Anaemia

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Anaemia

  1. 1. Anaemia Control through Ayurveda Looking forward for Healthy Society through Ayurveda MedicineOrganized byNational Ayurveda Research Institute for Vector Borne Diseases, Vijayawada(Central Council for Research in Ayurveda and Siddha, Dept. of AYUSH, Ministry ofHealth & Family Welfare, Govt. of India)In Association with - Dr. N. R. S. Govt. Ayurvedic College, Vijayawada Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  2. 2. దుయ్లకు అ నందనల ో ై A Technoayurveda International Presentation In Association with Ayurmitra Technoayurveda.wordpress.comNational Campaigns on Ksharasutra, Geriatric care, Anemia Control, Management of Chronic Diseasesand Mother & Child Health Care through Ayurveda at NRS Govt. Ayurveda College, Vijayawada on 27-03-2011
  3. 3. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion 1 Necessity Discussion Focus / Incidence Pandu Definition • Pandu vis-à-vis Anaemia is a problem of public health significance • Anaemia is the most prevalent nutrition problem • Common susceptible are – Children, Women • It not only impacts the body but also to the occupation as fatigue, inattention, impaired motor coordination, etc. are common symptoms • Anemia is on the rise in India, says NFHS report 1 • The healing powers of Ayurveda, the age-old practice of going to the root of any disease without causing any side effects seems to find favour with public.1 - http://www.expressindia.com/latest-news/Anemia-is-on-the-rise-in-India-says-NFHS-report/336854/ Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  4. 4. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Necessity Discussion Focus / Incidence Pandu Definition 2 • Prevalence of anaemia in pregnant women (haemoglobin < 11g per cent) of different parts of the country is in range of 33–89 per cent (Seshadri et al, 1994).1 • Data on prevalence of anaemia in adolescent girls is limited. A study concluded on 1513 rural adolescent girls in Gujarat indicated that 61 per cent of the girls were anaemic with Hb < 12g per cent (Seshadri, 1998). • Prevalence of anaemia in children in India is as high as 79 per cent 2 • These statements drags the attention of the Rural / Urban physicians and declares the “National Health Emergency”1- Balendu Prakash, Seema Pandey and Shalini Singh, VCPC Research Foundation, Dehradun, Ayurvedic Preparation in the treatment of Nutritional Anaemia, NATIONAL CONFERENCEON OPPORTUNITIES AND CHALLENGES FOR PREVENTING MICRONUTRIENT MALNUTRITION THROUGH ICDS, pp 83-872 - http://www.expressindia.com/latest-news/Anemia-is-on-the-rise-in-India-says-NFHS-report/336854/ Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  5. 5. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Necessity Discussion Focus / Incidence Pandu Definition 3 • Pandu: Any condition presenting the symptoms of Palpitation, edematous Eyes, Sweat-lessens, Fatigue by vitiating the Rasavaha Srotas (Heart & 10 Dhamani) with manifestation of rough & “Whitish Yellow” colour 1 (pallor Yellow) Skin is pandu. • Anaemia: Any condition in which the number of RBC/cu mm, the amount of hemoglobin in 100 ml of blood, and the volume of packed red blood cells per 100 ml of blood are less than normal; – clinically, generally pertaining to the concentration of oxygen- transporting material in a designated volume of blood, in contrast to total quantities as in oligocythemia, oligochromemia, and oligemia. – Anemia is frequently manifested by pallor of the skin and mucous membranes, shortness of breath, palpitations of the heart, soft systolic murmurs, lethargy, and fatigability 2.1- Sharngadhara samhita, Pra.Knanda, 7-19/ Adhamalla, AH Chi 13/32 –Stedman’s Electronic Medical dictionary, 1998, Novell Reference engine software Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  6. 6. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Nidana – Aetiology Classification Pandu Symptoms Pandu-Complications Samprapti 4 • Pandu is a Pitta predominant Plasma bound (Rasa Pradooshaja)1 deficiency disorder, manifests at Skin & Blood (Rakta) by impaired nourishment • The common routes of manifestation of the Pandu includes – – Dietetic Deficiencies (iron deficiency) – Over Nourishment 2 (ingestion of High caloric / fat food) – High utilization of Rasa 3 (excessive Sex, Exercise, day sleep) – Diseases where Blood is lost (Nidanarthakara Vyadhi – viz. Piles, TB, Injury) – Others – such as wrong schedule of Snehapana & Panchakarma 41- Cha. Su 23/5-7; 2 –Cha Su 28/9-10; 3- Cha Chi 16/6-10; 3 – Cha su 13/21 Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  7. 7. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Nidana – Aetiology Classification Pandu Symptoms Pandu-Complications Samprapti 5 • Apathya Nimitta • Anya Nimitta – Excessive Use of – Exercise (Vyayama) • Salt – Intercourse (Vyavaya) • Sour – Suppression of urges • Alcohol (Vegarodha) • Fats – Mud eating (Mrid bhakshana) • Hot / Pungent – Day sleep when the food is not digested • Masha (Black gram) – Seasonal influences • Til (sesame) – Improper Panchakarma • Asatmya (Allergic) – Krimi – Raktapitta, Raktatisara, – Deficient use of Raktarshas, Rakta Pradara, • Iron Rajayakshma, • Calories – Injury Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  8. 8. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Nidana – Aetiology Classification Pandu Symptoms Pandu-Complications Samprapti 6 Pandu There are several types of anaemia from Abhyanta Bahya Abhighata contemporary science Karana and these are: Karana - Injury • Aplastic Anemia • Iron Deficiency Mritbakshana (Normolytic) Anemia Bleeding • Folic Acid Deficiency Apathya – Mud eating by Injury Nija Anaemia nimittaja • Pernicious Anaemia Vataja • Fanconi Anemia Bleeding • Sickle Cell Anemia Santarpana – by worms • Sideroblastic Anemia Hyper Nourished Pittaja • Thalassemia • Hemolytic Anemia Bleeding • Hemoglobin C Disease Apatarpana – Kaphaja by Disease • G6PD (Glucose-6- Under nourished Phosphate Tridoshaja Dehydrogenase) Deficiency Anemia • Polycythemia Vera Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  9. 9. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Nidana – Aetiology Classification Pandu Symptoms Pandu-Complications Samprapti 7 Pandu Pre-disease Symptoms The signs of anaemia Indigestion or the symptoms of (Avipaka) anaemia are: - Extreme fatigue or Palpitation (Hrit tiredness Spandana) - Short breath Fatigue (Ayaasam) - Headaches Dryness of Skin - Depression (Rookshatwam) - Weakness Pallor Skin (Pandu - Lack of Stamina Twacham) - Dizziness - Impaired memory Decreased sweating - Pale skin (Aswedam) - Abnormally rapid Oedematous Eye heartbeat (Akshigola Sodha) Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  10. 10. Anaemia Control through Ayurveda Introduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion 8 Nidana – Aetiology Classification Pandu Symptoms Pandu-Complications Samprapti Symptom Vataja Pittaja Kaphaja Mrud-Bhakshana Janya Twak Varna Krishna-Arunabha Peeta (yellowish) Shukla (whitish) * (Skin Colour) (Blakish Red) Twak Stiti Rooksha (Dry) Daha (Burning) Sotha (Oedematous) Soonakshi Ganda (Skin status) bhru (Oedematous Face)Annavaha srotas Anaha (bloating) * Praseka (excess Aruchi (anorexia) (GIT) salivation) Krimikosts (worm infestation) General Toda (Body pains) Jwara (Fever) Alasya, Gourava Alasya, Gourava (Lethargic) (malaise) Neurological Kanpa (tremor) * * * Endocrinal * Trushna * * (dehydration thirst)Psychosomatic * * Tandra (Stupor) Tandra (Stupor) Pranavaha * * * Kasa (Cough), swasa (Respiratory) (dyspnoea)Pureesha vaha * Bhinna vitka * Mucosal loose stools (Broken Stools) (sa-Kapha atisara) Tridoshaja Pandu will have mixed symptoms based upon the proportions of Tridosha impairment Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  11. 11. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion 9 Nidana – Aetiology Classification Pandu Symptoms Pandu-Complications Samprapti System Complication Common symptoms Annavaha Arochaka (Anorexia) ultimately getting are – srotas Hrillasa (salivation) Agni nashanam (GIT) Chardi (Vomiting) Varna Nashanam Pureeshavaha Baddhavit (Constipation) Tejo haratwam (Lower GIT) Haritavit (Green stool) Ojo haratwam Sakapha vit (Mucosal stool) Veerya haratwam Atisara (Diarrhoea) Bala Nashanam Udakavaha Trishna (Thirst) Indriya bala nashanam Soonam (edematous) Rasavaha Jwara (Fever) General Kharibhoota (hyper dryness) Pandu Darshi (palor look) Chirakari (chronic) Swedavaha Atisweda (excessive sweat) Raktavaha Kamala Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  12. 12. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Nidana – Aetiology Classification Pandu Symptoms Pandu-Complications Samprapti 10 Formation and Function of Rakta: Rakta is nourished by the Rasa Sara bhaga processed by Pachakapitta and transforms as Rakta in the presence of Amashayastha Ranjakapitta get RED coloured to make the Jeevana (oxygen- carrying function) influenced by Sadhakapitta (Hridaya) Hemoglobin 1: The red, oxygen-carrying pigment in the red blood cells is hemoglobin, a protein with a molecular weight of 64,450. Hemoglobin is a globular molecule made up of 4 subunits Many of the abnormal hemoglobins are harmless. However, some have abnormal O2 equilibriums. Others cause anemia. Eg: hemoglobin S polymerizes at low O2 tensions, and this causes the red cells to become sickle-shaped, hemolyze, and form aggregates that block blood vessels. The result is the severe hemolytic anemia known as sickle cell anemia. Iron is essential for hemoglobin synthesis; if blood is lost from the body and the iron deficiency is not corrected, iron deficiency anemia results.1) REVIEW OF MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY - 21st Ed. (2003), Chapter 24 Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  13. 13. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Nidana – Aetiology Classification Pandu Symptoms Pandu-Complications Samprapti 11 In adults, about 85% of the erythropoietin comes from the kidneys and 15% from the liver. In adults, Erythropoietin is produced by interstitial cells in the peritubular capillary bed of the kidneys and by perivenous hepatocytes in the liver. It is also produced in the brain, where it exerts a protective effect against excitotoxic damage triggered by hypoxia; and in the uterus and oviducts, where it is induced by estrogen and appears to mediate estrogen-dependent angiogenesis. Thus, the recombinant erythropoietin is of value in the treatment of the anemia associated with renal failure; Not only that the organs to value in this concern is – Stomach, Liver, Kidney, uterus, Oviducts and Brain.1) REVIEW OF MEDICAL PHYSIOLOGY - 21st Ed. (2003), Chapter 24 Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  14. 14. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Nidana – Aetiology Classification Pandu Symptoms Pandu-Complications Samprapti Amashaya 12 2 Sthayi Rasa Amashaya (Liver) (Stomach) Raktagni Pachakapitta Ranjakapitta 4 Ahara 3 Prasada Rasa 1 Asthayi Rasa Rakta Apathya 5 Hridaya Kitta Rasa Sweda, Lavana Mootra, 10 Dhamani (Heart/Brain) Amla Vata - Pureesha Sadhakapitta Dhatusaithilyata Kshara Vyanavata Madya Kapha - 6 Krimi, Disease, Shareera Ojokshaya Injury, Bleeding, Etc Chankramana Sneha Rakta - 7 Tila Raktalpatwam Pandu in Twak-mamsa Mrit (Mud) Masha madhyam Adhistana Mamsa – Medolpatwam, Bala Normal Functions (C Su24/4, S Sa 7/14) varna Kshaya Jeevana, Ayush, bala, Varna Poorvaroopa prasadanam, Sukha, Mamsa (Hritspandanam, Doshaja Roukshyam, pusti, Dhatu poorana, Sparsha Pandu 8 Tri-Dosha Aswedam, Avipakam) Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  15. 15. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Samprapti – Vighatana Management-schedule Non-Loha management Loha in Pandu Siddhanta 13 • The treatment should be planned according to the aetiology – At the level of Apatarpana / Santarpana / Apathya Ahara – At the level of Bahya Karana – Mrit Bhakshana / Abhighata – At the level of Nidanarthakara Roga – At the level of Amashaya – Pachakapitta – At the level of Liver - Raktagni / Bhutagni / Ranjakapitta – At the level of Hridaya – Rasagni / Vyanavata / Sadhakapitta – At the level of Dosha • When the dosha is strong or patient is capable – Dosha elimination is planned • Otherwise patient is selected for the palliative therapy • In common – Snehana – Vamana – Virechana – Shamana chikitsa are the patronized management methods Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  16. 16. