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PC Bhaishajya Kalpana MCQs


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1. The scientific escription of Bhaishajya Kalpana is present in ………….. Samhita

1. Charaka 2. Sushruta 3. Vagbhata 4. Sharangadhara


2. According to Sarngadhara the cornea is potent upto:

(a)2 months

(b) 4 months

(c) 6 months

(d) 8 months


3. The systematic and science description of Bhaishajya kalpana is

Found in

(a)Charaka samhita

(b) Astanga samgraha

(c) Sushruta samhita

(d) Yogratnakara


4. Sushruta has described how many kasaya kalpana:

(a) 5

(c) 7

(b) 6

(d) 4


5. Which drug should be taken as old as possible:

(a) Pippali

(c) Shatavari

(c) Gudüci

(d) Vasa


6. Bhanupaka and Sthalipaka have been described by:

(a) Caraka

(b) Vägbhata

(c) Sushruta

(d) All of the above


7. The potency period of ghrita and taila preparation is

(a) 2 months

(b) 6 months

(c) 4 months

(d) I year


8. The synonym of niskas :

(a) Dhanyaka

(b) Sana

(c) Hema

(d) Yava


9. One niska is equal to (according to Caraka):

(a) 3 masa

(b) 5 masa

(b) 4 maka

(d) 6 masa


10. Panitala is:

(a) Pala

(c) Suku

(b) Kola

(d) Karya


11. The synonym of 'pala' is:

(a) Prakunca

(b) Bilva

(c) Must

(d) All of the above


12. The smallest unit of 'Mana’ is:

(a) Dhvamsi

(b) Vamsi

(c) Paramanu

(d) Marici


13. One anjali is equal to :

(a) Kudava

(b) I Prastha

(c) 1 Karsa

(d) 1 Pala


14. If the potency (veerya) of the drug is in the parthiva and jaliyamsa then the drug should be taken as:

(a) Svarasa

(c) Kvatha

(b) Kalka

(d) Corna


15. By the mixed fermentation of sura and asava the madya produced is

called as :

(a) Sidhu

(b) Maireyaka

(c) Vâruni

(d) Vakkasa


16. Which of the following kalpana is not suitable for volatile drugs?

(a) Svarasa

(c) Kvätha

(b) Arka

(d) Hima


17. The wet herbs in comparison of dry herbs should be taken as in

(a) Same quantity

(b) Doubled

(c) Half of dry herb

(d) Tripled


18. Niryüha is the synonym of :

(a) Kvätha

(b) Phanta

(c) Hima

(d) None of the above


19. The juice of which plant is extracted by putapāka method :

(a) Vasa

(c) Sankhapuspi

(b) Gudüci

(d) Durvä

20. The general dose of svarasa is :

(a) Tola

(b) 4 Tola

(c) 2 Tola

(d)1/2 Tolä


21. The amount of praksepa dravya in svarasa is :

(a) Same as svaresa

(c) 1/4th of svarasa

(b) ½ of svarasa

(d) Double of svarasa


22. The test for tailapāka is :

(a) Pheasant

(b) Phenodgama

(c) Appsumajjana

(d) Tantumat


23. The madya produced from kharjūra is :

(a) Sidhu

(b) Varuni

(c) Surasava

(d) Jagala


24. The synonym of cürnais

(a) Praksepa

(b) Raja

(c) Aväpa

(d) All of the above


25. The normal dose of kalka is

(a) I tola

(c) tola

(b) 2 tola

(d) 1 masa


26. Akse is the synonym of:

(a) Kola

(b) Pala

(c) Karsa

(d) Sukti


27. The measurement of kudava pot in angula) is :

(a) 3x3x3

(b) 4x4x4

(c) 3x3x4

(d) 4x4x6


28. By uniting 8 yavas in center, the measurement got is called :

(a) Vitasti

(b) Aratni

(c) Angula

(d) Vyoma


29. The amount of honey for praksepa in kalka should be :

(a) ½ of kalka

(b) Double of kalka

(c) Same as kalka

(d) Triple of kalka


30. In sneha preparation, the amount of sneha in comparison of kalka

should be:

(a) 2 times

(c) 6 times

(b) 4 times

(d) 8 times


31. Phenashanti is the test for :

(a) Taila paka


(b) Ghrta paka

(c) Kşirapāka

(d) All of the above


32. Medaka' is :

(a) The uppermost clean part of sura

(b) The lowermost portion of surä

(c) The alcohol produced from cane juice

(d) A type of decoction


33. According to Charaka, the inrdupäka sneha is used for

(a) Nasya

(b) Massage

(c) Drinking

(d) Vasti


34. The amount of sugar in gutika preparation should be :

(a) 2 times

(b) 4 times

(c) 3 times

(d) 6 times


35. The normal dose of Avaleha is :

(a) Prakuñca

(b) Pānitala

(c) Sama

(d) Kola


36. The test for Avaleha is :

(a) Tantrum

(b) Gandhavarna-rasodbhava

(c) Apsumajjana

(d) All of the above


37. Tandulodaka comes under which preparation :

(a) Svarasa

(b) Hima

(c) Kalka

(d) Phanta


38. The amount of water in Läkşärasa preparation is:

(a) 2 times

(b) 6 times

(c) 4 times

(d) 8 times


39. Pramathyä belongs to which kalpanä :

(a) Svarasa

(b) Kvätha

(c) Kalka

(d) Hima


40. In vätaroga, the amount of liquid as anupāna of cūrna should be:

(a) One pala

(c) 3 pala

(b) Two pala

(d) 4 pala


41. The normal dose of Kvatha is:

(a) I Karşa

(b) 2 Karşa

(c) I pala

(d) 2 pala


42. Pramathya is used for

(a) Dipana

(b) Pacana

(c) Both (a) & (b)

(d) Stambhana


43. The amount of water required for the preparation of decoction of

hard drugs should be :

(a) 4 times

(b). 6 times

(c) 8 times

(d) 16 times


44. The amount of honey as praksepa in decoction, in kaphaja roga should

be :

(a) 1/16th part

(b) ½ part

(c) 1/4th part

(d) 1/8th part


45. The amount of milk, guda and ghrta etc. as praksepa in kvätha (de-

coction) should be :

(a) 1 Tola

(b) 2 Tolă

(c) 3 Tola

(d) Tola


46. The dose of Pramathya is:


(a) 1-2 karsha

(b) 1-2 pala

(c) 2-4 pala

(d) 2-4 karşa


47. The ratio of drug, milk and water in ksirapāka preparation is respectively:

(a) 1:4:16

(b) 1:4:8

(c) 1:8:16

(d) 1:8:32


48. The normal dose of Hima is:

(a) Karşa

(b) 1 pala

(b) 1 Karşa

(c) + pala


49. 'Tandulodaka' is used in:

(a) Vatavyädhi

(b) Sutika jwara

(c) Atisära

(d) Pradara


50. Avāpa is :

(a) Svarasa

(b) Arka

(c) Bhavana

(d) Kalka





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