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Abstract

COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY OF NASYA AND MUKHLEP IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MUKHADUSHIKA (A PILOT STUDY)

Dr. Poonam Sonawane*, Dr. Nikita Chaudhari and Dr. Nitin Jadhav

ABSTRACT

India is a mother hub for development of Ayurveda and Panchakarma. Ayurveda is a science of life and the only science which guide us about living healthy, long life. The aim of Ayurveda is “swasthasyaswasthyarakshanam” is to maintain health of healthy individual. Panchakarma therapy plays important role in this. Today’s lifestyle changes like irregular diet, pollution, stress, hormonal changes directly affects the skin. It causes many skin diseases and most common in them is Acne vulgaris i.e.Mukhadushika. In present era Mukhadushika is one of the most common problem in 80% of population in the age of 11-30 years. In 2013 Acne vulgaris was estimated to affect 660 million people globally. Because of that it can be marked as the 8thmost common disease worldwide. Acne vulgaris can be correlate with Mukhadushika in Ayurveda. It is included in Kshudra-rogas according to Sushruta. In the present study Nasya and Mukhalep are the procedures selected,which are very commonly practiced. Two groups of 10 patients each were treated with these procedures and result were monitored. It is found that both the procedures are successful in subsiding the symptoms of Mukhadushika. But Mukhalepa is found more effective in getting relief in the management of Mukhadushika.

Keywords: Nasya, Mukhalep, Acne Vulgaris, Mukhadushika.


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