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  • Amruta Bindu +˜ÌßtÌ Î–ÌzÙù @ÈÚßä}Ú ¸M¥Úß Editor in Chief Editor Dr.G.B.Patil Dr.K.Siva Rama Prasad Volume 1, Issue 1 Inaugural Issue September 2000 DYNAMICS OF ABHYANGA Message from Editor in Chief Dr. G.B.Patil Dr.Siva Rama Prasad Kethamakka Principal, DGMAMC Reader in Kayachikitsa, Dear readers, PGARC, DGMAMC In the world of information and Infor- mation Technology, every thing should be put in an informative way. Proper communica- 1. Physical pressure moving the fluids in in- tion is the key of successful way to enter in ternal environment to the world of information. The Abhyanga is acting over the skin, It is the responsibility of us to have a which is a seat of vata. The skin not only a seat ray of hope regarding the primordial health of vata but also for Lasika (lymph). Thus the science, through our great ancient Ayurvedic lymphatic drainage will be the prime effect of science. Now it is the need of the hour to Abhyanga. Lymph possesses a relatively large put before the world, as it is more eager to amount of the amino acid tryptophan, especially accept our science whole-heartedly. when compared with the dietary intake. It like- “The greater becomes the horizon of knowledge”. wise has a large amount of albumin (protein), Some of the renowned successful glucose and histaminase (breaks down hista- Ayurvedic personalities do not reveal their mine). inner force of Ayurvedic knowledge; it is the opinion and complaint, which is true up to Continued on page 2 some extent. So, I feel it is the bounden duty of one and all specially teachers of Ayurveda INSIDE THIS ISSUE to spread the life force of this great science. Just to fulfill the humble desire now I 1 Message from Editor in Chief - Dr. G.B. Patil feel great pleasure to put in your hands this 1 Dynamics of Abhyanga - Dr.K.Siva Rama Prasad first issue of AMRUTA BINDU monthly news- 3 Slokas for recitation letter of magazine, which is published by 4 Editorial, Unsolved Case, DGM Campus NEWS Publication Division of our reputed Institu- tion. Our eminent editorial board has de- 5 Ama in Biochemical version - Dr.A.K. Panda cided to incorporate interesting, informative 6 @ºÚ´ÀMVÚ¥Ú @ÈÚ}ÛÁÚVÚ×Úß - Dr.S.H. Doddamani articles through this magazine. I gladly wel- 7 A¾ÚßßÈæ%Þ¥ÛÎÚoOÚÈÚáé - Dr.Y.S. Mudigoudar come your kind suggestions and opinions 7 AÈÚߥæàÞÎÚ _P}ÛÓ - Dr. C.M. Sarangamath to strengthen the quality of the forth-coming issues of Amruta Bindu.Amruta Bindu September 2000
  • Continued from page 1 At present context we have to remember that hu-Hypothetically, blood aminoacids like tryp- man body is made of metallic and also non-metal-tophan increase after massage. An increase lic compositions and subjected for magnetic Me-in plasma tryptophan subsequently causes ridian. From physics, we learned that any object isa parallel increase in the neurotransmitter being rubbed towards one-direction get electrically(chemical between nerve endings) at motor charged. The same is going to happen in the bodyend plates, and serotonin, which is made from surface area and the charged molecules will attracttryptophan. Serotonin has been implicated the molecules of succeptive and drag