World Journal of
Pharmaceutical and Life Sciences

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Dr. Lata Melkani*, Dr. Mitra Shuchi, Dr. Sharma Usha, Dr. Rawat Sushma and Dr. Sharma Khemchand


INTRODUCTION- Ayurveda have always abide by the theory of „Nasa? or Nose being the gateway to brain „Sira?. With the amazingly accurate studies in anatomy one can now infer nose as one of the important route for medicine administration in diseases of head & neck. Nasal cavity is covered by a thin mucosa which is well vascularised. Hence, a drug molecule can be transfered quickly & directly to the systemic blood circulation. METHODOLOGY-This review article compiled many articles and reserach papers collected from different websites along with materials from ayurvedic texts. DISCUSSION- This article aims at proposing probable nasal routes through which drugs of nasya karma get absorbed. CONCLUSION-From review of various studies it can be concluded that there three probable pathways for nasal drug administration Nasya Karma.

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