Document Type : Research Article
As indicated by Ayurvedic pharmacology the medication activity is credited to specific standards in particular Rasa, Guna, Virya, Vipaka and Prabhava. It was found that drugs and the living body share a composition known as Panchabhutika, and that, when used responsibly, drugs have the potential to affect several aspects of the body. The enormous investments in research are pointless and fruitless if the Ayurvedic concepts are not correctly understood and translated in internationally accepted language. Therefore, it is crucial to reestablish Ayurvedic ideas in modern contexts by employing methods made possible by technological progress in the new millennium. Many of the Ayurvedic ideas contained in the Samhitas may appear simple at first glance, but their brief presentation makes them quite challenging to grasp. Certain ideas need to be investigated, according to how well they can be put into practice. This includes one such concept which is known as Prabhava. To understand these criteria, a methodical approach must be actively fostered. The purpose of this survey is to highlight the concept of Prabhava and its relevance in the modern era.