Aampramathini Vati in Aamvata
The study is carried out to evaluate the potency of Aampramathini vati in Aamvata. It is a single open clinical trial. As per the inclusive criteria 40 patients were selected for this study consisting of the symptoms like Vedana, Apaka, Trushna, Alasya, Sandhi stabhdhata, Sandhi kriya alpata. Aampramathini Vati with the dose of 1gm twice a day along with Trivrut Kashaya as anupan was administered to the patient. Heamogram with ESR, RA factor were the specific investigations carried out for the study before and after treatment. The follow up of the patients was taken on 7th , 15th, & 30th day. The drug showed the significant result in reducing the symptoms of Aamvata. No any toxic or adverse effects of drug were noticed by the patients during the treatment. Hence, it can be said that the drug Aampramathini Vati is efficient in treating the patients of Aamvata.
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