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Case Studies | Ayurveda | India | Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022
Management of Pandu (Anaemia) with Unique Combination of Ayurvedic Herbs - A Case Study
Dr. Abhishek Maniklal Doshi | Dr. Deepak S. Khawale
Abstract: The disease of Pandu is explained in all ayurvedic classics with its etiopathogenesis and treatment. It is seen that nutritional deficiency is the major etiological factor of Pandu disease. pandu is described in Ayurveda as anaemia. Ayurvedic medicine is oriented toward prevention, health maintenance and treatment of diseases. There is large number of drugs of herbal and mineral origin mentioned in Ayurvedic texts, regarding the treatment of Pandu. The present case study is successful Ayurvedic management of a case of Pandu (anaemia). A 12 year old male patient came to us with chief compliant of Pandutatwaknetranakha, (paleness at skin, eyes, nails) Kshudhamandya (loss of appetite) Rukshata (dryness) Shramajanyashwas (difficulty in breathing) Hrutspandan Akshikotashoth (sweeling over limbs) Shrama, Dourblya (generalised weakness)since 3 months, which get regression of symptoms within 21 days of Ayurveda treatment only.
Keywords: Pandu, Ayurvedic herbs, Effective therapy
Edition: Volume 11 Issue 7, July 2022,
Pages: 1903 - 1905