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AYURVEDIC PHARMACY (Bhaishajya-Kalpana)
AYURVEDIC PHARMACY (Bhaishajya-Kalpana)
Description
FOREWORD:

The knowledge of Ayurveda is now accepted throughout the world as a positive health science. The ancient Vaidika traditions cognised by Indian Acharyas offer a wealth of practical knowledge on how to live a healthy and meaningful life. Vaidika wisdom is timeless and unbounded and therefore it is relevant in this modern age.

Ayurvedic medicines are preferred instead of Allopathic medicines as it maintains the natural rhythm of the body on a mental, physical and spiritual level - leaving absolutely no side-effects. Ayurvedic medicine being not harmful, is furthermore not toxic or cruel in resting on animal.

Using Mother Nature's tools - in taking purely plant-based medicines, which are both eco-friendly and bio-friendly, is the most significant aspect of the system.

Different Kalpanas prepared from these herbs act on different systems with different mechanism of action on various diseases.

This book of Bhaishajya Kalpana includes the Good Manufacturing Practices (G.M.P. Rules), latest manufacturing techniques along with the descriptions of modern machinery and methods. The methods of collection and latest methods of taking out plant extracts and preservation of Ayurvedic medicines are explained in a very practical manner.

Prof. Hari Shankar Sharma
Ex. Dean and Head of Dept.
Rasashastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana
I.P.G.T.&R; Gujarat Ayurveda University
Jamanagar, Gujarat, India

