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Abstract

A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY ON THE ROLE OF PRATIMARSHA NASYA AND SHIROABHYANGA WITH YASHTIMADHUKADYATAILA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KHALITYA (ALOPECIA)”

Dr. Rahul Barad*, Dr. N. J. Trivedi and Dr. Kshama Gupta

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Background: Khalitya is a sign of early aging process of degeneration. Still there is enough scope to work out on its aetiopathological and management aspect of Khalitya. Aims and objectives: The present study was carried out to evacuate combined effect of Pratimarsha Nasya with Shiro-Abhyanga and Pratimarsha Nasya alone by Yashtimadhukadya taila. Material and methods: 40 Patients who are fulfilling the criteria for inclusion were divided randomly into two equal groups. One group patients were treated with both Pratimarsha Nasya and Shiro Abhyanga of Yashtimadhukadya Taila and second group patients were treated with Pratimarsha Nasya of Yashtimadhukadya Taila. Results: The result obtained in hair fall after statistical analysis shows that 68% of patients had statistically significant result among group A and 59% statistically significant results found among group B. On Shirah kandu (Itching on scalp), it was improved with highly significant result in group-A (66%) and in group-B (23%). On Kesha-Rukshata (Dryness of Hair), both the therapies provided highly significantly (P≤ 0.001) relief by 88% and 66% respectively. On Kesha-Tanutva (Thinness of Hair), group A provided significant relief (65%), whereas group B provided 38% relief which was statistically significant. Kesha-Kathinya (Hardness of Hair) was decreased to 80% in group-A while in group-B it was highly significantly decreased to 74%. Discussion: In our study shaman type of Nasya and shiroabhyanga choose which were indicated especially in Khalitya. By Yashtimadhukadya taila which have Indriyabalakara, Tridoshamaka and Rasayan etc., properties respectively. Conclusion: When vata pitta pacifying therapy- taila with nasya and Shiro Abhyanga were performed, it relieved these symptoms in the patients of Khalitya.

Keywords: Khalitya, Yashtimadhukadya Taila.


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