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  2.  Schedule J of the Drugs and Cosmetics Rules, 1945 of India contains a list of diseases and ailments which a drug may not claim to prevent or cure.  Under Rule 106 of the Drugs and Cosmetics Act, 1940, a drug cannot make claims to treat or prevent any of the diseases or reform the conditions listed.
  3.  According to the last changes introduced in 1996 by the Government of India by the Notification No. G.S.R. 21(E), the list as follows  AIDS  Angina Pectoris  Appendicitis  Arteriosclerosis  Blindness  Blood poisoning  Bronchial asthma  Cancer and benign tumour  Cataract  Change in colour of hair and growth of new hair  Change of foetal sex by using drugs  Congenital malformations  Deafness  Diabetes  Diseases and Disorders of the uterus  Epileptic fits and psychiatric disorders  Encephalitis  Fairness of the skin
  4.  Form and structure of the breast  Gangrene  Genetic disorders  Glaucoma  Goitre  Hernia  High/low blood pressure  Hydrocele  Insanity  Increase in brain capacity and improvement of memory  Improvement in height of children/adults  Improvement in the strength of the natural teeth  Improvement in vision  Jaundice/Hepatitis/Liver disorders  Leukaemia  Leucoderma
  5.  Maintenance or improvement of the capacity of the human being for sexual pleasure  Mental retardation, subnormalities and growth  Myocardial infarction  Obesity  Paralysis  Parkinsonism  Piles and Fistulae  Power to rejuvenate  Premature ageing  Premature greying of hair  Rheumatic heart diseases  Sexual impotence, premature ejaculation and spermatorrhoea  Spondylitis  Stammering  Stones in gall-bladder, kidney, bladder  Vericose vein 
  6.  The Drugs and Magic Remedies (Objectionable Advertisements) Act, 1954 is an Act of the Parliament of India which controls advertising of drugs in India. It prohibits advertisements of drugs and remedies that claim to have magical properties, and makes doing so a cognizable offence.
  7.  The law prohibits advertising of drugs and remedies for  inducing miscarriage or preventing conception in women  improving or maintaining the capacity for sexual pleasure  correction of menstrual disorders  curing, diagnosing or preventing any disease or condition mentioned in an included schedule[1]  The original included schedule contained a list of 54 diseases and conditions: