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  • 1. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake)Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 2. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake)Introduction • Success in Medical practice depends upon, 4 factors viz. Patient, Physician, Assistant & Medicine • The Medicinal action differ by – – Selected Medicine – Route selection – Type of administration – Time of administration • Present context is with the time of drug administration in Medicinal Intake • The intake could be of many ways – ingestion, inhalation, consumption, uptake, inletting, etc. Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 3. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Chikitsa Chatushpada • For the successful management of a disease – we require 4 factors, viz. Physician (Bhishak), Medicine (Dravya), Assistant (Upastata) & Patient (Rogi) • Even though rest of 3 are suitable – with out proper mediciene – they become Incomplete & Incompatible • The best medicine bears the qualities of – Abundance (Bahuta), Disease targeted (Yogyatwam), Available in multiple forms (Anekavidhakalpana) & Best quality (Sampat)Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 4. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) • BD and TDS are the western method but not the Ayurvedic • Ayurveda prescribes the medicine carefully looking at Agni, Rutu, Aharakala and many more • The triads made in Chikitsa Chatushpada – a ad hp – Physician- Medicine – Patient = direct tus medication method = prescription ha – Physician- Patient – Assistant = C tsa procedural method = Panchakarma iki – Physician- Medicine – Assistant = remote Ch medication method = Radio treatment – All these three methods yield successful management of diseasesDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 5. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Aushadha - Medicine • Medicine is defined as - something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease • A medicine or Procedure that subsides one and develops another is not the best. Always we have to select such medicine or procedure which doesn’t aggravate a diseases with suppressing the disease for which it is used. AH Su 13/16 • Aushadha is a synonym of Chikitsa (Treatment) defines as – developed from herbs to be good in a disease state based upon the symptoms – Cha Chi 1-1/3 • The Bheshaja Aushadha is of two types – Swasta Aushadha (Rasayana, Vajikarana) & Atura Aushadha (Rogaharam)Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 6. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Kaala • Kaala vitiates the Dosha and heals with it in due course • Kaalakrita Bala is classified as Rutu vibhagajam (Adana-Visarga) & Vayahkritam - Ch Su 11/37 • MüÉsÉÉãÌWû pÉaÉuÉÉlÉç • MüÉsÉÇ mÉÑlÉ: mÉËUhÉÉqÉ EcrÉiÉã – cÉ xÉÔ 11/42 • Kaala is Divine (represents the GOD) – it is also said as the transformation • The Transformation in the sense - from Health to Disease and vice versaDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 7. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake)• Medicinal Intake methods are Typology mainly two – – 1)taken by patient – 2)given by physician• Many Authors explained Medicinal Intake methods are – – 6 types by Charaka [ChaChi 30/293-307] – 5 types by Sharngadhara [SS 1- 2/2-3] – 10 types by Susruta [Su Ut 64/56-64], – 10 types by Vagbhata (AH) [AH Su 13/37-41] – 11 types by Astanga Sangraha [AS Su 23/13] Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 8. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Charaka – Typology• Charaka described 6 Types of Medicinal intake methods, but generally considered Aushadha Sub-category as Aushadhakala [Cha Chi 30/293-307]1. Dina Kaala (day time)2. Atura Kaala (patient oriented time)3. Aushadha Kaala (medicinal time)4. Vyadhi kaala (Disease times)5. Jeerna Kaala (Digested state)6. Rutu kaala (seasonal times) Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 9. