REVIEW OF EVIDENCE BASED STUDY ON VYAGHRI HARITAKI AVALEHA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CERTAIN RESPIRATORY DISORDERS.
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Rasayana
pre clinical study
clinical study
shawasa
kasa

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SREEDHARAN, A. (2021). REVIEW OF EVIDENCE BASED STUDY ON VYAGHRI HARITAKI AVALEHA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO CERTAIN RESPIRATORY DISORDERS. National Journal of Research in Ayurved Science, 9(01). Retrieved from https://ayurlog.com/index.php/ayurlog/article/view/766

Abstract

ABSTRACT

BACKGROUND

Respiratory disorders are leading cause of morbidity and mortality that induces an economic and social burden worldwide. In today’s world, finding preventive methods and cure from these enormous challenges should be one of the priorities in the global health sector. Vyaghri haritaki avaleha is a potential Ayurveda polyherb formulation used for treating Kasa, Shwasa, Rajyakshma, Peenasa and its Rasayana properties ensures better quality of life of the patient.

AIM AND OBJECTIVE

Overview on Vyaghri haritaki avaleha

To conduct a review on evidence-based study of Vyaghri haritaki avaleha in the management of symptoms of respiratory disorders.

METHODS

To conduct this study, Ayurveda research articles were obtained from Google Scholar. Total 6 studies were yielded, which included only Clinical and Pre-Clinical studies.

RESULT

  • Out of the 6 articles found (n=6), 1 article was an In-Vivo study and other 5 articles were Clinical studies on Vyaghri haritaki avaleha.
  • Among the 5 Clinical studies, 1 study was found to be a comparative analysis between Vyaghri haritaki avaleha and Ashtang avaleha.1 study was found, where Anu taila Nasya was used as an adjuvant along with Vyaghri haritaki avaleha.
  • Out of the 5 Clinical studies on Vyaghri haritaki avaleha, 3 studies were conducted on children.

CONCLUSION

This review on Vyaghri haritaki avaleha provides a better understanding of this formulation and showcases its effectiveness in treating all types of Kasa roga, Tamaka shwasa, Chronic bronchitis and Dusht Pratishaya. This review throws light on extensive use of Vyaghri haritaki avaleha in children for treating the symptoms of respiratory disorders.

KEYWORDS

Vyaghri haritaki avaleha, In Vivo, Clinical study, Respiratory disorders, Immunomodulatory activity, Tamaka Shwasa, Chronic Bronchitis.

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