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CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF UDAKVAH SROTAS AND IT'S CORRELATION WITH LYMPH AND INTERSTITIAL FLUID

*Dr. Sanjivani Jadhao and Dr. Madhulika Tiwari

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Background: Ayurvedic classics proclaim ―srotomayam hi shariram‖. Srotas is used as a generic term indicating all the macro and micro channels and pathway operating in a living organism. These channels are innumerable. As per Sushrut there is 11 pair of srotas. Udakvah srotas is one of the srotas mentioned by Charak and Sushrut. Udakvah srotas can be correlated with body fluid channels in the body. Body fluid is of two types, extra cell fluid and intra cell fluid. Extra cell fluid can be correlated with udakvah srotas. When body fluid decreases or increases in normal condition and due to some certain causes in some diseases also, we feel particular symptoms out of which one is thirst. Feeling of thirst is at soft palate and oropharynx. According to Acharya mulsthan of Udakvah srotas are Talu and Kloma which can be correlated with soft palate and oropharynx respectively. In this article we have tried to clarify the mulsthan and to correlate Udakvah srotas with interstitial fluid and lymph. Thorough review of literature related to srotas and relevant topic was done through the Ayurvedic Samhita, various Ayurved texts and related textbooks from modern science. Study about cellular fluid was done from various texts. The study initiated for comparison of udakvah srotas with body fluid which is interstitial fluid and lymph. Udakvah srotas is micro as well as macro channels which can correlated with interstitial fluid and lymph. Mulsthan of this srotas is talu and klom which are structurally can correlate with soft palate and oropharynx. Thirst is one of the various symptoms in imbalance of body fluid, which is felt at these structures.

Keywords: Udakvah, srotas, body fluid, klom, talu.


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