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A REVIEW ARTICLE ON THE PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY OF BODHAKA KAPHA W.S.R. SALIVA

Mukesh Saini*, Rajesh Kumar Sharma and Dinesh Chandra Sharma

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Ayurveda depicts the Doshas as three crucial standards working in external nature yet additionally entering our human instinct and in this way controlling every single physiological cycle. Dosha, Dathu, Mala together structures the premise of the body. The idea of Tridosha is a special idea of Ayurveda. Vata, pitta, and Kapha make the body. Everyone is significant with their own claim to fame. Lack of nonappearance of anyone Dosha can't fill the need of life as Kapha, Pitta and Vata are answerable for Srushti (Creation), Sthiti (Maintenance), and Laya (Destruction) of every one of the animals. Kapha is the Dosha that is liable for the making of the animals and it is the substance supporting the whole universe. The equilibrium of these elements addresses the sound state and awkwardness will cause different infections. In business, as usual, Dosha will carry out their own roles and individual Dosha will have their own particular site. Kapha Dosha is one of the useful units of the body. Kapha is practically partitioned into five kinds for example Avalambaka, Kledaka, Bodhaka, Tarpaka, Sleshaka Kapha, and so forth. Bodhaka is situated at the foundation of the tongue and throat; it helps in the view of taste as a result of the gustatory receptor being watery in nature. As per current science, the taste is a synthetic sensation. Spit by its dissolvable activity breaks up the strong food substances, so the disintegrated substances can invigorate the taste buds. The invigorated taste buds perceive the taste. Taste is impeded when the mouth is dry since substances must be tasted when in the arrangement. Taste is a synthetic sensation. By its dissolvable activity, spit disintegrates the strong food substances, so the broken-up substances can invigorate the taste buds. The invigorated taste buds perceive the taste.

Keywords: Bodhaka, Kapha, saliva, taste perception, Mucin.


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