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GARBHA SAMBHAV SAMAGRI AS ESSENTIAL ELEMENTS FOR CONCEPTION

Dr. Manjula Mishra* and Dr. Yogesh Wane

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Ayurveda is the traditional, ancient Indian system of health science. Its name literally means, "life knowledge”. In Ayurveda matter related to the conception of Garbha and Garbhotpatti is described systematically. At present time the existence of everything has been proved scientifically. Ayurveda described essential factors for pregnancy as ‘Garbhasambhav Samagri’ that is Ritu (fertile period), Kshetra (uterus), Ambu (ahara rasa, nutrition), Beeja (shukra, Shonit). These are essential factors for conception. Combination of all these factors lead to the formation of the foetus. If there is any abnormality in ‘Garbhasambhav Samagri’ it results no conception and infertility occurs. Ayurveda compares conception to the germination and sprouting of a seed into a sapling. Ayurveda discusses the importance of the quality of the sperm and ovum to form a healthy embryo as well as the soil (uterus), which provides nutrition and the right season (environment) for the seed (embryo) to grow. So for the benefits of society and nation the study of normal and abnormal feature of ‘Garbhasambhav Samagri’ will help.

Keywords: Garbha, Ritu, Kshetra, Ambu, Beeja, Shonita,Garbhadhan, Apara, Garbhotpatti.


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