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SUCCESSFULLY MANAGED CASE OF AMASHAYAGATA VATA THROUGH AYURVEDIC CHIKITSA SUTRA PRINCIPLES WITH VAMANA KARMA AND SHADDHARANA CHURNA – A CASE REPORT

Dr. Bharadwaj Turlapati*, Dr. Kiran M. Goud, Dr. Shreyas D. M. and Dr. Vinaykumar K. N.

ABSTRACT

Ayurveda is a science of life which defines health from the point of equilibrium of dosha, Agni, dhatu, Mala kriya and cheerful Atma, Manas and indriyas.[1] Shareera has been said to be formed mainly from Dosha, Dhatus and mala.[2] Vata, Pitha and Kapha are the three shareerika doshas.[3] Roga is said to be the disequilibrium of the doshas.[4] Among these three vata has been given prime importance and has been stated as “Tantra yantra dhara”.[5] also separate chapter has been dedicated for the diseases caused by vata (Vatavyadi) in all of brihattrayees. Gata vata is a pathological condition explained in brihattrayees which is caused when Vata due to various aharaja, viharaja, karmaja and manasika hetus, gets vitiated in the shareera. This vitiated vata moves and localizes in a specific sthana leading to depletion in the normal functioning of that sthana. This is understood as gata vata. Gata- situated in or gone to any state or condition or fallen into. Under pathological condition doshas behave in different patterns with regard to their spread, direction of spreading & area of localization & manifestation.[6] Amashaya gatavata is a type of ashaya-gatavata where the vitiated vata is lodged in the amashaya and produces a set of symptoms.[7] in the Gastrointestinal tract. A case of 65years old male patient has been presented with symptoms of amashayagata vata since two and half years, for which he visited various allopathic clinics and was managed conservatively and had found no relief from his gastrointestinal symptoms. He was successfully managed by Ayurvedic treatment principles with Vamana karma and shaddharana churna and obtained complete relief from the symptoms. Assessment was done based on the signs and symptoms before and after the treatment and on one month follow-up.

Keywords: Ayurveda, Vata Vyadhi, Amashayagatavata, Vamana karma, Shaddharana churna, Gastrointestinal disease.


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