Therapeutic Potential of Trinapanchamool: Review Study

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Awanish Pandey
Hari Shanker Mishra

Abstract

The present review determines the potentiality of therapeutic activity of Trinapanchamool, a group of five native grasses namely- kush, kaas, nala, darbha, ikshu; all belonging to family Poaceae which is an important therapeutic formulation widely used in Ayurveda. The Grasses are underestimated medicinal repository. A large number of Grasses have been indicated for the treatment of various ailments in classics. Which are least affected by the climatic change and natural calamities. These herbs have been used in social rituals in day today life, meditation purposes and in therapeutics. In spite of environmental changes this group of herbs remain unaffected where as various other herbs have entered in to Red Data Book due to environmental adversity and other exploitation. Herbs under study possess diversified therapeutic potential which is time tested right from the dawn of human civilization. Therapeutic potential of these herbs discussed in ancient Ayurveda classics have been experimentally and clinically verified in modern era. In spite of well established therapeutic potential and easy availability, this group of herbs has least therapeutic application in modern Ayurveda. From the study it may be concluded that Trinapanchamool is important group of therapeutically potential herbs. There is need towards judicious use of these herbs in therapeutics for the well-being of ailing humanity.

Keywords:
Therapeutic potential, Trinapanchamool, meditation, ayurveda, red data book.

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Pandey, A., & Mishra, H. S. (2019). Therapeutic Potential of Trinapanchamool: Review Study. Journal of Complementary and Alternative Medical Research, 7(3), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.9734/jocamr/2019/v7i330104
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