STUDY OF ADRASYA KRIMI (INVISIBLE PATHOGEN) –SHONITAJA KRIMI IN MODERN SCIENCE
*Vd. Mayuri Anil Suryawanshi and Vd. Vijay R. Potdar
In present era, due to busy lifestyle, lack of hygiene maintainece, bad sanitation, uncooked, packaged food, improper washing of the food materials are the major causes of developing microbes and it finally cause infectious diseases in the host is the global health problem. Ancient science already believed in Drasya Krimi (visible pathogen) and Adrasya Krimi (Invisible pathogen). Acharya’s explained the presence of Adrasya Krimi (Invisible pathogen) as cause of few diseases and named it Shonitaja Krimi. Allopathy started believing it after the discovery of Micoscope in 1683; gradually this instrument was used to find existence of invisible pathogen in the blood samples which was firstly found by French scientist Pasteur. In 1840, a Berlin scientist named Hanel related those microbes to some contagious diseases.So, here the study focused on Adrasya Krimi (Invisible pathogen) – Shonitaja Krimi in view of modern science.
Keywords: Adrasya Krimi, Shonitaja Krimi, Invisible pathogen, Bloodstream infections.
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