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ROLE OF AYURVEDIC FORMULATION (BHARANGYADI MADHUKA) IN THE MANAGEMENT OF TAMAKA SHWASA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BRONCHIAL ASTHMA- A STUDY PROTOCOL

*Dr. Neha, Dr. Neelam Kumari and Dr. Neha Lamba

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Background: Most Individuals are suffering from respiratory ailments such as bronchitis, bronchiolitis, COPD, Bronchial Asthma, etc. Asthma is a common disease that affects 300 million people of all ages world-wide. The disease, Tamaka Shwasa is characterized by paroxysmal attacks of Breathlessness, Cough, Coryza, Chest tightness, Rapid Respiration, Distress due to inability to expectorate and prolonged expiration. When the Prana Vayu is not performing its normal physiological functions (vitiated) and become Defiles (viguna); obstructed by Madhuka and moves upwards i.e., unable to function properly, then the condition is known as Shwasa Roga. This definition seems to be very scientific and describes all the aspects of Dyspnoea. Modern treatment modalities for bronchial asthma include the use of bronchodilators, corticosteroids, anticholinergics, and a number of other medications with dose dependency and long-term side effects. Modern terminology correlates Tamaka Shwasa, which is defined in Ayurved as a disease entity with signs and symptoms, pathogenesis, prognosis, and treatment. Aims and Objective 1. To Study the effect of drug on clinical parameters and biochemical finding associated with Tamaka Shwasa (Bronchial Asthma) 2. To explain the Tamaka Shwasa on the basis of critical review in classical text of Ayurved and with the help of Modern Literature. 3. To fill the research gap and to explain the solution for research question on the basis of clinical and literary parameter. Methodology: Bharangyadi Madhuka drug will be prepared in the form of fine powder and then given in the dose of 3gram BD with unequal amount of Madhu sarpi (2:1) as Anupana daily for two months to 40 patients of either sex & age group (25-60 year) will be selected Randomly for study from OPD & IPD of Kayachikitsa Department of Shri Krishna govt Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Kurukshetra. (HARYANA).

Keywords: Tamaka Shwasa, Asthma, breathlessness, etc.


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