Role of Amrutadi Kwath and Dashamool Kwath during Postpartum Period - A Comparative AnalysisJournal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 2)
Publication Date: 2021-02-05
Authors : Gouri G. Ganpatye;
Page : 1023-1025
Keywords : Sutika; Puerperium; Amrutadi Kwath;
New born is a centre of attraction when it comes out of womb. The woman, after becoming mother changes herself emotionally as well as psychologically. To regain the health after delivery of baby, minimum 45 days care is necessary to revert the anatomical and physiological changes of female genital system to its normal state. In India, due to lack of education and medical facilities in remote areas, postpartum morbidity and mortality is more as compared to other developed countries. So perinatal and postnatal care for both mother and baby is a major task for Indian Medical System. Ancient Ayurvedic literature has emphasized the care of mother and child. Kashyap Samhita has given prime importance to the post partum diseases and care of newborn babies. Kashyap Samhita has given strict guidelines which help in early recovery of a woman from stress and strain after delivery. These guidelines are called Sutika Paricharya. Those guidelines described in Sutika Kaal (postnatal period) in ancient time are still effective in modern era. For study, Amrutadi Kwath and Dashamool Kwath were used as single blinded comparative trial. Among those trials, both kwath have found highly effective in different signs and symptoms in Sutika Kaal (Postpartum period).
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