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Dr. Vartika Jain
 
Highest Degree: Ph.D. in Botany from Mohan Lal Sukhadia University, Udaipur, India
 
Institute: Govt. Girls' College, India
 
Area of Interest: Pharmacology and Toxicology
  •   Ethno, Pharmacology
  •   Fibrinolysis
  •   Clinical Studies
  •   Medicinal Plant
 
URL: http://livedna.org/91.969
 
My SELECTED Publications
1:   Bhatia, S. and V. Jain, 2014. Enumeration of grasses in Dungarpur forest range in Rajasthan. Int. J. Environ. Sci., 5: 227-230.
2:   Bordia, A., S.K. Verma and V. Jain, 2009. Studies on the Beneficial effects of Functional Foods Like Garlic, Ginger, Fenugreek and Amla with Special Reference to Ischemic Heart Disease. In: Role of Dietary Fibres and Nutraceuticals in Preventing Diseases, Augusti, K.T. (Ed.). Pharmamed Press, Hyderabad, pp: 313-326.
3:   Dash, S.S., V. Jain and S.K. Jain, 2015. Notable name changes in plants of Indian Puranas. Nelumbo, 57: 82-85.
4:   Jain, A. and V. Jain, 2014. A synopsis of some name changes in plants of Rajasthan, India. Bull. Microvita Res. Integrat. Med., 6: 29-31.
5:   Jain, A., S.S. Katewa, S.K. Sharma, P.K. Galav and V. Jain, 2011. Snake-lore and indigenous snake-bite remedies practiced by some tribals of Rajasthan, India. Indian J. Trad. Knowledge, 10: 258-268.
6:   Jain, P.C. and V. Jain, 2009. Water insurance-need of the hour. Prout, 20: 21-22.
7:   Jain, S.K. and V. Jain, 2015. Evolution of ethnobotany in last six decades in India: An overview. Ethnobotany, 27: 1-6.
8:   Jain, V. and P.C. Jain, 2012. Rain water harvesting- need of the hour. NESA Newsl., 15: 3-3.
9:   Jain, V. and S. Nayaka, 2015. Use of some of the lichen species as spices in Dungarpur, Rajasthan. In: Recent advances in Ethnobotany. Kumar, S., (Ed.). Deep Publications, New Delhi, India, pp: 57-60.
10:   Jain, V. and S.K. Jain, 2016. Compendium of Indian Folk Medicine and Ethnobotany (1991-2015). Deep Publications, New Delhi.
11:   Jain, V. and S.K. Jain, 2017. Dictionary of Local to Botanical Names of Plants in Indian Folk Life (Guide to over 26000 Tribal and Rural Plant Names Documented in Sixty Years Ethnobotanical Field Work). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur.
12:   Jain, V. and S.K. Verma, 2008. Conservation of silk cotton tree. Prout, 19: 22-23.
13:   Jain, V. and S.K. Verma, 2012. Pharmacology of Bombax ceiba Linn. Springer, Heidelberg, Germany, ISBN- 9783642279034.
14:   Jain, V. and S.K. Verma, 2013. Plants in prabhat samgiita. Bull. Microvita Res. Integrat. Med., 5: 7-15.
15:   Jain, V. and S.K. Verma, 2014. Assessment of credibility of some folk medicinal claims on Bombax ceiba L. Indian J. Trad. Knowledge, 13: 87-94.
16:   Jain, V. and S.K. Verma, 2014. Neo-humanistic exploration: Pala'sh tree in prabha't samgiita. PROUT, 25: 40-43.
17:   Jain, V. and S.K. Verma, 2016. Folkloric use of plants for treatment of epilepsy in India. J. Trad. Folk Pract., 2: 120-134.
18:   Jain, V., 2009. Solar cooker: A must for every sunny house. A boon for farm lady and working women. Prout, 20: 29-30.
19:   Jain, V., 2010. Little steps to save environment- role of common man. NESA Newsl., 13: 2-4.
20:   Jain, V., 2011. Solar cooker: Simplifying working women`s life. Udaipur plus. Times India, 4: 3-3.
21:   Jain, V., 2012. Bombax ceiba (Semal) in Indian folklore and traditions. Ethnobotany, 24: 79-82.
22:   Jain, V., 2013. Historical footsteps in search of Viruses. Bull. Microvita Res. Integrat. Med., 5: 3-4.
23:   Jain, V., 2013. Traditional subsistence grains of the poor now health foods of the rich. Ethnobotany, 25: 109-114.
24:   Jain, V., 2013. Water crisis- problem and possible solutions. NESA Newsl., 16: 3-3.
25:   Jain, V., 2014. A note on an abnormal flower of Bombax ceiba L. Phytotaxonomy, 14: 164-165.
