A Review on involvement of Meda in pathogenesis of Prameha

MANAS RANJAN HOTA

Abstract


As per critical judgment of some authors of recent era Prameha is compared and correlated with diabetes mellitus and Meda is compared with body fat. Meda is considered as the first Dushya to get vitiated in the pathological process of Prameha Roga as aggravated Kapha vitiates it, selectively due to their identical characteristics. Some authorities of modern health science have also considered disordered lipid/free fatty acid (FFA) metabolism as the primary disturbance in the pathogenesis of type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM).. The disordered lipid through change in fat topography, increased plasma free fatty acid and ectopic deposition of fat plays a distinct and important role in the production of type2 diabetes mellitus .So a literary review of Ayurveda and modern literatures is dealt with in this paper to evaluate the role of Meda in pathogenesis of Prameha


Keywords


Prameha; Diabetes Mellitus; Meda; Disordered Lipid;

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