A A Pharmacological Study of Anupa and Jangala Deshastha Shitivaraka (Celosia argentea Linn.). W.S.R. Mootralkarma

AYURLINE: IJ-RIM


International Journal of Research in Indian Medicine

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Keywords

: kapha dosha and mootra, Asray-Asrayi Sambandha, immunomodulation, anti-inflammatory and antihistaminic activity

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Lavate, N. (2021). A A Pharmacological Study of Anupa and Jangala Deshastha Shitivaraka (Celosia argentea Linn.). W.S.R. Mootralkarma. Ayurline: International Journal of Research in Indian Medicine, 5(04). https://doi.org/10.52482/ayurline.v5i04.588

Abstract

Pharmacology, the science of drug action, has helped to elucidate many basic physiological and pathological mechanisms in health and disease. Various animal experimental models have been designed to study the effect of drugs on living organisms and isolated tissues. These give an insight about where and how a drug acts, the mode of action of a drug, its effect on various body systems and probable adverse effects before administration of a drug. Therefore, the object of pharmacology is to provide such scientific data in animals as well as humans, which forms the basis of rational therapeutics.

The  Jalamahabhuta is fundamental base of origin for kapha  dosha and mootra. These are supposed to have Asray-Asrayi Sambandha . It means these are directly proportional to each other. So by using the drug which is having the mootrala property Kapha may be controlled. Here an effort is made to prove this concept with modern parameters like immunomodulation, anti-inflammatory and antihistaminic activity.

 

https://doi.org/10.52482/ayurline.v5i04.588
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