Abstract
CONCEPT OF TEAR FILM (ASHRU) IN AYURVEDA

Dr. Shashi Prakash Gupta*, Dr. D. B. Vaghela and Dr. Surendra Kumar

ABSTRACT

The exposed part of the ocular globe i.e. the cornea and the bulbar conjunctiva is covered by a thin fluid film known as preocular tear film. Tear film is that surface of the eye, which remains directly in contact with the environment. It is critically important for protecting the eye from external influences and normal functioning of ocular surface. In Ayurveda there is no direct explanation of Ashru. Hence, here it is found the need to understand the tear film on the ground of Aurveda in context of Dosha and Dhatu.

Keywords: Ashru, Dosha, Dhatu, Tear film.


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