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A literary review on pandu vyadhi in ayurveda

National Journal Of Research in Ayurved Science

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Panduroga, Samhita, nidan, pourvarup, poopa, samprapti, chikitsa.

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Chaudhari, V., & Mhaske, R. (2019). A literary review on pandu vyadhi in ayurveda. National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 7(03). Retrieved from http://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/373

Abstract

Panduroga is a disease, which is commonly found in our country. It is seen that nutritional deficiency is the major etiological factor of this disease in the developing countries like India. The incidence of the disease in both sexes is large but females are majorly affected. Panduroga is probably the most common disorder seen in human being. Although it is commonest where malnutrition or deficiency but it is also found in overnutriated peoples. In Ayurveda panduroga has been described in all Samhita in details. Systemic review of Panduroga from all the classics of Ayurveda.

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Abstract

Panduroga is a disease, which is commonly found in our country. It is seen that nutritional deficiency is the major etiological factor of this disease in the developing countries like India. The incidence of the disease in both sexes is large but females are majorly affected. Panduroga is probably the most common disorder seen in human being. Although it is commonest where malnutrition or deficiency but it is also found in overnutriated peoples. In Ayurveda panduroga has been described in all Samhita in details. Systemic review of Panduroga from all the classics of Ayurveda.