them fromin several phychiatric diseases with low lev- sakha to kosta, by interrupting the doshadooshyaels of metabolite found by researchers in de- sammurchana.pression and schizophrenia. Giving albuminbound protein tryptophan to the brain with Secondly by such charging, the conductiv-proper diet and massage should theoretically ity of nerves will be increased. The normal velocityincrease brain serotonin. In practise the of electric conductivity in a nerve fiber is said asabhyanga relieves systems like those caused 0.5 meter per second which may go up to 100by serotonin depletion, anxiety, irritability, etc. meters per second. In nerve fiber electricity is dis- charged in regular intervals and moves in circular The fluids of internal environment sub- pattern. Interruption to the momentum or hyper elec-jected for movement because of osmotic trical discharges results in to the state of disease.pressure and hydrostatic pressure. Here Treatment is said as rectification of the state of dis-abhyanga causes mechanical hydrostatic turbance. Thus the method of Abhyanga, whichpressure in the extra cellular compartment depolarises the excessive electrical charge in, ex-i.e, In the peripheral vascular area. A forceful ited state of nerves and also induces perfectexpulsion from peripheral vessels causes charged phizo electricity to bring into normalcy.splanchenic pooling of the blood. It helps fluidto enter in to visera and tissues and dilutes 3. Physical pressure acting as counter irritantthe toxins accumulated. When it refills theperipheral vessels after the completion of pro- While doing abhyanga pressure is applied.cedure the diluted toxins are brought in to That pressure acts as an irritant to the surface andgeneral circulation and in due course of elimi- the effect of irritation produced as the effect of in-nation procedures such as vamana and flammation and color - rise of local temperature andvirechana they are oozed or pulled in to gut dolor - mild pain is produced. And robor -rising theand expelled. peripheral vascularisation is witnessed at the end of procedure, which fill the splanchenum during the2. Physical pressure causing electrical procedure. This shuffling of extra cellular compart-charge to the body - phizoelectricity. ment fluid makes the sedentary or accumulated impurities at the level of tissues to move, said in Phizo electricity is said as pressure Ayurveda as movement of doshas from sakha toelectricity. Today we witness different modes kosta. In various conditions of vata disorders whereof generation of electricity, such as thermal, pain is a symptom, the counter irritation producedhydro, nuclear etc. The phizo electricity is by massage cures by its classical color and roborderived from friction and pressure. This actions, by which phagocytosis occurs.theory was invented in 1880. Phizoelectricitydeveloped from Tormalin quartz is more used 4. Physical pressure acting over skinin Watch, Microphone and Phonographic in-dustries. The main objective of Abhyanga is creating softness in the external skin and smoothing of in- ternal visera and tissues. When softness is induced Here in Ayurveda we may not be us- in skin, the skin becomes lustrous, attains com-ing the term of