Suska and Ardra type of Kasa (cough) if neglected tend to develop into the chronic stage known as Jirna Kasa.
Asam. : Purana Kapha (Yahya Kaha)
Beng. : Jirṇa Kaso
Dogr. : Purani Khanga
Hind. : Purani Khamsi
Kan. : Hale Kemmu
Maly. : Pajhakkam Chenna Cuma
Mra. : Junata Khokala
Ori. : Purana Khasa
Panj. : Purani Khanga
Tam. : Nat Patta Irumal
1.Svarasa (juice) of fresh leaf of Krishna Tulasi (black basil) – 7 to 14 ml. is to be taken with 4 to 6 g. honey, twice a day.
2.Powdered wood of Aguru (eagle) – 1 g. is to be taken with 4 to 6 g. honey twice a day.
3.Powdered fruit of Maricha (black pepper) – 1 g. is to be taken with 5 to 10 g. ghee and 4 to 6 g. honey, twice a day.
1.Siddha Ghrita prepared with the decoction or Svarasa (juice) of Draksha (raisin or grape fruit) – 12 to 24 g. is to be taken twice a day.
2.Siddha Ghrita prepared with the decoction of fruit pulp of Aragvadha (cassia) – 12 to 24 g. is to be taken twice a day.
3.Siddha Ghriuta prepared with the decoction of bark of Lodhra – 12 to 24 g. is to be taken twice a day.
4. 12 to 24 g. of fresh bark of Badara(Ber) to be made as Kalka (paste), and fried in cow’s ghee, and to be taken teice daily by Adding 1 g. of Saindhava (rock-salt)..
5.Boil fruit rind of Amalaki (embelic myrobalan) in 4 parts of cow’s milk and grind to make it homogeneous, 12 to 24 ml. of the grinded drug is to be taken with 12 to 24 g. of ghee twice a day.
6.Prepare Ghrita by Ghrita Paka method by adding fruit juice of Dadima (pomegranate), double in the weight of Cow’s ghee, equal quantity of fruit juice of Amalaki (embelic myrobalan), powdered Sunthi (dried ginger), powdered Maricha (black pepper) and 1/16 part of powdered fruit of Pippalī (long pepper)to the ghee. This siddha ghrita is to be taken in the dose of 12 to 24 g. twice a day.
7.Drakshadi Chhuṇa: 600 to 850 mg. is to be taken with honey twice a day.
1. Dhanvantara Gutika : 1 g. is to be taken three times a day with warm water.
2.Formulations mentioned under Shuska-Kasa and Ardra Kasa may also be given in Jiraa Kasa according to the condition of the patient
HAND BOOK OF DOMESTIC MEDICINE AND COMMON AYURVEDIC REMEDIES, Central Council for Research in Ayurvedic Sciences (CCRAS), Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, New Delhi 2005