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TO ASSESS EFFECT OF KSHARA LEPA APPLICATION AND SALICYLIC ACID ON CHARMAKEELA (WARTS)”

Dr. Chauhan Vikas and *Dr. Sharma Ankit

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The skin, an important organ has much to do with personal appearance. It covers muscles, bones and all other organs of the body hence is known as “Twaka” or “charma” or covering of the body. Skin health deserves a broader interpretations then merely the absence of disease. Appearance of the skin projects status, influences and creates impression on other, thereby promoting self-confidence and personal satisfaction. Acharya have described skin diseases under the heading of kshudra roga and kushta rogas and Acharya Sushrutha has described fourty four kshudra rogas: charmakeela is one among them. According to alternative system of medicine, a clinical entity, in resemblance with that of charmakeela is wart. Wart of verruca is a benign neoplasm of the skin and adjacent mucous membrane, caused by human papilloma virus and said to be infectious. In medical practice, warts are extremely common. Warts have no specific sites. They occur in certain areas with a different appearance. Warts are circumscribed papillary growth presenting a sessile or pedenculated bae and a flat or horny top. So far as the methods of the treatment in modern medical science are concerned it consist of cauterization of the infected tissue either with chemical or electric device, electro surgery, fluorinated cortico-steroids, liquid nitrogen therapy, x-ray therapy etc. But the results are uncertain and recurrence and disfigurement of the area is common. So such treatment was planned to carry out to reduce the recurrence of the disease and effective as well as cheaper without any side-effect. Method: In this study treatment was planned in such a way to compare the Ayurvedic treatment and alternative system of medicine. In both group assessment was done on 1st day, 5th day 7th day and 21st of follow up. Results: There were statistically highly significant improvement (p

Keywords: Wart, Charmakeela, Kaphavatashamaka, Apamarga kshara lepa.


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