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Abstract

ANTIBIOTICS RESISTANCE! WHAT CAN AYURVEDA DO?

Chauhan Parul*, Tiwari R. C., Dikshit Manisha, Singh Anoop Kumar and Sharma Vedbhushan

ABSTRACT

A Bacterium is a unicellular micro organism that does not have a nucleus or any other membrane bound organelles. Bacteria play an important role in our life. They show good as well as harmful activities like they digest nutrients, synthesizing vitamins, help in degrading of dead organisms, bring valuable nutrients back to earth and also spread many diseases like cholera, typhoid, dysentery, pneumonia, tuberculosis, tetanus, ring disease of potato, citrus canker and yellowing rot of wheat etc. Antibiotics are a type of drugs which used in treatment and prevention of bacterial infections. The first true antibiotic penicillin was discovered by Alexander Fleming in 1928. Discovery of penicillin create a landmark in field of medicine. But as the time passed, resistance against bacteria developed due to excessive use and misuse of antibiotics. Today it’s required to choose alternatives of antibiotics. The Ayurvedic approach against bacteria is best alternative of antibiotics. Many Ayurvedic plants like Nimb, Amalaki, Tulsi, Madhuyasthi, Kasmard, Daruharidra, Lavang, Rasona, etc. show significant antibacterial activity. Mainly tikta and kashaya rasa pradhana dravya have antibacterial property.

Keywords: Antibiotic, Ayurveda, Bacteria, Cholera, Penicillin, Tuberculosis, Pneumonia, Tetanus.


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