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Journal of AYUSH :- Ayurveda, Yoga, Unani, Siddha and Homeopathy
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ISSN (Print) 2321-6484 - ISSN (Online) 2278-2214
Published by STM Journals Homepage  [66 journals]
  • A Brief Concept of Busoore Labaniya (Acne Vulgaris) in Unani System of
           Medicine

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      Authors: Sumaiyya Abdul Karim Salar; Shaikh Shoeb Mohd Abdul Rauf2 Shoeb Mohd Abdul Rauf, Mohd Furqan Ahmad Patel, Taqdees Fatema Abdul Rauf Shaikh, Amjad Khan Salim Khan
      Abstract: Acne vulgaris is tremendously common skin disorder, moving quite 85% of adolescents and young adults. An existing systematic review of the epidemiology of acne across the planet renowned this disease of the skin occurrence approximate starting from just over 20% to over 95%. In Unani system of medicine, Acne vulgaris is entitled as Busoore Labaniya that are whitish outbreaks on the nose and face that represent milk droplets or frozen drawn butter because of Ma’dah sadidiyah or pus like down matter that’s immovable to the skin for prohibiting at the side of morbid matter (ghaleez bukharat). Present review paper is an effort to focus on solely the Acne vulgaris conception in Unani literature delineated by numerous known Unani physicians
      PubDate: Sat, 18 Jun 2022 10:38:36 +000
       
  • Role of Tabiat (Quwwat-e-Muddabbira Badan) in The Light of Unani System of
           Medicine

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      Authors: Khan Husna; Patel Furqan Ahmad, Rafi Ahmed Chaudhary, Farooqui Md Rafe, Khan Bushra Hina
      Abstract: Tabiat is the ordinary power which when exists in a body pledges movements and rest in its obligatorily. Tabiat is fundamentally a power which is a well-prepared system which keeps the body temperament and internal environment. Therapeutic herbs have been used practically in all cultures for enhancement of the immune system. Unani medicines rely on tabyat mudabbira-i-badan which is the complete strength, which accomplishes all the biological tasks of the body, provides resistance in resistance to many disorders and supports in healing in a natural manner. It is said that the real physician is the tabiat and the task of the physician is only to help it. The use of immunomodulatory drugs, besides others, is the unique feature of Unani medicine which plays an important role in modifying the body immunity and improving overall quality of life. This review purposes to pronounce the old concept of tabi’at and some significant immunomodulatory herbs in Unani system of medicine.
      PubDate: Wed, 13 Apr 2022 11:11:57 +000
       
  • A Comparative Clinical Evaluation of Snigdha Guna of Shatavari and
           Yashtimadhu with Special Reference to Twak Rukshata

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      Authors: Heliben Solanki; Dilip K. Jani, Kamlesh H. Bhogayata, Suman G. Singh
      Abstract: Context: Ayurveda is not simply a knowledge related to herbs, but the concept is like “Lock & Key mechanism”. To have a pinpointed activity one should have deep knowledge of such concepts. These concepts are expressed in the form of Rasa, Guna, Veerya, etc. Among those, Gunas are important for function of any action. Hence, this research work has been carried out to study deep assessment of Gunas in drugs Yastimadhu and Shatavari. Aim: Comparative evaluation of Snigdha Guna effect of Shatavari and Yashtimadhu in compared to Ghrita on common affecting factor Twak Rukshata. Methods and Material: Priorly, Prakruti analysis surveys were carried out and 48 volunteers having Vata predominance Prakruti were enrolled in three groups, i.e., Group A: Standard (Ghrita), Group B: Trial (Shatavari Churna), and Group C: Trial (Yashtimadhu Churna). Assessment of result done after 28 days, by the help of Grading Analogue Scale (GAS), statically analysed by ‘Student t-test’, ‘One way ANOVA’. Results: Overall effect in all three groups in relieving symptoms on 31 parameters out of 36 parameters showed result i.e., 36.11, 19.32 and 28.52% in Group A, Group B and Group C respectively. Conclusion: Clinically, Yashtimadhu shows more Snigdha Guna effect compared to Shatavari. 
      PubDate: Wed, 13 Apr 2022 11:07:21 +000
       
