Ayurveda is an ancient medical science. As we use it in various ways in daily life we can’t even think where it is with us. In Puranas, we have heard many spiritual stories about gods and devils, and the evolution of Ayurveda is a kind of spiritual story. There are lots of references that show us how Ayurveda is evolved.
Shadanga Paniya is liquid preparation used in Ayurveda for the initial stages of fever. It decreases excessive thirst, burning sensation, restlessness, and distaste. It further helps increase appetite. Shadanga Paniya is an example of Shrutsheet Jala that is Kwatha or decoction. Kwatha, Decoction is a method of extraction by boiling herbal or plant material to dissolve the chemicals of the material. It is the most common preparation method in various herbal-medicine systems. Kashaya, Kwatha, Shrut, Niryuha, Kadha, and Niryuha are synonyms of Kwatha.
Sitopaladi churna is an effective ayurvedic medicine for treating respiratory diseases, digestive issues, and allergic disorders. The main function of this churna is to restore lung capacity, improve pulmonary performance and boost immunity.Sitopaladi churna is a traditional ayurvedic remedy for respiratory diseases like cough, asthma, tonsillitis, loss of appetite, indigestion, chronic fever, sore throat, throat irritation, and tuberculosis. Imbued with bioactive herbal ingredients, it acts as an expectorant and helps the body to get rid of mucus and phlegm deposits.
In the Ayurvedic text of Ashtanga Hrudaya, Aacharya Vagbhata mentions the features of poisoned food which can be easily identified by common people.
Aaptopadesh, encompassing individuals, personalities, and written documents like Vedas and scientific journals, plays a crucial role in guiding research endeavors. The review of literature, akin to aaptopadesh, serves as the foundation for research, preventing duplication and providing a fundamental understanding of the research problem.
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’.
INGREDIENTS (5) 1) SARIVA Botanical Name -Hemidesmus indicus Family Name -Asclapiadaceae Rasa- Madhura, Tikta Virya -Sheeta Vipaka -Madhura Guna- Guru and Snighdha Karma -It being…
Sanjeevani Vati is mentioned in Ayurvedic formulary of India and is prescribed for the treatment of cough and fever. It is a polyherbal prescription containing…
FEATURES OF VARSHA RUTU In rainy season rivers are filled with water and by the force of the current, the trees on the banks are…
Formation of dhatu is a continuous process. Charaka has compared dhatu formation to fetching of water with pulley from well. Charaka further elaborates that dhatu formation depends on activity of dhatu-agni.