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ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF VIRAL HEPATITIS

Vivek Shrirampant Chandurkar*, Dr. Bhakti Paygonda Patil, Dr. Shradha Paygonda Patil, Dr. Aishwarya Rajendra Magdum

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Globally viral hepatitis is now recognized as a major public health challenge that requires an urgent response. In India also it is increasingly being recognized as a public health problem. Infective hepatitis is an inflammation of the liver, primarily caused by a viral infection. There are five main hepatitis viruses, that are A, B, C, D and E, but it can also be caused due to toxin, other infections and autoimmune diseases. HAV and HEV are important causes of acute viral hepatitis and Acute Liver Failure (ALF). This viral hepatitis has no specific treatment in modern medicine. So, there is a need of hour to explore other ways of clinically proven prophylaxis and therapeutic strategy. However, there are multiple accounts in Ayurveda, which shows how viral hepatitis can be successfully cured by traditional Ayurvedic medicine. This article is aimed to study the role of Ayurveda in management of viral hepatitis. Though Ayurveda has a lot to offer in terms of control of hepatitis, there is a mass awareness of this potential of Ayurvedic medicine is desired to achieve a larger impact on the society.

Keywords: Viral Hepatitis, Treatment, Ayurveda.


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