswaranb & C S Shyamala Devia*
aDepartment of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, University of Madras, Guindy Campus, Chennai 600 025, India
bRumi Herbal Research Institute (Pvt) Limited, 1932, 38th Street,
I Block, Anna Nagar West, Chennai 600 040, India
Received 21 March 2003; revised 26 May 2003


2. EVALUATING THE CLINICAL EFFICACY OF A POLYHERBAL FORMULATION AROGH PLUS ON STRESS – A RANDOMISED CLINICAL STUDY

Anoop Austin ¹, Elsie C.S.² and Thirugnanasambantham P.²

¹ Rumi Herbals R & D centre, 40/41, Spartan Avenue, Mugappair East, Chennai – 600 037
India
² Rohini Holistic Health Centre, 40/41, Spartan Avenue, Mugappair East, Chennai – 600 037
India


3. Clinical Efficacy of a Polyherbal Instant Formulation (Arogh) in the Management of Hyperlipidaemia

Anoop Austin, ‘G. Senthilvel, P. Thirugnanasambantham and E. Mayisvren

Rumi Herbals R and D Centre, 6/15, Ohri Salai, Mugappair East,Chennai-600 037, India

‘Rohini Holistic Healh Centre, 40/41, Spartan Avenue, Mugappair East, Chennai-600 037, India


4. Effect of a polyherbal formulation on anxiety and behaviour mediated via monoamine neurotransmitters

R Balaraman¹, M Mohan²‚*, VM Aurangabadkar², GB Jadhav², Anoop Austin³ and Thirugnanasampathan³

¹ Department of Pharmacy, Faculty of Technology and Engineering, The M. S. University of Baroda, Kalabhavan,
Baroda, Gujrat, 390001, India;

² Department of Pharmacology, M. G. V’s College of Pharmacy, Panchavati,
Nashik, Maharashtra 422003, India;

³ Rumi Herbals Pvt. Ltd. Chennai-600037, India