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Abstract

PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTIONS OF KASAHARA DRAVYAS - A LITERARY REVIEW

Dr. Umakant N. Rabb*

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The word Kasa refers to Cough reflex, which is abnormality in the respiratory system. Cough is result of infection and irritation of the bronchial tissue also called as bronchitis. Cough may be dry or productive. Irritate bronchitis may result of pollutants, dust, smoke, or irritant chemicals. As per classics the cough occurs when the Apana Vayu is obstructed and moves upward direction causes Udana vata which expels the Vayu upward and out of the body. Due to this Vata may gets lodged in the chest region may results in chest, back and head pain and repeated coughing. Ayurveda enumerated number of Kasahara Dravyas viz; Draksha, Haritaki, Amalaki, Pippali, Dhanvayasa, Karkatashrungi, Kantakari, Vrischira, Punarnava, Bhumyamalaki. The present study reveals the reference regarding Kasahara drugs from various classical texts their Rasa Panchakas, pharmacological activities and Chemical components or active ingredients are reviewed systematically. The further scope of the study is that to make available these drugs as a standard drug or Control Drug to evaluate the Kasahara property along with modern drugs with clinical study.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Kasahara Dravysa, Cough reflex, Rasa Panchaka, Vata, Chemical components, etc.


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