Jatiphala or Jaiphal also known as nutmeg is a herbal drug used for cough, impotency, eye sight and also diseases of gastro-intestinal tract, like diarrhoea, flatulence indigestion etc. It has been also used as spices and fragrance.
Asava Arishta are product of biofermentation in a specific way mentioned in Ayurvedic texts. The substance in which the qualities are multiplied due to sanskaara and sanyoja of different dravyas.
Sandhana Kalpana or the biomedical fermented formulations are the galenicals formed by fermentation of different herbs in water. The formulations such as Sura, madya, aasava, arishta etc. are well described in the Vedas.
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..
Dravya one of the most important subject of Ayurveda, in which we study about medicinal use of Plants. According to ayurvedic principles Plants help in the treatment according to their ras, guna, virya, vipak and prabhav.. you can learn rasa panchaka by this trick
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..
Prameha in ayurveda is syndrome which includes the condition which refer to alter the urine matabolism in terms of frequency of micturition, quality, color and quantity of urine. It also associated with obesity, prediabetes, diabetes mellitus, and metabolic disorders.
Ayurvedic, Siddha, Unani College - locations, contact info,college IDs, details In India, Ayurveda is most widely used as self healing practices through natural herb and followed herbal medicine. Similarly, Homeopathy, Unani and siddha are also effectively practices all around in India. These were practiced since very ancient times by Vaidhya and in gurukuls these knowledge and experience to students as well. As In modern era these are practice by certificate practitioner. And study in the institution recognized by the CCIM and MCI which are regulatory body by government of India So, Here is List of all AYURVEDIC, SIDDHA and UNANI institutions,college and universities as per CCIM ~Zoom in on map and Click on the any college location in map to get information about that.. For any help or queries you can leave us a comment or feel free to contact us
GUDUCHI Botanical Name: Tinospora cordifolia Family: Menispermaceae Classical Categorization : Charaka Samhita : व्यवस्थापन, दाहप्रशमन, तृष्णानिग्रहण, स्तन्यशोधन, तृप्तिघ्न महाकषाय। Sushruta Samhita : गुडूच्यादि, पटोलादि, आरग्वधादि, काकोल्यादि, वल्लीपञ्चमूल। Bhavaprakasha nighantu : गुडूच्यादि वर्ग। Synonyms : 1. Madhuparni 2. Amrita 3. Amritavalli 4. Chinna 5. Chinnaruha 6. Vatsaadini 7. Jivanti 8. Tantrika 9. Soma 10. Somavalli 11. Kundali 12. Kundalini 13. Mandili 14. Chakralakshinika 15. Vishalya 16. Rasayani 17. Chandrahasa 18. Vyastha 19. Devanirmita 20. Dheera 21. Kandodbhava 22. Vishahani 23. Javaranashini Vernacular names Latin-टिनोस्पोरा काँडिकोलिया (Tinospora cordifolia) संस्कृत-गुडूची, मधुपर्णी, अमृता, छिन्नरुहा, वत्सादनी, तन्त्रिका, कुण्डलिनी, चक्रलक्षणिका; हिन्दी- गिलोय, गुडिच; बांग्ला-गुलंच; मराठी-गुलवेल; गुजराती-गलो ; तामिल-शिण्डिलकोडि; तेलगु-टिप्पाटिगो; अरबी-गुलञ्च ।। External Morphology: Tinospora-cordifolia It is large, extensively spreading glabrous, perennial deciduous twiner, with succulent stems and papery bark. Leaves- Simple alternate, cordate, glabrous, entire, 7-9 nerves Flowers- Small yellow in lax racemes, arising from the nodes on the old wood, male flowers in the clusters, female flowers usually solitary. Fruit- drupe, red when ripe. The surface of the stems appears to be closely studied with warty tubercle and the surface