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World Journal of Pharmaceutical
and Medical Research

An International Peer Reviewed Journal for Pharmaceutical and Medical Research and Technology
An Official Publication of Society for Advance Healthcare Research (Reg. No. : 01/01/01/31674/16)
ISSN 2455-3301
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ICV : 78.6

Abstract

A CONCEPT OF RAKTA DHATU W.S.R TO KRIYASHARIR – REVIEW ARTICAL

Dr. Mohit Kumar* and Prof. Dr. Balkrishan Panwar

ABSTRACT

Raktadhatu (Blood) is an object considered one of the Dhatu (Tissue) among the seven, which all Ayurvedic scholars agree unanimously. The word 'Rakta' derives from the Sanskrit word 'Raj Ranjane' which means red. Rudhiram, Asriga, Shonitam, Astram, Lohitam are synonyms of Raktadhatu (Blood). Raktavaha Strotas (channels) plays an important role in the Raktadhatu (Blood) metabolism of which liver & spleen is the principal organ. It is also with Raktadhara Kala with the Raktadhatu Formation & Storage (Blood). Despite the existence of Panchamahabhuta Rakta (Blood) is Dhatu (tissue) prevalent in Tej & JalaMahabhut. Raktadhatu (Blood) has a quantity of 8 Anjali. In Raktadhatu (Blood) Metabolism, Sira (Blood vessels) Kandara (tendenum) in the form of Updhatu (secondary tissue) while Pitta (secondary tissue) as Mala is made (Excreted part) Supporting the body and preserving life in the Body is main Raktadhatu (Blood) feature. When producing Raktadhatu (Blood), Individuals known as RaktasaraPurusha in excellence condition. All manner of deviations. The pathogenesis occurs in Raktadhatu (waning or increment). Raktadhatu vitiation (Blood) suggests a skin disease within the body. So it's an important life sustaining entity. Hence, it is important to protect this Dhatu (tissue) with all possible. A test which is one of the body's most critical points.

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