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A REVIEW ON KUPIPAKWA RASAYANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DYSPNOEA

Gazala Hussain* and Archana Pagad

Abstract

Ayurveda pharmaceutics deals with a branch termed as Indian alchemy where metal, mineral and other origin drugs are employed for preparation of formulations. These formulations are basically divided as Khalviya yoga, Parpati yoga, Kupipakwa yoga and Pottali yoga. These Kupipakwa yogas are also termed as sindura kalpa owing to the colour of the end product. A literary search through the literature of Rasashastra has put light on the use of Kupipakwa yoga for management of shwasa. Kupipakwa rasayana are murchita parada yogas that act as rasayana and also useful in managing an array of ailments including shwasa (dyspnoea). Different sindura kalpas are indicated in shwasa (dyspnoea) like Shadguna Rasasindura, Malla sindura, Tala sindura, Shila sindura, Sameerapannaga rasa, etc. These sindura kalpas not just act as vyadhi nivarakata (relieving the disease) but also have dhatu poshaka (nourishment to tissues), and rasayana property. Due to the combination of purified mercury and sulphur i.e., kajjali with other calyx of metals the formulations will be effective in alleviating the aggravated constituents of the body and also replenish and repair the body tissues.

Keywords: Kupipakwa rasayana, Shwasa, Rasashastra, Parada.


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