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Charaka – Typology :: Dina Kaala (day time) Brahmi * Nasya • Dina Kaala is practiced for the Muhurta procedurals medicinal intake rather than Akshi Tarpana4 AM oral route – they are Abhyanga,6 AM – Pratah [4-6AM] – morning = Akshitarpana sweda etc Bahyakarma – Poorvahna [6AM-11AM] – before afternoon = Vamana, Virechana, Niroohavasti (SuChi38/3) Vamana, Virechana, – Madhyahna [12-1PM] – at Noon (after meals)11AM = Anuvasana vasti Nirooha 12 vasti – Sayam [6-8PM] – evening = Akshitarpana,NOON Niroohavasti (SuChi38/3)1PM Anuvasana Vasti – Muhurmuhu [Any time] – repeated times = Nasya (SuChi40/50, AHSu 20/28-29)6 PM Nirooha Vasti • It is preferred and prescribed in Ayurveda to practice Abhyanga after the bath &8 PM Akshi Tarpana Niruhavasi after the digestion of food Nishi Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 10. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Charaka – Typology :: Atura Kaala (patient oriented time) Brahmi Muhurta This selection time is based upon4 AM the strength of the patient in6 AM relation with food Balavan = Pratah - – the strong (Bala) patient is11AM Abhojana advised medicine before food in 12 the Pratah (Morning)NOON1PM – the weak (Durbala) patient Durbala – Ahara advised medicine with food6 PM Pravicha (Ahara Pravicharana) – it is rana8 PM practiced twice with Nishi Bhojanakaala Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 11. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Charaka – Typology :: Aushadha Kaala (medicinal time)1 Brahmi Muhurta • All the 10 are said in relation with food4 AM only 1. Bhakta Samyuktam (Medicine cooked with6 AM food) 2. Diva Bhakta adi (at starting day food course) @11 AM 3. Grasa (with bolus) 4. Samudga (Medicine in between food) 12NOON 5. Grasantara (in between bolus) 6. Bhakata madhya (at middle of food course) @1 PM 7. Diva Bhakta Paschat (after food course in day) @5 PM 8. Ratri Bhakta adi (at starting night food course)6 PM 9. Ratri Bhakta Paschat (after food course in @7 PM night)8 PM 10. Muhurmuhu (Repeatedly) Nishi Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 12. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake)Charaka – Typology :: Aushadha Kaala (medicinal time)2 Brahmi Muhurta • Here Charaka followed 5 Vata classification4 AM in relation to meals – not specified whether6 AM it is in the day or night 1. Pratah (on empty stomach) for Vyanavata vitiation 2. Bhojana Poorvam (Before Food) for Apanavata 12 vitiationNOON 3. Bhojana Madhyam (in the middle of meals) for Samanavata vitiation 4. Bhojanantara (after meals) for Udanavata vitiation 5. Grasa-Grasa (with every bolus) for Pranavata6 PM vitiation8 PM Nishi Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 13. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake)Charaka – Typology :: Vyadhi kaala (Disease times) • Vydhi avasta to determine is difficult – but to say its genesis & relation to time is easy • Disease genesis is based upon 4 – viz. Dina (Day), Ratri (Night), Vayah (Age) & Bhojana kaala (Food time) – from beginning to the end as Kapah (Adi) – Pitta (Madhya) – Vata (Antya) • Sequential presentation of medicines and foods as in Jwara – Peya – Kashaya – Ksheera – Ghrita - Virechana Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 14. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Vayah Kapha Pitta Vata Vardhakya Vata Yavana Pitta Kapha Kapha Kapha Balya Kapha Vata Vata Pitta Pitta Vata PittaMuhurta Brahmi Nishi 4 AM 6 AM 12 NOON 6 PM 8 PM Dina Bhojana Ratri Bhojana 4 AM Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 15. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake)6 Fold 12 Factors of Ashana Pravichara [SuUt64/56-64] • Looking at the mere time and Dosha is not sufficient to get disease pacified • We require Ashana Pravichara along with medicine to fortify the medicinal effect – Susruta suggest 6 fold 12 variant Food eating methods – 1) Sheeta / Ushna – 2) Snigdha / Rooksha – 3) Drava / Shushka – 4) Ekakalika / dwikalika – 5) Yukatamatra / Heena dosha – 6) Dosha prashamana / Vutyardham (Shareera Vruddhi) Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 16. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Sheeta / Ushna • Sheeta Ahara / Aushadha is given for the patients who has – Trushna (thirst), Daha arta (burning sensation), Ushna (hot), Mada (alcoholic), Visha (toxic), Raktapitta (bleeding), Moorcha (unconscious), Sukra ksheena (oligozospermia), etc • Ushna Ahara / Aushadha is given for – in Sneha pana (fatty consumers), Virikta (after purgation), Kapha & Vata diseases, Praklinna deha (watery body), etcDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 17. