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MANAGEMENT OF URDHWAG AMLAPITTA THROUGH AYURVEDA - SINGLE CASE STUDY

Dr. Prerana Pradeep Dhumma* and Dr. Hiraman Warungase

Abstract

Amlapitta has been explained as independent vyadhi in kashyap samhita and also in Yogratnakar, Bhavprakash, Madhav nidan. In Charak Samhita, Acharya Charak has not independently described Amlapitta as vyadhi but in Grahani chikitsa as a Purvaroopa, Sign Symptoms of Saampitta has been explained. Amlapitta is a vyadhi wherein Pachak Pitta has been vitiated due to its Amlaguna[1] and this Amlibhoot Pitta does not perform digestion properly. Amlapitta is the commonest problem in present time. People unaware of Prakriti (psychosomatic constitution) practices improper diet, lifestyle leading to vitiation of Pitta by Amla-Drava guna and vitiated Pitta along with kapha takes upward course that is named Urdhwag Amlapitta.[2] A 28 year female patient housewife by profession came to Ayurveda hospital kaychikitsa OPD .Patient complained of Tikta Amloudgar, Utklesh, Urodah, Aruchi, Avipak, Gurukoshth and Gaurav/lethargy as chief complaints frequently since last 1 year and increase in symptoms since last 3 days. Amlapitta is chronic abhyantar marg disorder with Annavah strotas dushti. Patient was given 14 days Ayurvedic treatment and observation was done.

Keywords: Urdhwag Amlapitta, Ayurveda, Samhita, Annavaha Stotas, Rasavah Strotas.


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