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Dr. Madhuri Karade* and Dr. Milind Mokashi


Satmya is define as “satmyam sukhajanakam”, that means satmya which brings happiness[1] keeping satmya concept in mind physician has to advise the diet or medicine. There are various types of satmya like oaksatmya, deshsatmya, rutusatmya, etc, all types of satmyas should always be followed for the maintenance of health; this concept is useful to understand the strength of the patient. Application & understanding the concept of satmyata in day today’s lifestyle is necessary for wellbeing & important in diagnosis as well as treatments. Satmikarana process which is introduced by our bruhattrayee shows path as a preventive medicine. So sathmya is considered individually & according to the need of the person. Aims & objectives: To undersatnad the importance & necessity of Satmya explained in bruhatrayee. Materials and methods: Only textual materials, charakasamhita, susruthasamhitha & ashtangahridaya & the available commentaries on them. Conclusion: To understand the concept of satmya for pathophysiology of the disease & to plan line of treatment plays vital role to cure the patient. The concept of satmya involves the bheshaj (drug), ahar (diet), vihar (behaviour), which owing to habitual use develops adaptability and looses initial stress components.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Satmya, Asatmya.

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