CONTENTS

Foreword(iii)
Preface(v)
Acknowledgement(x)
Chapter 1
History of Herbal Medicine
Ayurveda : The base of
Modern Medicine
5
Folk Healing in Middle Age7
The Gap in the Scientific
Approach
8
Laboratory versus Nature9
Herbs seen with Modern Eyes9
Chapter 2
Basics of Bhaishajya Kalpana
Definition15
Importance of Bhaishajya-
kalpana
15
Commonly used terms in
Bhaishajya Kalpana
17
Common Terms & Definitions
in Dravyaguna
(Pharmacology)
20
Bhavana21
Modern Pharmacology26
Chapter 3
Classification and
Maintenance of Drugs
Classification of Drugs28
Approaches to Evolving a Drug30
Classification of dravyas
according to Therapeutic
Application
32
Fifty Important Decoctives32
Action based Plant Grouping37
Plants and Herbal Supplements
used Commonly
40
Mishraka Guna (Mixed
Classification of Drugs)
43
Morphologically Similar
Groups
47
Qualitative Similar Drugs49
Ecology of Drugs50
Selection of Drugs51
Collection of Drugs52
-Method of Drug collection53
-Specific Period of collection53
-Veerya in Drug Procurement55
-Consideration of Karma in
Drug procurement
55
-Collection of Dietary Items56
-Collection of Drugs of
Animal Origin
56
Evaluation of Raw Materials56
Preservation of Drugs58
-Storage of Medicine59
-Potency Period of the Drug60
-Prevention of Fresh and
Dried Drug Specimens
60
-Roles of Preservatives61
Food Additives and Artificial
Colours
61
Shelf Life63
Chapter 4
Pharmacy
Bheshajagar64
Equipments and Raw Drugs65
Pharmacy Assistants65
Steps before Production65
Yantra (Apparatus)67
-Dola yantra67
-Khalva yantra68
-Patana yantra69
-Baluka yantra71
-Puta yantra72
Impurities of Dravyas and
their Purification
74
Common Methods of
Purification
75
Artificial Substances and
Adulterants
78
Honey Adulteration79
Chapter 5
Pharmacokinetics
Fate of a Drug85
Time of Drug Administration86
Concept of Chronopharma-
cology
90
Chronobiology90
Chronopharmacology94
Channels of Administration97
Ten Big Orifices99
Posology of Dosage101
Pharmacodynamics104
The Six Rasas (Tastes)105
Anupana (Vehicle)106
Chapter 6
Pancha-Vidha
Kashaya Kalpana
Yoni (Sources) of Kashay
kalpana
110
Swarasa (juice)111
Kalka (paste)111
Kwatha (decoction)112
Shita (cold infusion)112
Phanta (Infusion)113
Other Kalpanas113
Chapter 7
Churna
Churna
General Method of Preparation114
Characteristic and Preservation114
Some of the Commonly
Used Churna :
-Ashtanga lavana115
-Katphaladi115
-Gandhaka rasayana116
-Dashana Samskar116
-Dadimashtaka117
-Naracha117
-Panchakola117
-Panchanimba118
-Laghu Gangadhar119
-Vidangadi119
-Saraswata119
-Sitopaladi120
-Talisadi120
-Hingvashtak121
-Shivakshara pachan121
-Lavanabhaskar121
Validation of Ashwagandha
Churna
122
Kwath Churna
Characteristic and Preservation125
Some of the Commonly used
Kwath Churna :
-Gojihvadi126
-Trinapanchamula127
-Triphala127
-Dhanyapanchaka127
-Nimbadi127
-Pathyadi128
-Phalatrikadi128
-Mashabaladi129
-Rasnasaptaka129
-Varunadi129
-Shvasahara130
Standardisation of Kwath130
Standardisation of Dashamula
kashaya
132
Chapter 8
Vati & Guggulu
Vati or Gutika
Method of Preparation136
Characteristics136
Some of the Commonly
used Vati or Gutika :
-Abhaya137
-Arshoghni138
-Kutajaghana138
-Mahashankha138
-Mahagandhaka139
-Sarpagandhaghana140
-Sarvatobhadra140
-Chandraprabha141
-Prabhakar142
-Shukramatrika142
-Shulavajrini143
-Samshamani144
-Sukhavirechana144
-Billvadi144
-Rajahpravartini145
-Lavangadi145
-Lashunadi146
-Sanjivani146
-Arogyavardhini146
-Chitrakadi147
-Vyoshadi148
Guggulu
Method of Preparation148
Characteristics and
Preservations
149
Some of the Commonly
used Guggulu:
-Panchamrita lauha149
-Punarnava150
-Yogaraja150
-Kaishora151
-Simhanada152
-Triphala153
Studies and References on
Standardization of
Ayurvedic Tablets
153
Chapter 9
Sneha Kalpana
Ghrita murchhana158
Taila murchhana158
Ghrita
General Method of
Preparations
159
Characteristics and
Preservations
160
Some of the Commonly
used Ghrita:
-Kalyanaka160
-Triphala161
-Panchagavya162
-Panchatikta162
-Phala163
-Brahmi163
-Mahakalyanaka164
-Mahatiktaka165
-Arjuna166
-Sukumara167
-Changeri168
Taila
Characteristics and
Preservations
169
Some of the Commonly
used Taila:
-Shatapaki kshirabala170
-Pinda170
-Dashamula170
-Panchaguna171
-Anu172
-Mahanarayana173
-Bhringaraj175
-Kumkumadi176
-Sahacharadi177
-Karpasasthyadi178
-Kshirabala179
