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Paper Title: Effect of Shunthi and Guda along with Yogasana in the Management of Tamaka Shwasa w.r.t. to Bronchial Asthma
Authors Name: Dr Arun Kumar Pandey , Dr Jolly Saxena , Dr Ayushlal PM , Dr Debasis Biswal , Dr Ankur Saxena
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Published Paper Id: IJRTI2303035
Published In: Volume 8 Issue 3, March-2023
Abstract: The disease TamakaShwasais originate due to the vitiation of Kaphaand Vataand manifested through PranvahaSrotasa. Vata predominantly associated with Kaphaobstructed in the PranavahaSrotasgets more aggravated and in turn causes Shwasa. The etiopathogenesis and symptomatology, bronchial asthma is similar to that of TamakaShvasa. In the present study bronchial asthma has taken as TamakaShwasafor clinical evaluation. The present study was aimed to evaluate the combined efficacy of Shunthi and Guda along with Yogasana in the Management of TamakaShwasa. 40 Patients having diagnostic feature of TamakaShwasa who follows inclusion criteria were selected for present study. Shunthi and Gudachoorna in the dose of 5gm twice a day after meal with Luke warm water for a period of 30 days with a Specially prepared Yogasana module. Assessments were done on every 8th day and after the completion of trialbased on the different grading (0-3) given for subjective and objective parameters. The Overall result of the study shows that out of 40 patients, 62.5% of patients got complete remission, and 20% of patients got marked improvement, 15% of patients has got moderate improvement from the symptoms of Tamakashwasa (Bronchial Asthma). The results obtained in this study suggest that ShunthiandGuda along withYogasanarelieves the symptoms of the diseaseTamakashwasa, and administering Yogasanasis beneficial for the patients of TamakaShwasa.
Keywords: Tamkashwasa, Shunti- Guda, Yogasana, Bronchial asthma
Cite Article: "Effect of Shunthi and Guda along with Yogasana in the Management of Tamaka Shwasa w.r.t. to Bronchial Asthma", International Journal of Science & Engineering Development Research (www.ijrti.org), ISSN:2455-2631, Vol.8, Issue 3, page no.213 - 217, March-2023, Available :http://www.ijrti.org/papers/IJRTI2303035.pdf
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Country: Farrukhabad, Utter Pradesh, India
Research Area: Medical Science
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