Glomus tumour is a specialized arteriovenous communication surrounded by smooth muscle calls and large epitheloid or cuboidall cells, glomus cell. The sensory nerves ( both medullated and non medullated ) end at these epithelloid cells make this tumour very much painful. Even the slight pressure well gives rise to an excruciating pain. The commonest site of this tumour is just beneath the nail and near finger tips. It looks like a small reddish blue spot. Which does not blanch on pressure as a hemangioma? Local injury leads to inflammation and congestions. So there will be a painful bluish mass located under nail bed. On the baises of above complaint patient selected for Jalaukavcharna and treated as per the Acharya Shusruta three times with three follow up. As per the Morden science treatment for glomus tumour is analgesic and complete surgical excision; which was some adverse effect on human body. If not treated glomus tumour pain in time then patient become restless and anxious due to pain. The features of glomus tumour resemble the features of “shatroga” described in Ayurveda by Acharya sushrut and Asthang haridiya. There are many treatment modalities in Ayurveda for “Shatroga” available. Jalaukavcharna is important measures in this study we have used a jalaukavcharna as a reducing pain as a palliative treatment. Observation and assessment were done and conclusion wase drawn. Jalaukavcharna was found to be significantly effective in reducing the symptoms of “shatroga” that is glomus tumour.
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