Dr Krishna .J. Malagi

Dr Krishna .J. Malagi
Ayurveda Specialist, Udupi

BAMS, MD

  • Associate Professor at KMC Manipal, Udipi

Specialities

  • Ayurveda

Expertise

Education

  • BAMS from Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli, Karnataka University, Dharwad
  • MD from IPGT&R Jamnagar, Gujarat Ayurvedic University
  • PUC, PCMB from PC Jabin College, Hubli

Practice Information

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Triphala an Ayurvedic Rasayana protects mice against the radiation-induced lethality : Indian Journal of Radiation Research in 2004
  • Antarth, a polyherbal preparation – Protects against the doxororubicin– induced toxicity without compromising its antineoplastic activity : Indian Journal of Radiation Research. Indian Journal of Radiation Research in 2004
  • Role of Swedana therapy against a transplantable mouse tumor- An experimental study : Journal of Ayurveda in June 2007
  • Effect of Triphala mouthwash on the caries status : International Journal of Ayurveda Research in June 2010
  • JIVAKA AYURVEDA VISHWA SANMAN : International Academy of Indian Medicine Affiliated and Recognized by Kavi Kuluguru Kalidas Sanskrit University, Ramtek, Dt. Nagpur (Govt Maharashtra), Higher and Technical Education Dept,Govt of Maharashtra, Mumbai in 2006
  • AYURVEDA BHUSHANA : International Academy of Ayurveda physicians (SHB Gandhinagar, Jamnagar) in 2007
  • PANCHAKARMA – RATNA : International Academy of Ayurveda physicians (SHB Gandhinagar, Jamnagar) in March 2012
  • PublicationAn Ayurvedic Approach to Combat Stress : Sachrita Ayurveda in October 1994
  • The evaluation of the radio protective effect of Triphala (an Ayurvedic rejuvenating drug) in the mice exposed to gamma - radiation : Phytomedicine in 2002
  • Triphala, an ayurvedic Rasayana drug, protects mice against radiation-induced lethality by free radical scavenging. : J Altern Complement Med in December 2004