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A RANDOMISED CONTROLLED COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY ON EFFICACY OF MUSTADIKWATH AND PHALATRIKADIKWATH ON MADHUMEHA W.S.R TO DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE 2

Dr. C. S. Tanmane* and Dr. T. P. Petkar

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Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder in which carbohydrate utilization reduced and that of lipid and protein enhanced; it is caused by an absolute or relative deficiency of insulin and is characterised by Hyperglycemia. The Ayurvedic management of Madhumeha aims not only to achieve a good glycemic control but also to treat the root cause. In such a scenario, the ancient Ayurvedic principles of preventive (Nidanparivarjan) and purificative measures (ShodhanChikitsa) with due consideration of appropriate single/polyhedral formulations (Aushadi), diet (Pathya-Apathya) management have proved to be fruitful for better wellbeing in Madhumeha (Type-II diabetics) patients. Various Kalpas are described in Madhumehachikitsa which are established time to time. Ayurvedic herbs are playing an important role in the introduction of new therapeutic agents. In this present study nine drugs from MustadiKwath(Nagarmotha, harad, behada, amla, haridra, devdaru, murvajad, indravaruni, &lodhra) mentioned in Bhaishajyaratnavali is used for the treatment of Madhumeha to compared the effect with Phalatrikadikwath (harad, behada, amla, daruharidra, indrayan & nagarmotha) mentioned in Bhaishajyaratnavali in the treatment of Madhumeha On fasting blood sugar 126mg/dl to 200mg/dl, post prandial blood sugar level 200 mg/dl to 300mg/dl, sugar in urine and HBA1C upto 8% with no of patient 35 on Madhumeha in duration of 3 month w.s.r to diabetes mellitus type 2.

Keywords: Madhumeha, Diabetes mellitus, Mustadi kwath, Phalatrikadi kwath, Hba1c, Urine sugar, Blood sugar.


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