Phanta Kalpana – Hot Infusion in Ayurveda

In this the herb is crushed/grinded and soaked overnight in hot water and strained early morning. This liquid is called Churna drava or Phanta or Hot infusion. The essential part (saara bhaaga) of herbs is absorbed easily and fastly in the hot water. Also, those substances whose essential part is completely obtained neither in Hima Kalpana nor in kwatha Kalpana (may be destroyed in it). Hence, it is considered the best kalpana.

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Hima Kalpana- Cold infusion

The coarsely powdered herbs are kept in water overnight and rubbed with hands in morning and strained. The liquid obtained is called Hima kalpana or cold infusion in ayurveda. The fragrant and shita virya dravya on heating converts into Ushana virya and the fragrant and volatile oils are faded away and thus, such substances should not be heated and in order to receive their essential part (saara bhaaga) hima Kalpana is prepared.

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Anupana – meaning, type, uses, Benifits

Anupana are not just only carrier or vehicle for medicine taken along with or after core medicine but it has a lots of purpose; it is also work as bio-enhancer for core medicine. Most of us drink different types of liquid after food, may it be water, milk, juice or whatever, these liquids taken after the consumption of food or drug have a very essential..

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Aushadh Sevan Kaala / Chronotherapy Ayurveda

Aushadh Sevan Kaala/ bhashyajya kaal/ Chronotherapy refers to the syncing of medication regimen with circadian clock. It is time of drugs administration in ayurveda. In modern Science, Aushadha Sevan kaala can be compared with Chronotherapy. Further is all details about bhashaya kaal according to different Acharya..

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