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Abstract

A CLINICAL STUDY TO ASSES THE EFFICACY OF SAPTACAKRA CHURNA (SALACIA RETICULATA WIGHT.) IN CONTROLLING MADHUMEHA

Rama Krishna Allam*, Srinivas P, Prameela Devi K, Rohini A. Aramani, Kasthuri.

ABSTRACT

Ayurveda is the “science of life”, it is one of our richest heritage gifted to us by our ancestors. Through countless transmission from generation to generation it has not lost its original lustre, it is indeed the original natural healing system of India. It is playing a key role for better human health in many incurable, chronic and degenerative diseases by its effectiveness. According to International Diabetes Federation Diabetes Atlas 6, published in November 2013, India has estimated 65 million people are suffering from diabetes with prevalence rate of 6 percent and nearly 77 million people are pre-diabetics. Diabetes mellitus is correlated with Madhumeha due to similar symptomatology in respect of etiology, pathogenesis, clinical features & prognosis. A single blind clinical study was conducted on 30 patients at Department of Dravyaguna of Tirumala Tirupati Devasthanam‟s (T.T.D‟s) S.V.Ayurvedic Hospital, Tirupati, with Saptacakra (Salacia reticulata Wight.) within the time frame of 3 months, in all subjects, history taking, clinical examination and laboratory investigations was done, which included screening for DM II as per Proforma advocated by CCRAS, New Delhi. Clinical assessment was carried out with improvement in subjective and objective parameters. The Saptacakra shows extremely significant (p<0.001) results on statistical evaluation in Weakness, Tingling & burning sensation and numbness. It shows very significant (p<0.01) reduction in polyurea and significant in case of cramps on walking (p<0.05). Reduction in FBS and PPBS in successive follow up is significant (p<0.05).

Keywords: Diabetes mellitus, Madhumeha, Saptacakra, Salacia reticulata Wight.


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