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Evidences of Researches in Ayurvedic classics

The Ayurveda is the ancient system of medicine whose antiquity goes back to Veda. Through Ayurveda has divine origin, it shows glimpse of research. Word research itself implicates the meaning search again and again, which reflects that research. Research is continuous process and outcome of it should maintain gold standard throughout. It it is not so, it should change timely that is it must follow ‘Yuganurup Sandarbho’.

Naishthiki Chikitsa

Naishthiki chikitsa

Ayurveda has always emphasized the importance of treating the mental aspects for complete relief. Accordingly various treatment modalities are mentioned to keep the patient’s mind healthy by maintaining the balance between the Manas Doshas. Satva, Rajas and Tamas are considered the Manas dosha amongst which one should aim at developing the Satva guna as it can help to keep our mind stable.

Rasa Pachaka Yoga

Rasa Pachak Yoga

Useful in Ashradhha-Aruchi (tastelessness), Hrillas (nausea), Gaurav (heaviness), Tandra (lassitude). Reduces Paanduta (anemia), Strotorodha (clears out body channels). It is Malanulomak (clears stagnant Mala), Dipan-Pachan (improves digestive fire), normalizes vitiated Kapaha-Pitta Dosha. Excellent in thyroid disorders. Reduces RasadhatuVikruti and nourishes Rasa Dhatu.

Ahara Rasa

Living body is continuously subjected to wear and tear process. Dhatus needs constant nourishment. Nourishment of the body or dhatu depends upon the quality of food. Food is converted to body constituents by the process of digestion. Panchabhautika food which consists of all six rasas is able to nourish Panchabhautika body.

Roots of Strotas – Moolasthana

Moolasthanas are the sites of utpatti (formation) or vahana (transportation) of a particular substance to which the strotas belongs. They can also be the easiest sites for the examination of that strotas. Moolasthana of strotas controls all other organs related to that channel. Sometime the root of channel is the easiest one for its examination. Hence examination of the moolasthana is important for clinical examination.


Uttarayana as the name indicates it means ascent of the sun towards Uttara (North) direction. It is also called Aadana Kala as there is a reduction of strength in human beings and nature. As of modern science, it is called as Northern solstice.

Vaman – Virechan ShuddhiGyan

जघन्यमध्यप्रवरे तु वेगाश्चत्वार इष्टा वमने षडष्टौ|| दशैव ते द्वित्रिगुणा विरेके प्रस्थस्तथा द्वित्रिचतुर्गुणश्च|पित्तान्तमिष्टं वमनं विरेकादर्धं कफान्तं च विरेकमाहुः|| द्वित्रान् सविट्कानपनीय वेगान्मेयं विरेके वमने तु पीतम्| (च.…

Aushadha Sevana Kala – In detail

Aushadha Sevana Kala

Aushadha Sevana Kala is a fundamental concept in Ayurveda that outlines the timing and guidelines for the consumption of herbal medicines. It emphasizes the importance of taking medicines at the right time, in the right quantity, and with the right combination to ensure maximum effectiveness and minimal side effects. According to Ayurveda, the timing of medicine intake is critical, as it can have a significant impact on the body’s ability to absorb and utilize the medicinal properties of the herbs. By following Aushadha Sevana Kala, individuals can optimize the therapeutic benefits of herbal medicines and promote their overall health and…

Aushadha Sevana Kala – According to various acharya

Genuine drugs with the proper time of administration along with the correct route of administration will give an optimum pharmacological effect. Hence in ancient times, Ayurvedic scholars have described the time of administration in a lucid manner in their respective compendia. It is an important principle of ayurvedic pharmacy and pharmaceutics since they are dependent on diurnal variation in tridosha in normal and abnormal conditions.

Sansarjan Krama

प्रधान, मध्य और अवर (हीन) शुद्धियों से शुद्ध हुआ मनुष्य पेया, विलेपी, अकृतयूष एवं कृतयूष (तड़का लगाया हुआ), अकृतमांसरस एवं कृतमांसरस – इनको तीन भोजन-समयों में, दो भोजन-समयों में और एक भोजन-समय में क्रमश: दे |

Characteristics of Health

Desire for the intake of food, proper and easy digestion of the ingested food, evacuation of faeces, urine and flatus properly, lightness in the body, pleasantness in sense organs, proper timely sleep and awakening, gain of strength, life and pleasant mind and normal Agni are the features of health and opposite state is illness.

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