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A CASE STUDY ON AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF TAMAKA SWASA W.S.R. TO BRONCHIAL ASTHMA

Dr. Pankaj Kaushik* and Dr. Ritu

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Tamaka Swasa, one of the five types of Swasa, has been recognized since ancient times. Its etymology reveals that "Tamaka" refers to sadness, while "Swasa" encompasses both normal and pathological respiration. Tamaka Swasa closely resembles bronchial asthma, a distressing condition prevalent across all socioeconomic strata and age groups worldwide. A 34-year-old male patient who is married, a nonsmoker, and doesn't consume alcohol. Approximately 10 years ago, he began experiencing recurrent episodes of sneezing, a runny nose, cough with expectoration, and breathlessness. Seeking relief, he visited the Kayachikitsa OPD of Baba Khethanath Government Hospital. The treatment protocol consisted of Deepana and Pachana for 3 days, followed by Koshtasuddhi by Errand Sneha. Shamana Chikitsa having Swasari vati, Sanshmani Vati, Talishadi Churna, and Kanakasava for 42 days and Chyawanprasha as Rasayan as daily regime during the follow-up period. The treatment protocol has shown significant efficacy in reducing the signs and symptoms of Tamaka Swasa.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Tamaka Swasa, Bronchial Asthma, Rasayana.


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