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PARIHARYA VISHAYA IN PANCHAKARMA

Dr. Devyani Sanghani, Dr. Sangeeta H. Toshikhane* and Dr. Kritika Thakur

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The aim of Ayurveda is to promote and preserve the health, strength and longevity of the healthy person and to cure the disease in the ailing and afflicted. It has been considered equally essential to follow the dietic rules and regulations for a successful treatment. Ayurveda consists of three important factors for health and disease i.e., Aushadha (drugs), Ahara (diet), Vihara (conducts). Ayurveda is a science which has given importance to diet and regimen as a part of Chikitsa. Pathya- Apathya has a major supportive role in the management of diseases. In some stages of Vyadhi, following Pathya and avoiding Apathya is enough to cure the disease. Amongst the Chikitsa mentioned Panchakarma Chikitsa is of utmost priority as it deals with both diseased and in maintenance of health. Panchakarma comprises of the five Sodhana modalities i.e., Vamana, Virechana, Basti, Nasya and Raktamokshana. In addition, Snehana, Swedana and Samsarjana Krama is an integral part in Panchakarma treatment. Ayurveda Acharyas had explained Pariharya Vishaya for Panchakarma treatment. Dietic & behavioral restriction which should be observed before, during and after the course of Panchakarma therapy are called as Pariharya Vishaya. The factors such as Agni, Agni Avastha, Dosha, Doshavastha, Dhatu, Vyadhi, Vyadhivastha should be taken into due consideration before planning Pathya- Apathya in Panchakarma. Panchakarma when practiced in association with Pathya Apathya can help to manage all Vyadhis and also preserve health in Swastha; thus, improving standard of living of mankind. Keywords: Panchakarma, Pathya-Apathya, Pariharya Vishaya

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