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Government Ayurvedic college, Department of Kayachikitsa,Nagpur,India

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Maharashtra University of Health Science,Nashik, Maharashtra,India

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Government Ayurved College Nanded,Kayachikitsa Department,Maharashtra University of Health Science,Nashik, Maharashtra,India

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Department of Agadtantra,Maharashtra University of Health Science,Nashik, Maharashtra,India

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A case study on katigraha treated by patrapottali sweda and shunthi churna

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Dr. Vidya Shivram Boinwad, Dr. Dhananjay N Kahaleker

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MLA : Boinwad, Dr. Vidya et al."A case study on katigraha treated by patrapottali sweda and shunthi churna","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

APA : Boinwad, D et al. (2017)."A case study on katigraha treated by patrapottali sweda and shunthi churna","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Boinwad, Dr. Vidya et al."A case study on katigraha treated by patrapottali sweda and shunthi churna","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Katigrahaspecially described in Gadanigraha by AcharyaShodhal in which Samavayu gets situated in katisthana and develops pain due to graha, stambha.1 It is one of the vatajnanatmajvyadhi termed as trikgraha mentioned incharak samhita.2 It may correlate with low back pain which is very common.it may due to stiffness, spasm or many clinical conditions. It affects approximately 60-80% of adult. Amaand vayuare mainly responsible for Katigraha.In this case we used  ShunthiChurna  internally 3 gm  two times a day for seven days ,which is best amapachak as described in Bhavprakashnighantu3.swedan provides relief from stambha(stiffness)4 ,so we used swedan therapy in this case in the form of patrapottalisweda (nirgudipatra,erandapatra ,shigrupatra)for 7 days and got significant result in pain ,graha,improve gait which is affected due to graha in 7 days.

Katigraha,swedan,patrapottalisweda.Shunthichurna

[1]        Indradevtripathi,vaidyashodhal,Shodhal,Gadanigraha,first edition.1969

[2]        Shribrahmasankarmishraeditor,Bhavprakash nighantu,11th edition 2004

[3]        YadavyiTrikamji, editor, AyurvedDipika Sanskrit Commentary, CharakSamhita, ChaukhambaPrakashan 2013.

[4]        Rajeshwardattashastri, editor, charaksamhita, chaukhambavishvabharti 2005

[5]        Brahmanandatripathi,editor ,sharangdhar samhita,2nd edition 2004

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Case study: role of panchatikta ksheera basti, patrapottali sweda and kati-basti in the manegment of katigata vata

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Vd. Sujata Mundkar, Asso. Prof. V E Gogate, Asso. Prof. S Pathan, Prof.& Dr. Dhananjay N Kahaleker, Assi. Prof. Prasad kulkarni

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MLA : Mundkar, Vd. Sujata et al."Case study: role of panchatikta ksheera basti, patrapottali sweda and kati-basti in the manegment of katigata vata","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

APA : Mundkar, V et al. (2017)."Case study: role of panchatikta ksheera basti, patrapottali sweda and kati-basti in the manegment of katigata vata","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Mundkar, Vd. Sujata et al."Case study: role of panchatikta ksheera basti, patrapottali sweda and kati-basti in the manegment of katigata vata","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Low back ache is one of the most common problem in early adult life and middle age. About 60 – 80% of world population suffers from it at some stage of life. It is a chronic condition characterised by persistent dull or sharp pain.Low back ache may be associated with stiffness, numbness or tingling, difficulty in walking, pain at buttocks and legs.

Above mentioned symptoms can be relieved by treatment of vitiated vatadosha.Causes of vitiated vatadosha are wondering job, in-appropriate food habits, etc. Treatment of vatadosha include snehana (oil massage),swedana(steam) ,basti (medicated enema)etc. In this paper by the use of patrapottali (Sweda), katibasti(Snehan),panchtiktaksheerbasti(Basti) symptomatic relief was observed in patient diagnosed as KatigataVatawithin 14 days.

katigatavata, patrapottali,katibasti,panchtiktaksheerbasti.

[1]        vd.HarishashtriParandkar, editor. Ashtanghradya, 4thedition,Varanasi, Krishnadas Academy, 1995,sutrasthan 1/20 , page no.14

[2]        vd.HarishashtriParandkar, editor. Ashtanghradya, 4thedition,Varanasi, Krishnadas Academy, 1995,sutrasthan 11/26, page no.186 

[3]        vd.HarishashtriParandkar, editor. Ashtanghradya, 4thedition,Varanasi, Krishnadas Academy, 1995,sutrasthan 11/27, page no. 186

[4]        vd.YadavajiTrikamajiAcharya, editor, Charaksamhita,edition  ,chaukhambaprakashan  , 2014, sutrasthan 28/27 page no. 180

[5]        NickiR.colledge, Churchill livingstone Elsevier, editors. Devidson’s medicine, 21 st edition,musculoskeletal disease, page no1072

[6]        vd.YadavajiTrikamajiAcharya, editor, Charaksamhita,edition ,chaukhambaprakashan , 2014, sutrasthan 28/16 page no.179

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Case study on ankylosing spondylitis with ayurvedic management w.s.r. to panchatikta ksheera basti

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Assi. Prof. Deepali Sherekar, Prof.& Dr. Dhananjay N Kahaleker

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MLA : Sherekar, Assi. Prof. Deepali et al."Case study on ankylosing spondylitis with ayurvedic management w.s.r. to panchatikta ksheera basti","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

APA : Sherekar, A et al. (2017)."Case study on ankylosing spondylitis with ayurvedic management w.s.r. to panchatikta ksheera basti","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Sherekar, Assi. Prof. Deepali et al."Case study on ankylosing spondylitis with ayurvedic management w.s.r. to panchatikta ksheera basti","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Ankylosing Spondylitis is a chronic inflammatory arthritis with a predilection for the sacroliac joints and spine. It is characterized by progressive stiffening and fusion of the axial skeleton. The overall prevalence varies from 0.5 to 1% in most communities but is much greater in the Pima and Haida Indians who have a high prevalence of HLA-B27. Formation of syndesmophytes is the hall mark of the disease. The symptoms of Ankylosing Spondylitis can be correlated with Asthi Majjagata vata. In this case study, patient was treated with Mrudu Samvahanam, Nadi Swedana and Panchatikta Ksheera basti. At the same time we started him oral medication with Rasa Rajrasa, Panchatikta ghrita guggulu & Zeotone gel cap.This management showed significant result in above case study, such as relief in pain, increased range of movement and improvement in gait and stiffness.

