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A DIFFERENT VIEW OF SHRAMAHARA MAHAKASHAYA IN AYURVEDIC AND CONTEMPORARY ASPECT: A REVIEW

Dr. Ritu* and Dr. Anil Sharma

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Charaka Samhita is considered one of the oldest ancient medical books among all literary works. The mahakashayas are one of the excellent concepts explained by Acharya Charaka mentioned in Shadvirechaniye Adyaye’s chapter based on the pharmacological action of drugs. This chapter explained fifty groups according to their karmas, mentioning ten drugs in each group.[1] Shramahara mahakashaya is one of them, which helps to reduce shrama (fatigue). The terms shramahara and antifatigue are interchangeable. Fatigue syndrome is accompanied by both physical and mental health problems that are indicative of an aggravated Vata dosha. A person who has the physical, mental, and spiritual manifestation of vata may feel completely depleted of all energy and unable to complete even the most simple tasks. Shramahara mahakashaye helps to reduce fatigue as an herbal supplement, as the drugs present in shramahara mahakashya have shramahara properties, are enriched with glucose and protein, and have action on vata dosha. The objective of this review article is to discuss different views of Shramahara mahakashaya in Ayurvedic and contemporary aspects.

Keywords: Shramahara mahakashaya, antifatigue.


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