Role of Viruddhahara in Ayurveda w.s.r. to Deshviruddha and Kaalaviruddha Aahara


  • Shilpa Shankarrao Walkikar HOD & Associate Professor, Dept. of Swasthavritta, A & U Tibbia College & Hospital, Karol Bagh, New Delhi, India



Virudhhahara, Desh Viruddha, Kaal Viruddha, Agni, Ama


Ayurveda is an ancient system of medicine in India. It is a science and specialty of sensible carrying on those aids in achieving life expectancy. It puts a compliment on obstruction and recovery medicines despite different ways to deal with sanitizing and recovery. It can help each person with reaching the right decisions about their food, lifestyle, and exercise to re-establish a decent game plan between their body, cerebrum, and care, to re-establish a decent generally speaking plan between their body, mind, and care, thusly finishing the spread of disorders. Some unsatisfactory eating schedules, penchants, lifestyles, problematic food blends (e.g., milk and fish, melons and grain, yogurt, and meat or cooked Madhu, etc), periodic changes, checked sentiments, and stress factors can all act either together or freely to change the harmony of Vata, Pitta, and Kapha. According to the possibility of the explanation, either Vata, Pitta, or Kapha go through intensification or craziness which impacts the Agni (gastric fire) and makes Ama (harms). This Ama enters the circulatory framework and is circumnavigated all through the body, plugging up the channels. Systems for upkeeps of toxic substances in the blood achieve toxemia. This assembled noxiousness, when profoundly grounded, will step by step impact Prana (vital life energy), Ojas (obstruction), and Tejas (cell metabolic energy) and result in afflictions. This can be nature's undertaking at killing the harmfulness from the body. Each alleged contamination is a crisis of Ama noxiousness. Ama is the crucial inside justification behind all ailments, due to the annoyed Doshas.


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Shilpa Shankarrao Walkikar. Role of Viruddhahara in Ayurveda w.s.r. to Deshviruddha and Kaalaviruddha Aahara. Ayushdhara [Internet]. 2023Sep.9 [cited 2024Feb.26];10(Suppl4):65-70. Available from: