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“ VARIOUS METHODS OF PAIN MANAGEMENT IN AYURVEDA. ”Dr.Sonal A. Shah1, Dr.Jayshri Patil2 1.Professor, Dept. of Kayachikitsa, LRP Ayurveda College and Research Centre, Islampur, Maharashtra Email Address: [email protected] Contact no.-07972759476 2. Professor, Dept. of Swasthavrutta, LRP Ayurveda College and Research Centre, Islampur, Maharashtra

“ VARIOUS METHODS OF PAIN MANAGEMENT IN AYURVEDA. ”Dr.Sonal A. Shah1, Dr.Jayshri Patil2 1.Professor, Dept. of Kayachikitsa, LRP Ayurveda College and Research Centre, Islampur, Maharashtra Email Address: [email protected] Contact no.-07972759476 2. Professor, Dept. of Swasthavrutta, LRP Ayurveda College and Research Centre, Islampur, Maharashtra

ABSTRACT
The whole world is fighting with pain. Pain is protective body mechanism, which alerts the person about the
harmful condition or experience that occurs in the body. In Ayurveda Vata dosha is the root cause of all types of
pain (Shoola). „Vatadrute Nasti Ruja‟. As mentioned by Acharya Sushruta The concept of pain in Ayurveda is
based on the fundamental theories of Tridoshas, Triguna, Srotas and Ojas1. Associated Doshas with the Vata can
alter the type and intensity of the pain as dull aching and from sharp neuralgic pain to burning pain in Kapha and
Pitta associated Vata doshas respectively. Many people have a false belief that Ayurveda is not good in curing acute
pain and Ayurvedic medicines should only be consumed in chronic pain and it always give very slow result but the
thing is they are unaware of the wonderful management of Ayurveda.
Keywods: Pain, Shoola, Dosha

 

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