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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

Sudarshan Churna with its Indication and mode of usage


Sudarshan Churna with its Indication and mode of usage


Information about Sudarshan Churna Indication, dose, side effects, ingredient, method of preparation, reference, ayurvedic properties & manufacturers.

Sudarshana choorna is a mixture of 44 herbal Ingredients used in the management of fever.

Indication: All types of fever, disorders of liver and spleen, cough, asthma, low back ache and indigestion.

Dose :  ½ to 1 teaspoon along with warm water, two to three times daily before or after food or as directed by physician.

Side effects: No known side effects, used under medical supervision.

Ingredients:


1 Kaliyaka(Chandana)               Santalum album 1 Part
2 Rajani(Haridra)                       Curcuma longa 1 Part
3 Devadaru                                       Cedrus deodara 1 Part
4 Vacha                                       Acorus calamus 1 Part
5 Ghana(Mustha)                       Cyperus rotundus 1 Part
6 Abhaya(Haritaki)                       Terminalia chebula 1 Part
7 Dhanvayasa                               Fagonia cretica 1 Part
8 Sringi(Karkatasringi)               Pistacia integerrima 1 Part
9 Kshudra(Kantakari)                       Solanum xanthocarpum 1 Part
10 Mahaushadha(Shunti)               Zingiber officinalis 1 Part
11 Trayanthi(Trayamana)               Gentian kurroa 1 Part
12 Parpata                                       Fumaria indica 1 Part
13 Nimbi                                       Azadirachta indica 1 Part
14 Granthika(pippalimoola)               Piper longum (root) 1 Part
15 Balaka(Hrivera)                       Pavonia odorata 1 Part
16 Shati                                       Hedychium spicatum 1 Part
17 Paushkara(Pushkara)               Inula racemosa 1 Part
18 Magadhi(Pippali)                       Piper longum 1 Part
19 Murva                                       Marsdenia tenacissima 1 Part
20 Kutaja                                       Holarrhena antidysenterica 1 Part
21 Madhuyashti                               Glycyrrhiza glabra 1 Part
22 Shigru                                       Moringa oilefera 1 Part
23 Indrayava                                       Holarrhena antidysenterica 1 Part
24 Vari(Shatavari)                       Asparagus racemosus 1 Part
25 Darvu(Daruharidra)                       Berberis aristata 1 Part
26 Kuchandana(Raktachandana)       Pterocarpus santalinus 1 Part
27 Padmaka                                       Prunus puddum 1 Part
28 Sarala                                       Pinus roxburghi 1 Part
29 Ushira                                       Vetivera zizanoides 1 Part
30 Twak                                       Cinnamum zeylanicum 1 Part
31 Saurastri(Gokshura)              Tribulus terrestris 1 Part
32 Sthira(Shaliparni)                      Desmodium gangeticum 1 Part
33 Yavani                                      Trachyspermum ammi 1 Part
34 Athivisha                                     Aconitum heterophyllum 1 Part
35 Bilva                                      Aegle marmelos 1 Part
36 Maricha                                       Piper nigrum 1 Part
37 Gandhapatra(Prasarini)              Paederia foetida 1 Part
38 Dhatri(Amalaki)                      Emblica officinalis 1 Part
39 Guduchi                                      Tinospora cordifolia 1 Part
40 Katuka                                      Picrorhiza kurroa 1 Part
41 Chitraka                                      Plumbago zeylanicum 1 Part
42 Patola                                      Luffa acutangula 1 Part
43 Kalasi(Prasniparni)                      Uraria picta 1 Part
44 Kaitatha(Kiratatikta)              Swertia chirata 21 Part(Half of total ingredients)


Method of Preparation: The above ingredients are powdered separately and mixed together in specified quantity.

Method  of Storage: Stored in airtight container in dryplace.

Shelf life period:  6 month.

Reference : Bhaishajyaratnavali, jwaradhikara: 308 – 317

Ayurvedic properties of Sudarshan Churna :

Roga karma: Sarva jwara, pliha, yakrith and gulma.

