As, Ayurvedic health practitioners, we understand the importance of a holistic approach to promote fertility. The interrelationship between body, mind, and spirit; has also its important role in reproductive capability and fertility of individuals. Reproductive health is one of the specialized branches in Ayurveda, which has gained its popularity worldwide. Rasanya and Vajikarma are one of the important aspects of Ayurvedic theories and principles which promotes Reproductive Health. According to Ayurveda, every individual is composed of seven important elements (Dhatus).
The seven Dhatus are:-
- Rasa (Body plasma)
- Rakhta (Blood)
- Mamsa (Muscles)
- Meda (Adipose tissue)
- Asthi (Bones)
- Majja (Bone Marrow)
- Sukra (Seminal Fluid
As per Ayurveda, the food we eat when digest, it gets converted into three main portions 1) Dhatus 2) Ojasa 3) Waste With the help of dhatavagni, Rasa dhatu (blood plasma) get converted into Rakta (blood) then mamasa (muscles) then meda (Bone marrow) and finally shukra Dhatu (Seminal fluid). The Sukhra dhatu which is believed to be responsible for reproductive health stands last in Dhatus formation. It means the end result of tissue metabolism leads to production of reproductive hormones
Management of Infertility with Ayurveda: Ayurveda holds a pioneer position in Reproductive medicines and therapies. Ayurvedic literature has described Shodana (Cleansing treatment), Rasayana and vajikarna treatment for reproductive health & cure of infertility. The ayurvedic treatment & Shodana therapies helps in detoxification of microscopic reproductive channels and ducts. The cleansing of microscopic ducts and organs leads to formation of best platform for reproduction and fertility. The Rasayana and Vajikarna therapies maintain the healthy state of reproductive organs and promote reproductive health. Further the prescribed diets plan and activities balance the vitiated Doshas hence leads to equilibrium state of body, mind and spirit.
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