Research Article

AYUSHDHARA | Year : 2015 | Volume : 2 | Issue : 1 | Page : 43-52

A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY OF TRUNAPANCHAMULA KWATHA AND HARITAKYADI KWATHA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PITTAJA MUTRAKRICCHRA

Jitendra D. Khot1*, Dnyaneshwar. K. Jadhav2

*1Resident Medical officer, S.G.R.Ayurveda College, Attached S.S.N.J.Ayurvedic Hospital, Solapur, Maharashtra, India.
2P.G. Scholar, Dept. of Kaychikitsa, S.G.R.Ayurveda College, Solapur, Maharashtra, India.

ABSTRACT

The quest of man to live happily lies in being healthy. The task of medicine is to preserve and to restore the health by reliving the suffering. The pain is universally understood as a sign of disease. It is a most common symptom that brings a patient to physician’s attention.
Pittaja Mutrakricchra is a common disorder affecting all age groups and both sexes. It is not limited to particular class of the society. It is Shoola (Ruja) Yukta daha pradhana pakwasaya samuttha Samanyaja Vyadhi affecting urinary system and leaving the person disable and disappointed from the daily routine activity. Various Acharyas mentioned the Shodhana and Shaman chikitsa for it. The Trunapanchamula kwatha and Haritakyadi kwatha are mentioned as Mutrakricchrahara in Bahisajya Ratnavali, Chakradatta and Yogaratnakara. Also these Kwatha does Pittahara, Vatanuloman and Basti shodaka. Hence both the combination is worth tested for their efficacy in Pittaja Mutrakricchra.
For present study 40 patients diagnosed as Pittaja Mutrakricchra were randomly selected from Dr. B.N.M.E. Trust’s Shri Mallikarjuna Swamiji Post Graduate and Research Center, Bijapur. Patients thus selected were randomly allocated in 2 groups Group A and Group B. Group-A & Group-B patients received Trunapanchamula kwatha & Haritakyadi kwatha 48 ml with Sukoshna jala as Anupana before lunch and dinner for 30 days respectively.
The overall effect of therapies showed both Trunapanchamula kwatha and Haritakyadi kwatha having better result in management of Pittaja Mutrakricchra.

Keywords:  Pittaja Mutrakricchra, Trunapanchamula Kwatha, Haritakyadi Kwath.

*Corresponding Address:
Dr.Jitendra D. Khot, Resident Medical officer, S.G.R.Ayurveda College, S.S.N.J.Ayurvedic Hospital, Solapur, Maharashtra, India. Mob: +919503457437
Email: drjitendrakhot4031@gmail.com

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