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Snigdha / Rooksha • Snigdha (unctuous) Ahara / Aushadha is given for – vata disease, Rooksha (dry body), Vyayami (athlete), Vyavaya soshi (weak after sex), etc • Rooksha (un-unctuous) Ahara / Aushadha is given for – Medaska (fatty), Sthoola (obese), Meha (diabetic), Kapha deha (Kapha body type), etcDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 18. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Drava / Shushka • Drava (fluid) Ahara / Aushadha is given for – Pipasa (thirsty), Sushka (dry body), Durbala (weak), etc • Snigdha (dry) Ahara / Aushadha is given for – praklinna deha (sweating body – usually diabetic), Vrani (wounded), etcDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 19. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Ekakalika / dwikalika • Ekakalika (once in day) Ahara / Aushadha is given for – durbalagni [people with poor digestion] – it makes the kindling of the digestive fire • Dwikalika (twice in day) Ahara / Aushadha is given for – samana [people with good digestion]Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 20. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Yukatamatra / Heena dosha • Yukatamatra (full dose) Ahara / Aushadha is given for – Aushadha dweshi (patient who doesn’t like the medicine), etc • Heena dosha (small dose) Ahara / Aushadha is given for – mandagni (poor digestion patient), etcDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 21. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Dosha prashamana / Vutyardham (Shareera Vruddhi) • Dosha prashamana (dosha pacification) Ahara / Aushadha is given for – according to Ritu (season) and Dosha to subside the Dosha • Vutyardham (body building) Ahara / Aushadha is given for – swastha (healthy) by all means of combinations and permutationsDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 22. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Charaka – Typology :: Jeerna Kaala (digested state) • Charaka expressed that – the digested state is identified after the food consumption • Proper hunger, normal evacuation of urine & Stools, lightness in the body, belching with out the consummated food flavors are the symptoms of proper digested state. • Another point of view to consider - Each and every disease after a stipulated time, when the pathogenesis is not reversed – it become Jeerna Vyadhi and the symptoms expressed are “Jeerna Linga” • Even though – a thorough study over delayed symptoms are not done well – witnessing the exhibited disease delayed symptoms – the time-plan is executedDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 23. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake)Charaka – Typology :: Rutu kaala (seasonal times) • Here the Dosha in relation to the season is considered • Vasanta Adyam for Kapha • Sharat Madyam for Pitta • Varsha Antyam for Vata • Mainly these time are used for elimination of Dosha, to act prophylactic and kindling the Agni – medicaments are supplemented Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 24. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Sharngadhara – Typology• Sharngdhara described 5 Types of Medicinal intake methods 1. Suryodaya Kaala (Sun rise time) 2. Divasa Bhojana Kaala (Day meal time) 3. Sayam Bhajana Kaala (Evening meal time) 4. Muhurmuhu kaala (Repeated times) 5. Nishi Kaala (Bed time)• They are much related with Dina Kaala in relation with Dosha & food intake• He didn’t considered the Rutu, Patient, Vyadhi linga & Jeerna kala as Charaka• But – focused in a way where Vata, Kalpana, Agni and 2 Upakrama (Brimahana / Langhana) Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 25. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Sharngadhara – Typology Suryodaya Kaala (Sun rise time) • At Sun rise usually the stomach is empty • The time is of Kapha in the morning • For Pitta-Kapha Dosha udrikta • For “Lekhana” Upakrama • For Vamana & VIrechana Panchakarma • Sharngadhara say – usually for any ailment the “Morning” is the best to give medicine – especially Kashaya, Kalka, Phanta, Swarasa are given in the MorningDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 26. