Clinical Evaluation of Suvarnaprashana Samskara
AbstractSuvarnaprashana means to administer suvarna in liquid form with the help of honey, ghee and some nervine medicines. Suvarnaprashana has been extensively described in main reference books i.e. brihatrayi granthas. Sushruta, Vagbhata, kashyapa has mentioned its uses in detail. Its review of literature and recent research, publications has been sought in present study. Details about suvarna guna karma has been described by vagbhata i.e. suvarna is brihana, snigdha, madhura(rasa vipaka), visha doshahara, sheeta (cold), and kashayam with rasayan property.
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