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EFFECT OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINE IN HYPOTHYROIDISM: A CASE STUDY

Dr. Ravindra B. Ghaywate*

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Hypothyroidism Is a Disease Where Thyroid Gland Produced less amount of Thyroxin Hormone. Now Days Hypothyroidism is the most Common Endocrine disorder observed Mainly in Females. Nature Always Play Role for Samyak (Balance) For Life. Atiyoga and Ayoga, Vrudhi and Kshaya of Dosha, Dhatus, Mala of body are the Prime factors for Producing the Diseases. Ayurveda always believes in Samyak (Balance) Of Dhatus Which Is the Ultimate Aim of Ayurved Chikitsa (Treatment) Also. Thyroid gland Situated in Neck region Secretes Thyroxin hormone. The function of Thyroid Gland is Metabolism of Body. Pituitary gland also involved in Producing Thyroxin hormone by releasing Thyroid releasing hormone (TRH). The concept of Hypothyroidism resemble with Agni level. Jatharagni, Dhatwagni, Bhutagni are the 13 types of Agni described in Ayurveda. Agni Plays Important role for Digestion and Various Activities in the body. Present Case Study Was done to Study The concept of Hypothyroidism in Ayurved View, To Study Effect of Kanchanar Guggulu, Vaishwanar Churna, Punarnavasavam in Hypothyroidism, To study the effect of Ayurved treatment on Symptoms of Hypothyroidism and Investigation on Modern Parameters.

Keywords: Ayurved, Samyak, Chikitsa, Agni.


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