-Jatyadi179
Standardization of
Somarajee Taila
180
Standardization of
Karpuradi Taila
183
Chapter 10
Sandhana Kalpana
Asava and Arishta187
Method of preparation187
Characteristic and Preservation188
Some of the Commonly
used Asava and Arishtas:
-Punarnavadyarishta188
-Babbularishta189
-Ashokarishta190
-Dashamularishta190
-Kutajarishta192
-Khadirarishta193
-Parthadyarishta194
-Rohitakarishta194
-Saraswatarishta194
-Abhayarishta195
-Amritarishta196
-Ashwagandharishta197
-Drakshasava198
-Kumaryasava199
-Lauhasava200
-Vasakasava201
-Kanakasava201
-Chandanasava202
-Sarivadyasava203
Chapter 11
Avaleha
Method of Preparation204
Characteristic & Preservation205
Some of the Commonly
used Avaleha:
-Chyavanprash205
-Ashtangavaleha207
-Kalyanakavaleha207
-Vyaghriharitaki208
-Ashwagandhavaleha208
-Kantakaryavaleha209
-Bilvadileha209
-Vasavaleha210
-Madhusnuhi rasayan210
-Erandapaka211
-Saubhagyashunthi213
-Haridrakhanda214
Chapter 12
Sattva (Extracts)
Guduchi Sattva215
Extraction Methods215
Liquid Extraction Process216
Concentration Process217
Distillation/Extraction218
Cold Percolation219
Agitation/Distillation219
Super Critical Fluid Extraction220
CO2 Extraction220
Extracts Quality Control
Methods
Analytical methods223
Extract Drying Process224
Adding Excipients225
Freeze-drying Process225
Herbal Oil Extracts225
Chapter 13
Mishra Kalpana
Arka228
-Pudinarka229
-Yavanyarka229
Lepa229
-Dashanga lepa230
-Rasnadi churna lepa231
-Shothaghna lepa231
Upanah Kalpana232
Lavan Kalpana232
Masi Kalpana232
Anjan, Varti and Netra-bindu233
Anna Kalpana233
-Yusha233
-Yavagu234
-Mamsa rasa235
-Veshavara235
-Panaka235
Takra235
Kanjika236
Ksheer paka236
Extraction of Medicinal
Principles with milk
236
Other Kalpanas of Sushruta238
Herbal Contraceptive242
Essential Oils244
Essential Oils with their Uses249
Chapter 14
Poisons as Medicine
Poisonous Plants as Medicine256
Purification of Poisonous
Plants
257
Details about some
Visha Dravya
258
-Vatsanabha258
-Vishatinduka259
-Jayapala261
-Dhatura261
-Bhanga262
-Bhallataka263
-Gunja264
Effect of Purification on
the Toxicity of Abrus
precatorius
264
Rasa-Uparas Poisoning266
Scheduling of Drugs &
Poisons in Australia
268
Chapter 15
Heavy Metals and
Contamination
Heavy Metals and
Environment
273
Metals in the Environment274
-Mercury274
-Cadmium275
-Lead276
-Selenium276
Surrounding environment
influences metal uptake
277
Metals can transfer and
accumulate in the body
277
Trace Element Analysis of
Some Copper Containing
Herbs
279
Drug Toxicity280
Chemicals for the Betterment
of Herbs
282
Chapter 16
Rasashastra
Rasa yoga287
Parpati287
Kupipakva287
Lauha288
Bhasma288
Standardisation of
Praval Bhasma
289
Chapter 17
Medicinal Herbs as Cosmetics
Common Herbs used as
Cosmetics
294
Skin Care294
Care of Eyes298
Hair Care299
Chapter 18
Good Manufacturing Practice
(GMP) in Pharmacentical
Production
GMP Requirements:
At a Glance
304
Schedule-T
(GMP for ISM Drugs)
308
GMP Practices:
-Infrastructural Requirements310
-Working Space314
-Storage Area316
-Machinery and Equipments316
-Health and Hygiene317
-Documentation and Records318
Labeling, Packing and Limit
of Alcohol in Ayurvedic or
Unani Drugs
319
Capsules and Tablets321
Encapsulation Technology321
Capsule Functions322
Capsule Contents323
Proper Humidity Control323
Standard Operating
Procedures (SOPs)
324
Standardization
-Phytochemical Section326
-Microbiological Section326
-Recommended Procedures327
-Preparation of Samples327
-Apparatus328
-Method328
ISO Standardisation330
Patenting331
Non-provisional Utility Patent333
Application data sheet335
Title of invention336
Claim339
Declaration340
USPTO Receipt 342
Requirements344
Patent & Trade mark
depository library program
354
Chapter 19
Ayurvedic Remedies for
Common Diseases
Women's Diseases
Leucorrhoea355
Uterine Fibroids355
Ovarian Cysts356
Menopausal Syndrome356
Sterility357
Men's Diseases
Infertility357
Erectile Dysfunction358
Premature Ejaculation359
Prostate Enlargement359
Child's Diseases
Abdominal pain360
Acute Diarrhoea361
Allergies361
Nephrotic Syndrome361
Common Disease
Hepatitis362
Psoriasis363
Ulcerative Colitis364
Depression365
Parkinson's Disease366
Thyroid Dysfunction367
Obesity369
Diabetes Mellitus369
Heart Disease370
Osteoarthritis371
Hyperacidity371
Word Index373


