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A CASE STUDY – ROLE OF VAMANA KARMA AND RASAUSHDHI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KITIBHA

Jaspreet Singh*, Vivek Thakur and Kiran Vashisth

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Psoriasis is a disease of skin and it also affects the joints on chronicity. It usually appears in the form of red scaly patches on the skin. Psoriasis is characterized by sharply defined erythemato-squamous lesions which are of papulo-squamous. Their size may vary from pinpoint to large plaques. This a chronic recurring condition which varies in severity from minor localized patches to complete body coverage. It is said to be idiopathic, but it is believed to have a genetic component also. Several factors such as stress, excessive alcohol consumption and smoking are thought to aggravate psoriasis. Kitibha Kushtha is a Kshudra Kushtha which is specially Vatta-Kapha predominant disease, In Ayurveda, it is considered as the complex of all Skin Diseases, The Imbalance of the doshas is the root cause which results in such Skin Diseases. Thus Detoxification of doshas and balancing of the Doshas form / in the Body with the help of Panchakarma is considered to be the best, This clinical study is carried out to evaluate the effect of sequential administration of Abhyanga, Swedana and Vamana karma with rasaushdhi in patient of Psoriasis.

Keywords: Abhyanga, Swedana and Vamana karma.


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