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A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON YAUVANPIDIKA (ACNE VULGARIS) WITH MANAGEMENT BY SHALMALIKANTAKA LEPA AND RAKTACHANDANADI LEPA ALONG WITH KAISHOR GUGGULU

*Dr. Binal Gondalia and Dr. Mustak N. Shaikh

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Acne vulgaris, a chronic inflammatory disorder in adolescents consists of the pilosebaceous follicles, characterized by comedones, papules, pustules, cysts, nodules and often scars, chiefly on face, neck etc. It is a skin condition that occurs due to the clogging of oil glands of the skin. The oil that normally lubricates the skin gets trapped in blocked oil ducts and results in what we know as Pimples, Blackheads and Whiteheads. Sometimes it also includes deeper skin lesions that are called Cysts. Acne vulgaris mostly affects the areas of skin with the densest population of sebaceous follicles. These areas include the face, the upper part of the chest, and the back. Considering clinical features, Kapha, Vata Dosha and Rakta, Dhatu are involved in pathology, it was necessary to carry out treatment having Vata-Kapha Shamaka and Rakta Shodhka property. In current study efforts have been made to evaluate and compare the efficacy of Shlmalikantaka Lepa and Raktachandanadi Lepa along with Kaishor Guggulu. In present study 30 patients having the sign and symptoms of Yauvanpidika was selected. In Group A 15 patients were treated with Shalmalikantaka Lepa with Kaishor Guggulu. In Group B 15 patients were treated with Raktachandanadi Lepa with Kaishor Guggulu. In Group-A, 66.66% of patients had marked improvement and 33.33% of the patients had Moderate improvement. In Group-B, 40% of the patients were noted marked improvement where 53.33% of the patients were noted in moderate improvement and 6.66% of the patients were noted in mild improvement. Comparing both Group A and B, In Group A total improvement was 79.42% and In Group B total improvement was 71.11%.

Keywords: Yauvanpidika, Acne Vulgaris, Kaishor Gugggulu, Raktachandanadi Lepa, Shalmalikantaka Lepa.


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