“The role of Tulsi plant in management of Alasaka kushtha – A literature review.”

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“The role of Tulsi plant in management of Alasaka kushtha – A literature review.”
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Tulsi, Ocimum sanctum,   kshudra kushthas. Alasaka kushtha

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Paratkar, E. S., Jaisal, S. K., & M.S. Jaiswal. (2021). “The role of Tulsi plant in management of Alasaka kushtha – A literature review.”. Ayurline: International Journal of Research in Indian Medicine, 5(02). https://doi.org/10.52482/ayurline.v5i02.521

Abstract

There are many skin disease which is most common among all skin diseases worldwide. Chronic skin conditions are typically not curable, but they can be managed using proper drugs and by paying close attention to lifestyle. Ayurveda focuses on healthy lifestyle practices and regular consumption of adaptogenic herbs. This study is focusing on getting knowledge of the role of Tulsi plant in Alasaka kushta by review of samhitas, research articles, published articles, and websites. In Ayurved samhitas various skin diseases are comes under different classification. Some skin diseases are comes under kshudra kushtha. Alasaka kushtha comes under kshudra kushta in some Ayurvedic  samhitas. Dravya guna is one of the pharmaco-therapeutic branch of Ayurveda deals with herbal drugs. The plant Ocimum sanctum better known as Tulsi or Holy basil can be used for everything from the common cold to heart disorder due to its highly complex chemical composition. Perhaps best known of many active compounds that have been identified and extracted from the Tulsi plant. Tulsi herb can also cure variety of skin disease. Therefore called as “Herb for all reason”.

https://doi.org/10.52482/ayurline.v5i02.521
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