To study the effect of Nyagrodha, Pippal and Sadaphala Kwatha in Meda Roga (Sthaulya) mentioned in Astanghridya

AYURLINE: IJ-RIM


International Journal of Research in Indian Medicine

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Keywords

Sthaulya, obesity, dhatvagni, asthauninditiya

How to Cite

Patil, P., & Dudhamal, A. (2017). To study the effect of Nyagrodha, Pippal and Sadaphala Kwatha in Meda Roga (Sthaulya) mentioned in Astanghridya. Ayurline: International Journal of Research in Indian Medicine, 1(02). https://doi.org/10.52482/ayurline.v1i02.68

Abstract

Sthaulya (obesity) is a medical condition in which excess body fat has accumulated to the extent that it may have a negative effect on health. Obesity is life threatening disease. Obese patients are more likely to develop dangerous
conditions like cardiovascular disorders, diabetes mellitus and many metabolic disorders as compared to those who are
not obese. According to ayurveda, obesity (atisthula) can be defined as excessive accumulation of meda(fat/adipose tissue) and mamsa ( flesh/muscle tissue) leading to flabbiness of hips, abdomen and breast and suffers from deficient metabolism and energy. Atisthula is considered as one of the eight despicable condition as describe in charak samhita  asthauninditiya adhyaya. In the management of obesity dhatvagni plays very important role so there is a wide
scope of research in ayurveda. For clinical study, 30 clinically diagnosed patients of obesity were selected from our hospital Seth. R.V. Ayurved Hospital, Sion. Patients were given the selected drug for 3 months and effect of it on obesity were observed and parameters were noted down. 

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