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Madhumita Panigrahi

Madhumita Panigrahi
Gopabandhu Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya,puri

MD (Ayu), PhD (Ayu), P. G. D. Y. N.

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Introduction
Currently m working as assistant professor in Gopabandhu Ayurveda Medical College, Puri. I have Intrest in literary and clinical research.
Additional affiliations
November 2021 - April 2022
Gopabandhu Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Puri
Position
  • Professor (Assistant)
December 2017 - December 2019
Institute of Post Graduate Teaching & Research In Ayurveda
Position
  • PhD Student
Education
December 2017 - December 2019
Institute of Post Graduate Teaching & Research In Ayurveda
Field of study
  • AYURVEDA (SAMHITA & SIDDHANTA)
May 2016 - May 2017
Gujarat Ayurved University
Field of study
  • Yoga & naturopathy
August 2014 - August 2017
Institute of Post Graduate Teaching & Research In Ayurveda
Field of study
  • AYURVEDA (SAMHITA & SIDDHANTA)

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Publications (18)
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As per the necessity and requirement of individual one may find differences in methodologies which are followed by various streams of science, but one thing which is common to all of them is the reason to find out factors responsible for a particular action. Here the action is termed as effect and the factor responsible for it is called as cause. T...
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In last a few decades, market of herbal and traditional medicines have grown up leap and bound. The main drawback of traditional medicines is a lack of stability. Hence the present Study was carried out to observe the stability of Bhringraj Vati (Eclipta alba Hassk) & Triphala Gugulu with respect to its stability against microbial contamination of...
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Hair fall is a universal problem, having affected both sexes of all races to different extents for as long as mankind has existed. For thousands of years, men and women of all countries and races have shared the tragedy of premature hair loss. In Ayurveda, disease Khalitya (Hair fall) comes under the caption of Shiroroga and Kshudrarogaby various A...
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Background: Since the past decades, there has been increasing acceptance and public interest in herbal products and therapies in both developing and developed countries. So, we cannot assure pharmaceutical industries insulation from adulterations and quality decrement. Therefore, quality control for efficacy and safety of herbal products is at prim...
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Purpose: Jara is generally venerable to all of us. In today’s era most of the people are suffering from premature aging because of changing life style, unbalanced diet, physical and mental stress etc. Rasa Vagbhata has also mentioned Pantha (excessive walking) and Manas Pratikulata (unfavorable condition to mind) as specific causes of Akalaja Jara...
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In womanhood, important physiological manifestation is Artavachakra, i.e. menstrual cycle, which gives her identity of motherhood. The concept of Garbhotpatti is compared with Ankurotpatti of plants. For the proper growth and development of any crop, four suitable conditions are required which are: Proper Rutu (Season), Proper Kshetra (cultivated l...
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Indian medicine is a scientific discipline and it had been developed by the ancient ages based on their intense clinical observations and subsequent testing. For its proper application and understanding various philosophical notions have been taken by the sage physicians as they form the fundamental constituents. When we go through the subject deal...
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Background: Beauty is not only a source of joy but also gives confidence to some extent. Ayurvedic cosmetology starts from mother’s womb and continues with Dinacharya (daily routines), Ratricharya (diet and regimen for night), Ritucharya (seasonal diet and regimen), etc. The symbiosis between cosmetology and Ayurveda is the most ancient one. With t...
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Yoga is increasingly promoted by yoga educators and in media as a beneficial practice with the potential to address the health concerns of women, in particular those tied to hormonal changes and the aging process. It has a significant role in women's healthcare in many urban and rural areas. In addition to the physical 13 postures (asana) hatha yog...
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Woman should be considered as a most important valuable jewel as the four fold objectives of life, progeny, happiness, all can be attained only through her. Her life is spread into different stages due to some anatomical and physiological changes in body. She responds very differently in different stages of her lives. Menopause is a natural phase w...
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WHO defines it as "Any substance or product that is used or intended to be used to modify or explore physiological systems or pathological states for the benefit of the recipient is called drug." According to the Ayurvedic principles, a drug or therapy should not be only having pacifying effect on disease, but also it must not create any adverse ef...
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Abstract-Vyanga is one of the kshudra roga characterized by the presence of shyava varna mandalas (bluish –black patches), prasrita rupa on face especially from Haramekhala 4th chapter. It is one of the most common diseases as regards the face is concerned. In pathology of vyanga we mainly found the involvement of of vata, pitta and rakta doshas. T...
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According to the World Health Organization (WHO), some 3.4 billion people in the developing world depend on plant based traditional medicines. This represents about 88% of the world's inhabitants, who rely mainly on traditional medicine for their primary health care 1. Ayurveda aims at the preservation of good health apart from mitigation of diseas...
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In modern Era, physicians come across so many patients suffering from the disease Yuvanpidika. The incidence of Yuvanpidika is increasing day by day due to the fast lifestyle. In Sushrut samhita, Yuvanpidika is mentioned under Kshudra rogas. As per Modern science the symptoms of Yuvanpidika resembles Acne vulgaris. Acne is a chronic inflammatory di...
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Maharishi Sushruta was the first to give a detail and separate description of the disease Vyanga in Nidana Sthana chapter 13 (Kshudra Rogadhikar). It is characterized by the presence of Shyava Varna, Nirujam, Tanu mandala on face. It is common and usually harmless but for cosmetic reasons, it is nuisance to those who have it. As per Modern science...
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Abhyanga is the oldest of all techniques for healing, preventing diseases and promoting health. Ongoing through the ancient texts, it is evident that Abhyanga is one of the consequential Ayurvedic procedure practiced since the dawn of civilization. It has been included as a part of Dinacharya as a health maintenance and as the treatment major for c...

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Archived project
This project work has done by 1st B.A.M.S. students. 1st B.A.M.S. students study only Ashtanga Hridaya Sutrasthana as per their syllabus. That's why contents of this project work refer only to the Ashtanga Hridaya Sutrasthana.
Archived project
This project work has done by 1st B.A.M.S. students. 1st B.A.M.S. students study only Ashtanga Hridaya Sutrasthana as per their syllabus. That's why contents of this project work refer only to the Ashtanga Hridaya Sutrasthana.
Archived project
This project work has done by 1st B.A.M.S. students. 1st B.A.M.S. students study only Ashtanga Hridaya Sutrasthana as per their syllabus. That's why contents of this project work refer only to the Ashtanga Hridaya Sutrasthana.