26:   Jain, V., 2015. Prabhat samgiita: Some folk-cultural aspects. Ethnobotany, 27: 108-113, (In Hindi).
27:   Jain, V., 2015. Biodiversity conservation practices in Indian mythology. PCAP, 3: 8-10.
28:   Jain, V., 2015. Popular Sacred Plants in Prabhat samgiita. In: Indian Ethnobotany: Emerging Trends, Jain, A. (Ed.). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, pp: 181-194.
29:   Jain, V., 2015. Some less known ethnobotanical uses of plants in Dungarpur, Rajasthan. Tribe, 47: 88-93.
30:   Jain, V., 2016. Psychic pabula, imperialism and microvita in view of Sarkar's microvitology. Bull. Microvita Res. Integr. Med., 8: 10-10.
31:   Jain, V., 2016. Candy of Cannabis sativa L.: A traditional intoxicant in Udaipur, Rajasthan. J. Trad. Folk Pract., 4: 129-131.
32:   Jain, V., 2016. Ethno-biology of exhibits in a mega handicraft fair of Rajasthan. Indian J. Tradit. Knowledge (In Press). .
33:   Jain, V., 2017. Semal: A tree of multifarious importance. Royal Harbinger, Vol. 3. .
34:   Jain, V., M. Nath, N. Chauhan and S.K. Jain, 2015. Taxonomic and phytogeographic aspects of plants of Indian puranas. Phytotaxonomy, 15: 152-165.
35:   Jain, V., S.K. Verma and S.S. Katewa, 2007. A dogmatic tradition posing threat to Bombax ceiba: The Indian Red Kapok tree. Med. Plant Conserv., 13: 12-15.
36:   Jain, V., S.K. Verma and S.S. Katewa, 2009. Myths, traditions and fate of multipurpose Bombax ceiba L.: An appraisal. Indian J. Trad. Knowledge, 8: 638-644.
37:   Jain, V., S.K. Verma and S.S. Katewa, 2010. Therapeutic validation of Ipomoea digitata tuber (Ksheervidari) for its effect on cardio vascular risk parameters. Indian J. Tradit. Knowledge, 10: 617-623.
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38:   Jain, V., S.K. Verma and S.S. Katewa, 2011. Free radical scavenging property of Bombax ceiba root. Res. J. Med. Plant, 5: 462-470.
39:   Jain, V., S.K. Verma and S.S. Katewa, 2011. Free radical scavenging property of Ipomoea digitata Linn. tuber. J. Herbal Med. Toxicol., 5: 137-143.
40:   Jain, V., S.K. Verma and S.S. Katewa, 2012. Effect of Bombax ceiba root on some cardiovascular risk parameters in patients with ischemic heart disease. Asian J. Biol. Sci., 5: 351-357.
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41:   Jain, V., S.K. Verma, S.K. Sharma and S.S. Katewa, 2011. Bombax ceiba Linn.-As an umbrella tree species in forests of southern Rajasthan, India. Res. J. Environ. Sci., 5: 722-729.
42:   Jain, V., S.S. Katewa and S.K. Verma, 2012. In vitro Antimicrobial Activity of Roots of Bombax ceiba Linn.: An Ethnomedicinal Plant. In: Folk Herbal Medicine and Drug Discovery, Katewa, S.S. (Ed.). Scientific Publishers, Jodhpur, pp: 134-140.
43:   Singhvi, A. and V. Jain, 2014. Adansonia digitata L.-A medicinal tree with promising future in India. Bull. Microvita Res. Integrat. Med., 6: 38-40.
44:   Verma, S.K. and V. Jain, 2007. Amelioration of pain by acupuncture: Has the mystery been solved. Antiseptic, 104: 80-83.
45:   Verma, S.K. and V. Jain, 2008. Silk cotton tree in flames and fumes of tradition. Prout, 19: 18-19.
46:   Verma, S.K. and V. Jain, 2009. Disease production- virus or microvitum? Prout, 20: 22-25.
47:   Verma, S.K. and V. Jain, 2012. Lymph-the essence of life. BOMRIM, 4: 2-7.
48:   Verma, S.K. and V. Jain, 2015. Some less known facts about medical therapeutic systems. Bull. Microvita Res. Integr. Med., 7: 44-47.
49:   Verma, S.K. and V. Jain, 2016. Elettaria cardamomum (L.) Maton (Small Cardamom): A Dietary Spice with Antihypertensive Potential and Added Cardiovascular Benefits. In: Metabolic Disorders, Govil, J.N., V.K. Singh and N.T. Siddiqui (Eds.). Studium Press, USA.
50:   Verma, S.K., A. Rana and V. Jain, 2014. Virophages- a new world of viruses. Bull. Microvita Res. Integrat. Med., 6: 11-12.
