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Global Ayurveda Festival[ -Kerala 2O14
!international seminar on Ayurveda in Public Health
20-23 February 2014
Jawaharlal Nehru international Stadium, Kochi, Kerata
Book of Abstracts

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    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 tnternati6nat Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health .$ii*fl. Gtobal Ayurveda Festiva[ -Kerala 2O1 4 !nternational seminar on Ayurveda in Public Heatth 20-23 February 2014 Jawahartal Nehru lnternationat Stadium, Kochi, Kerata Book of Abstracts Gtobat Ayurveda Festiva[ -Kerata 2014 !nternational seminar on Ayurveda in Public Heatth 20-23 February 2014 JawahartaI Nehru lnternationat Stadium, Cochin Book of Abstracts Chief Editors Dr. P Sankaran KuttY Dr. M.R. Vasudevan NamPoothiri Dr. S. Rajasekharan Dr. G. Vinod Kumar Editorial Board Dr. K.G. Ajit Kumar Dr. A. Biju Kumar Dr. C.K. Krishnan Nair Dr. G.Jai Dr. D.Jayan Dr. Sreevidya C.G Dr. Durga S.R. Dr. V. Rajmohan Dr. 5. Venu Layout & setting : Riju Hari, RK Grafix Book of Abstracts I ii
    • .'"::d 'r*1t# Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health No. Title / Name Theme : OBESITY, DIABETES, METABOLIC DISEASES AND AYURVEDA 6701 01 01 01 oRl oR2 oR3 oR4 oR5 oR6 oR7 oR8 oR9 oR1 0 oR1'l oR1 2 oR1 3 oR14 oR1 5 oRl 6 oR1 7 oR1 8 oR1 9 oR20 oR21 oR22 oR23 oR24 oR25 ROLE OF ROOKSHANA AS POORVAKARMA FOR VAMANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF STHULA MADHUMEHI W.5.R. TO NIDDM . ADARSH D RAJ, S.G.PRASANNA AITHAL A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS OF TRIKATU IN MAHOUSHADHA NIGHANTU W.5.R LIFESTYLE DISORDERS - ADITI KULKARNI, SARA MONSY OOMEN, P.Y.ANSARY ROLE OF PATHYAAND APATHYA IN PREVENTING LIFESTYLE RELATED EYE DISEASES - AISWARYA B HAMSAVENI V, SUJATHAMMA K, N ANJANEYA MURTHY ROLE OF SUSRUTOKTA NASYA IN SINUSITIS - ALOK G ANAND EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF BHADRADI ASTHAPANAVASTI IN 'STHOULYA'- AMIYA BHONSLE, SRINIVASA REDDY C.M ROLE OF LEKHANA VASTI WITH VARAADI KWATHA IN STHAULYA W.5. R TO OBESITY. A PILOT STUDY - AMRUTHA CHAITANYA CH.SADANANDAM HERBAL OIL COMPOSITION: AN ULTIMATE TREATMENT OF ALL THE FORMS OF DIABETES WITHIN FEW HOURS -ANIL KUMAR GUPTA CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION THROUGH TAKRA DHARA - ANNAPURNA DAMBAL A STUDY ON EFFICACY OF GOMUTRAARKA IN PREVENTION OF ATI STHAULYA W.S.R. TO OBESITY - ARJUN RAM, PRATHIBHA KULKARNI, SHIVAPRASAD CHIPLUNKAR OBESITY- PREVENTION THROUGH AYURVEDA MODALITIES - ARUN.K, SHIVAKUMAR, M. B. KAVITA, T, B. TRI PATHY OCCUPATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH ANDPSORIASIS ANAYURVEDIC APPROACH ASAWARIARUNSATAV, ANJALI DESHPANDE, ASAWARI A. SATAV VIRECHANA KARMA - A RECENT ADVANCEMENT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF METABOLIC SYNDROME . ASHUTOSH CHATURVEDI, ASHVINI KUMAR M, RAVISHANKAR B EFFECT OF SHIROTHALAM IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HYPERTENSION . BIJUVINAYAK, ASHVINIKUMAR M, ARYAN NAMBOODIRI ROLE OF TALAKESHWARA RASA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SKIN DISEASES W S R TO VICHARCHIKA - CHANNAVEERA, RAVI R CHAVAN, M S DODDAMANI A PILOT STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF BHARANGIMOOLA ARKA NEBULIZATION IN TAMAKA SWASA - CHINTUJA J.P., MANJUNATH ADIGA HYPERTENSION- IN AYURVED PERSPECTIVE I ROHIT BHOGE, DATTATRAYA L.SHINDE CURATIVE & PREVENTIVE EFFECT OF SAMSHODHANA IN METABOLIC DISORDERS W.S.R. TO HYPOTHYROIDISM - MANIKRAO KULKARNI, DEEPALI SHEREKER PREVENTION OF ARSHAS WITH REFERENCE TO LIFESTYLE CHANGES - DHANYA PV, ANJALIBHARADWAJ, SHAILAJASV, N.ANJANEYA MOORTHY, KIRAN M PRACTICALAPPLICATION OF UDVARTANA CHIKITSA IN STHOULYA - DIPANJAN JANA, S.N.BELAVADI STRESS AND ITS MANAGEMENT THROUGH AYURVEDA - KISHORE DUSHYANI KUMAR HEMANI NATHANI SUMIT, KOTECHA MEETA CONCEPT OF SANDHIGATA VATA AND IT MANAGEMENT THROUGH VATARI RASA - GANESH NAMBOOTHIRI P K, B. B. JOSHI CRITICAL STUDY OF TAMRA BHASMA IN STHOULYA W.S. R. SAMPRAPTHI VIGHATANA - HtMABtNDU, RAVt CHAVAN, M.S.DODDAMANI A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF TWO GROUPS OF SHAMANAUSHADHIS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC PERIPHERAL AND PROXIMAL NEUROPATHY HRISHIKESH ASHOK . HRISHIKESH AsHOK, M D P RAJU, B I MATHAPATI A HERBAL REMEDY FOR DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS - JOBIN K. THOMAS, SWEETYMOL JOSE, M.M. MATHEW A STUDY ON GALAGANDA, ITS MANAGEMENT WITH LEPA AND SHAMANAUSHADHI WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THYROTOXICOSIS - JYOTHSNA LSHRIYAN, MALLAYA KUSUM RAGUNATH, SHOBHA G HIREMATH STUDY ON PRANAVAHA SROTAS W.5.R. TO RAJA (DUsT PARTICLE) - KESAVA M.V.5, 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 01 0't 0'l 0'l 01 01 01 -oR26 Book of Abstracts I iii I _t
    • 3irca /tJLri,eda Festtval - 2014 imrimJfrff{in'a Semtnar on AyuNeda for Public Health €'=:-== 01 - oR27 01 -oR28 01 -oR29 01-oR30 01 -oR31 01 -oR32 01 -oR33 01 - oR34 01 -oR35 01 - oR36 01 -oR37 01 - oR38 01 - oR39 01 - oR40 01 - oR41 01 - oR42 01 - oR43 01 - oR44 01 - oR45 01 - oR46 01 -oR47 01 - oR48 01 - oR49 PRASANTH KEKUDA.T.R A GLIMPSE ON AETIOPATHOGENESIS OF APATTHYA NIMITTAJA MADHUMEHA AND ITS SAMPRAPTI VIGHATANA BY NISHATRIPHALADI YOGA-KISHORKUMAR. A. R, R SHYLAJAKUMARI BRAHMI TAIL SHIROABHYANGA IN CHATTODWEGA(ANXIETY NEUROSIS) - KSR PRASAD, MADHAVIKA PRAKASH CHAUDHARI A CLINICAL STUDY ON MANAGEMENT OF SURYAVARTA VIS.A-VIS FRONTAL SINUSITIS - MADHU.H.M., GAJANANA HEGDE RECENT ADVANCES IN PRAMEHAHARA DRAVYAS OF AYURVEDA - VILAXANA JOsHI, HARINI A, PRAKASH L HEGDE MURCHHIIA GHRITA"- A BEST CARDIO PROTECTIVE FAT IN ROUTINE LIFE - PATEL MANISH KUMAR, PARHATE S M A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON TRIPHALA RASAYANA IN LIFESTYLE DISORDERS - MANISHA SOLANKI, SARA MONSY OOMMEN, ANSARY P.Y, VIBRATION THERAPY - A CONVENTIONAL MASSAGE INFLUENCES ON STHOULYA (OBESITY) -MEENA DEOGADE, K. S. R. PRASAD A STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF ASHVAGANDHA AVALEHA IN KAARSHYA - MEERA K., PRASANTH KEKUDA T.R. EFFICACY OF TRIPHALADI KALA BASTI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY - A PILOT STUDY - MUNEEB AHMED, AMARNATH B.V.B, KIRAN M. GOUD SOCIOECONOMIC AND EDUCATIONAL STATUS OF DIABETES PATIENTS, SELECTED AREA IN SRI LANKA - A. M. MUTHALIB, KAMALA. NASER, R. SIVAKANESHAN, B.M. NAGEEB AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AND ANTIMUTAGENIC ACTIVITY OF APAMARGA (ACHYRANTHES ASPERA LINN.) - NEETHU 5EN K, SARA MONSY OOMMEN EFFICACY OF KUKKUTANDSWEDA AND NASYA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ARDITA- NISHANT KAUSHIK META-ANALYSIS OF DIABECON TABLETS:EFFICACY AND SAFETY OUTCOMES FROM 15 CLINICAL TRIALS IN TYPE II DIABETES MELLITUS - PALANIYAMMA D, PRALHAD SADASHIV PATKI., GOPUMADHAVAN, PADMANABHA RUGVEDI, PRABIR KUMAR KUNDU, PS CHATTERJEE, SHYAM RAMAKRISHNAN UNDERSTANDING PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIP OF OBESITY AND HYPOTHYROIDISM - PARVATHY RAVINDRAN, AMARNATH B.V.B, MURALIDHARA A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF VAMANA KARMA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF EKAKUSHTHA (PSORIASIS) - POOJA B.A, SANTOSHKUMAR BHATTED, SHALINI C.ELI A STUDY ON THE EFFICACY OF PATALADI KASHAYAAND CAPSULE PROSTINA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERTROPHY (BPH) - PRADEEP B C, RAJENDRA V, GAJANANA HEGDE AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC PERIPHERAL AND PROXIMAL NEUROPATHY - PRAJWAL KUMAR J M, GAJANANA HEGDE CASE STUDY OF VIRECHAN KARMA IN DIABETES MELLITUS - PRATEEK AGARWAL, SIPIKA SWATI' AN ANALYTICAL OUTLOOK TO ESTABLISH RAJODOSHA AS CAUSATIVE FACTOR OF PRAMEHA - PRITI PATIL, P. SHWETA DIWAN, CLINICAL EFFECTS OF TARPANA THERAPY ON REFRACTIVE ERRORS - PRIYANKA JOSHI B.MUKHOPADHYAY ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER : EFFECT OF AYURVEDA IN CURRENT SCENARIO - PRIYANKA TRIWEDI TO STUDY THE EFFECT OF SHODHAN(VAMAN) AND SHAMAN CHIKITSA IN TAMAK 5HWAsA W.R.T. BRONCHIAL ASTHMA - PRIYANKA U.SHELOTKAR, AJIT RAWAL, RENUKA GAYAL ROLE OF AVURVEDA FOR GRACEFUL AGEING - S.G.PUNCHIHEWA Bcoi ,iIjsfl'atfs iv
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 201 4 lnternational Seninar on Ayurveda for Public Health 01 01 - oR50 01 - oR51 01 -oR52 oR53 oR54 oR55 oR56 01 -PO4 0'l - Po5 01 - oR57 01 -oR58 01 - oR59 01 -oR60 01 - oR61 01 -oR62 01 - oR63 01 - oR64 01 - oR65 01 - oR66 01 - oR67 01 - PO1 KAMPA(IANDAVA ROGA) AS UPADRAVA IN MADHUMEHA WsR TO CHOREA AS A PRESENTING SYMPTOM IN DIABETES MELLITUS: CASE STUDY - RAJESHWARI R V, PUJAR MURALIDAR R JOSHI D P, TO EVALUATE THE HYPOGLYCAEMIC ACTION OF AYURVEDIC PLANT MEDICINE RAKESH BRAMHANKAR, ANSHUMAN TRIGUNAYAI KRC REDDY ASSESSMENT OF ATTSTHAULyA (OBEStTy) ON AyURVEDtC pARLANCE AND INTERVENTION BASED ON AYURVEDIC PRINCIPLES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO VILANGADI CHURNA- ROSHNI K.P. MANAGEMENT OF STHOULYA (OBESTTY) By BASTT AND SHAMANA AUSHADH| SANDEEP SINGH, M.A. HULLUR A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LEKHANA BASTI AND MEDOHARYOGA IN THE MANAGMENT OF STHOULYA-SANTOSH BALODE CHANNABAVANNA, M. SRINIVASULU HOW ARE STHAULYA CONTROL & PREVENTION-A CLINICAL STUDY - VISHAL AGRAWAL, SANTOSH KUMAR, SEEMA SACHAN TO ASSESS THE ANTI-HYPERTENSIVE EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF GUGGULADI YOGA IN MILD TO MODERATE HYPERTENSION . SAURABH. PARAUHA, M.A. HULLUR, RAJENDRA. HUPRIKAR A CLINTCAL STUDy ON THE EFFECT OF BOERHAVTA DTFFUSA (pUNARNAVA) tN ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION (UCHA RAKTACHAPA) - SAURABHA NAYAK, DEBA PRASAD DASH, BRAJARAJ DASH, KABI PRASAD MISRA SCIENTIFIC EVALUATION OF ETIOPATHOGENESIS OF PRAMEHA VIS.A.VIS DIABETES: - SHIKHA NAYAK, B, SWAPNA A CLINICAL STUDY ON MANAGEMENT OF STRESS IN TYPE. II DIABETES MELLITUS (MADHUMEHA) W|TH WTTHANtA SOMNTFERA (ASWAGANDHA) - SHOBHA NAYAK, BINOD KUMAR PANDA, SAMBIT DAs ROLE OF "STRESS FACTOR" IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF DIABETES MELLITUS AND ITS TREATMENT WITH MEDHYA RASAYANA-A CLINICAL STUDY. SHWETA DEWAN, PREETI PATIL, NIDHI SHARMA A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF NASYA AND TAKRADHARA IN ARDHAVABHEDAKA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MIGRAINE - SHYAMALA, GAJANANA HEGDE A CLINICAL APPROACH -MANAGEMENT OF MADHUMEHA W.S.R TO DIABETES MALLITUS - SINGH K.P., PRASHANT KUMAR A CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE COMBINED EFFECT OF SHAMANAUSHADHIS IN MADHUMEHA JANYA UPADRAVA W.5.R. DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY - SREELAKSHMI K., D.JAYAPRKASH, B I MATHAPATI ROLE OF LASUNA RASAYANA IN SELECTED LIFE STYLE DISEASES-SREENIKESHAN T R, REMYA V, ASWATHY V, REENU VARGHESE SHUNTI ARKA AS DHUMAPANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF TAMAKA SHWASA W.S.R. TO BRONCHIAL ASTHMA-A CONCEPTUALIZED STUDY - SUSHMA.PUJARI, MAMATHA K.V, KIRAN M GOUD, MANAGEMENT OF HEPATOCELLULAR B VIRUS INDUCED JAUNDICE W.S.R. TO VIRECHANAAND NASYA - VARSHA, PANKAJ.D, SHOBHA. G. HIREMATH EFFICACY OF BALA AND AMALAKI SIDH TAKRADHARA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MADHUMEHA JANYA UPADRAV - VIDHU B. MAHESHWARI A SURVEY STUDY FOR THE EVALUATION OF ROLE OF AMA IN THE PATHOGENESTS OF ANURJATAJANYA (ALLERGtC) D|SEASES - ABHTJEET KUMBHAR, SHREERAM KUMAWAI NISHA GUPTA SAMPRAPTIVIGHAMANA OF PCOS - AMBIKA P NAYAK, NIRANJAN RAO ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC REIINOPATHY - ANU JACOB, ELSY LUKOSE SANTARPANA CHIKITSA IN THE MANAGEMENT AND PREVENTION OF PRAMEHAUPADRAVAS - ARCHANA T.P., PRASHASTHM J, MURALIDHARA AYURVEDIC APPROACH TOWARDS UNDERSTANDING PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE - ASWATHY PRAKASH C., BYRESH A. 01 - PO2 01 - PO3 Book of Abstracts I v
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lntemational Seminat on Ayurveda for Public Health € 01 . PO6 BHESHAJA PRAYOGA IN PRAMEHA W.S.R TO BHAISHAJYA RATNAVALI -A LITERARY REVIEW . BASAVARAJESHWARI, R.R.HIREMATH 01 -PO7 ROLE OF DIET AND LIFESTYLE IN PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF PRAMEHA w.s.R. To TYPE-2 DIABETES MELLITUS(DM) - CHINMAY PHADKE, DEEPAK S.M 01 . PO8 TO STUDY THE EFFICACY OF JATAMANSI PHANTA IN HYPERTENSION . ROHIT BHOGE, DATTATRAYA L,SHINDE 01 - PO9 THE MAN IN ZOO. TAPAN H. GANDHI, RVIKRISHNA S. AITHAL, T. SHRIDHARA ;r ,;;, :flm^t EFF'cAcy oF RA'A GANDHAKA MEzuKU, NANDT MEzuKu, TRtpHALA AND I NtMBADt KWATHA tN pATtENTS WITH GRANTHI VTSARPAM W|TH SPECTAL REFERENCE I TO GENERELIZED PUSTULAR PSORIASIS-A STUDY - HARIHARAN S., GOBINATH N. i 01 . PO11 AN AWARENESS OF OBESITY IN CHILDREN W.S.R.T CORN SUGAR-JASPREET SINGH BRAR 01 - PO12 IMPORTANCE OF AAMALAKI A5 A RASAYANA IN PRAMEHA- JISSY VIJAYAN C K 01 - PO13 AYURVEDIC APPROCH IN PUBLIC HEALTH W.S. R. TO OBESITY JYOTI DEVANGAMATH 5H REEVATSA O1 - PO,t4 PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF HYPOTHYROIDISM - LATHA.K O1 -PO15 ROLE OF ROOKSHANA IN MADHUMEHAAND STHOULYA. MAITRAYKUMAR MANIYAR 01 - PO16 ROLE OF SHIRODHARA IN NEURODEGENERATIVE DISORDER- MLD (METACHROMATIC LEUKODYSTROPHY)- A CASE PRESENTATTON - MADANKAR M. P.., WANKHADE V. H., CHOPKAR S. K. 01 - PO17 THE EFFECT OF VASTI CHIKITSA IN MANAGEMENT OF REFRACTIVE ERRORS . MANEESH NEMA 0,1 - PO18 VASANT KUSUMAKAR RAsA". A BESTANTIDIABETIC DRUG IN MODERN ERA- PATEL MANISH KUMAR, PARHATE S M 01 - PO19 CLINICAL STUDY ON ALLERGIC RHINITIS WITH COMBINATION OF HARIDRA CHOORNA AND PIPPALI CHOORNA IN COW'S MILK - MATHEW. K. SAM, UDAYA SHANKAR, DEENAPRAKASH BHARADWA 01 . PO2O MEDICINALPLANTSUSEDASHYPOGLYCEMICAGENTIN NAGALAND -ACASEREPORT . MUKAMCHEM YIM, HUIDROM ROSYNA O1 - PO21 CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON ETIOPATHOGENESIS OF PRAMEHA . NAGANANDA K, KIRAN KUMAR SS' O1 - POZT ALLERGIC RHINITIS - NAMINDER PAL 01 - PO23 AYURVED PANCHKARMA - A PANACEA FOR CHRONIC DISEASES - NARAYAN JADHAV, SHITAL JADHAV, SHRIKANT GHORBAND 01 . PO24 OBESITY AND AYURVEDA - NITIN JUNEJA O1 - PO25 RESEARCH UPDATES ON PLANTS USED IN HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIC DISORDERS - NIVEDITHA SHETTY O1 . PO26 DECUBITUS ULCER-OBSERVATIONAL CASE REPORT - PADMA BHAI G.K.PRASAD, DEENPRAKASH BHARADWAJ 01 . PO27 LIFE STYLE MANAGEMENT - P.V.MAHESH BABU, K.VENKAT SHIVUDUG.P.RAMREDDY 01 - PO28 THE POTENTIALOF AYURVEDA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF OBESITY AND RELATED DISORDERS - AN EXPLORATION - RAMLATH CB RAHUL R NAIR O1 - PO29 IMPROVEMENT OF LIFESTYSLE IN ATHEROSCLEROTIC PATIENT THROUGH AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT - RASHMI PATEKAR NARESH KHEMANI 01 - PO3O AYURVEDIC APPROACH TO METABOLIC DISEASE W.S.R. TO SYNDROME 'X' SATENDER TANWAR, N.ANJANEYAMOORTHY, KIRAN M GOUD O1 - PO31 LIFE STYLE DISEASES AND AYURVEDA. SAURABH 01 . PO32 MANAGEMENT OF OBESITY.AN AYURVEDIC APPROACH SHAMEERA E, K. N. RAJASH EKHAR O1 . PO33 ,A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON ARDHAVABHEDAKA(MIGRAINE) SHWETA MATA, D. B.VAGHELA, D. B.VAGHELA 01 - PO34 THE ROLE OF STRESS IN DIABETES AND ITS MANAGEMENT - SNIGDHA ROY B PRAKASH I MANGALASSERI i Book of Abstracts I vi
    • :w4i;:i;*iE Global Ayurveda Festival - 201 4 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health 01 01 01 01 01 - 01 - 01 - MEDICATIONS AND LIFESTYLE MODIFICATION IN AYURVEDA IN THE CONTEXT OF DIABETES MTLLETUS (MADHUMEHA) - SONALBHOLA, S N V NEERAJA MANAGEMENT OF LtFESTYLE D|SORDERS UStNG AyURVEDtC TECHNTQUES SPOORTHY SNAIK, NIRANJAN Y UTILITY OF MILK IN MADATYAYA YAKRIT VIKARA WsR ALOCOHOLIC LIVER DISORDER - SRIMAN NARAYANAN 5, SAVITHA H B NARAYANA PRAKASH B A STUDY OF MANDAGNI RELATED WITH OBESITY & METABOLIC DISORDER - SUNITA TEMHUNNA, HARJPAL 1.C., ARORA J.K, JALUKAVACHARAN tN PSORIAS|S (KtTtBH KUSHTA) - UMMED S. RAUT MEDHA JOSHT AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF HYPERTENSION - VIDYOTH ADIABETES, OBESITY, METABOLIC DISEASES AND AYURVEDA - VISHNU VARDHAN, LAXMAN PRASAD, P.MURALI KRISHNA, A.SANKAR BABU OBESITY AND AYURVEDA - YASHWITHA R., SUSHEEL SHETTY, ZENICA D'SOUZA TheMe : PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA 68 - 104 PO35 PO36 PO37 PO38 PO39 PO4o PO41 PO42 02-oR1 02-oR2 02-oR3 02-oR4 02-oR8 02 - oR9 02 - oR'r0 02 - oR 11 02-oR12 02 - oR 13 02-oR14 02 - oR 15 02-oR16 02-oR17 01 r ii OCCURRENCE OF DISEASE IN RELATION TO DOSHIC TIME AND SEASON:A STUDY USING EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORT DATA OF OKAYAMA CITY JAPAN - AKIKO TO KI NOBU A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF ASHVAGANDHADI LEHYA IN MANEGEMENT oF KARSHYA (UNDERWE|cHT) CHTLDREN - pATtL AMRUI PRASANNA N. RAO, SHAILAJA U, REENA KULKARNI. UNDERSTANDING THALASSEMIA IN AYURVEDA _ THE CLASSICALAPPROACH .ANJANA A GOSWAM|, VK KOR|, KS PATEL, RAJAGOPALA 5 HYPOTHYROIDISM : AN EFFECTIVE MEASURES - RUPENDRA CHANDRAKAR, RAJESH 5INGH, ANKITA UPADHYAY, DHANANJAY PATEL RASAYANA IN PUBLIC HEALTH _ SCOPE AND METHODS . ARATHI PS PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA - PAIKRAO ARVIND PRALHADRAO ROLE OF SADVRITTA IN PREVENTION OF ALCOHLLISM A MAJOR PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM - BIRADAR SUREKHA S, AMBAIAH DEVARA PRECISE MODUS VIVENDI: A BOON TO COPE UP W|TH PROFESSTONAL ANXTETY W.S.R TO DINACHARY PALANA. CHANDRA CHUD MISHRA, KASHINATH SAMAGANDI, SARVESH KUMAR AGRAWAL, DURGAVATI DEVI, KAMLESH KUMAR SHARMA DURVA (CYNODON DACTYLON)"-A CHEAPEST HERBAL DRUG TO CURE ANAEMTA - RAJPUT DURGESH SINGH, TRIPATHI R.N, READER, BIBEY SUSHILA, PROFESSER AYURVEDIC APPROACH TO HEART DISEASE IN PUBLIC HEALTH - NAVEEN KUMAR KANDAGATLA, SHARADHA, SHAI LAJA, GOOD PRACTICES OF AYURVEDA INTERVENTIONS - DHATRI LAU HAW. 5. RTO ANAEMIA IN HIGH SCHOOL CHILDREN'5IN PUBLIC HEALTH NILESH N GAWAS, M 5 DODDAMANI. CLINICAL APPLICATION OF SHADVIDHOPKRAMA IN PUBLIC HEALTH - NIRUPAM BHATTACHARYYA, MURALIDHAR P PUJAR RATIONALITY AND ADAPTABILITY OF FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF AYURVEDA IN PERSONAL HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH - P.V.V. PRASAD, P.K.J.P. SUBHAKTHA VISION 2020: ROLE OF AYURVEDA lN PREVENTING BLTNDNESS - BALAKRTSHNAN PRAVEEN, MJ ASHWINI,HK AMARNATH CONCEPT OF VARIOUS CARDIAC DISORDERS IN AYURVEDA - PRIYA BHAI GAJANANA HEGDE ROLE OF TRIPHALA MADHU SARPI IN COMPUTER VISION SYNDROME - A DISEASE OF MODERN CIVILIZATION - RACHNAAGRAWAL, AMITABHAMAPDAR, KASHINATH SAMAGANDI, KAMALESH KUMAR SHARMA ASSESSMENT OF PRAKRITI TO MAINTAIN THE HEALTH CONDITION AND FOR THE PREVENTION OF THE DISEASE BY THE AYURVEDIC REGIMENS - RAPOLU SUNIL BUCHIRAMULU, KISHOR PATWARDHAN, PIYUSH TRIPATHI 02-oR5 02-oR6 02-oR7 Book of Abstracfs I vll
    • Brmriia Aywreda Festival - 201 4 lllnenaflilfiarl Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health **# 02. OR 19 ROLE OF PADAABHYANGAAS PREVENTIVE ASPECT WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO EYEDISORDERS , A CONCEPTUAL STUDY - RASHMI.K, SWATI S DESHPANDE, N ANJENAYA MURTHY, KIRAN.M.GOUD, RASHMI 02 _ OR 20 ROLE OF AGNI IN PUBLIC HEALTH S.RATHNAM HEMA SUNDARI.CH , K.V.5H IVUVDU, G. P. RAMREDDY 02 - ORz 1 CLINICAL EFFICACY OF BALAGUDUCHYADI KASHAYA IN DENGUE FEVER-SHILPASREE, SWATI S. DESHPANDE, KIRAN M. GOUD 02 - oR 22 AROGYAVARDHTNTVATT (AVV) tN PRTMARY HEALTH CARE - JAtN SHRUTT, MOHANTY N,, PARHATESM, 02 _ OR 23 PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF MUKHA VIKARAS WITH INDIGENEOUS DRUGS IN TOBACCO ADDICTED INDIVIDUALS - SUCHITRACHAWAN, SUJA K SREEDHAR , B.A VENKATESH 02 - OR24 STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF PANCHA NIMBA CHURNA AND THE QWATHA OF INDEGENOUS DRUGS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MADYAPANAJANYA YAKRIT VIKARA WITH SPECIAL REFFERENCE TO ALCOHOLIC LIVER DISEASE - SUPRIYA S, GAJANANA HEGDE 02 - OR 25 CRITICALANALYSIS OFAYURVEDIC DENTISTRY - SYAM CHANDRAN.C, DEERAJ B.C 02 - oR 26 ROLE OF SATVAVAJAYA CHTKTTSA(PSYCHO THERAPY) AND GUDUCHYADIYOGA(MEDICINAL PREPARTION) IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MADATYAYAJA YAKRTT VTKARA (ALCOHOLTC LTVER D|SORDER). - UNNTKRTSHNAN p M, NIRANJANA HEGDEM, SAVITHA H R NARAYANA PRAKASH B 02 - OR27 THE PRECEDENCE OF AYURVEDA IN PUBLIC HEALTH - VINEETH GEORGE 02, OR 28 AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE OF H1N1 INFLUENZA AND IT5 MANAGEMENT WITH RASOUSHADHIS - VISHVANATH, SUREKHA.S.MEDIKERI, M.S.DODDAMANI 02 - OR 29 JANAPADODHARMSA-A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY ON CHICKEN GUNIYA- R. YAMINI DIWAKAR, 02 - PO 1 PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA. ANIL KUMAR, S.DATTHATREYA RAO 02 - PO 2 DRAVYAS AND KALPAS USED IN DANTA AND DANTAMULAGATA ROGAS - CHETHANA .G.S, SUJA K SREEDHAR 02 - PO 3 AYURVEDA IN CURRENT INFECTIOUS DISEASE SCENARIO - ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN DENGUE FEVER - DELNA PAVITHRAM, KRISHNAKUMAR 02 - PO 4 PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA - DIVAKAR S. PANTWALAVALKAR 02 - PO 5 IMPORTANCE OF BRAMHIMUHURT FOR PUBLIC HEALTH HIREMATH SAPANA VIDYADHAR 02 - PO 6 PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA- JAYALAXMI M.NAGUR 02 - PO 7 PREVENTION OF BLINDNESS CAUSED BY VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY - AN AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE - JYOTI, B N RAMESH 02 - PO 8 IMPIDENCE IN APPLICATION OF RUTUCHARYAAN AMICABLE SOLUTION FORCONKAN BELT. - LASITHA SANAL; PAMPANNA GOUDA H; SREEKANTH P.H., LASITHASANAL 02 - PO 9 THE GLOBALIZATION OF AYURVEDA - LEENA THOMAS, S.G.PRASANNA AITHAL 02 - PO 1O MANAGING POST-PARALYTIC CONDITION THROUGH ABHYANGA - A REHABILITATION - MANIKRAO KULKARNI, DEEPALI SHEREKER 02 - PO 11 IMPORTANCE OFAJASRIKA RASAYANA IN PUBLIC HEALTH -MEERA.R.NAIR, POOJA RAN I 02 - PO 12 ROLE OF PANCHAKARMA AND RASAYANA IN PUBLIC HEALTH - MOHAMED LULU T.S., KURISIL MUTHU 02 - PO,I3 UTILITY OF ASHTAVIDHASHASTRA KARMA IN PRESENT ERA IN RELATION WITH PUBLIC HEALTH . MOHANKRISHNA G, AVANISH PATHAK, P HEMANTH KUMAR 02 - PO 14 DON'T GET FAI GET FIT THROUGH AYURVEDA - BARAPATRE P.S., WANKHADE V. H. 02 - PO 15 ACLINICALSTUDYON NIDRANASHAWS.RTO NIDRANASHA. PRIYABHAI GAJANANA , HEGDE 02 . PO 16 A CLINICAL STUDY ON NIDRANASHA W.S. R TO NIDRANASHA - PRIYA BHAI GAJANANA HEGDE 02 - PO 17 ABHYANG _WAY TO HEALTH - PRIYANKA SHARMA JR2 02 , PO 18 PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA - RADHIKA PACHOURI, R. VIDYANATH Book of Abstracts I viii
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on for Public Health DIVERSE FEATURE OF RASAYANA AN AYURVEDIC TOOL FOR PUBLIC HEALTH RAJASHEKAR, V A CHATE, SHREEVATSA ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN PUBLIC HEALTH - A CONCEPTUAL STUDY - RAJESH .K, ABDUL KHADER, MURALIDHAR PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA. RAJIMUNISA BEGUM 5K., N.SATYA PRASAD, RAMALINGESWARA RAO PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA RAVIKUMAR.K.M GIRISH K. J. LAKSHMIPRASAD. L. JADAV RELEVANCE OF SWARNA PRASHANA IN PUBLIC HEALTH RINTOBABIN.B.S, BHANU. H. C, CONCEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN AYURVEDA - RITU RAINA PUBLIC HEALTH IN AYURVRDA - SABILA .B ANJANA V.D SLEEP PROBLEMS - AN AYURVEDIC APPROACH SANDEEP KRISHNA, 5.G. PRASANNA.AITHAL IMPORTANCE OF GOKSHEERAAS A RASAYANA IN PUBLIC HEALTH - SAPTA SATHYAN, ZENICA D'sOUZA A FOLKLORE PRACTICE OF DATTURA IN ALCOHOLISM . SARASWATHI, NIRANJANA ACHARYA, AMIT L.TAMADADDI RASAYANA IN DAY-TO.DAY PRACTICE - SUDEESH SHETTY, SHAILAJA KUMARI.R, S. K. H UGAR VASANTHA RUTU (SPRING) CHARYA - SUJNANA V.S., SHREEVATHSA RASAYANA IN PUBLICHEALTH AS PREVENTIVE APPROACH A CONCEPTUAL STUDY - P.SUMANTH, SHANKAR S, SHAILAJA, ANJANEYA MOORTHY, KIRAN M GOUD PANCHAKARMA THERAPY FOR PUBLIC HEALTHCARE AND ITS MAINSTREAMING - UMESH CHOUDHARY & V. K. SRIVASTAVA PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA-USHARANI.S.SANU,J'R.JOSHI CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF CHIKUNGUNYA - VIPIN NATH T.V, 5.G. PRASANNA AITHAL Theme : MENTAL HEALTH AND AYURVEDA 105 - 122 .:.!. ::: .J.1 w 02-PO19 02-PO20 02-PO21 02-PO22 02-PO23 02-PO24 02-PO25 02-PO26 02-PO27 02-PO28 02-PO29 02-PO30 02-PO31 02-PO32 02-PO33 02, PO 34 03- oR 1 03- oR 2 03-oR 3 03- oR 4 03- oR 5 03- oR 6 03- oR 7 03- oR 8 03- PO 1 03- PO 2 03- PO 3 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BRAHMI GHRITA AND CAPSULE MEDHYN AS MEDHYA RASAYANA ON JARAJANYA SMRITIHRASA/ SENILE DEMENTIA - DILEEPKUMAR K J, SHREEVATHSA EFFECT OF KUSHMANDA GHRITHA IN APASMARA - MUNIRAJU.K.N, G.UNNI ' SU HAs. K. SHETTY, NARAYANAPRAKASH A STUDY OF NIDRA RELATED WITH MENTAL HEALTH - MARKAM NIDHI , KATARIA D.K., RATRE GUNVANT, THE ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN ATTENTION AND BEHAVIOURAL DISORDER: ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD) OF CHILDREN - SHELKE VILAS MUKUNDA, MORE SANTOSH, R.S.KHATRI EFFECT OF MEDHYA RASAYANA ON TEST ANXIETY IN EXAM FACING STUDENTS - SHIVAPPA, REKHA , SHREEVATHSA MEASURING MANASIKA PRAKRTI OF THE CHILDREN A PILOT STUDY - SUCHITRA, HR, NAGENDRA ROLE OF AYURVED IN MENTAL HEALTH - UJWALA VAMANRAO PAWAR, DILIP K. PURI , SUBHASH R. SALEY A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF BRAHMYADI YOGA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SMRITI NASHA - NARAYANA PRAKASH B JAYAKRISHNAN. VINAY SHANKAR M ROLE OFAYURVEDA IN SUCCESSFULAGEING WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DEMENTIA - AVINASH B JADHAV M.C.SHOBHANA PSYCHOTHERAPY IN AYURVEDA - BENOY N J, C V JAYADEVAN MAMSYADI KWATHAAS LEARNING ENHANCER; AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY - BHARATHI B HIREMATH, SHREEVATHSA Book of Abstracts I ix
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 201 4 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health 03. PO 4 MENTAL HEALTH AND AYURVEDA - JAGADEESH. D 03- PO 5 MENTAL HEALTH AND AYURVEDA . JIBY PAUL T.P. 03-PO 6 LIMBIC SYSTEM AND MENTAL HEALTH - JISHA R JOHN, POOJA RANI 03- PO 7 MENTAL HEALTH AND AYURVEDA - MEENAKSHI MALIK, .K.VENKAT SHIVUDU, G.P.RAM REDDY. 03- PO 8 AACHARA RASAYANA : A PROMOTIVE MEASURE AS A REMEDY FOR PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDERS - RABI PRATAP 5INGH, B.K. DWIBEDY 03. PO 9 EFFECT OF TAKRADHARA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MANASA VIKARA W.S.R. TO ADHD - RAJA VISWATEJ V., RAMANJANEYULU, N.KRISHNAIAH 03- PO 1O ROLE OF MANASIK BHAVA IN ETIOPATHOGENESIS OF VARIOUS DISEASES- SHARMA RtcHA' SHARMA RAMAKANT (CHULET) 03- PO 11 FACTORS AFFECTING MENTAL HEALTH AND THEIR EVALUATION ACCORDING TO AYURVEDA - RITESH D. DAMLE, RENUKA GAYAL 03- PO 12 MENTAL HEALTH & AYURVEDA - SALMA V, VIDYANATH 03. PO 13 MENTAL HEALTH AND AYURVEDA - SANDEEP R DEsAI, J.R.JOSHI 03- PO 14 MENTAL HEALTH AND AyURVEDA - SHtLpA.K, ANtL.RAt, ZENtCA.D'SOUZA 03. PO 1 5 PSYCHOSOMATIC DISEASES IN AYURVEDA - SHREERAM KUMAWAT SHANKAR BURDAK .ABHIJEET KUMAR, NISHA GUPTA 03- PO 16 PSYCHOLOGICAL DISEASES ASSOCIATED WITH PERIMENOPAUSE - SHYLAJA C.K., M. JITHESH 03- Po 17 MENTAL HEALTH: CARE THRoucH AYURVEDA - SOMANATH. s, pRASANNA KULKARNI, PRABHU C. NAGALAPU 03- PO 18 EFFECT OF GHRTA AS MEDHYA RASAYANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MENTAL DISORDERS . SUSHMA P., CH.SADANANDAM 03- PO 19 IMPORTANCE OF NIDRA IN MENTAL HEALTH -VEENA KUMARI K, SHALINI C.ELI Theme : MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES 105 . 122 04 . OR 1 IMPACT OF SUBSTITUION IN HERBAL MARKET . ABDUL RAHMAN, HARINI A, 04 - OR 2 MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES - AWANT{KA JAISWAL, . MRIDUL RANAJAN, H. 5. MISHRA, K.N, YADAV 04 - OR 3 SCARCITY OF GENUINE RAW HERBS, THEIR SUBSTITUTION AND ADULTERATION - A BURNING ISSUE IN THE FIELD OF AYURVEDA. - GOPALAKRISHNAN VALIYAVEETTIL, 04 _ OR 4 UTILITY OF MICROPROPAGATION TECHNIQUES IN GENERATING SUBSTITUTE FOR RED.LISTEDMEDICINAL PLANTS - HEERA M.S 04. OR 5 PROPER PROCEDURES TO PROCURE OPTIMAL CONCENTRATIONS OF PRODUCTS OF GUDUCHI - HIMANGSHU BARUAH, SHILPA G. PATIL, ANAND K. CHAUDHARY 04 - OR 6 MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES - JINDAL MAHESH, KAUR GAGANDEEB SAROCH VIKAS 04 - OR 7 MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES ISSUES WITH RAW DRUGS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE OF ISM - MAHESH 04 - OR 8 MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES - NEELAM K.N. DWIVEDI 04 - OR 9 AN OVERVIEW OF ADULTERATION AND SUBSTITUTION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS SONALI GANDHI, ASHOK RAMTEKE 04 - OR 1O A CRITICAT STUDY ON ADULTERATION AND SUBSTITUTION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON MARKET SOURCES OF KERALA. . VARGHESE THOMAS, . KAVITHA B.M, RAJASEKHAR 04 - PO 1 , A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY ON SUBSTITUTION & ADULTERATION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS - ALKA KUSHWAHA, S.B.BANI 04 - PO 2 LIGHT ON PHARMACOGNOSY OF ASTHI SHRINKALA A USEFUL DRUG IN AYURVEDA . CHITHAJALLU BHASKAR RAO EookofAbsfracfs I x ,r"j.,i:; ;H%'
