A Clinical comparative study of Vasadi ghrita aschyotana with Carboxymethyl cellulose eye drops in the management of Arjuna w.s.r Subconjunctival hemorrhage
Eyes are the most precious gift of the god to the living beings. Good vision is crucial for social and intellectual development of person. So to protect this organ is not only a necessity but also a responsibility of every individual. India is having the highest rate of head injury in RTA in the world. Out of which 60% suffer from Subconjunctival hemorrhage. Subconjunctival hemorrhage or Ecchymosis is of very common occurrence. Subconjunctival hemorrhage” is a common benign condition of the eye that has characteristic features, such as the painless acute appearance of a sharply circumscribed redness of bleeding underneath the conjunctiva in the absence of discharge, and inflammation in contagious areas. While searching solution for Subconjunctival hemorrhage in ayurveda, its signs and symptoms match very much with Arjuna” described in “Shuklagata roga”. Which is having symptom painless red spot over white surface of eye. So taking these things into consideration “Vasadi Ghrita Aschyotana” was selected for treating the disease Arjuna. The ghrita contain “Vasa” and “Yashtimadhu” having pittashamaka, Shonitasthapan properties.
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