Government Ayurved College

Raipur, India

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Raipur, India
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Lekurwale P.S.,Shri Ayurved Mahavidhyalaya | Vyas D.M.,Jupiter Ayurved Medical College | Anwaar S.,Baba Mastanath Ayurved Mahavidhyala | Umarkar S.V.,Government Ayurved College
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy | Year: 2014

Aamvata is one of the crippling diseases claiming the maximum loss of human power. It is not only a disorder of locomotor system but also a systemic disease. Aamavata is named after its chief pathogenic constituents i.e. Aama and Vata. Though Aama and Vata are chiefly pathogenic factors, Kapha and Pitta are also invariably involved in its Samprapti. Aama and Vata being contradictory in character possess difficulty in planning the line of treatment. The symptoms of Aamvata are identical to Rheumatism which includes Rheumatoid arthritis and Rheumatic fever. The Rheumatological disorders are such group of disease which has no specific medical management in any type of therapeutics. It is observed that the Rheumatism is autoimmune disorder, these are among the collagen disorders having strong and significant parlance with Aamavata. Aamavata is the particular type of disease which is mentioned in Ayurveda since the period of Madhavkar under category of Vata - Kaphaja disorder. In spite of description of multiple drug therapy on Aamavata in different classics of Ayurveda, results are not found to be potential and durable. Hence in present clinical study 28 patients were selected and kept on "Vardhaman Bhallataki Rasayana" which shown significant result.


Meshram Manjusha R.,Government Ayurved College
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy | Year: 2014

Incidences of uterine fibroid are commonly seen in child bearing age of women. Inability to follow proper care pertaining to health because of change in life style is one of the positive factors for pathogenesis of uterine fibroid. It become more critical to follow certain regulations and care. The ideal dietary regimes can't be followed during menstrual period, post natal period and after abortion. This affects women's reproduction system resulting in uterine fibroid. Palash kshar helps to break down this pathogenesis with its properties hence proved effective to reduce the size of uterine fibroid.


Rasale P.L.,Government Ayurved College | Raut S.Y.,Government Ayurved College | Narkhede H.P.,Government Medical College | Muddeshwar M.G.,Government Medical College
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy | Year: 2014

Repair of bone defects secondary to trauma, osteoporosis, osteomyelitis and fracture nonunion poses a significant problem for many orthopedicians. As a part of our continuing screening of biologically active natural fracture healing accelerating agents, drug Asthishrunkhala reported to contain phytoestrogenic steroids, ascorbic acid, carotene, calcium, and anabolic steroids and shown to heal the bone fractures in several in vivo studies. Therefore, a random controlled study was conducted with the aim to evaluate the effective remedial therapy to accelerate bone healing so as to rehabilitate the individual as early as possible. Fracture healing was assessed with biochemical parameters like serum calcium, serum phosphorus and a hormonal parameter PTH (parathyroid hormone) and their values were evaluated during fracture healing. From the assessed data it was found that bone healing process was accelerated as serum level of PTH Hormone have shown increasing trend during the period of 31 days and it was at its peak on 21st day from inception of administration of drug; but levels of calcium and phosphorus were remain maintained during period of fracture healing. In control group it was observed that serial values of Serum Calcium, Serum Phosphorus and PTH Hormone were not having significant fluctuations. This indicates that the process of fracture healing or osteoblastic activity was initiated earlier in trial group. Hence study concludes that the drug Cissus quadrangularis is having influence on accelerating the fracture healing process and further it helps in reducing period of immobilization and early rehabilitation.


