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AYURVEDABy Dr.U.Srinivasa,D.Pharm., M.Pharm., M.Phil.,Ph.D
AYURVEDAAyurveda is the dominant herbal tradition inIndia. It still enjoys the faith of a large numberof people of our co...
Definition• The term “ Ayurveda” is derived from twoSanskrit words , Ayur and Veda .• Ayur means life and Veda means knowl...
• Ayurveda incorporates science, religion andphilosophy in it.• Besides, dealing with principles formaintenance of health ...
Principle• The principle of Ayurveda is based on theconcept of five basic elements and tridoshas.According to Ayurveda, th...
• The whole universe includes the materialworld, plant kingdom and all other livingbeings. In other words ,these five elem...
• There is a balanced condensation of theseelements in different proportions to suit theneeds and requirements of differen...
• The health or sickness depends on thepresence or absence of a balanced state ofthe total body matrix including the balan...
• Ether is non resistance, it is located in hebody cavities like mouth, thorax, abdomen,lung cavity, digestive tract.• Air...
• Fire concerned to radiation, it manifestsdigestion, metabolism, temperature, visionand intelligence.• Water is related t...
• Earth is concerned to resistance andsolidarity. They manifests skin, nails, hairs andbones.• These elements manifest in ...
TRIDOSHAS• The five elements combine to form “ Tri Doshas”i.e Vata, Pitta, and Kappha. They are the “ BasicForces ’’ and a...
• According to the Ayurveda , sickness is due tothe imbalance of any one or more of thethree doshas.• Eg Aggravation of Pi...
Factors• Factors responsible for imbalance of doshasare physical, mental, spiritual andenvironmental may contribute for th...
Diagnosis• In Ayurveda diagnosis is always done of thepatient as whole.• Diagnosis is carried out to find out whichdosha i...
Treatment• The importance of treatment is to restore thebalance and harmony of doshas with properdiet and drugs• Selection...
RASA• Rasa indicates the composition, properties andand probable action of the drugs . There are sixtastes. Each taste has...
• Sour - (Water and fire) – Pitta increases –stimulates enzymes• Saline- (Fire and earth)- Pitta increases• Bitter - (Air ...
VIRYA• On the basis of Virya, the drugs are classifiedinto hot and cold drugs• Hot (Ushna) drugs – Aggravates pitta andpac...
Vipaka• Food and medicine undergoes variouschanges during digestion (metabolism). Thetaste after digestion is known as vip...
• Sweet – Aggravates kapha and alleviatespitta and vatha• Sour – Aggravates pitha and alleviateskapha and vatha• Pungent –...
INTRODUCTION• There are so many alternative ways oftreatment in whole world other thanallopathy, which serve humanity for ...
DEFINATION• ‘‘Those pathies which are widely used for thetreatment of diseases in very natural wayother than allopathy is ...
• The process of treatment of these alternativemedicine includes ancient types of procedure,have there unique features, un...
IN INDIA• There are some pathies of alternative medicinewhich are widely used for treatment now a days• include:-• 1. Ayur...
HOMEOPATHY SYSTEM OF MEDICINE• Homeopathy is relatively a recent system ofmedicine. The word “ Homeopathy” isderived from ...
• Homeopathy simply means treating diseaseswith remedies, prescribed in minute doses,which are capable of producing sympto...
ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT• Homoeopathy is a system of medicaltreatment introduced by Dr.ChristianFriedrich Samual Hahnenann, ...
DIFINATION & MEANNING• Homoeopathy is a system of treatment(branch of medical science) works on theprinciple of ‘‘Similia ...
ABOUT THE FOUNDER DR.HAHNEMANNThe Founder of homoeopathy was born on10thApril, 1755 at Meissen in saxony ofGermany.He was ...
DISCOVERY OF HOMOEOPATHY• Because some dissatisfaction on that timeabout there practicing way of treatment i.e.allopathy, ...
• In 1790, when Hahnemann was engaged intranslating Cullen’s materia medica hisattention was arrested by the remark ofauth...
• He was attacked by symptoms very similar tomalarial fever. This unexpected result set upin his mind a new train of thoug...
