Dr. Monika* and Sonika Sudan


Ayurveda is the prehistoric holistic medical methodology which aims towards maintaining the health in its utmost normalcy by various preventive regimes to be adopted rather than treating and curing the diseases. The main objective of Ayurveda is to preclusion instead of the cure and treatment. Various primeval authors of Ayurveda have written Samhitas regarding the preventive and curing the ailments if occurred. Body is made up of tissues i.e. termed as Dhatu in Ayurveda. Rasadhatu is the main formed Dhatu from essence of food at the level of its metabolic transformation. As it is the Dhatu that can deliver predecessor material for the establishment of all other Dhatu, it is of principal significance in nourishment, improvement and preservation of the body. Rasa delivers fluidity to circulating rakta; it is the fluid that transmits dissolved nutrients. Salts and sugar are the supreme significant among nutrients. As a result, taking nutritional fluid is the best way to replenish rasa. The rasadhatu, being made up of the element water, has similar qualities with kapha. Rasa dhatu has potentials very similar to kapha dosha, which is made up of jala and prithvi. In the formation of the dhatus, kapha is the mala (waste product) produced during formation of rasadhatu. Some of the utmost mutual and important problems arise when a person becomes sthool or krish, it is due to the rasa dhatu as well. Sthaulya and karshya in themself is due to many other diseases or we can say these diseases are the arrangement of many other diseases. The quality of the rasa dhatu is reliant upon the health of agni, or digestive fire. Food and liquid are initially digested in the gastro intestinal tract and, turned into ahara rasa. This fluid then further undergo metabolism by the rasagni to form rasa dhatu.

Keywords: Rasa Dhatu, Aahar Rasa, Rasagni.

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