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ROLE OF TARPANA WITH PHALTRIKADI GHRITA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DWITIYA PATALGATA TIMIRA W.S.R. TO PRESBYOPIA

Dr. Saurabh Kumar*

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In Ayurveda, Timira is categorized under Drishtigata rogas. When vitiated doshas are localized in Second patala of eye, the disorder is known as Dwitya patalagata Timira, sign and symptoms of which correlates it with Presbyopia in modern parlance. Presbyopia becomes apparent in middle age, in which loss of elasticity of lens of eyes causes defective accommodation and diminished near vision. An individual or professionals requiring fine near work develop Presbyopia at an early age. The study was done on 30 clinically diagnosed patients of Presbyopia and they were treated by Tarpana with Phalatrikadi Ghrita and Saptamrita Lauha orally. On completion of study, the statistical analysis of results concluded highly significant results on all subjective parameters except significant result on Suchipasham na pashyati in dim light and on near visual efficacy significant results with no adverse effects were observed. It can be concluded that Phaltrikadi Ghrita for Tarpana and Saptamrita Lauha orally are safe and efficient formulation in management of Dwitiya Patalgata Timira.

Keywords: Dwitiya Patalgata Timira, Presbyopia, Phaltrikadi Ghrita, Tarpana, Saptamrita Lauha.


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