CLINICAL STUDY OF NAVSIDDHA TAILA AND SWEDANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KATISHOOLA

  • Upasana Priya Assistant Professor, Dept. of Rachna Sharira, M.L.R Ayurvedic College Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, India.
  • Ranjit Singh Assistant Professor, Dept. of Shalya Tantra, M.L.R Ayurvedic College Charkhi Dadri, Haryana, India.

Abstract

In evolutionary process man remain as the only animal, which stands in upright posture. Indeed the presence of curvatures in the vertebral column, man never attains absolute rest in any posture, owing them to suffer with problems related to vertebral column.  As the advancement of busy professional and social life, it encourages sedentary behaviour with long working hours at desk jobs, lack of natural movement, improper sitting posture in offices, factories, continuous and overexertion, jerking movements during travelling and sports causing overtaxing of muscles. All of these stressors take their toll on the body, and yield undue pressure over the vertebral column especially over the Lumbar region. This compression over the nerves is because of decreased intervertebral disc space. Somewhere within the core of this lifestyle prevails the unique cause of Katishoola. In Katishoola, Vitiated ‘Vata’ is considered to be the principle Dosha involved because the cardinal symptom of vitiation of this Dosha is pain which is known as Shoola. It is known by the name Low back ache or Lumbago. In the present study use of Navsiddha Taila (Kalpita Yoga) Snehana and Swedana by infrared lamp in bringing symptomatic relief in patients of Katishoola has been chosen. 

Published
2018-04-12
How to Cite
PRIYA, Upasana; SINGH, Ranjit. CLINICAL STUDY OF NAVSIDDHA TAILA AND SWEDANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KATISHOOLA. Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences (ISSN 2456-3110), http://www.jaims.in/index.php/jaims/pages/view/Citation, v. 3, n. 1, p. 09 - 20, apr. 2018. ISSN 2456-3110. Available at: <http://jaims.in/index.php/jaims/article/view/505>. Date accessed: 26 apr. 2018. doi: https://doi.org/10.21760/jaims.v3i01.11633.
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