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Abstract

A CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF SIDHARTHAK LEPA, NIMB CHURNA AND AMALTAS FANT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF YUVANPIDIKA (W.S.R. TO ACNE VULGARIS)

Dr. Garg Richa*, Dr. Yadav Sanchan, Dr. Sachdev Kamal, Dr. Dharmendra and Dr. Yadav Shalini

ABSTRACT

Aim: To evaluate the efficacy of ayurvedic drugs in the management of yuvanpidika (w.s.r. to acne vulgaris)”. Introduction: Yuvan pidika or Acne vulgaris is believed to be the most common skin disease. It affects 70% of population during adolescence and early adult life. It can cause significant emotional distress and physical scarring if left untreated. Settings and Design: For the present clinical study 46 patients having Pitika resembling to shalmali-kantaka on face (papule/nodule), Ghana (thick hard or indurated) Medogarbha (comedones), Saruja (pain), Saraga (erythema), Daha (Burning sensation), Sopha ( swelling) were selected in single group. Materials and method: We have selected Shidharthaka lepa for local application, which contains Sidharthaka (Brassica compestris), Vacha (Acorus calamus), Lodhra (Symplocos racemosa) and Sandhava lavana. Nimb churna (Azadirachta indica) and Amaltas fant (Cassia fistula) for internal administration. We adopted both bahya and abhyantara aushadhi prayoga for this study. Selection of regime is based on repeated recommendations of different Acharyas on Yuvan-Pidika. Type of study: Phase 2 single group study. Statistical analysis used: p value, paired „t‟ test, unpaired „t‟ test, etc. Results: The trial drugs shows a significant results in terms of relieved & improvement in clinical parameters, out of 42 patients 64.28% were relieved, 28.57% patients were improved, 7.14% had no response, and there is no case of worsened had been reported. Conclusion: Trial drugs were well accepted and tolerated with good positive response and no any side effect has been observed.

Keywords: Yuvan pidika, Acne vulgaris, Sidharthak lepa, Nimba, Amaltas fant.


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