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Hepatic Disorders: Ayurvedic Perspective

Nishant Shukla



Kamla is a very common disease in our country. It is difficult to diagnose. If properly diagnosed, the Sadhya: asadhyat (prognosis or curability and incurability) can be forecasted easily. The patient also can be informed what treatment is to be given. Varieties: Ayurvedic classics give two types of Kamla, viz Kosthashrit and Shakhashrit (caraka sutra while in chikitsa 16 maharishi Caraka has classified the same in two different names: (1) Koshtha: Shakhasrit and (2) Shakhashrit Kamla are given. Kamla can occur as a result of faulty treatment also; in other words Kamla can also be produced as an iatrogenic disorder also.

Keywords: Kamla, Kosthashrit, Sadhya: asadhyat

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Nishant Shukla. Hepatic Disorders: Ayurvedic Perspective. Research & Reviews: A Journal of Drug Formulation, Development and Production. 2016; 3(3): 55–59p.


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