phizo electricity, but the tech- plexion and colour. More over an oily or unctuousnique leads to the same effect. When utiliz- skin is going to prevent the body from exposure ofing a medium of unctuous substance to re- heat and dust. The depositions of dust and untidyduce the friction, a good amount of rhythm if particles are going to cleansed and cleaned physi-uses a specific pressure developed and cre- cally by applying the pressure, especially proce-ates magnetic field and electricity in the body. dures such as udgharshana. Continued on page 3Amruta Bindu 2 September 2000
  • 5. Physical pressure acting over Neural controls Slokas for recitation +®õÌWóÌÀþzù™Ìâ ²ÌÜw̲yÌ̘̍ÌÆ - DFòÌzù¨ÌÌâ%Œ™Ì̙Ì: At motor end plates acetylcholine actsas transmitter in the presence of Calcium ion zùÌâ­ÌŒÌÌtÌ̡٘ôÌ ˜ÌÜ¡Éô Í·þ zâù·þ²™Ì -and facilitates synaptic action potential. The Functions of Dosha, Dhatu and Malanerve fiber have a myelinated sheet where lip- tÌÉ ZÌ¡ô:*ids are the chief ingredients. Na (sodium) and =t²ÌÌ·þÌZ_̲Ì͍̫ÌÌ²Ì ZÌâ®õÌ¥ÌâȌÌë¥ÌtÌʍÌæ: **1** âK (potassium) ions are responsible forrepolarisation in the nerve fiber. Out of electro- ²Ì˜™ÌOOÌt™ÌÌ ZÌ ŒÌÌtÌ܍Ì̘ÌKÌÌsÌÌÉ ÌÌhõ¥ÌâÌZÌ *lytes calcium, Hydrogen, sodium and potassium +ÌÙOÌ߸þÌt™ÌÍ¥ÌFßòtÌ:, ͏ÌuÌÉ ÌHòšÜ­˜Ìzù¨ÌʍÌæ: **2**produce depolarisation and chlorine and potas- KÌÙuÌßn÷ƝûÍZ̏Ìë—Ì̘ÌâŒÌ̌ÌÕ¨ÌÌæ™ÌÊt̍Ì٘ÌÌzÊù¥Ìæ:*sium are responsible for hyper polarisation. This ªâô­˜ÌÌ Ñ²y̜út¥ÌÍ´ÌOŒÌt¥Ì ²ÌэŒÌ–̍ŒÌK̘ÌÌÍzù͗Ì:**3**action with the association of melatonin abyproduct of serotonin also synthesized from ÌëÕs̍ÌÉ ‘Ìե̍ÌÉ ¡âôÌ: ´Ìâ·þÌ⠌Ì̜ús̏ÌܜúsÌâ *tryptophan is a neuro chemical causes pleas- O̗ÌÌätÌÌzù©Ì ŒÌÌtÌ܍ÌÌÉ ¬Ìâ¯öÉ Fò˜ÌÊ Fêò˜ÌÌt²˜Ìßt̘ÌÆ **4**antness and calming effects in the process of +¥Ì®õ˜—Ì: Ìٜúխ̲™Ì, ˜ÌÜw̲™Ì Iâòzù¥ÌÌ·þÌ˜ÌÆ *massage. Apart from the effect said the toxins ²¥Ìâzù²™Ì Iâòzùͥ̌ÌßÍtÌ:which are settled in the nerve fiber or myelinated Increased Dosha, Dhatu and Mala lakshanasheet and interrupting the conductivity of thenerve impulse are drained out by the exertion of ¥Ìß~ù²tÌÙ FÙòûtÌâ%̡͍ô: **5**physical pressure on peripheral nerve endings, Fǫ̀™ÌÊFòÌ­s™Ì =­sÌFò̘Ìt¥ÌFò˜Ì̍ÌÌ·þ¨ÌFßò|ù·þ̍ÌÆ *especially motor and also sensory. –Ì¡ô͍̇âùэ‡ù™Ì—Ìë¨ÌÌë¡ô̗̏Ìë˜ÌzùՍÌtÌÌ: **6** É ÌÕtÌÍ¥Ìs˜ÌÜw̍ÌâwÌt¥ÌFÆòKÌÜuÌßn÷ÆzùÌ·þ̟Ì͍̇ùtÌÌ:* ͏Ìu̘ÌÆ6. Physical pressure acting over Hormonal controls ªâô­˜ÌÌ%ÍOÌî²ÌzùÌÌë²ÌâFòÌ¡ô²™ÌOÌÌæœú¥Ì˜ÌÆ **7** Melitonin, a newly discovered brain hor- «Ìæt™Ì¨Ìæt™ÌªôyÌWót¥ÌÉ «Ì̲ÌFò̲ÌÌÍtÌ͍̇ùtÌÌ: *mone is rhythmatically secreted in the pineal œú²ÌÌâ%ÍÌ ªâô­˜Ì¥ÌtÌÆgland of the brain. Radioactive tryptophan has œúHòÉ Í¥Ì²ÌÌʟÌÕ·þͥ̇ùŒÌՍÌÆ **8**been found to accumulate in pineal, so we canassume the pineal uses it to form serotonin and FÙò¯ö¥ÌÌtÌ̳Ì͏ÌuÌ̳ÌOÌٟ˜ÌÌâÌFÙò¨ÌFò̡̘ôÌ:*melatonin. The pineal gland has a diurnal rhythm ¥™ÌWóÌÍOÌîÌ̲̘˜ÌÌâ·þœúHòRÆóÌâw̘ÌÜwÌtÌÌ: **9**and is sensitive to light. During the day the pi- ˜ÌÌɲÌÉ OÌsn÷̖ÌÙzùOÌëэyÌOÌsn÷̝ûzùœú¥ÌßÍ~ùtÌÌ:* Ê âneal produces high levels of serotonin, and atnight produces high levels of melatonin. Melato- FòslöÌÍzù­¥Ì̘͌ÌÌɲÌÉ ZÌnin has been found to decrease thyroid activity, ẗù˜Ìâzù²tÌyÌÌ ¬Ì˜Ì˜ÌÆ **10**adrenal and gonadal activity as well as diminish +ŸÌâ%ÍÌ ZÌâÍ®õtÌâ «Ì̲ÌÉ Ñ²•òFÆò²t̍ÌÌâzùœú¡ô˜–̘̍ÌÆ*growth hormone and melanocyte stimulating +²y™ÌŒ™Ì²y™Ì͌ÌzùtÌÌÉ©Ìhormone levels. In all, melatonin decreases pro-tein synthesis in the hypothalmus and pituitary, ˜ÌaÌÌ ÌâwÌÌWóOÌÌæœú¥Ì˜ÌÆ **11**resulting in a decrease in six of the seven ante- Ì¥ÌʲÌÙ ²yÌÜ¡ô˜ÌÜ¡ôÌÍÌ FÙò™ÌÌÊtFßòZÈôÌs™ÌÉûÍ­Ì ZÌ *rior pituitary hormones (three of six confirmed in +Ít̵ÌÕFò̘ÌtÌÌÉ ¥Ìß~ùÉ ¨ÌÙFòêÉ ¨ÌÙFêǫ̀˜Ìœú՘ÌÍÌ **12**man). Melatonin turns down the body’s hormonal FÙòKÌÌ¥Ì̌˜Ì̘̍ÌÌhõ̏â ÌÉ OÌÌæœú¥ÌÉ ¥ÌâzùÌÌÉ ¨ÌFßòtÌÆ*activity. Giving melaronin to human results insleep or sedation (depending upon the dose and ˜ÌÜwÌÉ tÌÙ ¥ÌѲtÌ͍̲tÌÌâzùÉ FßòtÌâ%™ÌFßòt̲ÌÉbÌtÌ̘ÌÆ **13**way of administration), vivid dreams, EEG ²¥ÌâzùÌ%͏̲¥ÌâzùzùÌOÌʍŒ™ÌFòsnÜ÷: —**14* â æchanges which resemble those of a meditative ¬«Ú­ ÑÚ¬ÔÚstate, and a feeling of well being and moderate ¯Ã¾ßæ Þ,elation. ¬«Ú­ ÑÚ¬ÔÚÈÞ ¥æàÞÎÚÑÛÈÚßÀ Ú æ Ayurveda explains the action of abhyanga ¬«Ú­ @VÚÄßÉOæ¾ßÞ ¥æàÞÎÚÈçæ ÎÚÈßÀ æ Úas Brimhana, sodhana and Shamana. The fur- ¬Þ¬ÄÇ¥Ú ÈÛ}ÚÈ´âÚ ¸ÁÚßVÛؾÚßM}æther precessional analysis has to be elucidated ¬Þ¬ÄÇ¥Ú ¯}ÚÈ´âÚ DÂÈÚ eÛÊžßM}æ ¡ æ Úby scientific methodology under the shade of ¬Þ¬ÄÇ¥Ú OڱȴâÚ }Ú{ÞÁæÁ_¥ÚM}æ. Ú | æscientific knowledge. sÛ.G.GÑé.®ÛmæÞÄ (@M~ÈÚß GM.t. )Amruta Bindu 3 September 2000
  • It is a very happy occasion as such publica-tion division of PGARC, DGMAMC, Gadagmotivating its Newsletter “Amruta Bindu” in By Dr. Veeresh.B.Kotturshetty ththe new millennium. August 12 2000Last year we launch “Essentials of Basic On the occasion of first death anniversaryAyurveda concepts” by Dr.V.V.S.Sastry. Hu- of former PG professor late Dr. V.V.S.Sastry aman needs are huge and depend upon na- guest lecture delivered by Sri Udaya Chaitanyature always. He will be more depend upon Swamiji of Chinmaya mission, Bangalore. The sub-physician. Thus in Mahabharata it is said to ject is “ Our heritage and youth’s of today”. HeYudhistar - expressed the importance of religion and heritage in traditional Ayurveda along with the responsibility of youth. On this occasion PG scholars of 1997 batch submitted their dissertation works to the college as a tribute to Dr.V.V.S.Sastry. August 15th 2000 Celebrations of 53rd Independence DayThe physician given paramount importance made in hilarious mood by the staff and students.out of four well wishers and conformed his Dr.G.B.Patil, principal, DGMAMC has hosted the flageternity through his service. For such we need and gave the message for the students.to be more efficient in our activities. It is asmall attempt towards success to make the August 22nd 2000physicians of present and future veterans. Dr.B.V. Sathaye, Ph.D., Ex-dean of Poddar Dr. K.Siva Rama Prasad Medical College, Mumbai has delivered a guest lec- ture organized by Dr.P.V. Jayade charitable trust, Unsolved case Hubli, in the memory of Dr.P.V.Jayade on the topic Dr.K.Siva Rama Prasad “Utility of Rasa-Dosha interrelation in health andA patient of 27 years old has no sexual urge and no disease management. Dr.G.B.Patil, principal pre-smelling sense. The history is as follows. Kindly advise side the function. Dr.Vijaya.D. Naik, secretary of Dr.Ayurvedic treatment if you have any. PVJ charitable trusts also guest