Jwara (fever) has been well known as a disease, which afflicts mankind since the ancient times. Navjwara is characterized by history of pyrexia up to seven days, heaviness, nausea, vomiting, indigestion, constipation, anorexia, cough, loss of taste and associated body ache similar to Aamjwar. Jwara, Arochak, Agnimandya, Angamarda are the cardinal sign and symptoms of Navjwara. Various Shodhana and Shamana procedures are mentioned in classics to treat Jwara. Indication for the vamana in case of Jwara condition is given as Utkleshavastha i.e. nauseatic feeling in Ashtang Hrudaya. So in this study 30 patients of Navjwara treated with Sadyovaman followed by Pachan with Aampachak Kwatha. Evaluation of subjects was done on 3rd and 5th day with above sign and symptoms as subjective criteria. Significant result was observed in Navjwara. Statistical analysis was done by Wilcoxon Signed Rank Test for subjective criteria and Students’s Paied t Test for Temperature.
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