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A review on concepts of Anukta vyadhi in Ayurveda.

National Journal Of Research in Ayurved Science

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Anukta vyadhi, Atidesha tantrayukti, Vikrar prakruti, Adhisthana, Samuthana.

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Pairkao, S., & Dudhamal, A. (2018). A review on concepts of Anukta vyadhi in Ayurveda. National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 6(01). Retrieved from http://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/262

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Ayurved is science of life having aim to maintain the health and eradication of the diseases. Anukta is one of the time tested principle of the Ayurveda, which give us the directions to understand the newly formed diseases, Anukta vyadhi are those vyadhi which are not explained in the samhita.  Acharya Charaka mentioned that all diseases cannot labeled with some name, Unsaid diseases can be studied as a kupit dosha, hetu, and their sthan. Acharya chakrapani comments that Atidesha tantraukti is useful to getting the knowledge of unsaid/ hidden things. Ayurvedic classics advocate the concepts of the Anukta vyadhi. In a present era so many newly formed diseases are exiting which are not explained in ayurved classics, concept of trividha bodhya sangraha i.e. Vikar Prakruti-Adhisthana-Samuthana  is useful to study the newly formed diseases.  Here attempt is made to elaborate the concepts of anukta vyadhi and its diagnostic approach.

 

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Abstract

Ayurved is science of life having aim to maintain the health and eradication of the diseases. Anukta is one of the time tested principle of the Ayurveda, which give us the directions to understand the newly formed diseases, Anukta vyadhi are those vyadhi which are not explained in the samhita.  Acharya Charaka mentioned that all diseases cannot labeled with some name, Unsaid diseases can be studied as a kupit dosha, hetu, and their sthan. Acharya chakrapani comments that Atidesha tantraukti is useful to getting the knowledge of unsaid/ hidden things. Ayurvedic classics advocate the concepts of the Anukta vyadhi. In a present era so many newly formed diseases are exiting which are not explained in ayurved classics, concept of trividha bodhya sangraha i.e. Vikar Prakruti-Adhisthana-Samuthana  is useful to study the newly formed diseases.  Here attempt is made to elaborate the concepts of anukta vyadhi and its diagnostic approach.