A CLINICAL STUDY ON ETIOPATHOGENESIS OF STHAULYA AND ITS MANAGEMENT WITH MEDOHAR COMPOUND


Manoj Kumar Gupta

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In the present study total 75 subjects of Sthaulya were registered. Out of which 15 patients left against medical advice. Remaining 60 patients were treated in three therapeutic groups. In-group ‘A’ 25 patients treated with Medohar vati in a dose of 1 gm. 3 times a day, with lukewarm water   before meal for 60 days. Whereas in group ‘B’ 13 patients were treated with Iesabgol husk in a dose of 15 gm. 2 times a day with lukewarm water before meal for 60 days. While in group ‘C’ 22 patients were treated with Navaka Guggulu in a dose of 1 gm 3 times a day with lukewarm water before meal for 60 days. On General Symptom Group A 56.47 %, Group B 58.18 % and in Group C 48.46 % relief was observed. On Associated Symptoms Group A 44.20 %, Group B 47.19 % and in Group C 35.14 % relief was observed. On Weight & BMI Group A 3.39 %, Group B 5.07 % and in Group C 2.28 % relief was observed. On Body Circumference Group A 3.51 %, Group B 2.87 % and in Group C 2.72 % relief was observed. On Skin Fold Thickness Group A 17.16 %, Group B 18.82 % and in Group C 10.63 % relief was observed. On Walking Time & Respiratory Rate Group A 17.13 %, Group B 20.13 % and in Group C 14.84 % relief was observed.If we see the overall effect of all three groups in total average improvement then we found that Group A 23.64 %, Group B 25.38 % and in Group C 19.01 % relief was observed.

Key Words- Sthaulya,obesity and Medoroga etc.


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Title

A CLINICAL STUDY ON ETIOPATHOGENESIS OF STHAULYA AND ITS MANAGEMENT WITH MEDOHAR COMPOUND

Date

01-10-2016

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Innovare Journal of Ayurvedic Sciences
Vol 4 Issue 5 2016 (October-November) Page: 1-11

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2321-6824

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Manoj Kumar Gupta
Lecturer, Department of Roga and Vikriti Vijnana,Government Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Atarra, Banda, Uttar pradesh, India.


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