Pooja Sabharwal

Pooja Sabharwal
Ch Brham Prakash Ayurved Charak Sansthan

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Holistic biology of Ayurveda is based on Triguna, Tanmatra, Tridosha, Saptdhatu, Oja, Agni, Ama and Srotas. Six procreative factors (Shadgarbhkarabhavas) are play a prime role in formation of embryo (Garbha) and organogenesis. It is very clear that maternal and paternal factors are mostly responsible for anatomical development, while other factors...
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Contemporary science is a bridge between Ayurveda and modern science that enlightened the old concepts and familiar to the scientific community. It has been broadly accepted in the scientific community that the physiological functions of the body is influenced by Shatchakra. The literature review of this article explain that Intercellular gap junct...
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Objective: All around the globe the COVID-19 pandemic has jolted the minds of Scientists. They are trying to find any possible measures to fight against this pandemic. There is no specific treatment available for corona virus till now and a vaccine is yet to become available until 2021. The patients suffering from COVID-19 are under physical as wel...
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In the current and contemporary scientific advancements, fundamental concept enumerated in Ayurvedic anatomy have a huge research potential. At the time conception the balanced state of Dosha in Shukra and Shonita (Artava) with normalcy of Shadgarbhakara bhava (six procreative factors) play vital role in achieving a healthy progeny while any lag in...
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This is a systematic review article in which classical literature of Ayurveda & contemporary science on subject of Garbhavakranti were explored from the library of my parent institute and other relevant sources were used. The data obtained were critically analyzed and presented. Objectives of this work are to assess lag of Shadgarbhakar Bhava for c...
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Medicine is a substance that has nutritive, curative, or preventive properties, while the term “herbal” refers to a botanical or plant-based preparation. Hence, the term “herbal medicine” is used for plant-based substances that consist of nutritive, curative, or preventive properties. Herbal medicine is an interdisciplinary branch between herbal me...
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Natural plant products have been used throughout human history for various purposes. At present, herbal products are being used to treat several health issues and conditions, as well as allergies, arthritis, migraine, fatigue, wounds, burns, gastrointestinal issues, skin infections, genetic disorders, and even cancer. Once a patient is stricken by...
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The entire world is struggling from the COVID-19 pandemics. Scientific community all around the world have been looking for any possible measure to fight against this dreadful disease. Ayurveda, the traditional Indian system of medicine, has immense potential to contribute towards this pandemic both in prevention and management. But Ayurveda frater...
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The effect of harmful diet as well as activities of the mother causes congenital anomalies. The psychology of pregnant woman may also affect the foetus growth in her womb. Vedas considered the fact that for achievement of conception, happiness and good psychology of woman is an important factor [1]. The period of pregnancy and the intrauterine envi...
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Obesity is one of the santarapanajanya vyadhi, originated as a result of deteriorated life style which includes sedentary daily routine and junk food habits. It occurs when the consumption of calories becomes more than its expenditure. It serves as an etiological factor for many diseases. It has reached to the epidemic proportion, affecting majorit...
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The physiology of body is mainly governed by dosha (body humors), dhatu(tissue factors) and mala (metabolic wastes). Three doshas are known a vata, pitta and kapha. Pitta dosha is made up of fire and water dominant pachmahabhuta (elements) but fire being more dominant.
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Ayurvedic Medicine is about restoring balance and allowing the body's inherent self Many of today's most advanced medical techniques are based on ronment prevents premalignant cells from becoming c comes abnormal, it not only allows these cells to become malignant, but also may initiate tumors." This microe vironment is clearly described in Ayurved...
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Sattva (Psychic strength) is one among three essentials of human existence (Ayu), other two are the body (Sharir) and the spirit (Atma). Health and life depends upon the proper functioning and coordination of these three entities. The knowledge of Sattva and its status provides way of maintaining positive well in accordance to Indian system of medi...

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