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Sharngadhara – Typology Divasa Bhojana Kaala (Day meal time)• 2nd schedule of medicine offered by Sharngadhara is mid- day meals• Here he give importance for Agni and Samanavata i.e. almost all GIT problems are considered• He sub-classifies the schedule as – Adi (start), Madhya (middle), Anantara (after) & Poorvapara (before & after) – Adi (start) = Apanavata to regulate & in Aruchi – Madhya (middle) = Samanavata to regulate & in Agnimandya – Anantara (after) = Vyanavata to regulate – Poorvapara (before & after) = Pranavata to regulate & in Hikka and Akshepaka Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 27. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Sharngadhara – Typology Sayam Bhajana Kaala (Evening meal time) • 3rd Aushadhakaala of Sharngdhara describes at Night (Evening) meals • For Udanavata to subside & in Swarabhanga, etc. or Kanthagata vyadhi – Grasa or Grasantara Aushadha is given • For Pranavata to subside & Hrudaya vyadhi – sayam bhojana anantara aushadha is givenDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 28. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Sharngadhara – Typology Muhurmuhu kaala (Repeated times) • 4th Aushadhakala is meant for the diseases where medicine is required repeatedly – • Trishna (thirst – fluid lose), Chardi (vomiting), Hikka (hiccups), Shwasa (dyspnoea), Gada (toxic conditions), etc. are in need of repeated medication • The medicinal bath (external) and internal uptake are indicatedDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 29. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Sharngadhara – Typology Nishi Kaala (Bed time) • 5th medicinal intake time is night at bedtime • Here in Ananna (with out food) or to consider at least 3-4 hours after light food consumption – – For all the ailments of Head i.e. ENT & Eye – For Lekhana (tissue removal – reduces dosha) or Brimahana (tissue building) procedures – For Ama pachana – For Dosha / Vyadhi suppression (Shamana) managementDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 30. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Time line of Sharngadhara Poorva-Param Paschat [Pranavata] [Vyanavata] Paschat Poorvaam Madhyam {Pranavata] Kabalantara [Apanavata] [Samanavata] [Udanavata} Suryodaye Divasa-Bhojana Sayam-Bhojana [Pitta-Kapha] [Agni Chikitsa] BrahmiMuhurta 7PM 4 AM 6 AM 7AM 12 NOON 2PM 6 PM 8 PM 10 PM Nishi Muhurmuhu [Lekhana Snana/Bheshaja Brimhana Jatrurdhwa] Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 31. Sevana kala Sangraha Hridaya Charaka Susruta Sharnghadhar Abhaktha + + + + Suryodaya Praghbaktha +  +  D  N + DB  PP1Madhyabhaktha + + + +  + Adhobhakta + +  D  N + DB  PP2 SB Sabhaktha + + + + Antarbhaktha + ‐ ‐ + Samudhga + + + + Muhurmuhu +  + + + + Sagrasa +  + + + Grasantara +  +  + + SB Nishi + + ‐ ‐ + 11 10 10 10 10DB = Divasa Bhojana, SB= Sayam Bhojana, PP = Poorvapara, D= Day, N= Night, Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 32. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) 1) Abhakta अभक्त ं् • तऽाअभक्त नाम ् कवलं औषध्म ् I Ast.san.su.23/13 ं े • Abhakta – Nirbhakta – Pratah – Suryodaye – Ananna are equal meaning • The medicine on empty stomach or without food at early morning is called Abhakta consists mere medicine (no additives) • It impose strength to medicine to act faster & sooner • Avoid Children, aged, Ladies and weak constitutions to protect the body strengthDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 33. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) 2) Pragbhakta ूग्भक्तम ् • ूाग्भक्त नाम ् यदनन्तरभक्त I Ast.san.su.23/14 ं ं • Pragbhakta – Annadau – Divasa bhojana poorvam – sayam bhojana poorvam relay same meaning as before to start food course • The medicine given at this time digest fast and imparts strength to the body – • It is specifically used for week bodied children, Aged, Ladies, chronic patients, etc. • As immediately food is consumed – no untoward actions such as watering, burning or bitter tongueDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 34. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) 3) Madhyabhakta मध्यभक्त • मध्यभक्त मध्ये भक्तःयI Ast.san.su.23/15 ं • Madhyabhakta – Annamadhyam – Bhojana madhyam – are similar to relay meaning of in the middle of the food course • It subsides the – middle part of the body disease (rather to understand as – kosta gata vyadhi or abdominal diseases)Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 35. