A comparative Clinical Evaluation of Amritadya Guggulu with and without Yavamalaki choorna in the management of Dyslipidemia
As a result of confronting challenges of modernization, man has adapted himself to the fast paced life by modifying his dietary and lifestyle preferences to suit the modern era. This has resulted in a state of discrepancy between the external environment and his internal mechanism causing multitudes of diseases which referred as “lifestyle diseases”. Dyslipidemia is a condition in which the level of lipoproteins (cholesterol, triglycerides or both) is raised in the plasma. For this “Amritadya Guggulu” mentioned in Chakradatta and “Yava Amalaki Choorna” mentioned in Charaka sutra sthana is selected. The ingredients of Amritadya Guggulu like Guduchi, Truti, Vella, Vatsaka, Triphala are Medohara and Tiktarasa pradhana which is Kapha vata hara, Laghu, Kapha shoshaka effective in case of Dyslipidemia on the other hand Yava Amalaki choorna is also having Medohara property. In the present study, 40 patients of Dyslipidemia were registered and were randomly placed and observed in two groups, treated with Amritadya Guggulu and Amritadya Guggulu with Yavamalaki Choorna for 30 days. Each disease feature was scored according to the assessment criteria and each patient was assessed and scored with respect to his/her presenting complaints. Respective scores were subjected for statistical analysis using paired student ‘t’ test for the individuals groups and unpaired student ‘t’ test to compare both the groups.
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