Dosha karma: Tridoshahara.

Agni karma: Deepana, pachana

Other karma: Kasa shwasa, kamala, pandu, trika prista kati and parshwashula.

Manufacturers:  Dabur, Unja Ayurveda Pharmacy, Zandu, Ashoka pharmaceuticals, Sitaram Ayurveda Pharmacy, Nagarjuna Ayurvedic Group.

Kalasakadi Kashayam with its Indication and usage

Kalasakadi Kashayam with its Indication and usage

Information about Kalasakadi Kashayam Indication, Doses, Side effects, Ingredients, Preparation, Reference, Ayurvedic properties & Manufacturers

Kalasakadi Kashayam is a concentrated decoction prepared out of herbal ingredients, which consist of water soluble active principles.

Indication:

Digestive system related diseases like indigestion, distaste, loss of appetite, piles, colitis, irritable bowel syndrome, flatulence and constipation.

Dose:

Kashayam  5 – 15 ml diluted with 15 –  45 ml of water twice daily before food or as directed by physician.

Side effects:

No known side effects, over dose may induce gastric irritation. Use this medicine under medical supervision.

Ingredients:

Si.No Sanskrit name            Botanical name Quantity
1 Kalasaka            Murray kenigi 1 Part
2 Hareetaki            Terminalia chebula 1 Part
3 Shunti                    Zingiber officinalis 1 Part

Method of preparation of Kalasakadi Kashayam:

Herbal ingredients (coarse powder) 1 part boiled in 16 parts of water and reduced to 4 part.

Method  of Storage: Stored in airtight container in dry place.

Ayurvedic Properties of Kalasakadi Kashayam:

Roga karma: Grahani, Visuchika, Udara roga, shulahara and krimihara.

Dosha karma: Kaphavatahara and vatanulomaka.

Agni  karma: Deepana and Pachana.

Reference: Chikitsamanjari

Manufacturers: Arya vaidya sala Kottakkal, Everest Ayurvedic Medicines, SNA Oushadhasala Pvt Ltd.


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Kaidaryadi Kashayam with its indication and usage

Kaidaryadi Kashayam with its indication and usage 

Information about Kaidaryadi Kashayam Indication, Doses, Side effects, Ingredients, Preparation, Ayurvedic properties, Reference & Manufacturers

Kaidaryadi Kashayam is a concentrated decoction prepared out of herbal ingredients, which consist of water soluble active principles.

Indication:  Digestive system related diseases like indigestion, Gastritis, irritable bowel syndrome, Colitis, flatulence and constipation.

Dose:  Kashayam  5 – 15 ml diluted with 15 –  45 ml of water twice daily before food or as directed by physician.

Side effects: No known side effects, over dose may induce gastric irritation. Use this medicine under medical supervision.

Ingredients:

SI.NO Sanskrit name Botanical name Quantity
1 Kaidarya                    Murray kenigi 1 Part
2 Haritaki                    Terminalia chebula 1 Part
3 Nagara                            Zingiber officinalis 1 Part
4 Patola                            Trichosanthes cucumerina 1 Part
Method of preparation of Kaidaryadi Kashayam:  Herbal ingredients (coarse powder) 1 part boiled in 16 parts of water and reduced to 4 part.

Method  of Storage: Stored in airtight container in dry place.

Ayurvedic Properties of Kaidaryadi Kashayam:

Roga karma:Grahani, Udara roga, yakrith vikaraa and krimihara.

Dosha karma: Tridoshahara, vatanulomaka and malanulomaka.

Agni  karma: Deepana and Pachana.

Reference: Chikitsamanjari

Manufacturers: Nagarjuna Ayurvedic Group,  Everest Ayurvedic Medicines, Sitaram Ayurveda Pharmacy.