of honor.At the age of 18 years the patient found that he had an He expresses panchamaha bhoota domi-undescended testis (right side) and other testis was also nance in season gives rise six rasa permutationsof undersize by birth. He had no smelling power, no fa- in dravya. Water is natural staff. Human can ac-cial hair till then. He got himself examined at PGI cept what ever accepted by plants. To observeChandigarh and came to know that his testis size was of mahabhoota we have to look into plants. And in fur-2ml and stretched Phallus length was of 4 cm. He was ther a nutritive need not be nutritive for all the agesdiagnosed as a case of Hypogonadotrophic Hypogo- and dosha vice versa the depletive.nadism (Kallman’s syndrome). He underwent treatmentat PGI Chandigarh and got injections of HCG (Human A¾ÚßßÈæ%Þ¥ÚÈÚ«Úß­ @¿ßÂChorionic Gonodotrophin, Profasi 2000 IU) for one year.He also got injections of HCG and HMG (Human Meno- A¾ÚßßÈæ%Þ¥ÚÈæM¥ÚÁæ @×ÚÅæOÛ¾æßM¥Úß ÈÚßàVæ×æ¾ÚߦÂpausal Gonodotrophin, Pergonal 75 IU) both at a time @«æÞOÚ ÈÛÀ©VÚ×Ú«Úß­ @¥æ @×ÚÅæOÛ¿ßM¥Ú @×Ú¿ßÂfor another six months. A¾ÚßßÈæ%Þ¥ÚÈÚâ´ @¢ÚÈÚ%yÈæÞ¥Ú¥Ú D®ÚÈæÞ¥Ú ~Ø¿ßÂConsequent upon this treatment, the patient developed ÈæÞ¥Ú Èæç¥ÚÀ}ÚÊ¥Ú ËæÃÞÎÚr}æ ÈÚßÁæ}Úß «æàÞ¾ÚߦÂfacial hair, his (Right) testis was also descended. His size Õ}Ú¡ÄWsÚ ÈÚߥڧÄÇ GM¶ ¬dÈÚ«æ­Oæ ÈÚßÁæ¾ÚßßÉÂof both testes grew up to 4ML and stretched Phallus length GÅÛÇ ÁæàÞVÚVÚØVæ ÈÚߥÚߧMlß GM¶ß¥Ú«Úß­ ÈÚß«ÚVÛ{Âto 8cm. The patient is being maintained on sustanon (100 A¾ÚßßÈæ%Þ¥ÚÈÚ«Úß­ @Â}Úß AÁæàÞVÚÀ A«ÚM¥Ú ÔæàM¦Âunit’s) injections for the last 7 years i.e., after the stop- «ÛÈÚâ´ «ÛÈÛVÚ·æÞOÚß GM¶ß¥Ú«Úß­ ÈÚáÛ}Úà ÈÚßÁæ¾Úߦ .page of HCG & HMG injections. Maharaj Malagitti, BAMS III PhaseAmruta Bindu 4 September 2000
  • AMA IN BIOCHEMICAL VERSION Oxygen is distributed in such a way that Dr. Ashok Kumar Panda, two of the electrons are unpaired (di-radical). So Lecturer (PG Dept. of K.C) most important free radicals in biological sys- tem are radical derived oxygen like super oxide, Ayurveda established the role of Ama in Hydrogen peroxide and hydroxyl radical. Superthe pathogenesis of Amaya (diseases). oxide and Hydrogen peroxide although free radi-Vagbhata narrated that due to the hypo function cal and oxidizing agent but not reactive in na- ture. The hydroxil radical is an extremely reac-of Agni Ama is generated in the Amashaya, tive oxidizing radical that reacts with bio mol-which either block the successive Dhatu gen- ecules. Under normal circumstances the majoresis or snag the pathway of Dosha. Therefore sources of the free radical is electron leakageDhatu vaishamya as well as srotosanga takes from electron transport chain in mitochondria andplace. The production of Ama entirely depends endoplasmic reticulam to the molecular oxygen.upon Agni, which is said to be controlled by fac- Free radical production in the cell can be greatlytors such as bija dosha (genetics), vayah (age), increased by certain toxic foreign compounds.parinama (season), bhumidesha (geographical All of the major classes of bio molecules mayarea), and psyche of individual and histology of be attract by free radicals but lipids are probablystomach. Basing upon the Agni, Ama can also most