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Abstract

ROLE OF BALUKASVEDA AND VAITARANA BASTI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF AMAVATA (RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS)

Akhilanath Parida*, Satyasmita Jena and Varun Sawant

 

ABSTRACT

Amavata is a commonest disorder seen in middle age people which affects both the sex, characterized by angamarda (body pain), aruchi (loss of taste), trishna (thirst), alasya (lack of enthusiasm), gaurava (heaviness), klama (tiredness without doing work), apaka (indigestion) and fever. In the later stage pain may begin to migrate from place to place with a vrishchikadamshavatvedana (intense stinging type of pain) and burning sensation. similar clinical symptoms seen in the disease Rheumatoid Arthritis in modern science. The Treatment principle includes the pain management and steroids in the Allopathic medicine. In Ayurveda according to our classics langhana (light diet or fasting), deepana-pachana (appetizers, digestives and carminatives), samshodhana (different purifications) are suggested. the aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of valuka-sweda and vaitaranabasti in the management of amavata. In the present clinical trial 30 patients suffering with amavata were selected and divided into two groups with 15 patients each administered with valuka-sweda and vaitaranabasti. Statistical analysis showed better result in relieving the sign and symptoms of amavata (rheumatoid arthritis) in both the groups. By comparison group b (valukasweda and vaitaranabasti) showed better result than valukasweda alone (group a).

Keywords: Amavata, rheumatoid arthritis, valukasweda, vaitaranabasti.


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