A CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF PITTAJA MUTRAKRICHHA W. S. R. TO UTI AND ITS MANGAMENT WITH AN AYURVEDIC FORMULATION
Swapnil Saini*, Akhilesh K. Srivastva and Rajesh K. Manglesh
The term Mutrakrichha is a disease of Mutravaha Srotasa, there are many cardinal symtoms of Mutrakrichha but the main feature is Kricchrata (Painful micturation). Pitta dosha and Vata dosha (Mainly Apana Vayu) are the Dosha which are vitiated in Pittaja Mutrakrichha which effect the Basti and Mutravaha Srotasa which effect the patient and produce symtoms like difficulty in micturation, burning micturation, hematuria and increase frequency of micturation. These symptoms basically resembles the features of lower urinary tract infection which is caused by inflammation of urethra and urinary bladder which is a serious problem for patients. There are many antibiotics in modern sciences still the disease are reoccurring in the society. So the trial was undertaken to find out safe and cost effective drug in Ayurvedic formulations for its mangament. In the present study minimum of 30 patients diagnosed on the symptomatic criteria, urine culture positive, were give Dhattryadi Kwatha irrespective of caste, religion & socio economic status. The duration of trail was 14 days. The observations obtained are analysed statistically and is observed that Dhattryadi kwatha is a effective drug for Mutrakrichha.
Keywords: Mutrakrichha, Mutravaha srotasa, Kricchrata, Apana vayu, Dhattryadi kwatha.
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