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Ayurvedic Dosage Forms

Ayurvedic medicine, a traditional system of medicine in India, uses various dosage forms to administer herbal and mineral preparations. Some of the commonly used Ayurvedic dosage forms are: Churna (Powders): This is the most common and simplest dosage form. The herbs are dried, powdered and used either alone or in combination. They can be mixed with warm water or milk and consumed. Kashayam (Decoctions): A decoction is prepared by boiling herbs in water until the volume of water reduces to one-fourth of its original volume. It is then filtered and consumed. Asava/Arishta (Fermented liquids): This dosage form is prepared by fermenting herbs with jaggery, honey or sugar. They are used to treat various ailments like digestive disorders, respiratory diseases, etc. Ghrita (Medicated Ghee): This is a type of clarified butter, which is used to administer herbs that are not water-soluble. The herbs are boiled in ghee and then strained. Ghrita is used to treat a variety of conditions. Taila (Medicated oils): This is an oil-based preparation that is used to treat ailments related to the skin, hair and joints. The herbs are boiled in oil and then strained. Vati/Guggulu (Tablets): These are compressed tablets made from herbs or minerals. They are easy to consume and convenient to carry. Avaleha (Herbal Jam): This is a sweet herbal jam made from herbs, ghee, honey, and jaggery. It is used to treat respiratory disorders, digestive disorders, and other ailments. Lepa (Herbal Paste): This is a paste made from herbs, which is applied externally to treat skin ailments, wounds, and inflammations. Swarasa (Juice): This is the juice extracted from fresh herbs. It is used to treat various ailments and is especially useful in treating digestive disorders. These are some of the commonly used Ayurvedic dosage forms. The dosage and mode of administration of these formulations depend on the individual's health condition, age, and other factors. It is always advisable to consult an Ayurvedic practitioner before using any of these formulations.
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