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A REVIEW OF ETIOPATHOGENESIS OF TAMAKA SHWASA

Dr. Hritu Ratre*, Dr. Nikhila Ranjan Nayak and Dr. Chandrashekhar Ghatge

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Shwasa word indicates both physiological and pathological state of respiration. Ayurvedic texts have mentioned Tamak Shwas under various types of Shwas Roga. Disease Tamaka Shwas can be correlated with Bronchial Asthma on the basis of its features and etiopathogenesis. Tamaka Shwas can be defined as a disorder of respiration, Where the prana vayu is vitiated and obstructed by kapha, moves upward, and because of the air pathway obstruction, the inspired air fails to reach the lungs causing difficulty in breathing. This condition resembles with the Bronchial asthma, which is a major, chronic and non- communicable disease characterized by recurrent attacks of breathlessness and wheezing. The science of life – Ayurveda is the best way to effectively and safely manage the condition without inducing any drug dependency where various Shodhana procedures and use of internal medication not only detoxifies the body but also provides nutrition and increases the elasticity of lung tissue and develops natural immunity of the body thus decreasing episodic recurrence of the disease and providing long term relief to the patient.

Keywords: Tamak Shwas, Bronchial Asthma, Nidanapanchaka.


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