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A SMALL GROUP STUDY ON THE EVALUATION OF EFFECTS OF SHATAVARI GHRITA IN MANAGEMENT OF VATARAKTA W.S.R. TO GOUT

Dr. Sarika Yadav* and Dr. Om Prakash Dadhich

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Vatarakta (gout) is the most common form of inflammatory arthritis in men > 40 years of age worldwide. Vatarakta (gout) is the disease which involves both metabolic and functional impairment and is characterized by pain, stiffness, itching, burning sensation, altered coloration over joint space and especially involves small joints of hands and feet. The prevalence of gout varies between populations and is around 1%. Here in this study 15 patient of Vatarakta are randomly selected and assessed on the basis of sign and symptoms given in Charak Samhita as subjective criteria. Serum uric acid is assessed as objective parameter. Shatavari Ghrita was given in dose of 10ml twice a day with milk for 30 days. After 30 days the subjective and objective parameters were compared. It provided extremely significant relief in Sandhi Stabdhta, very significant results in Sandhi Shula and Sandhi Daha, significant results in Sandhi Sankoch, Sandhi Sotha and Sandhigata Daha. Sandhigata Kandu and Twak Vaivarnya got not quite significant results and result on Sandhi Vistara was insignificant.

Keywords: Vatarakta, gout, Shatavari Ghrita, Sandhi Stabdhta, Shula.


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