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The ayurvedic characteristic of Netraprabha Anjana Plus is as follows-
- Guna-Laghu, Ruksh
- Rasa-Madhur, Kashay
- Veerya- anushna sheet
Madhur vipaak acts against Vaat; Laghu and Ruksh Guna act against Kapha whereas Madhur and Kashy ras act against Pitta. Hence, Netraprabha Anjana Plus works to balance all three doshas.
Netraprabha Anjana Plus is formulated with Honey, Kapoor and effective medicinal herbs like Triphala and Neem, Haridra. Honey and Kapoor control infection and inflammation. They have antiseptic like properties. Kapoor is a counter irritant. It has been known to provide cooling effect to the eyes as well. Hence camphor is used topically to relieve pain and reduce itching.
Ayurveda: Sheeta, Dahahara – coolant in nature, relieves burning sensation. Medhya – improves intelligence, Chakshushya-good for eyes.
Modern: Kapoor is a counter irritant. It has been known to provide cooling effect to the eyes as well. Ayurveda has found Kapoor to beneficial to eyes for treating various eye ailments. It is antiseptic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergent, antioxidant, hygroscopic.
Ayurveda: Chakshushya-Good for eyes, relieves infection, Aviidahi – (unlike regular salts), cold in potency helps to balance Pitta. Salt taste balances Vata and relieves chest congestion of kapha.
Modern: Rock salt is a mineral form and is isometric crystals of Sodium Chloride. It may also contain other elements like magnesium, potassium, manganese, iron, zinc etc. It reduces inflammation.
Modern: Balances Kapha and Pitta. Copper pyrite and Iron pyrite – Cu2S, Fe2S3 Swarna Makshik Bhasma (Swarnamakshik Bhasma) contains nutrients like iron and copper. These nutrients are essential for many biological functions in the body. Copper and iron both are essential for forming Red blood cells (erythrocytes). Copper aids in the absorption of iron in the body and iron is essential for formation of hemoglobin. It is helpful in burning sensation in the eyes
Ayurveda: Chakshushya-good for eyes, Ropan-heals, Mrudu-soft, Vishad-removes debris, lekhan-scrubbing action, Shothahar-relieves oedema, Lekhan-scrubbing action, Grahak-astringent, Netray-Good for eyes.
Modern: Honey is antimicrobial in nature. It is nutritive, demulcent, and emollient. It heals wound rapidly, provides energy to the muscles. In Ayurveda, it is said that Madh when applied in the eyes leads to tears which along with it washes away all the diseases of the eyes. Furthermore, is has been observed in Ayurvedic texts that use of Madh on a regular basis helps to relieve heaviness in the eyes and strains on the muscles developed due to overworking of the eyes.
Ayurveda: It is Kapha-har-pacifies kapha & Chakshushya-enhances vision
Modern: It is antiseptic, antimicrobial, anti-inflammatory, anti-allergent, antioxidant, hygroscopic.
Ayurveda: It gives cooling effect to eyes.
Modern: Relieves burning of eyes, dryness of eyes.
It acts as a lubricant prevents dryness and also reduces increased pressure in the eyes.
Modern: Extract of Amla has antimicrobial properties. It is an anti-oxidant with free radical scavenging properties, which may be due to the presence of high levels of super oxide dismutase. Amla acts as a general tonic as well.When used in combination with Harda and Beheda it can provide synergistic activity as an external medicine for eye diseases. Amla is antibacterial and antifungal and has anabolic action. Fresh fruit juice of Amla is used in inflammations of eyes as a collyrium. It can be applied with benefit to recent inflammations of the conjunctiva and other eye complaints.
Modern: It is used as an eyewash, for relief from various eye-infections.
Ayurveda: Triphala has Tridoshaghna property- pacifies all three doshas; so, it also helps in reversing the disease by reversing the vitiated Vata-Pitta Doshas by its Gunas(properties) like Ruksha-dry, Laghu-lightness; Sheeta-cold etc. Among these 3, Amalki has Tridoshahar action i.e. it pacifies tridosha, Chakshushya – enhances vision, Rasayan-rejuvanative strenghth. As per Kaiyadev-nighantu, Haritaki and Bibhitak both are Chakshushya-enhance visual strength.
Modern: Amla or Indian gooseberry regulates elimination of free radicals, acts as a body coolant, flushes out toxins, increases vitality, strengthens eye. Studies have shown it to improve free radical activity induced vision conditions e.g. nearsightedness and cataracts, by reducing intra-ocular tension. This is mainly due to its Vitamin A and carotene contents. Amla also reduces macular degeneration, night blindness, and strengthen vision. Triphala relieve the eye strain and strengthen the visual function.
Ayurveda:Acharya BhavPrakash states that flowers and leaves of Neem have Chakshushya-vision enhancing property.
Modern: Bark contains Nimbin and nimbidin as an active principles having anti-inflammatory, antifungal, antihistamine and antiseptic properties, hence can be useful in inflammatory conditions of eyes like conjunctivitis.
Ayurveda:Daru haridra is helpful in Kaphabhishyand(acute muco-purulent conjunctivitis), Netra bhutam kandu(itching of eyes), ruja(Pain). Its filtered decoction (Kashaya) is used to wash eyes to relieve pain, swelling and inflammation.
Modern: It contains Berberine as an active principle with anti-inflammatory activity hence helpful in conjunctivitis etc.
Modern: coconut water is a perfect eye drop solution for eye wash. Putting coconut water in the eyes can help in reducing eye problems such as dry eyes, cataracts etc. It acts as an antioxidant, prevent free radical damage, thus helpful in Cataract and glaucoma.
Modern: Cow Milk is a tonic to the eye. Indigenous breeds of Cow have better disease resistance and this result in reduced usage of potent chemical drugs for disease control. Their milk has better immune booster effect described in Ayurveda as Rasayana property. It contains lot of antibiotics, can defeat bacteria responsible for pink eyes.