VARUNA MOOLA TWAK KWATHA IN MOOTRASHMARI AS IDEAL ASHMARIGHNA - A CASE STUDY

  • Jyoti P Rajole Assistant Professor, Department of PG Studies in Shalya Tantra, N.K. Jabshetty Ayurvedic Medical College & PG Centre, Bidar, Karnataka, India.
  • Panchal Vinayak J Post Graduate Scholar, Department of PG Studies in Shalya Tantra, N.K. Jabshetty Ayurvedic Medical College & PG Centre, Bidar, Karnataka, India.
  • Chandrakanth Halli Professor & HOD, Department of PG Studies in Shalya Tantra, N.K. Jabshetty Ayurvedic Medical College & PG Centre, Bidar, Karnataka, India.

Abstract

Urinary disorders have a specific identity both in modern and Ayurvedic system of medicine. The improper purificatory procedure results in residual accumulation of Kapha and Pitta Prakopa in Mootravaha Srotas. Hence all the Doshas collectively result in formation of Ashmari. The information regarding Ashmari is available in almost all Samhitas. The disease is prevalent irrespective of their socio-economic and cultural background. The process of stone formation is called Urolithiasis. Most calculi arise in kidney when urine becomes supersaturated with a salt that is capable of forming solid crystals. There are different treatment lines for the management of Ashmari in modern system.  Management of urinary disease occupies an important place in Ayurveda. Varunamula Twak Kwatha  administerd in Paneeya form, which is having Vedana Shamaka,  Ashmrighna properties which leads to disintegration, dissolution, dislodgement and expulsion of stone. A 36 yrs young male presenting with history of symptoms of Mootrashmari like Teevravedana over Nabhi, Vasti, Sevani and Medra during micturition, aggravation of pain during running, jumping, walking long distance etc. since 3 days has presented here.

Published
2017-09-10
How to Cite
RAJOLE, Jyoti P; J, Panchal Vinayak; HALLI, Chandrakanth. VARUNA MOOLA TWAK KWATHA IN MOOTRASHMARI AS IDEAL ASHMARIGHNA - A CASE STUDY. Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences (ISSN 2456-3110), http://www.jaims.in/index.php/jaims/pages/view/Citation, v. 2, n. 4, p. 329 - 331, sep. 2017. ISSN 2456-3110. Available at: <http://jaims.in/index.php/jaims/article/view/325>. Date accessed: 24 nov. 2017. doi: https://doi.org/10.21760/jaims.v2i4.9378.
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Case Study