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Dr. Vishranti Jumnake*, Dr. R. S. Dhimdhime, Dr. Pooja Shaha and Dr. Priti Pusam


Ayurveda is the heritage of health care and a way of life. Dosha, Dhatu and Mala are the basic principles on which our entire Ayurveda is based. These three are in equal balanced proportion is very important to maintain our human body and keep it in a disease free state. Disturbance of dosha, dhatu and mala results many disorders which require correction so as to help the patient clinically. Fortunately, ancient science of Ayurveda has propagated various principles and disease related measures, in order to restore health. Ayurvedic approach to urinary system is highly logical, conceptual and scientific. Normal functions of living organism are human physiology when there is disturbance of human physiology there is pathology occurs. So it is most important to know Ayurveda physiology. Urinary system of human body is explained in various Ayurveda text books. Ayurveda is a complete “A holistic approach to urinary health considers diet, lifestyle and environmental issues. Here review role of Mala i.e. Mootra with principles of Ayurveda, Mootra in relation to Dosha, Dhatu, Mala, Sara, Prakriti. Ayurveda is a complete, conventional, efficient and popular ancient medical system practiced in India. The aim of this review to upgrade the knowledge related to ayurvedic physiology of urinary system so as to prevent, diagnose and can treat the disorders of urinary system. Ayurveda is a global need of the day because treatment is effective and also safe is the unmatched quality of Ayurveda. In this article expanding ayurvedic human physiology and also highlighting the diseased condition.

Keywords: Physiology, Urinary system, Dosha, Dhatu, Mala, Mootra.

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