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RESEARCH ARTICLE
Year : 2007  |  Volume : 28  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 87-93

A Clinical Study on Uccharaktachapa (Essential Hypertension) with Virechana and Shamana Yoga (A Herbal Compound)


1 R.O. (Ay.) R.R.I. (Ay.), Vijayawada, India
2 Director, I.P.G.T & R.A, Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar, India

Correspondence Address:
Gurucharan Bhuyan
R.O. (Ay.) R.R.I. (Ay.), Vijayawada
India
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Hypertension is a psychosomatic, haemodynamic disease also known as the silent or hidden killer. The incidence of Hypertension is very high in our country and has almost taken an epidemic shape. Over 10% people of India are affected with Hypertension, majority of them are from urban areas. For this study well-established 41 EHT patients were selected for this clinical trial from the OPD of I.P.G.T. & R.A. Hospital, Gujarat Ayurved University, Jamnagar and were administered with Virechana Karma and Shamana yoga (an herbal compound). Out of 41 cases, 10 were LAMA and remaining 31 cases completed the course of treatment. Overall effect of therapy shows that, out of 31 cases 2(6.45%) got complete relief, 18(58.06%) got marked relief, 10(32.26%) got moderate relief and 1(3.23%) case remained in improved category. Statistically highly significant results (P < 0.001) were found in all the parameters.


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