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Dr. Shamma Sharma*, Dr. Triveni and Dr. Anil Sharma


In Ayurveda, the term “Agni” is used to describe the quintessence of digestion and metabolism. Agni, in Sanskrit literally means fire; it is the component within the body that is responsible for the subtle transformative processes associated with the digestion, all the way through to the functions of cellular metabolism. There are numerous varieties of Agni located through out the body that are classified by their specific functions at different levels, however the Agni located in the digestive system known as “Jatharagni” is considered to be most important. A good digestive system is also the key to a long and disease free life and secret to a good life actually lies in our gut that‟s why in Ayurveda when treating specific disease; it is essential to correct digestive function regardless of the nature of the condition as root cause of all diseases is Mandagni. Agni is considered as one of the Pranas in Ayurveda and balanced state of Agni is responsible for a healthy person. If digestive function is impaired food, medicine will not be as effective in reaching their targeted site. This article laid emphasis on the role of Ayurvedic herbs in maintaining Agni that works at different levels in our body to sustain our health.

Keywords: Agni, Mandagni, Jathargani, Prana, Ayurevda.

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