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A REVIEW OF AVAILABLE LITERATURE AND SCIENTIFIC STUDIES ON HERBS CONDUCTED SO FOR CONCERNING TREATMENT OF AMAVATA (W.S.T RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS)

Kumar Anant, Kumar Surjeet*, Rani Khushboo, Sharma Amit Kumar and Tewari Aditaya Nath

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The Amavata (Rheumatoid Arthritis) is the most common disease presently seen worldwide affecting approximately 1 to 2% of adult population. As per the Ayurveda provoked Ama and vitiated Vata simultaneously lodge in Trika and Sandhi and leads to stabdhata (stiffness),shotha (swelling) shoola (pain) in the body. The bodyache, loss of taste, heaviness, fever, and indigestion are also founded in Amavata. The Amavata has been challenging problems to the medical field. Various treatment protocols are applied in this disease with partial success. In the modern system of medicine the treatment of Amavata is immuno-modulators, Anti-inflammatory and Analgesic in which the steroid and non-steroid (NSAIDs) drugs are used which shows serious side effects like gastrointestinal ulceration and bleeding, hepatotoxicity, stomatitis, dyslipidaemia. The prevalence of Rheumatoid Arthritis suggests that there is no complete integrated regimen to cure this disease or to pacify its symptoms. To provide a better life style to patient, some cost effective safer drugs with minimal or no side effect is highly require. The treatment in Ayurvedic literature is vast but yet little explored. Therefore there is need to explore and generate necessary evidence for Ayurvedic management of this disease. The primary aim of this paper is to review the available literature along the experimental studies conducted to date.

Keywords: Amavata, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Internet, Published Article.


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