Ankylosing Spondylitis, Asthi Majjagata vata, Panchatikta Ksheera Basti
  1. Christopher Haslett, Edwin R. Chilvers, John A.A.Hunter, Nicholas A, Boon     2008 edition, Davidson’s       Principles and    practice of Medicine, 2006 P.849,850.
  2. Vaidya Harish shastri Paradkar, Editor, Ashtangrhudayak, Sarwangsundara of Arundatta.
  3. Yadavji Trikamji, editor, Ayurved Dipika, Sanskrit commentary, Charak Samhita,  Chaukhamba Prakashan – 2013.
  4. Sharangadhar,Sharangadhar Samhita edited by Pt. Parashuram Shastri Vidyasagar  1987- 3rd edition. Chaukhamba Orientalia. Varanasi.
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Description of KushthaVyadhi (skin diseases) in Vedakala,Purankala and Samhitakala - A review

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Vd. Ujwala Rodge, Asso. Prof. V E Gogate, Prof.& Dr. Dhananjay N Kahaleker

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MLA : Rodge, Vd. Ujwala et al."Description of KushthaVyadhi (skin diseases) in Vedakala,Purankala and Samhitakala - A review","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

APA : Rodge, V et al. (2017)."Description of KushthaVyadhi (skin diseases) in Vedakala,Purankala and Samhitakala - A review","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Rodge, Vd. Ujwala et al."Description of KushthaVyadhi (skin diseases) in Vedakala,Purankala and Samhitakala - A review","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Skin is known to us as "the largest organ of the human body". It is made up of multiple layers of epithelial tissues that protect underlying muscles and organs. As the interface with the surroundings, it plays the important functions like protecting against pathogens, insulation and temperature regulation.Skin also helps in synthesis of vitamin D and vitamin B. Skin maintains the beauty and personality of individual.

The study of Indian medical classics reveals that all skin diseases wereconsidered under the heading of “Kushtha”. In different Ayurveda Samhita description of Kushtha vyadhi is given. Now a days due to changing dietary habit incidence of skin diseases also increased. So it is need  of time to study Ayurveda literature in case of kushtha diseaseand find preventive majors and treatment for it.In this paper we review literature of Kushtha vyadhi which was described in Ved,puran and Samhita kal of ancient time.

kushtha,Samhita ,Vyadhi,Bed kal,Puran kal

                1.         Ayurveda Ka Vaigyanika Itihas – Sharma P.V., II Ed. 1981.

2.         Agnivesha, Charaka, Dridhabala, Charaka Samhita, edited by Aacharya Vidyadhar Shukla, Chaukhamba Sanskrit Pratishthana Varanasi, 2009

3 .        Sushruta, Nagarjuna , Sushruta Samhita,Sushruta Nidana Stana, Edited by Ambikadatta Shastri, 1st Edition, Chaukhamba Sanskrit Pratishthana Varanasi, 2005

4.         Ashtanga Hridaya- Vagbhata with commentaries of Sarvanga Sundari of Arundatta and Ayurveda Rasayana of Hemadri; Krishnadas Academy, Varanasi- Repr. (1982).

5.         Madhava Nidanam- Madhukosha comm.With Hindi Vidyotini Comm. By. S.Shastri. Vol.I & II, Chaukhambha Sanskrit Sansthanan, Varanasi. Ed 1989.

6.         Vangasena, commentary of Kaviraj Shri Shaligram Vaishyaji, Khemraja Krushnada Prakashana, Mumbai, Kushtha Nidana -8/Shloka Bhava Prakasha- Bhavamishra, Ed. By Brahma Shankar Mishra, Chaukhamba Sanskrit Bhavan, Varanasi (2005).

                7.         Sharangadhara Samhita, B. Tripathi, Chaukhambha Pub., Ed. II, 1994.

8.         Bhava Prakasha- Bhavamishra, Ed. By Brahma Shankar Mishra, Chaukhamba Sanskrit Bhavan, Varanasi (2005).

9.         Yogaratnakar- Vidyotini Hindi Commentary by L. Shastri, Ed. BramhashankarShastri, Chaukhamba Sanskrit Series, Varanasi- 1973

               10.        Bhaishajya Ratnavali - with siddhiprada Hindi Comm. Siddhi Nandan Mishra, Ed.

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Applied therapeutic principles in Kaumarbhritya

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Prof. & Dr Anil B Kale, Dr Sayali P. Dhodapkar, Prof. & Dr D V Kulkarni

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MLA : Kale, Prof. & Dr Anil et al."Applied therapeutic principles in Kaumarbhritya","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

APA : Kale, P et al. (2017)."Applied therapeutic principles in Kaumarbhritya","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Kale, Prof. & Dr Anil et al."Applied therapeutic principles in Kaumarbhritya","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Kaumarbhritya is one of the prime branches of Ashtanga Ayurveda dealing with the rules and regimes regarding nurturing a child in all aspects. Ayurveda has mentioned the importance of a healthy progeny which renders the nation a better future.But children are also considered as the most vulnerable class of society as they are unable to express themselves, dependent on caretaker. Thus children need a special attention and nursing. As children are in a rapid continuous process of growth and development physically as well as intellectually the diseases occurring in children, their manifestations are far more different than that of adults. The drug dose formats, modes of drug delivery are important aspects of therapeutics in children. Consequently there arises a need to understand applied therapeutic principles to obey for approaching a sick child. This paper illustrates general as well as panchakarma related applied therapeutic principles.

