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EFFICACY OF VIRECHANA KARMA IN AMLAPITTA (A SINGLE CASE STUDY)

*Dr. Nidhi Jain and Prof. Dr. Dinesh Kumar Goyal

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In today’s era Amlapitta is a common disease due to faulty dietary habits, taking excessive spicy diet and changing lifestyle. Its symptoms include heart burn, acid eructation, sour taste in the mouth, nausea, vomiting and loss of appetite. In Amlapitta the quantity of pachaka pitta secreted in the stomach gets increased and its changes from normal bitter taste to sour taste. In modern medicine Amlapitta can be co-related with Hyperacidity and Gastritis. Modern treatment of Amlapitta include PPI’s, H2 blockers, antacids etc. The antacids neutralize acids which is the first line of immunity and thus make the person more prone to various infections. Amlapitta is a pitta dominant disease and Virechana is the main treatment for the pitta vitiated disorders. In Amlapitta there is need for purification of GIT which is very well done by Virechana therapy. This has encouraged to assess the effect of the Virechana karma in the management of Amlapitta. For the present clinical study a single patient of Amlapitta was registered from the O.P.D, P.G. Department of Kayachikitsa, Gurukul Campus, Haridwar. Virechana karma was selected for managing the Amlapitta of the patient.

Keywords: Amlapitta, Virechana, Hyperacidity.


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