51:   Verma, S.K., D. Verma, V. Jain and A. Bordia, 2007. Evaluation of a herbal homeopathic formulation in angina pectoris. J. Herbal Med. Toxicol., 1: 5-9.
52:   Verma, S.K., D.K. Verma and V. Jain, 2010. Homoeopathy-an art of dilution and science of healing. J. Herbal Med. Toxicol., 4: 83-88.
53:   Verma, S.K., M. Rathore and V. Jain, 2006. Good garlic, bad Breath-adverse effects, toxicity and drug interactions: A review. Adv. Pharmacol. Toxicol., 7: 47-56.
54:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain and A. Vyas, 2009. Fibrinolysis enhancement by Pueraria tuberosa (Indian Kudzu) in patients with coronary artery disease: A placebo controlled study. J. Cell Tissue Res. 9: 1649-1654.
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55:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain and D. Verma, 2008. Garlic-The spice of life: Composition, cooking, chemistry and preparations. J. Herbal Med. Toxicol., 2: 21-28.
56:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain and D.P. Singh, 2012. Effect of Pueraria tuberose DC. (Indian Kudzu) on blood pressure, fibrinolysis and oxidative stress in patients with stage 1 hypertension. Pak. J. Biol. Sci., 15: 742-747.
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57:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain and D.P. Singh, 2012. Effect of Greater cardamom (Amomum subulatum Roxb.) on blood lipids, fibrinolysis and total antioxidant status in patients with ischemic heart disease. Asian Pacific J. Trop. Dis., 2: S739-S743.
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58:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain and S.S. Katewa, 2006. Fibrinolysis enhancement by Bombax ceiba: A new property of an old plant. South Asian J. Prev. Cardiol., 10: 212-219.
59:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain and S.S. Katewa, 2006. Urgent need for conservation of silk cotton tree (Bombax ceiba)-a plant of ethno medicinal importance. Bull. Biol. Sci., 4: 81-84.
60:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain and S.S. Katewa, 2007. Cardamom lowers blood pressure and enhances fibrinolysis in hypertensive individuals. South Asian J. Prevent. Cardiol., 11: 183-192.
61:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain and S.S. Katewa, 2008. Potential antihyperglycemic activity of Bombax ceiba in type 2 diabetes. Int. J. Pharmacol. Biol. Sci., 2: 79-86.
62:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain and S.S. Katewa, 2009. Blood pressure lowering, fibrinolysis enhancing and antioxidant activities of cardamom (Elettaria cardamomum). Indian J. Biochem. Biophys., 46: 503-506.
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63:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain and S.S. Katewa, 2011. Anabolic effect of Bombax ceiba root in idiopathic involuntary weight loss-a case study. J. Herbal Med. Toxicol., 5: 1-5.
64:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain, A. Vyas and D.P. Singh, 2009. Protection against stress induced myocardial ischemia by Indian Kudzu (Pueraria tuberosa): A case study. J. Herbal Med. Toxicol., 3: 59-63.
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65:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain, D. Verma and R. Khamesara, 2007. Crataegus oxyacantha-A cardioprotective herb. J. Herbal Med. Toxicol., 1: 65-71.
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66:   Verma, S.K., V. Jain, D. Verma and R. Khamesara, 2007. Hawthorn: An old herbal heart remedy-reinvestigated. Int. J. Pharmacol. Biol Sci., 1: 5-15.
67:   Verma, S.K., V. Rajeevan, A. Bordia and V. Jain, 2010. Greater cardamom (Amomum subulatum Roxb.)-A cardio-adaptogen against physical stress. J. Herb. Med. Toxicol., 4: 55-58.