A REVIEW ON IMPORTANCE OF PATHYA-APATHYA IN PANCHAKARMA release_jlfnwcftijdynmtmjgy27zzifm

by Haripriya Vasudev, Anagha B. R., Madhushree H. S, Ganesh Puttur

Published in International Research Journal of Pharmacy by Moksha Publishing House.

2022   Volume 13, p5-10

Abstract

Pathya (compatible to health) Apathya (unwholesome) refers to proper diet and regimens. Keeping diet as part of our daily routine helps us to maintain a healthy lifestyle. In terms of Ayurveda, it is also a vital part of the chikitsa (treatment). Each Panchakarma (five internal bio-cleansing therapies) procedure has its own restrictions for diet and regimens, each of which has its own relevance and importance. This article explains about the different pathya (wholesome) apathyas (unwholesome) told with respect to Poorva (preparatory procedures), Pradhana (main therapeutic procedures) and Pashchat karma (post -therapy procedures) of different Panchakarma (five internal bio-cleansing therapies) procedures in detail.
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