Ukhalkar V.P.,Government Ayurved College
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy | Year: 2013

Approach of human being towards life has created various dissonances in his biological system. Busy, professional and communal life, important sitting posture in offices, factories, unremitting and physical exertion, jerking activities during travelling and sports-all these factors create too much pressure to the spinal cord and play a vital role in producing low backache. The disease Kativata correlated with lumbar spondylosis has become a huge problem, in spite of advances in modern science. There are many medicines and surgical procedures to treat Lumbar Spondylosis in modern science which have both merits and demerits. The present study is concerned with the efficacy of "Mashadi Tailam Anuvasan Basti" in management of Kativata w.s.r. to Lumbar Spondylosis, to see whether any significant relief can be provided by this therapy and drug. Total 60 patients of Kativata (Lumbar Spondylosis) were selected randomly from OPD and IPD of Govt. Ayurved Hospital, Nanded and given Mashadi Tailam Anuvasan Basti 60 ml (total 9 anuvasan and 4 niruha basti i.e. after each 3 anuvasan 1 niruha basti) with lumbar traction to treatment group (30 pts.) and only lumbar traction in control group (30 pts.) for 13 days. After a course of therapy symptomatic improvement has been observed in treatment group which is statistically significant.


Ukhalkar V.P.,Government Ayurved College
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy | Year: 2013

A disease which anguishes patient's vital force or prana is called as Arsha according to Ayurveda. 'Arsha' is the gift of sedentary life style. One of its prime etiological factors is poor dietary habit which is unavoidable due to busy lifestyle. According to Sushruta the management of Arsha involves Aushadhi Chikitsa (conservative), Ksharkarma, Agnikarma and Shastrakarma (surgical). The 'Dhatuvaigunya' (Organic pathology local deformity) of anal structures requires local treatment. Ksharkarma is the treatment having more effect but needed intervention of another person for therapy. Concept of application of Kshar by patient himself was presumed and for this purpose the ointment of Kshar was used. The study was carried out in eight groups i.e. A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H and each group consists of about 25 to 30 patients. The patients of I II and III degree piles and P/R bleeding were included in this study. At the end of trial it was found that the application of Yava Kshar ointment of 10% having base Siktha Tailam was more effective than other ointments (i.e. Yava Kshar ointment 5% base Siktha Tailam, Yava Kshar ointment 5% base petroleum jelly, Yava Kshar ointment 10% base petroleum jelly, Faktu ointment, Trifgol powder, plane Siktha Tailam and plane Petroleum jelly) to reduced the P/R bleeding markedly in minimal period and to reduced the degree of haemorrhoids up to certain extent.


Vaikos C.D.,Government Ayurved College
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy | Year: 2012

Nosology is a branch of medicine that deals with classification of diseases. Diseases may be classified by etiology (cause), pathogenesis (mechanism by which the disease is caused), or by symptom(s). Alternatively, diseases may be classified according to the organ system involved, though this is often complicated since many diseases affect more than one organ. The effort made in this article is to define and elaborate the concept of Nosology in Ayurvedic through perspective. Ayurveda possess his own system of classification of disease. In allopathic science classification of disease began in 19th century. Emil Kraepelin and then Jacques Bertillon developed their own neologies. Bertillon's work, classifying causes of death, was a precursor of the modern code system, the International Classification of Diseases. Ayurveda classifies the diseases on certain basis like types of disease, origin wise classification of disease whether from Amashaya i.e. from gastrointestinal origin or Pakvashyotha i.e.from recto-colonological origin, numerological classification as described in sutrasthan of carak samhita for e.g. Ashtodariya chapter in which classification as per the descending number of types of disease is described.


Patil Y.R.,Government Ayurved College
International Journal of Research in Ayurveda and Pharmacy | Year: 2012

Guduchi is being used as a rejuvenating herb in Ayurveda and other system of medicine since many decades. Guduchi is prescribed as a monoherbal as well as polyherbal formulation. The herb has free radical scavenging properties against reactive oxygen and nitrogen. Due to its Rasayana (free radical scavenging property) it was decided to evaluate efficacy of its juice in growth of children by comparing with standard growth charts developed by National centre for health statistics. 30 Children of age group 6 to 8 years were recruited in the trial. Children were assessed and evaluated on the basis of objective and subjective parameters at interval of 15 days for 3 months. Mean weight of children at baseline of study was 19.99 ± 1.59 kg and was increased moderately to 20.64 ± 1.57 kg (at 12th wk). Mean score of skin luster was 0.43 ± 0.5 and it was increased significantly to 1.17 ± 0.37. Diet intake of these children at baseline was 0.467 ± 0.51 and in was increased significantly to 1.63 ± 0.48. These findings suggest that juice of Tinospora cordifolia is an effective, safe, and herbal formulation for the children growth.