Principles in Kaumarbhritya

1.         Ganesh Krushna Garde.SarathaVagbhata.Pune;Anmol Prakashan;1994,sutrasthan,chap.1,shloka 5, p.1

2.         Satyapala Bhigacharya.Kashyap Samhita.Varanasi;Chaukhamba Sanskrit Sansthan 1994, vimansthan, chap1, shloka 10, p.61

3.         Ganesh Krushna Garde.Saratha Vagbhata.Pune; Anmol Prakashan;1994, uttartantra, chap.2, shloka30, p.358

4.         Satyapala Bhigacharya.Kashyap Samhita.Varanasi; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Sansthan 1994, khilasthan, chap 3, shloka 72, p.245

5.         Satyapala Bhigacharya.Kashyap Samhita.Varanasi; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Sansthan 1994, khilasthan, chap 3, shloka 72, p.245

6.         Satyapala Bhigacharya.Kashyap Samhita.Varanasi; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Sansthan 1994, khilasthan, chap 3, shloka 72, p.245

7.         Satyapala Bhigacharya.Kashyap Samhita.Varanasi; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Sansthan 1994, khilasthan, chap 3, shloka 72, p.245

8.         Brahmananda Tripathi. Charak Samhita. Varanasi;Chaukhamba Surabharati Prakashan; 2009, vol.I, sharirsthan, chap.8, shloka 65, p.981

9.         Brahmananda Tripathi. Charak Samhita. Varanasi;Chaukhamba Surabharati Prakashan; 2009, vol.I, sharirsthan, chap.8, shloka 65, p.981

10.        Brahmananda Tripathi. Charak Samhita. Varanasi;Chaukhamba Surabharati Prakashan; 2009, vol.I, sharirsthan, chap.8, shloka 65, p.981

11.        Brahmananda Tripathi. Charak Samhita. Varanasi;Chaukhamba Surabharati Prakashan; 2009, vol.I, sharirsthan, chap.8, shloka 65, p.981

12.        Ganesh Krushna Garde.Saratha Vagbhata.Pune; Anmol Prakashan; 1994, uttartantra, chap.2, shloka1, p.357

13.        Ganesh Krushna Garde.Saratha Vagbhata.Pune; Anmol Prakashan; 1994, uttartantra, chap.2, shloka 26, p.358

14.        Ganesh Krushna Garde.Saratha Vagbhata.Pune; Anmol Prakashan; 1994, uttartantra, chap.2, shloka 30, p.358

15.        Satyapala Bhigacharya.Kashyap Samhita.Varanasi; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Sansthan 1994, khilasthan, chap 3, shloka 78, p.246

16.        Brahmananda Tripathi. Charak Samhita. Varanasi;Chaukhamba Surabharati Prakashan; 2009, vol.II, chikitsasthan, chap.30, shloka 285, p.1056

17.        Brahmananda Tripathi. Charak Samhita. Varanasi;Chaukhamba Surabharati Prakashan; 2009, vol.II, chikitsasthan, chap.30, shloka 286, p.1056

18.        Ambikadatta Shastri. Sushruta Samhita. Varanasi; Chaukhamba Prakashan; 2014, vol.I, sharirsthan, chap.10, shloka 42, p.107

19.        Ambikadatta Shastri. Sushruta Samhita. Varanasi; Chaukhamba Prakashan;2014, vol.I, sharirsthan, chap.10, shloka 43, p.107

20.        Ambikadatta Shastri. Sushruta Samhita. Varanasi; Cahukhaba Prakashan;2014, vol.I, sharirsthan, chap.10, shloka 44, p.108

21.        Satyapala Bhigacharya.Kashyap Samhita.Varanasi; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Sansthan 1994, khilasthan, chap 3, shloka 58, p.244

22.        Satyapala Bhigacharya.Kashyap Samhita.Varanasi; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Sansthan 1994, khilasthan, chap 3, shloka 64, p.245

23.        Brahmananda Tripathi. Charak Samhita. Varanasi;Chaukhamba Surabharati Prakashan; 2009, vol.I, sutrasthan 13, chap.30, shloka 38, 42, p.271

24.        Satyapala Bhigacharya.Kashyap Samhita.Varanasi; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Sansthan 1994, sutrasthan, chap 22, shloka 30, p.20

25.        Satyapala Bhigacharya.Kashyap Samhita.Varanasi; Chaukhamba Sanskrit Sansthan 1994, sutrasthan, chap 23, shloka 27, p.27

26.        Ambikadatta Shastri.Sushruta Samhita.Varanasi;Chaukhamba Prakashan; 2014, vol.I, sharirsthan, chap.10, shloka 12, p.368

27.        Ganesh Krushna Garde.Saratha Vagbhata.Pune; Anmol Prakashan; 1994, uttartantra, chap.1, shloka41, p.356

28.        Ganesh Krushna Garde.Saratha Vagbhata.Pune; Anmol Prakashan; 1994, sutrasthan, chap.27, Shloka 6, p.164

29.        Ganesh Krushna Garde.Saratha Vagbhata.Pune; Anmol Prakashan; 1994, sutrasthan, chap.20, shloka32, p.87

30.        Ganesh Krushna Garde.Saratha Vagbhata.Pune; Anmol Prakashan; 1994, sutrasthan, chap.20, Shloka 30, p.87

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Management of atopic dermatitis by an ayurvedic regimen- A case study

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Prof. & Dr Anil B Kale, Dr. Mayur V. Lonkar, Prof. & Dr D V Kulkarni

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MLA : Kale, Prof. & Dr Anil et al."Management of atopic dermatitis by an ayurvedic regimen- A case study","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

APA : Kale, P et al. (2017)."Management of atopic dermatitis by an ayurvedic regimen- A case study","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Kale, Prof. & Dr Anil et al."Management of atopic dermatitis by an ayurvedic regimen- A case study","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

The most common cause of eczema in Pediatric age group is Atopic Dermatitis[AD] (also called infantile eczema), which primarily affects infants and toddlers. The word "atopic" refers to overly sensitive to allergens in the environment.  About 1 in 10 children develop eczema. Typically, symptoms appear in first few months of life, and almost always before 5 years of age (2months - 5 years). They develop pruritic, dry to crusted or pus filled lesions,red skin on cheeks, forehead or scalp. The rash may spread to the trunk, lower extremities.[1].  The case study discussed here is of a 18 months age male child, who had classical features of Atopic Dermatitis and frequently received treatment from dermatologists but, had temporary relief and relapses which were frequent. He was admitted in Kaumarbhritya ward, and receivedAyurvedic management mentioned in Kushtachikitsalike Deepan- Pachan, Snehana, Bahya andAbhyantarchikitsa etc. The child had significant relief from the signs & symptoms of atopic dermatitis. The agony of disease was markedly reduced.Ayurvedicmanagement proved to be beneficial in this case of Atopic Dermatitis.

Atopic Dermatitis, allergens, Ayurvedic management, KushthaChikitsa

1.         OP Ghai, Vinod K Paul, ArvindBagga. Ghai Essential Paediatrics. Delhi: CBS Publishers and distributors Pvt ltd; 2009. P 668-670.

2.         Charaka. Kushtachikitsaadhyaya. In: Sharma PV(editor). CharakaSamhita(with english translation).Varanasi: ChaukhambaOrientalia; 2014. p. 125-143.

3.         AcharyaPriyavat Sharma, Dravyaguna vidnyanamDwitiyaBhaga, Edition(Reprint): 2005, ChaukhambaPrakashan Varanasi.

4.         Prof.Devendranath Mishra, AbhinavBalswasthaChikitsaVidnyan. ChaukhambaPrakashan; 2008,P 632.

5.         AcharyaKrushnanandMaharaj, Rasatantrasar and SiddhaprayogSangrah, PrathamKhanda, Gutivatikalpana, Asavaarishtakalpana, Edition: 23rd (reprint) 2014, Publisher: KrushnaGopalBhavan.

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A review of medicinal plants selected from Charakokta Shonitasthapan Mahakashyay

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Dr. D V Kulkarni, Dr. P. A. Khaire, Dr. S. P. Shinde

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Chicago : Kulkarni, Dr. D et al."A review of medicinal plants selected from Charakokta Shonitasthapan Mahakashyay","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Acharya Charak has classified medicinal herbs as per their pharmacokinetics in 50 groups. Shonitasthapana Mahakashyay is mainly pronounced for their actions on the physio-pathological conditions related with the blood. Out of 10 ingredients from Shonitasthapana Mahakashyay, only six medicines of herbal origin were screened thoroughly for their properties, action and indications, considering various Ayurvedic lexicons, texts and scholarly research articles.

It was found that 65% of the herbs from this Shonitasthapana Mahakashyaybelong to kashaya rasa (astringent) and tikta rasa (bitter) each, along with Madhura (sweet) rasa which is present in 50% of the herbs. 65% of herbs work by decreasing the bleeding time and 65% of herbs are good blood purifier. Out of the 6 herbs only Laaja is responsible for maintaining the quality of blood. There are different actions, like blood purification, blood coagulation, increasing the quality of blood,which are all related with the Pitta dosha. It is concluded that these six herbs from ShonitasthapanaMahakashyayunder scrutinyare in possession of kashaya (astringent), tikta (bitter) and Madhura (sweet) rasa (taste) and found to be controlling the pitta dosha.Thus according to various conditions of bleeding disorders, we can categorize these drugs in our treatment.

Mahakashyay, Shonitasthapana, hemostatic, blood-purifier
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Understanding the pharmacokinetics of Pramathi karma

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Prof. & Dr. D V Kulkarni, Dr. Arati A Datye, Prof. & Dr. Anil Kale, Prof. & Dr. Kahalekar Dhananjay

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Bronchial asthma, one of the most common clinical condition, is always compared with Kaphapradhan Shwas. Modern science explains it as nothing but an allergic hyper responsiveness of bronchial tree to different external stimuli. In Ayurveda, Shwas is described as originated from the aamashaya and comes under the control of Kapha and Vata doshas. Precisely saying, the Kaphapradhan shwas is very common in India. In majority of the cases, Kapha dosha, elevated by Guru, Snigdha, Styana, Pichchilalike attributes, causes blockage mainly in the path of normal Vata dosha. Unless and until this obstructioncaused by the deranged Kapha, is not cleared from the srotasa, patient is not relieved from the dyspnoea. In Ayurveda, various herbal and herbo-mineral combinations are prescribedaccording to different subtle variations in the attributes of Kapha and Vata.Pramathi is such regime, in which deranged Kapha is liquefied and removed forcefully from the respiratory tract, making clear the passage of Vata dosha. In this clinical trial one such Pramathi combination of Shwaskuthar and Vacha has been tried in 64 patients, which were having cardinal symptoms of Shwas. We conclude that this Pramathi combination was found effective significantly in relieving symptoms of cough and dyspnoea.

