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Dr. Ravindra B. Atram*, Dr. Smita S. Kolte, Dr. Shrawan N. Kamble, Dr. Jayshree N. Kolhe and Dr. Yogesh L. Manani



In recent Cosmetic era skin diseases have gained more importance & attention due to common manifestation and more so frequent. The patients of skin diseases are more prone to experience physical, emotional & socioeconomic embarrassment in the society due to disfigured appearance. Dermatophytosis, also known as ringworm, is a fungal infection of the skin.[1] Typically it results in a red, itchy, scaly, circular rash.[2] 20% of the population having one of these infections. In Ayurveda skin diseases are mentioned under the name Kushtha, Tridoshaja vyadhi which involves Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa & Lasika etc... Dadru is one of the most common but miserable variety of Kushta affects the population of all the age group & it stands as challenge to different medical systems. Symptomatology of Dadru has close resemblance with fungal skin infection as described in modern texts. There is great demand of Ayurveda in the field of cosmetology. Ayurveda has unique concept of beauty and can offer effective, cheaper and long lasting beauty therapy without any side effects. Here an efforts is made to see the effect of Durvadi Lepa in the management of Dadru. Total 30 patient had given Durvadi Lepa for local application twice in a day for 1 month’s trial period. Patients were assessed thoroughly for a total period of 2 months including 1 month follow up period. From the above study it has concluded that the drug Durvadi Lepa effective to Treat Dadru (Ringworm) with no apparent evidence of complication.

Keywords: Dadru, Dermatophytosis, Durvadi lepa, fungal, Kushtha, Ringworm.

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