• He found that in the healthy persons themedicine produce symptoms very similar towhat they cure in diseases individuals....
FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPAL OF HOMOEOPATHY• 1. Law of Similia• 2. Law of Simplex• 3. Law of Minimum• 4. Doctrine of Drug proving...
Principle• The cause of the disease itself can be itstreatment i.e. Law of similar. This is the basicprinciple of homeopat...
• Miasms are of three types• Psora• Psychosis• Syphilis• These exist in a suppressed or sleeping state ina person. As long...
• If any one of them stimulated , then theperson loses his resistance power and suffersfrom diseases related to it. Theref...
Discovery of drugs• The drugs are discovered by testing onhumans but not on animals . A drug isadministered on healthy per...
Treatment• The treatment is based on he concept ofproving and prover• Prover – The healthy person• Proving – The symptoms ...
• For the treatment , the symptoms of the drugare compared with the symptoms of thepatient. In other words the selection o...
• The Unani System of Medicine has a long andimpressive record in India.• It was introduced in India by the Arabs andPersi...
Origin & Development of Unani System• Unani system originated in Greece• Hakim Ajmal Khan IS UNANI physician butalso one o...
• Today the Unani system of medicine withhospitals and educational and researchinstitutions, forms an integral part of the...
• Principles & Concepts• According to the basic principles of Unani thebody is made up of the four basic elements i.eearth...
• The body has the simple and compoundorgans which got their nourishment ( Thesubstances necessary for growth, health, and...
• The humour (put into a good mood) is alsoassigned temperament as blood is hot andwet, Phlegm is cold and hot, Yellow bil...
• Phlegm is cold and hot ( Thick, sticky, stringymucus secreted by the mucous membrane ofthe respiratory tract, as during ...
• Black bile is cold and dry• (a humor that was once believed to besecreted by the kidneys or spleen and tocause sadness)
• Unani medicine believes in promotion ofhealth, prevention of diseases and cure.• Health of human is based on the six ess...
• The human body is considered to be madeup of the following seven components are:• i. Elements (Arkan)• ii. Temperament (...
Elements (Arkan)• The human body contains four elements.(earth ,air, water, fire)• Each of the four elements has its ownte...
Temperament (Mizaj)• In the Unani system, the temperament of theindividual is very important as it is consideredto be uniq...
Humors (Akhlat)• Humours are those moist and fluid parts of thebody which are produced after transformationand metabolism ...
• The humors are responsible for maintainingmoisture of different organs of the body andalso provide nutrition to the body.
Organs (Aaza)• These are the various organs of the humanbody. The health or disease of eachindividual organ affects the st...
Spirits (Arwah)• Ruh (Spirit) is a gaseous substance, obtainedfrom the inspired air, it helps in all themetabolic activiti...
• These are the carriers of different powers,which make the whole body system and itsparts functional.
Faculties (Quwa)• These are of three kinds:• Natural power (Quwa Tabiyah)• Natural power is the power of metabolism andrep...
• Nutrition comes from the food and is carriedto all parts of the body, while growth poweris responsible for the construct...
• Psychic power refers to nervous and psychicpower. It is located in side the brain and isresponsible for perceptive and m...
• Vital power (Quwa Haywaniyah)• Vital power is responsible for maintaining lifeand enables all the organs to accept theef...
Functions (Afaal)• This component refers to the movements andfunctions of all the organs of the body.• In case of a health...
Diagnosis• The Diagnostic process in Unani system isdependent on observation and physicalexamination.• Diagnosis involves ...
• The ten conditions of pulse observed duringthe diagnosis are:• i. Quantity• ii. Force• iii. Duration of movement• iv. Co...
• vi. Duration of the rest period• vii. Palpitation of the pulse• viii. Equality and inequality• ix. Balance of the pulse•...
• Physical examination• Is carried out by the diagnosis of urinogenitaldisorders, pathogenesis of blood and otherhumors, m...
• The examination of stool, its colour, quantity,consistency and the presence of foreign body helpvery much in the diagnos...
Strenght of Unani• Unani system of Medicine has veryremarkable strength in the followingdisorders:• Skin disorders• Digest...
Ayurveda ,homeopathy, unani medicine by Dr.U.Srinivasa, Professor and Head, Srinivas college of pharmacy, Mangalore
Ayurveda ,homeopathy, unani medicine by Dr.U.Srinivasa, Professor and Head, Srinivas college of pharmacy, Mangalore
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Ayurveda ,homeopathy, unani medicine by Dr.U.Srinivasa, Professor and Head, Srinivas college of pharmacy, Mangalore

  1. 1. AYURVEDABy Dr.U.Srinivasa,D.Pharm., M.Pharm., M.Phil.,Ph.D
  2. 2. AYURVEDAAyurveda is the dominant herbal tradition inIndia. It still enjoys the faith of a large numberof people of our country though it is perhaps ,the oldest system of healing in the world.It is encouraged in many countries like Japan,Germany etc
  3. 3. Definition• The term “ Ayurveda” is derived from twoSanskrit words , Ayur and Veda .• Ayur means life and Veda means knowledgeor science.• Therefore Ayurveda means science of life orway of life.
  4. 4. • Ayurveda incorporates science, religion andphilosophy in it.• Besides, dealing with principles formaintenance of health , it as also developed awide range therapeutic measures to combatillness.
  5. 5. Principle• The principle of Ayurveda is based on theconcept of five basic elements and tridoshas.According to Ayurveda, the whole universemade up of five basic elements ( Panchamahabuthas)
  6. 6. • The whole universe includes the materialworld, plant kingdom and all other livingbeings. In other words ,these five elementstogether form the basis of all matter. The fiveelements are – Akasha (ether), Vayu ( air),Agni (fire), Jala (water), Prithvi (earth)
  7. 7. • There is a balanced condensation of theseelements in different proportions to suit theneeds and requirements of differentstructures and functions of the body matrixand its parts. The growth and developmentof body matrix depends on its nutrition i.e..on food. The food, in turn, is composed ofabove elements.
  8. 8. • The health or sickness depends on thepresence or absence of a balanced state ofthe total body matrix including the balancebetween its different constituents .• The properties , location and manifestationsof these elements are as follows
  9. 9. • Ether is non resistance, it is located in hebody cavities like mouth, thorax, abdomen,lung cavity, digestive tract.• Air is related to movements, vibrations andoscillations. They manifests movement ofmuscles, pulsation of heart, expansion andcontraction of lungs, functioning of digestiveand nervous systems.
  10. 10. • Fire concerned to radiation, it manifestsdigestion, metabolism, temperature, visionand intelligence.• Water is related to force and cohesion.Located in cytoplasm, blood, salivary glands,gastric juice.
  11. 11. • Earth is concerned to resistance andsolidarity. They manifests skin, nails, hairs andbones.• These elements manifest in the functioning ofour scenes.• They are also closely related to our ability toperceive and interact with environment.
  12. 12. TRIDOSHAS• The five elements combine to form “ Tri Doshas”i.e Vata, Pitta, and Kappha. They are the “ BasicForces ’’ and also known as the “ Pillars of Life”• Vata (Air principle) the elements ether and air• Pitta (Fire principle) the elements fire and water• Kapha ( Water principle) the elements earth andwater
  13. 13. • According to the Ayurveda , sickness is due tothe imbalance of any one or more of thethree doshas.• Eg Aggravation of Pitta leads to indigestion,skin diseases and liver problems.
  14. 14. Factors• Factors responsible for imbalance of doshasare physical, mental, spiritual andenvironmental may contribute for theimbalance of doshas
  15. 15. Diagnosis• In Ayurveda diagnosis is always done of thepatient as whole.• Diagnosis is carried out to find out whichdosha is aggravated. For his purpose , nadi(Pulse),tongue , skin, physical features, stool,urine etc are examined.
