Key action on the organism of plants
Ayurveda / / August 12, 2017
Balya . invigorates body and mind.Examples: ashwagandha, bala and Vidar.
Brmhaniya . Increases hard tissue, usually causing the body to supply them most juices.This word implies expansion.Examples: ashwagandha, bala.
Bhedaniya . Chops chair into small pieces, thus providing a laxative effect.Examples trivrt, castor oil.
Varnja . Gives body "color" that includes the complexion, skin, shine, body aura, etc. Examples:.. Sandalwood, vetiver, licorice, manzhishta, Vidar.
Dipaniya . Ignites digestive fire.Examples: fruit and root pippali, Citraka, fresh ginger, black pepper and asafetida.
Tho . Useful for the throat and, more broadly, for all that it is in the throat, such as voice.And in yet a more broadly useful for speech abilities.Examples: licorice, pippali, grapes, Vidar.
Lekhaniya . Facilitates the body, reducing the amount of juice in it.This class includes most bitter and sharp materials such as musts, turmeric, barberry, guggul, black pepper, ground ginger, Triphala.
Sandhaniya . Promotes hard stools and thus a means of fixing (although not necessarily lead to constipation).Examples: guduchi, mango seeds, manzhishta (Rubia cordifolia), barberry.
Trptighna . literally means "destroyer of saturation," which at the body level is increased appetite, and in the mind - a flare-up desires.Examples: fresh ginger, Citraka, vidanga, guduchi, sweet flag, must, pippali.
Other impacts are outlined more narrowly: adzhvan, asafoetida, barberry, calamus, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves, garlic, ginger, nutmeg, cumin, dill, fennel and similar herbs make cotton flow in her characteristic direction (Anuloma), and nard, Talisa (Abies webbiana), bamboo eye, cardamom, tulsi, punarnava, pippali, haritaki asafoetida and help to cope with a cough, asthma and other respiratory disorders.This method of exposure varies herbs.Asafoetida and haritaki free downward movement Apana, and thus hamper the cough and asthma.Punarnava achieves the same effect by eliminating the excess water from the body.Cardamom and long pepper free movement of prana in the chest.
Because different drugs can achieve the same results in different ways, their union gives sinergiches-cue effect: the cumulative impact is greater than the sum of the individual effects.Combinations of drugs are widely used also because they require a smaller dosage and resultant drug affects the greater number of body systems than it would do separate means.At the same time we must remember that not all herbs are combined with each other, and you need to take precautions so as not to create a combination, in which the elements would be in conflict with each other on quality, quantity and mode of action.After studying the properties of individual plants ancient healers have developed some good combinations so that they become one of the pillars of Ayurveda.A striking example of such a composition is Triphala.Other compositions include:
Ashtavarga : composition of eight herbs, the body returns to life and rejuvenating it.Herbs are called Jivaka, Kakoli, kshirakakoli, Mahamed, honey, rddhi, rshabhaka and vrddhi.Botanical identification of these plants is controversial.
Dadimashtaka Churna : powder containing pomegranate, sugar, and trisugandu Trikatu.It improves appetite, digestive fire ignites, a Can Tho, improves bowel and tone, helps when you cough and high temperature.
Dashamula (Ten roots) : is mainly used for the control of cotton in all parts of the body in such disparate conditions as asthma, colic, toothache, difficulty in childbirth.It is used usually as a decoction for drinking or for enemas, as well as medicinal wine.It consists of the roots of these plants: bilva (Aegle marmelos), Kashmar (Gmelina arborea), agnimantha (Premna serratifolia), patala (Stereospermum tetragonum), shonaka (Oroxilum indicum), brhati (Solariumindicum), shveta brhati (the same plant, but white fruits), shalaparni (Desmodium gangeticum), prshniparni (Pseudarthria viscida) and gokshura (Tribulus terrestris). Each of these plants and have their own application.For example, the juice of the leaves brhati used together with fresh ginger juice to stop vomiting and fruits help with some skin diseases.
Panchakola : includes ginger powder, fruit and root pippali, Citraka and chavyu (a kind of pepper).It improves the appetite and the digestive fire, ama processes useful in flatulence, colic and other ailments of the digestive tract.
Trikatu (three acuity) : ginger, black pepper and pippali.It is used mainly in cases where the kapha or ama hinder the movement of wool, especially inhalation tract.
Trisuganda (three flavors) : cinnamon, cardamom and tamalapatra;when adding nagakeshary (Mesua ferrea) is named cha turdzhata. Both compounds are used for the same purposes as the Trikatu but have a sweeter taste and a smoother action.
Over time, created a lot of new recipes, many of which are still in vogue.In later texts, there is a tendency to a more precise description of the recipe.So, Sharngadhara said that if the drug in his book mentioned in the same recipe twice, the amount should be doubled.If sandalwood prescribed as a powder or oil of medicinal wine, this means that there should be used a white sandalwood.If specified in the recipe decoction or ointment for external use, it is red sandalwood.Unless otherwise stipulated, any part of the plant must be taken, then we are talking about the root.However, many of the early texts are not as detailed interpretation of ambiguous and varies from state to state.Therefore, the wise physician will not blindly follow a similar recipe, but will use them as a source of ideas for developing your own recipes.