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Samprapti – Vighatana Management-schedule Non-Loha management Loha in Pandu Snehana 14 • As the aetiology could be – Santarpana (AHchi 16/1-Arunadatta) • Clarify the unction in patient by skin examination – If the patient is Apatarpana (malnourished) / Apathya Nimitta looking at Dry-skin – Snehana is done • Kalyanaka Ghrita • Panchagavya Ghrita • Mahatiktaka Ghrita • Aragwadhadi Gana Ghrita – Why the Ghrita? • Ghrita is Pittaharam – as the Pandu is with vitiated Pitta predominant • Ghrita is Ojo vardhaka – as the Pandu is with Ojo kshaya and rough skin • Ghrita is Sneha vardhaka – as the Pandu is with rough/dry skin • Sweda is contra indicated as the Pandu is Pittaja vyadhi (AHS17/21-24) Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  17. 17. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Samprapti – Vighatana Management-schedule Non-Loha management Loha in Pandu Panchakarma 15 • Anulomana 1 is indicated – understood as Urdhwa Anuloma (Vamana) and Adho Anulomana (Virechana) • Vamana – Urdhwa Anulomana – Susruta contraindicated 2 – but Dalhana doesn’t accept it – Why Vamana? – Amashaya samutha, Bahudosha, Rasa (Kapha) predominant Pandu requires conditionally – when the patient is acceptable – Vagbhta 3 - Charaka 4 - Susruta 6 indicated Teekshna Vamana • Vamana with – Yastimadhu • Vamana with – small quantity of Madana Yoga • Virechana – Adho Anulomana – Most common practice as there is no effort is exerted by the patient - is given as to pacify the Pitta Dosha and Pittsthana udbhava vyadhi • Pathya Ghrita • Danti Ghrita • Tilvaka Ghrita • Trivrut Churna with Sharkara • Swadista virechana 1 – Cha Chi 16/40 – Chakrapani, 2 – Su Chi 33/ 14 – Dalhana, 3 – AH Chi 16/5, 4 – Cha Chi 16/40 & Cha Chi 2/10 , 6- Su Ut 44/14 Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  18. 18. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Samprapti – Vighatana Management-schedule Non-Loha management Loha in Pandu 16 • In case of palliative management Initially Kosta- Shuddhi is done – It means – Laghu Virechan with • Swadista Virechana • Rechakavati • Offer Ghrita for attaining Strength in case of palliative management – Amritadi Ghrata – Vyoshadi Ghrita – Nagakesharadi Ghrita • Based upon the Dosha – Vata – Sneha – Pitta – Tikta Rasa, Sheeta veerya – Kapha – Katu, Tikta rasa, Ushna veerya – Sannipata – Vyamishra chikitsa – Mrit Bhakshana – Vidanga, Patha, Chitramoola, etc Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  19. 19. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Samprapti – Vighatana Management-schedule Non-Loha management Loha in Pandu 17 • Yoga in Pandu » Churna – 10gms of Haritaki Churna with Ghee twice daily before food – Other used herbs in Pandu are – • Phalatrika, Amrita, Vasa, Tikta, Bhunimba, Nimba – Asavaritsa – • Lohasav, Ayaskriti, Bhringarajasav, Kumaryasav = 15- 20ml after food – Rasa-Aushadhi – • Kantavallabha ras, Pandu Panchanan Ras, – Loha preparations Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  20. 20. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion 18 Samprapti – Vighatana Management-schedule Non-Loha management Loha in Pandu • In case of palliative management Loha is said as the most important (AH Ut 40/48) – Different forms are used – viz. Loha, Mandura, Ayas, etc. – Yogas with Loha – • Navayasa churna • Navayasa Loha • Loha Bhasma – 300mg with Triphala churna • Kantha loha bhasma • Kanthavallabha rasa – 200mg BD with Honey • Kasheesa bhasma 300mg with honey • Swarnamakshika Bhasma 300mg with Gudodaka • Tapyadi Loha 300mg with Honey • Ayaskriti 15-20ml BD after food • Lohasava 15-20ml BD after food • Tryushanadi Madura • Punarnavadi Mandura (takra anupana) Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  21. 21. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion 19 Aetiological-basis Deficiency-basis How to understand? Dietetic Deficiencies Pandu is supplemented with suitable High utilization of Rasa requires supplementation of nutrients and Agni regularazation Over Nourishment – or sneha ingested Pandu require elimination of the Dosha and there after regularization of the Dhatu sequential process Diseases where Blood is lost – first disease is treated accordingly and nourished Others – such as Panchakarma vibhramsha developed Pandu is treated as Vibhramsha chikitsa Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  22. 22. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Aetiological-basis Deficiency-basis How to understand? 