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THE ROLE OF SHATYADI CHURNA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PRATISHAYA IN 6 YEAR OLD CHILD – A CASE STUDY

Dr. Mikhil Trambakrao Patil* and Dr. Deepak Khawale

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The basic concept of Ayurveda is the prevention and cureof disease, as it is mentioned as the main aim of Ayurveda.[1] In Ayurveda, Bala Chikitsa has been described as it is one among the Ashtanga Ayurveda.[2] Pratishyayahas been a major problem in the Paediatric practice. The word, Pratishyaya indicates a recurrent attack. It is one of the important disorderfound among the Nasaroga. If it is untreated, turnit into the DushtaPratishyaya. Therefore, early management of Pratishyaya is also important. It can be correlated with Rhinitis in modern science. It is characterized by nasal block, nasal discharge, headache, sneezing, etc. It is also developed due to the seasonal change, allergies, dust, etc. It is one of the common disorders of the Respiratory system. Treatment of Pratishyaya needs more care towards children and observations for developing any complications. ShatyadiChurna is a formulation that is mentioned in Yogaratnakara and VangasenaSamhita for the management of Pratishyaya. Here in this case study, ShatyadiChurnais taken with Sarpi, GudaAnupana for the management of Pratishyaya in children.

Keywords: Pratishyaya, Rhinitis, ShatyadiChurna.


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