Contradicted Natural Drugs in Some Specific Conditions: An Ayurveda Review
The safety of drugs is considered as one of the prime aspects of medical practice and use of safe is very important to avoid any chances of undesirable side effects. Ayurveda the alternative science of health management described use of various natural drugs for the treatment of different diseases. The safety of ayurveda medicine is also very important therefore it is very important to understand the concept of “drugs interactions” and “contradiction” with respect to natural medicine. The drug interaction can produces harmful effect while use of inappropriate medicine in specific conditions can causes undesired effects. Thus it is very important to acquire knowledge about the possible adverse effect of natural drugs due to the “drugs interactions” and “contradiction”. Considering these all facts present article explored concepts of “drugs interactions” and “contradiction” associated with Ayurveda drugs.
Keywords: Ayurveda, Drug Interactions, Contradiction, Viruddha, Ahita and Prakritiviruddha
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