Clinical efficacy of Karanj Tail Yoni Pichu in the management of Shwetapradar w.s.r. to Leucorrhoea

  • Meenakshi Nagar Associate Professor, Department of Prasuti Tantra evam Stri Roga, Govt. Ayurved Yog Evam Prakritik Chikitsa Ekikrit Mahavidhyalay, Kota, Rajasthan, India.
Keywords: Shwetapradar, Leucorrhoea, Karanj Tail, Yoni Pichu

Abstract

Background: Shwetapradar is one of the most common of all gynaecological complaints. Shwetapradar (Leucorrhoea) is a condition characterized with excessive white vaginal discharge. It may be thick or viscid and foul smelling if it is caused by some infections. Inflammation of the womb, displacement of the uterus following childbirth and general weakness along with lack of cleanliness or infections may result as leucorrhoea among young females. In our text Shwetapradar is described directly or indirectly in many Yonirogas as a symptom. In the present study we have used Karanj Tail Yoni Pichu with the aim to validate the directives of classics on parameters of a systematic and scientific research work. Aim: Aim of the study is to evaluate the effects of Karanj Tail Yoni Pichu in the management of Shwetapradar. Materials and Methods: The method adopted in present study is clinical, open study. This study was done on 15 patients selected from OPD, having complaints of leucorrhoea and who fits in inclusion criteria. Patients were given Karanj Tail Yoni Pichu. All the patients result were assessed subjectively and objectively. Conclusion: This can be made out from the study that Karanj Tail Yoni Pichu is having Kaphavatashamak, Krimighna, Kandughna, Shothahara, Yonidoshahrita, Vranasodhana, Vranaropana etc. properties which successfully control & cure Shwetapradar.

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Agnivesha, Charaka Samhita, Chikitsa Sthana 30/116, revised by Charaka and Dridhabala with introduction by Vaidhya Samrata Sri Satya Narayana Sastri with elaborated Vidyotini Hindi Commentary by Pt. Kashinatha Sastri and Dr. Gorakha Natha Chaturvedi. Chaukhambha Bharti Academy, Varanasi, Reprint – 2011, p.858.

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Meenakshi Nagar. (2022). Clinical efficacy of Karanj Tail Yoni Pichu in the management of Shwetapradar w.s.r. to Leucorrhoea. Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences, 7(7), 29 - 34. Retrieved from https://jaims.in/jaims/article/view/1936
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