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“A CLINICAL STUDY OF PANCHGAVYA GHRITA AND TAKRADHARA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MANO-AVASADA W.S.R. TO DEPRESSION”

Dr. Suman Bishnoi*, Dr. Preeti Prajapat, Dr. Pramod Kumar Mishra, Dr. Indumati Mishra

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Depression is a serious mental health concern that may touch most people’s life directly or indirectly, affecting 350 million people worldwide. It can affect an individual's ability to figure, variety of relationships, and destroy their quality of life. At its most, severe depression can cause suicide. It persists as a social stigma with regard to prevalence and suffering, dysfunction, morbidity and economic burden. 80% of depressed people aren't currently having any treatment. Depression is mentioned in Ayurvedic classics in various scattered references. It's both a state of emotion (Manasika Bhava) in addition as a disease (Manasika Vyadhi). Previous scholars have tried to correlate the clinical condition with Vishada, Avasada, Manodhukhaja Unmada and Kaphaja Unmada. Aims and Objectives: Clinical assessment of the antidepressant effect of the Ayurvedic medication Panchgavya Ghrita in combination with Takra-Dhara. To trace out Nidana Panchaka and Doshas involved according to Ayurvedic classics. To describe the aetiopathogenesis and symptomatology according to modern science. To determine the effectiveness of Shamana therapy in the treatment of a previously mentioned condition. To discover a depression treatment that is both safe and effective. Selection of Drug: Panchagavya Ghrita has been chosen as the drug for this research. Ayurveda is a treasure trove of natural medicines from plants, animals and minerals. It uses a wide variety of varieties, including plant, animal, and mineral origins, in addition to single drugs. In Ayurvedic psychiatry, several drugs have been described. Apasmara Chikitsa mentions Panchagavya Ghrita. It is one of the most widely practised Yogas, not only for Apasmara, but also for a variety of other mental disorders such as OCD, Depression, and various forms of Schizophrenia. Materials and Methods: The study will be conducted on 30 clinically diagnosed and confirmed patients of depression. The selection of patients will be made from OPD and IPD wing of PG Department of Kaya Chikitsa in DSRRAU hospital, Jodhpur, voluntarily. Results: Statistically significant result was observed in all patients. Conclusion: Both drugs, Panchgavya Ghrita and Takradhara were found effective in reducing the symptoms of depression. No antagonist impact of the study drug was observed during the study.

Keywords: Vishada, Avasada, Kaphaja Unmada, Depression, Psychological Disorder, Panchgavya Ghrita, Takradhara.


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