An open label single arm clinical study of Dashamooladi Yamaka Pratimarsha Nasya and Prasaranyadi Kashaya in Apabahuka (Frozen Shoulder)

  • Bhagiya Gayatri Gangaram Final Year Post Graduate Scholar, Department of Kayachikitsa, Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara College of Ayurveda and Hospital, Hassan, Karnataka, India.
  • Lakshmiprasad L Jadhav Professor, Department of Kayachikitsa, Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara College of Ayurveda and Hospital, Hassan, Karnataka, India.
  • Chaithra M Final Year Post Graduate Scholar, Department of Kayachikitsa, Sri Dharmasthala Manjunatheshwara College of Ayurveda and Hospital, Hassan, Karnataka, India.
Keywords: Apabahuka, Frozen Shoulder, Dashamooladi Yamaka Pratimarsha Nasya, Prasaranyadi Kashaya

Abstract

Background: Apabahuka is a Vata Vyadhi which affects Amsa Sandhi and causes Amsa Bandha Shoshana. Prakupita Vata causes Kshaya of Shleshaka Kapha and Sira Sankochana leading to Bahupraspanditahara. Nasya and Uttarbhaktika Snehapana are the indicated Chikitsakrama for Apabahuka. Dashamooladi Yamaka Pratimarsha Nasya and Prasaranyadi Kashaya are the indicated Chikitsa Yoga for Apabahuka in Vatavyadhichikitsa. Hence this study is intended to evaluate the same. Objective: To clinically evaluate the combined effectiveness of Dashamooladi Yamaka Pratimarsha Nasya and Prasaranyadi Kashaya in Apabahuka (Frozen Shoulder). Methodology: 36 subjects were administered with Dashamooladi Yamaka Pratimarsha Nasya 2 Bindu in each nostril after food morning and night and Prasaranyadi Kashaya 16ml 3 times a day on before food for a period of 14 days. Subjective and objective parameters were assessed by Constant Murley score. Results: Statistically significant (P < 0.05) improvement was observed in subjective parameters such as Amsasandhi Shoola, Bahupraspanditahara. With objective parameters like range of movement of shoulder significant change was observed. Conclusion: Dashamooladi Yamaka in the form of Pratimarsha Nasya and Prasaranyadi Kashaya orally together were found effective in the management of Apabahuka.

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DOI: 10.21760/jaims.8.12.3
Published: 2024-01-31
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GangaramB. G., Lakshmiprasad L Jadhav, & Chaithra M. (2024). An open label single arm clinical study of Dashamooladi Yamaka Pratimarsha Nasya and Prasaranyadi Kashaya in Apabahuka (Frozen Shoulder). Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences, 8(12), 14 - 19. https://doi.org/10.21760/jaims.8.12.3
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