AYU (An International Quarterly Journal of Research in Ayurveda)

: 2010  |  Volume : 31  |  Issue : 4  |  Page : 430--435

Management of Amavata with «SQ»Amrita Ghrita«SQ»: A clinical study

PS Lekurwale1, Kamlesh Pandey2, P Yadaiah3 
1 Lecturer, Department of Kaya Chikitsa, Shri K. R. Pandav Ayurveda College, Nagpur, Maharashtra, India
2 Lecturer, Department of Kaya Chikitsa, Dayanand Ayurveda Medical College & Hospital Siwan, Bihar, India
3 Professor, Department of Kaya Chikitsa, R. T. Ayurveda College, Akola, Maharashtra, India

Correspondence Address:
P S Lekurwale
Plot no. 39, Near Shiv Gauri Primary School, Jay Vighnaharta Nagar, Hudkeshwar Road, Nagpur - 440034, Maharashtra

Amavata is a disease caused due to the vitiation or aggravation of Vayu associated with Ama. Vitiated Vayu circulates the Ama all over the body through Dhamanies, takes shelter in the Shleshma Sthana (Amashaya, Sandhi, etc.), producing symptoms such as stiffness, swelling, and tenderness in small and big joints, making a person lame. The symptoms of Amavata are identical to rheumatism, which include rheumatoid arthritis and rheumatic fever. It is observed that rheumatism is an autoimmune disorder, which is among the collagen disorders having strong and significant parlance with Amavata. Various drug trials were already carried out on Amavata, yet there is a lacuna in the management of Amavata. Hence, in the present clinical study, 28 patients were selected and kept on «SQ»Amrita Ghrita«SQ». All the patients were investigated for complete blood count (CBC), rheumatoid arthritis (RA) titer, Antistreptolysin O (ASO) titer, C-reactive protein (CRP) titer, platelet count, urine routine, and microscopic, before and after treatment. The collected data was distributed according to age, sex, and prakruti, and a t-test was applied for the clinical assessment of the subjective and objective parameters of «SQ»Amrita Ghrita,«SQ» and it has shown significant reduction in the positivity of the RA titer (t > 5.09, at the 0.001% level), ASO titer (t > 4.08, at the 0.001% level), and CRP titer (t > 4.82, at the 0.001% level), and weight gain (t > 5.12, at the 0.001% level), as also an increase in Hb% (t >9.22, at the 0.001% level), and platelet count (t> 5.90, at the 0.001% level), and decrease in ESR (t > 9.70, at the 0.001% level).

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Lekurwale P S, Pandey K, Yadaiah P. Management of Amavata with 'Amrita Ghrita': A clinical study.AYU 2010;31:430-435

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Lekurwale P S, Pandey K, Yadaiah P. Management of Amavata with 'Amrita Ghrita': A clinical study. AYU [serial online] 2010 [cited 2021 Sep 21 ];31:430-435
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