Study of the Human Physiological Aspect of all Component of Medo Dhatu

Authors

  • Lalit Kumar Meena PG Scholar, PG Department of Kriya Sharir, Madan Mohan Malviya Govt. Ayurved College, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.
  • Ashok Kumar Sharma Professor & HOD, PG Department of Kriya Sharir, Madan Mohan Malviya Govt. Ayurved College, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.
  • Kishori Lal Sharma Associate Professor, PG Department of Kriya Sharir, Madan Mohan Malviya Govt. Ayurved College, Udaipur, Rajasthan, India.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47070/ayushdhara.v11i1.1497

Keywords:

Medodhatu, Medodhatu Vikriti, Physiology, Snehatwa

Abstract

According to Ayurveda, human physiology is dependent on the balance of Dosha, Dhatu, and Mala. Dhatus are regarded to be one of the body's most fundamental functioning and structural components. According to Ayurveda, human physiology consists of seven primary Dhatus. Medo Dhatu ranks fourth among the seven Dhatus. Lipids are discussed in terms of Sneha Dravya in Ayurveda, which includes Meda, Vasa, Majja, and so on. Sneha is the essence of our bodies. Acharya Sushruta states that the human body is made up of Snehasara, the most Vishuddhatara form of Sneha, and that Prana is dependent on it. Meda is mostly found in Udara, although it is also known as Sarakta Meda in Anu (little) Asthi and Majja in Sthoola (big) Asthi. Mamsa contains a pure form of Meda known as Vasa. Although these three are the most visible Sneha sites, Meda Dhatu is given special attention because of their relevance in lipid metabolism and participation in the development of numerous metabolic illnesses such as Medoroga and Prameha. The present review article focused on all physiological component of Medodhatu and its role in maintaining the physiology.

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Published

07-03-2024

How to Cite

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Lalit Kumar Meena, Ashok Kumar Sharma, Kishori Lal Sharma. Study of the Human Physiological Aspect of all Component of Medo Dhatu. Ayushdhara [Internet]. 2024Mar.7 [cited 2024Apr.13];11(1):120-3. Available from: https://ayushdhara.in/index.php/ayushdhara/article/view/1497