Shwas, Pramathi, Shwaskuthar,Vacha

1.             Yogaratnakar Vidyotini Hindi commentary by Vaidya shri laxmipati Shastri. Chaukhamba Publication Varanasi. Reprint2015, poorvardhahikka shwas Chikitsarasa prakaran 1 to 5-page no.435

2.             .SharangdharaSamhita purva khand. Chapter 4 /24 Chaukhamba oriyantaliya publication.

3.             A system of clinical medicine by Saville

4.             Bhavprakash nighantu commentary by Pandit Shri Vishwanath Dwivedi. Motilal Bhavanidas Lahore 1941

4.             Indian Materia Medica Dr. Nadkarni 3 rdEdition, Popular Prakashan Mumbai

5.             Siddhoushadi Sangraha, Vaidya G.A Phadake. Maharashtra Mitra Mudranalaya, Satara.1972 first edition

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Understanding the pharmacokinetics of Tikta and Kashaya Rasa in the management of Dadru

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Prof. & Dr. D V Kulkarni, Prof. & Dr. Kahalekar Dhananjay, Prof. & Dr. Anil Kale

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MLA : Kulkarni, Prof. & Dr. D et al."Understanding the pharmacokinetics of Tikta and Kashaya Rasa in the management of Dadru","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

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Dadru is classified in ancient text under the disease Kushtha. Due to repeated infections and tendency to becoming chronic, it is very difficult to treat with modern medicines, which are very costly and often causes hazardous side effects. As dadru is produced at the skin, due to the derangement of Kapha and Pitta dosha and Rakta dhatu, the combination of Katu, Tikta, Kashaya and Madhura rasa along with Katu and Madhura Vipaka plays a specific role in controlling the physio-pathology of dadru.In this work, Hemecaire, a combination of Kushthghna plants, in powder and syrup base and external application of Shodhan tail, (Group II and III) have significantly reduced the dadru in comparison to kushthghna dravya (Group I) alone. While understanding the pharmacokinetics, we concluded that extreme manifestation of Vayu, Akash and Prithvi mahabhuta from the panchabhautik constitution of Hemecaire, resulted in formation of Tikta and Kashay Rasa, which are responsible for the control of deranged Pitta and Kapha dosha. As these two doshas have a conspicuous role in the pathology of dadru, it becomesquiteclear, how the symptoms in the patients treated with Hemecaire, have been diminished prominently within 15 days.

Dadru, Hemecaire, Shodhantail, Kshudrakushtha
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Mutravaha Srotodushti Hetu in Correspondence with Present Era: Review article

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Dr.Anuja B Valsange, Dr.Subhash.R.Saley

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MLA : Valsange, Dr.Anuja et al."Mutravaha Srotodushti Hetu in Correspondence with Present Era: Review article","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

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Chicago : Valsange, Dr.Anuja et al."Mutravaha Srotodushti Hetu in Correspondence with Present Era: Review article","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

According to Ayurveda, Nidana means one which aggravates vatadidoshas. It may be due to intake of incompatible dietetics and improper activities. Hetuis one of the factor from Nidanapanchaka. The process of disease formation begins with hetusevana. Charaka Acharya explained the common etiological factors (hetu) for mutravaha srotodushti. viz. Intake of drinks, food during the urge for micturition (mutritodakabhakshyasevana), indulging in sex during the urge for micturition (streesevana) ,suppress the urge for micturition (mutranigraha), one who is emaciated (ksheen) and injury to organs of mutravahasrotasa(kshata).

Hetufor mutrakricchra, prameha, ashmari, mutraghata leads to mutravahasrotodushti. Nidanavichara is important for prevention as well as for treatment purpose.Aharaja, viharaja and manasikahetus for mutravahasrotodushti which are found in day to day life are discussed in this review article.

