Comparative Study of Jeevantyadiyamaka Lepa and Vipadikahar Lepa in the Management of Vipadika
The skin diseases many times are not a cause for any mortality; they make the patient worried due to its external appearance. Even though many skin diseases may be cured yet but few diseases (eczema, psoriasis, dermatitis etc.) makes it much irritation for patient and troubles some for treating physician too. And severe itching or burning or oozing disturbs his/her day to day life. Vipadika is one among the Kshudra Kushta. It is also one among the vatajananatmaja vikara which is commonly prevalent, which in chronicity gives maximum pain to the sufferer. All the patients of group A & group B were provided with a container of “Jeevantyadi yamaka lepa” & Vipadikahar lepa respectively of 50 gms for 15 days and later again 50 gms for next 15 days, for total 30 days. Jeevantyadi yamaka lepa alone (group A) is effective in the management of vipadika with highly significant result from good to encouraging results. Vipadikahar lepa (Group B) is very effective in the management of vipadika with highly significant results from encouraging to excellent result. Group B therapy is more effective than Group A therapy.
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