Randomized controlled clinical study to evaluate the efficacy of Vyadhishardul Guggul orally and Dashang Tail locally in the management of Amavata with special reference to Rheumatoid arthritis in the age group 18-70 years.

Authors

  • Puja Madhukar Deshmukh PG Scholar
  • HOD professor
  • HOD professor
  • Assistant professor
  • Assistant professor
  • Dr yogesh duddhalwar

Keywords:

Vyadhishardul guggul, Dashang tail , rehumatiod arthritis, amavata

Abstract

ABSTRACT

Introduction -The concept of ama is unique in Vedic science. It is used to refer to anything that exists in the state of incomplete transformation. Low digestive fire (agnimadya) plays a vital role in the formation of ama. In the classic, it is defined that ama is the main cause of manifestation of disease. Among them, Amavata is the most important vyadhi developed from ama.

Amavata is derived from the words ama and vata. It is a type of metabolic toxin that is an essential factor in the development of pathology. The two  and vata aggravated simultaneously become localized in the joints of the trik (wrist) making the body rigid without moment this is called an Amavata.3

  • Aim and objective :- To study the therapeutic effect of oral administration of Vyadhishardul Guggul and local application of Dashang tail.

Method and Materials :- Total 60 patients of amavata selected randomly which is then divided into two equal Groups i.e. 30 patients in each group. Giving intervention by vyadhishardul guggul orally and Dashang Tailam locally for group A and sihnad Guggul orally and mahavishgarbh Tailam locally for group B for 45 days treatment and follow up taken for post therapy 45 days. Analysis of all patients were done and after that Result and conclusion were drawn.

Result and conclusion: -

Vyadhishardula guggul with Dashang tail (Group A) is as effective as Simhanada guggul with Mahavishgarbh tail (Group B).

KEYWORDS:- vyadhishardul guggul, Dashang tail, sihnad guggul , Mahavishgarbha tail, amavata, Rheumatoid Arthritis

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Published

2024-06-18

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Puja Madhukar Deshmukh, Dr Subhash B .Jamdhade., Dr Subhash B .Jamdhade., Dr pradnya S.Jamdhade ., Dr pradnya S.Jamdhade ., & Dr yogesh duddhalwar. (2024). Randomized controlled clinical study to evaluate the efficacy of Vyadhishardul Guggul orally and Dashang Tail locally in the management of Amavata with special reference to Rheumatoid arthritis in the age group 18-70 years. Ayurline: International Journal of Research in Indian Medicine, 8(02). Retrieved from https://ayurline.in/index.php/ayurline/article/view/820

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