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Dr. Priyanka Firoda*, Dr. Sudesh Kumar Bhambu and Dr. Nisha Gupta


Changing life style of 21st century has endangered quality life of mankind and brought into existence the kind of diseases never heard or remotely heard diseases earlier in Samhita. This stressful life style has brought degeneration in Bala and resulted in the immune system related diseases like Anurjata. There are many allergic diseases mounting in incidence every day, one of them is allergic asthma. The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates 300 million individuals have asthma worldwide, a figure that could increase to 400 million by 2025 if trends continue. In Ayurveda, there is not any direct reference regarding Anurjata (allergy) but various Hetus like raja Dhuma and vata etc. indicate the genesis of Shvasa by allergens also. These allergens directly penetrate into the Pranavaha Srotas and produce Achaya-Koptaya attack of Shvasa Roga. Shvasa is a Tridoshaja Vyadhi and so in Anurjata. This Dhumapana therapy seems to be directly effective on Pranavaha Srotas and can bring soothing results in the patients of allergic asthma. For this objective Manashiladi Dhuma has been selected for the study. This can prove more beneficial than inhalers and nebulizers and can be established as standard therapeutic measure to control the Shvasa Roga.

Keywords: Anurjata, Bala, Dhuma, Tamaka Shvasa.

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