Manjiri Walinjkar

Manjiri Walinjkar
Gujarat Ayurved University · Kayachikitsa

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According to World Health Statistics 2011, 83 million persons in India are 60 years of age and older, representing over 7% of the nation's total population. Geriatrics is relatively new in India but Ayurveda in its eight branches dedicated one separate branch for geriatric care in the name of Jara or Rasayana which mainly deals with enhancing one's...
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Srotas Srotas Srotomula Srotomula Srotas Srotomula Srotomula Srotas Mula Srotomula Srotas Dhatu Srotomula Acharyas Srotomula Srotas Srotomula Dosha Dhatu Mala Srotas' Srotas Srotas Srotomula Srotas Acharyas Mula's Srotas Mula Srotas Acharya Mula Srotomula Srotomula Srotas Mula is a structural and functional unit of the body through which substances...
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Hypertension is a silent killer because it rarely gives symptoms before it damages the heart, brain or kidney. It is an important public health challenge in both economically developing and developed countries. It has been estimated that hypertension accounts for 6% of deaths worldwide. Although Ayurvedic classics don’t provide any direct reference...
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Background: Shvitra (vitiligo) is a kind of skin disorder comprising of white coloured skin patches which is considered as a social stigma. Worldwide prevalence of Vitiligo is observed as 1% of the total population. Due to the chronic nature, long term treatment, lack of uniform effective therapy and unpredictable course the disease is usually very...
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Skin is the largest organ of the body and constitutes 16% of the body weight. Nowadays drastic changes have occurred due to global warming, unfavorable food regimes, stress, unpredictable weather transitions etc. The vitiated external environment undoubtedly affects the body's internal ailments. Large community prevalence studies have demonstrated...

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