    • ,'.{Fi q41 "i; i14 Gl ob al Ayu rved a Festival' 20 1 4 lnternational Seninar on Ayurveda for Public Health 04-PO3 04-PO4 04-PO5 Theme: 05-oR1 05-oR2 05-oR3 05-oR4 05-oR5 05-oR6 05-oR7 05-oR8 05-oR9 05-oR10 05 - oR 11 05-oR12 05-oR13 05-oR14 05 - oR '15 05-POl 05-PO2 0s-Po3 05-PO4 05-PO5 05-PO6 05-PO7 05-PO8 05-PO9 05-PO10 05 - PO 11 05-PO12 05, PO 13 NAGAPUSHPA- A SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES'- DEEPTHI V.J, PRAKASH L.HEGDE ATIVISA (ACONITUM HETREOPHYLLUM)-WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES - RINI SAM SUSAN, PRAKASH L.HEGDE CONCEPT OF ADULTERATION AND SUBSTITUTION ACCORDING TP ANCIENT AND CURRENTTRENDS - SWAPNILA. RAVERKAR, MEENAL D. LAD, SWAPNIL, A. RAVERKAR NUTRITION AND DIETETICS IN AYURVEDA 134 - 151 ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN DIET OF VRANITA (WOUNDED PATIENTS) W.S.R TO BRIHATTRAYI .AISHWARY P. SUPEKAR EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF DISCIPLINED REGULAR DIET ON DISEASES OF PUREESHVAHA SROTAS - AMOL BAPURAO JADHAV ROYANA sINGH, K N SINGH A REVIEW ON DIETETICS IN AYURVEDA - V.R.CHAKRAVARTHY.NATHAMUNI, CH. RAVIKUMAR BALANCED DIETACCORDING TO AYURVEDA- KUMAR HEMANI KISHORE DUSHYANI KOTECHA MITA, NATHANI SUMIT AMRUTHAM NUTRIMIX- A PRODUCT OF KUDUMBASHREE - AN OVER ALL ASSESSMENT - RIJI HARI, REJADHEESH M, IRFAN P K, LUBNA, SUMEELA K M THE CONCEPT OF VIRUDDHAAHARA IN AYURVEDA SHASTRA - KAVERI C. HIREMATH DIETARY CODE DESCRIBED IN DIFFERENT PHASES OF WOMEN - MANJUNATHA. D V. N. K. USHA PRODUCT DIVERSIFICATION IN BILIMBI, AN UNDEREXPLOITED FRUIT OF KERALA - RIJI HARI, IRFAN P K, NASLA B REJADHEESH M, SUMEELA K M IMPORTANCE OF SPICES IN DAY TO DAY LIFE - S N V NEERAJA D, YASMIN, M.PARAMKUSHA RAO, B.SITARAM DIETARY MANAGEMENT OF HYPERTENSION - RATH SUDIPT, KOTECHA TAIT NUTRITION AND DIETICS IN AYURVEDA-SANDHYARANI .B .5, J R JOSHI CONCEPT OF AGNI AND AMA W.R.S. TO GUT FLORA AND LEAKY GUT SYNDROME - SARITA (MISHRA) TIWARY RUDRA PRATAP TIWARY ROLE OFAAHAR & VIHARA IN OBESITY. SHACHI P.DESAI, RENUKA R. GAYAL, AYURVEDIC REVIEW OF DIET AND DIETETICS IN THE PREVENTION AND PROMOTION OF HEALTHY LIFE - SHITAL O. CHAVAN, YESHWANT R. PATIL MEDICINAL PLANTS A5 FOOD.AN AYURVEDIC PREVENTIVE HEALTHCARE - YOGESH H. DEsAI, RAVIKRISHNA, T NUTRACEUTICS IN AYURVEDA - ABHILASH.S, DR.KRISHNAMURTHY.M.S WOUND HEALING AND NUTRITION - ANIIA PATEL, ROSHNI K.P. ROLE OF FOOD IN HEALTH & DISEASE - ANUSHA CHAGANTI, VIDYANATH R NUTRITION AND DIETICS IN AYURVEDA - ASHWINI MARATHE PATHYA.APATHYA IN STHOULYA -A CONCEPTUAL STUDY - NAGARAJI, 'SHOBHA G. H IREMATH NUTRITION & DIETETICS IN AYURVEDA - POWN KUMA, PRABHU.C.N LIFESTYLE MODIFICATION IN MANAGEMENT OF FISSURE IN ANO (PARIKARTIKA) PRASHANT P. PIMPALKAR, A. M. LAKHAPATI, S.Y. RAUI ANCARE FOR PREVENTION OF I.U.G.R THROUGH AYURVEDA. PRATEEKSHA RATHEAD, YASMEEN G KHAN, MANOJ V GAIKWAD EVERYTHING l5 GUT; BUT ? - SANAL KRISHNAN M IMPORTANCE OF PATHYAPATHYA IN DAY TODAY LIFE - SATEESHKUMAR N DIETETICS IN AYURVEDA W.S.R TO DINACHARYA. SAYEED AHAMED FOOD IMPORTANT SUB PILLAR OF LIFE -A REVIEW . SHITAL O. CHAVAN, YESHWANT R. PATIL NUTRITION IN AYURVEDA - SWAPNA, MS.DODDAMANI Book of Abstracts I xi
    • Glaoai Ayurueda Festival - 201 4 lirte"natronal Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health .,]i : '€i#' r!,;,i:!..:q Theme : REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND INFERTILITY ^ ANAGEMENT 152 - 179 05 - OR 1 COMPARATIVE STUDY OF NASYA AND UTTARA VASTI WITH SHATAPUSHPA TAILA AND ORAL USE OF SHATAVARI GHRITA ON STREE VANDHYATWA-MAGANTI ANURADHA 06 OR 2 A STUDY ON NIRUHA BASTI A5 SHODHANA BEFORE UTTARA BASTI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KSHEENA RETAS -ASHWINI KADLEWAD SANJEEV KADLEWAD M. SRINIVASALU 06. OR 3 A CLINICAL STUDY OF SHATAVARI TAILA MATRA BASTI IN NASTA BEEJA IANOVULAT|ONI" - BHANUMATT V.MELMAR|, PREETI AGRAHARKAR 06. OR 4 ROLE OF RASA KALPAS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MALE INFERTILITY W.S.R OLIGOZOOSPERMIA . DEEPTHI.M, SUREKHA S MEDIKERI, M.S.DODDAMANI. 06 oR 5 CLtNTCAL MANAGEMENT OF KSHEENA SHUKRA (OLIGOSPERMTA) W.S. R. TO ASHWAGANDHADI CHOORNAAND SHATAVARYADI CHOORNA - A COMPARATIVE STUDY - DHARMENDRA.MISHRA, SURESH.V, M.A.HULLUR 06 _ OR 6 IMPROVEMENT IN SEMEN QUALITY BY SUVARNA BHASMA IN NORMOZOOSPERMIA: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED STUDY - GAURAV VAIsH, PAWANKUMAR GODATWAR 06 . OR 7 UTERINE VASCULARISATION WITH PRIMARY DYSMENORRHEA WSR TO KHAVAIGUNYA . H.L.M.G.SAJEEWAN, A.S.AJMEER, TEJALPATALIYA, L.P.DEI 06 _ OR 8 A CLINICAL STUDY OF MANJISTHA CHURNA AND CHATURBHUJ CHURNA IN TREATMENT OF KASHTARTAVA (DYSMENORRHEA) - KAVITA A. KHOND 06 - OR 9 ASSESSMENT OF BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF COt 4IIELINABENGHALENS/S L. AND C/55Us QUADRANGUTARls L. ON QUTNALPHOS TNDUCED OXTDATtVE STRESS tN MALE REpRODUCTTVE sYsTEM - P. KOK|LAVANt, U. SUR|YAKALAA, p. ELUMALA|, B. ABIRAMI, A. SANKARGANESH, AND S. ACHIRAMAN 06 _ OR 1O CLINICAL UNDERSTANDING OF POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME. AN AYURVEDIC APPROACH. - MRUDULA M. 06 - OR 11 A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY ON SHATAPUSHPA AND MISHREYA ON ABTEEJOTSARGA (ANOVULATTON) - PRASHANT R. SHINDE KRUPA R. DONGA SHTLPA B. DONGA 06 - OR 12 CONCEPTUALUNDERSTANDINGOFSHUKRADUSHTIW.S.RTOSEMINALPARAMETERS - PUNEETH KUMAR B ABDULKHADER, MURALIDHARA 06 - OR,13 A CRITICAL STUDY ON AETIOPATHOGENESIS OF SHUKRAKSHAYA - RAMARAJU B. PRANESH R KULKARNI, M RAMESH 06 - OR,14 ROLE OF KSHEERAKASHAYA OF SELECTED DRUGS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF FIRST TRIMESTER OF PREGNANCY - REMYA V., ASWATHY V., REENU VARGHESE, SREENIKESHAN T. R., SARA MONSY OOMMEN, P. Y. ANSARY 06 - OR 15 EFFECT OF KATPHALADI KSHIRAPAKA UTTER BASTI (INTRA-VESICAL ADMTNTSTRAT|ON) tN THE MANAGEMENT OF KAPHAJA RETO (SHUKRA) DUSHTT W.S.R. TO AUTO-AGGLUTINATION OF SPERMS, HYPER VISCOSITY OF SEMEN AND DELAYED LIQUEFACTION TIME . SANTOSHKUMAR BHATTED 06 - OR 16 ASHWAGANDHA GRITHA MATRABASTI IN OLIGOSPERMIA - SHASHIDHARA. R, SURESH N . HAKKAN DI 06 - OR 17 AYURVEDIC TRATMENT OF VANDHYATVA (FEMALE INFERTILITY)W.S.R.TO ON ANOVULATORY FACTOR BY MATRABASTI WITH NARAYANATAILA - SHILPA B. DONGA, KRUPA R. DONGA, LAXMI PRIYA DEI 06- OR ,18 SCREENED HERBALCONTRACEPTIVES - SINDHURAVLSANAGAVARAPU, SULOCHANA. A, CH. RAVINDER 06 - OR 19 ROLE OF KALPITASRIGDARHAR YOGAAND RAJSWALA-CHARYA IN THE MANAGEMENT ,OF ASRIGDARA . SNEHAL KAMBLE, HETAL DAVE 06 - OR 20 ETHNO BOTANY BASED THERAPY FOR A MAJOR INFERTILITY DISORDER IN WOMEN (PCOS): POTENTIAL ROLE OF FICUS RELIGIOSA (L - U. SURIYAKALAA, R. RAMACHANDRAN, A. SANKARGANESH, D. SANKARGANESH, S. KAMALAKKANNAN, , S. ACHIRAMAN Book of Abstracls I xll ^.
    • ; ! t; s#rr::::/:!J. Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health 06 - OR 2,I EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF 'MANIKYA BHASMA' IN 'SPERMATOGENISIS'- TARUN SHARMA AND P.H.C. MURTHY 06 - OR 22 DONT'S IN PREGNANCY-AN AYURVEDIC VIEW - VIDYA RANI.S, A.SULOCHANA, CH. RAVINDER 06 - OR23 EFFICACY OF UTTARABASTI WITH ASHWAGANDHATAILA IN KSHEENASHUKRA W.S.R. TO OLIGOSPERMIA . VIMAL KUMAR BARETH , S.N.BELAVADI 06 - PO ,1 ROLE OF YOGA AND MEDITATION EXCERSISES IN PRASOOTHI TANTRA AND STRI- ROGA - AKANKSHA CHANDEL, GAYATHRI BHAT 06 - PO 2 A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON REPRUDUCTIVE HEALTH AND IT'5 APPLICATION IN IMPROVEMENT OF STREE VANDHYATVA- PATIL ISHWARI VISHWANATH 06 - PO 3 MANAGEMENT OF POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN DISEASE IN AYURVEDA - KALYANI P . NISHANE, HEENA SHEIKH PRADEEP KINAGE. 06 - PO 4 A CRITICALANALYSIS ON ETIOLOGY OF VANDHYATWAWSR TO MALE INFERTILITY - KASSIM P A, NISHA KUMARI 06 - PO5 REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND INFERTILITY MANAGEMENT - KAVYA S'R. 06 - PO 6 ROLE OF FAMILY PLANING IN PUBLIC HEALTH . KURISIL MUTHU, MOHAMED LULU T.S 06 - PO 7 ROLE OF VEGASAS PUBLIC HEALTH INTERVENTIONS IN SEXUALAND REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH OF FEMALE. . LALITHA H.V.,BHAT GAYATHRI N. V 06 - PO 8 A CRITICAL STUDY ON THE ETIOPATHOGENESIS OF SHUKRA DUSHTI W.S.R. TO MALE INFERTILITY - NIDHIN, NAGARAJ.S, NIDHIN.V 06 - PO 9 THE PHYSIOLOGICAL STUDY OF REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH AND INFERTILITY MANAGEMENT-NITESH K. KAMBLE, P. B. THAKRE, B.H.SHYAMKUWAR 06 _ PO 1O MANAGEMENT OF SHUKRA KSHAYA W.S.R TO OLIGO SPERMIAAND MANAGEMENT WITH BALADI YAPANA BASTI AND VAJIKARANA YOGA - RAGHAVENDRA SHETTAR, RAVI N DRAKUMAR ARAHU NA5 I 06 - po 11 RAJON|VR|TT| (MENOPAUSE)-AYURVED|C ASPECT & rTS MANAGEMENT - REKHA B. JADHAO, SUNIL G. TOPARE 06. PO 12 CONCEPT OF BEEJA DUSHTI IN FEMALE INFERTILITY - SARANG Y., JADHAV, PADMASARITHA K, SUNITASIDDESH 06 - PO 13 IMPORTANCE OF GRITHAAND SHASTIKA SHALI IN GARBHINI PARICHARYA- SATISH.J, SRIDEVI.M, 5HRUTHI.B.V, 06 - PO 14 SCREENED HERBAL CONTRACEPTIVES - SINDHURAVL SANAGAVARAPU, SULOCHANA. A, CH.RAVINDER 06 - PO 15 SCIENTIFIC UNDERSTANDING OF THE CONCEPT OF SHUKRA DHATHU FOR PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF MALE INFERTILITY. - SREEJITH.V, PRATHIBHA KULKARNI, SHIVAPRASAD CHI PLUNKAR 06 - PO 16 REPRODUTIVE HEALTH AND INFERTILITY MANAGEMENT . SREELEKSHMI .G, PRATIBHA KULKARNI 06 - PO 17 A HOLISTIC APPROACH IN COMBATING INFERTILITY W.S.R. PCOS - C SWATH, SUCHETHA KUMARI M 06 - PO 18 ROLE OF PANCHAKARMA IN FEMALE REPRODUCTIVE HEALTH- U5HA.C, SHALINI .c. ELt. 06 - PO 1 9 A CASE STUDY OF ANOVULATION AND TUBAL BLOC - VIDYA RANI.5, A.SULOCHANA, CH. RAVI NDERA Theme : LITERARY RESEARCH lN AYURVEDA 180 -190 7 - OR 1 IMPLEMENTING A CARE STRATEGY FROM THE CLASSICS OF AYURVEDA FOR THE DIABETIC FOOT TO PREVENT AMPUTATIONS AHAMEDSHAHAN AJMEER, DUDHAMALTUKARAMSAMBHAJI, SANJAY KUMAR GUPTA 07 - OR 2 CONTRIBUTION OF AGRICULIURAL CROPS IN SRI LANKAN AYURAVEDA CONTEXT: A LITERARY STUDY - T. A. N. R. GUNARATNA, L. M. D, D. K. SAMARATUNGA' JANITHA A. LIYANAGE 07 - OR 3 CRITICAL EVALUATION ON MARMAGHATA WSR TO BURSITIS - HARI KRISHNAN 5. DEENAPRAKASH BHARADWAJ, HARIPRASAD SHETTY Book of Abstracfs I xlll
    • Global Ayurueda Festival - 2014 Intemational Seninar on Ayurveda for Public Health 07 _ OR 4 A CRITICAL REVIEW ON PRAYOGA SAMUCHAYAM - ITTOOP J ANCHERIL, CHAITHRA GURURAJ, SHARANESH T 07 - OR 5 CRITICALANALYSIS OF VYADHIVARGIKARAN OF CARAK, SUSHRUTAAND VAGBHATTA (LtTERARY RESEARCH) - JEUTT RANt DAS 07 - oR 6 IMPORTANCE OF VARTOUS NYAYAS (MAXIMS) tN THE STUDY OF AyURVEDtyA TEXTS W.S.R. TO GOBALIVARDANYAYA . KAUSTUBH K. PURKAR, VINEETA V. DESHMUKH 07 - OR 7 LITERARY REVIEW ON VANGA - NAYANA, DR.SHANKAR GOUDA, M.5 DODDAMANI 07 - OR 8 A SCIENTIFIC EVALUATION OF DHOOPANA W.5.R. TO ARISHTA DHOOPA V. RAJAVISWATEJ, N. KRISHNAIAH 07 - PO 1 FROM TRADITIONALAYURVEDIC MEDICINE TO MODERN MEDICINE :IDENTIFICATION OF THERAPEUTIC TARGET FOR SUPRESSION OF INFLAMMATION AND CANCER:REVIEW AMIT KUMAR 5INGH, PRAGYA MISHRA 07 - PO 2 UNDERSTANDING LITERARY RESEARCH IN AYURVEDA, . BIKASH TRIPATHY 07. PO 3 VYAVACHEDAKA NIDANA OF SWASAKRICCHRUTHA - DIVYA KS, MURALIDHARA, BYRESH A. 07 . PO 4 GRAHABADHA - NEW UNDERSTANDING FOR THE CAUSATION OF DISEASE - HARISH DESHPANDE, T.B.TRIPATHY, SHIVAKUMAR 07 - PO 5 CONCEPT OF ANTHROPOMETRY IN AYURVEDA . PUJA GUPTA, H.C.GUPTA, VIKASH BHATNAGAR 07 - PO 6 LITERARY RESEARCH IN AYURVEDA - SHANTHALA.S.S, S.B.KOTUR 07 - PO 7 AN INSIGHT TO THE CHATHURVIMSATHI VISHOPAKRAMAS OF CHARAKA - SHASHIBINDU, SHRINIDHI, U. N.PRASAD 07 - PO 8 APHRODIASIC DRUGS OF BHAVAPRAKSHA NIGHANTU - A LITERARY REVIEW . SONALI M. PHULSAGAR, RAVICHANDRA, SHALINI BHAGWAT 07 - PO 9 PRANA PRAN BHRITAMANNAM - SURYA PRAKASH VERMA Theme : MEDICAL APPLICATIONS OF YOGA 191 - 196 08- OR 1 EFFECTS OF SURYA NAMASKAR ON ANTHROPOMETRIC INDICES OF STHAULYA - ANKUR RANA , T.C.THAKUR, RAJIKA GUPTA 08. OR 2 SUDARSHAN KRIYA YOGA: BREATHING FOR HEALTH - SAMEER ZOPE,RAKESH ZOPE, RAKESHZOPE,SRIKANTH P, T.SHRIDHARA BAIRY 08. OR 3 CLINCAL EVALUTION OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINE AND PRANAYAMA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CHILDHOOD ASTHMA (TAMAKA SHWASA) - VTSHVENDER StNGH, AMAN SHARMA 08 - PO 1 RELEVANCE OF YOGA ON MANIPURA CHAKRA - ALKA, H. H. AWASTHI 08 - PO 2 ROLE OF YOGA IN PREVENTION OF VIOLENCE - DINESH KUMAR MAURYA, K.N SINGH 08 - PO 3 THE ROLE AND RELEVANCE OF PRANAYAMA IN REHABILITATION PROCEDURE CONNECTED WITH AYURVEDIC THERAPEUTICS - JIDESH C, 08 - PO 4 APPLICATION OF ASTANGA YOGA IN PRESENT ERA IN VIEW OF SOCIAL HEALTH - KAMATH NAGARAJ, KULKARNI PRATIBHA, CHIPLUNKAR SHIVPRASAD Theme : CARDIAC DISEASES AND AYURVEDA 197 -208 09 - OR 1 MANAGEMENT OF CARDIAC DISORDERS IN AYURVEDA. - ASWIN.I.R RAM MOHAN RAO 09 - OR 1 AYURVEDIC REMEDY FOR HEART DISEASES - KANCHAN CHOWDHURY, NILANJAN DATTA 09. OR,I DRUGS OF PARSHUKADI GANA FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE - MEENA MANJU., JAISWAL MOHAN LAL , RAMA MURTHY A., &ook of Abstracfs I xiv €
    • ffi Glob al Ayu rved a Festival' 20 1 4 lntemational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health 09 - OR 1 SIGNIFICANCE OF GRITHA IN HRIDAYAVARANA CHIKITSA- SATHISHA M S , NIRANJANA ACHARYA, AMIT TAMADADDI, 09 - PO 1 AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF HRIDROGA W.S.R. RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE- A CASE STUDY . UMESH 5 HOLENNAVAR, RAJASHEKHAR V SANAPETI 09 - PO 2 AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF HRIDROGA W.S.R. RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE- A CASE STUDY - UMESH S HOLENNAVAR, RAJASHEKHAR V SANAPETI 09 - PO 3 HRIDROGA IN RELATION WITH ISCHAEMIC HEART DISEASE - UMMESALMA MULLA, B.V. PRASANNA 09 - PO 4 CARDIOVASCULAR DISORDERS IN THE MIRROR OF AYURVEDA . HJYU ANUPAMA BATHE 09 - PO 5 HRIDROGA AND CARDIAC DISEASES . DATTATRAYA L.SHINDE, B.B. KADLASKAR, NEETA DESHPANDE 09 - PO 6 XCHRIDROGAAND CARDIAC DISEASES - DATTATRAYA L.SHINDE, B.B. KADLASKAR, NEETA DESHPANDE 09 - PO 7 CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES AND AYURVEDA. SOURABHA.S.KOKATNUR, J.R.JOSHI 09 - PO 8 CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES ANDAYURVEDA - SRIDHAR REDDY, SHREEVATHSA, ANAND KATTI 09 _ PO 9 AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF HRIDROGA W.5.R. RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASE- A CASE STUDY - UMESH S HOLENNAVAR, RAJASHEKHAR V SANAPETI 09. PO 1O HRIDROGA IN RELATION WITH ISCHAEMIC HEART DISEASE - UMMESALMA MULLA . B.V. PRASANNA Theme: COSMETOLOGY INAYURVEDA 209 - 235 10 - OR 1 COSMETOLOGY IN AYURVED . ANU P K, BASAVARAJ Y. GANTI 1O - OR 2 APPLICATION OF VAIKRITAPAHA CHIKITSA IN COSMETOLOGY . ARUNBABU.P.S, SHAILAJA, N.ANJANEYAMOORTHY , KIRAN M GOUD 1O - OR 3 AYURVEDICAPPROACH TO HIRSUTISM-APILOTSTUDY. P G SCHOLAR, S-SENIOR LECTURER, PG KAYA CHIKITSA ,IO - OR 4 CHALLENGES IN INCORPORATING HERBALINGREDIENTS IN COSMETICS. CHANDRIKA MAHENDRA, DEELEEP ROUI KRISHAN MANRAL, RAMANATHAN M 1O - OR 5 ETHNO MEDICINAL SHAMPOO AND OILS PRACTICED BY THE LOCAL PEOPLE FOR THE HEALTHY HAIR IN THE WESTERN GHATS REGION OF DAKSHINA KANNADA DISTRICT- KARNATAKA, - DEVIPRASAD. K.N 10 - OR 6 STUDY ON HYPERPIGMENTATION - DHARANI. K 1O - OR 7 CLINICAL STUDY OF THE EFFICACY OF THREE AYURVEDA MODALITIES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF STDHMAKUSHTA (pSORrAStS) ON UPPER L|MB5. -JAYAKODY J. A .D .P .P.' SENAVIRATNE K.N .'AKARAWITA J .K .W 1O - OR 8 PRISTINE PRINCIPLES & PRETTY LOOKS - K.J.KARTHIKA, T.D.SREEKUMAR 1O - OR 9 COSMETOLOGY IN AYURVEDA - MANISHA TIWARI 1O _ OR 1O AYURVEDIC COSMETOLOGY- A GIFT TO MANKIND - RAJANI RS , ASHWINI MJ, ABHIJITH HN 1O - OR 11 ROLE OF VISHAGNA GANA LEPA IN ACNE COSMETICA - SAILEKHA.R ANITHA.M.G ,10 _ OR 12 EVALUATION OF THE EFFICACY OF ROMASATANALEPAAS HAIR REMOVER AGENT - SAURABH DESHMUKH , BHAGYASHRI HEDAU 10 - OR 13 COSMETOLOGY IN AYURVEDA - SHASHIKALA. V. HOSMATH ,IO - OR 14 COSMETOLOGY IN AYURVEDA-SHILPA GUPTA, B.K.SEVATKAR, REETU SHARMA 10. OR,I5 A REVIEW OF COSMETIC MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES IN AYURVEDA- S.UJJAINI DEVI, .S.GNANAPRASUNA, .P.MURALI KRISHNA A.SANKAR BABU 10. OR 16 AN EASIEST APPROACH FOR HAIR CARE VANI.I.5 , SRIDURGA.CH , RAMMOHANRAO.G 10 - oR 17 EFFECT OF GUNJA TATLA IEXTERNAL] AND N|MBA TWAK CHURNA ilNTERNALI lN THE MANAGEMENT OF DARUNKA W.S.R. TO PITYRIASIS CAPITITIS - D.VENKATA KRISHNA NAIK B.G.MALLIKARJUNA RAO, N.SATYA PRASAD Book of Abstracfs I xv
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health 1O - OR 18 COSMETOLOGY IN AYURVEDA - S.YASMIN, S N V NEERAJA, M PARAMKUSHA RAO , B SITARAM ,10 - PO 1 HERBAL COSMETICS IN AYURVEDA - ABDURAHAMAN POILAN, PRAKASH. L. HEGDE 1O - PO 2 COSMETOLOGY IN AYURVEDA - ANIKET.C. VAIDYA, B.B. JOSHI 1O - PO 3 AYURVEDIC CONCEPT OF COSMETOLOGY WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO VAIKRUTAPAHARACHIKITSA- ANOOP KUMAR K, S K BANNIGOL 10 - PO 4 SHAT DHAUT GHRITA: AN AYURVEDIC FORMULA AS ACOSMETIC AGENT A CONCEPTUAL STUDY - ASHA 5EN, K. 5. KARBHAL 1O - PO 5 CONCEPTUAL AND CLINICAL APPLICABILITY OF LOMASHATANA LEPA IN HIRSUTISM - ASOKAN V , MANJULA K. 10 _ PO 6 ROLE OF PANCHANGAS OF NIMBA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MASOORIKA - ASWATHY V, REMYA V REENU VARGHESE, SREENIKESAN T R, SARA MONSY OOMMEN, P Y ANSARY 1O - PO 7 ROLE OF MUKHALEPA IN COSMETOLOGY-BHARATHI .K.8, SHALINI.C.ELI ,10 - PO 8 WONDERS OF AYURVEDA - "COSMETICALLY'' CHARU GUPTA, B.5. SAVADI, M.M SALIMATH 1O - PO 9 NETRA SAUNDARYA-AYURVEDIC BEAUTY CARE OF EYES - ESHWARI, . SUJATAMMA K N. NJANEYA MURTHY 1O - PO ,IO COSMETOLOGY IN AYURVEDA - KAUR GAGANDEEP , JINDAL MAHESH, KUNDAILIA NEETIKA, SAROCH VIKAS 1O - PO 11 THE EFFECT OF COSMETICS AND TOXIC FOOD ON HUMAN HEALTH -V.KARUNAKAR 10 - PO 12 A REVIEW OF COSMETOLOGICAL ASPECTS EXPLORED THROUGH AYURVEDA - NALINIKANTA PARIDA, SHRADHANAYAK, 10 - PO 13 COSMETOLOGY IN AYURVEDA - REMYA K, 10. PO 14 ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN COSMETICS SACHIN JAGANNATH PACHANGE, V.H.WANKHADE, 1O - PO 15 AYURVEDIC COSMETOLOGY-ONE OF THE STRENGTHS OF INDIASAPNA NARASANAGI, SREEVATSA - PG SCHOLAR, HOD , GAMC MYSORE, 1O - PO 16 COSMETOLOGY IN AYURVEDA WSR TO HARIDRA. A SIKHA, . HARINI A, PRAKASH L HEGDE 10 - PO 17 COSMETOLOGY IN AYURVEDA- SONALI MUKHERJEE 1O . PO ,18 COSMETOLOGY IN AYURVEDA - SREEJA .SADANANDAM 1O - PO 19 CONCEPT OF BEAUTY IN AYURVEDA- SWAPNAJA C. SURVASE, SWAPNIL PATIL ,IO - PO 20 AYURVEDIC MEDICINE AS THE COSMETICS - SWAPNAJA C. SURVASE, SWAPNIL PATIL 10 _ PO 21 A COSMETIC APPROACH ON MUKHADUSHIKA AND ITS MANAGEMENT BY DHANYAKADI LEPA WITH PANCHA NIMBA CHURNA - VEERESH B.SATTIGERI, RAVINDRAKUMAR ARAHUNASI, 10 - PO 22 SKIN CARE IN AYURVEDA: COSMETIC VIEW POINT - NIDHI SHARMA, SHWETA DEWAN, PALLAVI DIXII, ASIT PANJA Theme : WOMEN AND CHILD HEALTH lN AYURVEDA 236 - 271 1 1 - OR 1 ASSESSMENT OF PREVENTIVE AND IMMUNOENHANCING EFFECT OFASHTAMANGALA GHRITA DURING NEONATALAND INFANTILE PERIOD - CHATURVEDIABHISHEK KUMAR, SINGH KUNWAR ANKUR, SINGH B.M, 1 1 . OR 2 A SCIENTIFIC APPROACH TO GARBHASANSKAAR FOR A HEALTHY MOTHERHOOD - AMRITA. MISHRA, 11 - OR 3 MIND IN ETIOLOGY, PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF POLY CYSTIC OVARIAN SYNDROME [PCOS] - ARJUN CHAND CB SUHAS K SHETTY, NARYANA PRAKASH B 1 1 - OR 4 CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFICACY OF RAJAYAPANA BASTI AND AN AYURVEDIC .COMPUND DRUG IN MOTOR DISABILITIES OF CEREBRAL PALSY IN CHILDREN - ARUN RAJ GR, SHAILAJA U, PRASANNA N RAO, JAIN CM 11 - OR 5 CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFICACY OF RAJAYAPANA BASTI AND AN AYURVEDIC COMPUND DRUG IN MOTOR DISABILITIES OF CEREBRAL PALSY IN CHILDREN . ARUN RAJ GR, SHAILAJA U, PRASANNA N RAO, JAIN CM Book of Abstracls I xrzl J'..: €
    • ';'.Jii+ 'q# &**sar Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health 11 - OR 6 11 - OR 7 11 - OR 8 11 - OR 9 't1 - oR 10 '11 - OR 11 11 -OR12 11-OR13 11-OR14 11 - OR 16 11 -OR17 11-OR18 11 -OR19 1t-oR20 't1 - oR 21 11 - OR22 '11 - OR 23 11 - OR 24 1't - oR 25 11 - OR 26 11 - OR27 11 - OR 28 PREMALIGNANT LESIONS OF CERVIX- SCOPE OF AYURVEDA . S.T.AsHA. EFFECT OF PATHADI KWATHA AND SHATAPUSHPA TAILA MATRABASTI ON POLY CYSTIC OVARY DISEASE - LAXMIPRIYA DEI, S.B.DONGA, ASOKAN V' KRUPA D. PATEL CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF VASAVALEHA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF TAMAKA SHVASA (BRONCHIALASTHMA) IN CHILDRENS. - HARI KRISHNAN'M, PRASANNA N. RAO, SHAILAJA U, REENA KULKARNI. EFFECT OF MANDUKAPARNI ON BORDERLINE INTELLIGENCE OF 5TH STANDARD STUDENTS - VIRUPAKSHAYYA H, PRASANNA N. RAO, SHAILAJA U, REENA KULKARNI RASAYANKALPAVATI AN ADVANCE THERAPY FOR MENOPAUSAL SYNDROME: A CLINICAL REVIEW - LAXMIPRIYA DEI, CLINICAL EVALUATION OF PUSHKARADI COMPOUND IN RESPIRATORY ALLERGIC DISORDERS OF CHILDREN - I.A.M.LEENA, NISHA KUMARI OJHA A STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF KAMPILLAKADI YOGA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PUREESHAJA KRIMI WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ASCARIS LUMBRICOIDES IN CHILDREN . MADHUMITHA KRISHNAN, PRASANNA N. RAO, SHAILAJA U, REENA KU LKARN I. PANCHVALKALADI VARTI-AN ADVANCE THERAPY FOR MANAGEMENT OF VULVOVAGINITIS DURING PREGNANCY - NILOFAR SHAIKH,SHILPA DONGA, .L.P.DEI, SUN ITA MENOPAUSAL WOMEN HEALTH CARE WITH AYURVEDIC PRINCIPLES - POOJA LEKSHMY B GAYATHRI BHAT NV A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF PUNARNAVADI GUGGULU AND PANCHAWALKALDI KWATH UTTARBASTI WITH PANCHAWALKALDI TAIL PICHU IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PARIPLUTA YONIVYAPADA - PRIYANKA SHARMA, DURGESH NANDINI, SUSHILA SHARMA, PRIYANKA SHARMA, CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE EFFICACY OF ASHOKARISTA, ASHWAGANDHA CHURNA AN PRAVAL PISHTI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MENOPAUSL SYNDROME PUSHPALATHA B, CM JAIN, SUSHILA SHARMA, NEETA KUMARI EFFECT OF CHANDANADI TAILA MATRAVASTI IN ASRIGDARA- RAMADEVI MADIPELLY, SULOCHANA, CH. RAVINDER CLINICAL TRIAL TO STUDY THE EFFICACY OF A SELECTED AYURVEDA TREATMENT MODALITY IN CEREBRAL PALSY IN CHILDREN BELOW 8 YEARS - ROSHNIANIRUDHAN STUDY ON THE MANAGEMENT OF SPASTICITY IN CHILDREN SUFFERING FROM CEREBRAL PALSY WITH AN AYURVEDIC COMPOUND AND YOGIC POSTURES (ASANAS) - SANDEEP KUMAR, NISHA OJHA, AJAY KUMAR SHARMA A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY ON MEDHYA RASAYANA IN SCHOOL GOING CHILDREN - SHAILASHREE, PATILRAGHAVENDRA.PESHWE, lvl.A.HULLUR A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE ROLE OF MENOSOL COMPOUND IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MENOPAUSAL SYNDROME . SHIKHA SHARMA, MAMTA RANI, C.M, JAIN, SUSHILA SHARMA, HETAL DAVE, PUSHPALATA AN OBSERVATIONAL PILOT STUDY: EVALUATE CORRELATION OF PRAKR/I/ AND BREAST CANCER AMONG WOMEN IN CALIFORNIA. SHRADDHA RAVANI, AND PROF. RAM HARSH SINGH EFFECT OF VACHA KANA LEPA IN SUKHAPRASAVAW.R.TAUGMENTATION OF LABOUR - A CLINICAL STUDY. STUDY ON THE IMPACT OF PRAKRITI IN CHILDREN WITH ACADEMIC STRESS AND EVALUATION OF ANTISTRESS EFFECT OF SARASWAT CHURNA - SUMOD SURESH KHEDEKAR, ATIKA MADHUKAR, NISHA KUMARIOJHA, ABHIMANYU KUMAR CLINICAL EVALUATION OF DHATHRIPHALADI PANAKA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF GARBHINI CHARDI (EMESIS GRAVIDARUM) - SUNITHA J05HI, K. BHRATHI COMPARATICE EFFICACY OF SHATAVARI MANDUR AND IRON FOLIC ACID TABLETS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF GARBHINI PANDU (ANAEMIA DURING PREGANACY). . SUSHILA SHARMA CLINICAL EVALUATION OF THE EFFECT OF ANUVASANA- VASTI (MATRA-VASTI) & Book of Abstracfs I xvii
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health PICHU IN PREGNANCY ON THE PHENOMENON OF LABOUR - VARSHA SINGH, HETAL H. DAVE, SUSHILA SHARMA, C.M. JAIN 1 1 - OR 29 ROLE OF SHANKHAPUSHPI AND SATWAVAJAY CHIKITSA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF BED WETTTNG [SHAYYAMUTRA] rN CHTLDRENS - VIJAY GAJBHARE., JAYPRAKASH SHARMA., SHRINIDHI KUMAR ACHARYA. 1,1 - OR 3O EVALUATION OF CLINICAL EFFICACY OF TRADITIONAL AYURVEDIC PREPARATION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SECONDARY AMENORRHOEA - HARIHARAN S., T.M.PRASANNA KUMAR ,11 - PO 1 ROLE OF SUTIKAPARICHARYA IN PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF POSTPARTUM DEPRESSTON (PPD) - AMRUTHA S, JAYASUDHA G C, RAMESH M 11 - PO 2 EFFICACY OF DIFFERENT FORMULATIONS A5 UTHARA BASTHI IN STREEROGA- APARNA S. NAIR 11 _ PO 3 ROLE OF BRAHMI GRITHA IN 1ST TRIMESTER OF PREGNANCY - ASHA PARVATHI.V, MAMATHA K.V 11 , PO 4 WOMEN AND CHILD HEALTH IN AYURVEDA - DHARMAVEER KURI,.SACHIN DEVA 11 - PO 5 EVALUATION OF CLINICAL EFFICACY OF TRADITIONAL AYURVEDIC PREPARATION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SECONDARY AMENORRHOEA S.HARIHARAN, S. T.M.PRASANNA KUMAR 11 - PO 6 SUKHA PRASAVA BY AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT : A SPECIAL CASE STUDY - HARIKA.A, SULOCHANA. A, CH.RAVINDER ,11 - PO 7 AYURVEDIC INTERVENTIONS IN MALNOURISHED CHILDREN BETWEEN O TO 5 YEARS AGE GROUP. . VD. KETAKI LOKHANDE, VD. MIHIR HAJARNAVIS 11 - PO 8 WOMEN'S HEALTH IN AYURVEDA- A RETROSPECTION - KRUTIKA KENT V.N.KUSHA. ,I1 - PO 9 AYURVEDIC INTERVENTIONS IN MATERNAL & CHILD HEALTH - MAADHURI A. MORDE, MIHIR HAJARNAVIS 11 - PO 1O MEDHYA RASAYANA IN CHILDREN -A NEW APPROACH BORUDE MADHAV, T P SARASA,JAYAN D 11 - PO 11 DIETARY REGIMEN FOR THE PREGNANT WOMEN AND ITS EFFECT ON THE FETUS OR CHILD IN AYURVEDA . K.MADHURI 11 - PO 12 ROLE OF RASAYANA IN PERI-MENOPAUSAL SYNDROME (RAJO-NIVRITTI) - NIVEDITHA SOMALAPUR, SREEDEVI.M, SATISH JALIHAL 11 - PO 13 SUTIKOPAKRAMA KEY FOR HEALTHY MOTHER. HEALTHY CHILD - POORNIMA.N., D.N. SHARMA, CHETHAN KUMAR V.K. RAVISHANKAR 11 - PO 14 EFFECT OF SPECIAL KAYASEKA IN TERM PREGNENT - RAMADEVI , HARIKA, CH. RAVI NDER ,I1- PO 16 CONCEPT AND TREATMENT OF POSTPARTUM HAEMORRHAGE IN AYURVEDA - RANJITHA B.M, GAYATHRI BHAT 11 - PO 17 A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON STHANYA SODHAKA PROPERTY OF MUSTA . REENU VARGHESE, SARA MONSY OOMMEN, .P.Y ANSARY 11 - PO 18 A CLINICAL STUDY - ROLE OF MEDHYA RASAYANA IN MENAPAUSAL SYNDROME . NEHA AGRAWAL, SEEMA SACHAN 11 - PO 19 EFFECT OF MADHUTAILIKA BASTI AND SHAMANA AUSHADHI IN PCOD : AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY - SHRIDEVI.M.REDDI , JAYASUDHA G.C. ANUPAMA.V 11 - PO 20 GARBHINI CHARDI & ITS MANAGEMENT WITH SIMPLE & SAFE CLASSICAL YOGAS - A CONCEPTUAL STUDY . SHRINIWAS JADHAV , PADMASARITHA K, SUNITA SIDDESH 11 _ PO 21 YOGA IN PREGNANCY OUTCOME . BASED ON THE STUDY : ..A CRITICAL STUDY ON EFFECTS OF YOGIC POSTURES AND PRANAYAMA DURING ANTENATAL PERIOD AND ITS OUTCOME IN LABOUR" - SNEHAL S AMBALGEKAR, MAMATHA.K.V, VIDYA BALLAL 11 . PO22 AN EVALUATION ON KARNA VEDANA SAMSKARA- AS AN IMMUNE INDUCTOR . M.SURYANARAYANA 11. PO23 ,AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY ON THE EFFECTS OF ELADI GUTIKA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF CHARDI (VOMITING) IN CHILDRENS - SINGH VISHVENDER, U SHAILAJA, RAO PRASANNA N, D SHWETHA 11 - PO 24 PUMSAVANAKARMA.A SPECILITY OF AYURVEDA OBSTETRICS . YAMUNA.A, Book of Abstracfs I xulll -=
    • r-::- i; 'e# Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health Theme : AYURVEDA lN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH 272 - 278 12 - OR 1 A STUDY OFANTI STRESS EFFECT OFASHWAGANDHAVARIETIES ON WORK RELATED PROFESSIONALS - ARVIND KUMAR MISHRA , M.PARAMKUSHA RAO 12 - OR 2 STRESS INDUCED DISORDERS IN IT PROFESSIONALS AND ITS MANAGEMENT THROUGH AYURVEDA & WELLNESS TOURISM IN KERALA - MALINT R, RAMESH U ,12. OR 3 SCOPE OF AGADTANTRA IN OCCUPATIONAL AND ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH RASHTRAPAL N. UKEY , SANDEEP VISHNU BINORKAR 12 - PO 1 A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO SPORTS THROUGH AYURVEDA 12 - PO 2 AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF OCCUPATIONAL RESPIRATORY DISEASES - RAVI R. FURSULE, APOORVA M. SANGORAM 12 - PO 3 A SURVEY STUDY ON CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS W.S.R. TO IT5 RELATION WITH OCCUPATION - BASAVARAJ 5 SHIRUR, VINAYKUMAR.K.N, KIRAN M GOUD, 12 - PO 4 KNEE JOINT INJURIES WITH REFERENCE TO VAIKALYAKARA MARMA DEVAN REGHUNATH 12 - PO 5 AYURVEDA IN OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH - GEETANJALI HIREMATH 12 _ PO 6 SUSHRUTA'S CONCEPT OF REHABILITATION IN THE MANAGEMENT OF BHAGNA W.S.R. TO PHYSIOTHERAPY - PRADEEP G. DESAI, S, K. BANNIGOL Theme : OTHER CLINICAL SPECIALTIES lN AYURVEDA 279 - 3Oz 13 - OR 1 CONCEPT OF ADDICTION FROM AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE 13 - OR 2 STRATEGIC ALTERNATIVES IN FRAMING PG EDUCATION IN AYURVEDA- DARSHAN BABU.N, H. PAMPANNA GOUDA, SREEKANTH P.H 13 - OR 3 VASTRA RANJANA-A CONCEPT UNDER WRAP - DEVI S NAIR, NISHA KUMARI 13 _ OR 4 A CASE DISCUSSION ON PRIMARY LATERAL SCLEROSIS - DIVYA P, RAMESH G, C. RAGHUNATHAN NAIR, 13 - OR 5 ROLE OF'AASTHIDHATU'IN DISORDERS OF'HAIRS AND NAILS' - GEETANJALI S. KARLE 13 . OR 6 PREPARATORY WORKS ON THE POSTGRADUATE EDUCATION OF AYURVEDIC MEDICINE IN HUNGARY - G. BLASKO BUDAPESI HUNGARY 13 _ OR 7 AN AYURVEDIC APPROACH IN THE MANAGEMENT OF UDAR W. S. R. TO ASCITES(ALD) : A CASE STUDY - GULHANE H.D, KABRA P. R 13 _ OR 8 EFFECT OF GUDUCHYADI KWATHA & VAMANA THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMET OF PSORIASIS (EKA.KUSHTA)" - HEMANT NARWADE, HARISH BHAKUNI, B.N.SINHA, R. K.JOSH I ,13 - OR 9 A STUDY ON THE EFFICACY OF GHRITAMANDA ANUVASANA BASTI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PARIKARTIKA W.S.R. TO FISSURE- IN-ANO 13 - OR 1O EFFECACY OF KUTAJA PRATISARANEEYA KSHARA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ARDRA ARSHAS - MANU.R.MANGALATH, PRASANNA.N.RAO 13 - OR,I1 NANOPARTICLES AS A MEDICAL INTERVENTION VIS A VIS RASAAUADHIS- A PERSPECTIVE - PALLAVI BORAH 1 3 - OR 1 3 EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT OF PAKSHAGHATA _A CASE SERIES - PRASAN SHANKAR RAVI SHANKAR PERVAJE SANATH KUMAR DG N.S. SHETTAR 13. OR 13 SIDDHASARA - THE BEST AYURVEDIC THERAPEUTIC COMPENDIUM OF MEDIEVAL INDIA- RAJKUMAR, RAMBABU I VIDYANATH R ,13 - OR 14 MANAGEMENT OF ARSHAS THROUGH APAMARGA KSHARA KARMA - RENJITH R WARIER, S K BANNIGOL 13 - OR 15 EFFECT OF VAJRASANA IN COMMON GASTROINTESTINAL DISORDERS W.S.R TO GASTROESOPHAGIAL REFLUX DISEASE (GERD) & IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME (IBS). 13 - OR 16 AYURVEDIC ONCOLOGY _ A NEW DEVELOPING SPECIALITY - SHASHANK PRAMOD ARVIKAR Book of Abstracts I xix
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health €- 't3 - oR 17 13 - 0R'18 13-OR19 13 - OR 20 13 - PO 1 13 - PO 2 13 - PO 3 13 - PO 4 13 - PO 5 THE EFFECTOFVASTHI WITH A COMBINATION OF GUDUCHYADI KASHAYAM AND VAISWANARA CHOORNAM ON SERUM CREATININE AND SERUM UREA IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE - SHITHA THOMAS, G. VINOD KUMAR, A. S, LILA HEALTH PROMOTION EFFECT OF SARVANGA ABHAYANGA- A CLINICAL STUDY - SHRUTHI S, GOUTHAM SHETTY M, AN AYURVEDIC APPROACH IN THE MANAGEMENT OF GUILLAIN-BARRE SYNDROME (GBS): A CASE STUDY . SUNANDA A.BHOPLE, GULHANE J.D, KABRA P. R ACLINICAL STUDY OF PARATANTRA NASANAHA - SUPRIYA K. PATIL, PRANAV P. BHAGWAT MALIGNANCY; AS IT WOULD BE IN AYURVED - AMIT PAL, SHRIKANTH P. H A CLtNICAL STUDY ON THE MANAGEMENT OF KAKSHA (HERPES ZOSTER) By JALAUKAVACHARANA . HATRI A. G, KABRA P. R ROLE OF CHINCHA LAVANA SVEDA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KATIGRAHA(LOW BACK PAIN) W.5.R PRISHTA MARMA . ARYAN NAMBOODIRI'ASHVINIKUMAR M , BIJUVINAYAK AGNIKARMA IN JATRU URDHVAGATA ROGAS - CHETHANA.G.S, SUJA K SREEDHAR DRAVYAS AND KALPAS USED IN DANTA AND DANTAMULAGATA ROGAS - CHETHANA .G.5, SUJA K SREEDHAR A CONCEPTUAL STUDY OF PAKSHAGHATA. DIVYA D, SUDHIRRAJ N, M.A.HULLUR, ROLE OF SHODHANA IN LOWER RESPIRATORYALLERGIES - DIVYA. S, SANTOsH. L, YADAHALLI, SHALINI. C. ELI ROLE OF BASTI IN HEALING THE DUODENAL ULCER - HEMANT G. PAWADE, B. B.HUNGUND, M.A. HULLUR, REVIEW ON PARASURGICAL AYURVEDA : STRENGTH AND CHALLENGES - NIRMALA C. APATURKAR, SUBHASH Y. RAUT PRANASHTA SHALYA PAREEKSHA - A MULTIFACETED RATIONAL APPROACH - NITHIN KRISHNAN R, NISHA KUMARI HISTORICAL ASPECTS OF PANCHAKARMA -A CRITICAL REVIEW - RAMBABU T, SANDHYA B, VIDYANATH R EFFECT OF PRATISARANEEYA KSHARA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ARSAS - RARIMA . A, SIVA SAGAR, S.DATTATERYA RAO NRU KESHA MASHI - VALUES YOUR TEARS! - SEEMA VERMA JALAUKAVACARANA-AN EXCELLENT PARASURGICAL PROCEDURE . 5. DATTATREYA RAO, JYOTHSNA P M, M SREEVANI AYURVEDIC CONCEPT OF KRIYA SHARIR OF NETRA - SUPRIYA K. PATIL, PRANAV P. BHAGWAT ACLINICAL STUDY OF PARATANTRA NASANAHA - SUPRIYA K. PATIL, PRANAV P. BHAGWAT OTHER CLINICAL SPECIALITIES IN AYURVEDA . VIJAYALAKSHMI HADIMANI AN AYURVEDTC APPROACH tN THE MANAGEMENT OF UDAR W. S. R. TO ASCTTES(ALD) : A CASE STUDY . HARSHAD D. AGULHANE, KABRA P. R. ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN GRACEFUL AGEING 303 - 324 ROLE OF MEDHYA RASAYANA FOR PREVENTION AND TREATMENT OF MENTAL ILLNESS IN GERIATRIC POPULATION . AKSHAY VIJ, ROLE OF MEDHYA RASAYANA tN JARAWASTHA [AG|NG] ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN PALLIATIVE ONCOLOGY - APARNA WILSON P BLISSFULAGEING THROUGH AYURVEDIC HERBS - ASHWINI, JEERANKALAGI BASTI: A PATH TO GRACEFUL AGEING W.S.R OSTEOARTHRITIS - CHITERLEKHA, SWATI S. DESHPANDE, KIRAN M. GOUD AYURVEDAAND GERIATRIC DEMENTIA. HEMRAJ MEENA, ASIT KUMAR PANJA, NIVESH PAL PRAKRUTHI ORIENTED LIFE. STYLE MODIFICATIONS FOR GRACEFULAGEING - INDU s 13 13 13 13 13 -PO6 -PO7 -PO8 -PO9 -PO10 - PO 11 -PO12 13 13 13 - PO 13 13-PO14 13 - PO 15 13 - PO 16 1l-Po17 13 - PO 18 Theme: I ll ti r i 14-oR1 14-oR2 14-OR3 14-OR4 14-OR5 14-OR6 14-OR7 Book of t,bm-a*s xx
