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AN OVERVIEW OF ANTI ASTHMATIC ACTION OF SHRINGYADI CHOORNA AND ITS INGREDIENTS

Dr. Sushma Rawat, Shivani Sharma*, Dr. Shuchi Mitra, Dr. Usha Sharma and Dr. Khem Chand Sharma

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Tamak Shwas, often correlated with Bronchial Asthma is a troublesome condition, leaving the person gasping for breath and in some cases it can have dangerous consequences as well. Bronchial Asthma is a major global health problem, which can affect the population irrespective of age, sex, economic status etc. A very few patients need intensive care while most of the patients can be managed effectively in initial stages by Ayurvedic line of treatment. Shringyadi choorna is a formulation stated in the textbook of Chakradatta and many other texts of Ayurveda which contains the most potent ingredients namely Karkatshringi, Pushkarmool, Shati, Musta, Pippali, Marich, Shunthi and Sharkara which are in totality responsible for its anti asthmatic properties and adding to the potency the anupan dravya are Guduchi, Vasa, Bilva, Agnimanth, Shyonak, Patla and Gambhari. In many other Ayurvedic texts Shringyadi choorna is enlisted by various acharyas with almost similar ingredients. This drug is supposed to help relieve the patient and decrease the burden of intake of allopathic medicine on everyday basis.

Keywords: Shringyadi, choorna, tamak shwas, asthma.


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