Anatomical Concept of Raktavaha Srotas Moolasthana
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Moolasthana, Srotas, Raktavaha, Dhamani.

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Moujkar, R. D., Patil, S. C., & Jagtap, A. D. (2019). Anatomical Concept of Raktavaha Srotas Moolasthana. Ayurline: IJ-RIM, 3(04). Retrieved from http://ayurline.in/index.php/ayurline/article/view/260

Abstract

Ayurveda is a life science. The researchers of ayurveda could rule out the presence of srotas spreading throughout the human body. Srotas is the channel that transports only Dhatu under metabolic transformation. Some authors views that Srotas can be interpreted as microvascular carrier, which specialized for exchange of the materials. These Srotas are governed by Vayu which is using all the Srotas of the body to carry out the functional and physiological activities of the human body without which the human society will not exist. Several Synonymous words have been described by the acharyas for Srotas.

            The Srotas have their own moolasthan or root. Chakrapani mentioned Moolasthana of Srotas as Prabhavasthana means the anatomical seat of respective srotas, main seat of pathhological changes, having diagnostic value or its be the focus of treatment.

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