Review on Sneha Kalpana with special reference to Narasimha Ghrita
Medicated ghee that is Ghrita Kalpana is a unique Ayurvedic preparation widely used by the physicians for various purposes. Narsimha Ghrita - a Sneha Kalpana is a famous formulation, indicated in Khalitya, Palitya as well used as Vajikarana and Rasayana. Ashtanga Hridaya and Gada Nigraha are the two references available in the classics for this formulation. All the market available samples are as per the reference of Ashtanga Hridaya but in the form of Lehya rather the Ghrita form. Hence the present article is an attempt to review the different references of Narasimha Ghrita.
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