The knowledge of Dravyguna is scattered in be correct and suitable for the theme of their own creations. It becomes the prime responsibility of a teacher to convey this scattered knowledge to the students in a very systematic and organized way without any confusion and controversies. Generally, the teacher adopts their own methods based on their experiences to teach Dravyaguna in their classes. Unfortunately, most of the methods are only limited to convey the traditional understanding of drugs without any experimental model or practical demonstration which only make the students prepare for the exams. By this book, we are proposing various methods of teaching and learning of
Dravyaguna with material to be studied and followed. These are designed in such a way that all these methods are practically demonstrated to gain face to face knowledge of Dravyaguna without any stress, and well-organized pattern. We feel that the sample protocols presented in this book will definitely help to both teachers and the students of UG and PGs. There are more than 40 protocols which can become the part of practical work for
the students of UG and PG. Important thing is that each protocol is given with an example of how to document the data. These protocols have the capacity to engage the students throughout the year to complete 200 practical classes as designed by CCIM. There are more than 100 symptoms which are graded for assessment, there are more than
180 images which give pictorial knowledge of described terms. There are more than 130 formats to document the compilation work equivalent to the International standard.