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Thursday, October 1, 2015

KOLAKULATHADI CHOORNAM WITH ITS INGREDIENTS AND INDICATION

KOLAKULATHADI CHOORNAM WITH ITS INGREDIENTS AND  INDICATION 

Reference-Ashtangahridayam 

Ingredients:

Kola (Zizyphus jujube Lam.),
Kulattha – Horse gram (Dolichos biflorus Linn.),
Suradaru – Devadaru – (Cedrus deodara),
Rasna (Vanda roxburghi / Pluchea lanceolata),
Masha – Black gram (Phaseolus radiatus L.),
Atasi (Linum usitatissimum Linn.)
Kushta – Saussurea lappa
Vacha – Acorus calamus
Shatahva – Indian Dill – Anethum sowa
Yava – Barley – Hordeum vulgare
Tailaphala – castor fruit (Eranda)

Indications :For external application in cases of Joint Pains, Back Ache, shoulder pains, sciatica, lumbago, muscular sprain and inflammation.Either for Powder massage (Udwarthanam) or for Choornaswedam (Sudation therapy).



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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Gandhak Rasayana with its Indication and Usage

Gandhak Rasayana with its Indication and Usage

Gandhak Rasayana is a compound herbomineral Ayurvedic preparation of Sulphur along with other 11 herbal ingredients. The preparation of Gandhak rasayan involves first trituration of Suddha gandhaka (purified sulphur) with Godugdha (Cow milk) followed by the trituration with Chaturjata decoction (Dalchini, Ela, Tejpatra and Nagkeshara), Giloy juice swarasa, Triphala (Amla, harad, baheda) decoction, Sunthi decoction, Bhringaraja swarasa and Ardraka swarasa, for 8 times each. 


Gandhaka Rasayana ingredients

10 g fine powder of Gandhaka (Purified sulfur)

It is ground till dryness for 8 times each with the following.

Godugdha (Cow milk)
Water decoction / juice extract of
Cinnamon
Cardamom
Cinnamomum tamala
Guduchi
Haritaki
Amla fruit
Bibitaki
Ginger, fresh
Bhringaraja
Ginger, dry
Sugar Syrup

Reference: Yogaratnakara Rasayana Adhikara 1-4

Use of Gandhaka Rasayanam

Regular use of Gandhak Rasayan gives lusture to the skin and improves its aura.

It is a good remedy for all type skin diseases, like Kustha (leprosy), Urticaria, Boils, Eczema, Acne, blood impurities, Psoriasis etc.

Chronic fever, skin diseases, diarrhea, urinary tract disorders, pruritus, malabsorption syndrome, bleeding disorders

Anti-aging, improves digestion, skin complexion and immunity

Dosage

It is given 1 - 3 gm, in morning and evening with one glass light hot milk/Khadiradiristha /Manjisthadi kwath etc.


NOTIFICATION

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Monday, September 7, 2015

Mustadi Marma kashayam with its indication and usage

Mustadi Marma kashayam with its indication and usage

Indication:

It is effective Traumatic disorders of spine, oedema due to trauma, fractures of limbs, joint injuries, inflammation and degenerative joint diseases.

Each 10ml contains:

Ingredients:
Musta – 0.653 g
Vasuka – 0.653 g
Mridukunchika – 0.653 g
Lonika – 0.653 g
Sakralata – 0.653 g
Bala – 0.653 g
Vilva – 0.653 g
Bakuchi – 0.653 g
Dhanyaka – 0.653 g
Kutaja – 0.653 g
Vidanga – 0.653 g
Brihati – 0.653 g
Dusparsa – 0.653 g
Sariba – 0.653 g
Parushaka – 0.653 g
Nimba – 0.653 g
Kuruta – 0.653 g
Jati – 0.653 g
Rasna – 0.653 g
Madhukam – 0.653 g
Jiraka – 0.653 g
Draksha – 0.653 g
Talisapatra – 0.653 g
Lavanga – 0.653 g
Tejovati – 0.653 g
Gunja – 0.653 g
Sunthi – 0.653 g
Lavangakusume – 0.653 g
Ela – 0.653 g
Arka – 0.653 g
Tripadi – 0.653 g
Dhanavalli – 0.653 g
Vishnukranti – 0.653 g
Mandukaparni – 0.653 g

Dosage:

5 to 15 ml mixed with four times of boiled and cooled water or as directed by the physician.

