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AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF VATARAKTA (GOUT) - A CASE STUDY

Dr. Shamal Sutar* and Dr. Sangita Ghodake

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Ayurveda describes Vatarakta as a condition involving an imbalance of the Vata Dosha that affects the Rakta Dhatu. Vayu is made worse by long rides on animals like elephants, camels, and horses, and Rakta, or blood, is vitiated by the consumption of Lavana, Amla, Katu, Kshara, etc. The Rakta, or blood, is further contaminated by the vitiated Vata, whose pathways are covered by Rakta. Later, Vayu's tainted blood burns the whole blood supply to the body and draws toward the limbs. Vatarakta is the name for these vitiated Vata and Rakta. Vatarakta and gout may share etiopathology, according to some research.

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