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Year : 2013  |  Volume : 32  |  Issue : 6  |  Page : 90

PA03.21. To evaluate the effect of Vaman, Kanak Bindu Aristha & Kusthakalanal Taila on Psoriasis


National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur, India

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Saurabh Singh Hada
National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur
India
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DOI: 10.4103/0257-7941.123918

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Purpose: It Psoriasis is one the most dreadful dermatological condition affecting up to 2.5% of the world's & approximately 0.8% Indian population. is a common, chronic and non- infectious skin disease characterized by well defined slightly raised, dry erythematous macules with silvery scales and typical extensor distribution affecting any sex. In Ayurveda all dermatological conditions are grouped under broad term Kustha. Ayurveda has its own systemic approach plan to treat diseases. In the case of treating Kustha, Acharyas has specifically emphasized on Shaodhan Chikitsa ,Shamana because of its repeated relapse. So in this present study we selected Vamana procedures of Panchkarma which are like Biopurification procedures of body and drug kanakbinduarishta, kushtakalanal Taila. Method: Selection of Cases: The study was conducted on 30 clinically diagnosed and confirmed cases of Psoriasis randomly divided into 2 groups. Group A was administered vaman, kanak bindu arishta and local app. of kustha kalanal oil. Group B was administered kanak bindu arishta and local app. of kustha kalanal oil. The duration of the trial was for 3 Months. The drugs used were Kanak bindu arishta, Kushta kalanal taila and Oil-as per requirement The criteria for assessment was Pasi score,Kandu,Mandala rupa Result: In the evaluation the results were highly significant in Group A and all criteria were PASI (t = 9.63, p <0.001), Kandu (t = 9.28, p <0.001), Daha (t = 6.50, p <0.001). In the evaluation the results were highly significant in Group B and all criteria were PASI (t = 9.63, p <0.001), Kandu (t = 9.28, p <0.001), Daha (t = 6.50, p <0.001). Conclusion: Thus finally we can conclude that Vaman followed by administration of kanakbindu arishta and local application of kushta kalanal oil is effective in management of Psoriasis as it is safe, cost effective & free from any side effects. It also prevents the relapse considerably.


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