Ayurvedic treatment for What is Anemia in kidney disease

What is Anemia in kidney disease

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What is Anemia in kidney disease Ayurvedic treatment


Anemia is a condition where the number of red blood cells in blood is lower than normal. It is majorly a nutritional deficiency related condition. Yet, there is a strong observed effect of anemia in people with kidney disease – especially those with Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD). Additionally, many people having total kidney function loss, or failure, will have anemia.1

Ayurveda has a detailed mention of the condition of Anemia as there are various causes of unhealthy pale appearance or anemia (Pandu). The vitiation of both rasa (plasma, which contains nutrients and minerals) and rakta (blood) dhatus, which are otherwise essential for the nourishment of every cell in the body, is responsible for Pandu. The role of Rasa dhatu is to provide nourishment (tarpanakaraka) and nutrition (pustikaraka) to blood (rakta). Pandu therefore occurs due to improper functioning of rasa, leading to malnourishment of body and deterioration of other dhatus like rakta (blood), mamsa (muscle), meda (fat), and asthi (bone) sequentially.2


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