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Abstract

EFFICACY OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINE VITEX NEGUNDO EXTRACT ON PAIN CONTROL BASED ON EXPERIMENTAL MODEL HAFFNER’S TAIL CLIP

*Rathor Rakesh K., Kumar Ashok, Bilwal Gaurav, Kumar P. Hemantha and Bhusal Nirmal

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Years ago, narcotics have been used as strong analgesics in relieving severe acute or chronic pain. However high dose of narcotics leads to many side-effects like respiratory depression, apnea, nausea, vomiting, physical and mental dependence. Thus, narcotics along with other medicines known as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) are being increasingly used. The biggest risk with NSAIDs is severe and sometimes fatal gastrointestinal bleeding, increase in stomach acid, reduce the stomach’s normal protective mucus layer, cause damage to the kidneys in people over 60 years; those with high blood pressure, heart disease, or pre-existing kidney disease. Ayurvedic medicines strengthen and enhance the body’s own healing process. As all the ingredients are herbal, there is no fear of any adverse effects and hence effective results can be seen in relieving pain. The aim of our study was to evaluate the effectiveness of Nirgundi (Vitex Negundo) in providing efficient and adequate pain relief.

Keywords: Alternative medicine, Ayurvedic medicine, Pain relief, Vitex nigundo extract (VNE).


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