Pharmaceutical preparation, standardization and comparative study of Tinduka Ghanavati and Kulattha Guda Avaleha in context of Shwasa Roga

  • Manisha Rathi Professor and HOD, Department of Rasa Shastra evam Bhaishajya Kalpana, Mansarovar Ayurvedic Medical College Hospital and Reseach Center, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.
  • Sharad Rathi Assistant Professor, Department of Agada Tantra evam Vidhi Vaidhyak, Pt. Khushilal Sharma Govt. Autonomous Ayurved College and institute, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, India.
Keywords: Tinduka Ghanavati, Kulattha Guda Avaleha, Shwasa Roga


Ayurveda is the world's oldest medical system, which dates back to the Rigveda period BC. 5000. All the medical systems of the world have received their form of organization and developmental inspiration from this, this is an undisputed proven fact. Ayurveda has been called the science of age. Charak has described Ayurveda as eternal. The medical science of Rasashastra is also included in Ayurveda medical science. Rasashastra has been revolutionary in Ayurveda since the 8th century. This has been said to reflect the results of Rasashastra during this period.  The chemical drug manufacturing process was being used in the medical world since the 8th century. Since time immemorial, humans have been engaged in research for various purposes in various areas of their lives. Research in Ayurveda is necessary and mandatory.  As the struggle and difficulties in a person's life increase along with progressing on the path of salvation, he is suffering from very painful diseases due to not following the health- protecting diet and practices recommended by the famous people. Among these diseases, respiratory disease also holds an important place. This is seen more in the human community. From the study of various texts, it was found that Tindukaghanvati and Kulathaguda Avaleha are effective drug combinations for respiratory diseases. Therefore, in this research work, the study of the above mentioned Yogas on respiratory diseases was considered. The presented research work is being presented before the scholars to reestablish the principles propounded by the Acharyas. The success of the effort depends on the consent of scholars.


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DOI: 10.21760/jaims.9.1.8
Published: 2024-02-22
How to Cite
Manisha Rathi, & Sharad Rathi. (2024). Pharmaceutical preparation, standardization and comparative study of Tinduka Ghanavati and Kulattha Guda Avaleha in context of Shwasa Roga. Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences, 9(1), 72 - 77.
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