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Dr. Madhuri Thokala*, Dr. Ravinder Kumar and Dr. Rajeshkommu


The Climate of India comprises a wide range of weather conditions across a vast geographic scale and varied topography .It possesses a large variety of climates ranging from extremely hot desert regions to high altitude locations with severely cold conditions. With in India it is possible to define six regions with distinct climates. The six climates are normally designated as Hot and Dry, Warm and Humid, Moderate, Cold and Sunny, Cold and Cloudy and Composite. Cold, dry air increases risk of respiratory tract infections and even worsen during the winter. As winter weather rolls in, so do Cold, Sinusitis, Asthma and flu. For many people, Asthma attacks, cold, cough, sinusitis may happen more often in the winter .Many diseases in Ayurveda can be correlated with modern terminologies like cough-kasa, cold-pratisyaya, Bronchial Asthma-Tamaka swasa, Dyspnoea-swasa, Chronic Rhinitis-Pinasa,Dhusta pratisyaya-Sinusitis. Though the research in respiratory medicine is highly developed , respiratory diseases are still a challenge in front of the health governing bodies. Unlike many diseases, respiratory tract infections are those which were life threatening. Ayurveda can offer a wonderful results in the treatment of respiratory tract infections or diseases over allopathy. Considering the popularity of herbal medicine, our present aim is to focus light on the herbal drugs useful in the respiratory tract infections which may be helpful for the common people in the prevention of respiratory tract infections especially in the winter season.

Keywords: Climate, Winter, Respiratory Diseases, Herbal Medicine, Ayurveda.

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