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Case Studies | Medicine Science | India | Volume 8 Issue 8, August 2019
Role of Yashtimadhu Phant with Narayan Taila in TamakaShwasa
Dr. Sachinkumar S. Patil | Dr. Pranjal D. Raorane
Abstract: Bronchial asthma is a reversible, chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. It leads to recurrent episodes of wheezing, breathlessness, tightness of chest and cough particularly at night or early morning. Asthma is a Greek word meaning ‘noisy breathing that we first see. ’ In Ayurveda, bronchial asthma can be co-related with Tamaka Shwasa. It is a disease which is Kapha and Vata doshas predominant and disease of Pranavaha Strotas. In this disease, Vata is obstructed in its movement by Kapha, spreading in all directions, vitiates the channels of Prana, producing Shwasa. Hence, an Ayurvedic formulation of Yashtimadhu Phant with Narayan Taila is administered to the patient. A case study for the effectiveness of Yashtimadhu Phant with Narayan Taila as an adjuvant therapy was conducted in our IPD. Clinically, there was significant reduction in the symptoms of the patient and improvement in the health after the treatment on VAS scale.
Keywords: Bronchial asthma, Tamaka Shwasa, Pranavaha Strotas, Yashtimadhu Phant, Narayan Taila
Edition: Volume 8 Issue 8, August 2019,
Pages: 1468 - 1470
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