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CONCEPT OF THE PARPATI KALPANA

Dr. Deepak Kumar Tiwari*, Dr. Sankalp Singh and Dr. Saurabh Tiwari

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The Parpati Kalpana is a flake form of mercurial formulation, unique in the field of Rasashastra. Parpati Kalpana is the Parada Bandha (process of binding mercury) which helps to reduce the Durgrahatva (difficult to hold) and Chanchalatva (quickness or instability) of Parada (mercury). Parada and Gandhaka (sulphur) are the very important ingreadients of a Parpati Kalpa prepared with the aid of heat as the physical agent. Parpati kalpana is a especial method of parada (rasa) formulation developed with a specific drug and dose delivery system, which is a Murchana variety, Sagandha or Nirgandha (presence or absence of sulphur), Sagni (processed with heat) Pota Bandha of Parada. Parada when amalgamated with shuddha Gandhaka loses its toxic properties and nullify the toxic effects of Parada, after which Parada attains different therapeutic qualities. The common method of preparation is same for all Parpati kalpa, yet difference in ingredients gives a wide spectrum of therapeutics. The basic concepts, method of preparation and the increasing properties obtained by the final product Parpati and their analytical test are discussed in this article.

Keywords: Parpati, Sagandha, Nirgandha, analytical test.


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