A REVIEW ON APPLICATION OF GURVADI GUNA (MANDA, KHARA, SHLAKSHNA, SUKSHMA, SANDRA, DRAVA GUNA)
*Dr. Chanchal Thombare, Dr. M. B. Shende and Dr. D. S. Chothe
Ayurveda is an Ancient science of Indian medicine. It deals with its own Fundamental principles which is applied in medicine. The concept of Panch padartha is described by Aacharya bhavmishra in Bhavprakash nighantu which consists of Rasa, Guna, Virya, Vipak, Prabhav .These five constitute plays a role of action in the treatment of medicinal drug. According to other classical texts there are seven constitutes mentioned, in which Guna is among them. Guna is the property which has inherent relation between dravyas which still inactive. It is property which attract person towards particular substance. The study of Gurvadi gunas helps to understand how to break Samprati in chikitsa for best results of medicine. The Present review on Manda, Khara, Shlakshna, Sukshma, Sandra, Drava guna are studied for its clinical approach.
Keywords: Gurvadi guna, Manda, Khara, Shlakshna, Sukshma, Sandra, Drava.
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