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5 year Impact Factor : 1.279
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Article Influence Score : 0.224
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  Jan-Mar 2018 | Vol 14 | Issue  53
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Editorial
Pharmacognosy Magazine's Performance in the Year 2017: A Report
KK Mueen Ahmed
It is happy to write an editorial for this issue. Pharmacognosy Magazine (Pharmacogn. Mag.) (www.phcog.com) is one of the prime journals in the field of Natural Products and Pharmacognosy.[1],[2] In...
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Editorial
Sulforaphane salads
Ashok Kumar Tiwari
“Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” – Hippocrates Advances in modern science and technology, health sciences in particular, have undoubtedly improved living cond...
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Original Article
Hypolipidemic effect of Psidium guajava Leaf extract against hepatotoxicity in rats
K Vijayakumar, RL Rengarajan, R Radhakrishnan, A Vijaya Anand
Background: Plant-based natural extracts cure several diseases in human. However, the extract of Psidium guajava leaf is not yet evaluated on changes of lipid profile in hepatic diseas...
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