Nidanapanchaka, hetu, mutravahasrotodushti, mutraghata, burning micturition, mutranigraha
  1. Sushrutasamhita with ayurvedtatwasandipika , Hindi Commentary by KavirajDr.AmbikaDattaShashtri , Chaukhmba Sanskrit Sanshthan, Varanasi , Nidanasthana 3/19, Pg.no.313
  2. Sushrutasamhita with ayurvedtatwasandipika , Hindi Commentary by KavirajDr.AmbikaDattaShashtri , Chaukhmba Sanskrit Sanshthan, Varanasi , Nidanasthana 3/20, Pg.no.313
  3. Sushrutasamhita with ayurvedtatwasandipika , Hindi Commentary by KavirajDr.AmbikaDattaShashtri , Chaukhmba Sanskrit Sanshthan, Varanasi , Nidanasthana 3/21, Pg.no.314
  4. Vidyotinihindi commentary by KavirajAtridevGupta,AshtangaHridaya, ChaukhmbaPrakashan, Varanasi, Sutrasthana 1/22, Pg.no.13
  5. Agnivesha , Hindi Commentary by Prof.RavidattaTripathi ,; edited by Acharya Vidhyadhar Shukla and Prof.RavidattaTripathi ; CharakSamhita Vol.1 , ChaukhmbhaSansritPratishthana Delhi , Vimanasthana 5/22, pg.no.592
  6. Agnivesha , Hindi Commentary by Prof.RavidattaTripathi ,; edited by Acharya Vidhyadhar Shukla and Prof.RavidattaTripathi ; CharakSamhita Vol.1 , ChaukhmbhaSansritPratishthana Delhi , Vimanasthana 5/19, pg.no.590
  7. Agnivesha , Hindi Commentary by Prof.RavidattaTripathi ,; edited by Acharya Vidhyadhar Shukla and Prof.RavidattaTripathi ; CharakSamhita Vol.2 , ChaukhmbhaSansritPratishthana Delhi , Chikitsasthana 26/32, pg.no.628
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  9. Agnivesha , Hindi Commentary by Prof.RavidattaTripathi ,; edited by Acharya Vidhyadhar Shukla and Prof.RavidattaTripathi ; CharakSamhita Vol.1 , ChaukhmbhaSansritPratishthana Delhi , Sutrasthana 1/44, pg.no.13
  10.  Agnivesha , Hindi Commentary by Prof.RavidattaTripathi ,; edited by Acharya Vidhyadhar Shukla and Prof.RavidattaTripathi ; CharakSamhita Vol.2 , ChaukhmbhaSansritPratishthana Delhi , Chikitsasthana 24/30, pg.no.581
  11.  Etiopathological study of mutrakrichhra with special reference to Urinary Tract Infection : A Review. By RejaAashish et.al IJRAP.net; Jan-Feb 2016
  12. 12Etiopathological study of mutrakrichhra with special reference to Urinary Tract Infection : A Review. By RejaAashish et.al IJRAP.net; Jan-Feb 2016
  13. Etiopathological study of mutrakrichhra with special reference to Urinary Tract Infection : A Review. By RejaAashish et.al IJRAP.net; Jan-Feb 2016
  14. Sushrutasamhita with ayurvedtatwasandipika , Hindi Commentary by KavirajDr.AmbikaDattaShashtri , Chaukhmba Sanskrit Sanshthan, Varanasi , Nidanasthana 3/4, Pg.no.311
  15. Agnivesha , Hindi Commentary by Prof.RavidattaTripathi ,; edited by Acharya Vidhyadhar Shukla and Prof.RavidattaTripathi ; CharakSamhita Vol.1 , ChaukhmbhaSansritPratishthana Delhi , Vimanasthana 5/19, pg.no.590
  16. Agnivesha , Hindi Commentary by Prof.RavidattaTripathi ,; edited by Acharya Vidhyadhar Shukla and Prof.RavidattaTripathi ; CharakSamhita Vol.1 , ChaukhmbhaSansritPratishthana Delhi , Vimanasthana 5/19,pg.no.590
  17. Sushrutasamhita with ayurvedtatwasandipika , Hindi Commentary by KavirajDr.AmbikaDattaShashtri , Chaukhmba Sanskrit Sanshthan, Varanasi , Nidanasthana 3/4, Pg.no.311
  18. Agnivesha , Hindi Commentary by Prof.RavidattaTripathi; edited by Acharya Vidhyadhar Shukla and Prof.RavidattaTripathi ; CharakSamhita Vol.2 , ChaukhmbhaSansritPratishthana Delhi , Chikitsasthana 26/34-35, pg.no.629
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Urinary tract infection& pregnancy- cure by ayurveda

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Prof & Dr.Veena Ajay Patil, Dr. AsmitaMaroti Rathod

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APA : Patil, P et al. (2017)."Urinary tract infection& pregnancy- cure by ayurveda","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Patil, Prof & Dr.Veena et al."Urinary tract infection& pregnancy- cure by ayurveda","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Urinary Tract Infections are among the most common health problems in clinical practice in both the sexes and in all age groups. However the prevalence and incidence of Urinary Tract Infection is higher in women because of the relatively short, straight anatomy of the ureter, hormonal effect & behavioral pattern. Pregnancy causes numerous changes in the women’s body .These changes increase the risk of serious infectious complications even in healthy pregnant women.Urinary Tract Infection can happen anywhere along the urinary track. It can be any infection of the bladder (cystitis) or more serious infection of the kidney (pyelonephritis).Ayurveda provides preventive and promotive approach.So when the multidisciplinary Ayurvedic treatment is administered,the outcome is very significant and we can prevent and cure UTI.

UTI, cystitis, pyelonephritis, Ayurvedic treatment
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Holistic medicine in garbhini paricharya

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Prof & Dr.Veena Ajay Patil, Dr. Priyanka Dilip Sankpal

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Chicago : Patil, Prof & Dr.Veena et al."Holistic medicine in garbhini paricharya","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Holistic medicine is the science of healing that addresses the whole person-body ,mind and spirit. Garbhini Paricharya means  Systematic supervision and advice given to women during pregnancy. Means which provides nutrition, meditation, pathya apathyas, medical, obstetrical and psychological care to mother and fetus. The proper paricharya since before and after conception  would result in healthy development of foetus and its delivery. Garbhopghatkar bhavas should be avoided as well as use of garbhasthapak  drugs is beneficial for the fetus. It includes prior act before conception, the hymn to be recited before coitus, the method of performing putreshti yadyna, masanumasik pathya,Yoga. That is physical, mental, spiritual and emotional approach of treatment told in garbhini paricharya by ayurveda.

Holistic medicine, garbhini , paricharya, masanumaik pathya
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Importance of madhu (honey) in ayurvedicmanagement of gynaecological disorders

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Prof & Dr.Veena Ajay Patil, Dr. Sandhya Hirap, Dr. Nishigandha Kubade, Dr. Chanda Prajapati

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MLA : Patil, Prof & Dr.Veena et al."Importance of madhu (honey) in ayurvedicmanagement of gynaecological disorders","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

APA : Patil, P et al. (2017)."Importance of madhu (honey) in ayurvedicmanagement of gynaecological disorders","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Patil, Prof & Dr.Veena et al."Importance of madhu (honey) in ayurvedicmanagement of gynaecological disorders","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Sincemany years, in Ayurveda honey is used as alternative to the important medicine. It is used with Ayurvedic medicine to increase the effect of  that medicine. As in Ayurveda various Acharyadescribedimportance of honey & by daily consumption of honey, will maintain the good health.Honey is yogavahi i.e. catalyst substance, that is, it increases the effect of the drug added to it. Honey can be used in the diseases which are fatty tissue origin like obesity , in respiratory disorder due to shleshmharaguna.Due to medoharaguna it does lekhankarma, medoharakarmain PCOS & obesity.  Honey has good amount of antioxidants, therefore it may be usefull in diabeties. Honey is good source of energy, hence it can be used in pregnancy associated daurbalya ( weakness).  And it is easy to digest, hence it can be used in pregnancy relatedagnimandya (low digestion strength). In pregnancy induced hyperacidity, honey with lemon juice in a glass of slight warm water and taken in the morning before the breakfast. Honey can be useful in anaemia in pregnancy because it is remarkable in building haemoglobin in the body, supports the blood formation by rapid diffusion. Honey is used in inferlity in women. In inferlity honey gives strength to the  uterus & ovaries as it rich in amino acids & minerals.. After LSCS,there is wound complication, in that case honey may be useful by local application. Due to the antiseptic& antibiotic property of honey, it helps in wound healing

