Ayurveda Perspective of Rasamanikya and its Role in Skin Disorders: A Review

  • Vishal Shivhare Assistant Professor, Ras shastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana, L.N. Ayurved College and Hospital, Bhopal, India
  • Nitin Tiwari Associate Professor, Ras shastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana, L.N. Ayurved College and Hospital, Bhopal, India

Abstract

Rasamanikya is drug used commonly in Ayurveda practice for various therapeutic purposes. Rasamanikya made out of Shuddha Haratala and due to the Manikya (Ruby) colour of formulation it is termed as Rasamanikya. Rasamanikya can be prepared by classical Abhraka Patra method and Sharava Samputa method, etc. It is recommended for the management of Kustha RogaShwasaPhirana Roga, VicharchikaBhaganadara and Vatarakta. The classical descriptions on Rasamanikya establish it as drug of choice for skin related health ailments due to its Ayurveda properties and health benefits. Therefore present article reviewed Ayurveda perspective of Rasamanikya and its role in skin disorders.      


Keywords: Ayurveda, Rasamanikya, Skin, Disorders, Kustha Roga

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Shivhare V, Tiwari N. Ayurveda Perspective of Rasamanikya and its Role in Skin Disorders: A Review. JDDT [Internet]. 15Dec.2019 [cited 31Oct.2020];9(6-s):267-9. Available from: http://www.jddtonline.info/index.php/jddt/article/view/3812