To Study the Efficacy of Pathyadi Lepa Application (By Bhav Prakash) In the Management of Dadru W.S.R to Tinea Corporis in Age Group 2 To 12 Years by Randomised Control Trial


Authors : Dr. Ravindra Rajpal; Chavan Amruta Arun; Dr. Deepak Khawale

Volume/Issue : Volume 5 - 2020, Issue 9 - September

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According to Ayurveda, Twak is the organ which covers the external surface of the body. According to modern science, skin is protective organ of the body. In these era, reccurence of skin disease have increased tremendously. In Ayurveda all skin disease are considered under broad heading of Kushtha Disease. Kushtha are mainly divided into seven types of Maha Kushtha and eleven types of Kshudra Kushtha. Dadru is one of the Kshudra Kushtha. Dadru is one of the most common but curable twak vicar affecting all the age of population. Dadru is one of the Kshudra Kushtha with predominance of Pitta and Kalpha dosha. The symptoms of dadru are Raga (erythema ), Kandu ( itching), Pidika and mandal formatiuon ( vesicle or pustules).The symptoms of Dadruasnd Tineacorporis shows tremendous similarities with each other. The Nidan , Samprapti, Roopa and Bheda of Dadru goes with many similarities with that of Tinea infection. Many drugs are mentioned for internal and external application described in ancient Samhitha. So a remedy would be easy to follow efficacy ,cost effective and also free from all side effect should be adopted .PathyadiLepa mentioned in Bhavprakash contain the drug Haritaki, Karanj, Nisha, Bakuchi, Vidanga , Sarshap and Saindhav

Keywords : Kushtha , Dadru , Tineacorporis, PathyadiLepa

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