Therapeutic Potentials of Hridaya Dashakaya (Cardio Friendly Drugs) in Cardio Vascular Diseases - A Review
Asian Journal of Cardiology Research,
Introduction: Cardiovascular diseases are the leading cause of death among non-communicable diseases. Ischemic heart disease is responsible for 16% of the world’s total deaths in 2019. Stroke is the second leading cause of death is responsible for 11%. The main risk factors of cardiovascular diseases are Hypertension, Dyslipidemia, and Diabetics Mellitus. Worldwide 1.13 billion adults had suffered from hypertension and 1.6 million people worldwide killing with diabetes. Dyslipidemia is at roughly twice the risk of developing cardiovascular diseases.
Aim: To find out the therapeutic potentials and utility of the Hridaya Dashakaya(Cardio Friendly Drugs) in cardiovascular diseases.
Study Design: This is a review study to find out the therapeutic potentials, pharmacodynamic properties, and utility of the Hridaya Dashakaya (Cardio Friendly Drugs) in cardiovascular diseases.
Place and Duration of Study: In the Library, Institute of Indigenous Medicine, the University of Colombo from January to March 2021.
Methodology: Hridaya dashaka is mentioned in the Ayurveda authentic text of Charaka Samhitha Suthrasthana's fourth chapter in Dwithiya Maha Kashaya. Data of the Hridaya Dashakaya were collected from authentic Ayurveda text of Charaka Samhitha and published research articles, scientific journals, and other web sources about the pharmacodynamic activities and chemical constituents of each plant, and the data were analyzed by using SPSS software.
Results: According to the findings Hridaya Dasahakaya (Cardio Friendly Drugs) has been identified as rich in Flavanoids, Vitamin C and has potent in anti-hypertensive, anti-atherosclerosis, anti-diabetic, anti-oxidant properties. Amla rasa was identified as predominant among the six rasas. Amla rasa has increases the Pitta, Kapha and decrease Vata in the body and act as a tonic by stimulating tissue enzyme in the heart.
Conclusion: Hridaya Dashaka is a better solution for decrease the risk factors and prevents CVD.
- Cardiovascular diseases
- therapeutic potentials
- pharmacodynamic properties
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