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Arsha Kuthar Rasa: A Therapeutic Review

Gyanendra Kumar Gupta, Gagan Devi

Abstract


Arsha occurs mainly due to the vitiation of Agni which leads to Vibandha and Vimarga Gamana of Apana Vayu. So obviously the drug, which has capacity to streamline the vitiated Agni and regulate the Anuloma Gati of Apana Vayu, will be the drug of choice in treating Arsha. Thus, here a study is made to understand the clinical efficacy of the standard drug Arshakuthar Rasa in the management of Arsha. 


Keywords


Arsh, Vibandha, Vimarga Gamana, Apana vayu, Anulom gati and Arshakuthar rasa

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