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Abstract

TO EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF ELADI KWATHA AND PASHANABHEDADI KWATHA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MOOTRASHAMARI W.S.R. TO URINARY CALCULI

Dr. Bisen Mukesh Kumar*, Dr. Verma Sudha Rani, Dr. Rajpoot Purnima and Dr. Patel Divya

ABSTRACT

Mootrashmari is considered as one amont the Asthamahagada told in the samhita, characterized by cardinal symptoms of Basti Vedna Sraktamutrata and mutra kriccha etc. Objectives: To evaluate the efficacy of the formulations Eladi kwatha and Pashanabhedadi kwatha, in the management of Mootrashmari W.S.R to Urinary calculi – A clinical comparative study. Eladi kwatha and Pashanabhedadi kwatha are mentioned in Yogaratnakar in the management of Mootrashmari. Methods: Case presenting with classical sign and symptom of Mootrashmari were selected. The formulations Eladi kwatha and Pashanabhedadi kwatha had given to group A and B. The symptoms pain, Burnining Micturition, Frequency of Micturition and size of stone had been assessed before and after treatment. The duration of the study was 45 days with 30 days follow up study with assessment of result at the interval of 15 days. Results: Both the formulations has shown significant result in reducing subjective parameter, but Eladi kwatha has shown more significant in reducing the size of stone. Conclusion: Treatment modality in Group A (Eladi kwatha) is better than Group B (Pashanabhedadi kwatha) reducing the size of stone.

Keywords: Mootrashmari, Urinary Calculi, Eladi kwatha and Pashanabhedadi kwatha.


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