Vedic Lifesciences

Experience And Expertise

A walk-through our past studies across multiple health areas – ‘Request Paper’ to see the published copy!

Mark JS Miller | Komal Mehta | Sameer Kunte | Anil Shukla | Hemant Tupalli | Himanshu Parikh | Jayesh Chaudhary | Vidyanand Raut | Jayesh Gala | Ramesh Dhumale | Paul Bobrowski.

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Evaluation of a natural mineral supplement for joint protection potential

A Canadian group approached Vedic in 2004 to conduct a study in India that would be acceptable to US regulators. This was the first study for us that had to meet US standards because so far we had been serving only the Indian market. We took up the challenge to design a study to meet FTC and FDA standards for dietary supplement clinical research. This study was to determine the joint protection potential of a natural mineral supplement, Sierrasil with and without cat’s claw extract. Possibly for the first time, the gold standard of human research – Good Clinical Practice (ICH/FDA GCP) was applied to a food supplement study. Our client received an NPN based on this publication and went on to use these label claims in Canada as well as in the US.

Journal of Inflammation, 2005

Shalini Srivastava | Jayesh A Chaudhary | Robert N Girandola

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Effect Of E-OA-07 On Improving Joint Health And Mobility In Individuals With Knee Osteoarthritis: A Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel Group Study

The study was conducted to assess the effect of IP in subjects with osteoarthritis with mild to moderate pain. The effect of the treatment on rescue medication consumption which is directly proportional to the degree of pain was also be captured via this study. the efficacy parameters such as effect on various joint health parameters (pain, stiffness and physical activity) were studied by using the WOMAC scale. The individuals with knee OA suffer from an increased impact on their activities of daily living, leading also to an important decrease in their quality of life. Thus, an important outcome to be evaluated in this study is the quality of life of these individuals which was also assessed. One of the aims of this study is therefore to investigate the levels of different dimensions of fatigue in knee OA and to assess changes in fatigue after the treatment targeting pain reduction and physical functioning.

Journal of Pain Research, 2019.

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