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SHALMALI: A STUDY ON PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTION FROM AN AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE SPECIALLY ON MENSTRUAL DISORDERS

Bharati Kumari*, Chitranjan Das, Purnima Bharti and Mahendra Prasad Singh

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Each and every pathy is good but each pathy has its own merits as well as demerits. For example -if we are treating the case of menorrhagia and if we find that there is a uterine fibroid, so there is naturally a gynaecologist remove the fibroid by surgery and the patients will get cure. So this is 100% gift from the Modern science but if there is no specific cause is found for example-Idiopathic menorrhagia. There is no problem in uterus, no problem in the ovary, there is no infection, no inflammation but they feel that is not idiopathic it is hormonal problem. They just giving you some overall hormonal treatments continuously for 3 cycles and checking the results. If they are not getting results then they do further managements. But this is what I am saying here are our limitations, because hormones are good at some level and bad at some level. So to avoid the side effects of the hormones the Ayurveda can be best alternatives. If we want to understand the Ayurvedic management then we should be confident enough to understands the basis of Ayurveda. It says that one of the cause of menstrual problem is due to Santarpan and Apatarpan. Santarpan means abnormal excessive malnutrition while apatarpan means undernutrition, Each and every tissue has less quality and quantity. Shalmali is one such a drug which has very efficient role in menstrual disorders. This article demonstrates the therapeutic role of Shalmali from a reverse pharmacological perspectives.

Keywords: Shalmalia malabarica, B.ceiba, Mocharasa, Menstrual disorder, Raja, Artawa, Shukra, Rajakshaya, Raktapradar.


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