CLINICAL-COMPARATIVE STUDY OF VIRECHAN & PAKSHAGHATARI GUGGULU ON PAKSHAGHAT W.R.S. TO HEMPIPLIGIA.


Neeraj kanungo, Manoj Kumar Gupta, Dinesh Singh Gaur, Shrikrishna Sharma, U.S Nigam, Vinod kumar Singh

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Abstract

In the present era due to speeder change of the civilization, human habits and life style continuously changing without any consideration of their benefits or harms Adaptation of new diets, movement with fast moving vehicles, maintenance of wrong postures, avoidance or over-indulgence of exercise, suppression of natural urges, anxiety strain etc. of the present life are becoming responsible for increasing incidence of Vatavyadhi like Pakshaghat (Hemiplegia.) These diseases mostly treated by allopathic medicines(high dose of corticosteroids) which are having considerable side effects and could not be used on long term basis. So conclusion is that in these disease, the dose of allopathic medicines and disease gradually progresses and in addition due to the side effects of allopathic medicines, it is better that these diseases should be treated by Ayurvedic medicines.

Key words Pakshawadh Pakshaghat and Ardhangavata etc.


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CLINICAL-COMPARATIVE STUDY OF VIRECHAN & PAKSHAGHATARI GUGGULU ON PAKSHAGHAT W.R.S. TO HEMPIPLIGIA.

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01-07-2013

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Innovare Journal of Ayurvedic Sciences
Vol 1 Issue 2 2013 (July-September) Page: 6-13

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Neeraj kanungo
India

Manoj Kumar Gupta
India

Dinesh Singh Gaur
India

Shrikrishna Sharma
India

U.S Nigam
India

Vinod kumar Singh
India


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