Role of Sphatik bhasma as haemostatic drug in the Management of Rakta Pradar W.R.T Heavy Menstrual Bleeding

  • Deepali Agrwal
  • Rajshree Ambhore
Keywords: Raktapradar, Sphatik bhasma, Heavy menstrual bleeding

Abstract

Heavy menstrual bleeding or abnormal bleeding is most common problems in females in present era due to improper diet habits, sleeping habits due to increasing degrees of civilisation. There are various treatment on heavy menstrual flow like hormonal replacement therapy where there is hormonal imbalancement, Anti fibrinolytics drugs in dysfunctional uterine bleeding available today. According to Ayurveda it can be correlated with Raktapradar. Various drugs are suggested in raktapradar in classical text. In this study efficacy of Sphatik bhasma (potassium aluminium sulphate also known as potassium alum or potashalum, has a molecular formulae of K2(SO4).Al2(SO4)3.24H2O) as haemostatic drug is observed through clinical trial. The clinical study was conducted on 15 patients having heavy menstrual bleeding. Interventional drug Sphatik Bhasma with pakwa kadali phala (banana or Musa paradisiaca) is administered for 3 days. The clinical assessment was done on the basis of grading criteria of Rakta Pradar like amount and duration of bleeding, pain, burning sensation and weakness and were assessed on mean scores before and after treatment and analysed. The results were statistically and clinically highly significant in Raktapradar.

Author Biographies

Deepali Agrwal

Associate Professor, Department of Rognidan and Vikruti Vigyan, SSVP Ayurved College, Hospital and Research Institute, Hatta, Dist. Hingoli. 

Rajshree Ambhore

Assistant Professor, Department of Rognidan and Vikruti Vigyan, SSVP Ayurved College, Hospital and Research Institute, Hatta, Dist. Hingoli.

Published
2021-06-29
How to Cite
Agrwal, D., & Ambhore, R. (2021). Role of Sphatik bhasma as haemostatic drug in the Management of Rakta Pradar W.R.T Heavy Menstrual Bleeding. International Journal of Ayurvedic Medicine, 12(2), 289-291. https://doi.org/10.47552/ijam.v12i3.1932
Section
Research Articles