Honey, Gynaecological Disorders, Raktajgulma, PCOS
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Pharmacokinetics of Vayasthapan Mahakashay from Charak Samhita

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Prof. & Dr. D V Kulkarni, Dr Abhijeet Pachpor, Dr Sneha Shinde

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MLA : Kulkarni, Prof. & Dr. D et al."Pharmacokinetics of Vayasthapan Mahakashay from Charak Samhita","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

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Chicago : Kulkarni, Prof. & Dr. D et al."Pharmacokinetics of Vayasthapan Mahakashay from Charak Samhita","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Charak has categorized important medicinal herbs into different classes, according to their pharmacokinetics, which are well-known as 50 Mahakashay. This work is committed for the study of the Vayasthapan Mahakashay, one of the Mahakashayfrom this classification. The herb, which sustains the youth stage andprevents the aging process, is termed as Vayasthapan.

All the 10 ingredients from Vayasthapan Mahakashay are of herbal origin and were screened for their different properties, uses, actions according to different Ayurvedic lexicons, textbooks and scholarly research articles.Ageing process is enhanced due to increased metabolism in body, which is due to vitiated Pitta dosha. We have concluded thatVayasthapan Mahakashyay include 70% medicinal herbs in possession ofMadhura-tikta rasaand 50% of the herbs are in possession of Kashaya rasa, which help in alleviating pitta dosha, resulting in decreased metabolism in the body.Out of 10 herbs 50% of herbs are effective in keeping good mental health, while 50% herbs are effective in keeping good physical health. We also found that allthese herbs are having antioxidant property which neutralizes the free reactive oxygen species responsible for the early rapid aging.

Anti-aging herbs, Kashay rasa, Vayasthapan Mahakashay,Anti-oxidant action
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Whether the glucose dependent insulin secretion work under the umbrella of Vata dosha?

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Prof. & Dr. D V Kulkarni, Dr Abhijeet Pachpor, Dr Sneha Shinde

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APA : Kulkarni, P et al. (2017)."Whether the glucose dependent insulin secretion work under the umbrella of Vata dosha?","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Kulkarni, Prof. & Dr. D et al."Whether the glucose dependent insulin secretion work under the umbrella of Vata dosha?","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Impairment in insulin activity and decrease in insulin secretion are mainstay of NIDDM. Apparently, the first is the result of beta cell damage or decrease in beta cell mass. It is well-known fact that in NIDDM, there is less than 30% reduction in beta cell mass. On the other hand, the flaw in insulin secretion is more severe than the defect in beta cell mass. The conclusion is that in NIDDM, the insulin secretory deficiency is due to the loss of insulin secretion. In glucose dependent insulin secretion, the most important role is played by the closure of ATP sensitive potassium channels K (ATP) in the beta cells.In recent times, many ayurvedic herbs have been establishedfor their influence on the process of insulin exocytosis byobstructingK (ATP) channel in pancreatic beta cells. We have consideredKanchanar, Punarnava, Gudmar, Bilva, Latakaranj and Lajjalu, which have analogouspanchabhautic constitution, for the correlation of the role of tikta, kashaya rasa, andlaghu, ruksha qualities of Vatawith the glucose dependent insulin secretion, andconcluded that these attributes of Vata, have an outright control on the functionality of glucose dependent insulin secretion from the beta cells of pancreas.

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Efficacy of IISM protocol (ayurvedicregimen) in CerebralPalsy children-Case study

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Dr Saniya Pathan, Dr T Y Swami, Dr A P Rana, Dr D V Kulkarni

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Childhood period is considered as the foundation of the better future life and every incidence has influence on the further life. Disability is a major problem which affects the healthier life of the children. Cerebral Palsy refers to a group of neurological disorders that appear in infancy or early childhood and permanently affects body movement and muscle coordination. The prevalence of CP among children is 3 per 1000 live births. At present, other than physiotherapy and supportive medication, there is no complete cure available for this disorder. In this work, we have studied the efficacy of ayurvedic regimen that is Panchakarma Chikitsa (Abhyanga, Pindasweda, Vaikalyahar Basti and Shirodhara), Medhya aushadhi i.e. Brahmi ghruta and herbomineral preparation orally, and Physiotherapy for 2 months in CP children. Even though modern medicine has labeled CP as incurable, our study on 19 CP children with Ayurvedic regimen, had revealed significant improvement. In this study GMFCS 66 has been used to study results. Paired t test was applied, which showed good result at 1% level of significance and confidence interval of 99 %. Here we concluded that this ayurvedic regimen provided better direction by improving quality of life of CP children with better life expectancy.

