STUDY OF MUTRA AND MUTRAVAHA SROTAS IN MADHUMEHA – REASERCH ARTICLE
Vd. Burse R. F.*, Dr. Dhimdhime R. S., Dr. S. R. Dhimdhime, Vd. Zile K. C., Vd. Jumnake V. S.
Ayurveda places great emphasis on prevention and encourages the maintenance of health through close attention to balance in one‟s life, right thinking, diet, lifestyle. Dosh, Dhatu, Mala are fundamental concept of Ayurveda. Mala concept is unique in Ayurveda main source of nourishment of our body is food . After digestion it is devided into ‘SARA’ and „KITTA’. Sara will get absorbed called as „AHARRASA‟ and „KITTA‟ wil give rise to‟MALA’. After the Sarakitta vibhajana, The Drava part of Kitta converts into Mootra. “MOOTRA“ is the important execration from human body. The term „Madhu‟ and „Meha‟ are indicating the idea of sweet substance similar to honey in reset of taste, odor and color not in concentration, which is secrete profusely through the urinary system. urine examination is used as one of the important diagnostic and prognostic tool but in Ayurveda urine examination is used in systematic and scientific way for knowing the diagnostic and prognosis of the disease from samhita kala. Acharya Yogratnakar has described the methods examination of Mootra pariksha after the examination of NadiPariksha and Mala pariksha. Here attempt has been made to elaborate the Ayurvedic mutra pariksha collectively in respect to odor, color, quantity etc which can be a important diagnostic and prognostic tool.
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