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Year : 1996  |  Volume : 16  |  Issue : 2  |  Page : 122-136

Single drug therapy in netraroga


1 Department of salakyatantra, Govt Ayurvedic medical college, Bangalore 560 009, India
2 Foundation for revitalization of Local Health traditions, 50, M.S.H Layout, 2nd Stage, 3rd Main, Anandanagar, Bangalore 560 024, India

Correspondence Address:
M B Gayathri
Department of salakyatantra, Govt Ayurvedic medical college, Bangalore 560 009
India
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The non-availability of reliable and standardized drugs, their high cost, and ambiguity in the identity of the ingredients used are a few of the major problems encountered today in the utilization of compound drugs in Ayurveda. There is thus an urgent need to reemphasize the use of single plant drug formulations recorded in the classical texts. The present study is an attempt to list out all the single plant drugs mentioned in the treatment of various Netrarogas from the classical texts of Ayurveda and to fix their proper botanical identity. The study of 7 classical texts has revealed that there are 41 single plant drugs in 80 preparations for treating 9 lakshanas and 29 rogas. They have been correlated with their botanical identities based on nomenclature correlation studies published over the last century. The drugs are arranged alphabetically with their botanical names, habit, indications, parts used, method of preparation, mode of administration and the reference, A primary analysis has also been made on the nomenclature, qualities and applications of the drugs.


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