  16. 16. Treatment• The importance of treatment is to restore thebalance and harmony of doshas with properdiet and drugs• Selection of the drugs –• Based upon 1. Rasa (Taste), 2. Virya(Potency) and Vipaka (Taste after digestion)
  17. 17. RASA• Rasa indicates the composition, properties andand probable action of the drugs . There are sixtastes. Each taste has one or more mahabuthas(elements) and each taste has its own influence ondoshas.• Eg Sweet ( earth and water) , influences on doshas– Kapha increases, vata and pitta deceases andpromote antibiotic activities
  18. 18. • Sour - (Water and fire) – Pitta increases –stimulates enzymes• Saline- (Fire and earth)- Pitta increases• Bitter - (Air and fire) – Pitta increases• Pungent- (Air and ether)- Kapha and pittadecreases• Astringent- (Air and earth)- Pitta decreasesand vatta increases
  19. 19. VIRYA• On the basis of Virya, the drugs are classifiedinto hot and cold drugs• Hot (Ushna) drugs – Aggravates pitta andpacifies vata and kapha, garlic, drumstick• Cold (Sita) drugs – Aggravates kapha andvatta and pacifies pitta , Jeera, amla
  20. 20. Vipaka• Food and medicine undergoes variouschanges during digestion (metabolism). Thetaste after digestion is known as vipaka. Thethree tastes described under vipaka, sweet,sour and pungent.
  21. 21. • Sweet – Aggravates kapha and alleviatespitta and vatha• Sour – Aggravates pitha and alleviateskapha and vatha• Pungent – Aggravates vatha and alleviateskapha
  22. 22. INTRODUCTION• There are so many alternative ways oftreatment in whole world other thanallopathy, which serve humanity for curingdiseases & ailments that comes under thealternative system of health care .
  23. 23. DEFINATION• ‘‘Those pathies which are widely used for thetreatment of diseases in very natural wayother than allopathy is known as alternativemedicine of treatment’’
  24. 24. • The process of treatment of these alternativemedicine includes ancient types of procedure,have there unique features, unique ways oftreatment of different diseases, uniqueprinciples & laws which they follow & alsounique medicine, those totally different fromallopathic medicine.
  25. 25. IN INDIA• There are some pathies of alternative medicinewhich are widely used for treatment now a days• include:-• 1. Ayurvedic• 2. Homoeopathy• 3. Unani• 4. Yoga• 5. Sujok• 6. Siddha• 7. Naturopathy• 8. Acupressure & Acupuncture.
  26. 26. HOMEOPATHY SYSTEM OF MEDICINE• Homeopathy is relatively a recent system ofmedicine. The word “ Homeopathy” isderived from two Greek words ,• Homois meaning similar and pathos meaningsuffering.
  27. 27. • Homeopathy simply means treating diseaseswith remedies, prescribed in minute doses,which are capable of producing symptomssimilar to the disease when they taken by thehealthy people. It is based on the natural lawof healing. “Similia Similibus Curantur ” whichmeans “Likes are cured by likes”
  28. 28. ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT• Homoeopathy is a system of medicaltreatment introduced by Dr.ChristianFriedrich Samual Hahnenann, a Germanphysician. he had spread a long and usefullife of 88 years during which he benefited thesuffering humanity immense by introducingthis new system of medicine.
  29. 29. DIFINATION & MEANNING• Homoeopathy is a system of treatment(branch of medical science) works on theprinciple of ‘‘Similia similibus curenter’’.• Means like cures like , further explanation isthat patient & medicine symptoms aresimilar, it also called LAW OF SIMILA
  30. 30. ABOUT THE FOUNDER DR.HAHNEMANNThe Founder of homoeopathy was born on10thApril, 1755 at Meissen in saxony ofGermany.He was basically a M.D Medicine allopathicdoctor who turned in to Homoeopath.He Died on 2ndjuly 1843.
  31. 31. DISCOVERY OF HOMOEOPATHY• Because some dissatisfaction on that timeabout there practicing way of treatment i.e.allopathy, he relinquished ( to give up) themedical practice and devoted himself intranslating the books, because Hahnemannhad knowledge about the various language.
  32. 32. • In 1790, when Hahnemann was engaged intranslating Cullen’s materia medica hisattention was arrested by the remark ofauthor that cinchona bark cured malariabecause of its bitterness and tonic effects ofstomach. This explanation appearedunsatisfactory to him. Hahnemann himselfingested cinchona juice,
  33. 33. • He was attacked by symptoms very similar tomalarial fever. This unexpected result set upin his mind a new train of thoughts and heconducted similar experiments on himself andother individuals with other medicines whosecurative action in certain diseases had beenwell established.
