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Abstract

A CONCEPTUAL REVIEW ON VATARAKTA IN AYURVEDA W.S.R. TO GOUT

Dr. Saurabh Purwar*, Dr. Kavita Sharma and Dr. Anup Jain

ABSTRACT

Ayurveda is the science of life which not only deals with the curative but also with the preventive aspect of health. Vatarakta as the name indicates is caused by both vitiated vata and vitiated rakta. This dosha sammurchana gets lodge in the different joints of the body causing pain, redness, odema, in the joints. On the basis of signs and symptoms vatarakta can be correlated to Gout to a greater extent. Gout is caused by high uric acid levels in the blood, but they usually go unnoticed. It is estimated that around one in three people with high uric acid levels have gout. Uric acid is a waste product of substances called purines, which are components of nucleic acid. Modern system of medicine has no option in metabolic disorders like Gout except the Analgesics and Anti-inflammatory agents. Ayurveda has much potential in such disorders. The aggravated Vata located in the Shakha (peripheral tissues) and joints cause obstruction to the channels of blood instantaneously. Blood letting is done to lessen the abundance of vitiated blood. If this blood is bled, the morbid materials of blood will be less. The patient is given medicated enema therapies (both Niruha and Anuvasana) frequently. He is given Seka – affusion, Abhyanga – massage, Pradeha – application of thick ointments Food and unctuous substance which do not cause burning sensation.

Keywords: Vatarakta, dosha sammurchana, vitiated vata and vitiated rakta.


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