A FIELD STUDY OF ANUPA AND JANGALA DESHA W.S.R. CONCEPT OF DESHA
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Keywords

ANUPA-JANGALA DESHA, SOIL SAMPLE, SOIL ANALYSIS, ENVIRONMENTAL FACTOR

How to Cite

Lavate, N. N. (2021). A FIELD STUDY OF ANUPA AND JANGALA DESHA W.S.R. CONCEPT OF DESHA. Ayurlog: National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 9(03). https://doi.org/10.52482/ayurlog.v9i03.868

Abstract

Ayurveda is the only science which believes in curing the disease completely from its root. So there are concepts that treat the man as whole and give the drug as a whole. And this makes us to think that as like man, the drug also should be studied from all the aspects right from its origin to processing. Our Aacharyas have given sufficient information regarding production of drug and also about ideal soil for herb.

The geographical variation and climate of the place of origin of the drug may be the major factor in influencing the potency of drug. Hence for current study soil samples collected from Anupa(Ratnagiri) and Jangala(Jamnagar) regions; on the basis of classical features, Map of India showing Panchmahabautika classification of land and vegetation, modern soil and rain fall concept etc.

For present study Analytical and laboratory study of soil sample is done. Sample-A is Anupa Soil sample and Sample-B is Jangala Soil sample; are collected along with following all scientific agricultural procedures.

 

https://doi.org/10.52482/ayurlog.v9i03.868
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