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A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE ROLE OF AYURVEDIC SHAMAN YOGA AND BAHI PARIMARJANA CHIKITSA FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF LAGHU MASURIKAJANYA VAIVARNATA (POST CHICKENPOX PIGMENTATION) -A CASE STUDY

Pantel Priya* and Nagpal Swati

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Background: Skin is considered as a most important parts of the body. It reflects our emotions and it is a link between internal and external environment. It provides individual identity in the society& maintains beauty and personality. The skin tone‟s image that people spend so much time and money to restore skin to a more normal or youthful appearance. Skin disorders are one of the burning problems of modern scientific era. In Ayurveda, all skin disorders have been described under the umbrella of kushtha. They are again classified into Mahakushtha and Kshudra Kushtha. Laghu Masurika classified under the Kshudra Rogas by Acharya Sushruta.[1] According to Madhav Nidana, Laghu Masurika is caused by Grahadosha as well as by vitiation of Tridoshas i.e. Vata, Pitta, Kapha & also by excessive consumption of sour, salty, bitter food items & Virudhaahara Sevan (eg. Milk with fish etC.[2] At the initial stage of this disease Jvara, mild to moderate in nature. Later on after a period of 3-7 days small & large size of blisters are appeared. They turns in yellowish red colour, immediately there is pus like discharge through it. Associate symptoms like Daha, Ksandu, Vedana, Arati, Trushna are also present. Within a week whole body is involved with multiple blisters, in second week they contain pus, & in third week they become dry & scaly. These Laghu Masurika left the dark-blackish pigmentation after recovery. In Ayurveda the charak Samhita stated that a group of ten medicinal plants known as varnyamahakashaya.[3] that can be used to obtain original colour & glowing complexion.

Keywords: Laghu Masurikajanya vaivarnata, Chickenpox, Shaman Yoga, Varnyamahakashya Lepa.


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