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EFFICACY OF PATHADI YOG IN KAPHAJ ATISAR WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO INTESTINAL AMOEBIASIS

Anand K. Bora*

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In Today‟s modern life style, due to lack of time and also Hurry-Curryworry phase people use to take fast food, tin food, cold drinks more frequently. So they mostly suffer from Amashayasamuttha and pakwashayasamuttha (Gastro intestinal disease) vyadhi. Out of Gastro intenstinal disease Kaphaj atisar (Ameobiasis) is one of them. According to Ayurveda the dosha involved in kaphaj atisar are kapha and vata. Though Pureesha is mala it has a supportive role for the body, if in its appropriate state. Accroding to modern science Kaphaj Atisar may be correlated with “Intestinal amoebiasis”. 10% of population of the world according to W.H.O. is affected due to amoebiasis. Kaphaj atisar is characterized by snigdha, picchil malapravruti, durghandhayukta malapravruti, pravahan, krute api akrutsadnyata, annadwesh, udarshul, lomharsh and alasya. The constituents of pathadi yog taken for the study are Patha, Chitrak, Kutaj, Pipplimul, Shunthi, Kutaki, Vacha, and Haritaki. Taking all these points in consideration a clinical study was carried out in 30 patients of Kaphaj Atisar (ameobiasis) with Pathadi Yoga.

Keywords: Kaphaj atisar, Pathadi yog, Intestinal amoebiasis, Mala Samata, Amoebic cyst count etc.


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