Presentation:

Bottle of 200ml.


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Monday, August 24, 2015

Concept of Rasavaha Srotus W.S.R. to Garba Poshana

Concept of Rasavaha Srotus W.S.R. to Garba Poshana

INTRODUCTION

Rasa is responsible for proper growth of the Garba.
UxÉeɶÉÉrÉÇ aÉpÉïÈ rÉÉÌlÉ cÉÉxrÉ UxÉiÉÈ xÉÇpÉuÉiÉÈ xÉÇpÉuÉÎliÉ,
iÉÉlrÉlÉÑurÉÉZrÉÉxrÉÉqÉÈ,iɱjÉÉ- vÉUÏUxrÉÉÍpÉÌlÉuÉëÑͨÉUÍpÉuÉëÑÎkS
mÉëÉhÉÉlÉÑoÉlkÉxrÉ §ÉÑÎmiÉÈmÉÑ̹ EixÉÉWû¶ÉãÌiÉ UxÉeÉÉÌlÉ   
                                  ( cÉ.vÉÉ. 3 / 12)
Foetus is nourished from Rasa. Without rasa even
the mother will not live. Manifestation and growth of
the body, Continuity of the strength, Satisfaction,
Plumpness and Enthusiasm aspects of the individual

are derived from Rasa 

Bhoja explains that

iÉxqÉÉS³ÉÉSìxÉÏpÉÔiÉÇ uÉÏrÉïÇ §ÉãkÉÉ mÉëuÉiÉïiÉã
pÉÉaÉÈ vÉUÏUÇ mÉÑwhÉÉÌiÉ xiÉlrÉÇ pÉÉaÉãlÉ uÉkÉïiÉã
aÉpÉïÈ mÉÑwrÉÌiÉ pÉÉaÉãlÉ uÉkÉïiÉã rÉjÉɧÉqÉqÉç
aÉpÉïÈ MÑüsrÉãuÉ MãüSÉUÇ lÉÉQûÏ mÉëÏhÉÉÌiÉ iÉÌmÉïiÉÉ
                            ( xÉÑ.vÉÉ. 3/31,32)

Essence of food (Rasa) taken by mother is divided
into 3 parts – one nourishes her body, the other
promotes her breast milk and the third nourishes
the foetus.

Nutrition to fetus from mother occurs through 2
circulations namely :
1)Placental circulation
2) Fetal circulation
1)Placental circulation consists of independent
circulation of blood in 2 systems :
a) Utero placental circulation
b) Feto placental circulation
2)Fetal circulation is responsible for the development
of  various organs of the body.
Description of placental circulation and fetal circulation
are explained in our Ayurvedic classics.

PLACENTAL CIRCULATION(AYURVEDIC CONCEPTS)

 qÉÉiÉÑxiÉÑ ZÉsÉÑ UxÉuÉWûÉrÉÉÇ lÉÉQûrÉÉÇ aÉpÉïlÉÉÍpÉlÉÉQûÏ mÉëÌiÉoÉkSÉ, xÉÉ
AxrÉ qÉÉiÉÑUÉWûÉUUxÉuÉÏrÉïqÉÍpÉuÉWûÌiÉ iÉãlÉÉãmÉxlÉãWãûlÉÉxrÉÉÍpÉuÉëÑÎkSpÉïuÉÌiÉ                                                                                     
                                        (xÉÑ.vÉÉ.3/31)

Umbilical cord of fetus is attached to Rasa-carrying nadi
of the mother which carries veerya of ahara Rasa of
mother to the fetus by this indirect nutrition (Upasneha)
the fetus develops.
Upasneha- nutrition by process of diffusion as water of
full lake nourishes the plants on the bank.

