Importance of Rajaswala Paricharya for Supraja
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Supraja, Rajaswala paricharya, Garbha Samagri

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Gavande, S. (2023). Importance of Rajaswala Paricharya for Supraja. Ayurlog: National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 11(3). Retrieved from https://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/1138

Abstract

The word supraja means healthy progeny. A healthy child is a boon not only to the mother but to the whole family and society as well. Every pregnancy is unique in its own way. In Ayurveda an elaborate description of the ingredients required for suprajanana viz. ritu, kshetra, ambu and beeja are mentioned. Out of these four, qualities of kshetra, ambu and beeja is dependent on the quality of dhatus of the woman. Hence for healthy progeny health of a woman is of utmost importance. To achieve good quality of life various paricharyas are mentioned in our classical texts, among them rajaswala paricharya is directly related to health of the female reproductive system.

Drastic changes of lifestyle, consumption of processed and fast food has caused a significant rise in formation of various diseases. These changes in day-to-day life especially during menstruating days are impacting the female reproductive system leading to menstrual irregularities viz. PCOD, infertility etc. This will interrupt the process of garbhadharana and the aim of healthy progeny remained unfulfilled. Practicing rajaswala paricharya helps a woman to maintain her reproductive health and will also favor healthy progeny. Therefore we have decided to choose this vital topic.

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