The Effect of Raktamokshan and different Ayurvedic formulations in Vipadika with special reference to Palmo-Planter Psoriasis- a case report.
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Vipadika, Pulmo-planter Psoriasis, Internal medication, external therapy, Siravedh.

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Varshney, J. R. (2019). The Effect of Raktamokshan and different Ayurvedic formulations in Vipadika with special reference to Palmo-Planter Psoriasis- a case report. Ayurline: IJ-RIM, 3(03). Retrieved from http://www.ayurline.in/index.php/ayurline/article/view/244

Abstract

All the Skin disorder of Ayurveda have been described under the main heading of Kushtharog which have been classified in two division i.e. Mahakushtha and Kshudrakushtha.

               Palmo-planter Psoriasis (PPP) is a type of Psoriasis limited to the area of palm and soles. Though there is no direct co-relation available with any skin disease in Ayurveda but somewhat on the basis of its signs and symptoms it could be related with Vipadika. Vipadika is one of the types of Kshudrakushtha.

                  In this case report, A 53 yrs old male patient showed up in OPD with the complaints of Scaly, rough, hard, dry skin of palms and soles with painful cracks since 4 yrs and occasional bleeding and serous discharge from cracks since 1 yr. Patient had taken treatment from different pathies but no desired result was obtained. In our OPD different Ayurvedic drug combination and formulations were given for internal as well as external use for the period of 4 months. An Ayurvedic Panchkarma procedure i.e. Siravedh was adapted to remove localised vitiated Doshas. There was no adverse effect of therapy. Whole treatment was cost effective and minimum time consuming.

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