TO STUDY OF ROLE OF YOGESHWAR RAS AND SHWADANSHTRADI CHOORNA IN MANAGEMENT OF MADHUMEHA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE 2

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Madhumeha,diabetes mellitus,yogeshwar ras,shwadanshtradi choorna,insulin,prameha,OHA,syndrome

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Chavan, monica. (2022). TO STUDY OF ROLE OF YOGESHWAR RAS AND SHWADANSHTRADI CHOORNA IN MANAGEMENT OF MADHUMEHA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE 2. Ayurline: International Journal of Research in Indian Medicine, 6(04). Retrieved from https://ayurline.in/index.php/ayurline/article/view/676

Abstract

Madhumeha  is disease of medovaha and mutrovaha strotas

Madhumeha is complex syndrome encompassing obesity,metabolic syndrome and diabetes mellitus.

Madhumeha is charaterizsed by the following symptoms avilmutrata,prabhtmutrata,dourblya,trushnaadhikya,kshudhaadhikya, swaduasyta,swedaadhikya,atinidra

Madhumeha can be correleated with diabetes mellitus in modern science. Diabetes mellitus is the world's fastest-growing serious disease. It is a metabolic condition that can cause insulin shortage or dysfunction. Ayurvedic preventive measures can prevent disease.  Ayurvedic remedies for madhumeha (diabetes mellitus) are oldest among all available therapiest.

The function of ama( oxidative free radicals) , agni, (digestive fire) and meda  (adipose tissue)in the formation and progression of madhumeha and its complications has been explained in ayurvedic scriptures.

This study was designed to assess the additional effects of ayurvedic medicine in the treatment of madhumeha. A total 60 patients were selected  and divided  into 2 groups .Group A was treated with yogeshwar ras and group B was treated with shawdanshtradi choorna for  45 days.Yogeshwar ras and shwadanshtradi choorna both were trial groups .Obervation were recorded very crucially and result was stastically analyzed .The result was very much encouraging and showed the efficacy of therapy.

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