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COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY OF THE EFFICACY OF SHATAVARYADI CHURNA AND BRAHMI GHRITA NASHYA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF RAJONIVRITTI JANYA LAKSHANA

Dr. Himanshi Singh* and Dr. Shashi Sharma

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Acharyas mentioned the Rajonivritti Awastha as a Swabhavik awastha of women life and occur due to jara-pakwa awastha of female. Acharyas mentioned fifty years as an age of Rajonivritti. Basically, in Rajonivritti, Vata dosha is most aggravated with madhyam pitta and kapha kshaya and also there is kshaya of various dhatus and upadhatus. Incidence and prevalence rate of postmenopausal syndrome is 78% of population, but only 19.5% of the symptomatic women take treatment, its outcomes effecting the Quality of life (QoL). After analysis, this topic was taken up for present study. Rasayana chikitsha, Medhya aushadhi, Vata-pitta shamak, kapha vardhak[16] aushadhi, dhatus, updhatus regulating aushadhi are found to be helpful in managing the Rajonivritti janya lakshana. By keeping in mind, the properties, a combination of drugs ie Shatavaryadi churna was prepared for this trial and along with Brahmi ghrita for pratimarsha nasya, which pacify dosha by acting in Shringataka marma. And thus, evaluate the efficacy in the management of Rajonivritti janya lakshana. Methodology: This research was a randomized comparative clinical study of 40 patients, whose Rajonivritti was established, cases was randomly divided into 2 groups of 20 patients in each group. Group A was given Shatavariyadi churna orally Group B Shatavariyadi churna with Brahmi ghrita nasya for (three consecutive months with drug and one month for drug free follow). Result: Clinically parameter was assessed in each group was statistically. Highly significant result was found in symptoms of Hot flushes, night sweats, sweat, palpitation, fatigue, weakness. Psychological symptoms like depression, insomnia, irritability, mood swings, anxiety. Interpretation and Conclusion: Thus, group B (Shatavaryadi churna along with Brahmi ghrita nasya) shows higher response as compared to Group A (Shatavaryadi churna) in management of Rajonivritti janya lakshana.

Keywords: Rajonivriiti janya lakshana Shatavaryadi churna, Brahmi ghrita, Pratimarsha nasya, Menopause.


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