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seninar on Ayurveda for Public Health 14-OR8 14-OR9 14-OR10 14-OR11 14-OR12 14-OR13 14-PO1 14-PO2 14-PO3 14-PO4 14 - PO 5 14-PO6 14-PO7 14-PO8 14-PO9 14-PO10 14-PO11 14-PO12 14-PO13 14-PO14 14-PO15 't4 - PO 16 14-PO 17 Theme : 15-OR1 15-OR2 15-OR3 15-OR4 PANCHKARMA THERPY IN GRACEFUL AGING - MRIDUL RANAJAN,-AWANTIKA JAISWAL, ANUP B. THAKER A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON THE ANTI AGEING PROPERTIES OF VAYASTAPANA MAHAKASHAYA DRUGS, ITS PREVENTIVE ROLE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF GERIATRIC PROBLEMS . PAUL THOMAS SARA MONSY OOMMEN, P.Y.ANSARI AGEING : ADAPTIVE CHANGES IN AGEING THROUGH AYURVEDA - RAJMOHAN, T.S.BAIRY, SUMA MALLYA EFFECT OF AMALA RASAYANA IN AGEIENG - PERCENTAGE OF VARIOUS GERIATRIC DISEASES AMONG GERIATRIC POPULATION: A SURVEY STUDY . SUSHAMA WARHADE, V.G.PATRIKAR ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN GRACEFUL AGEING - VISHNAV.C, AJANTHA ROLE OF ABHYANGA (OIL MASSAGE) IN GRACEFUL AGEING - AISWARIYA SATHEESHl , R. K. PATILz ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN GRACEFUL AGEING - AJITKUMAR 5, WAHANEM. D.B. r.GOSWAMI ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN GRACEFUL AGEING - ANJALI SEKHAR, A, N. SATYAPRASAD ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN GRACEFULAGEING - ARCHANA. A. JOSHI, AYURVEDIC MANAGMENT FOR GRACEFUL AGING AND HEALTHY LIVING GURUPRASAD N. THAKURDESAI. A.R.FIRKE, ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN GRACEFUL AGEING - HEMANT KUMAR CONTEMPORARY GERIATRICS THROUGH THE EYES OF AYURVEDA & RASAYAN THEREPY - LAXMI MAHARANA, MAHENDRA PRASAD, HARAMOHAN MAHARANA ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN GRACEFUL AGEING - MEGHANA. S. DESAI ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN GRACEFUL AGEING . NANDA K O, GAYATHRI BHAT ROLE OF AYURVEDA W. 5. R. TO SNEHANA IN GRACEFUL AGING ' NISHCHITA. B, SHALINI. C. ELI. 16 'N' 60'S!!!!!!!!! A BEAUTIFUL YOU!!!! AYURVEDA CARES!!!II . L. PAVITHRAS SARAN, B. L. KALTIAT - S. HAKKANDI AYURVEDA IN GRACEFULAGEING - V. PRIYANKA, P. SHANTHA BHAVANI , DEVI SANGA MITHRAI , V. KOWSALYA AYURVEDIC APPROACHES TO PREVENTAGEING W.5.R. TO GERIATRIC CARE - SHARON J KAITHAVANA, PRABHAKARUPADHYAYRENJAL ANATOMICAL ASPECTS OF PANCHKARMA - SHIV PRASAD DWIVEDI , D. V. SHUKLA, ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN GRACEFUL AGEING - SUHASINI CARE FOR GRACEFULAGEING THROUGH AYURVEDA - SUNIL KUMAR GODARA, B. V. PRASANNA GRACEFUL AGEING THROUGH PANCHAKARMA - VIJAYALAXMI. B. BIRADAR, B. L. KALMATH, S. N. HAKKANDI P HARAAACOLOGY, P HARAAACOGN OSY AN D P HARMAC E UTI CS RESEARCH IN AYURVEDA 325 - 355 GRAHI EFFECT OF BILWA PHALA MAJJA CHURNA ON GASTROINTESTINAL TRACT . ABHISHEK SHUKLA,LAXMI NARAYAN GUPTA, CHANDRA BHUSHAN JHA A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY OF THE DEFORMATION PHENOMENON OF HERBAL EXTRACTS ON COMPRESSI BI LTY COMPACTABI LITY AND CONSOLI DATION BY TAKING GYMNEMA SYLVYSTRE AS A MODEL HERB - B.PUSHPALATHA PHYTOCHEMICAL INVESTIGATIONS AND ESTIMATION OF STEROIDAL SAPONINS IN ASPARAGUS RACEMOSUSROOTS USINGRP-LC-ELSD. . DEVANATHAN. R, ARJUN.V, PRAKASH.N.S, SUNDARAM.R, AND SHYAM.R. THE EFFECT OF AYURVEDIC COMPOUND (HERBO-MINERAL) FORMULATIONS ON RENAL FUNCTION W.R.T UREA AND CREATININE - AN OBSERVATIONAL STUDY - DODDAMANI. S. H., GIRI.5. K., SHUBHASHREE. M. N, NEETHA.G & HEMAVATHI.K.H. ANANDKUMAR VENKATESHWARALU. G. Book of Abstracfs I xxl
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health €':i::= 15-OR5 15 - OR 6 15 , OR 7 15 , OR 8 15 - OR 9 15-OR10 '15 - OR 11 15-OR12 15-OR13 15-OR14 15-OR15 15 - OR 16 15-OR17 15 - OR 18 15 - OR 19 15-OR20 15-OR21 15 - OR 22 15-OR23 15 - OR 24 15 - OR 25 15 - OR 26 GUGGULU: PURIFICATION PROCESS AND ITS CORRELATION TO BIOACTIVE MARKERS GUGGULSTERONES (E e Z) - GANESH MUGULt, BTBHILESH MENDHE, BABU UV, ATUL N JADHAV COMPARATIVE ANTIOXIDANT ACTIVITY AND PHYTOCHEMICAL CONTENT OF CALLUS AND LEAF EXTRACTS OF HOLARRHENAANTTDYSENTERTCA (1.) - GAYATRT NAHAK1 AND RAJANI KANTA SAHU PHARMACEUTI CO.ANALYTICAL AN D EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION OF ANTI DIABETIC ACTIVITY OF VANGA BHASMAAND GUDUCHI SATWA W.S.R. TO THEIR EFFECT ON PANCREAS - GIRIMALLA PATIL, SRIPAL HIREKERUR, SHOBHA G HIREMATH STUDY OF 'TOTAL PHENOL CONTENT'AND 'REDUCING POWER OF PHENOLIC EXTRACT' OF NIRGUNDI TAILA IN 'MADYAPAKA STAGE' . J.M.P.R.K JAYASINGHE, J. A. LIYANAGE AND K.N. SENEVIRATNE COMPARATIVE CLINICAL EVALUATION OF CONVENTIONALLY AND AG ROTECHNOLOG ICALLY CU LTIVATED BHRI NGARAJA ( ECLI PTA ALBA) WITH SPEC IAL EMPHASIS ON ANTHELMINTIC PROPERTY - KRUP VASAVDA, PRAKASH L HEGDE KINETIC CHEMISTRY OF VANGA SHODHANA, JARANA AND MARANA - LALITHA, SUREKHA MEDIKERI, M S DODDAMANI PHARMACOLOGICAL POTENTIAL OF AYURVEDA - LATHEEF K. A. A COMPARATIVE PHARMACEUTICO-ANALYTICAL STUDY OF HINGULA MARITA TAMRA BHASMA- BEFORE AND AFTER AMRUTIKARANA - MEENAKSHI, SANMATHI. P. RAO, DR.SHOBHA G.HIREMATH EFFtCACY 0F THE SHtRtSH (ALBtZZtA LEBBECK) BARK tN THE MANAGEMENT OF TAMAKA SWASA (BRONCHTAL ASTHMA) - AN rN STLTCO APPROACH - MUKAMCHEM YIM SEDATIVE HYPNOTIC ACTIVITY OF UNMADA GAJAKESARI RASA -AN EXPERIMENTAL EVALUATION NEED OF PHARMACEUTICAL STANDARDIZATION IN AYURVEDA W.S.R. TO MALAHARA KALPANA - NAYANA, N, PRASHANTH 8.K,, KRISHNAMURTHY M.S IMPOTANCE OF SHODHANA SAMSKARA IN STANDARDIZATION OF AYURVEDIC TOXIC DRUGS WITH REFERENCE TO INVITRO STUDY. NILIMA NARAYANRAO WADNERWAR, PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF PLANT ESSENTIAL OIL BY GC-Ms AND IT5 ACTIVITY AGAINST MULTIDRUG RESISTANT BACTERIA CAUSING RESPIRATORY TRACT INFECTION - MEREEN GEORGE, NIVYA MARIAM PAUL EFFECT OF "StTTAMATI (StDA CORDTFOLIA LtNN.) KUDTNEER (DECOCTTON)" rN RESPIRATORY COMPLAINT- COUGH - S.R.PHOLTAN RAJEEV A PHAMACEUTICO-ANALYTICAL STUDY ON CONCEPT OF SHODHANA W.S.R. TO KUPEELU SHODHANA PRATIBHA.V.ARKASALI, SANGAMESH.I.P, DR.SHOBHA.G.HIREMATH A COMPARATIVE PHARMACEUTICAL AND ANALYTICAL STUDY ON PRAVALA BHASMA AND PISTI W.S.R TO ITS MOOLA AND SHAKHA . PUJA SANSARE, ARUSHI KAUSHAL, K. SHANKAR RAO HERBAL DISPERSABLE TABLET FOR MOUTH WASH-A PHARMACEUTICAL MODIFICATION - REKHA.P.V,R S HIREMATH A CLINICAL STUDY IN THE NUTRITIONAL VALUE OF THE DASAMULADI TAILA MATRA BASTI BY ASSESSING THE DIFFERENT BIOCHEMICAL CHANGES - ROSYNA H., BASUMATARY K., ANUP B ROLE OF PRATHINIDI DRAVYAS IN CURRENT PRACTICE INCLUDING PHYTOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS FOR THEIR EVALUVATION - SANUJ MURALIDHARAN, ANUPRABHA, RAVI RAO. S - IN SILICOTOOLS TO HIGHLIGHT THE ANTI-TUBERCULOSIS ACTIVITY OF PIPER , LONGUM - SHIBII.G., JISHA R. S,, NEENAHARIDAS, &PRASAD M ALEX SCREENING OF CASSIAGLAUCA PLANT FOR ANTIMICROBIALACTIVITY - KITTUR B.S., SRINIVAS Y., DESHPANDE S.R CONCEPT OF BIOENHANCING PROPERTY OF PIPPALI IN AYURVEDA. SWATI UGALE' SUDIPT RATH, NARESH KHEMANI Book of Abstracts I xxll
    • * Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health 15 - OR27 15-OR28 15-OP1 15 - OP 2 15-OP3 15 - OP 4 15 - OP 5 15 - OP 6 15-OP7 15-OP8 15-OP9 15-OP10 15 - OP 11 15-OP12 15 - OP 13 15-OP14 15 - OP 15 15-OP16 15-OP17 15-OP18 15-OP19 Theme: 16 - PO 1 16 - POz 16 - PO 3 PHARMACEUTICAL AND ANALYTICAL STUDY OF "AGNIKUMAR RAS" ' VANMALA BAPURAO WAKODE PHARMACOLOGY, PHARMACOG NOSY AN D PHARMACEUTICS RESEARCH I N AYURVEDA - VINEETH P. K, , M. RAJAIAH' THE SAFETY OF MEDICINE IN PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAMMES- PHARMACO- VIGILENCE IN AYURVEDA - ANAMIKA SHUKLA, T. D. SREEKUMAR' TO STUDY THE ROLE OF KHADIR RASAKRIYA ON DUSHTA VRANA WITH REFERENCE TO MICROBIAL LODE - ANUBHUTI P. MANWAR, ARUN M. LAKHAPATI, SUBHASH Y. RAUT PHARMACOLOGY, PHARMCOGNOSY & PHARMACEUTICS, RESEARCH IN AYURVEDA . DANAMMA. SUBHAS. HANJI GUIDELINES FOR LAUNCHING AYURVEDIC PRODUCTS, RECALLAND WITHDRAWAL. DHANYA K. U., B. VINAYACHANDRA SHETTY RELEVENCE OF MODERN QUALITY CONTROL TECHNIQUES IN HERBAL DRUG IDENTIFICATION AND ASSESSMENT - ELIZABETH THOMAS AEROSOLS AND SPRAYS AN INNOVATIVE LOCALE FOR RESEARCH IN AYURVEDIC PHARMACEUTICS - JAYAPRAKASH A N, VINAY R KADIBAGIL, PANCHAVALKALA POLYHERBAL FORMULATION -A REVIEW - KHADKUTKAR D. K. KANTHI VEENA PHARMACOLOGY OF TAMAKA SHVASA (BRONCHIAL ASTHMA) HARA RASA KALPAS - MADHUKESHWAR HEGDE , M. 5. DODDAMANI SWARNA PRASHANA-AN AMBROSIA FOR CHILDREN - MANJULA K, SHOBHA G HIREMATH EVIDENCE BASED SAFETY PROFILE OF AYURVEDIC FORMULATIONS - NAGARJUN. KP , SHANKARE GOWDA, MS. DODDAMANI. NEED FOR DRUG REDISCOVERY IN AYURVEDA. NIRMALA. V, B. VINAYACHANDRA SHETTY , M. S, KRISHNAMURTHY PHYTOCHEMICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL STUDIES OF GOKSHURA- A REVIEW . D. V. PATHANJALI, CH. RAVIKUMAR PHARMACOLOGY OF ANTI CANCER ACTIVITY OF RASOUSHADHIS . H K PRADEEP KUMAR, M S DODDAMANI THERAPEUTIC POTENTIALS OF NATURAL DYES - A REVIEW - PRIYA C. , B. RAVI SHANKAR, RAVIKRISHNA S. SHRIKANTH P. AND T. S. BAIRY STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF VARIOUS CONCENTRATION OF PRESERVATIVES W. 5. R TO NAGARADI KWATHA. - RIYA VARGHESE, SEEMA M.B. PROS AND CONS OF ANALYTICAL PARAMETERS OF AYURVEDIC FORMULATIONS - ROHIT K. S, GOVINDA SHARMA , BASAVARAJ Y GANTI CHARACTERIZATION OF A MERCURY BASED TRADITIONAL MEDICINE - SHIBII. G, NEENAHARIDAS, JISHAR. S. , RAJEEV R. AND JAGANNATHANK. REVIEW OF NETRA KRIYAKALPAS IN MODERN VIEW - SHIVARANJANI WADATKAR, ARJUN J. GAWANDE ,H. N. UMALE ASAVA ARISHTA: CHALLENGE TO AYU RVEDA PHARAMACEUTICS - A M SREELAL; GANTI Y BASAVARAJ AYURVEDA IN THE CURRENT INFECTIOUS DISEASES SCENARIO 356 - 358 AYURVEDA IN CURRENT INFECTIOUS SCENARIO - ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN CHIKUNGUNIYA - AGAJA. P. L, AKASHLAL AYURVEDA IN CURRENT INFECTIOUS DISEASES SCENARIO . VARSHA PRABALA , M.PARAMKUSHA RAO, .B.SITARAM AYURVEDA IN CURRENT INFECTIOUS DISEASES SCENARIO - VINUTHA.G.M Bookof Abstracts I xxiii
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternati6nal Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health GOOD PRACTICES OF AYURVEDA INTERVENTIONS IN COAAMUNITY HEALTH - CASE STUDIES # Theme : 17-OR1 17 - ORZ 17-OR3 17-OR4 17-OR5 17-OR6 17 - OR7 17-OR8 17-OR9 17-OR10 17-OR11 17 -OR12 17-PO1 17-PO2 17 - PO 3 359 - 369 Theme: 18-OR1 18-OR2 18-OR3 18-OR4 18-OR5 18-OR6 18-OR7 18 - OR 8 ROLE OF''AGASTYA RASAYANA" IN COMMUNICABLE DISEASES WITH RESPECT TO INFLUENZA. ARATHY RAJ V.S, REKHA K.V IMMUNOMODULATION - A HOPE FOR HIV PATIENTS. AYSHA.KAZI, .VAISHALI. PATIL, M.A. HULLU ROLE OF TRADITIONAL AYURVEDIC SEASONAL PRACTICES OF KERALA IN THE PREVENTION OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES IN VARSHA RITHU. . CHANDNI.R, SARA MONSY OOMMEN, ANSARY.P.Y CONCEPTUAL STUDY AND MANAGEMENT OF HEPATITIS B VIRUS INDUCED JAUNDICE THROUGH AYURVEDA A STUDY OF CHEWING BETEL QUID - SURANGI K.G., KALUTHOTAGE S. MANAGEMENT OF ALCOHOLIC HEPATITIS -AN AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE PADMA.BARAGALE, SHRIVATSA. NAVALUR M.A.HULLUR PREVALANCE OF OSTEOPOROSIS IN SRIKAKULAM DISTRICT WITH RESPECT TO BONE MINERAL DENSITY - V.SEETHA MAHA LAKSHMI PADABHYANGA-A MIRACULOUS HEALING TECHNIQUE - SHABANA.B.SS, RAHUL CLINICAL RECOVERY IN SEVERE APLASTIC ANEMIA FOLLOWING AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT-A CASE REPORT - SHEFALI SINGHAL, K. GOVARDHAN STATUS OF SMRITI IN DIFFERENT PRAKRUTI - SRUTHI S NAMBIAR |MMEDIATE EFFECT OF SHIRO ABHYANGA (HEAD MASSAGE) ON NORMAL HEALTHY VOLUNTEERS . V. VINAYAKA, SUCHITRA ROLE OF ABHYANGA (OIL MASSAGE) FOR MAINTAINING HEALTHY EYES VISWALEKSHMI S, AMARNATH HK THERAPEUTIC EFFICACY OF "S-COMPOUND" IN THE MANAGEMENT OF "SICKLE CELL ANAEMIA'' : A HUMAN TRIAL BASED STUDY. P.K.PATRA, CHANDRESHWAR SINHA, DURGESH SINGH RAJPUI DHANANJAY PATEL ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE AND ITS MANAGEMENT - MUHAMMED SHAFEEK. M, JITHESH. M. AYURVEDIC SOLUTIONS FOR THE COMPLEXITIES OF INTERPERSONAL RELATIONS IN THE WEB OF LIFE - THUSHARA JOY RASAYANAAS A PUBLIC HEALTH TOOL IN COMMUNICABLE DISEASES 370 - 386 MANAGEMENT OF INFECTIOUS DISEASES OF EYE THROUGH AYURVEDA-AYANARAJ B SUJATHAMMA K, N.ANJANEYA MURTHY CONCEPT OF RUTU HARITAKI-A PHENOMENALAPPROACH . LOKESH T, KIRANKUMAR K, SHAILAJA HIWALE THE CONCEPT OF RASAYANA AS AN ADJUVANT THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF RAJAYAKSHAMA VIS-A-VIS PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS - MANISHA TALEKAR, SEVATKAR B.K, BANA ASHWINI, MANDAL S.K. ROLE OF RASAYANA IN COMMUNICABLE DISEASE - TUBERCULOSIS - NAGAPADMA, SHALINI.C. ELI ROLE OF RASAYANA IN COMMUNICABLE DISEASES - SAROJINI D' BYADIGI AN ASSESSMENT OF MANASIKA BHAVAS IN MENOPAUSAL SYNDROME AND ITS MANAGEMENT. - RAJPUT SHIVSHANKAR, L.P.DEI, KHYATI SANTWANI , RASAYANA AS A PUBLIC HEALTH TOOL - TO DEVELOP IMMUNITY - SOUMYA.K.R, JANARDHANA HEBBAR, KRISHNA MURTHY.M.S REHABILITATION OF PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS PATIENT WITH THE HELP OF KHARJURADI GHRITA AND PRANAYAM - SUPRIYA KURANE, YASMEEN KHAN, S.D.WAGHMARE Book of Abstracts I xxlv t . ;r"rfi"*l,,-* * ,
    • ildr.i;.i,l,iru" Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seninar on Ayurveda for Public Health TE - OR 9 ROLE OF RASAYANA IN PREVENTING THE DEGENERATIVE OPHTHALMIC CONDITIONS. . UNNIKRISHNAN S, AMARNATH HK 1E. OR 1O RASAYANA CLINICAL IN CO-OPERATION FOR THE EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF COMMUNICABLE DISEASES. - ANANDRAJ SS, UNNIKRISHNAN G, NIRANJANY IE . PO 1 APPLICATION OF RASAYANA IN CURRENT PRACTICE -AJAY PAUL, Z,ENICA D'SOUZA 16 - PO 2 RASAYANA AS A PUBLIC HEALTH TOOL IN COMMUNICABLE DISEASE - AJIL K V, P P BHASKARAN EE . PO 3 ROLE OF RASAYANAS IN AGEING -AMRITHA RAJAN, NIRANJAN RAO, SHREEKANTH U IE - PO 4 THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF RASAYANA. VINEETHA V, SUBRAT KUMAR OJHA, RUDRA PRATAP VERMA, K.VENKAT SHIVUDU, G.P.RAMREDDY. IE - PO 5 AN AYURVEDIC VIEW OF INFECTIOUS DISEASE IN GYNAECOLOGY . ARPANA JAIN, RAMADEVI G. 18 _ PO 6 RASAYANA AS A TOOL IN COMMUNICABLE DISEASES - ARUN 5 R 16 _ PO 7 RASAYANA AS A PUBLIC HEALTH TOOL IN COMMUNICABLE DISEASES - HARISH CHAKRA, J.R.JOSHI 1E _ PO 8 THE ROLE OF RASAYANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ARBUDA - A CONCEPTUAL STUDY - JEEJA C., M.M.ABDUL SHUKKOOR, G.CHANDRA KUMAR I6 - PO 9 ROLE OF RASYANA AS IMMUNOMODULATOR IN DIFFERENT COMMUNICABLE DISEASES - KUMARI MANJU., DURGAWATI DEVI 18 - PO 1O RASAYANA. AN AYURVEDIC APPROACH FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF COMMUNICABLE . DISEASES . NIDHI SHARMA, CH. SADANANDAM 16 - PO 11 , RASAYANA AS A PUBLIC HEALTH TOOL IN COMMUNICABLE DISEASES - NISCHAY BIDADA., N SATYAPRASAD ROLE OF RASAYANA IN BALA. RAJESHWARI.M.KAMBI, R.APPAJI RAO, RASHMI. V. SH ETTER A CRITICAL STUDY OF JWARAGHNA MAHAKASHAYA IN FEVERS OF VIRAL ORGIN ON THE BASIS OF RASAPANCHAKAAND CHEMOTAXONOMY. SREEDEVI K.G, SARA MONSY OOMMEN, P.Y ANSARY 16 - PO 14 ] RASAYANA AS A PUBLIC HEALTH TOOL IN COMMUNICABLE DISEASES - SURYA ; PRAKASH Theme : ,*USCULO-SKELETALAILMENTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON IAARMA 387 - 413 {s'u;€ 16-PO12 18-PO13 19 - OR'1 19-OR2 19-OR3 I t9 - oR,4 i 19 - OR'5 19-OR6 19-OR7 l l 19-OR8 r CLINICAL STUDY ON AGNIKARMA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SANDHIVATA W.S.R TO OSTEOARTHRITIS OF KNEE JOINT. ANEESH .V. SARMAT.5., DUDHAMAL, S.K.GUPTA V.D. MAHANTA KURPARA MARMA CHIKITSA :A NEW DIMENSION lN NON-PHARMACOLOGICAL TREATMENT OF CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS. . ASHUTOSH KUMAR PATHAK, H. H. AWASTHI, AJAI KR. PANDEY VAISVANARA CHURNAAND VAITARANA BASTI FOR RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS - CHATAN LOWANG, BISHNU PRASAD SARMA EFFECT OF KALA VASTI (WITH ERANDA NIRUHA VASTI AND VAJIGANDADYA TAILA ANUVASANA VASTT) rN GRTDHRASI VATA W.S.R TO S|CAT|CA PILOT STUDY - DASARI SOUJANYA, CH.SADANANDAM REVITEW OF SNAYUPRADOSHAJA VTKARA AND tTS MANAGEMENT - DEEPTHI JAWAHAR, PRASANNA N.MOGASALE EFFICACY OF PAARIJATA KASHAYA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF GRIDHRASI VIs.A-VIs SCIATICA . DILEEP KUMAR, VIDYANATH R EFFIACACY OF AGNIKARMA IN THE MANEGMENT OF GRIDHRASI WS.R TO SCIATICA . A CLINICAL STUDY - DIVYA B, MAHESH T. N, SWATI 5. DESHPANDE ROLE OF URDHWABHAGA SHODHANA BEFORE BASTI KARMA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF GRIDHRASI WSR TO SCIATICA - GOKUL NARAYAN, VINAYKUMAR K N, KIRAN M GOUD BookofAbstracfs I xxv
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 tnternational Seninar on Ayurveda for Public Health €iiJ- 19-OR9 19,OR10 19 - OR'tl 19-OR12 19-OR13 19-OR14 A19 - OR 15 19-OR16 19-OR17 19-OR18 '19 - OR 19 19 - OR 20 19-OR21 19 - OR22 UPANAHA SWEDA AND WAX THERAPY IN JANU SANDHIGATA VATA W.S.R.TO OSTEOARTHRITIS OF KNEE JOINT.A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY' LAKSHMEEsHA.K.5, SANATH KUMAR.D.G, N.S.SHETTAR A CLINICAL STUDY ON EFFECT OF SAHACHARA TAILA AND BALA TAILA MATRA BASTI tN THE MANAGEMENT OF SANDHIGATA VATA (OSTEOARTHRITIS) - NAVEEN BADIGER, RASAVAHA SROTAS KRIYAVIKRUTIJANYA AMAVATA ME GUDUCHYADI CHURNA (GUDUCHI & SHUNTHI CHURNA) AUR ERANDA TAIL KA SHARIR KRIYATMAKA ADHAYANA - PANKAJ KOTHARI, GAUTAM BHAISARE, HEMRAJ MEENA A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF KATI BASTI AND SHORT WAVE DIATHERMY ON GRIDHRASI W.S.R TO SCIATICA - PRADEEPSANKAR.S, S.G.PRASANNA AITHAL AYURVEDIC APPROACH TO DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF MUSCULO SKELETAL DISORDER OF HANDIGODU (HANDIGODU SYNDROME) - PRATIBHA ROLE OF GUDUCHI RASAYANA lN FROZEN SHOULDER (AVABAHUKA) WITH REFERENCE TO MARMA SHARIR - PRATIBHA K.ATRAM, J.H.MHAISEKAR CLINICAL EVALUATION OF DASHMOOLA PANCHTIKTA BALA KSHEERA BASTI AND JAANU BASTI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SANDHIGATA VATA VIS.A-VIS OSTEOARTHRITIS - PRAVIN KUMAR RAI CLINICAL EVALUATION OF 'PANCHTIKTA GHRITA GUGGULU" ON MAJJAKSHYA - RITESH, C.R. YADAV EFFICACY OF VIRECHANA KARMA AND VAMANA PURVAKA VIRECHANA KARMA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF EKAKUSHTA W.S.R. TO PSORIASIS -A COMPARATIVE STUDY - ROHIT MEHTA, VINAYKUMAR K.N, KIRAN M GOUD EFFECT OF CERTAIN PANCHAKARMA TREATMENTS lN GRIDHRASI (W.S.R TO DEGENERATIVE DISC DISEASE) - A CASE STUDY - S. SANGEETA SHARMA, SANTOSHKUMAR BHATTED A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF NIMBADI PRATISARANEEYA KSHARA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ARSHAS W.S.R TO II DEGREE HAEMORRHOIDS - SRINIVASA REDDY BANDI, SURYA PRAKASH,, B.SATYANARAYANA, V' SUDHA KUMARI A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY OF SHAMANA NASYA AND BRIMHANA NASYA IN CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS . SUNANDA, ABDULKHADER, VINAYKUMAR.K.N, KIRAN M GOUD A CASE STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF GUDUCHYADI YAPANA VASTI IN AVASCULAR NECROSIS OF HIP JOINT - R. VASU, N. SAROJA, J. SRINIVASULU,N. SATYA PRASAD EFFICACY OF ISHTIKA SWEDA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF VATA KANTAKA - V. SHETTAR, VIKAS.M. CHAVAN EFFICACY OF ISHTIKA SWEDA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF VATA KANTAKA-VIKAS.M. CHAVAN, R.V. SHETTAR MUSCULO SKELETAL DISORDERS AND MARMA - YASMEEN G KHAN, D.V.SHUKLA OSTEOARTHRITIS AND ITS MANAGEMENT THROUGH AYURVEDA . YEIN KHAM HAILOWNG, BISHNU PRASAD SARMA MU SC U LOS KELETAL AI LMENT AFFECTI NG KATI KATARU NA - AN D KU KU N DARA MARMA, AISWARIYA SATH EESH, R. K. PATI L MUSCULOSKELETAL AILMENTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON MARMA - ANOOP AJIT MUSCULOSKELETAL AILMENTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON MARMA - APARNA ARALI EFFECT OF KARPASATHAYDI THAILA NASYAM IN APABAHUKAM- KIRAN B NAIR, D.JAYAPRAKASH MUSCULOSKELETAL AILMENTS OF THE ANKLE JOINT WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON MARMA - LALITA SHARMA, J.N.PANDEY MUSCULO-SKELETAL AILMENTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON MARMA - A CONCEPTUAL STUDY . DR.MIDHUN MOHAN cLtNlcAL MANAGEMENT OF APABAHUKA IFROZEN SHOULDER] THROUGH NASYA AND NASAAPANA PRIYADARSHINI, PRAVEENKUMAR.H.BAGALI AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF DUCHENNE MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY - RADHIKA 19 oR 23 oR 24 oR 25 19 19 19-PO2 '19 - PO 3 '19, PO 1 19-PO4 19-PO5 19 - PO 6 19-PO7 19-PO8 Book of Abstracfs I xxvl
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health I NJAMU RI PANCHAKARMA CHIKITSA IN VATARAKTA - SAHIL BASOTRA, U.V.PURAD AGANTHUJA VRANA WITH MODERN CORRELATION AND ITS MANAGEMENT SATHEESH V DEV, SHARADHA B S, VISHWANATH SHARMA, SHAILAJA 5 V, N. ANJANEYA MOORTHY, KIRAN M GOUD VRANITHOPASANA - A MODREN VIEW - SHYAMSUNDARUPADHYA SHANKAR, SHAILAJA, ANJANEYA MOORTHY, KIRAN M GOUD CLINICAL EVALUATION OF ASTHIKSHAYA VIS-A-VI5 OSTEOPOROSIS AND ITS MANAGEMENT THROUGH KSHIRAVASTI AND SHAMANAUSHADHISNEHA, SANJAY KADLIMATTI, A I SANAKAL ROLE OF STHANIKA TAILADHARA WITH UPANAHA IN JANUSANDHIGATA VATA W.S.R TO OA OF KNEE JOINT - A CONCEPTUAL STUDY - VIJAYALAKSHMI S, MAHESH T N, MURALIDHARA A CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE THERAPEUTIC EFFECT OF VATARAKTANTAK RASA AND LEKHANA BASTI IN VATARAKTA - VISHNURAJ.S, PATIL K.V. ROLE OF NASYA BYANU TAILAND SNEHAN BY MASHADI TAIL IN AVABAHUK W.S.R. TO FROZEN SHOULDER - YOGITA G.BHALCHIM, H.S.BHIVGADE Theme : SCOPE OF AYURVEDA lN REHABILITATIVE MEDICINE 414 - 415 PO9 PO 10 19 - PO 11 19 - PO',tz 19 - PO 't3 19-PO14 19-PO15 20-oR-1 Theme : 21-OR1 21-OR2 21,OR3 2'1 -OR4 SCOPE OF AYURVEDA IN REHABILITATIVE MEDICINE - A CASE STUDY - KIRAN.K.G, FRONTIERS IN SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH AND AYURVEDA 416 , 432 STUDY ON ANTI MICROBIALACTIVITY, CHEMICALANALYSIS AND CLINICAL EFFICACY (EVALUATED THROUGH ANAL MNOMETRY STUDY) OF KSHARA SUTRA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF FISTULA IN ANO-A.A.J.P.KUMARA, D.L.JAYARATNE, J.A LIYANAGE, , D.J.ANTONY A COMPARATIVE STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF i UKTASHUKTI BHASInIA AND SHANKHA BHASIAA ON AMALPITTA . CHANDRAKAR ANJU,KARBHAL KAMLESHWAR SI NGH NADI PAREEKSHA - A NEW SCIENTIFIC APPROACH - ANU UTHARA PIOUS, N I SHAKUMARI TO ASSESS THE EFFICACY OF KAYASEKA IN SPORTS MEDICINE IN IMPROVING THE OVERALL PERFORMANCE OF MIDDLE DISTANCE RUNNERS - BABYRASNA, NANCY BABY, K.RAVISANKARAN DRUG INTERACTIONS BETWEEN AYURVEDIC AND ALLOPATHIC MEDICINES - DHANYA NANOTECHNOLOGY PAVING WAY FOR THE BETTER USE OF HERBAL MEDICINES OF AYURVEDA - MANASA B. K., DR T SHRIDHARA BAIRY NANOTECHNOLOGY PAVING WAY FOR THE BETTER USE OF HERBAL MEDICINES OF AYURVEDA- MANASA B. K., T SHRIDHARA BAIRY. AN ANORECTAL MANOMETERY STUDY IN ACUTE FISSURE IN ANO - PESHALA KKVs, SAHU M, SINGH L HERBAL DRYING _A NOVEL QUALITY ASSURANCE PRACTICE - P.RAJESH A NASAL ENDOSCOPIC ANALYTICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF SNEHA, CHURNA, SVARASA AND DHUMA NASYA ON THE NASAL MUCOSA - RASHMI C. SUVARNA, SUJA K. SREEDHAR. LOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF THE CONCEPT OF AVARTHANA - POTENTIATION - SARAN BABU, VINAY R KADIBAGIL SWARNA PRASANA AND NANO GOLD HELTH BENEFITS . VENU SASIKUMAR DRUG DOSAGE FORMS lN ASHTANGA HRIDAYA: A STATISTICAL ANALYSIS'AMEY 71 z1 z1 z1 21 21 21 21 21 oR5 oR6 oR7 oR8 oR9 oR 10 oR 11 oR 12 oPl Book of Abstracts I xxvii
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health 21-OP2 21-OP3 21-oP4 21-OP5 21-OP6 71-OP7 21-OP8 21 -oP9 21 -OP10 Theme : 22 - OR'1 22-OR2 Theme: 23 - OR'l 23-OR2 23-OR3 23-OR4 23-OR5 23-OR6 23-OR7 23-OR8 23-OR9 23-OR10 RATNAKAR GAIDHANI, T.D. SHREEKUMAR SHUKLA VARGA : A SUPPLEMENT OF CALCIUM IN HUMANBEINGS - CHANDRAKAR ANJU, , KARBHAL KAMLESHWAR SINGH' CONCEPT OF EUGENICS IN AYURVEDA- GAURAV SONI, J. MANOHAR, VIKASH BHATNAGAR, SANDEEP LAHANGE CONCEPT OF EUGENICS IN AYURVEDA - GAURAV SONI, . J. MANOHAR, . VIKASH BHATNAGAR, SANDEEP LAHANGE EMOTIONAL QUOTIENT- AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE - MADHUSHREE R.N, SUHAS KUMAR SHETTY' NARAYANA PRAKASH B GOOD LABORATARY PRACTICES RAHUL UNNITHAN., GAZALA HU55AIN, BASAVARAJ Y.GANTI THE CANDID PICTURE: NANO-MEDICINE THE NEW FRONTIER OF SCIENCE AND AYURVEDA - RAVISHANARASIMHA MURTHY AMIRACLE OFAYURVEDASCIENCE, TRANSFORMING METALS INTO GOLD - RITURAJ PRAJAPATI, POSSIBLE UTILIZATION OF SOME BOTANICALS FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF SOIL PATHOGENIC FUNGI AND PHYTONEMATODES ON LENS CULINARIS AND VIGNA MUNGO - SARTAJ A. TIYAGI, SAFIUDDIN, ROSE RIZVI AND I. MAHMOOD GOLD BHASMA AND NANOTECHNOLOGY . TRUPTIPATIL -BHOLE, ASMITAWELE IT, BT IN AYURVEDAAND MEDICINAL PLANTS CONSERVATION 433 - 435 RAPID MICROPROPAGATION TECHNIQUES FOR CONSERVATION OF ERYNGIUM FOETIDUM L. - A POTENTIAL MEDICINAL HERB. . CHANDRIKA R, THARASARASWATHI K J, SHIVAKAMESHWARI M N, SOME ETHNOMEDICINAL PLANTS OF TRIBAL INHABITED LOCALITIES OF SILLEVANI PLATEAU OF CHHINDWARA DISTRICT (M.P.) - SANJAY PAWAR, NIKHIL KANUNGO TOXICOLOGY - AN AREA OF STRENGTH IN AYURVEDA 436 - 453 DRUGLESS DETOXIFICATION. CUPPING THERAPY IN RELATION WITH UNANI MEDICINE: A REVIEW - ALI SAJA, N FAHAMIYA, MSM SHIFFA RECENT RESEARCHES IN SINGLE HERBAL DRUG USE IN SNAKE POISONING - AMALA JYOTHI, ASWINIKUMAR S BHARTI AQUEOUS ROOT EXTRACT OF OPHIORRHIZA MUNGOS: A PLANT ANTIDOTE AGAINST DABOIA RUSSELII (RUSSELL'S VIPER) VENOM - ANASWARA KRISHNAN S, DILEEPKUMAR R., OOMMEN V. OOMMEN THE APPLICATION OF THE CONCEPT OF DOOSHIVISHA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PSORIASIS-AN EXPLORATION - ANUSHA SHAJI.R, INDU. P. B RAHUL R NAIR, A.K MURALEEDHARAN A CASE STUDY ONTHYROID CA - THE SCOPE OF AGADATANTRA IN ONCOLOGY . ASWATHY S THE ROLE OF AYURVEDIC IN SNAKE BITE MANAGEMENT WSR TO PIT VIPER ENVENOMATION - RAJASREE T R, A.K. MURALEEDHARAN RAHUL H AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON EVALUATION OF ANALGESIC EFFECT OF ABHRAKA BHASMA PREPARED WITH DATTURA PATRA SWARASA - RASHMI KALA H.B, PRAVEEN S. PALLED , SHOBHA.G,HIREMATH RATIONALITY OF TRADITIONAL DETOXIFICATION METHODS OF POISONS W.5.R. , VATSANABHA (ACONITUM FEROX) MARANA & LD5O SANDEEP VISHNU BINORKAR RASHTRAPAL N. UKEY AYURVEDIC ASPECT OF RABIES & ITS MANAGEMENT - SHARAD M. PORTE CONCEPT OF VISHA DRAVYAS AND ITS PHARMACOLOGICAL ACTION IN AYURVEDA - SHIVAPRASAD J. SONAR Book of Abstracts I xxviii -
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    • Globai Ayurveda Festival - 2A1 4 lnternatlonai Seninar cn Ayurveda for F*blie Heaiffi 01 - oRl ROLE OF ROOKSHANA AS POORVAKARMA FOR VAMANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF STHULA MADHUMEHI W.S.R. TO NIDDM AEARSH D RAJ, S.G.PRASANNAAITHAL DEPT OF P.G. STUDIES IN PANCHAKARMA, ALVA'S AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MOODBIDRI, o.(, xaRunraxa Eternity of Ayurveda cannot be denied by catting rudety unscientific without knowing its integrity and credibility and by unseeing profound proofs. Rapid urbanization has changed the life style and dietary habits producing severaI diseases. Among them Diabetes is a chronic metabotic disorder, burning and chaltenging probtem for medical science with worldwide distribution.Madhumeha is one of the Mahagadas in which maximum number of trotas gets vitiated with the vitiation of almost attthe Dhatus and Ojas due to which the condition of the patient affticted with Madhumeha goes deteriorating.Perhaps taking this point into consideration Vagbhata has advised to perform Rookshana PurvakaSnehana prior to performing Shodhana particutarty in case of Mamsala, Medura, Bhurishteshma and Vishamagni patients. SthutaMadhumeha is also one such condition where Kapha, Pitta Mamsa and Meda were increasedand obstructsVata in turn aggravated Vata drags the Ojas in to Basti manifest AvaranajanyaMadhumeha. .This paper contains a detait ctinicaI study performed tosee whether Rookshana performed prior to Snehapana in Vamana Karma has any beneficiat effect over classicaI Vamana in SthutaMadhumehi. Key words : Madhumeha, Rookshana, Snehapana, Vamana. 01 - oR2 A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF PERMUTATIONS AND COMBINATIONS OF TRIKATU IN MAHOUSHADHA NIGHANTU W.S.R LIFESTYLE DTSORDERS ANITI KULKARNI, SARA MONSY OOMEN, P.Y.ANSARY DEPT OF DRAVYAGUNA, GOVT. AYURVEDA COLLEGE, TRIPUNITHURA, ADITIOs@GMAIL.COM Ayurveda is the treasure of healing by use of medicinal plants and minerals. During the last few decades there has been an increasing interest in the study of medicinaI ptants and their various combinations in tapping their therapeutic potentiat. There is no dearth of combination of drugs to treat wide range of diseases in the classicat treatises of Ayurveda. Acharyas have designed every yoga using yukti pramana. There is togic behind use of various permutations and combinations of yogas, thereby providing broad spectrum therapeutic action and justifying its usage in muttipte indications. Trikatu is one such widety used combination inAyurvedic system of medicine and is also poputar in lndian househotd. Trikatu is a unique combination of Sunthi (Zingiber officinale Rosc), Pippati(Piper longum Linn) and Maricha(Piper nigrum Linn).lt is indicated in Kasa- shwasa, gatarogas, sthoutya etc When used atong with other drugs Trikatu enhances the bio-availabitity of active constituents of the co-drugs in the target area of disease. The Nighantu [iterature is one of the important aspects in study of Ayurveda and especia[[y in subject of Dravyaguna. Many important dravyas and their unique combinations have come into tight from the Nighantus. Mahaushadha nighantu of 19 th centuryAD has cottection of some of the important dravyas from the classics and has atso inctuded Book of Abstrads i 2
