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A CASE STUDY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF BURNING MOUTH SYNDROME THROUGH AYURVEDA

Deshmukh R.D.*, Dhakate V.G., Deshmukh P.D., Barde R.R. and Ingle A.M.

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Introduction: Burning Mouth Syndrome (BMS) is a painful, complex condition often described as a burning, scalding, or tingling feeling in the mouth, Dry mouth or an altered taste in the mouth may accompany the pain. BMS is most commonly found in adults over the age of 60. It can be idiopathic or may associate with underlying disease. As per Ayurveda, symptoms of Burning Mouth Syndrome can be correlated with Pitta dosha imbalance and with excessive intake of Kashaya rasa. There is decrease in Bhodhak Kapha and increase in Pitta dosha. So, as per Ayurveda the management of this disease can be done by considering the dosha predominence. Aim: To study the role of Ayurveda in the management of Burning Mouth Syndrome. Objective: To study the role of Pitta Shamana and Sthanik kaphavardhak Chikista to reduce the symptoms of Burning Mouth Syndrome. Materials and Methods: A single clinical trial of Drugs Bhunimbadi Kwath internally and Yasthimadhu Gruta locally, for 15 days. Conclusion: Pitta Dosh Shamana and local Kaphvardhan gives significant relief in Burning Mouth Syndrome.

Keywords: Burning Mouth Syndrome, Pitta Dosha, Bhodhak Kapha.


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