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Significance of Jatharagni in Rhinitis

Laxmi M Naik, Naveen B S, Ajoy Viswam, Krishnan N.

Abstract
Pratishyaya [Rhinitis], the most elaborated disorder among Nasarogas has its reference scattered in various Ayurvedic texts. It is a vata kaphaja roga, occurring in all age groups. Major factors that cause diminished power of Jatharagni in human body includes the changing lifestyle and unhealthy food habits. Manda Jatharagni, if untreated leads to the formation of ama rasa. Thus, ama formed results in srotorodha which leads to avarana of udana vata by kapha, pitta and prana vata further causes
khavaigunya. Rasavaha and raktavaha srotas gets vitiated and systemic manifestations are seen. In the process, pranavaha srotas gets vitiated, manifesting local symptoms of Pratishyaya. Correction of agni is of prime importance in the treatment protocol of Pratishyaya. The modern medical science also supports the association between pulmonary and gastrointestinal pathology, though research in the field of relation between digestive metabolic factor and Rhinitis is yet to be substantiated. The current study aims to link the significance of Jatharagni in Pratishyaya (Rhinitis).

Key words: Jatharagni, Ama, Pratishyaya, Rhinitis.


 
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LMN, S NB, Viswam A, N K. Significance of Jatharagni in Rhinitis. AAM. (2021), [cited October 18, 2021]; 10(3): 297-302. doi:10.5455/AAM.105569



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, L. M. N., S, . N. B., Viswam, . A. & N, . K. (2021) Significance of Jatharagni in Rhinitis. AAM, 10 (3), 297-302. doi:10.5455/AAM.105569



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, Laxmi M Naik, Naveen B S, Ajoy Viswam, and Krishnan N. 2021. Significance of Jatharagni in Rhinitis. Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine, 10 (3), 297-302. doi:10.5455/AAM.105569



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, Laxmi M Naik, Naveen B S, Ajoy Viswam, and Krishnan N. "Significance of Jatharagni in Rhinitis." Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine 10 (2021), 297-302. doi:10.5455/AAM.105569



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, Laxmi M Naik, Naveen B S, Ajoy Viswam, and Krishnan N. "Significance of Jatharagni in Rhinitis." Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine 10.3 (2021), 297-302. Print. doi:10.5455/AAM.105569



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, L. M. N., S, . N. B., Viswam, . A. & N, . K. (2021) Significance of Jatharagni in Rhinitis. Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine, 10 (3), 297-302. doi:10.5455/AAM.105569








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