    • GlcbalAYurueda Fesiiua/ - 2S14 lnternatisnal ,geminar cn Ayurveda 'isr Pub/ic Healttt dravyas and few yogas which are used in daity practice by vaidyas. Three divisions of Trikatu have been mentioned in Sankhya varga of Mahoushadha nighantu namety 1)Mukhya trikatukam 2)Madhyama trikatukam 3)Kshudra trikatukam. ln this paper, a humbte attempt in terms of a conceptual study is being made to understand the retevance of Trivadha trikatu in the context of Lifestyte disorders of the prqsent era like dystipidemia, diabetes mellitus and Hypertension. Hypothetical inference is drawn by yoga anatysis of Trividha trikatu based on Ayurvedic and modern pharmacological parameters in [ifestyte disorders. Key words Trividha trikatu, Lifestyte disorders 01 - oR3 ROLE OF PATHYA AND APATHYA IN PREVENTING LIFESTYLE RELATED EYE DISEASES AISWA,RYA P, HAtrlSAVENl V, SUJATI{AMiAA K, N AI'IJANEYA 'AURTHY DEPT. OF SHALAKYA TANTRA, SKAMCH&RC, BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, AISWARYAP@GMAIL.COM, Eyes are precious as they are our window to the wortd. Even though eye is one of the most important organs in human body, peopte neglect it and rarety pay attention untiI there is some serious probtem. The urbanization in the tife styte which inctudes smoking, consumption of atcohot, exposure to suntight, staying in air conditioned room for long hours, irregular food habits, restless steep and employment stress lead to occurrence of diseases termed under tife styte diseases tike diabetes, hypertension, hypothyroidism, obesity and cardiac diseases. These tife styte diseases in turn cause organic changes especialty eyes in very short period than usual [ike cataract, diabetic retinopathy, macutar degeneration, retinaI occlusion, degenerative myopia, gtaucoma and so on. These diseases account for 50 - 65% of cases wortdwide leading to btindness. Ayurveda has been evolved for the maintenance as wetI as achievement of equitibrium state of dosa, dhatu and matas. lt gives more emphasis on prevention rather than treatments. The preventive measures consist of various pathya ahara and vihara, dinacharya and ritucharya to protect the eyes and avoid different disorders. The various techniques employed for this purpose tike Anjana(cottyrium), Padabhyanga(foot massage), Nasya(nasat drops), Abhyanga(massage), Netra vyayama(eye exercise), Yoga and Pranayama as a prophylactic measure is presented in the paper. A brief overview of tifestyte related eye diseases, importance of foltowing these measures in preventing it, how it has to be performed, its action and rationatity of these procedures is also exptained in the paper. 01 - oR4 ROLE OF SUSRUTOKTA NASYA IN SINUSITIS ALOK C ANANB vAr SAKH, u DAYA J u N cr I oN, KALAN Joo R P. o., tilii[itlL'IJi,i.lli [iiaii Sinusitis is an infection of the Para nasal sinus and the nose, most commonty caused by Streptococcus pneumoniae, Morexetta cattarhalis. Accumutation of mucus in the sinus secondary to obstruction and inftammation facititates pathogen growth. Ctinicat symptoms Eook ofAbsfracis i 3
    • Global.Ayu,"reda Fesliva/ " 2*J4 lnternatianal Semrnar or,' Avurveda far Fublle Health include mucopurutent nasal discharge, nasaI congestion, and facial pain or, tenderness lasting 7 to 28 days during attack. The clinical features of sinusitis bear resembtance with "Suryavarta" as described in the Ayurvedic texts. According to Ayurveda, the main dosha invotved is vayu and kapha. Here Susrutokta Nasya can be used to decongest the sinus ostium and to get retieved from the symptoms of sinusitis. This common respiratory tract infection which often goes undiagnosed and untreated may lead to devetopment of complications [ike abscess, cettulitis, epiduraI empyema, osteomyelitis, and meningitis. Key words :- 5lNUSlTlS, NASYA, SURYAVARTA 01 - oR5 EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF BHADRADI ASTHAPANA VASTI IN .STHOULYA' Ars'tlYA th{ON5tH, SRINIVASA REEDY C.M DEPARTMENT OF PANCHKARNA, S.J.G. AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, P.G. STUDIES AND RESEARCH CENTRE, KOPPAL, KARNATAKA, AMIYABHONSLE@GMAIL.COM ln Ayurveda chikitsa is broadly classified into two parts shodhana and shamana. Here atso shodhana occupies first ptace. Among five shodhana procedures Vasti is one among them and it has been catled asArdhachikhtsa. Sthoulya is considered underAshtanidhita purushas. The persons life who is suffering from sthoutya roga becomes miserabty pathetic because of the doshas [ike hampered physical activity, hampered sexual life, extreme lassitude, proneness to dangerous diseases, above alI decreases the span of tife. Obesity is an upcoming burning problem and it is the mother of att the diseases. Hence the present study i.e. evatuation the efficacy of Bhadradi Asthapana vasti in sthoulya is under taken to assess the effect of this vasti over sthoulya. The objectives of the study are to evaluate the efficacy of Vastikarma in sthoulya and. The study is a prospective ctinicaI traiI in a singte group of 30 patients where alI the patients received Bhadradi Asthapana Vasti for 8 days in yoga vasti krama and as component of yoga vasti schedule Anuvasana vasti with Murchita tila taila is used. And a parihara kala (fottow up) of 16 days is given. Subjective parameters are the chief and associated complaints of sthoulya. And objective parameters are weight, BMI and body circumference. Assessments aredone before and after the treatment. Among 30 patients 2 (6.66%) patients were shown good response i.e. above 70% in signs and symptoms, 17 (56.66%) patients responded moderately i.e.50-70% in signs and symptoms and 11 (36.66%l patients responded mitdty i.e.36.66% in signs and symptoms. atlthe subjective and objective parameters showed highty significant. Sthoutya is a medo doshaja vyadhi and atso one among the kaphaja nanatmaja vyadhis. As kapha and meda are having ashrayashrayi bhava. Vata is considered as upadravakaraka in sthoutya. The vastidravyas are having the property of kaphavata shamaka, lekhaniya, etc. This vasti acts as karshana vasti too. So this Bhadradi asthapana vasti is an apt choice in sthoulya. Key words: Bhadradi asthapana vasti ; sthoutya ; BMI ; obesity ; meda doshja ; tekhaniya ; kaphaja nanatmaja vyadhi ; Ashtanidhita purusha ; yoga vasti ; good, moderate and mild response. Bcok cl Abstracls i 4
    • fflabalAYurueda Festival '241 4 lnternatisnal Semlnar on Ayurveda fat Public l'lea{th '01-oR6 ROLE OF LEKHANA VASTI WITH VARAADI KWATHA IN STHAULYA W.S.R TO OBESITY-A PILOT STUDY An4R UTHA CHAITANYA eH. SADANAN nAtv{ P.G.DEPT.OF PANCHAKARMA, B.R.K.R. GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE HYDERABAD (A.P.), D RC HAITANYAS RI N IVAS@GMA I L. COM, Obesity is a mutti-factoria[ disorder, which is often associated with many other diseases such as DM, HTN, CHD, OA, infertitity etc., ln Ayurveda Sthaulya has been described since very earty days. Susrutha described Lekhana vasti in su.chi.38/82, which can be used in Sthautya. ln present study Lekhana vasti with Varaadi kwatha was used to evatuate its role in case of Sthautya. Obese Patients were selected from O.P.D of B.R.K.R. Govt. Ayurvedic Cottege Hyderabad, on the basis of wt, BMl, body circumferences etc., 2 cycles of Lekhana vasti were given to each setected patient in form of gdays(ka'khi.8/17&25)1 Anuvasana in between 3 Lekhana vasti(A.H.5u.19/60) with gap of 10days in between two cyctes. The assessment of overall effect of therapy was done based on change in relevant examinations before & after treatment. And results found were encouraging. However stitt now there is no effective medicine in modern medicine. So, mankind hopes to search the perfect remedy from Ayurveda by its hotistic approach. ln this present study Lekhana vasti with Varaadi kwatha was tried and significant resutts were found in case of Sthaulya. 01 - oR7 HERBAL OIL COMPOSITION: AN ULTIMATE TREATMENT OF ALL THE FORMS OF DIABETES WITHIN FEW HOURS ANIL KU}AAR GUPTA H EAD, D E PA RrME N r o F c H EM I sr RY oou . ?tlrol?+isJ'h JJ6. i3 : iri The oral anti-diabetic drugs and insutin, taken by diabetic patients are atways associated with either hypogtycemia or hypergtycemia and these medicines do nothing to give retief in the true sense of the terms.To prevent the condition of hypogtycaemia, patients keep on consuming sugar side by side atong with medicines but in disproportion, that again increases the sugar [eve[ (hypergtycemia). lt has been very difficutt to controt the highs and lows of sugar [eve[ and when these stages become stubborn, lead to a series of comptications in brain, kidneys, heart, eyes, nerves and major arteries . People were not found to be judicious about these medicines and kept oscittating between oral drugs and exogenous insulin. Therefore a newer treatment was constantty needed. Generatly, two types of insutin are found, one is endogenous which is secreted inside the body and other is exogenous which is given to the patient as a foreign body. The mechanism of endogenous and exogenous insulin in lowering down the excess of btood gtucose in the human body is entirety different. ln a non diabetic person, it is the endogenous insutin which metabotizes the btood glucose to form ATP but contrary to this in diabetic person, it is the gtucose which behave as anti body and is consumed to etiminate oral anti diabetic drugs and exogenous insulin(xenobiotics) from the body and blood glucose level is decreased. ln the present investigation, a herbal oiI composition containing various SoakofAbslracis j 5
    • Slabal Ayurved* F e stiv al - 2A I 4 lnternatianal $eminar on Ayurveda far Public flealth hydroxyt compounds was prepared as a newer and uttimate treatment of att the forms of diabetes such as:type-1 1, type 1, juvenite and gestational diabetes. Herbal oil composition is a mixture of aromatic hydroxyt compounds, alcoholic terpineots and unsaturated fat which include alpha terpineols, [inaloot, geraniot, citronellol, alpha santatot, eugenol and extra virgin otive oi[. The aromatic hydroxyt compounds and atpha terpineots were obtained by fractionat distillation of particular combination and ratio of turpentine, jasmine, rose, lemon grass and sandal wood oit. When two mt of the oit is massaged over both the tegs between knee to ankle portion, the drug is absorbed through the skin into the btood suppty and passes to the liver, where -OH Groups present in the drug neutratize various -OH groups tinked in blood gtucose to form O -gtucuronide, which is excreted from the body and excess blood glucose is released. ln case the glucose levet reaches below 100 mg/dt, the O- gtucuronide is immediatety hydrotysed in gut to gtucose and the hydroxyl constituent, to prevent hypogtycaemia because gtucose is recycted to liver due to entero hepatic circutation. lndia need an aggregate growth rate of 8% per anum to create new job opportunities. Production would revive if there are new investments in the demand creating industries. Spa industry for diabetes management may be an ideal key sector to solve this probtem. lt does not come as a surprise that this new industry will offer tucrative career options to those who are competitive. 01 - oR8 CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION THROUGH TAKRA DHARA ANNAPUR,NA DAMBAL PG SCHOLAR, POST GRADUATE DEPARTMENT OF KAYACHIKITSA, RAJIV GANDHI EDUCATION SOCIETY'5 AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, HOSPITAL; P.G. STUDIES AND RESEARCH CENTRE, RON - 582209, D IST: - GADAG, KARNATAKA Hypertension is the commonest condition, which is affecting the human race. The controI of blood pressure being an important factor to the heatth and longevity of man. The study of hypertension continues to be one of the most inteltectuatty stimutating chaItenges. Needless to say hypertension is curse of modern, ultra urbanization. Physicat and mental stress and strain are the main two cutprits ptaying the major rote. WHO has rightty stressed that any study of hypertension is incomptete untess further studies are done. To determine the presence of specific etiologicaI factors and presence or absence of complications. The symptoms usuatly seen in hypertension are headache, giddiness, vertigo, patpitation, chest pain, some time bturred vision etc. There is no direct resembtance of hypertension in Ayurveda but the ctinicaI condition of hypertension resembtance to many conditions mentioned in our classics [ike Raktagata Vata, Ma.Ni.22l 6, Raktavruta Vata As.Hr.16/39, Pranavruta Udana Vata Cha.5u.20, Siragata Vata Cha.Chi.28/36, Rudhira Mada Cha.Su.24. Stress factor ptay a major rote in the causation of hypertension, which may sometimes cost once [ife. The conventional therapies do not have major say in satisfactory management of hypertension. Hence an attempt is being made to effettivety control the btood pressure through Takra Dhara. Hypertension is an estabtished risk factor for atl clinical manifestation of arteriosclerosis. lt is a common and power fult, independent pre-disposing factor for devetopment of coronary heart disease, stroke, peripheral arterial disease and cardiac failure. The high prevatence of BockolAbsiraets | 6
    • Gle**/Ayurveda Festiva! ' 241 4 lnternatiaftal Serrltar ori Ayurveda far Publlt ftealth hypertension, its power futt impact on the incidence of cardio vascular diseasds and the potentiaI impact on the controI justify high priority, efforts to detect and treat elevated btood pressure. Cardio vascular disease squatty imposed by hypertension occur at a 2 to 4 fotd increased rate compared with Normotensive persons of the same age. Atthough the risk ratio it imposes is greatest for heart failure and least for coronary heart disease. The EssentiaI hypertensive patients diagnosed after repeated readings were setected. They were put on Amapachana for 3 days, in the mean time BP was recorded at different intervats. The management of hypertension so that its sequeI can be checked is our primary objective. The yoga which is selected for Takra Dhara comprises of Takra, Musta and Amataki. Efficacy of this Takra Dhara on hypertensive cases was done and appropriate recordings were done. Totatty 15 subjects were taken which was diagnosed and mitd and moderate degree of hypertension according to J.N.C.7 rote. On going through the recordings it is found that the Takra Dhara is having a very good therapeutic effect in controtling hypertension of mitd and moderate degree. 01 - oR9 A STUDY ON EFFICACY OF GOMUTRA ARKA IN PREVENTION OF ATI STHAULYA W.S.R. TO OBESITY ARJUN RAi'1, FRATN'IlBHA KULKARNI, SHIVAPRASAil Cl-IIPLUNKAR DEPARTMENT OF SHAREERA KRIYA, SDMCAH, HASSAN, PIN:573201, ARJUNRAM0318@GMAIL.COM Obesity is one of the burning problems gtobatty as it witl hamper the different systems in the body. An obese person is always prone to land up in comptications like Dyslipedemia, hypertension, coronary heart disease, diabetes metlitus, osteoarthritis, infertitity, impotency as we[[ as psychotogicat disorders [ike stress, anxiety, depression, etc. lt is not only a condition of the deposition of the fat in theAreotar tissues but it is a condition in which the utitization of the cottected fat is hampered. This is the reason why the treatment of it is highty difficutt. Gtobat incidence of mortality and morbidity is also highty atarming due to the secondary comptication of the Obesity that, controtting the obesity has been considered as the need of the hour. So the study is conducted on the efficacy of Gomutra Arka in prevention of Atistaulya.ln this clinicat study Group A (Gomutra arka), there were no sampte has got comptete remission, 27% sample has got of marked improvement, 66/o of moderate improvement,0T% of mitd improvement. But in case of Group B (Ptacebo), there were no sampte has got complete remission, marked improvement, moderate improvement.33% of mitd improvement and 67 % of samptes did not show any improvement. ln the pathogenesis of Sfhoutya, there is Kaphovriddhi, medodhatvagnimandya and vitiated yafa due to ovorano. So here Gomutra Arkais setected to breakdown its sampropti. The Gomutra arka is having Laghu, ushno, Theekshna Guna and lJshna Veeryo, may do the Shoshanc of the Pritvi and Jala Mahabhuta pradhana lvledho Dhatu. Above properties and actions of gomutra arka hetps in weight loss. ln the present study, group A (Gomutra arka) showed significant improvement in the reliving of the objective and subjective criteria's of Sthaulya patients, while the Placebo group stands second in retiving the symptoms. Keywords : Atisthaulya, Gomutra arka, Obesity. 8o*lr of Abslr*cls | /
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festival - 2A14 lnlemationa! Seninar an Ayurveda for Public Health 01 - oRl0 OBESITY- PREVENTION THROUGH AYURVEDA MODALITIES ARU N. K, S H IVAKU,I,{AR, M. B. KAVITA, T. B. TRI PATHY PG. DEPT. OF SWASTHAVRITTAAND YOGA, SDMCA, HASSAN, ARUNO41984@GMAIL.COM Obesity is by definition excess of fat storage rather than weight. Men with more than 25% of totat body weight and women with more than 30% total body fat are considered as obese. There are many different ways to classify obesity. ln accordance with endocrine and pathogen of metabolic disease obesity can be divided into simpte obesity, secondary obesity, and drug induced obesity. Obesity a growing heatth problem is the door to a lot of itlness and life -threatening conditions that can make our tife a tiving hett. About 30 mittion lndians are obese. lt include peopte with BMI of more than 30 and associated weight related co-morbid conditions such as diabetes, heart disease and many more. Ayurvedic classics have dealt this disease under the heading of Sthoutya. Acharya Charaka has described Sthoutya as one of the eight despicable persons (Ashta-nindita) in the context of body and also described eight kinds of Sthoutya complications- diminution of [ife span, quick onset of senility, difficutty in performing sex etc. Sthoulya is typical obesity involving medovriddhi which is described as chirkari, yapya.Therefore its management aspect remains symptomatic with troubtesome side effects. Sthoulya being a disease of muttifactor origin needs multidimensionalapproach towards its prevention. Sthoola persons are considered as sadatura and require regular and continuoustreatment; hence prevention is the best way of treating Sthoulya. Ayurveda has a novel approach towards as it doesn't look at the disease but health of a person in totality. The lacunae of modern science are fitled by the unique Ayurvedic approaches tike Dinacharya, Ritucharya, Aharavidhivisheshayatan, Aharavidhividhan etc. The proper implementation of which is a fundamental prevention strategy f or obesity. Keywords- obesity, Dinacharya, Ritucharya, Aharavidhivisheshayatan, Aharavidhividhan. 01 -oR11 OCCUPATIONAL PUBLIC HEALTH ANDPSORIASIS ANAYURVEDIC APPROACH ASAWARIARUNSATAV, ANJALI DESHPANDE, ASAWARI A. SATAV BHARATIYASANSKRUTIDARSHAN TRUST'5 AYURVED HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH Recentty the pubtic heatth issues have been changing very drasticatty. Previousty from the communicable diseases, to the current occupationaI diseases, Heart diseases, Chronic RenaI Faitures, and the metabotic diseases. The divergence of the tife styte from ideal to occupationat modifications [ike fast junk food, air conditioned environment, late night dinners, atcohot, excess of tea and coffee are the leading causes that Ayurveda have identified as the causatives of the skin diseases. Psoriasis is one of the up growing disease that is affecting the lT poputations and uttimatety affecting the pubtic heatth.This is a humbte effort to co retates the life styte disorders from the view of pubtic heatth issues and Ayurvedic treatment options in special concern with the Psoriasis. ln this study randomty we have identified the patients of the psoriasis from the community coming for the treatment to study centre. The occupational heatth issues are changing Book af Abstracts I I
    • $ic**/,4yunreda F*sfly;)l - 20 i 4 i{tlerrtatiafiai $er':ln*r sn A,yur';eda far Fublic Healtf day by day as the era advances. So in this study the efforts are made to find out the causes of the psoriasis one of the recent outcome of the occupationat heatth issues. The Ayurvedic treatment options with proper life styte modifications can improve the occupationat heatth so we shoutd observe the ideat tifestyte during our day to day tife to maintain the good heatth. Atlabove mentioned points witt be discussed in paper with the hetp of suitable and important references from different Ayurvedsamhitas. 01 - oR't2 VIRECHANA KARMA . A RECENT ADVANCEMENT IN THE MANAGEMENT OF METABOLIC SYNDROME ASHUTSSFI e HATURVEilI, ASF{VINr KUde{A,R ffi, RAVISF{ANK-&R S sDM COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA AND HOSPITAL, THANNIRUHALLA, BM ROAD HASSAN CentraI obesity is a leading preventabte cause of death worldwide, with increasing prevalence in adutts and chitdren, and authorities view it as one of the most serious pubtic heatth probtems of the 21st century. lt is defined as to the presence of excess fat in the abdominaI area. Of late, it has been shown that it has positive corretation with insulin resistance and is a strong risk factor for cardiovascular diseases and a strong predictor of future'diabetes metlitus. This reatization has brought the concept of measuring waist circumference as an indicator of insutin resistance. The ctustering of centraI obesity atong with any two among raised trigtycerides leveI reduced high density [ipoprotein cholestero[, raised btood pressure, raised fasting ptasma glucose is defined as metabolic syndrome (syndrome x). lt is estimated that20%-25% of south Asians have developed metabolic syndrome and many more may be prone to it. Virechana karma is one the treatment modatity for treating Santarpanajanya vikaras (tife style disorders). Virechana karma ctears the Srotoavarodha, normatizes the Agni and brings homeostasis of Tridoshas. Hence it was hypothesized that Virechana karma may be beneficial for treating Metabotic syndrome. A singte group preliminary study of 15 samptes was conducted to show effect of virechana karma over metabotic syndrome lt is conctuded that Virechana Karma provides better retief in the signs, symptoms and ctinicat tests of the patients of Metabotic Syndrome with p value > 0.001 %. Key words: Virechana, Metabolic syndrome, Iifestyle disorder. 01 - oR,t3 EFFECT OF SHIROTHALAM IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HYPERTENSION S I J U V I N AYA K, AS i{ V I N I K U &tA R,v1, A RYA N hl Ai'l E * $ D I R I SDM COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA AND HOSPITAL, THANNIRUHALLA, BM ROAD HASSAN, D RVI NAYAKBAMS@GMAI L. COM Hypertension is a ctinicat condition wherein the normal wett-being of an individuat is disrupted or it may also be the aftermath of other diseases.lt is defined as a chronic medicaI condition in which there is a persistent increase in the arteriaI btood pressure.Worldwide statistics reveal around 1 bittion individuats have hypertension, contributing to 7.1 mittion deaths per year. ln terms of Ayurveda, this condition may be attributed to disruption in the normal function of Vata Dosha.Shirothalam is inctuded 8o*&*fA&slr*eis i $
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - ZAi 4 lnternati*nal Seminar on Ayurveda far Public Health among Murdhni Taita.lt is a unique treatment modatity where a combination of appropriate Choorna and Sneha/Dravadravya is used according to theAvastha of Roga and Rogi.lt is found to have excetlent resutts in controlting Hypertension.Yet again, this procedure is easy to perform and can be done even in home. The mechanism of action of Shirothalam and its various combinations in hypertension wit[ be discussed and anatyzed scientifica[[y in the futl paper. Key words: Hypertension, Shirothatam, Murdhni Taita. 01 - oRl4 ROLE OF TALAKESHWARA RASA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SKIN DISEASES W S R TO VICHARCHIKA CHANNAVEERA, R,AVI R CHAVAN, M 5 DCINNAffiANI DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN RASASHASTRA TARANATH GOVT AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, BELLARY, KARNATAKA, DRCHANNUST@GMAIL.COM, Tatakeshwara rasa is one of the unique preparation of khatvi rasayana and widety used in various disease [ike vataraktha, ashtavidha kusta and swetha kusta. Tatakeshwara rasa has key ingredients [ike haratata bhasma and saindhava lavana in 1:3 proportions processed with Brungaraja swarasa for 7days. ln ayurvedic ctassics skin diseases were considered as one of the major probtem which is evident from its description under the broad heading of 'Kustha' which is further divided into Mahakustha and Kshudrakustha, Vicharchika is considered as a variety of kshudra kusta with dominancy of Pitta-Kapha dosha in which the main ctinical symptoms witt be kandu, pidaka, shyava varna and srava. ln modern science it can be correlated with eczema, it is the most common skin diseases in lndia with prevatence rate of 10-17%. As per a research work carried out in the Dept of PG Studies in Rasashastra, Taranath Govt. Ayurvedic Medicat Cottege & Hospitat, Bettary, Karnataka. Ctinicat study was conducted on 30 patients with confirmed diagnosis of vicharchika & each patient received 250 mg of Talakeshwara rdsa with Madhu as Anupana for two weeks & fottow up for one week, The main parameters assessed in this study are Kandu, Pidaka & Srava. Tatakeshwara Rasa showed reduction in 70% Kandu, 50% Pidaka &.90yo Srava Lakshanas. Keywords - Talakeshwara Rasa, Vicharchika, Eczema. 01 - oRI5 A PILOT STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF BHARANGIMOOLA ARKA NEBULIZATION IN TAMAKA SWASA CHINTUJA J.P., MANJUNATH ABIGA DEPARTMENT OF KAYACHIKITSA, SHRI DHARMASTHALA MANJUNATHESHWARA COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA & HOSPITAL, BM ROAD, HASSAN, KARNATAKA, CHINTUJA.JP@GMAIL.COM It is high time to think about emergency treatment in the fietd of Ayurveda. Ayurvedic medicines prove its efficacy in the management of chronic condition but some of the acute/emergency conditions are stitt not managed efficientty by Ayurvedic medicines. The present study is carried out with the aim to estabtish the efficacy of herbal preparation Book ofAbsfracfs i ?0
    • G/*fta/Ay#rveda Festival - 201 4 lniernatioilaf ,gemlnar *n Ayurveda iar Publie Healfit in Acute Exacerbation of BronchiatAsthma (Tamaka Swasa). Tamaka Swasa is a respiratory disorder that has increased dramaticatly in prevalence over the past two decades due to increased pottution, rapid environment changes, adaptation of newer dietetic preparation and tremendous psychologicat stress. As Tamaka Swasa is a disease which is predominant of Kapha - Vata Doshas, drug which hetps to pacifies Kapha and Vata and of Ushna Veerya tike Bharangi has been setected in the form of nebutization. ln Arka Prakasha, the some specific drugs tike Bharangi moola is mentioned in the form of arka, in the management of Tamaka Swasa. Nebulization is a process involves suspension of fine vaporized tiquid droplets otherwise known as aerosot, to administer medication directty into the respiratory system. Ayurveda also emphasizes the mode of administration of drug through nasat route, as nasya and using the drug in the form fumes as dhoomapana. ln this paper an attempt is made to evatuate the efficacy of Bharangimoota arka in the form of nebulization in 1 5 subjects. Post treatment data has shown significant benefits in acute exacerbation of bronchiaI asthma. Keywords: Tamaka Swasa, Nebutization 01 _ oR16 HYPERTENSION. IN AYURVED PERSPECTIVE ROI.I IT BI{*GT, SATTATR.AYA L. SH I N D E DEPARTMENT OF KAYACHIKITSA, BHARATI VIDYAPEETH UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE OF AYURVED, KATRAJ -DHANAKWAD I, PU NE, DSH I N DE249GMAI L. COM Persistent increase in systemic blood pressure is known as hypertension.Hypertension is diagnosed when systotic btood pressure is consistentlyetevated above 140 mm of Hg or diastolic blood pressure is above 90 mm of Hg. Hypertension is a silent kitter .The mortality rates for strokes and coronary heart diseases are major comptications of hypertension along with patients with end-stage renaI disease and heart faiture continue to rise. EssentiaI hypertension in 95o/o pts. in which etevated BP resutts from complex interactions between muttipte genetic and environmentaI factors usually occurs between ages 25 and 55 years .lt is uncommon before age 20 yrs. Whereas approx.5% of pts. with hypertension have identifiabte specific causes. Study of hypertension esp.essential hypertension also in ayurved perception is very important by identifying signs & symptoms of the disease, one can prevent it, treat it with Ayurved principtes no doubt to lower the risk of comptications associated with the disease. No specific term is found for Hypertension in Ayurved .By using rakta as prefix and rakta as the main dushya atong with vyan vayu, avaran vata and the invotvement of sira and dhamani in the pathogenesis of hypertension its nomenclature is tikely as Raktachapa, Raktavata, Dhamani- pratichaya, Raktagatavata, and Dhamani-prapurana etc. There are important and inftuencing constituent factors associated with the Hridya tike Vata (prana, Vyana & Apana), Pitta (sadhaka), Kapha (Avatambaka), ojas, Dhatus tike Rasa and Rakta, the Srotasa by which it travels, and functions of Mana are necessary for the said function. Nidanpanchak. Aharaja Viharaja Manas etc. are etiotogicat factors responsibte in the pathohenesis of hypertension. EssentiaI hypertension it is said to be vata pradhana tridoshaj vyavhi and purvarupa of the vata vyadhi is said to beAvyakta.The purvaroopa (premonitory symptoms) of essesntiat hypertension are indistinct. After Dosha-Dushya BookcfAbsfraets i fl
