IMMUNOMODULATION THROUGH AYURVEDIC LIFESTYLE WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DINCHARYA AND RITUCHARYA
Keywords:Ayurveda, Covid-19, dincharya, ritucharya, immunomodulation
Ayurveda or science of life is known to have provided an individual with guidelines to maintain by means of following ritucharya (seasonal regime) and dincharya (daily regime). In recent times, as the incidences of pandemics like Covid-19 and other viral disorders have increased; so in the absence of absolute therapies, a need to enhance the immune response of individual to make them less susceptible for the same is there. The practices of following daily as well as seasonal regime along with herbs not only help in modulation of immune response but also improve the quality of dhatus (structural components of body) of a person. In individuals with extreme age or co morbidities, use of rasayana drugs sidewise can make them less susceptible to the related disorders. An attempt to highlight importance of dincharya (daily regime) and ritucharya (seasonal regime) measures in immune-modulation with probable mode of action is made objective of this article.
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