susceptible. Cell membrane is rich sourcebe formed at the levels of bhutagni and of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFAs), whichdhatwagni. It suggests that the Ama is creating are attracted by oxidative radicals. This destruc-wide spread damage to organs and in particu- tion of PUFAs is known as lipid peroxidation,lar to cell. Assessment of the Ama is based on which proceed to cell perpetuating chain reac-clinical signs and symptoms. tion. Aldehydes are always formed in lipid break down. Therefore chain reaction directly damage The quantitative evaluation of Ama in the cell membrane and indirectly damage other com-biological fluids is not possible yet, although ponents by the production of aldehides. Proteinsmany comparative statements are made for the and nucleic acids appeared less susceptible thenabove. Different diseases produced due to Ama PUFA to free radical attack.can’t be explained in terms of pathogenesis in Anti oxidants are defenses against theAyurveda. deleterious action of free radicals, which pre- Similar concept developed in the bio- vents the genesis and intercept any that are gen-chemistry before 100 years by Gomberg known erated. They naturally exist in both aqueous andas free-radical theory. He narrated that free membranous components of cells and can bemedical species may involve in the living sys- enzyme or non-enzymes. Catalase and glu-tem. But the credit goes to Slater (1966) who tathiones peroxidase are enzymes to preventestablished attractive feature of cytotoxicity generation of free radicals where as super ox-mechanism generated by the process of me- ide di multase scavenge or intercept free radi-tabolism. Now free radicals is accepted as com- cals. Third category of anti oxidant defense ismon and important biochemical intermediates the repair process, which remove the damagedimplicated in very large number of diseases like bio molecules and alter the cell metabolism.inflammation, cancer, arteriosclerosis, shock, Many biological components react with oxidiz-myocardial perfusion injury, liver & kidney dis- ing free radicals and it might be thought that theyeases, diabetes, muscle damage, aging etc,. are anti oxidant. But the must not be converted to reactive radicals them selves and proposedTherefore there is a great deal of efforts being target should also be identified. Ayurvedicexpanded correctly on finding antioxidant for Rasayana putatively said as best anti oxidant buttreatment and prevention of free radical medi- experimental as well as clinical studies waits forated tissue damage. A free radical can be de- its recognition.fined as chemical species possessing an uppaired electron. It can be considered as frag- Really free radical theory help us a lot toment of molecule. Free radical can be formed establish our drugs for its safety and efficacy.in three ways. Both Ama and free radicals are producing dis- ease and generated in the process of metabo- 1. by homolytic fission lism although the understanding of the concept 2. electron transport are different. Free radicals may help us to un- 3. heterolytic fission derstand the molecular basis of AMA.Amruta Bindu 5 September 2000
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