    • Gtobat Ayurveda Fesil,tal - 2014 lnlernatiina! Seminar on Avurveda {ar Publie Healtlt sammurchhana the feature of the manifested disease is Rupa. At this stage, disease appears with its subjective and objective symptomatology. symptoms like shirahshoola' Nidranasha, Bhrama, Tamodarshana, Daurbalya,, Hridadravata' Swasakastata, Akshiraga etc.are found .symptoms of few prototype tike Raktagatavata, Siragatavata, Rakta Vriddhi, pittavritta Vata, Pittavritta Udana, Pranavritta udana which can be correlated with ctinical features of hypertension shows that Ayurved has thought hypertension tike conditions. Vata dosha is chief cutprit. Rasagati is performed by Vayu itsetf' Pitta and Kapha comptiment the effect ofvitiated vata and aid the process of disease progression. Rasa, Rakta dhatusa are the chief involved dushya found in the observed symptomatotogy and there is rol.e of various factors as samprapti in pathogenesis of Essential Hypertension. ln sadhya- Asadhyata curable and uncurabte conditions studied and initiation of the treatment in time is essential. ln the prescription of treatment, the considerations of atl types of pathogenesis are essentiat .white elaborating choices of treatments in Raktapradoshaj vyadhies, treatment of Avarans participated in hypertension tike Kaphavrita vata etc. is needed. ln the tast pathya -pathya and general approach with experience is presented. 01 - oRl7 CURATIVE & PREVENTIVE EFFECT OF SAMSHODHANA IN METABOLIC DISORDERS W.S.R. TO HYPOTHYROIDISM fuIANIKRAO K1.'LKARNI, AEEPALI SFNIRHKER DEPT.OF PANCHKARMA, GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLGE. NANDED Metabotic disorders impacts physicat, psychotogicat and sociaI changes in muttidimensional aspects. hypothyorodism is a major counter of metabotic disorder which inturn is a bahudoshavastha where shodhana chikitsa is the choice of treatment as a preventive n curative aspects. Hypothyroidism is a common ctinical entity'in now days practice most commonty present in women population ie - 1 :100 ratio. The deficiency in thyroid secretion is basic cause which intern effects metabotism and leading to clinica[ syndromes. So keeping metabolism as a base, hypothyroidism can be understood better-way as dhatwagni- mandya in ayurveda shodhana hetps to batance metabotism by bringing back dhatu satmyata by DETOXIFICATION. Thus, panchakarma has got the potentiatity for curative as wel as preventive aspects of metabotic disorders interms of samshodhana (vamanam & virechanam both). 01 - oR18 PREVENTION OF ARSHAS WITH REFERENCE TO LIFESTYLE CHANGES *HANYA PV, ANJALIEHARAS}Y.&J, ShIAILAJA$V, N.ANJANFYA JVTOCIRTHY, KIRAN iA G*UDDEPT., OF PG STUAIIs IN 5I'iALYATANTRA, SKAMCH & RC, BANGALOR.H, KARNATAKA, DHANYAS 1 ?3 @YAHOO. f O " I N, Arshas or Hemorrhoids is quite a common probtem, both in men and women. Human beings, for being upright, have to pay a price, in the form of Arshas' Atthough Arshas is r"r"ty dangerous, it can be a recurrent and painfut intrusion in tife' Even young people in good shape can get Arshas and it is often embarrassing for the patient to discuss about it, "uen with a heatth care speciatist. The incidence of Arshas is increasing day by day Eccir. ci Abstracls i 12
    • GlobalAy*rredn F*sfira/ - l0f4 ._ fnlernatianal Seninar *n Ayarve{la far Publft Health due the inftuence of western food habits, diet which contains very less amount of fibre in it, inappropriate diet regimen andvegadharana which causes constipation. Other factors which trigger Arshas are faulty toitet habits, sedentary work styte or strenuous work, prolonged periods of standing or sitting, protonged travetting on two wheelers and obesity.lts incidence increases as age advances, and at least 50% of peoptb over the age of 50 years have some degree of Hemorrhoidal symptoms. Therefore simple tifestyte changes can effectively reduce the recurrence of this common and painfuI condition. Nidana and samprapti of Arshas described inAyurvedic literatures and also the descriptions given in Modern SurgicaI textbooks are discussed here.The measures of prevention such as implementing various pathyapathyas with respect to ahara and viharaie, food intake and simpte tife styte changes witl atso be discussed. By understanding the nidana and samprapti the various preventive measures can be interpreted rightty and implemented so that it witt prevent the disease Arshas. Therefore the need for the understanding of the pathyapathya of Arshas along with certain tife style changes becomes valuabte for the common man as we[[ as the Physicians in the preventive and the curative aspects of the disease. There by, we can prevent occurrence and recurrence ofArshas. Key words- Arshas, Hemorrhoids, Pathyapathya, Lifestyte changes 01 - oR19 PRACTICAL APPLICATION OF UDVARTANA CHIKITSA IN STHOULYA SIPANJAN JA}{4, 5. I{ - &TLAVADi DEPARTMENT OF P.G.STUDIES IN PANCHAKARMA, D.G.M.AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, GADAG, KARNATAKA, PIN- 582103, DIPANJANJANA@GMAIL.COM, Sthoutya is a state in which there is generalized accumulation of excess Medadhatu in the body teading increased body weight of more than 20% of the required weight. Acharya Charaka & Vagbhata both have very clearty mentioned Sthoutya is bahudoshavastha, hence Shodhana can be performed. Udvartana is vata-kapha hara, meda provilayanakar Bahiparimarjana chikitsa. After 8days udvartana chikitsa tiquefy vitiated dosha and dhatu. Reduced BMl, Lightness in the body, Reduced weight etc. 01 - oR20 STRESS AND ITS MANAGEMENT THROUGH AYURVEDA KISH*RE *UsHYANT, KU#IAR HEMANT, N,qTHANI SUA,TIT,KSTECI.iA $A€TTA 1P.G. SCHOLAR, DEPT. OF P.G. STUDIES IN DRAVYAGUNA, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OFAYURVEDA, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN, DUSHYANTKISHORE,I 1@GMAIL,COM ln modern era busy & fast tifestyte has Ied to generation of various types of stress for human being. lt may be ctassified as physical stress, emotionaI stress, social stress etc. Where short term stress period are beneficiat for growth of an individuat, long standing stressful conditions lead to various comptications tike hypertension or other similar disorders which can be compiled under life styte disorder. Though various stress management program including yoga, Sadvritta methods mentioned by acharya carak are beneficial, herbs mentioned in Ayurveda atso hetp to increase the threshold of stress and thus hetp combating the condition in better way. Present paper aims at putting forward Ecck afAbslracfs i3
    • GlobalAvurveda Festivat - 2fr14 tnl,reiiati6nal seminar on A-vurveda i0r ryqllffi-fsaifh sadv'itta methods and some herbs with their probabte mode of action, which can be used to etiminate or reduce stress' 01 - oR21 CONCEPT OF SANDHIGATA VATA AND IT MANAGEMENT THROUGH VATARI RASA GANESH NAMEOOTHIRI P K, B" S. JOSHI AYURVEDA MAHAVI DYALAYA, HU BLI' sandhi gata vata is a vata vyadhi affecting the sandhi and it is one among the major problems in the etderty. sandhi gata vata is characterized by pain and swetting in the joints, which may produce devastation in the locomotion in the chronic stage' ln modern partance, this can be counted upon in the degenerative disease of the joints' of this Osteoarthritis, is a stowty progressive degenerative disease and atso are the most common and leading cause for ihronic disabitity in the aged. The present study is focused to evatuate the effect of vatari Rasa a herbomineral preparation in Sandhigata vata viz-a - viz osteoarthritis and to evatuate the changes in signs and symptoms' This is a singte btind ctinical study with pre and post test design where in 20 patients diagnosed as sandhigata vata, were administered the trait drug for 30 days with weekty fottow up' The retevant investigations were adopted for diagnosis. Majority of patients (70%) registered were femaGs and were of the age group between 51-60 years who were exposed to physicat exertion. The statistics reftected that the Patients were chiefly from the upp"i Middte ctass (40%) and had mixed variety of Diet' The effect of treatment was evaluatedonthebasisofthesignsandsymptomsofthediseaseandtheresultsshowcased moderate improvement in signs and symptoms in maximum number of patients (55%' Key words: Vatari Rasa, Sandhigatavata, Osteoarthritis' 01 'oR22 cR|T|cALSTUDYoFTAMRABHASMA|NSTHoULYAw.s.R. SAMPRAPTHI VIGHATANA Fl IMABI N DU, RAVi CHAVAN, iA. S' DODDAi'AAI"I I DEPARTMENT OF POST GRADUATE STUDIES IN RASASHASTRA' TARANATH GO-VERNMENT AYU RVE;IC MEDICAL COLLEGE, BELLARY, KARNATAKA, BI N DUOl 3456@GMAI L' COM sthoutya is one among the major diseases that fatts under the category of santarpanottha vyadhies. This condition can tead to the association of many other disorders in its course. Hence it gains high significance from the medicat point of view ' obesity is considered as gtooaiepidemlc which is increasing due to sedentary tife styte and improved socio-economic conditions. The recent statistical data of wHo, shows that the wortd wide prevatence of obesity is around 400 mittion with high rates among women than in men. lnlndia55%of mate, 12.6%offemateareobeseandtheconditionismoreinurban oior,"it;r ir,un urong rural poputation. The main treatment principte exptained is ,,Guru cha Atarpana,,,-where in on" shoutd administer the drugs possessing Guru guna and Atarpana karma. Guru guna a form of brimhana hetps in reducing the ati sandukshita jataragni and Atarpana kima a form of langhana reduces the meda' ln Ctassics drugs Baok of Abstracfs I f4
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 201 4 !ilteffiatianal Seminar an Ayurveda for Publit Health having above properties are mentioned tike Tamra bhasma, shitajitu, triphata, guggulu, madhu, lauha bhasma, etc. ln Classics Tamra Bhasma(prepared according to SOp) considered as Medopaha and Lekhana. As per previous research works, tamra bhasma is abte to give the best results in decreasing the Eody lvlass lndex, which is considered as basic criteria to access obesity and it can hetp in changing the tipid profite'(S.Cholestrol, s.triglycerides, HDL, vDL, ) to a heatthy status and regulation of metabolism. Key words: Sthoutya; Tamra bhasma; Atarpana, Lekhana, Standered Operative procedure. 01 - oR23 A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF TWO GROUPS OF SHAMANAUSHADHIS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC PERIPHERAL AND PROXIMAL NEUROPATHY HRISHIKESH ASHOK D E pA RrM E N r o F s H A LyA'^ " [i' t'?lXf'ti'i :ry'-i t & i,fii j ft .? I lllififi ] KARNATAKA, 59 1 1 02, D RH RISH I KESHAS H OK@GMAI L. COM, 099 46941 1 1 3 Diabetic Neuropathy is one of the most common troubtesome complications of diabetes me[titus. The prevatence of neuropathy is retated to age, duration of diabetes and the quatity of metabolic contro[, by the time a diabetic patient has severe Neuropathy, retinopathy and atbuminuria are also usuatly present. lt is the most common form of neuropathy in the developed countries of the world, accounts for more hospitalization than all the other diabetic comptication and accounts for 5O-70% of Non-traumatic amputation. The present combination of the triad of neuropathy, retinopathy and nephropathy in the course of the tife long disease regarded this "Triopathy" as complication. Diabetic neuropathy is one of most common long term comptication of diabetes mettitus and is ctinicalty present in 30-50% of att diabetes patients. ln Ayurveda "Madhumeha', is one among the four varieties of "Vataja Prameha" which is compared to the ,Diabetes Mettitus' of the Attied science. Att the symptoms of Diabetic Peripheral & proximal Neuropathy seem to be of Vataja Nanatmaja Vikaras and Vatavruddhi Lakshanas. Chronicity of any disease give rise to Vatavruddhi Lakshanas or Vyaadhikarshana Janya Vatavyadhi-simitarty Madhumeha being one of the Maharogas leads to further Vatavruddhi due to Vyaadhikarshana.Both the groups have shown the highty significant resutt in the reduction of FBS and PPBS. But there was a comparatively more decrease in Group B. Key words : Diabetic Neuropathy, Gokshuradi Guggulu, Sahacharadi Kashaya, Kataka Khadiradi Kashaya 01 - oR24 A HERBAL REMEDY FOR DIABETIC FOOT ULCERS JOBIN K. THO,,iAS, SWEETY,1,iOL JOSE, A{.H. MATHEW POST GRADUATE AND RESEARCH DEPT OF BOTANY, ST. THOMAS COLLEGE, PALA, 686574, KERALA, JOBINDIAOOl @GMAIL.COM Acute diabetes results in darkening, degeneration and ultimatety amputation of the affected parts, especiatty the teg. As per reports at present one person in the wortd BoakafAbstracfs | 15
    • GtoDat Arurleoa Festi,tat - 201 4 in:ernztiinai Seninar an Avur{eda far Fublir H*alth undergoes amputation of one or other teg at every one minute. Moreover, amputation often offer permanent cure for diabetes. Conversety, it may lead to further complication, [ike degeneration of remaining part of the Iimp or affecting the other teg' This study report,; herbaI combination consisting of extracts from twenty medicinaI plants coItected from Kerata and Karnataka states. This herbat combination tried on 300 patients, who were at the extreme stage of amputation of teg, under the guidance and supervision of a wetl experienced allopathic, ayurvedic and naturopathy practitioners is found to be very effective in rejuvenating and bringing back the affected timp to the normal status. The treatment methods consist of a regutated diet, daity exercise atong with the intake of herbat combination. The observation is done in the patients during the recovery stages brought out the fact that there is occurring purification of btood due to the elimination of toiins atready accumutated. This process enhanced micro and macro btood circutation causes removal of the btocks in the btood vessets and reptacement of the damaged tissues. The treatment stimutates the angiogenesis abitity of the body and making amputation of the affected organs unnecessary. PhytochemicaI studies found that synergistic effect of secondary metabotites enhancing the curing of foot ulcers' Key word: Diabetic foot ulcers, Herbat remedy, Angiogenesis, Micro btood circutation' Synergistic. 01 - oR25 A STUDY ON GALAGANDA, ITS ITANAGEIilENT WITH LEPA AND SHAMANAUSHADHI WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO THYROTOXICOSIS JvSTHSNA LShtRIYAN, iAALLAYA KUSUIII RAGUNATI'|" SHOSHA G HIREiAATH DEPT OF RASASHASTRA, GAMC, BENGALURU Thyrotoxicosis is a common problem with a prevalence of 20/1000 femates and 4/1000 mates. This is considered to be a major heatth probtem in the society. The avaitabte treatment modatities in modern system of medicine are expensive, have enough comptications and are not satisfactory in providing relief or complete cure' Ayurveda, being the pioneer of the medicat modalities of the world, can ptay an important rote in the management of Thyrotoxicosis. The present work is a further step in this direction. Keeping this in view, it was decided to evatuate the efficacy of lepa and shamanaushadi in the management of Gataganda w.s.r to Thyrotoxicosis. Peopte in age group of 20-50 years were more prone for the disease as the demand for thyroid hormones was observed io be more in this age group. Occurrence was more among femates than in mates as thyroid disorders majorty affect the femates. StressfuI occupation was considered to be one of the causativ" iu.tort in the manifestation of the disease. Both the Groups showed statisticatty simitar resutts and Group Ashowed better results ctinicatty. As the disease manifests at celtular tevet drugs that have the abitity to reach the target sites are required tike the Rasaushadis present in the Gandamalakandana rasa. Atso external apptication in the form of Nichutadi tepa might have acted upon the thyroid gtand and thereby controtling the symptoms. Key words: Gataganda ; Thyrotoxicosis ; Gandamatakandana rasa ; Nichul,adi tepa; Kanchanara Guggutu; ThYroid gtand. Sccr< of Abslraets | ?$
    • 01 - oR26 STUDY ON PRANAVAHA SROTAS W.S.R. TO RAJA (DUST PARTICLE) KESAVA A{.V.5, PRAS.ANTH KEKUDA.T. R DEPARTMENT OF SHAREERA KRIYA, SDMCAH, HASSAN, KESAVA.SJS@GMAIL.,COM, 0g741464807 Pranavaha Srotas which is very important and very basic functionaI anatomy through which the basic life processes in the body are learned by the ayurvedic scholars and the scientists of the other fields. As such this particutar fietd attracts to the workers for innovative scientific studies in this area to diffuse the controversies and to open the undertying physio - anatomy with concept to Pranavaha Srotas. ln this era of environmentaI potlution the most affected Srotas witt be nothing other than pranavoha Srotas' So a detailed scrutiny of the effect of rajas on this Srotas shoutd be analyzed. Through this study my intention was the same and detaited effect of rajas on efficacy of Pranavaha Srotas was revealed. ln both exposed and unexposed group the degree of changes were as foltows: There was a 10 % increase in AEC in exposed group which showed that they were more affected by raja (dust particte). ln exposed group the parameter FEF 25% and PEF value were 8% and PEFR was reduced by 6% this showed the changes in lung votumes and capacities when compared to the unexposed group. The exposed lroup also showed remarkable changes in functioning of Pranavaha Srotas. lakshanas tike Athibadham and Athisrustham were seen in most of the subjects who were in exposed group. This proves that exposure to raja (dust particle) can cause significant amount of Pranavaha Srotodusti. There is effect of Raja (dust particte) in exposed group (traffic potice group) where the functional changes are observed. Since the differences in FEF. PEF, PEFR, FEF 25% [ung function parameters between exposed and unexposed are statisticatly significant, it supports the hypothesis that subjects exposed to dust have decreased lung function as compared to unexposed group. There is a significant variation in Pranavaha Sroto Karma due to exposure to Raja. Key words: Pranavaha Srotas, Raja, Srotodusti 01 - oR27 A GLIMPSE ON AETIOPATHOGENESIS OF APATTHYA NIMITTAJA MADHUMEHA AND ITS SAMPRAPTI VIGHATANA BY NISHATRIPHALADI YOGA KISHORKUMAR. ,A. R, R SHYLAJAKUMARI The Madhumeha is the disease of antiquity. ln Ayurveda we witt get maximum exptanations about naidanika samprapti (aetiopathogenesis) of Madhumeha. But in these days knowingty or unknowingty the nidana's which are indutging by swastha purusha leading to madhumeha, But, Metropolitan citizens are indutging in such Nidana's those ptay an important rote in causing the diseases tike madhumeha, Cervical & Lumbar sponditosis, Hypertension, PCOS, Obesity & Stress related disorders. Awareness among the pubtic is deficit in the fietd of aetiotogy of madhumeha teading to the condition. Study is under progress on the aetiopathogenesis of madhumeha. The patients are more tikety to indutge in sedentary lifestyte, junk food and mental stress. Subjective parameters : prabhoota mutrata, Avila mutrata, karapada daha & suptata and pipasa adhikya. study reveals Eosk ofAbsiracrs
    • Giebal Ayunela Festival - 2A14 lfiienatiana! Seminar an Ayuveda for Public Health that in Madhumeha, Nishatriphaladi is a very effective atong with Attopathic medicine where the glycemic levets were maintaned normal without variation. The same drug administration atong with Pathya ahara vihara atso play an important rote to controI gtycemic [eve[ and maintains heatthy state of the individuat. Mere pathya apathy with ptacebo is not giving the stabitity of the glycemic [eve[. Hence it may be concluded that, Nishatriphaadi preparation along with pathya apthya is very effective in the madhumeha patients if used with Attopathic drugs to controI the burning probtem of the society. Key words: Madhumeha, FBS, PPBS, HbA1C, Nishatriphatadi yoga. 01 - oR28 BRAHMT TAtL SHTROABHYANGA rN CHATTODWEGA(ANXTETy NEUROSTS) K5R PRASAD, JI{ADHAYIKA PRAKASI.I CHAUDHARI PANCHAKARMA, MGACH & RC(H), SALOD, WARDHA, MAHARSATRA Anxiety is arguably an emotion that predates the evotution of man. lts ubiquity in humans, and its presence in a range of anxiety disorders, makes it an important clinicaI focus. Developments in nosotogy, epidemiotogy and psychobiotogy have led to significant advancement in our understanding of the anxiety disorders in recent years. Advances in pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy of these disorders have brought realistic hope for relief of symptoms and improvement in functioning to patients. Neurotic disorders are basically related to stress, reaction to stress (usuatty maladaptive) and individual proneness to anxiety. lnterestingty, both stress and coping have a close association with socio-cultural factors. Culture can effect symptom presentation, exptanation of the ittness and hetp seeking. The tifetime prevatence of depression, anxiety, and stress among adotescents and young adults around the world is currentty estimated to range f rom 5% to 70%, with an lndian study reporting no depression among college going adotescents. Detecting depressive, anxiety, and stress-related symptoms in the co[lege population is a critical preventive strategy, which can hetp in preventing disruption to the learning process. Health policies must integrate young adults'depression, stress, and anxiety as a disorder of pubtic health significance. The ever -growing stress &, strain in life tead to deterioration in various menta[ & physiotogicaI functions of body, causing psychologicaI disorders like anxiety neurosis. Anxiety has been defined as an unpleasant emotion that is characterised by feelings of dread, worry, nervousness or fear etc. And when a neurotic disorder is associated with it becomes anxiety neurosis. Ayurveda described Manas roga, chattodwega prevalence rates described higher in women than men may be because of more responsibilities for futfitling need. The present study accounts sleep disturbances, resttessness, fear, depression, anxiety atong with btood pressure. Present study undertaken with Brahmi taita shiroabhyanga is meant for retiving anxiety. A head massage once in every 3 days for 15 minutes in 5 patterns is done for 7 sittings on 30 patients. Att the subjects are retived from stress and felt comfortable with good steep patterns from the first sitting onwards. The mean gradation of anxiety was 3.57 and after the treatment it reduced to 1.67. This reduction of 53.27/o was statisticatty significant (<0.001 ). Keywords: Anxiety, Anxiety neurosis, steep, Chittodwega, manasaroga, shirobhyanga, Bcsk cf Abstracfs I 18 I
    • Gfoba/Ayurveda Festivai - 2C1 4 lnternatisnal SemJnar cn Ayurveda fat publtc ilealtli .01 - oR29 A CLINICAL STUDY ON MANAGEMENT OF SURYAVARTA VIS.A.VIi FRONTAL SINUSITIS iAADHU" H.,4., GAJANANA HEGDE DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA, GOVT. AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MYSORE Shiras is one of the 3 principle vital organs of the body where prana resides. The diseases affecting Shiras reduce productivity and negatively affect the quatity of tife. Most of Samhitas have mentioned about the different types of shirorogas among which, Suryavarta is given prime importance by atl acharyas. The symptoms of Suryavarta almost resemble to Frontat Sinusitis. Sinusitis is a major heatth care issue that affects a large proportion of poputation. This is a common condition, affecting approximatety 30% of the poputation. More than 120 mittion lndians suffer from at least one episode of Sinusitis each year. Treatment availabte for this condition in present day practice includes, use of analgesics and antibiotics which show minimal desired effect and in addition these may cause adverse effect. To overcome such problems in management it is imperative to exptore newer, efficacious drugs and procedures. Ayurvedic classics have advocated various therapies in the management of Suryavarta. This study is an attempt to revaluate the line of treatment for Suryavarta vis-a-vis FrontaI Sinusitis. 01-oR30 RECENT ADVANCES IN PRAMEHAHARA DRAVYAS OF AYURVEDA VILAXANAJOSI-II, HARINIA., FRAKASI.I L HIGDT DEPARTMENT OF DRAVYAGUNA, SDMCA & H, BM ROAD, THANNIRUHALLA, HASSAN, KARNATAKA Diabetes mellitus has become a gtobal problem in spite of advances in modern science. Around 143 mittion peopte worldwide suffer from diabetes. . And this number may double by the year 2030. lndia has been projected by WHO as the country with the fastest growing poputation of Diabetic patients. lt is estimated that between 1995 - 2025 diabetic patients in lndia wi[[ increase by 195%. ln lndia, every 4th man is a diabetic or has the chance of becoming a diabetic. Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a group of diseases characterized by high levels of btood glucose resulting from defects in insutin production, insutin action, or both. The term "Diabetes mettitus" describes a metabolic disorder of muttipte aetiotogy characterized by chronic hypergtycaemia with disturbances of carbohydrate, fat and protein metabolism resutting from defects in insulin secretion, insulin action, or both. The Ptant kingdom is a witd fietd to Iook for an effective orat hypoglycemic agent as more than 1300 ptant species have been used ethanopharmacologicatty or experimentally to treat symptom of Diabetes mettitus throughout the wortd. Many of these drugs are cultivated in butk and exported; hence lndia has tot of potential for herbal based anti- diabetic research. Now days the disease is quite prevatent among the masses and is considered important in as much as it is incurabte besides imposing a ban on dietary freedom of the patient. Therefore the present article endeavors to discuss about the recent advances in prameha hara dravya to effectivety combat the disease. Key words: Diabetes Mettitus, hypergtycaemia, pramehahara dravyas. Baak af Abstracis : iJ
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 241 4 lnlernati6nal Seminar on Ayurveda fur Public llealth 01 - oR31 ..MURCHHITA GHRITA'- A BEST CARDIO PROTECTIVE FAT IN ROUTINE LIFE PATEL MANISH KUi4AR, PARHATE 5 Id POST GRADUATE DEPT. OF RASASHASTRA & BHAISAJYA KALPANA, NPAGOVT. AYURVEDA COLLEGE, RAIPUR, CHHATTISGARH, DRPATELKUMARMANISH@GMAIL.COM, Fat is very essential part of our diet. Because vitaminsA, D, E, K are fat sotubte vitamins. Since ancient time in lndia, ghee is atways the preferred source for fat in our diet. Now- a-days in our society prevalence of obesity, cardio vascutar & GIT disease is going very high. So everyone avoid fat in their diet, due to this reason they having the deficiencies of fat sotubte vitamins. There is no any doubt that the cow ghee made by traditional method is best source for fat in human diet but there is no any easy method to assure that the ghee which is avaitabte in market is cow ghee made by traditional method. So it is ctear that we must need of such kind of ghee which shoutd have atl the beneficiat properties without any negative effect on tipid profite & GlT. GHRITA IAURCHANNA is one of the easiest processes which are also performs in kitchen to obtain maximum benefit of ghritawithout any hazards. ln present study we setected two types of ghee, first one is market avaitabte ghee made by contemporary method, another one is same ghee but it is used afler "murchhan sanskar". Comparative study was done to demonstrate the effect of both types of ghee on human tipid profite w.s.r. to LDL/HDL levet' Two groups of 30 people were setected with a decided dose of 1Ogm. Ghee BD in their diet for four weeks' The results shows that the group which taking murchhit ghrita having decrease in LDL/ HDL tevet and having no GIT problem and another hand the group which taking market avaitabte ghee increase their LDL/HDL levets and also having GIT probtems. So it is ctear that after ,,murchhono sanskar" even ghee made by contemporary method can be used as a substitute of traditional cow ghee as we[[ as ghee that having all beneficial properties Key words: coronary artery disease, ghee, tipid profite, murchhana sanskar, LDL/HDL' 01 - oR32 A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON TRIPHALA RASAYANA IN LIFESTYLE DISORDERS fr4ANIsHA SOLANKI, SARA i{ONSY CIGMiAEN, ANs!.RY P.Y. D E P r. o F D RAVYA G u N AV I J N A N AM, G o vr' AY u RV r^?f |ir?i:t_1Esb ll5.',illtil.UcHi Lifestyte disorders tike Hypertension, Diabetes, Dystipidaemia, Chronic backache and Cardiac disordersare common nowadays. The main cause for the increased incidence rate are bad food habits, wrong body postures, physicat inactivity or' over activity, frequent use of atcohol, tobacco etc. Advancement in technotogy atso ptays a major role in manifesting the diseases. Overuse of gadgets tike taptop, video games and I phones among youngsters and school going teenagers is very common now a days. It makes them physicatty inactive and also causes stress in their eyes.ln case of office workers, long working hours and restricted break times, making their tife more stressfu[. Hence onset of diseases tike hypertension, diabetes and cardiac diseases are prominent in this Book of Abstracts | 20
