CHARAK SAMHITA – परिचय

Charak Samhita is one of the Akara Grantha among Brihat Trayee Updeshta (Expounder) - Punarvashu Atreya (1000 Yr BC)Tantrakarta (Author) - Agnivesha (1000 Yr BC)Pratisanskarta (Redactor) - Charak (200 Yr BC)Sampurak karta (Supplimentator) - Dridhabala (4th cent. AD)Time period - Upnishad kaal Charak Samhita is written in the form of 4 types of Sutra :- … Continue reading CHARAK SAMHITA – परिचय

Preamble of Sutra Sthana of Charak Samhita

INTRODUCTION The Sutra Sthana (Section on fundamental principles) deserves the same place as the head deserves in the human body.[Cha. Chi. 30/45] This important section lays the foundation for the whole Samhita by describing the basic principles. The word Sutra literally means a short sentence which has deep meaning. The name of section suggests that … Continue reading Preamble of Sutra Sthana of Charak Samhita

RITUCHARYA

INTRODUCTION As per Ayurveda, to maintain swasthya Awastha ( Healthy state) of both sharir and Manas, we should have follow regimens of ahara & vihar according to different ritus which is known as Ritucharya. It is widely explained in different classics of Ayurveda. Acharya Charaka has described Ritucharya in Charak Sutrasthan Chapter 6 whereas Sushruta … Continue reading RITUCHARYA

LAGHU PANCHMOOLA

             Laghu Pancamoola is part of Pancapancamool.It is an integral part of the Dasamoola formulation .It is mainly used to treat disease related to muscles,bones ,joints,nerves and kindays.Laghu pancamoola contains the roots of five herbs. 1.Brihati (Solanum indicum  Linn.) 2.Kantakari(Solanum surattense Burm. F.) 3.Saliparni( Desmodium gangeticum De. Hedysarum gangeticum Linn.) 4.Prsniparni(Urauia picta Desv.) 5.Goksura(Tributes terrestris … Continue reading LAGHU PANCHMOOLA

MALA KSHAYA-VRIDHI LAKSHANA

INTRODUCTION Malas are those constituents of the body which are regularly eliminated from the body thus keep the body clean. It can vitiate the body (when they accumulate in large amount or decrease). “मला मूत्र शकृत्स्वेदादयो अपि च ।।” [AH.SU.1/13]1 The malas are Mutra, Sakrit, sweda etc (Here etc indicates dhatu malas). These are also … Continue reading MALA KSHAYA-VRIDHI LAKSHANA

VYADHIKSHAMATWA

INTRODUCTION:- According to Ayurvedic Science, the power of  body which decreases and stop the genesis of disease is known as Vyadhikshamatva. Today, the mankind is facing an increase in the emergence of new disease every now and then along with the challenge to cop up with the pollution and stress to complete for survival every … Continue reading VYADHIKSHAMATWA

BHESAJA PARIKSHA VIDHI

INTRODUCTION :- Ayurveda is the very ancient Life science of India, which is being practiced for attaining the complete health. The benefits/aim of Ayurveda are preserving health of the healthy and mitigation/removal of abnormalities of the sick. For achieving these benefits of Ayurveda four limbs of treatment ( Bhisak, Bhesaja, Upastatha, Rogi) are described and … Continue reading BHESAJA PARIKSHA VIDHI

ASHTAVARGA

ABSTRACT :- Astavarga is the group of eight medicinal plants viz. Kakoli, kshirkakoli, jeevak, rishbhak, meda, mahameda, riddhi, vriddhi. Particularly found in North-West Himalaya in Jammu & Kashmir, Uttarakhand and Himachal Pradesh between elevations of 1500-4000 m. Mostly used in Himalaya region for traditional medical purpose and also in traditional medical system in India (TMS). … Continue reading ASHTAVARGA