To Study The Efficacy Of Guda Shunthi Yoga On Kaphaja Kasa In Children Of Age Group 1 To 5 Years
Kasa is the impairing disorder of Pranavaha srotas, It may lead to serious disease conditions like Shwasa, Kshaya if not properly manage in time. Moreover, the pathophysiology of Kasa almost exactly correlates the mechanism of cough reflex. As per modern science cough is a symptom but in Ayurveda Kasa (cough) is a separate vyadhi seen commonly in children of age 1to 5 yrs. It is the common most symptom irritating children. Kaphaja Kasa is undertaken for study because kapha is dominant in balyawastha and most of the Kaphajavyadhi’s are seen in this age group.
Gudashunti yoga is used for treating kaphajakasa.
This was an informed, consented, open clinical trial. Total 30 patients of age group 1 to 5 years from OPD were taken for clinical trial. Gudashunti yoga in churna form freshly prepared and given with koshnajala (anupan) to patients three times a day.
The patients were evaluated at regular intervals on various assessment parameters over a period of 7 days.
Symptoms Kasavega, Pratishyaya, Aruchi, chardi,kaphanishthivana,were reduced in -7days.
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