    • G/oba/Ayrrueda Festival - 281 4 lnternatianal Semlnar an Ayurveda far Putslic ffealth group. ln Ayurveda, Triphata is considered as "Rasayana" having balancing and rejuvenating effect on the three constitutional etements that govern human life: Vata which regutates the nervous system, Pitta which maintains the metabolic processes and Kahpa which support structural integrity. Triphata powder is a combination of three best known fruits, Amtaki (embticaofficinalis), Haritaki (Terminatischebuta) andVibhitaki (Terminalia betterica). Alt these three ptant are used separately forvarious heatth issues. However, when combined together these three form most potent medicine that can provide benefits ranging from stimulating digestive fire to detaying the ageing process. Triphata is mild, non-habit forming, effective and safest laxative which improves absorption of food in intestine therefore used in treating irritable bowel syndrome (lBS), Utcerative cotitis. Triphata reduces the serum chotesterol and high blood pressure. lt significantty improves function of liver as wetl as blood circulation. Triphata reduces plaques formation in the arteries and thereby reducing the risk of heart retated probtems caused due to arterioscterosis. Triphata has powerfuI antioxidant agents which reduces the free radicaI production that are the main cause of ageing. Triphata is very effective in treating Diabetes mellitus.Triphata is widety used in alI eye diseases including conjunctivitis, progressive myopia, earty stage of gtaucoma and cataract. Recent studies have shown Triphata to be an anti-cancer agent. lt has abitity to destroy tumour cetls. 01 - oR33 VIBRATION THERAPY - A CONVENTIONAL MASSAGE INFLUENCES ON STHOULYA (OBESTTY) MEENA DEOGADH, K. S. R" FRASAD DEPT. OF DRAVYAGUNA, MAHATMA GANDHI AYURVED COLLEGE HOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTER, SALOD (H), WARDHA, MAHARASTRA, DRMMEENA@REDI FFMAI L. COM, 097 65858072 "Rasanimittameva sthoulyam karshyom cha" - is the statement of the Ayurveda, i.e. either the obesity or emaciation is by the "Rdsa" - the nutritive material. The obesity is observed atl over glove as metabolic disorder either with central or locat. The other way ctassification foltows as the visceral and visible obesity. The lndian population is with more visible obesity accumulated fats in buttocks, groin and abdomen. Much traditional and conservative management are in practice to reduce the visible and vascular fats. Present study offers the vibration therapy a conventional massage with machine under dry conditions is capabte of reducing the visibte and viscerat fats. ln this method, the massage is given to the buttocks, groin, abdomen and thighs with vibration daity for 15 minutes. Common regutarized timety meats are advised and strictly instructed to avoid any food in between. To facititate the bowel moments and to make "koshta-suddhi", daity 5gms of Gandharwa haritaki churna is advised at 5 AM. The resutts express statisticatty significant with a mean difference of 4.4. Kg weight, 2.54 BMI reductions, 12.5 cms in waist and 6.5 Cms is hip with a waist hip ratio difference of 0.074. On the other hand it shows significant reduction in mean tipid profite also. The serum cholesterol is reduced in 65.6, LDL with 18.8 and glycerides with 13.4 units. The over atl feelings of the attended patients are - felting lightness in 3-6 days, reduction of 1 to 2 Kg in 8 to 10 days. The atl measures are stabte at the fotlow up undertaken after 30 days of treatment execution comptetion. Thus it is authoritativety stated that the vibration therapy conventionaI massage usage is hetpfut to the obesity patients with regulations. Eook ofAbsfracts 1 21
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 241 4 lnternatiana! Seminai' ori Ayurveda far Pub{h Health 01 - oR34 A STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF ASHVAGANDHA AVALEHA IN KAARSHYA &4EERA K", PRASANT}J KTKUDAT.R. DEPARTMENT OF SHAREERA KRIYA, SDMCAH, HASSAN, MEERAK862O11@GMAIL.COM, 08792458889 Kaarshya is one of the burning probtems in spite of many gtobat wise remedial measures, which have been adopted to provide nutrition. AKaarshya person is atways prone to have so many complications. lt is a condition of the depletion of the fat as welI as muscles in the body. A majority of the population in the developing countries suffer from malnutrition and under nutrition. lt forms one of the teading causes of mortality and morbidity in chitdren as wetl as in adutt poputation. ln the gtobal campaign of health for a[t, promotion of proper nutrition is one of the 8 etements of primary heatth care. Ayurveda with its hotistic approach can help in this condition with its unique way of lifestyte management and the drug therapy. Ashvagandha Avaleha act as an effective nutritional remedy to overcome the problems faced by adutts suffering from Kaarshya. So the study was ptanned to see the efficacy of Ashvagandha Avaleha in preventing the Kaorshya.40 patients of Ashvagandha Avoleha group were given Ashvagandha Avaleha in the dose of 24gms (2tsf), twice a day for the duration of 2 months with Anupana of Dugdha. Ashvagandha Avaleha significantty increased the weight by 20%, B.M.l. by 27.94%, Chest circumference by 17 .4%, 22.98% in mid-arm circumference, 13.8% in abdominal circumference, and 29.2% in mid-thigh Circumference. The result of this study shows that treatment with Ashvagandha Avaleha is more significant when compared to the effect of the administration of placebo in major parameters. The results of this study are encouraging and it is suggested that the trial may be conducted on large sampte for long duration. Key words: Kaarshya, Santharpona, Ashwagandha avaleha. 01 - oR35 EFFICACY OF TRIPHALADI KALA BASTI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY - A PILOT STUDY i,{UNEEAAHtutED, AiAARNATH B.V.B, KIRAN il. cOUD DEPT., OF PG STUDIES IN PANCHAKARMA, SKAMCH & RC, BANGALORE-560104, KARNATAKA, lNDlA. MUNEEBAFROZE@YAHOO.COM, +919986883327 Diabetic nephropathy is an important cause of morbidity and mortatity and now among the most common causes of End-stage renal faiture (ESRF) in developed countries. As it is found with other micro-vascular and macro-vascular complications, management is usualty difficutt and the benefit of prevention is substantiat. Approximately 20-40% of patients with Diabetes (Type-1 and Type-2) develop diabetic nephropathy. ln Ayurveda, there are 20 types of Prameha mentioned which are categorized into Avarana janya (Type- 1 DM) and Dhatu Kshaya janya (Type-2 DM).The involvement of Vyana dusti and Apana dusti can be incorporated in the understanding of Mutravaha srotodusti further affecting Basti leading to Prameha which in future may lead to shotha (Diabetic nephropathy). Basti karma is considered as Ardha chikitsa and is the best method of treatment available to controI Vata. Basti given in such conditions can be hetpfut in evading the need of Bcck of Abstracfs | 22
    • €iob*llyurueda Festiva{ - 241 4 Inter()atioila! Seminar on Ayurveda far Publtc flealth diatysis. Hence, the present clinicaI study is designed to evatuate the efficacy of Triphatadi yoga basti (Anubhuta yoga) in the management of Diabetic Nephropathy taking 10 diagnosed cases of diabetic nephropathy in a singte group from the OPD and IPD of SKAMC, H&RC, Bangalore. Btood urea, Serum creatinin levels, GFR and other subjective parameters are taken as to assess the efficacy of the treatment. Observations of the resutts base on scoring of the parameters were found to be encouraging. Key words: Triphatadi Kala basti, Diabetic nephropathy, Blood urea, Serum creatinine, GFR. 01 - oR36 SOCIOECONOMIC AND EDUCATIONAL STATUS OF DIABETIC PATIENTS FROM SELECTED HOSPITALS IN SRI LANKA A. i'{. ,tlUTHALlB, KAMALA. NASER, R. SIVAKANESI'{AN, B.M. NAGEEB INSTITUTE OF INDIGENOUS MEDICINE, UNIVERSITY OF COLOMBO, SRI LANKA. MUJASHA@YAHOO. COM Diabetes meItitus is common among peopte of atI economic ctasses in the world. The lnternationaI Diabetes Federation has stated that diabetes is increasing at an atarming rate and by2025, diabetic patients across the wortd woutd be 380 mittion and 80% of the disease burden woutd be in low and middte-income group. This study was designed to assess the influence of socioeconomic and educational status on diabetes meltitus in selected hospitals (Teaching Hospitat, Peradeniya, Diabetic Centre, Kurunegata and RoyaI Care Hospitat, Akurana) in Sri Lanka. A totaI of 151 diabetic patients (85 females and 56 mates) were invotved in the study of whom 60% were Sinhalese, 13% Tamits, 23% Moors and others were 4Yo. Patients were from both rura[ (48%) and urban (52%) areas. Mean age and body mass index of the patients were 52.4 (t12.3) years, and 26.6 (t5.1) kgm" 2 respectivety. Patients were grouped as controtted (50.3%) and uncontrolled diabetics (49.7%) based on HbAIC and fasting plasma gtucose concentration. Monthly per capita income betow Rs. 11932 was categorised as low income group (28.1%), between Rs. 11932 and Rs. 17150 were middte income group (59.6%) and per capita income higher than Rs. 171 50 were categorized as high income group (1 2.3%). Based on the educationat level 35.1%had primary education, 61.6%had secondary education, white 3.3% were with tertiary education. Among the patients in the low income group 41 .9Yo,55.8% and2.3o/o compteted primary, secondary and tertiary education respectively. ln the middte income group 32.6%, 62.9% and 3.3% completed primary secondary and tertiary education respectively. ln the high income group26.3%,68.5%and5.2o/" compteted primary, secondary and tertiary education respectively. The percentage of uncontroIted diabetics dectined as the economic status increased, with72.2%,40.4% and26.3o/oin the [ow, middte and high income groups respectively. Uncontrolted diabetes was higher in patients with primary education than with secondary and tertiary education. This study has atso demonstrated that, patients with primary education in [ow, middte and high income ctasses are more likety to have uncontrotted diabetes mettitus. Keywords: Sri Lanka, Education, Socio economical status, Diabetes SaokcfAbslracts , 23
    • Global Ayuweda Festival - 2ai4 lnternational Seninar on Ayurveda for Public Health 01 - oR37 AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY ON THE HYPOLIPIDAEMIC AND ANTTMUTAGENIC ACTIVITY OF APAMARGA (ACHYRANTHES ASPERA LrNN. ) NEETHU sEN K, SARA i{ONSY CIOtviMEN DEPT. OF DRAVYAG U NAVI J NAN, GOVT. AYURVEDA COLLEG E, TRI PU N ITH U RA Lipid and [ipoprotein abnormalities are extremety common in the general poputation. Hypertipidaemia increases the risk of developing cardiovascutar disease. This study was taken with the intention to find out a safe, simpte and cheap remedy to manage Hypertipidemia, atong with metabolic abnormalities and also to reduce the risk for coronary artery disease. Apamarga, botanica[[y identified as Achyranthes aspera Linn of the famity Amaranthaceae is an Ayurvedic drug known since vedic period. Study was conducted at five levets - Review of the titerature, Anatytical study of the drug (pharmacognostical and phytochemical), Pharmacotogicatstudy (Hypotipidaemic and Antimutagenic). Analyticat study inctudes pretiminary pharmacognostical and phytochemicaI study of Apamarga churna (whote ptant). Hypotipidemic study was conducted on 36 Triton induced hypertipidaemic mate atbino rats for a period of 7 days. Drug was seen highty significant in reducing the abnormal tipid profite. After the confirmation, Antimutagenic studywas done in human btood tymphocytes and CBMN assay was performed to see the [eve[ of genetic damage by counting the Micronuclei. The study reveated thatApamarga is very effective in reducing the micronuctei frequency thereby preventing the genetic damage occurring in Hypertipidaemic patients. Key words : Apamarga, Hypertipidaemia, CBMN assay, Micronuctei. 01 - oR38 EFFICACY OF KUKKUTANDSWEDA AND NASYA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ARDITA NISHANT KAUSHIK DEPARTMENT OF P.G STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA, D.G.M AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, GADAG- 5821 03 KARNATAKA, 8880887405, NISHANTl 6@GMAIL.COM ln this new mitlennium, highly progressive and fast tifestyte has created many problems. Nowadays tifestyte has become a major cause for aggravation of 'Vata'dosha. 'Vata'is the control factor for the mechanism of mind and body. Ardit is one of the disease caused by aggravation of 'Vata'. Ardit has been entisted amongst the eighty types of Nanatmaja Vata Vyadhies. The feature of Ardit has simitarity with Betls' Patsy explained in modern text. ln this presentation details discussion on the disease Ardita and the concept of Kukkutandsweda and nasya, with video shooting demonstration, resutts, discussion, and conctusion witt Ue discussed during the time of presentation. Keywords: -Ardita, Kukkutandsweda, Nasya Book of Abstracts I 24I
    • 01 - oR39 META-ANALYSIS OF DIABECON TABLETS:EFFICACY AND SAFETY OUTCOMES FROM 15 CLINICAL TRIALS IN TYPE II DIABETES MELLITUS PA LAN IYASA,!{,A *, P RA L HAn SADAS l! lV pATKl., G0 p UA4AS HA;AN,' PADffiANA B iiA RUGVTDI, PRABIR KUidAR KUNNU, P5 CIjATTHR.JTE, sHYAfuT RAfoTAKRI$FIN,AN THE HIMALAYA DRUG COMPANY, MAKALI, BANGALORE, PALANI@HIMALAYAHEALTHCARE.COM Despite the advances in understanding the etiopathogenesisand management of Type ll diabetes metlitus(DM), there is an atarming increase in the number of insutin-resistant cases and failure of oraI hypoglycemic agents(OHAs). Diabecon, a polyherbaI formutation has shown beneficia[ effects in DM. This meta-analysis was carriedoutto analyze the efficacy and safety of Diabecon tabletsin larger poputation. This is a cumutative meta- analysis of l5pubtished (13 open and two doubte-btind ptacebo-controlled)ctinicattrialsof Diabecon in 435 DM cases. Pubtished studiesbetween 1 993 and 2004, which evaluatedthe rote of Diabecon in DM, that included at least 20 patients were inctuded. Diabecon tabtets were given as two tabtets b.i.d or t.i.d for a period varies between 12 to 60 weeks. lmprovement in fasting blood sugar(FBS), postprandiaI btood sugar(PPBS), gtycosytated hemoglobin, ptasma insutin levels as welI as protective effects on diabetic complications including hypertipidemia, microatbuminuria and diabetic retinopathy were anatysed. Statistical analysis was analyzed cumutatively using paired't'test using GraphPad Prism software. Of the 435 diabetic individuals, 332 received onty Diabecon as therapy,69 patients received Diabecon in addition to insutin/orat hypogtycemic agents (OHAs), and remaining 34 patients received placebo. Significant improvements were observed in FBS, PPBS, glycosytated haemoglobin, ptasma insutin, microalbuminuria, etc. Similar resutts were observed in studies that used Diabecon along with OHA or insutin in OHA-resistant cases. Diabecon treatment also significantly improved tipid profite, as wetl as diabetic retinopathy and microalbuminuria. Mild adverse effects were seen in onty two out of 332 patients treated with Diabecon.One patient each reported skin rashes and gastritis with 0.60% (2/332) incidence, these were mild in nature and did not necessitate drug withdrawal.None of the patients had hypogtycemic effects. The potent herbs in Diabecon are known to suppress the elevated btood gtucose tevel by inhibiting intestinal glucose absorption, affording a better utitization of gtucose by insutin-dependent pathways, significant inhibition of gluconeogenesis, increases uptake and incorporation of gtucose into gtycogen, to decrease hepatic glucose production, enhanced peripheraI utitization of glucose, increases the cAMP content of the islets, which is associated with increased insutin release, conversion of proinsutin to insulin, and antioxidant properties which prevents oxidative stress responsibte for the initiation of hypergtycemiaand tissue damage and vascular endotheliaI dysfunction which may lead to diabetic comptications. lnadditionDiabeconpossess protective actions againstdiabetic complications tike diabetic retinopathy and effectivety modutates tipidthereby reduces risk of coronary artery disease. Results from meta-analysis summarises that Diabecon is a safe, effective, affordabte therapeutic modatity as monotherapy or as an adjuvant to OHA or insutin with beneficiat effects in DMand retated comptications with additionaI advantage of [ong-term safety. 01 - oR40 Baak cf Abstrati-. i:
    • Global Ayuweda Festival - 241 4 lnternatianal Seminar on Ayurveda far Public Health UNDERSTANDING PATHOPHYSIOLOGICAL RELATIONSHIP OF OBESITY AND HYPOTHYROIDISM PA RVAT HY RAV I N ff RA N, A,l,tA R NAT H ts " V. B, iA U RA L I D i-l ARA DEPT., OF PG STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA, SKAMCH & RC, BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, PARVATYR@GMAIL. COM Obesity is one of the most important heatth risk of present era. lt is associated with an increased risk of diabetes, dyslipidemia , Cardio Vascular Diseases , lnfertitity etc. Obesity is widety regarded as a pandemic with potentiatty disastrous consequences for human heatth. According to Ayurveda sthoutya is ptaced under the santharpanottha vyadhies. Atisthoutya has been enumerated as one among Ashtaninditha purusha by Acharya Charaka impties that the condition is comparatively difficutt to manage.Obesity arises from muttipte factors. lt is tinked to many endocrine abnormatities including thyroid dysfunction. Hypothyroidism is associated with weight gain, decreased metabotic rate and thermo genesis. The hormones produced by the thyroid gland hetps in regulation of metabotism in the body. Whenever the levels of T3 and T4 fatt and the levet of TSH raises, this condition resutts. Many studies support the fact that mitd thyroid dysfunction is [inked to significant changes in body weight and tikety represents a risk factor for overweight and Obesity.As thyroid hormones are potent regutators of energy, they modulate the enzymes and fat synthesis.Hence hypothyroidism and obesity always co- exist. ln this paper an attempt has been made to link Obesity and Hypothyroidism, their undertying cause and effect relationship through Ayurvedic perspective. 01 - oR41 A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF VATAANA KARTAA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF EKAKUSHTHA (PSORIASIS) POOJA B.A, SANTSSHKUAiAR SHATTED, SHALINI C.ELI DEPARTMENT OF PANCHAKARMA, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDA, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN. Atteration in skin colour or texture not only results into physicaI suffering but have its impact on psychotogical, social wetl being. ln Ayurveda skin diseases have been described under the heading of Kushtha. Ekakushta is very commonly seen in clinical practice which is characterized by loss of perspiration, scaly lesion with whole body invotvement. Based on sign and symptoms can be compared to the disease Psoriasis in paraltel science. As there is limitations of avaitable medications and associated with side effects hence there is a need to find out safe, tong [asting and better treatment for psoriasis. According to our classics Kustha being a Bahudoshavasta vyadhi repeated shodhana is indicated. Vamana Karma one among the Samshodhana modatity to expel the morbid Kapha dosha. Considering the safe property, the drug Madanaphola was setected to see the efficacy of its different formutations. Highty significant improvement was observed in alt the parameters tike ltching, Scating, Thickness and Erythema in both the groups. Ekakushta can be compared to Psoriasis based on the clinicaI sign and symptoms. Significant lmprovement was seen in att the parameters in both the groups, comparatively sheethakoshaya yoga group showed better result. Book of Abstracfs i 26! 01 - oR42
    • Glabal Ayuweda Festival - 2A1 4 international Semrnar on Ayurveda far public Healtll A STUDY ON THE EFFICACY OF PATALADI KASHAYA AND CAPSULE PROSTINA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF BENIGN PROSTATIC HYPERTROPHY (BPH) PRAilTEP B C, RAJENDRA V, GAJANANA HEGDE DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA, GOVERNMENT AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MYSORE Disorders ofMutravahasrotas can be broadly categorised into two varieties based on one important physiotogical feature i.e, the utpatti of mutra. Atipravruttija (excessive urine formation) and Apravruttija (Reduced urine production) denotes. Mutrakrichhra and Mutraghatavikaras seem to be overtapping each other at certain at certain stages/ levels. The type of difference is primarily based on the intensity of "Vibandha" or "Avarodha" which is pronounced in Mutraghata. Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy is characterized by increased in size of prostate gland in middte aged and etderty men. Here the formation of the urine is not affected but the afftiction is related to the act of the micturition. Dysuria, urgency, dribbling, lncomplete emptying of bladder, nocturia, frequency are symptoms of Prostatic hypertrophy. MateriaI and methods include criteria for the study was 40 Patients having signs and symptoms of BPH were inctuded according to criteria of AUA-Sl, and atso after diagnosing BPH by Digitat RectaI Examination, and Ultrasonography of Abdomen and pelvis. Patients were assigned into group A and group B, consisting of 20 patients in each group. For patient of group A Patatadikashaya 30 mt thrice a day before food with sukhoshnajata for 30 days was administered. For patients of cap Prostina 2 capsutes twice a day with sukhoshnajata was administered for 30 days. Data related to subjective and objective parameters were cotteted. They were anatysed statisticatty by using Repeated Measure ANOVA, student 't' test and contingency co- efficient tabte. The statisticaI values showed significant results in subjective and objective parameters. Symptomaticatty both the groups showed marked improvement. Overa[[ assessment showed marked and moderate improvement in many patients of both the groups. There was no significant difference in the results between the groups. 01 - oR43 AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF DIABETIC PERIPHERAL AND PROXIMAL NEUROPATHY PRAJWAL KUrslAR J r1A, GAJANANA HgCDE DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA, GOVERNMENT AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MYSORE Diabetic Neuropathy is one of the most common troublesome complications ofdiabetes metlitus. lt is clinicaIty present in 30-50% of atl diabetes patients. The prevatence of neuropathy is related to age, duration of diabetes and the quatity of metabolic control, by the time a diabetic patient has severe Neuropathy, retinopathy and albuminuria are atso usuaIty present. Chronicity of any disease give rise to VatavruddhiLakshanas or VyaadhikarshanaJanyaVatavyadhi - simitarty Madhumeha being one of the Maharogas leads to further Vatavruddhi due to Vyaadhikarshana. Study was aimed 'to evatuate the effect of two groups of shamanoushadhis in the management of Diabetic Peripheral & Proximal Neuropathy'. lntervention-Totat 40 patients were setected incidentatty and assigned into Sook oflbsfraets ) 27
    • Gtobal Avurveda Festival ' 2014 i.:ernati6nal Seminar an Ayurveda lor Public Health twogroups. The Shamanoushadhis are Gokshuradiguggutu internatty &twaklepa externatty in gioup A &sahacharadikashaya internatty with moorchitatitataita&etatepa externaIty in gr*p A. KatakaKhadiradiKashaya being common to both the groups' Att the medications were administered for 1 month. After anatyzing the resutts, the both groups showed the significant result in thereduction of FBS and PPB5, but sahacharadiKashaya with MoorchitaTitaTaita atong with KatakaKhadiradiKashaya and EtaLepa Showed statistically significant resutts inreducing the symptoms of neuropathy 01 - oR44 CASE STUDY OF VIRECHAN KARMA IN DIABETES MELLITUS FRATEEK AGARWALl, 5IF! KA SWATI? DEPT. OF KAYACHIKITSA & DEPTT. OF PRASUTI TANTRA, FACULTY OF AYURVEDA BHU Diabetes mettitus refers to group of common metabotic disorder that share the phenotype of hypergytcemia. Depending upon the etiotogy of the DM, factors contributing to irvpeigtvclmia include reduced insulin secretion, decreased gtucose utitisation and increased production. ln type 2 DM, centra[ mechanism is of insutin resistance and abnorma[ insutin secretion but more interestingty every case of type 2 DM impaired insutin secretion is invariabty present. The primary defect of type 2 DM is unknown and we treat the patient according to above principte, but beside these treatment modalities, pathogenesis of DM is going on and the complication are sti[[ unevitabte' On the other hand, oral hypogtycaemic drug has its own side effect e'g weight gain, abdominal discomfort etc. Keeping the above pathogenesis and management in mind, Ihave considered the panchkarma therapy w.s.r to virechan karma in Virechan karma is done according to classicat text with- Trivrit churn as per need of patient. As study is going on, I have given virechan karma to 10 patients of DM, in S'S' hospitaI BHU' lt decreases the btood sugar leveI fasting as wetI post prandiat. lt decreases the dose of oHD and check the side effect of oHD. Finatty it improves the Quatity of Life. 01 - oR45 AN ANALYTICAL OUTLOOK TO ESTABLISH RAJODOSHA AS CAUSATIVE FACTOR OF PRATAEHA PR,ITI PATIL, P. SHWETA DIWAN' DEPT.OFMAULIKSIDDHANTA,NIA,JAIPUR,ARORAUsl@YAHOO.COM Prameho(Diabetes metlitus Type ll) is one of the mahagada (fatat diseases) out of eight described in ayurvedic texts. According to ayurveda the disease is difficutt in treatment and if ignored can lead to untimety death. Heatth is the supreme foundation to virtue' weatth, enjoyment and satvation. Therefore preservation and promotion of heatth is the principat goat of Ayurveda (i.e. Nidana parivarjona). According to American diabetes associationthetotatpoputationof Mensufferingfromdiabetesisl3.0miltion, 11'8o/"of a[[ men aged 20 years or otder have diabetes. The totat population of women suffering from diabetes is 12.6 mitlion, 10.8% of atI women aged 20 years or otder have diabetes' According lo Bhavprakash somhita femates shoutd not suffer f rom prameho as their menstrua-tion ctears out their dosaha, but present data shows that femates are also BoakslAbsfr*cfs | 28
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festivat - 2f1 4 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda far Public llealth suffering from pramehc. Some facts from modern science atso force us to think that rajodosha may be one of factors causing prameha. This impties that there is some relation between prameha and rajodosho. Ayurvedic treatment is of no use without knowing its exact cause , as samprapti vighatano can only be done when we know its cause. Thus the proper line of approach towards treating prameha in femates, rajodosha parameter should atso be included. 01 - oR45 CLINICAL EFFECTS OF TARPANA THERAPY ON REFRACTIVE ERRORS PRIYANKA JOSHI B.MUKHOPADHYAY DEPARTMENT OF SHALAKYA TANTRA, IMs, BHU Eye is an important sense organ.lt has been enjoying privitege as the main sense organ hence it is very important to protect vision from various diseases.lnspite of rapid devetopment of modern ophthalmotogy stitt there are many diseases where modern techniques do not prove much effective. Refractive errors, Errors of Accommodation, Progressive cataracts, different condition of retinopathy, severe attergic problems of the eyes etc are conditions where ayurvedic treatment can be appreciated. Tarpana therapy with ocular exercises and ayurvedic medicaments prove to be effective in improving vision. Refractive errors like myopia, hypermetropia, astigmatism are conditions where tarpana therapy is effective . A randomized study has been carried out on the patients who have presented in Shatakya OPD of IMS BHU with comptain of diminished vision and asthenopic symptoms and has been given the prescribed tarpana therapy .The cases has been studied with an objective to find out the effect of tarpana therapy on refractive errors. lt has shown improvement in the vision and asthenopic symptoms of the patients especially in the chitdren. 01 - oR47 ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER : EFFECT OF AYURVEDA IN CURRENT SCENARIO PRIYANKA TRIWf,NI R. G. G. P. G. AYU. COLLEG E, PAPROLA (H. P. ), PRtyAN KATRTVED t09@GMA| L. COM Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder is the most common neurobehavioraI and devetopmentaI disorder of chitdhood, characterised by emotional probtems, low self esteem with inattention, hyperactivity and imputsiveness.ln about hatf of the kids affected, this disorder continues into adotscence and adulthood. lts incidence is 3-5 % gtobatty.ConventionaI modern treatment with stimutant drug tike Adderalt, Ritalin leads to many side effects tike irritabitity, anxiety, sleep disruption, reduced appetite, sudden ticks, personality changes and suicidat thoughts.Most parents with ADHD kids are concerned about this serious side effects and they shoutd be.There is a need to develop alternative treatment with safe and effective medicine. Exact cause of ADHD is unknown but there are a no. of factors which can contribute to the appearance and progression of this disorder including specific inherited genes, brain injuries, food additives, environmentaI factors Iike harmfut habits during pregnancy. Ayurveda is a system of B*o/< of Absfracfs i 29
    • 3,cte! Ayurveda Festival - 2Al 4 .:e:satlonal Semrnar an Ayurveda far Public l-t*aith traditionaI indian therapies that inctudes herbal and nutritional supplementation, meditation, yoga and abhyanga for the treatment of physicat and psychotogicaI disorder. Ayurveda is not only treating this disease but can atso be used at preventive Ieve[, so first of a[[ there should be some parenting tips then some yoga for ADHD chitdren to reduce stress [ike Suryanamaskar, Pranayam, Vrikshasana, Meditation and medicines suggested are Medhya Rasayana, Brahmi (Bacopa monnnieri), Shankhpushpi (as nervine tonic and mind soother), Sarpagandha (reduce hyperactivity). Some researches explored the effectiveness of massage and exercise therapy on reducing symptoms and medication doses in ADHD school age patients. Other than these above high proteinaceous and vitamin 86 and 812 rich diet, sound sleep, ptenty of water, timited TV time and video game should be advised to improve concentration time.The need of treating ADHD with drugs tike medhyarasayanas is not onty to prevent the complications of ADHD [ike learning disabitities, antisocial behaviour and adutthood psychiatric probtems, but atso to show an effective atternative therapy to enhance the academic performance and sociaI skilts in the affected chitdren.Since there is Vata predominance in this disease so use of Basti wilt be beneficial and since this disease is of chitdhood so Matra basti can be used. Further detaits witt be exptained in futt paper. 01 - oR48 TO STUDY THE EFFECT OF SHODHAN(VAMAN) AND SHAMAN CHIKITSA IN TAMAK SHWASA W.R.T. BRONCHIAL ASTHMA PRIYANKA U.SHELOTKAR, AJIT RAWAL, R,TNUKA GAYAL P. G. SCHOLAR KAYACHIKITSA, B.S.D.T'S AYU.COLLEGE WAGHOLI, PUNE, DRPRIYASl2@GMAIL. COM Man has been in steady attempt to find the sotutions for the life-threatening and distressing disorders, which afftict the human race. One of such condition is Bronchial Asthma . lncidences of Bronchial Asthma have been raised in recent decades due to increased industrialization and pottution. This miserabte condition can be compared with lomako Shwasa in Ayurveda which is recognized by the episodic attacks of shwas and is the characteristic features, leaving the patient in pathetic situation. Modern synthetic drugs witt provide instant retief in these cases, but are tend to devetop a number of adverse drug reactions. Knowing this, the current suffering poputation is tooking towards few remedies from other systems of medicines, that are comparativety safe and provide better retief .Therefore management of this acute respiratory condition is the long mission in the medical society of att types. There is abundance of medicines exptained for Tamaka Shwasa in Ayurveda, and it is mentioned that combined Shodhana and Sharnana therapy is more effective. Hence the present study is designed to evatuate the rote of vaman fottowed by Shamana in the form of oral medicine, raseyan and yog in patient of Tamaka Shwasa.The treatment was given as vegkalin and avegkalin chikitsa.Cardinal, Associated signs and symptoms were observed before and after the treatment The resutts were assessed in terms of ctinicat recovery, symptomatic retief and pulmonary function improvement. ROLE OF AVURVEDA FOR GRACEFUL AGEING Eook ofAbsdracfs i 30 01 - oR49
