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Abstract

STUDY OF RELATION BETWEEN PRAKRITI AND ENVIRONMENTAL VARIATION EFFECTS IN AMAVATA PATIENTS

Dr. Neera Saini, Prof. N.K. Singh and Dr. P. S. Byadgi*

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Amavata is one of the most painful diseases, which can evolve in any age group of persons. Amavata has been first described by Acharya Madhava in detail. Amavata occurs as a result of amalgamation of ama and vata. Amavata is common in persons having mandagni because it is one of the most precipitating factors of amavata. On the other hand persons having mandagni are more prone to seasonal variations effect. Aim of this study to find relation between prakriti and amavata, and the effects of environmental variation in these patients. For this study total 100 patients of amavata having mandagni were registered. It was found that patients of VK prakriti were more affected by mandagni and amavata than others. It can be explained that mandagni is more common in K prakriti, which leads to formation of ama resulting amavata disease.

Keywords: Amavata, Mandagni, Ama etc.


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