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FOREWORD:

The knowledge of Ayurveda is now accepted throughout the world as a positive health science. The ancient Vaidika traditions cognised by Indian Acharyas offer a wealth of practical knowledge on how to live a healthy and meaningful life. Vaidika wisdom is timeless and unbounded and therefore it is relevant in this modern age.

Ayurvedic medicines are preferred instead of Allopathic medicines as it maintains the natural rhythm of the body on a mental, physical and spiritual level - leaving absolutely no side-effects. Ayurvedic medicine being not harmful, is furthermore not toxic or cruel in resting on animal.

Using Mother Nature's tools - in taking purely plant-based medicines, which are both eco-friendly and bio-friendly, is the most significant aspect of the system.

Different Kalpanas prepared from these herbs act on different systems with different mechanism of action on various diseases.

This book of Bhaishajya Kalpana includes the Good Manufacturing Practices (G.M.P. Rules), latest manufacturing techniques along with the descriptions of modern machinery and methods. The methods of collection and latest methods of taking out plant extracts and preservation of Ayurvedic medicines are explained in a very practical manner.

Prof. Hari Shankar Sharma
Ex. Dean and Head of Dept.
Rasashastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana
I.P.G.T.&R; Gujarat Ayurveda University
Jamanagar, Gujarat, India