    • Gtanai Ayurveda Fesuval - 201 4 !nrctnattana! Seo,,ra' on Aylilveda far pubtic Health U N IVE RS ITY O F COLOMBO, POSTG RADUATE D I PLOMA i,'-; T''Y i?iTtr^iYi The Human body is an unbelievable Magical creation done by the god Mahabrahma on his own' Not onty the human body but atso the other existing wortd is not evertasting. on time to time every second this wortd is changing as we[[ as the human body. Human, ur" not like the other living organisms. They are very intettigent and very powerful creatures. They can change and buitd this wortd as their wish. They have already proven it by entering other planets in the universe and also humans can destroy this world within seconds. Even though the humans so far can't stop this aging a decaying process of human beings. There's no any system of medicine prevatent a practice in thl wortd today for delaying ageing process except Ayurveda. Ayurveda is the science of tife aims at attaining positive weatth and futfittment of tife which is divinety inspired. The basic principles of Ayurveda are eternat truths as they are based on sound scientific facts. Everyone higirty tatks about naturaI beauty, fashions and personat heatth care in this modern gtobat society. The God was determined to every individuat to bring their own styre of beauty with evolution on this wortd. Beauty is a ametiorative thing which is constantty renovating day by day. Therefore 21 st century beauty cutture has noionty evotved but gained immense consciousness' lt gives us the right tead on etiquettes and sociaI behavior, adds to our aesthetics and develops a right sense of conducting oursetves. The ancient wisdom of lndia had this wonderfuI concept of total beauty and concept that is being understood and appreciated today atI over the world, through Ayurveda. Ayurveda is a fabutous gift given by the God covering alt the aspects of tife and tifestytes. The beauty is not a Iong tasting and evertasting phenomenon. Peopte know that. But everyone Likes to be beautifut. Why is that? ln my point of view, that because, the beauty has an intimate retationship deating with heath as wetI as love. Beauty, health and love create someone,s tife happy and rejuvenate. The resutts witt be highty remarkabte and demanded. That is catled as "tong life". lnAyurveda it is emphasized as sukhayu and hitayu. The ancient wisdom of lndia had this wonderfuI concept of ,.Total rejuvenation 01 - oR50 KAMPA(TANDAVA ROGA) AS UPADRAVA IN MADHUMEHA WSR TO CHOREA AS A PRESENTING SYMPTOM IN DIABETES MELLITUS: CASE STUDY D E pA RTM E N T o F KA'A c H r K r rs A, s DM tif :i"YT frlf rt'if f"$irTri iL i;irt ?! ir ?, KARNATAKA, SWASTAAYU@GMAI L. COM, 924281 0907 Madhumeha is a Iife styte disorder which affects almost atI Dhatus and Srotasas with Various Upadravas. These Upadravas are nothing but the Supervening symptoms that occur atong with the disease or as a sequet. Comptications of Madhumeha described in our ctassics can be ctassified as general and specific comptications. Acharya Susruta and Vagbhata describes specific comptications of Prameha according to Dominant Dosha as Kaphaja, Pittaja and Vataja Prameha Upadravas. Kampa is one among the vataja prameha Upadrava which devetops due to excessive vitiation of Vata caused by the extensive Dhatukshaya.The Chata Gunataha Vruddi of the Vata is responsibte for Kampa. ln the present case Kampa is in the form of Tandava Roga. Tandava means dancing with viotent Scolr of Absfrqefs | 3f
    • Global Ayurveda Festivaj - 20X 4 internatiaral Semrnar on Ayurveda far Pubiic Health gesticulation. The features, cause, prevalence rate of Tandava Roga exptained by Acharya Sharangadhara is exactty simitar to Chorea. Diabetes is a chronic metabolic disorder in which homeostasis of glucose is impaired. As a consequence of hypergtycemia of diabetes, biochemical and structural alterations in every tissue and organ of body occurs which account for major comptications in diabetes. Many acute metabolic comptications [ike ketoacidosis, Non- Ketotic hyperosmolar state and chronic comptication [ike retinopathy, nephropathy, neuropathy are explained but hypergtycemia induced chorea is a medicaI condition that has been rarely described in the literature but reports and articles based on case studies that are available reveal a disease pattern with a consistent onset of symptoms, radiographic findings and timited course once treatment has been initiated. ln this paper, a humble approach is made with single case study to convey diabetes meltitus should be suspected in patients who develop sudden onset of chorea. And tried to explain pathogenesis of Tandavaroga(Kampa) caused due to Madhumeha. Keywords: Madhumeha, Diabetes Mettitus, Tandava Roga, Chorea, Upadrava 01 - oR51 TO EVALUATE THE HYPOGLYCAEMIC ACTION OF AYURVEDIC PLANT MEDICINE RAKES H B RAiAFIAN KAR, AN 5 I.I IJ MAN TRI G l.J NAYAT, KRE RE D DY DEPARTMENT OF RASA-SHASTRA, FACULTY OF AYURVEDA, IMS, BHU, VARANASI, UP. PIN- 221005, RBRAMHANKARI9S6@GMAIL.COM, +9'l - 8004346633 ln the fietd of Rasoshastra and Bhaisajya Kalpana (Ayurvedic Pharmaceutics) there is always experimentation on dosage forms of Ayurvedic medicine with their pharmaceutical processes, efficacy and safety. Ayurveda having lots of Medicinal plants prescribed for the treatment of Prameha (Diabetes Metlitus (DM)). We have been selected Prameha (DM) disease for experimentat study for evatuating the hypoglycaemic effect of Lodhradi Kashaya Ghanavati (LKGV), which inctudes Lodhra (Symplocose racemosa), Horitaki (Terminatia chebuta), Musta (Cyperus rotundus) and Katphal (Myrica esculanta) i.e. actuaIty prescribed in Kwath (Decoction) forms, we was modified Kwath to Ghana (Water extract by heating method) form for easily administrable and tonger shetf tife of dosage form. Diabetes is a group of diseases characterized by high blood glucose. When a person has diabetes, the body either does not produce enough insutin or is unable to use its own insutin effectivety. Gtucose buitds up in the blood and causes that condition, if not controtted, can Iead to serious heatth comptications and even death. Mean and SD of blood gtucose level on four weeks for six animaI experimental groups were determined. For intergroup comparison of means one-way (ANOVA) was applied and the value of / fesf and tts p value (.0.005) was determined. Significant blood sugar levets were reduced in LKGV grollps. Lodhradi Kashaya Ghanavati graduatty lowers the btood gtucose as compare to Glibenclamide group. . 01 - oR52 ASSESSMENT OF ATISTHAULYA (OBESTTY) ON AYURVEDTC PARLANCE AND INTERVENTION BASED ON AYURVEDIC PRINCIPLES WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO VILANGADI CHURNA Book ofAbsfracfs I 3l
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2AI 4 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda far Fublie Health ROSt-tNt K.F. sRl JAYENDRASARASWATHY AYURVEDA COLLEGE, NAZARTHpEI CHENNAT - 6000123, 098847 12424, ROSHN r BALESH@YAHOO. CO. I N Obesity is a health probtem, of affluence, of worldwide prevatence and is considered as the insidious creeping pandemic which is now engutfing the entire worid. Changes in lifestyle, food and economic status create many [ifestyte diseases like obesity, Diabetes Mettitus, ldiopathic Heart disease, hypertension, depression etc. Of these obesity becomes risk factor for many life threatening diseases [ike lHD, DM etc. Ayurveda considers obesity (atisthautya) as one among the conditions causing generaI reduction of physiologicat excetlence in human body (ashtanindita). ln Ayurvedic ctassics the disease is described with due importance to its pathotogical imptications at tissue metabolism (dhatuparinama) and digestive process (agnivyapara). The study aimed at assessment of the patients regarding the above aspects of physiotogy and to implement the line of management depicted in Ayurvedic Classics. The study was conducted on 35 individuals and efficacy of the medicine (Vidangadichurna) was assessed with the hetp of different parameters such as laboratory investigations, body weight, and skin fold thickness. The Clinicat triaI was conducted for 35 individuals. Out of that 3 persons were dropped out after 1 month and 2 persons were coming under exctusion criteria (hyperthyroidism). The significance of resutts in laboratory investigations and total bodyweightindicate the ctinica[ trial has futfitted the objective of the project to an extent. Key words : Obesity, atisthoulya, Vidangadi churna 01 - oR53 MANAGEMENT OF STHOULYA (OBES|TY) By BASTT AND SHAMANA AUSHADHI SANDEEP 5INGH, M.A. HULLUR PG DEPT. OF KAYACHIKITSA, AYURVEDA MAHAVIDYALAYA, HUBLI. Sthoutya is the abnormal &, excess accumulation of Medo dhatu. ln modern medicaI science Sthoulya is compared with Obesity. An attempt was made to find an Ayurvedic treatment which is effective, without side effects, economic, easily availabte to att and also accepted by the other medical fietds. A total of 30 subjects diagnosed with Sthoutya were setected and they were randomty divided in three groups with 10 patients in each group. ln Group A, Lekhana basti was given in yoga basti schedule fotlowed by Trayushanadi toha 500 mg. bid with honey for one month. ln Group B, Kshara basti was given in yoga basti schedute fotlowed by Trayushanadi [oha 500 mg. bid with honey for one month and in Group C subjects were given Ptacebo tablets, 1 tab. bid with Luke warm water for one month. lt was concluded that Effect of [ekhana basti with trayushanadi [oha is more generatized and that of kshara basti with trayushanadi loha is more [ocatized. This is shown by reduction of BMI in peopte who received lekhana basti and reduction of WHR in people who received kshara basti. However group C subjects did not show improvement. 01 - oR54 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF LEKHANA BASTI AND MEDOHARYOGA IN Eook ofAbslracfs I 33
    • GtcEal AyuNeda Festival - 2A14 ,*,enaiional Seninar an Ayurveda far Public Health THE MANAGMENT OF STHOULYA sANTCIsH BALODT CHANNABAVANNA, id. SRINIVASULU D E P r o F' t Xfi +6 ii:#i.[t'"Xl H [:: ? 5,'-: i!',9 t dJ ?fl,' JS ]) ilt f f; The incidence of obesity (Sthoulya) is increasing day by day due to irregutar eating habits and sedentary tife styte. The number of obese in Asia is reaching epidemic levets coasting Governments mittion of doltars in pubtic heatth care. Obesity is characterized by excessive accumutation of fat in fat depots resutting in more than 20% increase of expected body weight. The modern science faits to give a safe and effective remedy. The panchakarma is a treatment appticabte for both shodhana and shaman therapy. Eosfi is a prime therapeutic procedure among Panchakarma. Further it is said to be the hatf of the whote treatment in itsetf. The lekhana Dravyas present in Lekhana Basti scrapes away the unwanted, improperly formed meda dhatui i.e. main pathotogy in Sthoulya. Hence Lekhana Basfi is setected in the study for effective managemenl of sthoulya. ln this study 20 patients are setected on the basis stratified sampting procedure and they are divided into 2 groups. ln I group Lekhana Easfi fottowed by Medhohara yoga is given and in ll group, only Medhoharayoga is given and results are compared by using the appropriate statisticat analysis. ln I group 40% of patient had moderate improvement, 50% of patients had mitd improvement and no response in 10% of patients. ln ll group 207' of patients had moderate improvement, 60%of patients had mitd improvement and no response in 20Y, of patients. So the present study evidenced that the group I is more effective than the group ll. The Lekhana basti is more beneficiaI in the form of shodhana with respect to the pl,ain ltedhoharayoga in the management of Sthoulya. Keywords: Obesity, Sthoutya, Shodhana, Lekhana Basti, Medhohara Yoga 01 - oR55 HOW ARE STHAULYA CONTROL & PREVENTION-A CLINICAL STUDY VI5HAL A6RAWAL, SANTCISH KU$AAR, SETi4A SACHAN DEPTT. OF ROGA NIDAN, S.G.M. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE & HOSPITAL, GHAJIPUR (U.P.), INDIA Continuous changing life stytes, environment and dietary habits have made man the victim of many diseases. Obesity (Sthautya) is one of them. Sthautya is one of the most effective disease which affect someone sociat, physical and mental features. As per modern view, it is a precursor to coronary heart disease, high btood pressure, diabetes mettitus and osteoarthritis which have been recognized as the teading kitler diseases of the mittennium. lnAyurveda, Sthautya has been described byAcharya Charaka as one of the eight despicabte persons (Ashtanindita) in the context of the body. British Medical JournaI states that 2 decades ago 1/3 of poputation wortd wide were suffering from obesity. As per its reports, obesity causes 30, 000 deaths per year. Obesity is a mutti factorial disorder but chief factor is energy batance. Treatment is difficutt and patient needs motivation. Most of the non-communicabte diseases have higher prevalence. Sthautya is one of them. lt emerged as a public heatth probtem in lndia. The disorder which witt constitute a major epidemic in the initial decades of the 21't century. Causes are unfavourabte modification of tife style and dietary habits. The improvement in the Book af Abstracis i 34
    • Global Ayurveda Fesiivai - 2Ci 4 lnternatisna! Semlnar on Ayurveria far Publtc iiea::r. patients are assessed on the basis of Rogabala, Agnibala, Dehabala and Chetasabala. ln nutshell, the entire results of study showed that Samshaman drugs with Samshodhan karma has good effect to counteract the Samprapti of the disease Sthautya. ln both group, however significant result were not obtained in biochemicaI parameters. Samshodhan (Virechana) group showed better result compared to other group. 01 - oR56 TO ASSESS THE ANTI.HYPERTENSIVE EFFICACY AND SAFETY OF GUGGULADI YOGA IN MILD TO MODERATE HYPERTENSION SAU RAB I.I. PARAU HA, i4. A- H U Lt U R., R.AJ E N E RA. H U P RI KAR PG DEPT OF KAYACHIKITSA, AYURVEDA MAHAVIDYALAYA, HUBLI. Hypertension is the commonest disease which is affecting the human race. This is the most burning and dreadful problem of today. Needtess to say the disease is a curse of modern uttra urbanization. W.H.O. has rightty stressed that any study of hypertension is incomptete unless further studies are done to determine the presence of specific etiological factor and presence or absence of comptications. The above said symptomatology resembles to many of the conditions totd in the Ayurveda such as ; Raktagatavata(Ma. Ni. 22 / 6), Mamsagatavata (Ma. Ni.22 / 17), Raktavrutavata (Ast.Hrd.16/33), Pittavrutaudanavayu, Vatavyadhi(Ch.ci.28), Raktaprodashaja vikara atso. Guggutadi Yoga a medicinaI formula which contains Shudda Guggulu Brahmi, Shankhapusphi, Jatamansi, and Gokshura(Shudda guggulu 250mg and other drugs 60mg each) Two groups were taken for triat, each group consisting of 50 subjects. Group A was given GuggutadiYoga (1 cup thrice daity with warm water) with Atenotol (50 mg OD) . Group B was given 50 mg OD with Ptacebo (1 cap thrice daity with warm water). This was 24 week prospective, randomized, doubte btind study. Age group is fixed between 35-75 years either of the sex. After the total course of treatment, the data obtained towards the resutts indicated that guggutu yoga having significant resutt in management of hypertension. 01 - oR57 A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF BOERHAVIA DIFFUSA (PUNARNAVA) rN ESSENTTAL HYPERTENSTON (UCHA RAKTACHAPA) SAURABI-IA NAYAK, DEBA PRAsAN DAsI.I, BR.AJARAJ DASI-I, KABI PRASAF N*ISRA GOPABANDHU AYURVEDA MAHAVIDYALAYA (G.A.M), PURI, ODISHA EssentiaI Hypertension is a major non communicabte pubtic heatth probtem in lndia and its prevalence ranges f rom 20-40o/" in urban adutts and 1 2- 17% among rural adults which is stitt rapidty increasing. ln fact, it is the most prevatent chronic disease in lndia.The number of peopte with hypertension is projected to increase from 118 miltion in 2000 to 214 mittion in2025, with nearly equaI numbers of men and women. Though there is no direct mention of this disease in Ayurvedic texts many Ayurvedic Schotars have tried to explain its etiopathogenesis ft management by using Ayurvedic principtes. Many herbat & herbomineral drugs have been experimentalty and ctinicatty triatled in the management of hypertension with varied resutts. Punarnava is a we[[ known ptant in the Ayurvedic Fook ofAbslracls 3,
    • Global Ayurveda Feslival - 2Al 4 lnternatiana! Seminar an Ayurveda far Public Heaith community. lt has been in use in different ailments for its diuretic action to reduce oedema. lt has got protective function on the urinary system. But some recent studies have found Punarnava to be effective in essential hypertension by Ca2 + channel blocking effect in experimental models without any undue effect on normal btood pressure. The present singte blind, simpte, randomized, standard controtted ctinicaI study was an approach to evaluate the efficacy of Punarnava (Boerhaavio diffusa) capsutes in mitd essential hypertension using different objective & subjective parameters. The resutts were compared to a standard drug (hydrochtorothiazide). Punarnarnava was found effective in reducing both systotic & diastotic blood pressure with statisticalsignificance. It also significantty improved the subjective comptains [ike headache, dizziness & fatigue. Moreover it was wetl toterated by most of the subjects and did not produce any harmful side effects unlike hydrochtorothiazide. ln a nutshell the resutts proved the potential of punarnava to be a good antihypertensive drug management of mitd essentiaI hypertension. 01 - oR58 SCIENTIFIC EVALUATION OF ETIOPATHOGENESIS OF PRAMEHA VIS.A. VIS DIABETES: SHIKHA NAYAK, B. SWAPNA SHIK-NAYAK@REDIFFMAIL.COM, CONTACT NO. 969491 7383 ,Diabetes Metlitus' (DM)is a silent epidemic and a potentiatty tife threatening tife styte disorder which has always been invincibte. For every 10 seconds a person dies from Diabetes comptications, which is one of the major causes of premature deaths wortdwide with 4 mittion deaths every year and another 300 mittion peopte at risk. lncidence and prevatence of DM are increasing in tine with tife styte changes and are on rise in devetoped and devetoping countries. According to lnternational Diabetes Federation (lDF) there were an estimated 40 mittion diabetics in lndia in 2007 , and is predicted to rise to atmost 70 mittion by 2025. 'Prameha' depicts 'Diabetes' and 'Madhumeha', termed owing to the sweet taste of urine, simutates'Diabetes Metlitus'. The tucid explanation of Prameha in the Ayurvedic texts encompasses the dietary and tifestyte factors which are invotved in the etiopathogenesis and also enlightens their importance in the preventive and therapeutic aspects of disease. This atarming condition attributes the role of diet and tife styte in etiotogy, prevention and treatment of Diabetes. Recent researches reveaI that maintenance of modest weight toss through diet and physical activity reduces the incidence of type 2 diabetes in high-risk persons by about 40% lo 60% over 3 to 4 years which is wetl clear from the exptanations in ayurveda. As evidence based concept is the need of the hour, the present paper portrays the scientific substantiation of Prameha, the detaits of which witt be presented during the presentation' 01 - oR59 A CLINICAL STUDY ON MANAGEMENT OF STRESS IN TYPE - II DIABETES MELLITUS,(MADHUMEHA) WITH WITHANIA SOtvtNIFERA (ASWAGAN DHA) SFlOBl'lA NAYAK, BINOD KUiIAAR PANDA, SAi'lBlT nAs GOPABANDHU AYURVEDA MAHAVIDYALAYA, PURI, ODISHA EookofAbslracfs i 36
    • Glabal Ayurveda Fesfiual - l0 f4 lnternatianal Semln;r on Ayurveda for Publlc Hea{th Type - ll Diabetes meltitus has atready emerged as a globalpubtic heatth probtem in last few years. Extensive worldwide research on diabetes has established the complexities of the retationship between stress and diabetes have become wetl known. Evidence suggests that stress can affect diabetes, in terms of both its onset and its exacerbation. So stress can be both the cause & effect of Type - 2 Diabetes. Stress can have a deleterious effect on gtycemic control and can affect quatity of tife in diabetics. On the other hand emerging evidence strongly suggests that interventions that hetp individuats prevent or cope with stress can have an important positive effect on quatity of tife and glycemic controt. Stress is one of the major therapeutic areas where Ayurvedic drugs find an important role to ptay. Many herbs have proven antistress & adaptogenic properties. Aswagandha (Withania somnifera) is probably the most widety and most poputarty used herb for stress management by Ayurvedic Physicians since ages. ln this simple, randomized, single blind, placebo controtted ctinicaI study we have approached to assess the different stresses like emotional burden, Physician related distress, Regimen retated distress & interpersonal distress in Type - 2 diabetic populations with Diabetes Distress Scate (DDS). Those diabetics having a considerable stress tevet (DDS Score > 3) were given treatment with Aswagandha capsules for six weeks and once again the'ir stress leveI was measured. The trial drug Aswagandha statisticatty significantty reduced the stress [eve[ and other stress related comptains like anxiety, depression, steep probtem, fatigue & tack of concentration as compared to placebo without producing any harmfuI undue effects. The gtycemic control was atso better in the control group. The positive effect of the drug atso continued for another six weeks even after withdrawing the medication. ln summary Aswagandha can offer comprehensive benefits as an adjuvant in Type - 2 diabetics suffering from different stresses. 01 - oR60 ROLE OF "STRESS FACTOR" IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF DIABETES MELLITUS AND ITS TREATMENT WITH MEDHYA RASAYANA. A CLINICAL STUDY SHWETA DEWAN, PREETI PATIL, NIOI-II SHARA,IA DEPARTMENT OF BASIC PRINCIPLES, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDA, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN, ARORAU5l @YAHOO.COM Today stress has become the witd animal and an inescapabte part of modern life. Diabetes mellitus is a giant disease, considered as one of the arch enemy of the mankind. lndia is having the 18% of totat diabetic poputation of the world. ln anxiety and stress prone individuats, the somprapfi (pathogenesis) of Prameha(Diabetes Mettitus) starts from the vitiation of agni (digestive fire) leadingto amotpatfi (indigestive juice) and that arna when setttes in basfi (urinary btadder), it leads to manifestation of Prameha. lAadhumehari churna has anti-diabetic properties and lvledhyoRasayanc has the molecular nutrients for the brain and is claimed to retieve stress. A total number of 60 patients aged between 20-70 years suffering from salient feature of stress invotved non-insulin dependent diabetes meltitus were registered. The patients were divided into 3 groups. Group A included patients with stight and moderatety high blood sugar, and were treated with MedhyaRasayan churna 2gm BD. Group B inctuded patients with high blood sugar, and Sook ofAbsiraefs | 37 I
    • Globat Ayuweda Festivat - 2414 lnternational Seminar" on Ayurveda for Publie Health were treated with Madhumehari churno 5gm BD. Group C included patients with high btood sugar, and were treated with both MedhyaRasayanZgm. + Madhumehari churna 5gm. B.D with Luke warm water before meal for a period of 4 months. Group C had statisticatty significant retief on atmost a[[ symptoms of Prameha as compared to Group A and Group B. There is a rote of negative Manasika Bhavas (psychic traits) in the formation of Ama, thus acting as one the primary factor in the pathogenesis of Prameha. Prameha can be managed by changing mode of life styte and decreasing stress hormones by use of MedhyaRasayana. Key words: Samprapti, Agni, Amotpatti, Prameha, Madhumehari Churna, ltedhyaRasayan, Negative Manasi ka Bhavas. 01 - oR61 A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE EFFECT OF NASYA AND TAKRADHARA IN ARDHAVABHEDAKA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MIGRAINE SHYAI'IAl-4, GAJANANA H EGDE DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA, GOVERNMENT AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MYSORE Ardhavabhedaka is one of the most distressing type of shirashoota encountered in present days. Literature on Migraine makes it ctear that Ardhavabhedaka is a variety of Migraine in specific Migraine without aura. Exact cause of Migraine is not known onty hypothetical theories have been put forth. Stress is one of the major triggering factor. Hence takradhara was selected in the present study to achieve maximum benefit. The objectives of the study were to assess and compare the effect of Nasya and takradhara in Ardhavabhedaka. Totat 38 patients, having symptoms of Ardhavabhedaka were inctuded.20 patients were assigned into Group A and 18 patients into Group B. For patients of Group A nasya with shadbindu taita was done for 2 weeks with a gap of week in between. Takradhara was done for 2 weeks with a gap of week in between for patients of Group B. Data was collected before commencement of treatment, on 15th day and on 30th day of the study period. They were analysed using student t test, repeated measure ANOVA and contingency tabte anatysis. Both procedures showed highty significant resutts. Overa[[ assessment showed marked and moderate improvement in most of the patients. There was no significant difference in between the resutts of both groups. Keywords : Ardhavabhedaka, Migraine, Shadbindu taita, Nasya, Takradhara 01 - oR62 A CLINICAL APPROACH -MANAGEMENT OF MADHUMEHA W.S.R TO DIABETES A,IALLITUS SINGH K.P", PRASHANT KUI1AAR s.R.M. STATE AyURVED|C COLLEGE & HOSPTTAL, BAREILLY(U.P.) 243001 ,09411862767, KPSINGH@GMAIL.COM Book af Abstracis I 38I
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festival - 2414 lnternatianal Seminar an Ayurveda lor Public Health The present era is futl of chaos, stress & strain due to tife styte modifications, change in dietary habits, urbanization and industrialization. This has lead in the upsurge of many diseases and one of them is Madhumeha. Though Madhumeha is a disease known since ancient times to the mankind, its upsurge is quiet alarming. On the basis of its symptomatotogy Madhumeha can be correlated to the features of Diabetes metlitus. Diabetes meItitus is a metabolic disorder of carbohydrate, fat, & protein characterized by hypergtycemia with or without gtycosuria. lt is associated with [ong-term potentiatty catastrophic effects on almost atl systems of the body. These can manifest as minor annoyances at first but then insidiously destroy the cellular components of a given body part, organ, or entire system. Diabetes meItitus is aggressivety progressive and the prognosis is poor untess definite measures are taken to controt the disease. Oral hypogtycemic agents and insutin used for the treatment of diabetes mettitus by the attopathic system of medicine have numerous side effects. lt comprises of Patients inctusion criteria, exctusion criteria, diagnostic criteria, assessment criteria, various laboratory investigations, advice regarding Pathya- Apathya & exercise, grouping of the patients, observations, effect and results of the individuat therapy has been discussed. It can bq concluded that on the basis of symptomatotogy of Madhumeha, the disease Madhume can be corretated with Diabetes metlitus. Both drugs were effective in controtling the disease Madhumeha; however Virechan and Shaman yoga Group provided better results than Shaman yoga Group. 01 - oR63 A CLINICAL STUDY TO EVALUATE THE COMBINED EFFECT OF SHAMANAUSHADHIS IN MADHUMEHA JANYA UPADRAVA W.S.R. DIABETIC NEPHROPATHY SRHELAKSI.IMI K., D.JAYAPRKASH, B IMATHAPATI DEPT. OF PANCHAKARMA, SSRAM COLLEGE & HOSPITAL, INCHAL, BELGAUM, KARNATAKA, WAY2LACHU@GMAIL. COM Diabetic Nephropathy is a serious & frequent form of RenaI disease, manifested as a Microvascutar complication of Diabetes Meltitus. The word Madhumeha Janya upadrava is coined in Special reference to the disease Diabetic Nephropathy where the dushta medas along with kapha, does dooshana of kleda and gets transformed to Mootra, which causes obstruction at the Mootravaha srotas and transforms Madhumeha into incurabte form leading to manifestations of upadrava. Diabetic Nephropathy is the 3'd leading cause of death, among End Stage Renal Disease (ESRD) patients. This nephropathy seen in later stages of diabetes metlitus, presents with first Hyperfittration, RenaI hypertrophy, Microatbuminuria, and Hypertension, and later Proteinuria and End-Stage RenaI Disease. And as such no specific treatment avaitable at present even though the DIABETOLOGY and ENDOCRINOLOGY has been ranged as separate entities, stitI the treatment is far from therapeutic satisfaction. Treatment focuses on controlting the symptoms, minimizing complications, and stowing the progression of the disease. The Optimat therapy for Diabetic Nephropathy is prevention as, it necessitates Diatysis which is much cumbersome, so in a[[ Diabetic Patients as a comprehensive care, screening for Microatbuminuria should be done in its earlier asymptomatic period itself, so that effective therapies could be Sook ofAbstracfs I 39!