  34. 34. • He found that in the healthy persons themedicine produce symptoms very similar towhat they cure in diseases individuals.• So he had led to the inference that medicinecure disease only because they can producesimilar symptoms in healthy individuals. Thewhole of homoeopathy derives from this Law.
  35. 35. FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPAL OF HOMOEOPATHY• 1. Law of Similia• 2. Law of Simplex• 3. Law of Minimum• 4. Doctrine of Drug proving• 5. Theory of Chronic disease• 6. Theory of Vital force• 7. Doctrine of Drug-dynamization
  36. 36. Principle• The cause of the disease itself can be itstreatment i.e. Law of similar. This is the basicprinciple of homeopathy.• According to Hahnemann, diseases arecongenital and caused by gene mutations.• Toxic or poisonous substances are calledMiasms are responsible for gene mutation
  37. 37. • Miasms are of three types• Psora• Psychosis• Syphilis• These exist in a suppressed or sleeping state ina person. As long as they are in that state, theperson does not suffer from diseases due toresistance power.
  38. 38. • If any one of them stimulated , then theperson loses his resistance power and suffersfrom diseases related to it. Therefore ,Homeopathy is called a Genetic medicine
  39. 39. Discovery of drugs• The drugs are discovered by testing onhumans but not on animals . A drug isadministered on healthy person to induceany one of the miasms and the symptoms ofthe drugs are discovered
  40. 40. Treatment• The treatment is based on he concept ofproving and prover• Prover – The healthy person• Proving – The symptoms (Physical, mental,emotional changes) that are caused by thevarious potencies of medicines in prover.
  41. 41. • For the treatment , the symptoms of the drugare compared with the symptoms of thepatient. In other words the selection of thedrug depends upon the symptoms of thedrug and patient condition.
  42. 42. • The Unani System of Medicine has a long andimpressive record in India.• It was introduced in India by the Arabs andPersians sometime around the eleventhcentury.• Today, India is one of the leading countries inso for as the practice of Unani medicine isconcerned.• It has the largest number of Unanieducational, research and health careinstitutions.
  43. 43. Origin & Development of Unani System• Unani system originated in Greece• Hakim Ajmal Khan IS UNANI physician butalso one of the foremost freedom fighters in thecountry. He established an Ayurvedic andUnani Tibbia College and HindustaniDawakhana – a pharmaceutical company –for Ayurvedic and Unani medicine in Delhi in
  44. 44. • Today the Unani system of medicine withhospitals and educational and researchinstitutions, forms an integral part of thenational health care delivery system.
  45. 45. • Principles & Concepts• According to the basic principles of Unani thebody is made up of the four basic elements i.eearth ,air, water, fire which have differenttemperaments i.e. cold, hot, wet, dry. Aftermixing and interaction of four elements a newcompound having new temperament existence.i.e Hot wet, hot dry, cold wet, and cold and dry.
  46. 46. • The body has the simple and compoundorgans which got their nourishment ( Thesubstances necessary for growth, health, andgood condition ) through four humours i.e.blood, phlegm, yellow bile and black bile.
  47. 47. • The humour (put into a good mood) is alsoassigned temperament as blood is hot andwet, Phlegm is cold and hot, Yellow bile ishot and dry and Black bile is cold and dry.
  48. 48. • Phlegm is cold and hot ( Thick, sticky, stringymucus secreted by the mucous membrane ofthe respiratory tract, as during a cold or otherrespiratory infection).• Yellow bile is hot and dry (A yellow, orgreenish, viscid fluid, usually alkaline inreaction, secreted by the liver. It passes into theintestines, where it aids in the digestive)
  49. 49. • Black bile is cold and dry• (a humor that was once believed to besecreted by the kidneys or spleen and tocause sadness)
  50. 50. • Unani medicine believes in promotion ofhealth, prevention of diseases and cure.• Health of human is based on the six essentials• Atmospheric air• Physical activity and rest• Drinks and foods• Sleep and wakefulness• Excretion and retention• Mental activity and rest
  51. 51. • The human body is considered to be madeup of the following seven components are:• i. Elements (Arkan)• ii. Temperament (Mizaj)• iii.Humors (Akhlat)• iv. Organs (Aaza)• v. Spirits (Arwah)• vi. Faculties (Quwa)• vii. Functions (Afaal)
  52. 52. Elements (Arkan)• The human body contains four elements.(earth ,air, water, fire)• Each of the four elements has its owntemperament as follows:• Element Temperament Air Hot and MoistEarth Cold and Dry, Fire Hot and Dry, WaterCold and Moist
  53. 53. Temperament (Mizaj)• In the Unani system, the temperament of theindividual is very important as it is consideredto be unique. The individual’s temperamentis believed to be the result of the interactionof these four elements.
