Research topics for Ayurvedic science and medicine

Research topics for Ayurvedic science and medicine

In this article, we guide candidates to choose an apt topic for their thesis or dissertation. Talk to us for ideas; meanwhile, you can select the right research topic from any of the following options. Ideas worth considering are

  • Impact of yoga (Different types) and Spirituality (India vs Chinese) on lifestyle management;
  • Meditation, yoga postures, and pranayama: tools for balancing doshas;
  • Managing various diseases and validating chikitsa-sutra and kriya-karma;
  • How lifestyle diseases in India are prevented using Ayurveda;
  • The wisdom of Ayurveda and the fact that UK scientists have a lot of uncovering;
  • Medico, ethnic, botanical examination in new areas;
  • Restoration of Ayurveda texts from rare and not published documents with critical comments;
  • Documentation and validation of traditional activities, folklores in connection with human and veterinary use;
  • Examination of Medical and Ayurveda explanation in nonayurveda literature such as Vedas, Puranas, Samhitas, Sanskrit literature, and so forth;
  • Specific diseases and study of shatkriyakala. Establishing a correlation in the clinical, pathological and biochemical and immunological and molecular markers, and so forth;
  • Analyses of drug and drug’s interaction between ayurvedic drugs and allopathic drugs;
  • Investigating molecular targets and activities of ayurvedic dosages;
  • Occupational hazards, and diseases and managing ailments via Ayurveda;
  • Studying various parts of the country about people’s health or health seeking behavioural trends. Especially about Ayurveda;
  • Analysing various parts of the country on ayurvedic versus Medical prescriptions among practitioners;
  • Correlation studies of numerous physiological, pathological conditions in connection to prakriti;
  • Validation and the objective assessments of agni;
  • Validation of ojas regarding biochemical, immunological, and clinical;
  • Studying the occurrence of disease in the different community and geographical locations;
  • Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics;
  • Antioxidants and immunomodulator practices in Ayurveda dosages, particularly in classical formulations;
  • Para-surgical procedures along with leech therapy process standardisation;
  • Pre-empting some common ailments because of seasonal changes and analysing; Dincharya and ritucharya and sadavritta in fostering positive health;
  • Specific disease conditions and validating the impact of pathyapathya;
  • Poorva-karmas and panchakarma and allied procedure standardization;
  • Numerous types of ksharasutra and standardization, chemical characterization. Uses of in anorectal and other sinuses;
  • Roga and Rogi pariksha according to ayurvedic classics and the development of subjective and objective parameters;
  • The bioavailability and efficacy connection with anupana and sahapana;
  • Analyzing ama in connection with causes of various diseases. Change in clinical and pathological and biological and immunological profile;
  • The first schedule of D&C Act and what it says about the validity and comparison of the efficacy of classical medicines as those mentioned in reference texts;
  • The activity of various dosage form of Ayurveda drugs and formulations on antimicrobial, anti-bacterial, anti-protozoal, antifungal, and anti-viral infections;
  • Biotechnology to the rescue for improving the quality, efficacy, and longevity of ayurvedic formulations;
  • Analyses of variation according to the season, and time of collection, and habitat of plants with regard to a chemical compound and active principle and pharmacological activity;
  • Justification of shodhan and marana of metals and minerals as required;
  • Endorsement of shodhan of plants, chiefly toxic plants mentioned in D&C Act, under schedule E;
  • Contrasting drugs of the same category defined as dasemani, ganas, mahakasaya, and so forth;
  • Contrasting various parts of a specific plant with the indicated or used part;
  • Protocols development of tissues or endangered species of Ayurveda plants;
  • Performance contrast of original drugs and substitute drugs in terms of identification and properties and action;
  • Contrasting drugs with diverse botanical uniqueness used with one ayurvedic nomenclature;
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