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Dr. Kavita Rathiya*, Dr. Pushpa Markam, Dr. Suchita Singh


Ayurveda emphasis that all the disease are the result of weak state of Agni. Agni is the digestive and metabolic power of the body. A noncommunicable disease is a medical condition or disease that is not caused by infectious agents (non-infectious or non-transmissible). Non communicable or chronic disease are disease of long duration and generally slow progression. Now-a-days due to modernization the changes in life style are observed and the day to day regimen as prescribed in Ayurveda could not be followed properly. That’s why human beings are suffering from various types of non-communicable disease like Diabetes, Hypertension etc. Agni consist of digestive (Pak) and different kinds of hormones, enzyme and co-enzyme activities etc. which participated in digestive and metabolic functions. According to Ayurveda, health is the dynamic integration between body, soul, mind and sensory organ. It plays great emphasis in prevention and promotion of health there by preventing the disease. Therefore, main principle of treatment of all disease as per Ayurveda is to restore and to strengthen the Agni. The aim of this article is to review the important role of Agni in managing the health of healthy as well as diseased person.

Keywords: Agni, Ayurveda, Metabolism, Non-communicable disease.

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