  • Perspectives on ‘Kamsaharitaki’: an Ayurvedic Formulation for COVID-19
           related Multisystem Inflammatory Syndrome (MIS)

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      Authors: Vaibhav Ajitrao Bapat; Anup Pande, Sagar Narode, Surendra Vedpathak
      Abstract: Background and Aim: Angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 receptor (ACE2), together with Transmembrane protease serine 2 (TMPRSS2), is a protein receptor for SARS-CoV-2 virus in the host subject; expression of ACE2 and TMPRSS2 reveals the multidimensional character of COVID-19 infection. SARS-CoV-2 prominently induces pulmonary and systemic injury with other synergistic mechanisms. Preexisting chronic inflammatory conditions markedly sustain and aggravate the severity and cytokine storm. Inflammatory responses are closely linked with COVID-19 severity and complications. Role of Reactive oxygen species (ROS) is crucial and owing the demand of polyherbal combinations with antioxidant potential for their preventive and therapeutic aspects. Ayurveda intended to develop potential immune mechanism in the host while dealing with infectious diseases. ‘Kamsaharitaki’ a polyherbal formulation predominantly indicated in inflammatory conditions targeting multiple systems is found to be most appropriate to restrain Multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS) associated with COVID 19. To support and establish this; phytopharmacological exploration is decisive. Methodology: A keen exploration of in vitro, in vivo studies with electronically published data limited to Pubmed search engine interrelated to phytochemicals and pharmacological properties of each solitary herb along with predefined groups of herbs constituting this formulation is carried out. Results and Conclusion: This revealed presence of numerous phytochemicals with comparable pharmacological properties. Dashmula (group of 10 herbs of this formulation) illustrated statistically significant anti-inflammatory, antioxidant and anti-platelet (P<0.05) potentials. Terminalia chebula, a chief constituent, exhibited 3CLpro inhibitory potential and other ingredients possess supportive properties. This will provide a potential evidences for further research.
      PubDate: Wed, 13 Apr 2022 10:46:22 +000
       
  • COVID-19: Nija or Agantuj Roga, Ayurvedic Perspective

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      Authors: Gyanendra kumar Gupta; gagan devi
      Abstract: Epidemics have not been new concept neither to universe nor for India. Ayurveda, which is most ancient, documented science of health care system, has documented concept of epidemics thousand years ago and which is explained under name Janapadodhwamsa or Maraka. It is explained in detail as an independent chapter in various classical texts. As per description, Ayurvedic literature described their mechanism of Aetiology (Nidana), various factors affecting severity and actions complicating illnesses along with their management and preventive method. In this study, an attempt is made to describe it as per our classical science, which asserts the superiority of host susceptibility (Nija) over External Agent/Virus (Agantuja) and uses the same principles in prevention. In this study, an attempt is made to understand different stage of COVID-19 under Jwara.
      PubDate: Wed, 13 Apr 2022 10:30:35 +000
       
  • The Concept of Mind and Treatment of Mental Diseases in Homoeopathy

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      Authors: Tushita Thakur
      Abstract: Homeopathy treats the patient as a whole in mental and physical plane together based on symptom similarity. Homoeopathy rejects mind-body duality. According to Homoeopathic principles, mind and body are dynamically interconnected. Mental diseases are not separate from so called physical diseases. The classical texts of Homoeopathy have given detailed description of importance of mental symptoms in prescribing suitable similar medicine as well as case taking of mentally ill patients; and classification and treatment of mental diseases. According to Homoeopathic principles- all chronic diseases, if studied carefully, will show decided and characteristic mental symptoms long before physical changes can be discovered in the body by any laboratory test now known. The symptoms of mind including patient’s subjective feelings, emotions, thought, sensations and reactions to various life stressors reflect the deepest aspect of the patient. These symptoms are considered characteristic symptom of the patient as they reflect the deepest aspect of the patient. Thus, in Homoeopathic prescribing, the symptoms of mind take precedence over general and local symptoms and help in individualization of the case. When these “symptoms of mind” are correctly selected and matched according to the principles of Homoeopathy, they can lead to a right selection of Homoeopathic medicine, the “similimum” and lasting cure.
      PubDate: Mon, 07 Mar 2022 06:01:22 +000
       
 
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