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International Journal of Herbal Medicine
Vol. 11, Issue 5, Part B (2023)

Ayurvedic management of Amavata: A case report

Author(s): Priyanka Erulkar, Anil K Burley and SG Deshmukh
Abstract:
A chronic, systemic inflammatory disease of the joints, rheumatoid arthritis is comparable to the Ayurvedic ailment known as "Amavata." Amavata is the second most common joint disorder. RA is a chronic, progressive disease that mostly affects the fingers, wrists, feet, and ankles. It leads to severe immobility and deformity, as well as joint inflammation. Amavata is a situation in which the body experiences Stabdhata as a result of vitiated Ama and Vata lodging in the Trika Sandhi and While Atanka Darpana explains the word "Yugapat" as Ama and Vata because both are held accountable for its pathogenesis, Madhukoshakara comments on the word "Yugapat" as simultaneously Vata and Kapha. Visited the Ayurvedic OPD of a female patient, age 37, with O.P.D. no. 2267 dated 12.12.2022.kayachitisa Department with complaint of Shoola, Shothaand Stambhain multiple joints since 1 year. Treated with Ayurvedic Shaman, Simhanada Guggul 500mg twice a day, Maharasnadi kwatha 20 ml twice a day with luke warm water, Panchakola churna–2 gm twice day with Luke warm water, Mahavishgarbha Tail local Application.
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International Journal of Herbal Medicine
How to cite this article:
Priyanka Erulkar, Anil K Burley, SG Deshmukh. Ayurvedic management of Amavata: A case report. Int J Herb Med 2023;11(5):98-100. DOI: 10.22271/flora.2023.v11.i5b.892

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