Author(s): Srinibash Sahoo, BCS Rao, AK Das, Kamadev Das.

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Address: Dr. Srinibash Sahoo1*, Dr. B.C.S. Rao2, Dr. A.K. Das3, Dr. Kamadev Das4
1Research Officer (Ay), Scientist-2, ACAMHNS (CCRAS),NIMHANS, Bangalore, PhD Scholar
2Research Officer (Ay), Scientist-3, ACAMHNS (CCRAS), NIMHANS, Bangalore
3Prof. & Head, Dept. of R.S & V.K, G.A.M, Puri, Odisha
4Prof. & Ex-Principal, G.A.M, Puri, Odisha
*Corresponding Author

Published In:   Volume - 6,      Issue - 4,     Year - 2014


ABSTRACT:
Recently, the interest in the use of herbal products has grown dramatically in the western world as well as in developed countries. The vast majorities of currently available psychoactive drugs as herbal remedies today seem to be a reflection of such a situation. In the folklore of Indian medicine, several medicines (herbs, ghees, minerals and metals) have been used traditionally as brain or nerve tonics. One of the most popular of this medicine is Brahmi Ghrita a well-known memory booster. This comprehensive review summarizes our current knowledge of the major bioactivities and clinical efficacy of Brahmi Ghrita, one of the currently popular central nervous system (CNS) activating medicine. The Brahmi Ghrita which is a known drug for its mode of action through pacifying both Sharirika and Manasika doshas which are mainly involved in pathogenesis of Kaphaja Unmada. Similarly, the combinations of herbal drugs in Brahmi Ghrita are basically mentioned as Medhya Rasayanas in Ayurvedic classics. Hence due of their Medhya Rasayana property these drugs enriching the nutritional value of the Medha and thereby helping to cure the patients suffering with Kaphaja Unmada (Depressive Illness) The currently prepared Brahmi Ghrita is established as safe to use in current clinical study on Kaphaja Unmada (Depressive Illness) as per the analytical studies done above


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Srinibash Sahoo, BCS Rao, AK Das, Kamadev Das. Analytical Study of Brahmi Ghrita. Research Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacodynamics. 2014; 6(4): 193-196.


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