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The word 'Rakta' refers to red color. Thus Rakta dhatu literally means the body tissue that is red in color. Rakta dhatu is thus similar to blood tissue which is red in color. It is second in order of 7 dhatus forming building blocks of physical body. In Ayurveda, in the context of feminine health, the word 'Rakta' is also used to denote 'menstrual blood' or even 'ovum'.
 
The word 'Rakta' refers to red color. Thus Rakta dhatu literally means the body tissue that is red in color. Rakta dhatu is thus similar to blood tissue which is red in color. It is second in order of 7 dhatus forming building blocks of physical body. In Ayurveda, in the context of feminine health, the word 'Rakta' is also used to denote 'menstrual blood' or even 'ovum'.
  
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== Synonyms ==
  
Function
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== Formation of Rakta dhatu ==
  
Associated Dosha
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== Location of Rakta dhatu ==
  
Characteristics of purity of Rakta dhatu
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== Panchabhoutik constitution ==
  
Vitiating factors
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== Function ==
  
Importance of Rakta dhatu in health and wellbeing
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== Upadhatu of Rakta dhatu and their function ==
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== Associated Dosha ==
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== Characteristics of purity of Rakta dhatu ==
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== Vitiating factors ==
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== Importance of Rakta dhatu in health and well-being ==

Revision as of 16:54, 16 June 2021

The word 'Rakta' refers to red color. Thus Rakta dhatu literally means the body tissue that is red in color. Rakta dhatu is thus similar to blood tissue which is red in color. It is second in order of 7 dhatus forming building blocks of physical body. In Ayurveda, in the context of feminine health, the word 'Rakta' is also used to denote 'menstrual blood' or even 'ovum'.

Synonyms

Formation of Rakta dhatu

Location of Rakta dhatu

Panchabhoutik constitution

Function

Upadhatu of Rakta dhatu and their function

Associated Dosha

Characteristics of purity of Rakta dhatu

Vitiating factors

Importance of Rakta dhatu in health and well-being