EFFICACY OF HARIDRA, JALINI SIDDHA KATU TAIL IN ARSHA – A CASE STUDY
Amruta Arun Garad*, Vitthal Kishanrao Kasle and Bhushan Suryakantji Akhade
Arsha (Pile) is clinical condition of dilated and engorged haemorrhoidal venous plexus along with abnormally displaced, enlarged anal cushion characterized by bleeding per rectum, pain in ano, prolapse and discharge. Arsha (Piles) is the one of the commonest disorder encountered in clinical and surgical practise. Incidence of Arsha increases with growing age, at least 50% of people over the age of 50 yr’s have some degree of haemorrhoidal symptoms. Modern science has advocated various methods but these procedures are mainly surgical, can have complications and also may have recurrence. Morever Indian population believes in our Indian system of medicine so this is an attempt to help these patients with Haridra, Jalini siddha Katu Tail (Sthanika abhyanga). Initially local application of Haridra, Jalini siddha Katu Tail was given for 15 days and later on follow -up was taken for next 45 days. The effect of tail was observed both in subjective and objective parameters. Ayurvedic treatment for Haemorrhoid is result oriented, cost effective, decreases chance of suegical procedures.
Keywords: Arsha, Piles, Haridra, Jalini siddha katu tail.
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