Indications: Vatarakta (Gout), Raktagata Vata (Rakta affected by Vata Dosa)Method of preparation: Prepare the taila by making kashaya of the drugs lto 3.Add the kashaya
t0 taila along with powdered drugs no.5 to 12. Boil till the water content is evaporated and
attains paka. The taila is removed ...
Indications: Syara Ksaya (Aphasia), Andhatva (Blindness), Badhiratva (Deafness), Danta Calana
(Loose tooth), Kesasata (Loss of hair), Palita (Graying of hair)Usage: Used externally for abhyangaMethod of preparation: Prepare the taila by boiling the swarasas and kalka dravya together. The
Indications: Vatarakta (Gout), Vataroga (Disease due to Vata dosa), Sukra Dosa (Vitiation of
semen), Rajodosa (Menstrual disorder), Karsya (Emaciation), Svarabheda (Hearseness ofvoice), Used as Rasayana (Nutrient to body and mind with adapto-immuno-neuro-endocrinomodulator properties)Dosage: 12g,...
Indications: Kesapata (Falling of hair), Palita (Graying of hair)Method of preparation: The taila is prepared by adding the drugs no.1 to 8 as drava dravyas, and
no.10 to 12 as kalka dravyas to taila and boiling till the water content evaporates and attains.usage: Used externally for Abhyanga
Indications: Vataraktaruja (Pain due to Vatarakta), Daha (Burning sensation)Method of preparation:
Taila is boiled with the above drugs and water and boiled till complete evaporation of water. The
paka is checked regualarly and and removed from heater after reaching the paka. The cooled taila
Indications: Psoriasis, Kushta, Charmaroga, KanduMethod of preparation: The fresh leaves of the drug are collected and cleaned. They are cut in to
pieces of 10mm size. The leave pieces are mixed in oil and ket under sun light for 5 to 7 days.
The oil is sieved in “muslin cloth and leaves are re...