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AYURVEDIC MEDICINE AND LIFESTYLE MODIFICATION FOR MANAGEMENT OF AMLAPITTA W.S.R TO GASTRITIS

*Vd. Ummul Qura Ansari, Vd. Sumeeta Jain and Vd. V. G. Patrikar

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Objective: Amlapitta (gastritis) is defined as a condition in which there is Vidagdha Avastha of Pitta Dosha. Amlapitta develops due to Ajirna Avastha because of improper digestion of food due to Agni Mandya. India being a country of spices and spicy food and faulty sleeping patterns is the major cause for this disease. 80% of the top ten killing diseases of the world are due to wrong food habits. Improper diet habits, stress, not following Ahara Vidhi Visheshayatan are main causes for the disease. Hence, it is quite essential to control and prevent the disease to avoid further complications. Material and Methods: This is a case of a 39 years female presenting with the complaint Sour Belching (Amlodgara), Burning Sensation In Throat And Chest (Hritkanthadaha), Indigestion (Avipaka), Abdominal Distension (Adhmana), Weight Gain, Headache and other symptoms associated with Ajeerna were present. For this an intervention of Sutshekhar Rasa 2 bd before meAamalki Churna (50gms) + Guduchi Churna (30gms)+ Sudha Gairik Churna (16gms)+Sariva Churna (30gms)= 3gms bd after meal, Go Ghrita 1tsf bd before meal was given. For 21 days. For stress patient was adviced Bhramari Pranayam. After 21 days patient was adviced to take soaked fennel seed, coriander seed, cumins water 1cup early morning for 2 month. Results: Results were interpreted on the basis of the data analyzed, and conclusion was drawn. Subjective parameters showed significant reduction symptoms and complaints present before the treatment. Overall, a considerable effect of the formulation was observed after the treatment. Conclusion: This case study was a genuine attempt to observe the effect of the classical ayurvedic formulation, in the case of Amlapitta. In this study multiple approach treatment benefitted the patient.

Keywords: Amlapitta, lifestyle modification.


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