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EFFECT OF HARITAKI KASHAYA PANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF TUNDIKERI IN CHILDREN WITH SPECIAL REFERENCES TO CHRONIC TONSILLITIS - CASE STUDY

Dr. Asmita Ashokrao Bhadre*, Dr. Shivkumar Surykant Martule and Dr. Shivkumar Prabhakar Hotulkar

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Tundikeri is one of the mukhroga. Tundikeri can be correlated with chronic tonsillitis which presents like karpasiphalsannibha (Resembling fruit of cotton), picchilata (exudate over tonsils or congestion), mand- ruk(throat pain), kathin shoth(inflamed tonsils) similar features are seen in chronic tonsillitis with including difficulty in swallowing, halitosis etc. Tonsillitis is more common below 15 years of age. Incidence 7% of all visits to the Pediatrician. Tonsillitis is the disease of upper respiratory tract infection which shows symptoms sore throat, high fever, inflamed tonsils, difficulty in swallowing , throat pain, red and swollen tonsils with yellow spots of purulent material at the opening of crypts on the surface. In Ayurveda text treatment of Tundikeri mentioned as in various forms like nasya, gandush (gargaling), pratisaran (local drug application), abhyantar pana etc. Haritaki Kashaya pana with makshika (honey) as anupana this treatment is mentioned in kanthgat roga chikitsa by Acharya Vagbhata. This treatment is cost effective, economical and easy to take for patient and safe practiced drug. Haritaki kashaya with makshika acts as analgesic, anti-inflammatory in tundikeri disease. It helps to reduce tonsillar swelling, get relief from throat pain, reduced exudates from inflamed tonsils. Hence this drug is effective in chronic tonsillitis. According to Acharya Vaghbhata start the treatment of kanthgat roga as early as possible, because kanth is pran marga (respiratory track) so delay in treatment may harm respiration. So its need to do early treatment for kanthgat roga.

Keywords: Tundikeri, Mukhroga, Haritaki kashaya, Chronic tonsillitis.


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