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) 4) Adhobhakta अधोभक्तम ् • अधोभक्तम ् भक्ताद्नतरम ् I Ast.san.su.23/16 • Adhobhaktam – Bhaktanantaram – Annante – are after the completion of food • The medicine given after food subsides the diseases of upper body i.e. Head and upper trunk (chest)Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 36. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) 5) Sabhakta सभक्त ं • सभक्त यधन्नेन सम ् सिधतं पश्चाद्वा ं समालोिडतम ् I Ast.san.su.23/17 • Sabhakta / Sannaushadha / bhakta samyuktam is medicine along with food given for all (women & men) • Especially people who doesn’t like the medicine to have is added with food while cooking and servedDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 37. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) 6) Samudga समुद्गं • समुद्गं यदादावन्ते I Ast.san.su.23/19 • Samudgam- bhojana poorvapara aushadham – where medicine is given before and after the food course • It pacifies the diseases of upper and lower bodyDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 38. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) 7) Muhurmuhu मुहुमहु: ुर् • मुहुमुहुःतु पुन: पुन: भुक्त वा I र् ् ् े Ast.san.su.23/20 • Muhurmuhu means – medicine is given many times according to the need in smaller quantity • Commonly such medicine is advocated in Swasa (dyspnoea), Hiccups and Vomiting, etcDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 39. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) 8) Grasa समसा • समास यद्मसःम्ूुक्तम ् I Ast.san.su.23/21 • Sagrasa – Kabala – Grasa are equal meaning of along with each bolus • The medicine given at this time gets vipaka faster to act on disease • This time of medication is best for children and agedDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 40. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) 9) Grasantara मसान्तरा • मासन्तर ् यद्मससयोमािसयोमध्ये I Ast.san.su.23/21 • Grasantara – Kabalantara is the distribution of medicine in between two bolus • In this either medicine like Avaleha or vamaka dhooma (emetic fumigations) are induced in shwasa (dyspnoea)Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 41. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) 10) Nishi िनिश • जऽुध्वर्मयेषु तु िनशयाम ् I Ast.san.su.23/21 • Nishi is night before to bed • The medication given at this time heals the above clavicle disease – viz. ENT, Eye, etc and increases the vigour • Mild laxatives or carminatives can be given at this time • Sharngdhara adds Brimhana, Lekhana, Pachan, and Shamana medicines can be given before going to bedDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 42. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) 11) Antarabhakta • अन्तराभक्त नाम - ं यदन्तरा पीयते पूवार्परयोभर्क्तयोः | Su Ut.64/83 • Antarabhakata told by Susruta as medicine to distribute in between two meals i.e. approximately at 3-4 PM • It imports the psychological strength and good for cardiac diseases. It increases the gastric function also.Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 43. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Sleep & Fasting • Neither the Small quantity of medicine or huge is not capable of neutralizing the pathology - • AÉkÉïUÉåaÉWûUÏ ÌlÉSìÉ xÉuÉïUÉåaÉWûUÏ ¤ÉÑjÉÉ || • Sleep removes half of the disease and the fasting can even the entire • sÉÇZÉhÉqÉç mÉUqÉÉæwÉkÉqÉç || • In other words – as the fasting is the best medicine • Apart form all above . . . .Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 44. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake)Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 45. Aushadha Sevana (Applied Medicinal Intake) Conclusion • Ayurveda scientist have told after a long research with commitment to heal the ailment – • Many medicinal administration methods along with a specified directional action of medicine at a specified time intake • Keeping circadian rhythms and equals of serotonin & melatonin axis in mind the medicinal intake methods are planned . . . • . . . is a great contribution to the MankindDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  • 46. Aushadha Sevana technoayurveda@gmail.com THANK YOU It’s Technoayurveda International Presentation By Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad Of . . . http://technoayurveda.wordpress.comDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/