A Case Report: Management of Granular Pharyngitis with Ayurveda
Background: Granular pharyngitis is an acute or subacute form of throat disease which is extremely common in autumn and spring. It is characterized by marked swelling of the follicular tissue of the pharynx, which has a granular glazed appearance. Symptomatically it can be correlated with Kaphaja Rohini or Kanthashalooka. Methods: A 20-year-old patient presented with complaint of recurrent dry cough, rhinorrhea, dysphagia, dry and sore throat, tiredness of voice since last 4 months. Management done with OPD based treatment. here in this case report treatment chosen was i.e. Yashtimadhu Ghanavati, Shitopaladi Churna, Naradiya Laxmi Vilasa Rasa Orally, Dashamoola Kwatha (Kavala), Yashtimadhu Churna (Pratisarana). Result: There was marked improvement in symptoms like recurrent dry cough, rhinorrhea, dysphagia, dry and sore throat tiredness of voice with the treatment of 1 month. Conclusion: Significant result was observed with this treatment protocol in the management of granular pharyngitis.
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