A clinical study to evaluate the efficacy of Eladi Kwatha in Asrigdhara with special reference to Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
Abnormal uterine bleeding (formerly dysfunctional uterine bleeding) is irregular uterine bleeding that occurs in the absence of recognizable pelvic pathology. It reflects a disruption in the normal cyclic pattern of ovulatory hormonal stimulation to the endometrial lining. Asrigdhara refers to all types of abnormal patterns of bleeding. Most of the menstrual disorders have been described by Ayurvedic classics under the heading of artavadushti and asrigdhara. Ayurveda the traditional Hindu system of medicine of India seeks to treat and integrate body and mind using a comprehensive holistic approach especially by emphasizing diet, herbal remedies, exercise and etc. Hence the treatment modalities based upon chikitsa siddhanta has mentioned by Harita samhita trutiya sthana, i.e. “Ela samanga sahashaalmalinam haritaki magadhika samaamshaa. Kwathoditah sharkara samadhvaa, yonipravaaham vinivaarayecha”,[¹] gave very good results in the present diseased condition without any complications.
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