Clinical indications of Ashwagandharishta an experiential and scientific view

  • Prof. Shripathi Acharya G Director Academic and WHO Collaborator, Muniyal Institute of Ayurveda Medical Sciences, Manipal, Karnataka, India.
  • Rajeshwari S Acharya SDM College of Ayurveda, Udupi, Karnataka, India.
Keywords: Ashwagandharishta, Rasayana, Nadi Balya, Ayurveda

Abstract

Asavarishtas are Sandhaniya formulations which contain self generated alcohol in it. They are easy to prepare and preserve also. Asavarishtas like Amritarishta, Abhayarishta, Arjunarishta,  Aravindasava,  Ashokarishta,  Balarishta,  Chandanasava,  Chavikasava   Dashamoolarishta   Drakshasava   Eladyarishta,  Gomootrasava,  Jeerakarishta,  Kutajarishta,  Kumaryasava,  kanakasava   Mustakarishta,  Punarnavasava and Pushkaramoolasava  are few fermented formulations which are commonly used by Ayurveda physicians.  Ashwagandharishta is one such preparation which is given in mental disorders, neurological disorders, and chronic debilitating diseases. It is having actions like Dipana, Pachana,  Rasayana,  Balya, Brimhana, Nadi Balya, sedative,  hypnotic,  antistress, adaptogenic and nerve tonic etc. The present paper highlights about the clinical indications of Ashwagandharishta in experiential and scientific view.

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Shastry J L N, Dravyaguna vijnana , Choukhamba press, New delhi , Vol 2, 2005, PP. 650

Shastry J L N, Dravyaguna vijnana , Choukhamba press, New delhi Vol 2, 2005, PP 650

How to Cite
Prof. Shripathi Acharya G, & Rajeshwari S Acharya. (2022). Clinical indications of Ashwagandharishta an experiential and scientific view . Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences, 7(1), 116 - 118. Retrieved from https://www.jaims.in/jaims/article/view/1692
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