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Abstract

DIETETICS AS PER AYURVEDA FOR MANAGEMENT OF ASRIGDARA/ DYSFUNCTIONAL UTERINE BLEEDING

Radhika Kumiya*, D. C. Singh, G.M. Kavya and Kiran Vashisht

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From ancient time, women have been given peerless position as she is responsible for Prakriti Dharana (Prasavam) and for creation of entire human race. Among all the Stri Roga, Asrigdara is a disease, in which main clinical feature is excessive or prolonged menstruation with or without inter-menstrual bleeding per vaginum and now a days, it can be correlated with Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding. Different types of Aushadh and Chikitsa are described in Ayurveda classics for heavy bleeding during menses. The main causing factor of Asrigdara (Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding) is vitiation of Vata and Pitta Dosha hence, the main principles of management in Asrigdara are Agnideepana, Doshapachana, Vatanulomana, Pittashamana, Garbhashayabalya, Shothahara, Raktasamgrahana, Raktasthapana and Raktashodhana Chikitsa. It should be done by Kashaya, Madhura and Tikta Rasa, Sheeta Virya, Katu Vipaka Pradhana Dravyas, because they plays major role in relieving bleeding discharge due to its Hemostatic action. Due to prolonged bleeding there is loss of Rakta Dhatu Therefore, mainly focused on Raktasthambhaka (Hemostatics) as well as Raktavardhaka Chikitsa (Blood enhancer), so we use the drugs and diet that increases Rakta Dhatu in body are also effective. According to Ayurveda “Anna” is “Mahabhaisajya” which means the “the superior medicine”. In this review where we represents the compilation of different types of “Ahara drvaya” which are basically a medicinal herbs in Ayurveda and their different Prayojanga which are used for management of Asrigdara due to there hemostatics action are being described.

Keywords: Asrigdara, Hemostatic action, Dietetics, Ahara Dravya, Raktasthambaka, Raktavardhaka.


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