  54. 54. Humors (Akhlat)• Humours are those moist and fluid parts of thebody which are produced after transformationand metabolism of the aliments; they serve thefunction of nutrition, growth and repair; andproduce energy, for the preservation ofindividual and his species.
  55. 55. • The humors are responsible for maintainingmoisture of different organs of the body andalso provide nutrition to the body.
  56. 56. Organs (Aaza)• These are the various organs of the humanbody. The health or disease of eachindividual organ affects the state of health ofthe whole body.
  57. 57. Spirits (Arwah)• Ruh (Spirit) is a gaseous substance, obtainedfrom the inspired air, it helps in all themetabolic activities of the body. It is the sourceof vitality for all the organs of the body.• These are considered to be the life force andare, therefore, important in the diagnosis andtreatment of disease.
  58. 58. • These are the carriers of different powers,which make the whole body system and itsparts functional.
  59. 59. Faculties (Quwa)• These are of three kinds:• Natural power (Quwa Tabiyah)• Natural power is the power of metabolism andreproduction. Liver is the seat of this power andthe process is carried on in every tissue of thebody. Metabolism is concerned with theprocesses of nutrition and growth of human
  60. 60. • Nutrition comes from the food and is carriedto all parts of the body, while growth poweris responsible for the construction and growthof human organism.
  61. 61. • Psychic power refers to nervous and psychicpower. It is located in side the brain and isresponsible for perceptive and motive power.Perceptive power conveys impressions orsensation and motive power brings aboutmovements as a response to sensation.
  62. 62. • Vital power (Quwa Haywaniyah)• Vital power is responsible for maintaining lifeand enables all the organs to accept theeffect of psychic power. This power is locatedin the heart. It Keeps life running in thetissues.
  63. 63. Functions (Afaal)• This component refers to the movements andfunctions of all the organs of the body.• In case of a healthy body the various organs arenot only in proper shape but are also performingtheir respective functions.• This makes it necessary to have full knowledgeof the functions of the human body in full detail
  64. 64. Diagnosis• The Diagnostic process in Unani system isdependent on observation and physicalexamination.• Diagnosis involves investigating the causes ofdisease thoroughly and in detail. For this, thephysicians depend mainly on pulse readingand examination of urine and stool.
  65. 65. • The ten conditions of pulse observed duringthe diagnosis are:• i. Quantity• ii. Force• iii. Duration of movement• iv. Condition of the vessel wall• v. Volume
  66. 66. • vi. Duration of the rest period• vii. Palpitation of the pulse• viii. Equality and inequality• ix. Balance of the pulse• x. Rhythm
  67. 67. • Physical examination• Is carried out by the diagnosis of urinogenitaldisorders, pathogenesis of blood and otherhumors, metabolic disorders and liverdiseases.• The following observations of urine are made:• Colour• Consistency• Clearness and turbidity• Odour• Foam or froth• Precipitates• Quantity
  68. 68. • The examination of stool, its colour, quantity,consistency and the presence of foreign body helpvery much in the diagnosis of various diseases.• Besides the means of pulse reading and physicalexamination of urine and stool, other conventionalmeans such as inspection, palpitation, percussionand occultation are also used for diagnosispurposes.
  69. 69. Strenght of Unani• Unani system of Medicine has veryremarkable strength in the followingdisorders:• Skin disorders• Digestive disorders• Mental disorders• Sexual disorders• Gynecological disorders• Neurological disorders

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