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Abstract

A CLINICAL STUDY OF NASYA KARMA THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF VATAJ TIMIRA W.S.R TO MYOPIA

Dr. Alka K. Savale* and Dr. Jyoti R. Dakhore

 

ABSTRACT

Myopia, commonly referred to as shortsightedness is the most common eye disease in the world with substantial social, educational and economic impact. Some of the clinical features of vataj Timira can be correlated with Myopia. A clinical trail was conducated to evaluate the role of Nasya in the patient suffering from Myopia. Timira is one among the Drishtigata Roga causing great threat to the vision with mild to gross visual loss. Vagabhata also mentions that if Timira is not treated in early stage it will cause blindness. Sushruta has described Nasya with Sahadi Tail for the management of Myopia. The ingredients of Sahadi Taila are Saha, Ashwagandha, Atibala and Shtavari which are Chakshushya Dravya for improving eye sight. Hence the study is planned to evaluate the role of Nasya Karma done with Sahadi Taila in the management of Myopia. A 23 years old female patient reported with the complains of Durastha Avyakta Darshana, Vihwala Darshana (Blurred vision), Headache, Eye strain, Burning sensation in both eye. For that she approached contemporary medical science for treatment. But her complaints did not subside, so she come to our hospital.

Keywords: Timira, Myopia, Sahadi Taila, Nasya, Drishtigata Roga.


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