This gana includes Vidarigandha, Vidari, Sahadeva, Vishvadeva, Shvadanstra, Prithakparni, Shatavari, Sariva, black Sariva, Jivaka, Rishavaka, Mahasaha, Kshudra-Saha, Vrihati, Kantakari, Punarnava, Eranda, Hansapadi, Vrishchikali, and Rishavi herbs.
The herbs in this gana subdues the action of the deranged Vayu and Pittam and proves beneficial in phthisis (Shosha), Gulma, aching of the limbs, Urdha- Shvasa and cough.
This gana includes Varuna, Artagala, Shigru, Madhu-Shigru, Tarkari, Mesha-Shringi, Putika, Naktamala, Morata, Agni-mantha, the two kinds of Sairiyaka, Vimvi, Vasuka, Vasira, Chitraka, Shatavari, Vilva, Ajashringi, Darbha, and the two kinds of Vrihati herbs
The herbs in this gana possessed of the efficacy of reducing the deranged Kapham and fat and proves efficacious in cases of cephalaegia, Gulma and antar-vidradhi ( internal abscesses).
Ths gana includes Virataru, the two kinds of Sahachara, Darbha, Vrikshadani, Gundra, Nala, Kusha, Kasha, Ashma-bhedaka, Agnimantha, Morata Vasuka, Vasira, Bhalluka, Kuruntaka, Indivara, Kapotavanka, and Shvadanstra herbs
The medicines in this gana subdues all disorders incidental to the deranged state of Vata and proves curative in Ashmari, Sharkara, Mutra-krichhra, Mutraghata and urinary disoders.
This gana includes Salasara, Ajakarna, Khadira, Kadara, Kalaskandha, Kramuka, Bhurjja, Meshashringi, Tinisha, Chandana, Kuchandana, Shinshapa, Shirisha, Asana, Dhava, Arjuna, Tala, Shaka, Naktamala, Putika Ashvakarna, Aguru and Kaliyaka herbs.
The medicines in this gana helps to destroys the germ of Kushtha, absorbs the deranged fat and Kapham and proves beneficial in morbid discharges from the urethra (Meha) chlorosis or jaundice (Pandu).
This gana includes herbs like- Rodhra, Savararodhra, Palasha Kutannata, Ashoka, Phanji, Katphala, Elabaluka, Sallaki, Jingini, Kadamva, Sala and Kadali.
The medicine in this gana is helps to the deranged Kapham and fat, is astringent in its properties, removes vaginal and uterine disorders, neutralises the effects of poison (anti toxic) and acts as a styptic and purifying agent in a case of ulcer and arrests all secretions and excretions of the body.
This gana includes herbs like Arka, Alarka, the two kinds of Karanja, Nagadanti, Mayuraka, Bhargi, Rasna, Indrapushpi, Kshudrashveta Mahashveta, Vrishchikali, Alavana and Tapasha-Vriksha.
The herbs in this gana helps to destroy Kapham, fat, and the effects of poison. It acts as a vermifuge and a specific aseptic agent in the case of an ulcer and proves curative in diseases of the skin.
The Surasadi Group
This gana includes herbs like -Surasa, white Surasa, Fainjjhaka, Arjaka, Bhustrina, Sugandhaka, Sumukha, Kalamala, Kashamarda, Kshavaka, Kharpushpa, Vidanga, Katphala, Surasi, Nirgundi, Kulahala, Indurakarnika, Phanji, Prachi-vala, Kakamachi and Vishamushtika .
The herbs in this gana acts as a vermifuge and is an aseptic agent. It subdues the deranged Kapham and proves beneficial in catarrh, non-relish for food, asthma and cough.
The Mushkakadi Group
This gana includes medicine like Mushkaka, Palasha, Dhava, Chitraka, Madana, Shinshapa, Vajra-Vriksha and Triphala.
The herbs in this gana helps in destroying fat and for removing the defects of semen. Meha, piles, jaundice, chlorosis, gravels and urinary calculi in the bladder are the diseases which yield to its curative efficacy.
The Pippalyadi Group
This gana includes herbs like Pippali, Pippali mulam, Chavya, Chitraka, Shringavera, Maricha, Hasti-Pippali, Harenuka, Ela, Ajamoda, Indrayava, Patha, Jiraka, Sarshapa, Maha-Nimva-Phala, Hingu, Bhargi, Madhurasa, Ativisha, Vacha, Vidanga and Katurohini.
The medicines in this gana are good appetiser and is an absorbant of intestinal mucous and unassimilated lymph chyle. The range of its therapeutical application includes catarrh, deranged Kapham and Vatam, non-relish for food, abdominal glands, colic and gastralgia.
The Eladi Group
This gana includes herbs like- Ela, Tagara, Kushtha, Mansi, Dhyamaka, Tvaka, Patra, Naga-pushpa, Priyangu, Harenuka, Vyaghranakha, Shukti, Chanda, Sthauneyaka, Shriveshtaka, Chocha, Choraka, Valaka, Guggulu, Sarjarasa, Turushka, Kunduruka, Aguru, Sprikka, Ushira, Bhadradaru, Kumkuma, Punnaga and Keshara.
The herbs in this gana are responsible for subduing the action of Vayu and Kapham and in neutralising the effects of poison. It is a cosmetic and arrests the eruption of pimples and other vegetations on the skin such as rash, urticaria etc. and checks the itching sensation incidental thereto.
The Vachadi And Haridradi Groups
This gana includes herbs like Vacha, Musta, Ativisha, Abhaya, Bhadradaru, Nagakeshara (Vachadi), Haridra, Daruharidra, Kalashi, Kutaja seeds and Madhuka (Haridradi).
The herbs in this gana are the purifiers of breast milk and specifically act as the assimilators of the deranged humours of the body, their curative properties being markedly witnessed in cases of mucous dysentery (Amatisara).