Yedke S.,Yashwant Ayurved College | Raut S.,Government Ayurved College | Jangde C.,Nagpur Veterinary College
Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine | Year: 2013

Background: Success of surgery depends on wound closure and healing. Ancients had coated many suture materials from plant and animal origin. As the quest for natural nonabsorbable, monofilament surgical suture continues, horsehair has been taken for study, which is mentioned in ancient literature. Objectives: Aim of the study was to evaluate detail mechanical and biophysical properties of horsehair. Materials and Methods: Physical properties, that are diameter, straight pull and knot pull tensile strength, bioburden, sterility tests were performed. Visual and histological wound healing parameters were studied in experimental Wistar rat incision wound model. Two experimental wounds about 5 cm long were created on each side of dorsal midline. Each animal received two sutures-Horsehair 4-0 and Ethilon 4-0. The sutured areas were grossly examined on 3 rd and 7 th days for visual observations like congestion, edema, infection, wound disruption, and impression of suture material on healed wound and then subjected for histological study. Results: Revealed that horsehair has got diameter of 0.19 mm which complies with the 4-0 size USP standard. Straight pull tensile strength was found 0.5851 ± 0.122 kg and knot pull tensile strength was 0.3998 ± 0.078 kg, which complies with the standards of United State Pharmacopia for class II nonabsorbable suture materials. In vivo study revealed that there was no evidence of edema, congestion, and discharge in both the groups. Wounds healed with minimum impressions of suture material with minimum scar mark. Mean histological scoring shows very mild tissue reaction. Conclusion: Horsehair has got properties of standard suture material except low tensile strength and hence can be used in reconstructive, plastic surgeries, and ophthalmic surgeries.


Singh T.R.,Government Ayurved College | Gupta L.N.,Banaras Hindu University | Kumar N.,Banaras Hindu University
Journal of Ayurveda and Integrative Medicine | Year: 2016

Background Lauha bhasma is one of the herbo-metallic preparations used in Ayurveda, a traditional Indian system of medicine for treating various ailments such as anemia, diarrhea, hyperlipidemia and diabetes. Objective To establish standard manufacturing procedure of Teekshna lauha bhasma and analyze its physico-chemical properties. Materials and methods The preparation of T. lauha bhasma (calx of iron [Fe] turning) involves samanya shodhana, vishesha shodhana followed by bhanupaka, sthalipaka and putapaka with Triphala kwatha as a medium under temperature of 650 °C in electric muffle furnace (EMF) and maintained for 1 h. T. lauha bhasma were subjected to different physico-chemical characterization using X-ray fluorescence spectrophotometer and scanning electron microscopy. Results and discussion The results suggest that these steps are necessary to obtain a good quality of bhasma and also make it acceptable for trituration during Bhasmikarana process. It is found that T. lauha bhasma was prepared properly in 20 puta at a temperature of 650 °C. The particle size of 20 puta T. lauha bhasma is 100–500 nm in range. Conclusion Pharmaceutical procedures given in Ayurvedic texts are necessary to prepare pakwa jambu phala varna T. lauha bhasma that complies with all the classical bhasma pariksha and modern analytical parameters in 20 puta at a temperature of 650 °C maintained for 1 h in EMF. © 2016 Transdisciplinary University, Bangalore and World Ayurveda Foundation


PubMed | Government Ayurved College and Gujarat Ayurved University
Type: Journal Article | Journal: Ayu | Year: 2016

To convert Seven pilot batches were prepared to fix the ratio of formulation composition. The procedure was repeated for 14 times to ensure the process validation.Converting into granules in presence of jaggery and This modified proportion of ingredients can be considered as standard in preparing

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