Medicines Preparation Workshop: Kharaliya Rasayana

All the successful Ayurveda physicians have been preparing medicines for their patients on their own. Ayurvedic Physicians are legally allowed to prepare medicine for their own patients in India. Unlike pharmaceutical companies, objectives of physicians to prepare medicines for their patients is clinical improvement. Preparing your own medicines not only make it clinically more effective […]

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All the successful Ayurveda physicians have been preparing medicines for their patients on their own. Ayurvedic Physicians are legally allowed to prepare medicine for their own patients in India. Unlike pharmaceutical companies, objectives of physicians to prepare medicines for their patients is clinical improvement. Preparing your own medicines not only make it clinically more effective but also economically beneficial for the patient as well as the physician.

Preparing your own medicines improves your confidence in clinical practice, the success rate as well as your credibility as an Ayurveda physician.

Preparing your own medicines is easy if you understand the basic procedures and in-process assessment tricks. There are four types of Rasa Medicines (Herbo- Mineral medicines) viz. Kharaliya, Parpati, Pottali and Kupipakwa. In this course, we shall learn the Kharaliya Rasayana that is the herbo-mineral medicines prepared through the grinding process with a mortar and pestle. Most of the pills used in Ayurveda are prepared through this method.

In this course, we shall learn-

1.Perfect Bhavana/ Trituration

A.Decoction/ Kadha preparation for Bhavana- special techniques

B.Quantity of liquid for correct consistency in trituration

C.How does the Bhavana work for herbal and mineral materials?

D.How does Bhavana makes the medicine cost effective?

E.Various medicines and Bhavana material used in it

2.Characteristics of the ideal Kharal/ Mortar and pestle

3.Frequency of oscillation and duration of trituration for perfect medicine

4.Rolling into the pills- techniques for making a dough, rolling pills and drying .

5.Preparing some Kharaliya medicines popular in practice

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