CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF BALAGUDUCYADI BASTI AND BALUKA
Keywords:Amvata, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Basti Therapy, balaguducyadi basti, baluka swedana
Background: Amavata ais a most commonest disorder seen in middle age people which affects both sex
characterized by Angamarda (Body pain), Aruchi (loss of taste), Trishna (Thirst), Alasya (Lack of enthusiasm),
Gaurava (Heaviness), Klama (Tiredness without doing work), Apaka (Indigestion) and fever. In later stage pain
may begin to migrate from place to place with a Vriskchikadamshovata vedana (Intense pain). The disease
“Amavata” can be co-related with Rheumatoid Arthitis. It is an autoimmune disease that cause chronic
inflammation of joints mainly peripheral joints associated with varied constitutional symptoms and presence of
Rheumatoid factor. Objective: To evaluate the therapeutic effect of balaguducyadi basti and baluka swedana in
the case of amavata. Material and methods: In the present clinical study 30 patients suffering with Amvata
were selected randomly from OPD of Sree Baba Mastnath Ayurved College, Rohtak and divided into 2 groups
with 15 patients each ,administered with Valuka swedana followed by BalaguducyadiBasti for a period of 23
days. The result of this study were found encouraging. By comparison Group B (BalukaSwedana followed by
Basti therapy) showed better result than Balukaswedan (Group A) only. Conclusion: Amvata can be efficiently
and effectively managed with this said therapy and the complication can be prevented.
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