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A CASE STUDY OF THE PATHOGENESIS OF KAMALA DUE TO PANDU ROGA

Dr. Vishal Mule*, Dr. Sandip Suse

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Ayurveda uses the term Kamala to designate a condition that resembles jaundice. The ailment known as Kamala in Ayurveda is linked to the pitta dosha. We can treat Kamala with Ayurvedic medications and prevent recurrence. According to legend, Pandu and Kamala are two diseases that are connected. It is also said that they share a common ancestor. When Pandu is not treated appropriately, Kamala can result, according to the saying "Pandu is nidanarthakara for Kamala." Kamala can be viewed as a result of Pandu that is untreated or that has a chronic course. So, there is a cause-and-effect relationship between Pandu and Kamala. The principles and formulations used to treat Pandu Roga and Kamala are the same.

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