Agni Shabda, Sparsha, Roopa,Sparsha, Roopa Ushna
Agni Mahaboota is the major constituent for one's biological humor pitta doshas as we have learnt from the history of herbal medicine's teachings.
Ayurveda health has for long based it's opinion on proven natural herbal medicine that have also taught us that the agni is the provider of the necessary energy needed by our body's activities and also very beneficiary for the bodily cells.
Ayurveda medicine also instructs us on the importance of the Agni's balance whereas if the agni is in disorder, it will result in the same effect in the homeostasis (equilibrium).
Ayurveda treatments also warn that once the equilibrium's balance is disturbed will also disturb the physiology.
The entire Ayurveda therapy repertoire is built on these credentials regarding the agnis. Ayurveda care herbal studies’ branch that treats internal herbal medicines and practices is known as Kayachikitsa.
And to give you a more in-depth definition of this Ayurveda India's native name, ‘kaya’ means agni while ‘chikitsa’ refers to treatment.