Bengal was a seat of learning since Gupta period (4th Century AD). The rich tradition has equally contributed in the field of Ayurveda. Ample scholars and commentators of classical Ayurvedic texts like Acharya Madhavkar, Acharya Chakrapani Dutta etc. have further enriched the classical wisdom and made the Ayurveda practice very popular throughout the united Bengal and in India.
Through six major schools of thoughts were prevailing till the first half of last century. Among them most popular two traditions are Rasa-Vaidyaparampara and Mustiyogaparampara. The current article deals with some formulations of Mustiyogaparampara useful in jirnajvara (chronic fever).