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Antarsingh Kanash*, Yogesh Wane, Prakash Joshi and Harsh Pastore


Pathya and Apathya Ahara (dietary consideration) is an important component of every prescription in Ayurveda therapy. Sometimes, Pathya– Apathya (dietary management) is itself a complete treatment. All drugs and diet which dislodge the various Doshas but do not expel them out of the body are to be regarded as unwholesome or Apathya. The Apathya or unwholesomeness or otherwise of drugs (Dravya) depends upon various other extraneous condition like dose, quantity, time etc. Judging from the various conditioning factors, even the most tasteful object might turn out to be unwholesome or vice versa. Skin is the largest organ in the body and covers an area of approximately 1.4 to 2 M. The skin protects the body from harmful agents such as ultraviolet light, chemical and infective organisms in the atmosphere. Skin also regulates body temperature, gathers sensory inputs from the environment, stores water, fat, and vitamin D, and plays a role in the immune system protecting from the disease.

Keywords: Pathya, apathy, skin.

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