Comparative study to evaluate the effect of Vamana Karma by Madanaphala Kalka and Madanaphala Ksheerapak in Amavata

  • Suhasini Ashok Mote Post Graduate Scholar, Department of PG Studies in Panchakarma, Bhagavan Mahaveer Jain Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, Gajendragad, Karnataka, India.
  • Ramesh N. Gennur Professor and HOD, Department of PG Studies in Panchakarma, Bhagavan Mahaveer Jain Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital , Gajendragad, Karnataka, India.
Keywords: Vamana Karma, Madhanaphala Kalka, Madhanaphala Ksheerapak, Amavata, Rheumatoid Arthritis.

Abstract

Amavata is a Vyadhi having Bahudoshavastha where Kapha, Vata, Pitta Doshas are predominantly involved. It is named after the involvement of pathological factors Ama and Vata. Its Udbhavasthana is Amashaya and Vyaktasthana is Sandhi. It is correlated with Rheumatoid arthritis due to similarities. Rheumatoid arthritis presents with gradual onset of symmetrical arthralgia and synovitis of small joints of hands, feet and wrists. Large joints involvement, systemic symptoms and extra articular features may also occur. This is the condition that affects the quality of life of a person. As the condition affect personal health and working hours and there are several limitations and adverse effects in modern medicine for the same, its Ayurvedic management has great importance. According to Ayurveda the major cause of the disease is Prakupita Kapha, this can be included under Amavata caused by Ama and Vata with Vamana Karma may resolve this health problem.

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Suhasini Ashok Mote, & Ramesh N. Gennur. (2021). Comparative study to evaluate the effect of Vamana Karma by Madanaphala Kalka and Madanaphala Ksheerapak in Amavata. Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences, 6(5), 149 - 157. Retrieved from https://jaims.in/jaims/article/view/1505
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