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PHYSIOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL ROLE OF MARMA: AN AYURVEDA PERSPECTIVE

Dr. Rakesh Kapoor* and Dr. Amardeep Singh

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Ayurveda mentioned some vital parts of body as Prana sthana which also considered as Marma Sthanas. Marma Sthana reveals the qualities of region of the body where they reside and are associated with Doshas. Marma Chikitsa (therapy) helps in clearing the Srotas and thus improves the circulation of body. Marma Sthana helps in developing physical and mental flexibility, stimulation of vital points and removes Ama. Marma Chikitsa helps in flowing positive Prana through the various Srotas by putting pressure on Marma sthanas. This Prana helps in treating diseases such as headache, joint pain, Hridaya Roga and mental stress etc. Marma sthana stimulate various systems like neuromuscular, nervous, locomotory and circulatory system. Marma points are considered as the physiological junction of Mamsa, Sira, Snayu, Asthi and Sandhi. Some Ayurveda scholars have mentioned importance of Marma in surgery. It is believed that if pressure is applied on specific Prana sthana it can create the anesthetic as well as analgesic effect.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Prana, Marma, Chikitsa, Srotas.


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