CONTENTS

Foreword(iii)
Preface(v)
Acknowledgement(x)
Chapter 1
History of Herbal Medicine
Ayurveda : The base of
Modern Medicine
5
Folk Healing in Middle Age7
The Gap in the Scientific
Approach
8
Laboratory versus Nature9
Herbs seen with Modern Eyes9
Chapter 2
Basics of Bhaishajya Kalpana
Definition15
Importance of Bhaishajya-
kalpana
15
Commonly used terms in
Bhaishajya Kalpana
17
Common Terms & Definitions
in Dravyaguna
(Pharmacology)
20
Bhavana21
Modern Pharmacology26
Chapter 3
Classification and
Maintenance of Drugs
Classification of Drugs28
Approaches to Evolving a Drug30
Classification of dravyas
according to Therapeutic
Application
32
Fifty Important Decoctives32
Action based Plant Grouping37
Plants and Herbal Supplements
used Commonly
40
Mishraka Guna (Mixed
Classification of Drugs)
43
Morphologically Similar
Groups
47
Qualitative Similar Drugs49
Ecology of Drugs50
Selection of Drugs51
Collection of Drugs52
-Method of Drug collection53
-Specific Period of collection53
-Veerya in Drug Procurement55
-Consideration of Karma in
Drug procurement
55
-Collection of Dietary Items56
-Collection of Drugs of
Animal Origin
56
Evaluation of Raw Materials56
Preservation of Drugs58
-Storage of Medicine59
-Potency Period of the Drug60
-Prevention of Fresh and
Dried Drug Specimens
60
-Roles of Preservatives61
Food Additives and Artificial
Colours
61
Shelf Life63
Chapter 4
Pharmacy
Bheshajagar64
Equipments and Raw Drugs65
Pharmacy Assistants65
Steps before Production65
Yantra (Apparatus)67
-Dola yantra67
-Khalva yantra68
-Patana yantra69
-Baluka yantra71
-Puta yantra72
Impurities of Dravyas and
their Purification
74
Common Methods of
Purification
75
Artificial Substances and
Adulterants
78
Honey Adulteration79
Chapter 5
Pharmacokinetics
Fate of a Drug85
Time of Drug Administration86
Concept of Chronopharma-
cology
90
Chronobiology90
Chronopharmacology94
Channels of Administration97
Ten Big Orifices99
Posology of Dosage101
Pharmacodynamics104
The Six Rasas (Tastes)105
Anupana (Vehicle)106
Chapter 6
Pancha-Vidha
Kashaya Kalpana
Yoni (Sources) of Kashay
kalpana
110
Swarasa (juice)111
Kalka (paste)111
Kwatha (decoction)112
Shita (cold infusion)112
Phanta (Infusion)113
Other Kalpanas113
Chapter 7
Churna
Churna
General Method of Preparation114
Characteristic and Preservation114
Some of the Commonly
Used Churna :
-Ashtanga lavana115
-Katphaladi115
-Gandhaka rasayana116
-Dashana Samskar116
-Dadimashtaka117
-Naracha117
-Panchakola117
-Panchanimba118
-Laghu Gangadhar119
-Vidangadi119
-Saraswata119
-Sitopaladi120
-Talisadi120
-Hingvashtak121
-Shivakshara pachan121
-Lavanabhaskar121
Validation of Ashwagandha
Churna
122
Kwath Churna
Characteristic and Preservation125
Some of the Commonly used
Kwath Churna :
-Gojihvadi126
-Trinapanchamula127
-Triphala127
-Dhanyapanchaka127
-Nimbadi127
-Pathyadi128
-Phalatrikadi128
-Mashabaladi129
-Rasnasaptaka129
-Varunadi129
-Shvasahara130
Standardisation of Kwath130
Standardisation of Dashamula
kashaya
132
Chapter 8
Vati & Guggulu
Vati or Gutika
Method of Preparation136
Characteristics136
Some of the Commonly
used Vati or Gutika :
-Abhaya137
-Arshoghni138
-Kutajaghana138
-Mahashankha138
-Mahagandhaka139
-Sarpagandhaghana140
-Sarvatobhadra140
-Chandraprabha141
-Prabhakar142
-Shukramatrika142
-Shulavajrini143
-Samshamani144
-Sukhavirechana144
-Billvadi144
-Rajahpravartini145
-Lavangadi145
-Lashunadi146
-Sanjivani146
-Arogyavardhini146
-Chitrakadi147
-Vyoshadi148
Guggulu
Method of Preparation148
Characteristics and
Preservations
149
Some of the Commonly
used Guggulu:
-Panchamrita lauha149
-Punarnava150
-Yogaraja150
-Kaishora151
-Simhanada152
-Triphala153
Studies and References on
Standardization of
Ayurvedic Tablets
153
Chapter 9
Sneha Kalpana
Ghrita murchhana158
Taila murchhana158
Ghrita
General Method of
Preparations
159
Characteristics and
Preservations
160
Some of the Commonly
used Ghrita:
-Kalyanaka160
-Triphala161
-Panchagavya162
-Panchatikta162
-Phala163
-Brahmi163
-Mahakalyanaka164
-Mahatiktaka165
-Arjuna166
-Sukumara167
-Changeri168
Taila
Characteristics and
Preservations
169
Some of the Commonly
used Taila:
-Shatapaki kshirabala170
-Pinda170
-Dashamula170
-Panchaguna171
-Anu172
-Mahanarayana173
-Bhringaraj175
-Kumkumadi176
-Sahacharadi177
-Karpasasthyadi178
-Kshirabala179
-Jatyadi179
