A Survey Study On Revalidation Of Ritumati Stree Lakshan According To Ayurved

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Dr Sujata Rathore
Dr Dattu N Bandapalle
Dr Kishan Singh
Dr Jyoti Sharma


Ritumati stree lakshan" is a term from Ayurveda, an ancient Indian system of medicine, and refers to the characteristics of a woman in her fertile phase. According to Ayurveda, Ritu, or the menstrual cycle, is a crucial component of a woman's health. Acharya Sushruta, a well-known historical Ayurvedic physician who offered insightful knowledge on women's health and the reproductive system, is regarded as one of the founders of Ayurveda. It is important to note that every woman's body is unique and may experience variations in their menstrual cycle. However, if there are any persistent or unusual symptoms, it is always advisable to seek medical advice. Acharya Sushruta defined six lakshanas of the ritumati condition. A sukumari anga, or woman with a delicate physique, soft skin, and fragile limbs, is the first lakshana. The second indication is an abundance of hair growth, which includes thick and glossy hair growth on the head as well as on the pubic region and underarms. The woman's lips and mouth will be wet and lubricated throughout her reproductive phase, which is the third indication. A lovely and sweet voice is the fourth indication, which denotes that the woman's voice will be during her reproductive phase. The fifth sign is a moist and fragrant body, which means that the woman's body will be moist and fragrant, with a natural pleasant scent. Finally, the sixth sign is normal menstruation, where the woman will have a regular menstrual cycle, with a normal flow of blood and minimal discomfort.




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Dr Sujata Rathore, PG scholar of Rachana Sharir department, Parul Institute of Ayurved



Dr Dattu N Bandapalle, HOD & Professor of Rachana Sharir Department, Parul Institute of Ayurveda



Dr Kishan Singh, Assistant Professor of Rachana Sharir Department, Parul Institute of Ayurveda



Dr Jyoti Sharma, PG scholar of Rasashastra avum Bhaisajya Kalpana Department, Parul Institute of Ayurveda, Vadodara, Gujrat.