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A PHARMACEUTICAL STUDY OF TUTTHA SATVAPATANA W.S.R. TO MRIDU SATVAPATANA

Dr. Manish Kumar Patel, Dr. Archana*, Dr. Lalchand and Dr. Saroj Parhate

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Rasashastra includes various metals, minerals, precious and semiprecious stones etc. and their different characters along with therapeutic uses. The knowledge of Tuttha (Copper sulphate) was known to Indians, since early ages of medical practice. It is having the Rasayana, Emetic, Purgative, Blood purifying properties. Essence of Tuttha is clinically indicated for all doshas, toxicity, colic pain, Anorectal disorders, Acidity and constipation. It is powerful astringent, antiseptic stimulant, styptic and mild caustic. Tuttha is found as a solidified minerals mainly in volcano and have the therapeutic properties as well as toxic property. Ashodhita Tuttha causes Vanti (vomiting) and Bhranti (mental illusion). So it should be used after Shodhana only. Various pharmaceutical procedures i.e. Shodhana (Purification), Marana (Incineration), Satvapatan (Extraction of metal from mineral) etc. converts deadly toxic mineral, metallic substances into safe and potent therapeutic agent. This paper aims to make available standard manufacturing process of Tuttha satva-patana. Satva patna process performed by method described in Rasa Tarangini. The aims to evaluate the temperature in when Tuttha gives the features of Bijavarta and Shuddhavarta, and also an approach to evaluate the temperature for Tuttha Satvapatana. In this study temperature and amount of fuel required for Mridu Satvapatana as Tuttha Satvapatana have been evaluated. In this work, I found 20 gm of satva from 120 gm of Tuttha mixture compound (Shodhita, Nirmalikrita and Pindikrita Tuttha).

Keywords: Tuttha, Satva, Essence, Satvapatana.


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