skin is longitudinally fissured. On removal of the surface skin, the dark greenish mucilaginous stem is seen. Habitat : It grows throughout India. Chemical Composition: tinospora, cordifolia, Tinospora, sitosterol, Cordifol, heptacosanol, octacosanol etc. Varieties : Dhanwantari nighantu mentioned 2 varities viz, Guduchi and Lingodbhava guduchi. Rasapanchaka : Rasa : Tikta, Kashaya Guru, Snigdha Virya : Ushana Vipaka : Madhura Dosha Karma :Tridosha shamaka Indications : Javara, Trishana, Vattarakta, Pandu, Kamala, Daha, Prameha, kushtha, Chardi, krimi, kandu, medoroga, visarpa. Part used : Stem, leaf, aerial roots all are used for different formulations. Doses: Stem powder 3-6 gms, Decoction 50-100ml, Fresh juice 10-20 ml Aamika Prayoga /uses : 1. Medhaya : The fresh juice of Guduchi may be used. 2. Javara : Guduchi swarasa, shatavari svarasa equal parts are mixed together and given along with jaggery. 3. Amlapitta : Leaves of guduchi, Nimba, and patola are made into juice and administered along with honey. Formulations/ Yoga: 1. Amritarishta 2. Amritadi gugglu 3. Amritadyakashaya 4. Chandraprabha vati 5. Panch tikta gugglu ghrita
VACHA Botanical Name: Acorus calamus Family: Araceae Classical Categorization : Charaka Samhita : विरेचन, लेखनीय, अर्शोघ्न, तृप्तिघ्न, आस्थापनोपग, शीतप्रशमन,संज्ञास्थापन, तिक्तस्कन्ध, शिरोविरेचन Sushruta Samhita : पिप्पल्यादी , वचादि मुस्तादि. ,ऊर्ध्व भागहर । Bhavprakash Nighantu : Haritakyadi varga. Synonyms : 1. Aruna 2. Ugraa 3. Ugragandha 4. Karshini 5. Golomi 6. Jatila 7. Bodhaniya 8. Bhootnashini 9. Mangalya 10. Rakshohaani 11. Lomashi 12. Vijaya 13. Shataparveeka 14. Shoolahani 15. Shadgrantha 16. Samaarani 17. Swaaralu 18. Kshudrapatri Latin-एकोरस कैलेमस (Acorus calamus Linn.) Sanskrit - वचा. ( वचनशक्तिवर्धक ), उग्रगन्धा (तीक्ष्णगन्धयुक्त ), षड्ग्रन्था (छः गांठों वाली) गोलोमी ( गौ के समान रोमयुक्त), Marathi-वेखण्ड; गुजराती-वज, धोड़ावज; पंजाबी- वर्च , वरज कश्मिरी-वय; तेलगु-वस ; तामिल-वसम्बु मलयालम-बवम्बु, अरबी-वज्ज; ऊदुल्वज्ज; फारसी-अगरे तुर्की, कारूनक; English- (Sweet flag ) I Habitat: It is found near Marshy wet places, edges of lakes, tanks streams and rivers. Morphology: Is an aromatic marshy herb with creeping root stock. Leaves Simple Alternate, strongly aromatic, very closely arranged, vertically oriented, linear to narrowly ensiform, bright green, broad based, acute tipped. Flower short stampy sessile, Fruit 3 celled fleshy capsule. Important phytoconstituents : Volatile oil (Asanyl alcohol, Eugenol, Asarone), Acorn, Starch, and Tannin, Asaryl aldehyde, A-asarone and B-asarone, caffeine etc. Rasapanchaka : Rasa : Katu, Tikta Guna: Laghu, Tikshana Virya : Ushna Vipaka : Katu Karma: Kapha-vata shamaka Rogahanaata : Unmada, Apasmara, Javara. Aamayika Prayoga: 1. Amla-pitta: Vacha churna along with honey and jaggery is given. 2. Apasmara: Vacha choorana along with Honey and Ghrita is given for 3 days along with milk is on the only diet. 3. Shopha : Pastae of Vacha and Sarshapa is applied locally. 4. In Vamana karma for kasa swasa: Vacha churna with lavan in warm water is given. 5. Peenaas : Kwatha of Vacha is given. 6. Suryavarta : Pressed snuff of Vacha and pippali is useful. 7. Udara shoola : Vacha, suvarchala, Hingu, Ativisha , Haritaki, and Indrayava is given. Part used- मूल , भौमिक काण्ड Harmful effect- This is harmful for पित्त प्रकृति । Prevention - To prevent its harmful effects fennel seeds and lemon juice should be given. Matra: Churana 125-500mg For Vamana 1-2 gm Yoga/ Important formulations : 1. Saraswat churna 2. Medhya…