20 • Deficiencies as discussed – may Loha deficiency or Poorva dhatu (Rasa) deficiency – In case of Loha deficiency, supplementation will help – Rasa kshaya requires attention (Hridrava, Asahishnuta) – to understand the route cause and treat accordingly – If Rakta Kshaya – (Injury, etc) require transfusion – Dosha kshaya / vruddhi are treated accordingly Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  23. 23. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Aetiological-basis Deficiency-basis How to understand? 21 • Santarpana i.e. fatty ingestion cause inactive bone marrow that is infiltrated with fat is called yellow marrow, which results in to Anaemia. • Overgrowth of bacteria (Mrit-bhakshana /Krimi) within the intestinal lumen can cause macrocytic anaemia. The cause of the anaemia is mal-absorption (Srotas Block) of cyanocobalamin. Steatorrhea (Passage of fat in large amounts in the feces) is due to excessive hydrolysis of conjugated bile salts by the bacteria. • Iron (Loha) is essential for hemoglobin synthesis; if blood is lost from the body and the iron deficiency is not corrected, iron deficiency anemia results. • Excess production of bilirubin (Malaroopa Pitta) from Liver leads to haemolytic anaemia. Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  24. 24. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Aetiological-basis Deficiency-basis How to understand? 22 • Acid-secreting cells of the stomach are damaged (Agni kshaya) in pernicious anaemia. • Parietal cells in the gastric mucosa (Amashaya samutha) secrete intrinsic factor, a 49-kDa glycoprotein that binds to cyanocobalamin (vitamin B12). Deficiency of it results Anaemia and deterioration of certain sensory pathways in the CNS (Hridaya). • Rh incompatibility cause sensitization during pregnancy haemolysis in the fetus develops anaemia. • Cobalt is part of the vitamin B12 molecule, and vitamin B12 deficiency leads to megaloblastic anaemia. • Copper deficiency causes anaemia and changes in ossification. Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  25. 25. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion Aetiological-basis Deficiency-basis How to understand? 23• As we know today – the Blood and its development from foetus till to the disease manifestation – Ayurveda refer the Blood and its development, even diseases born due to its deficiency or increase• In this concern - Whether the Rakta vruddhi – is said as - Polycythemia Vera• Ayurveda much times speak about - Folic Acid Deficiency Anaemia /Iron Deficiency (Normolytic) Anemia and its management• Why Ayurveda doesn’t speak the Pandu as Anuvamshika?• The shape based diseases/ conditions are not brought forward or are they with other nomenclature• Some conditions mimic Hemolytic Anemia – no recording of them• Probably the rest of the types discussed at present on contemporary platform are new observational developments and /or we miss that part of curriculum in Ayurveda Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  26. 26. Anaemia Control through AyurvedaIntroduction About Pandu Treatment Principles Discussion on Management Conclusion 24 • Even though many programs are offered by the Govt., why the Health Care systems are not up to the mark is valuable question • Pandu – is studied in Ayurveda and offer a management through natural adaptations and dietetics – • Pandu susceptible Indian public are deviating them selves with life style and Junk food • At this juncture awareness programs even though reach the people – will not be followed by them - as the demand is a quick relief with out changing their habits and attitudes • May be one day – the ultimate treatment for the Anaemia becomes “Blood Transfusion”, where Blood is manufactured in the “Farm House” Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, at http://technoayurveda.wordpress.com/
  27. 27. Anaemia Control through Ayurveda technoayurveda@gmail.com THANK YOU Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad It’s Of . . . technoayurveda.wordpress.com Technoayurveda International PresentationDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, PG Professor & Head, Panchakarma, SJG Ayu Med College, Koppal, Karnataka

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