Randomised study on effect of nishottar choorna and triphala kwath in bahupitta kamla w.s.r.to hepatocellular jaundice
AbstractINTRODUCTION:- Hepatocellular Jaundice is an infectious disease affect the liver. Presenting features of hepatitis are Jaundice, Abdominal Pain, Nausea, Anorexia and Fatigue. As per modern medicine does not have any efficient remedy and due to side effects of available medicine, everybody is in search of alternative medicine. While examining patients in our OPD it was found that many patients were suffering from jaundice, mostly Bahupitta Kamla (Hepatocellular Jaundice). So to find effective and cheaper remedy for patient, this topic was selected. AIM:- To study the efficacy of Nishottar Choorna + Triphala kwatha in Bahupitta Kamla w.s.r. Hepatocellular Jaundice. OBJECTIVE:- 1) To observe the effect of Nishottar Choorna + Triphala kwatha in Bahupitta kamla. 2) To provide efficient and easily available treatment for bahupitta kamla (hepatocellular jaundice). MATERIALS AND METHODS:- 1) Patients suffering from Bahupitta Kamla i.e.Hepatocellular Jaundice were selected from O.P.D. and I.P.D. of GAC,Nanded. 2) 15 patients of Hepatocellular Jaundice i.e. Bahupitta Kamla were selected randomly and Nishottar Choorna 5gm + Triphala kwath 40 ml in BD dose was given. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION:- Statistical analysis and discussions about result will be discussed in detail in paper. RESULT:- The results were encouraging. The therapy provided marked relief from all symptoms of bahupitta kamala and improvement in the liver function tests significantly. CONCLUSION:- Nishottar Choorna and Triphala Kwath was usefull in Bahupitta kamala (Hepatocellular Jaundice) which was also statistically significant. The therapy is cost effective and easily available. Key words: Bahupitta Kamala, Hepatocellular Jaundice,Nishottar Choorna, Triphala Kwath
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