anupan

A substance that serves as a medium for taking herbs and other medicines; many anupans are valued for their ability to carry herbs and formulas deeper into specific tissues; common Ayurvedic anupans include water, ghee, honey, milk, and aloe vera juice or gel.

Anupans List:

Ghee & sugar- acidity

butter and rock candy- anemia

ginger juice and honey- anorexia

honey, ghee-bronchitis (honey and ghee must never be used in equal parts)

buttermilk-epilepsy

honey-facial palsy

castor oil- leukoderma

honey and hot water (not too hot, destroys enzymes!)- renal calculus

shilajit and gokshura-rhematism

castor oi and lemon- tumors

 

Source:  http://bodymindayurveda.com/2013/07/29/what-is-an-ayurvedic-anupan-how-to-properly-take-your-herbs/

Source: http://www.banyanbotanicals.com/info/ayurvedic-living/learning-ayurveda/glossary-of-ayurvedic-terms/