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PRELIMINARY CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE JATYADI GHRITA SUPPOSITORY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PARIKARTIKA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO FISSURE-IN-ANO.

National Journal Of Research in Ayurved Science

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Parikartika, Jatyadi Ghrita, Suppository, Fissure-In-Ano

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Rathod, A. (2019). PRELIMINARY CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE JATYADI GHRITA SUPPOSITORY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PARIKARTIKA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO FISSURE-IN-ANO. National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 7(4). Retrieved from http://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/404

Abstract

The earliest reference of Parikartika was available in Acharya Charaka, Sushruta and Kashyap Samhita. In modern point of view, it can be correlated with Fissure-In-Ano. Now a day, in Modern technological era, due to changing life style, consumption of fast foods, improper sleep habits may ultimately results into irregular bowel movements and constipation leads to the passage of hard stool and finally it causes erosion and deep tear through the skin of the anal margin extending into anal canal, which named as Parikartika i.e. Fissure-In-Ano.

In this study total 10 patients of Parikartika having signs and symptoms of same, selected from Arogyashala Rugnalaya OPD of Shalyatantra Department. The patients were treated with self-made “Jatyadi Ghrita Suppository” per anus for 10 days daily. Assessment was done on the basis of criteria such as burning sensation, pain, spasm, and itching.

The better result was observed in reduction of burning sensation, pain, spasm and itching after treatment.

Key words: Parikartika, Jatyadi Ghrita, Suppository, Fissure-In-Ano

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Abstract

The earliest reference of Parikartika was available in Acharya Charaka, Sushruta and Kashyap Samhita. In modern point of view, it can be correlated with Fissure-In-Ano. Now a day, in Modern technological era, due to changing life style, consumption of fast foods, improper sleep habits may ultimately results into irregular bowel movements and constipation leads to the passage of hard stool and finally it causes erosion and deep tear through the skin of the anal margin extending into anal canal, which named as Parikartika i.e. Fissure-In-Ano.


In this study total 10 patients of Parikartika having signs and symptoms of same, selected from Arogyashala Rugnalaya OPD of Shalyatantra Department. The patients were treated with self-made “Jatyadi Ghrita Suppository” per anus for 10 days daily. Assessment was done on the basis of criteria such as burning sensation, pain, spasm, and itching.


The better result was observed in reduction of burning sensation, pain, spasm and itching after treatment.


Key words: Parikartika, Jatyadi Ghrita, Suppository, Fissure-In-Ano