iÉiÉÉã urÉ£üÏpÉuÉSÇaÉmÉëirÉÇaÉxrÉÉxrÉ lÉÉprÉÉÇ mÉëÌiÉoÉkSÉ lÉÉQûÏ
lÉÉQûrÉÉqÉmÉUÉ iÉxrÉÉÇ qÉɧÉѾÒûSrÉqÉç iÉiÉÉã qÉɧÉѾÒûSrÉÉSÉWûÉUUxÉÉã
kÉqÉlÉÏÍpÉÈxrÉlSqÉÉlÉÉã AmÉUÉqÉÑmÉæÌiÉ iÉiÉÈ ¢üqÉɳÉÉÍpÉqÉç                         
                                (A.xÉ.vÉÉ.2/17)

When all the organs and parts of fetus become
well developed, a tube like structure connects the
umbilicus of fetus with the Apara (Placenta) of
mother which in turn gets connected with mother’s
heart. The nutrient portion of food travels from the
mother’s heart carried through the Dhamanis
and reaches the apara and from there to Nabhi.

FETAL CIRCULATION(AYURVEDIC CONCEPTS)

AxÉÇeÉÉiÉ AÇaÉmÉëirÉÇaÉ mÉëÌuÉpÉÉaÉ ÌlÉwÉãMüÉiÉç mÉëpÉëÑÌiÉ xÉuÉïvÉUÏU
AuÉrÉuÉ AlÉÑxÉÉËUhÉÏlÉÉÇ UxÉuÉWûÉlÉÉÇ ÌiÉrÉïaaÉiÉÉlÉÉÇ kÉqÉlÉÏlÉÉqÉÉ
EmÉxlÉãWûÉã eÉÏuÉrÉÌiÉ                  (xÉÑ.vÉÉ.3/31)

From conception until parts and sub-parts are
distinctly demarcated, the life of fetus is maintained
by nutrition supplied by the Rasa-carrying Dhamani’s
spread with ramification in all organs of the body by
process of diffusion (Upasneha)

iÉiÉ¶É mÉÑlÉaÉïpÉïxrÉ mÉYuÉÉvÉrÉã xuÉMüÉrÉÉÎalÉlÉÉ mÉcrÉqÉÉlÉÈ
mÉëxÉÉSoÉÉWÒûsrÉÉiÉç kÉÉiÉÑ AÉÌS mÉÑÎwiÉMüUÈ xÉqmɱiÉã
                              (A.xÉ. vÉÉ .2/17)

Nutrient portion of Rasa goes to Pakwashaya
where it undergoes further digestion. Comprised
mainly of nutrient materials rasa nourishes all the
tissues.

CONCLUSION

1)Ahara rasa of mother gets transformed to Rasa
dhatu in mother which supplies nutrition to all the
dhatus of fetus through Rasavaha nadi of mother
which is connected to Garba nabhi nadi.

2) Nadi is a Synonym for Srotus.
xÉëÉãiÉÉÇÍxÉ, ÍxÉUÉÈ,kÉqÉlrÉÈ, UxÉÉrÉlrÉÈ, UxÉuÉÉÌWûlrÉÈ,lÉÉQûrÉÈ,
mÉljÉÉlÉÈ,qÉÉaÉÉïÈ,vÉUÏUÎcNûSìÉÍhÉ, xÉÇuÉëÑiÉÉxÉÇuÉëÑiÉÉÌlÉ, xjÉÉlÉÉÌlÉ,
AÉvÉrÉÉÈ,ÌlÉMãüiÉɶÉãÌiÉ vÉUÏUkÉÉiuÉuÉMüÉvÉÉlÉÉÇ sɤrÉÉsɤrÉÉhÉÉÇ
lÉÉqÉÉÌlÉ pÉuÉÎliÉ                       ( cÉ.ÌuÉ.5 /9)

3)Charaka defines Srotus as:
xÉëuÉhÉÉiÉç xÉëÉãiÉÉÇÍxÉ        
              (cÉ.xÉÔ.30 /12)

Where transudation occurs are called Srotus.
In placental circulation there are 2 independent
circulation Uteroplacental & Fetoplacental circulation.
Nutrient materials from the uteroplacental circulation
oozes out to the fetoplacental circulation at capillary
level in placenta .Thus process of transudation occurs
here also.

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