Types of Dhatu-kshaya (Depletion) and its clinical significance-A Review
Sangita choudhary, Rajendra Singh, Shri Ram Saini
Dhatu, Dhatu-kshaya, Dhatu Siddhanta.
Each Dhatu plays a distinct duty in sustaining a healthy body, and these roles will gradually deteriorate as we get older. As people age, the quality and quantity of each Dhatu diminishes (Kshaya). It appears that stem cells are unable to express their fate in order to enter the cell cycle. According to Ayurveda, the body's tissue systems are made up of seven types of fundamental tissues called Sapta Dhatus. Dhatus (bodily tissue) are created by their nutrition, and the correct functioning of the organism is dependent on them. Beginning with Rasa Dhatu (primary product of digested food), followed by Rakta (blood tissue), Mamsa (muscle tissue), Meda (fat tissue), Asthi (bone tissue), Majja (bone marrow), and ending with Sukra Dhatu (reproductive fluids), Saptadhatus are produced in a kind of progressive evolutionary metamorphosis. The previous Dhatu nourishes the next higher, and they act as the substratum for each.The constantly diminishing Dhatus are kept in a state of equilibrium by the food. This means that the Dhatus are interdependent, with an increase or decrease in one causing an increase or decrease in the other. The purpose of this review is to bring these sources together and come to a common conclusion. The paper provides a broad understanding of the concept of Dhatu-kshaya (depletion) and illustrates its practical application.
Article Details
Unique Paper ID: 154047

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 9

Page(s): 582 - 585
Article Preview & Download

Share This Article

Conference Alert


AICTE Sponsored National Conference on Smart Systems and Technologies

Last Date: 25th November 2023

SWEC- Management


Last Date: 7th November 2023

Go To Issue

Call For Paper

Volume 10 Issue 1

Last Date for paper submitting for March Issue is 25 June 2023

About Us

IJIRT.org enables door in research by providing high quality research articles in open access market.

Send us any query related to your research on editor@ijirt.org

Social Media

Google Verified Reviews