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Abstract

ANALYTICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OF RASONA SAPTAK IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PAKSHAGHATA W.S.R. TO HEMIPLEGIA

Khare Manish*, Khare Kumudini Mala and Khuntia B. B.

ABSTRACT

The stressful lifestyle and mental conditions, food habits, living conditions in the present scenario have invited many distressing diseases. Hemiplegia is described in ayurveda as Pakshaghata considered among 80 vatavikaras which literally means loss of voluntary functions of one side of the body. Ayurvedic medicine is oriented towards health maintenance, prevention and treatment of diseases. The present review article is undertaken to explore the pharmacological attributes of ingredients of Rasona Saptak and its reaction on Pakshaghata. This formulation contains Allium sativum, Zingiber officinalis, Piper nigrum, Piper longum, Ferula narthex, Cuminum cyminum, Saindhava lavana, Sauvarchal lavana and Ricinus communis. According to Ayurvedic pharmacodynamic properties, Rasona Saptak pacifies vitiated Vata dosha due to Madhura rasa, Snigdha guna, Ushna veerya and Madhura vipaka. It also pacifies vitiated Kapha dosha due to Laghu guna, Ruksha guna and Katu vipaka. Its Mukhyakarma includes Vedanasthapana, Nadiuttejak, Nadibalyakara, Deepana, Pachana, Mootrala and Srotoshodhaka. Ingredients of Rasona Saptak contains alkaloids, flavanoides, glycosides, protein, resin, saponin, tannin, steroid and essential oils. Further these phytochemicals are found to possess antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, anti-carcinomic, anti-microbial, anticoagulant, hypolipidaemic, diuretic and anti-hypertensive activities. Rasona Saptak can be effectively used to manage Pakshaghata due to its pharmacodynamic properties, phytochemicals and scientifically proven bioactivities.

Keywords: Rasona saptak, Pakshaghata, phytochemicals, anti-coagulant.


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