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Abstract

CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF ‘DHANYADI YOGA’ AND ‘JATAMANSI ARKA’ IN THE MANAGEMENT OF VATIKA GRAHANI WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME

Amit Joshi, Kartar Singh Bansal and Hemlata Soni*

ABSTRACT

Introduction: Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) is a motility disorder of gastrointestinal tract, essentially of functional nature with definite psychosomatic basis. Prevalence of IBS varies from 4.2%-7.5%, 7.7%-12.9% and 11%-14% in India. The highest prevalence was observed among educated and more affluent people. Across Asia, IBS is more prevalent in younger age groups, but, unlike in Western studies. The aetio-pathogenesis and the symptoms of IBS suggest the involvement of Vata Dosha. Aims: To evaluate the efficacy of ‘Dhanyadi Yoga‟ and ‘Jatamansi Arka‟ in the management of Vatika Grahani w.s.r. to Irritable Bowel Syndrome. Materials and Methods: The study was conducted in 30 clinically diagnosed patients of Vatika Grahani. In group A patients were treated with Dhanyadi Yoga 2 tab (500 mg each) thrice a day with lukewarm water before meal. In group B patients were treated with Dhanyadi Yoga‟ 2 tab (500 mg each) thrice a day, with lukewarm water before meal and 15 ml Jatamansi Arka twice after meal. Results: In group A highly significant improvement in Udara Shula (63%, p<0.01), Mala Tyaga Asantushti (50%, p<0.01), Udara Atopa (54%, p<0.01). In group B highly significant improvement in Udara Shula (83%, p<0.01), Mala Tyaga Asantushti (50%, p<0.01), Kapha Nissarana (36%, p<0.01), Udara Atopa (49%, p<0.01). Conclusion: Both the groups showed good results, but group B showed better results in comparison to group A.

Keywords: Irritable bowel syndrome, Vatika Grahani, Dhanyadi Yoga, Jatamansi Arka.


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