CerebralPalsy
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A Drug Review of Mandoor Bhasma

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Jyoti A Tagade, Dr. S L Gupta

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MLA : Tagade, Jyoti et al."A Drug Review of Mandoor Bhasma","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

APA : Tagade, J et al. (2017)."A Drug Review of Mandoor Bhasma","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Tagade, Jyoti et al."A Drug Review of Mandoor Bhasma","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Mandoor is one of the essential mineral to treat anaemia and other diseases safely . Iron is a main component of Mandoor bhasma . Acharya Charak has mentioned Mandoor bhasma in herbomineral formulation in Pandurog chikitsa(Anaemia). Acharya Vagbhat has mentioned in Ashtanghruday samhita  in Pandurog (Anaemia) and Kushtharog (Skin disease) chikitsa. It plays an important to cure diseases , so it is essential to know about  its chemical composition, various process of preparation and action of Mandoor bhasma. Review of study of  Mandoor bhasma is mentioned in details

Mandoor bhasma, Charak samhita, Ashtanghruday samhita , Pandurog, Kushtharog
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Endocrinology from Ayurvedic perspective

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Prof & Head Sampada S Sant, Dr. Jatved J. Pawar, Dr. J. C. Khendkar

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MLA : Sant, Prof & Head Sampada et al."Endocrinology from Ayurvedic perspective","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

APA : Sant, P et al. (2017)."Endocrinology from Ayurvedic perspective","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Sant, Prof & Head Sampada et al."Endocrinology from Ayurvedic perspective","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Ayurveda is a science of body, mind and consciousness, it is not enough     to merely focus on just physical  symptoms  and  imbalances;  one’s  mind  and  consciousness  also  play a  major  role, especially  in  endocrinology.    Endocrinology is  derived  from  a  Greek  word, endon  means "within" and  krīnō means "to separate"; logia is a branch of biology and medicine which deals with the endocrine system, diseases related with glands and their specific secretions or hormones.   Endocrine system works according to the master gland (in most of the cases) which is a part of the hypothalamus (related with emotions of an individual). Due to altered lifestyle and  increased stress factor, problems with the endocrine systems are increasing.  However, there is  a  limited  knowledge  of  about  causes  the  initial  imbalance  and functional problems  of  the endocrine system.  In ancient times, Acharyas thought of disorders related to endocrine system. Charakacharya  in  Sootra  stana  21st chapter  unrevealed  Ayurvedic  endocrinology  in  his language. ‘Ashtouninditiya purusha’ can be the term which may be used for various endocrine disorders.  This is an attempt to review Ayurvedic endocrinology as compared to modern endocrinology. Ayurveda’s comprehensive understanding of endocrinology applies a natural and holistic approach that may significantly help prevent and reduce hormonal challenges.

Ashtouninditiya purusha, Ayurveda
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Substitutes for Ayurvedic medicinal herbs: A Review

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Dr. Prachi A Khaire, Dr. Prashant B. Nandwate

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APA : Khaire, D et al. (2017)."Substitutes for Ayurvedic medicinal herbs: A Review","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Khaire, Dr. Prachi et al."Substitutes for Ayurvedic medicinal herbs: A Review","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Substitution practice of herbal drugs should be implemented in the current era as 247 out of 560 medicinal plants in India listed as threatened species. In the present review, substitute drugs of herbal origin are studied. There are total 47 herbal drugs enlisted, out of which 28 drugs showed similar useful part of the plant; while 19 showed different parts. Though they belong to different families and species taxonomically, almost all drugs have similar medicinal properties (Rasapanchaka). It proves that the concept of substitution is based on Pharmacological activity rather than Morphology or Phyto-constituents of a drug. This concept stresses upon the use of herbs that are cultivated in abundance, easily available, locally procured, cost-effective and most appropriate for the clinical condition. By the use of these substitutes conservation and sustainability of herbs is achieved; thus India can increase the quality standards of medicinal formulation in herbal drug industry. Here a sincere attempt is made to explore the concept of substitution in medicinal herbs.

Abhav Dravya, Abhav Pratinidhi Dravya, Substitution in Ayurvedic herbs, Adulteration
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  4. Sagar Pawan Kumar, Review article- ‘Adulteration and substitution in endangered ASU medicinal plants of India: A Review’, International Journal Medicinal Aromatic Plants, ISSN 2249-4340, Vol.4, No.1, pp.56-73, March 2014
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  20. Sagar Pawan Kumar, Review article- ‘Adulteration and substitution in endangered ASU medicinal plants of India: A Review’, International Journal Medicinal Aromatic Plants, ISSN 2249-4340, Vol.4, No.1, pp.56-73, March 2014
  21. S. Sharma and R Thokchom, ‘A review on endangered medicinal plants of India and their conservation, Journal of crop and weed, 10(2); 205-218 (2014)
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Prevention and Promotion for Ocular Health by Following Dincharya, PathyaAaharViharand Kriyakalpa

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Dr.Sarika Govindrao Patil, Dr.Kishor Yadav, Dr.Ujawala Jadhao

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MLA : Patil, Dr.Sarika et al."Prevention and Promotion for Ocular Health by Following Dincharya, PathyaAaharViharand Kriyakalpa","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

APA : Patil, D et al. (2017)."Prevention and Promotion for Ocular Health by Following Dincharya, PathyaAaharViharand Kriyakalpa","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science.

Chicago : Patil, Dr.Sarika et al."Prevention and Promotion for Ocular Health by Following Dincharya, PathyaAaharViharand Kriyakalpa","International Journal of Recent and Futuristic Ayurveda Science" (2017).

Ayurveda is an absolute science of lifestyle, through which influences susceptibility of many diseases of eye.Ayurveda givesimportance to focus on pathyas-apathyas, diet and lifestyle which should be followed in different situation for health benefits.

This paper describes the details of daily regimens and pathyas-apathyas,aahar,vihar, which are preventive and promotive for ocular health.

A few daily regimens like anjana,pratimarsanasya,abhyanga,pada-abhyanga and various yogicshudhikriyas are also beneficial to prevent the lifestyle disorders concerning eyes like computer vision syndrome, Refractive Error and ARMD.

Dincharya (daily regimen), Pathya,Aahar, Vihar,Prevention of eye disease
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