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Clinical Studies done at Apollo Hospitals Education and Research Foundation (AHERF)



1. Immunomodulatory effect of S.I.V.A herbal drops for the treatment of psoriasis


  • The clinical evaluation of oral S.I.V.A herbal drops along with topical Dr. JRK’s 777 oil in management of acute Psoriasis showed that the prognosis was faster when combination therapy was followed than S.I.V.A herbal drops alone.


2. Immunomodulatory effect of S.I.V.A herbal drops for the treatment of fungal diseases.


  • The trial findings showed that S.I.V.A herbal drops when combined with standard antifungal treatment results in faster mycological and symptomatic cure.


S.I.V.A herbal drops enhances Phagocytosis significantly

  • Macrophage cells (key players in the immune response of the body) were treated with and without S.I.V.A herbal drops.
  • The cells were further infected with fungal spores to find out the rate of phagocytosis (killing of antigens) in them.

Study findings:

  • The number of ingested fungal spores were found to be higher (134%) in S.I.V.A herbal drops treated cells compared to control (untreated cells)
No. of ingested spores
Control 82
Treated with S.I.V.A drops 192

Proven low mortality rate of S.I.V.A herbal drops treated phagocytes

  • Macrophage (immune) cells were treated with and without S.I.V.A herbal drops.
  • The cells were further infected with fungal spores to find out the mortality rate of the macrophages.

Study findings:

  • Percentage death of phagocytes (macrophages) were found to be much less in S.I.V.A herbal drops treated group which proves the immune boosting effect of S.I.V.A herbal drops

% death of phagocytyes
2 Hours 20 Hours
Control 60 70
S.I.V.A herbal drops treated group 20 30


Psorolin ointment effective in inhibition of human keratinocytes multiplication.

Psorolin ointment at various concentrations (0.2-100mg/ml) was evaluated by MTT assay to determine the efficacy in inhibiting keratinocytes proliferation.

Study findings:
Psorolin ointment was highly effective in inhibiting the human keratinocytes proliferation at lower concentrations of 6.3mg/ml.