Concept of environmental pollution and its management in Ayurveda

  • Dr. Umesh Dattatraya Shirsath Associate professor, Dept. of Agadtantra, PMT’s Ayurved College, Shevgaon, Maharashtra, India.
  • Dr. Vinod Kashiramji Badole Associate professor, Dept. of Kayachikitsa, MS Ayurvedic Medical College Hospital and Research Institute, Kudwa Gondia, Maharashtra, India.
Keywords: Pollution, Pollutants, Environment, Chemicals.

Abstract

In current era environmental pollution is a major treat and is one of the greatest problems that the whole world is facing. The term pollution is presence of offensive matter in environment. This offensive matter is nothing but the presence of various pollutants in the surrounding environment. It involves five basic types of pollution air, water, soil, noise, light. Pollutants are components of pollution; they may be either foreign substances or naturally occurring contaminants. Pollutants are a waste matter that pollutes soil, water and air. The harmful chemicals became an integral part of our life. The harmful chemical causes damages to our body as well as our environment.  As it has a negative effect on natural elements this Pollution must be taken seriously. Through maintenance of Dincharaya, Rutucharya, Sadvritta, person’s physical and mental health is secured.

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How to Cite
Dr. Umesh Dattatraya Shirsath, & Dr. Vinod Kashiramji Badole. (2021). Concept of environmental pollution and its management in Ayurveda. Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences, 6(3), 149 - 153. Retrieved from https://jaims.in/jaims/article/view/1332
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Review Article