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Naga Lakshmi Bhavanasi* and IS Vani


Rasadhatu is one of the Sapthadhathu in our body. During the process of digestion, initially the nourishing part of food is transformed into Rasadhatu. Later, it helps in the formation of remaining dhatus. Ama is a condition when the food is incompletely or partially digested. Thus formed Ama mixes with first formed dhatu i.e Rasadhatu and transforms into Samarasa which will be circulated in body and manifesting symptoms such as body pains, stiffness in body or joints, fever, palpitations, drowsiness, lack of concentration, dyspepsia, heaviness of body. Rasadhatu kshaya is a condition when Rasadhatu depletes in body and manifests as intolerance towards sound. Case Report and management: A 60 years old female patient presented with acute onset of right knee joint pain, swelling and gradually stiffness of it. Within 12 hours of initial symptoms she developed high grade fever, restlessness and intolerance to noise. She was diagnosed as a case of Rasadhatu dushti and treated accordingly. Outcome: patient responded to treatment well with gradually decreasing symptoms with in 12 hours of treatment Message: Rasadushti (vitiation of Rasadhatu) can be caused by various factors. Identification of pinpoint symptoms is important to treat a disease.

Keywords: Rasadhathu, Sama, kshaya, Ayurvedic Treatment.

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