EFFECT OF VASANTIKA VAMANA ON VARIOUS KAPHAJA VIKARAS (KITIBHA KUSHTA, STHOULYA, TAMAKA SWASA AND HYPOTHYROIDISM)Journal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.7, No. 7)
Publication Date: 2019-07-05
Authors : Kirankumari.Rathod; Anant S Desai.;
Page : 538-544
Keywords : Vasantika vamana Kitibha kushta Sthoulya Tamaka swasa and Madana phala pippali.;
Ayurveda believes the state of seasonal changes influence the biological system resulting into the accumulation and aggravation of particular dosha in a particular season like accumulation of kapha dosha in Shishira rutu and aggravation of it in Vasanta rutu. Vasantika vamana is conducted in spring season approximately in the month of March and April for the elimination of vitiated kapha dosha. Kitibha kushta, Sthoulya, Tamaka swasa and Hypothyroidism is a kapha pradhana bahudoshaavstha janya vyadhis. There was aggravation of symptoms are seen in Shishira rutu by adopting the Shishira rutucharya i.e indulging of madhura,amla, lavana rasa, snigdha and sheeta guna ahara as these are the disease provocating nidanas. Hence Vamana karma is done in Vasanta rutu to expel the vitiated Kapha dosha. For Deepana and Pachana- Chitrakadivati was selected. Snehapaana with Murchita grita is administered till Samyak snigdha lakshanas. Abhyanga with Murchita tila taila followed by Ushnajala snana as swedana karma was advices in Vishrama kaala. Kapha utkleshakara ahara are advised in Vishrama kaala for utkleshana of kapha dosha. Madana phala pippali chorna added with Yashimadhu choorna, Vacha choora, Saindhava lavana and Madhu was administered as vamaka yoga. Assessment of symptoms of these diseases is done before starting of Deepana and Pachana and after Vamana karma is analysed statistically by using student ?t? test. After Vamana karma statistically highly significant results are observed in the symptoms of these diseases.
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