Effect of Talisadi Taila in the management of Sadhyo Vrana - A Case Study

  • Dr. Srishyl Horaginamath Post Graduate Scholar, Department of PG Studies in Shalya Tantra, BVVS Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital, Bagalkot, Karnataka, INDIA.
  • Dr. Pallavi A. Hegde Reader, Department of PG Studies in Shalya Tantra, BVVS Ayurveda Medical College and Hospital, Bagalkot, Karnataka, INDIA.
Keywords: Ghrusta Vrana, Sadhyo Vran, Talisadi Taila

Abstract

Abrasion is a type of injury characterized by loss of superficial layer of the skin due to application of mechanical force. In the modern era there is remarkable increase in the number of traumatic wounds due to rise in the vehicular traffic.[1] Traumatic wounds occur at the rate of 50 million every year worldwide. According to Indian Society for Trauma and Acute Care Center, New Delhi (2012) 22.8% of all injuries were due to traffic related and 77.2% of other trauma wounds like self-fall, Agricultural injury, burns, assaults etc.[2] The prevalence rate of minor injury in children less than five years are of 67% and under 5 to 9 years 14.2%, such wounds should be treated by cleaning and topical application of antibiotics along with systemic analgesics.[3] Acharya Vagbhata explained about Saptahika Chikitsa for Sadhyo Vrana in that Sechana, Lepana and Sandhana can be used for Ghrusta Vrana.[4] In this cosmetic and antibiotic era, healing of wound is not only the intension but also to reduce the pain, burning sensation and minimizing the scar. It is having Vrana Ropana and Varnya property by the ingredients it possesses. Application of Talisadi Taila for 7 days uniformly.

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Dr. Srishyl Horaginamath, & Dr. Pallavi A. Hegde. (2019). Effect of Talisadi Taila in the management of Sadhyo Vrana - A Case Study. Journal of Ayurveda and Integrated Medical Sciences, 4(05), 362-365. Retrieved from https://jaims.in/jaims/article/view/750
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