Standardization of
Somarajee Taila
180
Standardization of
Karpuradi Taila
183
Chapter 10
Sandhana Kalpana
Asava and Arishta187
Method of preparation187
Characteristic and Preservation188
Some of the Commonly
used Asava and Arishtas:
-Punarnavadyarishta188
-Babbularishta189
-Ashokarishta190
-Dashamularishta190
-Kutajarishta192
-Khadirarishta193
-Parthadyarishta194
-Rohitakarishta194
-Saraswatarishta194
-Abhayarishta195
-Amritarishta196
-Ashwagandharishta197
-Drakshasava198
-Kumaryasava199
-Lauhasava200
-Vasakasava201
-Kanakasava201
-Chandanasava202
-Sarivadyasava203
Chapter 11
Avaleha
Method of Preparation204
Characteristic & Preservation205
Some of the Commonly
used Avaleha:
-Chyavanprash205
-Ashtangavaleha207
-Kalyanakavaleha207
-Vyaghriharitaki208
-Ashwagandhavaleha208
-Kantakaryavaleha209
-Bilvadileha209
-Vasavaleha210
-Madhusnuhi rasayan210
-Erandapaka211
-Saubhagyashunthi213
-Haridrakhanda214
Chapter 12
Sattva (Extracts)
Guduchi Sattva215
Extraction Methods215
Liquid Extraction Process216
Concentration Process217
Distillation/Extraction218
Cold Percolation219
Agitation/Distillation219
Super Critical Fluid Extraction220
CO2 Extraction220
Extracts Quality Control
Methods
Analytical methods223
Extract Drying Process224
Adding Excipients225
Freeze-drying Process225
Herbal Oil Extracts225
Chapter 13
Mishra Kalpana
Arka228
-Pudinarka229
-Yavanyarka229
Lepa229
-Dashanga lepa230
-Rasnadi churna lepa231
-Shothaghna lepa231
Upanah Kalpana232
Lavan Kalpana232
Masi Kalpana232
Anjan, Varti and Netra-bindu233
Anna Kalpana233
-Yusha233
-Yavagu234
-Mamsa rasa235
-Veshavara235
-Panaka235
Takra235
Kanjika236
Ksheer paka236
Extraction of Medicinal
Principles with milk
236
Other Kalpanas of Sushruta238
Herbal Contraceptive242
Essential Oils244
Essential Oils with their Uses249
Chapter 14
Poisons as Medicine
Poisonous Plants as Medicine256
Purification of Poisonous
Plants
257
Details about some
Visha Dravya
258
-Vatsanabha258
-Vishatinduka259
-Jayapala261
-Dhatura261
-Bhanga262
-Bhallataka263
-Gunja264
Effect of Purification on
the Toxicity of Abrus
precatorius
264
Rasa-Uparas Poisoning266
Scheduling of Drugs &
Poisons in Australia
268
Chapter 15
Heavy Metals and
Contamination
Heavy Metals and
Environment
273
Metals in the Environment274
-Mercury274
-Cadmium275
-Lead276
-Selenium276
Surrounding environment
influences metal uptake
277
Metals can transfer and
accumulate in the body
277
Trace Element Analysis of
Some Copper Containing
Herbs
279
Drug Toxicity280
Chemicals for the Betterment
of Herbs
282
Chapter 16
Rasashastra
Rasa yoga287
Parpati287
Kupipakva287
Lauha288
Bhasma288
Standardisation of
Praval Bhasma
289
Chapter 17
Medicinal Herbs as Cosmetics
Common Herbs used as
Cosmetics
294
Skin Care294
Care of Eyes298
Hair Care299
Chapter 18
Good Manufacturing Practice
(GMP) in Pharmacentical
Production
GMP Requirements:
At a Glance
304
Schedule-T
(GMP for ISM Drugs)
308
GMP Practices:
-Infrastructural Requirements310
-Working Space314
-Storage Area316
-Machinery and Equipments316
-Health and Hygiene317
-Documentation and Records318
Labeling, Packing and Limit
of Alcohol in Ayurvedic or
Unani Drugs
319
Capsules and Tablets321
Encapsulation Technology321
Capsule Functions322
Capsule Contents323
Proper Humidity Control323
Standard Operating
Procedures (SOPs)
324
Standardization
-Phytochemical Section326
-Microbiological Section326
-Recommended Procedures327
-Preparation of Samples327
-Apparatus328
-Method328
ISO Standardisation330
Patenting331
Non-provisional Utility Patent333
Application data sheet335
Title of invention336
Claim339
Declaration340
USPTO Receipt 342
Requirements344
Patent & Trade mark
depository library program
354
Chapter 19
Ayurvedic Remedies for
Common Diseases
Women's Diseases
Leucorrhoea355
Uterine Fibroids355
Ovarian Cysts356
Menopausal Syndrome356
Sterility357
Men's Diseases
Infertility357
Erectile Dysfunction358
Premature Ejaculation359
Prostate Enlargement359
Child's Diseases
Abdominal pain360
Acute Diarrhoea361
Allergies361
Nephrotic Syndrome361
Common Disease
Hepatitis362
Psoriasis363
Ulcerative Colitis364
Depression365
Parkinson's Disease366
Thyroid Dysfunction367
Obesity369
Diabetes Mellitus369
Heart Disease370
Osteoarthritis371
Hyperacidity371
Word Index373


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