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Abstract

A CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF BILVA TAILA MATRA BASTI IN MANAGEMENT OF IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (IBS)

Namita Gupta*, Prof. Arun Kr. Tripathi, Prof. Uttam Kr. Sharma, Dr. Alok Kr. Srivastava

ABSTRACT

Irritable Bowel Syndrome is most common in its prevalence amongst all the functional gastrointestinal disease (FGID). There is yet no promising treatment available in modern medicine for IBS. Main symptoms of IBS includes abdominal discomfort, change in bowel habit, presence of mucous in stool and flatulence. Amongst which most of the complaints do clearly resemble the vitiation of Vata and the main site of disease is supposed to be that of large intestine which is the seat of Vata. So Matra Basti with the oil formulated with Grahi, Shothhara and Aampachak drugs has been chosen for the treatment module. 15 clinically diagnosed patients were selected from O.P.D. / I.P.D. of Panchakarma Dept. of Rishikul Campus, Haridwar and were administered with Bilva Taila Matra Bast for three consecutive sittings of 8 days along with interval of 8 days in between. Period of study was for 40 days along with follow up after one month. Assessment was done on the basis of Rome III criteria, Hamilton’s Score and Self-made criteria for assessing associated symptoms. Obtained results were analysed statistically and significance of results were evaluated (Graphpad Instat 3.10). There were significant result were obtained by use of Matra Basti in symptoms of IBS.

Keywords: Irritable Bowel Syndrome, Bilva Taila Matra Basti, Rome III criteria, Hamilton’s score.


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