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A LITERARY REVIEW OF THERAPEUTIC ACTION OF PUNARNAVA ON SOTHA

*Dr. Chitranjan Das, Dr. Prof. Mahendra Prasad Singh and Dr. Shreebhagwan Singh

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Health & disease are the two faces of a coin. The concept is to aid the human beings to provide healthy life & to prevent diseases. Sotha can be correlated to oedema on the basis of equivalent symptoms mentioned in the concerned literature. Sotha is a common pathological condition, neither limited to age group nor socio economical class of society.[0] Ayurveda considers man as an integral part of mother nature.[1] There for laws of nature are very well applicable for him also. it has understood the need of longavity and effectiveness to attain the supreme goal.[1] Punarnava helps maintain efficient kidney and urinary function with its diuretic, laxative stomachic, diaphoretic, anti spasmodic and anti inflammatory action. According to Ayurveda punarnava is the best astringent to bowels, useful in blood purifire and also used in lucorrhoea, anaemia, inflammation, heart disease, asthma etc. Many pharmacological studies have demonstrated the ability of its antioxident ophthalmic anti inflammatory, spermatogenic, immunostimulants, hepatoprotective, supporting its traditional uses.[2]

Keywords: Punarnava, diuretic, laxative stomachic, diaphoretic, anti spasmodic.


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