    • Global Ayurveda Festivat - 2Ai 4 lnternatianat Seminar on Ayurveda fu Publie Health instituted to prevent progression. At this venture, an economicaI satisfactory drug has to be identified, either to interfere with the disease process or delay the progression of nephropathy teading to ESRD, this work is speciatly intended. lt is an observational ctinicat study done to evatuate the combined effect of Shitajitvadi vataka, Punarnavadi mandura,Triphata guggutu,Pippatimootadi Paneeya added with Amrita & Bringaraja on Madhumeha janya upadrava with special reference to Diabetic nephropathy. Efficacy of the drug and response to the treatment is determined by seriaI monitoring of 24 hr Microatbumin excretion. As it's a observational ctinical study pretest and post test design was adopted. Data was Statisticatty analyzed using Descriptive Statistics, Paired 't' test , Contingency Coefficient tabte analysis using SPSS for windows software. The parameters in the study were- Subjective parameters [ike Akshikootashotha, Pada shotha, Dourbalyata, Agnimandhya, weight, votume of urine. Objective parameters Iike Microatbuminuria, Serum Atbumin, Serum Creatinine, GFR, Btood Urea and Albuminuria, Btood pressure and FBS and PPBS. The study has shown statistically significant improvement in Microalbuminuria, which has proven to be a powerfuI screening tool and atso for prognosis in DN. Together it had proved the effectiveness of this yoga in retarding the progression of Gtomerular lnjury. The yoga also found effective to stabilize the Risk factors of DN tike Btood Gtucose levets, Hypertension. Key words: Diabetic Nephropathy, Shitajitvadi vataka, Punarnavadi mandura,Triphata guggutu, Pippatimootadi PaneeYa. 01 - oR64 ROLE OF LASUNA RASAYANA IN SELECTED LIFE STYLE DISEASES SREENIKESHAN T R, REMYAV, ASWATHY V, REENU VARGHESE DEPr oF DRAVYAGUNA VTJANA Govr AYURVEDA coLLEGE' t!'lJrX]'llHH:ffiii^Tfl:l3t^i Life styte diseases are diseases that which appear to increase in frequency asf,ountries become more industriatized and people Iive Ionger. They inctude Atzheimer's, atheroscterosis, asthma, some kind of cancer, chronic [iver diseases or cirrhosis, COPD, type2 diabetes, heart diseases, metabotic syndrome, osteoporosis, stroke, depression and obesity. Causes of tife styte diseases include diet and tife styte are major factors. ln the current era tife styte diseases are tending to increase. Rasayana chikitsa has important role to ptay in managing tife styte diseases. Rasayana means a procedure by which Rasadi saptha Dhatus are satisfied in att aspects through proper nourishment. Lasuna having Snigdha, theekshna, guru sara guna, Amta varjitha pancha rasa, katu vipaka, ushna veerya and batya, kapha vata samakam, raktakara karma can be used as an exceltent Rasayana. ln life styte disorders such as chotesterol, diabetes, obesity, heart disease, atheroscterosis lasuna rasayana can be used much effectivety for management. Lasuna is main effect is to protect the metabotism and the heatthy functioning of the body and organs. ln this way, Lasuna acts as both an external shietd that prevents various diseases and diverse lnfectious agents from invading the body, and an internal whirtwind that ctears everything in its path and improves circutation (without destroying the organism's good bacteria). Lasuna is also one of the most powerfuI medicinal plants for combating high btood pressure, protecting the heart, and promoting good btood circulation. The Bock of Abstracts | 40
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    • Global Ayurveda Festivat - 241 4 lriernatiinat Semtnar an Ayurveda far Publie Health Hepatitis B, one of the major probtems worldwide, can produce Jaundice severely. Hepatitis B is ctaimed to be 100-200 times more infectious thanAlDS and resutts in approximatety one million deaths each year, making it the Wortd's 1Oth teading cause of death. lnspite of tatest vaccine the chronic asymptomatic carriers of HBV and its comptications stit[ do not have drugs. Specific therapies are unavaitabte either to counteract the viraI infection or to promote the Hepatoceltutar regeneration. The cure of disease is teft to the mercy of nature and time. Ayurveda possesses effective antiviral and Hepatoprotective herbs in pharmacopoeia. ln the present study, subjects suffering from HBV induced Jaundiced were setected and investigated. Patients were thoroughty examined and randomly divided into two groups, Group A and Group B. Group A received Amapachana chikitsa with Katuki churna atong with Sukhoshana jata as Anupana at a dosage of 5gm twice daity for a period of 3 to 5 days fotlowed by the administration of Trivrit tehya as a part of Virechana karma, after the samsarjana karma, Vasaguduchyadi kashaya was administered for a period of 60 days (2 months) and the subjective, objective parameters were assessed before and after the treatment. Group B patients received Amapachana chikitsa with Katuki churna along with Sukhoshana jata asAnupana at a dosage of 5gm twice daily for a period of 3 to 5 days, Jimutaka Nasya was performed for a period of 5 to 7 days fottowed by Vasaguduchyadi kashaya as Shamanoushadhi for a period of 60 days (2 months) and the subjective and objective parameters were assessed before and after the treatment.ln the ctinicat triat demographicat data of the patients were very informative. Patients betonging to both the groups (Group A and B) responded very wett. Highty significant results were obtained on the subjective parameters, objective parameters intluding bio-chemicat changes, urine test for presence of Bite salts and Bite pigments in both the groups before and after treatment. The test for HBsAg (Hepacard method) became negative in alt the patients betonging to either groups and the overall response of the therapy was proved in the management of HBV induced Jaundice. Key words: Hepatitis B, HBV induced Jaundice, Trivrit tehya, Jimutaka nasya, Vasaguduchyadi kashaya 01 - oR67 EFFICACY OF BALA AND AMALAKI SIDH TAKRADHARA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MADHUMEHA JANYA UPADRAV VIDHU B. iAAHESHWARI DEPARTMENT OF P.G STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA, D.G.M AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, GADAG- 582 1 03, KARNATAKA, 7 82921 207 3, DRVI DH UMAH E5 HWARI @GMAI L. COM ln spite of alt sorts of advancements of science, in this wortd, man is not able to sailhimself in the boat of happy & healthy life. Unnatural ways of tife styte has originated anxiety, anger, hostitity & grief directty or indirectty. So many diseases are there which areoutput of unnaturat dietary habits, resttess tifestyte and stress, one of such is madhumeha. The feature of madhumeha has simitarity with type 2 diabetes exptained in modern text. Recent studies reveaI that the prevatence rates are 10-18% in the urban lndian adult poputation and there is also evidence that the prevatence of type 2 diabetes is increasing in ruraI poputation too.Un controtled Madhumeha produces upadrav like Numbness, Neurit,is, Tingting sensation etc. Bata and Amataki siddha Takradhara was administered Boek cf Abstracfs i 4?
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    • -': ctai Avurveda Festival - 2A t 4 -:i..e!;orat Seminar on Aywveda fot Pttblic Health 01 - PO1 A SURVEY STUDY FOR THE EVALUATION OF ROLE OF AMA IN THE PATHOGENESIS OF ANURJATAJANYA (ALLERGIC) DISEASES ASHIJEET KUMBHAR, SHREERAM KUI'AWAT, Nl5!{.4 GUpTA DEPTT. OF MAULIK, SIDDHANTA AND SAMHITA, NIA, JAIPUR' 3O2OO2, JEETAYUST@GMAIL'COM ln today's era of modernization and civitization, peopte are conscious about their so caLted physicat fitness but least concerned about the things necessary for the maintenance of psychosomatic fitness. Due to ignorance of the peopte towards their heatthy status, ingestion of fast food, non-observance of dietetic rutes, skipping meals' tate night dinners etc. are favorabte to various kinds of disorders especiatty anurjatajanyo (attergic) disorders tike attergic rhinitis, atlergic asthma, attergic skin disorders, aItergic GIT disorders etc' Attergy is one of four forms of hypersensitivity and is formatty catted type I (or immediate) hypeisensitivity. Attergic diseases are extremety common with nearly 50% of the poputation being affected at soire time during their tife. Currently, about 20 to 30 per cent of peop-te in lndia are having one or more aItergic diseases and their prevatence is rising dramaticatty, the WAO saia. lltergic diseases and asthma, [ike other non-communicable diseases, are escalating to epidemic proportions wortdwide and up to 30-40% of the wortd,s poputation are now affected by some form of attergy. The world Heatth organization (WHO) estimates 300 mittion individuats have asthma wortdwide, a figure that could increase to 400 mittion by2025 if trends continue. with the review of ayurvediya and modern researches over attergic disorders, wHo data and cl'assical references from ayurvediya treatise and other contemporary science a survey study of attergic diseases was carried out. present survey study was conducted to evaluate the inevitabte rote of amainthe pathogenesis of attergic diseases. Detaitstudywitt be discussed in the main course of paPer. Keywords: Ama, agni, anurjata, attergic diseases' 01 - PO2 SAMPRAPTIVIGHAMANA OF PCOS AMBIKA P NAYAK, NIRANJAN RAS DEPT. OF PANCAKARMA, sDMCA, UDUPI, AMBIKANAYAKS6@GMAIL.COM, +91 9986649958 lnfertitity is a btooming issue in today's wortd.Gtobat infertitity prevalence rates are difficutt to determine, due to the presence of both mate and femate factors' one in every four couples in devetoping countries has found to be affected by infertitity - reports WHO, i.e. about 186 mittion married women of reproductive age in devetoping countries maintained a'child wish'(DHS 2OO4). Potycystic ovarian syndrome is one of the teading causes of female infertitity (9-12y" prevatence) and a common presentation being gain of weight or faiture to lose weight (50% of PCOS cases). This comes under the sant-arpacajanyavyadhi in Ayurveda and irodhana forms a main tine of treatment' The conceptua[ understanding of the retation between PCOS and santarpaGajavyadhi and its management by vamana karma witt be discussed' Keywords: PCOS, santarpaGajanyavy6dhi, vamana karma' 5c:, c'Acsiracls i 44
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    • 3tc.a: AvuNeda Festival - 201 4 --:iiati6nat Seninar on Avurveda f0' f!!U!e!th in accordance of vyadhiavastha, both rogi and rogabata. Doing santarpanakriya by considering atl above said criterias we can ensure a good tife to the patients atso it is easytoaphysiciantopreventtheconditionfromfurthercomp[ications. 0l - Po5 AYURVEDICAPPRoACHTowARDsUNDERSTANDINGPATHoPHYSIoLoGY OF ALZHEIMER'S DISEASE ASWATHY PRAKASH C., BYRESH A. DEPr'oFKAYA.HrKrrs#frHl;h,1^lr';''Ji%llNo',ln,iAililiff ; Alzheimer's disease (AD) is a progressive, neurodegenerative disease that primarity affects the etderty popuiatlon of over 70 years of age and is estimated to account for 50%of dementia cases.The condition is characterized by a progressive loss of memory' deterioration of virtuatty att intettectuaI functions, decreased speech function, disorientation, insomnia, anxiety, depression, hattucinations and gait irregutarities' Recognized factors in AD inctude acetytchotine deficiency, free radicats and inftammation ofbraintissueresuttinginthehippocampalatrophy.Thepotentriskfactorsinclude Diabetes mettitus, nypeitension, etevated homocystine& cholesterol levet' low dietary intake of fruits e vegetautes and low tevel of exercise. Anyonyaavarana is atypical phenomenonofVatacausingavaranatosub.typesofvata'Thetakshanasgivenunder Pranavritavyana tike sarvendriyanam shoonyathwam, smritikshayam, batakshayam; pranavritaUdana tikesirograha and SamanavritaVyana tike murcha, tantra, pratapa, angasada, agnikshaya, otokshaya, batakshayaare simitar to those of AD. Hence an attempt is made in inis poster to criticatty anatyze the nidanapanchankas of AD in the tight of AnYonavarana of Vata' 01 - PO6 BHESHAJAPRAYoGAINPRAMEHAw.s.RToBHAISHAJYARATNAVALI- A LITERARY REVIEW BASAVARAJ ESHWARI, R. R. H IREMATH BHAISHAJYA KALPANA DEPARTMENI KLE UNIVERSITY'S SHRI BMK AYURVEDA' MAHAVI DYALAYA, SHAHAPUR, BELGAUM- 59OOO3. The word bheshaja titeratty means aushadha(medicine)' Bheshaja is fit to be known by a bhishak (physician) so it is catted as bheshaja . since it is hetpfut in chikitsa(treatment) it is catted bhaishajya. These bheshaja as totd by our acharyas are in the form of singte drug or formutatlons. so here Bhaishajya Ratnavati is such a [iterature which mainty deats with the formutations as per diseases. This book is considered as one of the mitestone in the fietd of Bhaishajya katpana. ln this [iterature acharya hightighted the formutations which are very effective in particular diseases, in the same way acharya described and kept in froni of us the formutations retated to Prameha' He describes there are two types of prameha based on rogi they are 1) sthuta rogi and 2) Krusha rogi' Based on this concept ihe chikitsa for pr"t.h" rogi is as follows i'e A Krusha prameha rogi is treated with bata mamsadi brimhana aushadas and at the same time A batawan tsock o! Abstracfs | 46
    • GlobalAyurueda Festival - 2A1 4 lnternatianal Seminar on Ayyyeda for Publit Health prameha rogi is treated with aushadhas which does vamanadi samshodhana karma. Hence the present work was selected to screen the Formulations exptained in Bhaishajya ratnavati for the treatment of prameha. ' 01 -PO7 ROLE OF DIET AND LIFESTYLE IN PREVENTION AND AAANAGEMENT OF PRAMEHA W.S.R. TO TypE-2 DTABETES MELL|TUS(DM) CHINMAY PHADKE, DEEPAK S.AI DEPT. OF P.G. STUDIES IN SWASTHAVRITTA, SDM COLLEGE OFAYURVEDA, KUTHPADY, UDUPI- 574118 KARNATAKA, CHINMAYPHADKEl4@YAHOO.COM lndia is in the second place with largest number of peopte suffering from diabetes next to China. According to the lndian CounciI of Medicat Research-lndian Diabetes study, a nationaI diabetes study, lndia currently has 62.4 mittion peopte with diabetes. This is set to increase to over 100 mittion by 2030. The majority of peopte with diabetes (>90%) have Type 2 diabetes. White type2DM predominantly affects otder individuals in devetoped countries, in developing nations tike lndia it affects the younger population in the prime of their working lives and thus poses an even greater threat to the heatth of these individuats. This epidemic of diabetes is unfortunately paratteted by a corresponding increase in the prevalence of its complications, both micro vascular and macro vascutar, which account for much of the premature morbidity and mortality due to diabetes in lndia. With many complications as nephropathy, neuropathy, retinopathy and the increased risk of side effects of oraI hypogtycemic agents pose a major threat to the diabetic population. So the need of the hour is to prevent the onset for those who are prone to and reduce the medicaI intervention in those who are atready caught up with the disease. Here comes the role of ayurveda and yoga. Att the bruhatrayis especiattyAcharya Sushruta has elaborately described about the lifestyle changes in pramehi. Whereas Acharya Charaka has pointed mainty on the dietetic aspects with yava and other kudhanyas ptaying a pivotaI rote, which is also supported by modern day scientific research. Few asanas, (paschimottanasana, ardhamatsyendrasana, mandukasana) pranayama and meditation (dhyana) have also proved to be clinicatty effective. Thus the need of the hour is to educate and implement these diet and lifestyte changes in the diabetic prone and effected population. Proper imptementation of which witt be much hetp to the society. 01 - PO8 TO STUDY THE EFFICACY OF JATAMANSI PHANTA IN HYPERTENSION ROHIT BHCIGE, NATTATR.AYA L.SHINDE DEPARTMENT OF KAYACHIKITSA, BHARATI VIDYAPEETH UNIVERSITY, COLLEGE OF AYURVED, KATRAJ - DHANAKWADI, PU NE 98901 1 1 954, DSH I N DE249@GMAI L. COM Depending on the criteria for the diagnosis hypertension can be said to be present about 18'20% of adult population and around 50% of the totat cases remain undiagnosed and they never attend any clinic. Moreover the comptications of this disease are more grievous then disease itself. The pathogenesis of Hypertension is not clearly understood in Ayurveda. Hypertension in ayurved perception is very important by identifying signs & symptoms of the disease. ln young adutts, hypertension can sometimes be due to mental Book of Abstracls i 47
    • Glcbal Ayurveda Festival - 2fi1 4 lnternationa! Seninar an Ayurveda far Public llealth stress reasons and also due to De-merits of modern antihypertensive drugs, present study was undertaken to evaluate the efficacy of Jatamansi Phanta in the management of Hypertension. Jatamansi is known to relieve anxiety, stress and mentaI fatigue. Churna of the root of Jatamansi is setected for research. Sarpagandha acts as Nidrajanaka and Hridayavasadaka. lt reduces Mastishka Uttejana and high btood pressure. By acting on the vasomotor centre it teads to generalized vasoditatation, with lowering of btood pressure. Singte btind randomized controtled study. 60 patients were selected for the study and divided into two groups randomty. Comparing all the symptoms of Hypertension atong with Systotic and Diastotic Btood Pressure and investigations before and after treatment: Over atl comparison showed stightty better results in GroupAthan Group B. Out of 4 symptoms, Group Awas effective in 3 symptoms while Group B was effective in onty 1 symptom. ln terms of Systotic and Diastolic B.P. GroupAwas slightly more effective than Group B. As per statisticaI anatysis Group A which was treated with Jatamansi phanta when compared with Group B which was treated with Sarpagandha Vati showed equal results. The ctinical triat of Jatamansi Phanta & Sarpagandha Vati observed equatty effective in Hypertension. Both groups showed equatty effective in altsymptoms. Group A-Jatamansi Phanta was very effective in 3 symptoms where as Group B-Sarpagandha Vati was effective in 01 symptom. P-Value for atI symptoms is less than 0.001' 01 - PO9 THE MAN IN ZOO TAPAN H. GANDHI, RVIKR.ISHNA 5. AITHAL, T. SHRIDHARA BAIR.Y DEPT. OF DRAVYAGUNA, SDM COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA, UDUPI The term 'Lifestyle' is a rather diffused concept often used to denote "the way peopte live", reflecting a whote range of social values; attitudes and activities. lt is composed of cultural and behavioural patterns and tifetong personat habits that have devetoped through process of sociatization. Heatth requires the promotion of heatthy lifestyle' Our acharyas had accumutated a considerable body of evidence which indicate association between health and tifestyte of individuals. Charak in Rasayan Adhyaya Ayurved- samuthaniya pada has elaborated that Gramya oahar chosen by the society was not successfuI in making inroads in community heatth. Sedentary tifestyte was responsible for less physicat activity which became the cause of preventable diseases. 01 - PO10 CLINICAL EFFICACY OF RASA GANDHAKA MEZUKU, NANDI MEZUKU, TRIPHALA AND NIMBADI KWATHA IN PATIENTS WITH GRANTHI VISARPAM WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO GENERELIZED PUSTULAR PSORIASIS.A STUDY HARIHARAN 5." GOBIN,4TI-I N. v r svA N Ar H AY u RV E D I c H o s P I rA L, t o, r, Tt'ilolo, +?.tJfi^i Slli[x1lt t; Generatized pustular psoriasis (GPP) is an extremely rare type of psoriasis that can be present in a variety of forms. Untike the most general and common forms of psoriasis, GpP usuatty covers the entire body and has pus-fitted btisters rather than ptaques. The Book of Abstratfs | 48
    • Globai,Ayurveda Fesiiual - 20 i4 lnternatianal Seminar on Ayurveda fsr Publie Haaltlt most prominent symptom is sheeted, pinhead-sized, sterite, sub-corneaI pustutes. Ayurveda addresses this condition as Granthi Visarpam, one of the most dreaded ailments. It is caused as a resutt of the vitiation of Kapha, Vata and Raktha doshas and are characterized by painfut blisters atl over the body associated with fever, dyspnoea, cough, diarrhea, nausea, dryness of mouth and giddiness. Ayurveda advocates ma.ny therapeutic measures inctuding sodhana and samana methods to control this aitment. ln this present study, 7 patients with Granthi Visarpam were administered ctassical preparations viz. Maha tiktakam kwatha, Aragwadhadi Kwatha, Panchanimbadi vati, Gopichandanadi gutika and Natpamaradi Tailam. Besides these ctassical preparations, atl the 7 patients were given a traditional medicine constituting Rasa gandhaka mezuku, Nandi mezuku and Triphata oratly and Sarvanga dhara with Nimbadi and Thriphata Kwatha externatly. 6 of the 7 patients tried in the study showed significant recovery from the aitment white one had poor progress. The unique administration of the trial drugs hetped to recover from the plaques and blisters restoring normalcy due to their detoxifying and healing properties. 01 - POl1 AN AWARENESS OF OBESITY IN CHILDREN W.S.R.T CORN SUGAR JASPREET SINGH BRAR sHRl JAGADGURU GAVTSTDHESHWARAyURVEDTC COLLEGE, KOppAL (583231).KARNATAKA, 09872537777, JASPREETBRAROT@GMAI L. COM White mittions of chitdren in world die from starvation, mitlions of their western counter parts eat too much exercise too [ittte and make their self ill because of obesity. This presentation creates awareness to the obesity in children particutarly by consuming corn sugar that is high fructose corn syrup (HFCS).So many serious heatth problems results from HFCS in children [ike tiver problems and obesity, growing children who become obese have greatty diminished opportunities for good heatth in adulthood. These chitdhood obesity facts make clear that we are raising a society of overweight children who witt turn into overweight adutts and these over weight population witt probably raise chitdren who witl be fat by birth. The HFCS is as bad as atcohoI is causing people to store fat in tiver. HFCS also calted lsoglucose, Gtucose--fructose syrup and High fructose maize syrup comprises of corn syrup that has undergone enzymatic processing to convert some of its gtucose to fructose to get desired sweetness. HFCS consistof 24% water and the rest sugars. The most widety used varieties of HFCS is HFCS-55 which contains 55% fructose and 42% glucose. HFCS is sweeter and cheaper than table sugar and is widety used in cold drinks and snacks. The digestion, absorption, and metabotism of fructose differ from glucose. Hepatic metabotism of fructose favours [ipogenesis, in addition, unlike gtucose, fructose doesn't stimutate insutin secretion or enhance leptin production, because insutin and Ieptin act as key afferent signats in regulation of food intake and body weight, this suggests that dietary fructose may contribute to over intake of food. As perAyurveda, Acharya Charak has explained about ashta aahaar vidhi vishesh ayatan in viman sthana, "Karan" is one of it according to which processing of food materiaI must enhance the quatity but white processing of corn to HFCS decreases its quality. Thus, the increase in consumption of HFCS has relation to epdemic of obesity and over consumption of HFCS in caloricatty sweetend beverages may ptay a rote in the epidemic of obesity. Boak of Abstracls 49
    • $ ses! Ayurveda Festival ' 201 4 ite'r,ati6nat Seminar on Avurveda far Public Health 01 - POl2 IMPORTANCE OF AAMALAKI AS A RASAYANA IN PRAMEHA JISSY VIJAYAN C K DEPr: KAYAC''^''*$.'^+;'A:1TX'''?l'7i:1i'l3ii!35.il?l'?3li^i, tf|,3ii?ln'6 The rasayana branch of ayurveda deats specificatty with rasayana formutations bestows upon the user, the tongevity, age stabitization, retaining youth for Ionger, improved comptexion, strength for att organs, enhanced inteltigence. Aamataki which batances att three doshas, especiatly pitta. lt is one of the naimetika rasayana, because of its a we[t-known rejuvenative and revitatizing properties, Aamataki is a powerfuI Rasayana alt by itsetf . lt is the most concentrated source of vitamin C in the ptant kingdom. aamataki is also extremety effective for batancing stomach acids.lt has a specia[ action to promote strength and tean muscte mass. Prameha which has been a globat probtem is wetl described in the ancient lndian classics tife the Vedas and the ayurvedic works which ensued the Vedic period. Prameha is described as one of the disease mainly caused by vitiation of tridosha. lt is one of the eight diseases which are tough to cure known as mahagada. Several diseases of potyuric nature were described in Ayurveda, cottectivety catteJ prameha, this group inctudes an entity catled Madumeha which is equivatent of diabetes mettitus. Aamataki is one of the most important drugs in ayurvedic treatment .lt is wett known drug for the treatment of pittaja rogas but it can be tridosha shamaka .Aamalaki which hetps to increase defense against disease. Aamalaki is successful used in the treatment of diabetes mellitus.Aamataki contains chromium, which has a therapeutic vatue for diabetic patients. Aamataki stimulatea the isotated group of cetls that secrete the hormone insulin, thereby reducing btood sugar in diabetic patients and keeping their body batanced and heatthy . So the easity available and commonly used drug aamataki, which is also a rasayana in prameha. 01 - PO13 AYURVEDIC APPROCH IN PUBLIC HEALTH W.S.R. TO OBESITY JYOTI DEVANGAIAATH SHREEVATSA DEPT OF BASIC PRINCIPLES, G.A.M.C. MYSORE. With the advance of modernization man has become more and more physicatty inactive, and technological devetopment lead to stitt more sedentary life, consequentty human beings unknowingly invited a number of diseases out of which obesity is the one which affecls physicat, mental as wetl as social heatth/tiving of an individuat. Obesity is defined as excess of body fat that poses a heatth risk. Risk is due to the associated diseases tike hypertention, diabetes, joint disorders etc. ln ayurveda obesity is compare to stoutya, that is abnormal and excess accumulation of medodathu. medovruddi is occurred by teekshnagni and srotorodha. stoutya has unique samprapti and chikitsa. To maintain swasthya one should fottow the principtes mentioned in ayurveda viz. dinacharya, rutucharya etc among them exercise is important tool to overcome and to prevent obesity. Here an attempt is made to exptain obesity w.s.r. to stoutya and its prevention and treatment principtes as explained in Ayurveda. Book of Abstracts | 50
    • Glaba! Ayurveda Festivat - 2014 lnternatt'onal Seminar on Ayurveda far Public Heaith 01 - PO14 PREVENTION AND MANAGEMENT OF HYPOTHYROIDISM LATHA.K GAMC, BANGALORE, 97 39158529 Hypothyroidism is a comptex disease having its impact on various systems of the body. ln present era prevalence of hypothyroidism is increasing due to various causes including stress because of tifestyle. Prevatence of this condition is 1.5 bittion in more than 110 countries. The gtobat goiter prevatence is more than 2 bittion with more than 40 millions in india. Ratio of female to male is 6:1. Thyroixine replacement therapy is the mainstay of treatment for hypothyroidism and is usuaIty tifetong. Most symptoms, of hypothyroidism do not improve after substitution due to its impact on heatth retated quatity of tife. The symptomatotogy of hypothyroidism nearty retated to symptoms of agnimandya and aggravated condition of kapha and vata and oja kshaya [akshana . Acharyas have exptained " Rogaha sarve api mandagnou" proper functioning of agni is responsible for wettbeing of the person. Acharyas have exptained various regimens in dinacharya and ruthucharya which hetps in proper functioning and maintenance of agni and there by hetps prevention and management of diseases caused due to mandagni here am mainly considering hypothyroidism. Prevention of the disease through Vasanthika vamana, yogasana, pranayama, adopting astavida ahara vidi visheshayathana, manasika swasthyatha, rasayana. Managing and curing disease through Dhathvagni vardhaka ahara vihara and aoushada and samshodana and rasayana. Here an attempt has been made to look at hypothyroidism through ayurveda and compite preventive and curative aspects. 01 - PO15 ROLE OF ROOKSHANA IN MADHUMEHA AND STHOULYA MAITRAYKUMAR MANIYAR DEPARTMENT OF PANCHAKARMA, ALVAS AYURVEDA COLLEGE (MOODBHIDRE) Madhumeha is a disease which is entisted in Mahagada due to its severity and chronicity. Sthuta Madhumehi (NIDDM) and sthoulya comes under the category of Santarpanajanya Vikara (Over Nutrition) due to its pathogenesis. Diabetes Mellitus and obesity is one of the commonest prevatent lifestyle disorders in the present era. As per who's the world health statistics 2012 report, one in six adults are obese. More than 127o of the world's poputation are considered obese. As this are kapha pradhana vyadhi the kaphahara treatment tike rookshana chikitsa is indicative. Vagbhatta has adviced to perform rookshana purvaka snehana in conditions [ike maansata and medura. Rookshana wi[[ also hetp in kapha vilayana. Rookshana which is Apatarpana chikitsa can be adopted as Poorvakarma for Shodhana or Pradhana karma as we[[ where we can do Bahya and Abhyantara Rookshana. Baak af Abstracfs I 51I
    • Cicba! Ayuneda Festival - 2A14 '',:ertaliona! Seminar on tlyurveda far Fultlic Health 01 - PO16 ROLE OF SHIRODHARA IN NEURODEGENERATIVE DISORDER. MLD (METACHROMATIC LEUKODYSTROPHY)- A CASE PRESENTATION ,,AADANKAR rrl. p.., VfANKI-{ADE V. H., CHOFKAR S" K. DEPT. OF SWASTHAVRITTA, VIDARBHAAYURVED MAHAVIDYALAYA, AMRAVATI MAHARASHTRA. Metachromatic teukodystrophy (MLD) is a rare genetic degenerative, neurometabotic disorder that affects approximately one in 40, 000 peopte (primarity chitdren) wortdwide. It is an inherited disease, but parents are typicatly not affected. At present' it is a disease forwhich there is no cure. MLD can be correlated with Vatavyadhi- Pakshaghata in Ayurveda. We have treated one case of MLD up to some extend with one of the type of Shiro-abhyanga i.e. Shirodhara. 2years/femate chitd who was diagnosed MLD by MRI study. A brief explanation about same case witt be presented in futt paper. Key Words: Metachromatic teukodystrophy(MlD), Shiro-abhyanga, Shirodhara. 01 - PO17 THE EFFECT OF VASTI CHIKITSA IN MANAGEMENT OF REFRACTIVE ERRORS ,INANEESH NEMA DEPT. OF SALAKYATANTRA, GOVT. AYURVEDA COLLEGE, TRIPUNITHURA The present study is concerned with the subject "Refractive errors", disease afflicting Drushtipatata. lt is no wonder that the disease has been exptained in Vedic literatures, especiatty in classical Ayurvedic texts in great detaiI under the umbrel[a of Vatik Timiram. Numerous and extensive description of the DrushtipatatgataTimiram gives direct and indirect idea about refractive errors. The fore mentioned disease has been the subject of study in the previous years and the research schotars have provided the encouraging resutts in its management. The number of victims of att Myopia, Hypermetropia and Astigmatism has steadity been increasing in last decade due to rapid changes in human tife styte.The various aetiotogicaI factors of these conditions are described inAyurvedic texts as Achakshushyanidanas. lt is associated with severe vision loss & it is responsibte for considerabte morbidity among working age poputation. The onty avaitabte method is correction given with appropriate dioptric gtasses. Complete cure and eyesight preservation are the biggest chattenges of this era. For futfitting these lacunas now medical wortd has directed its attention towards Ayurveda with great hope. As far as Vasti is concerned, it'is superior among att the five karmas, because of its muttidimensionaI therapeutic effect. By mixing with different drugs it can perform different actions [ike samshodana, samshamana, karshana, brimhana, chakshushya etc.lt has not only curative aspects but also preventive and promotive aspects, hence designated as'Ardhachikitsa' . Though Vasti is indicated for almost att the diseases, its significance in the management of Vata predominant disorders is undoubtabte. Vasti is a unique modute of management which can atLeviate the causative Vatadosha f rom the system for comptete eradication of disease process. As Vata is the main etiologicaI factor in the manifestation of Vatika Timira, Acharyas have emphasized the use of both Nirooha and AnuvasanaVasti in management of Vatika Timira. So far no study has been conducted to evatuate the efficacy Book af Abstracfs I 52
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festival - 2A14 lnternatianal Seninar an Ayurveda far Publit l-lealth of Vasti in the management of Vatika Timira.The conducted study reveats the effect of Vasti with a guanine attempt to exptain the mode of action as per the current Mordenscientific basis. 01 - PO18 VASANT KUSUMAKAR RASA''. A BEST ANTIDIABETIC DRUG IN MODERN ERA FATEL lvlANlSH KU,{AR, PARHATE S M POST GRADUATE DEPT. OF RASASHASTRA & BHAISAJYA KALPANA, NPAGOVT. AYURVEDA COLLEG E, RAI PU R, CH HATTISGARH DRPATELKUMARMAN ISH@GMAI L. COM, 7 4897 01 858 Diabetes epidemic more pronounced than in lndia, as world heatth organization (WHO) report shows that 32 miltion people had diabetes in the year 2000.Sjnce a [ong time, Ayurveda has been emphasizing more on the importance of diet and Iifestyte in the maintenance of health, according to which a heatthy man is referred as "he who indul.ges daity in heatthy diet and [ifestyte activities, who discriminates between whotesome and unwholesome and acts accordingty, who is not attached too much to the worldty affairs, who devetops the habit of charity, considering a[[ as equal, is truthfu[, pardoning, and keeping company of good persons becomes free from diseases. " Vasantkusumakar rasa is an Ayurvedic herbo-mineral formutation which is widety use for generaI weakness of the body as alterative, aphrodisiac as we[[ as for diabetes as reducing sugar agent. lt provides naturaI nourishment to the body celts and hetp in the treatment of weakness caused by diabetes. This combination of different herbo-minerat provides naturaI immunity to the body and boost up the energy. Weak and emaciated people can take this remedy to boost up the energy. The main ingredients of vasantsukumar rasa are Calcined aurum (au.), Calcined argentinum (ag.), Calcined ferrum (fe.), Catcined stannum(sn.), Calcined ptumbum(pb.)Catcined mica and coarat. These a[[contents are effective in treatment of atl symptoms of diabetes meltitus like prabhuta mutrata (potyuria), avila mutrata (turbid urine), kshudhadhikyo (potyphagia) trishadhikya (potydipsia), karo-pada tala daha (burning sensation in palm-foot), kara-pada tala suptoto (numbness in patm-foot), atisweda(excessive sweating), gala talu shosha (dryness in mouth), daurbalya (weakness) shrama (fatigue). For the present study, 2 groups of 30 diagnosed patients of madhumeha (Dm type 2) were setected on the basis of signs and symptoms of madhumeha as per ayurvedic classics and modern medicine. Patient of both group were given a standard ayurvedic preparation but group A is given additional fixed dose of 250 mg bd along with regular drug. After 4 weeks of treatment re-evaluation of patient was done on clinical as we[[ as on the basis of [aboratory investigation. ln groupA, highly significant relief was obtained in prabhutamutrata (potyuria), kshudhadhikyo (potyphagia), trishadhikya (potydipsia) , kara-pada tala suptata (numbness in patmfoot sole), atisweda (excess sweating), daurbalya (weakness), and shrama (fatigue), and significant relief was obtained in kara'pada tala daha (burning sensation in palm-foot sote), gala talu shosha (dryness of mouth), and pindikodvestana (leg cramps), white bhara hani (toss of weight) got insignificantty relieved. Whereas in group B, highty significant improvement was obtained in prabhuta mutrate, avila mutrato (turbid urine), kshudhadhikyo, trishadhikya, kara-pada tala daha, kara-pada tala suptata, atisweda, gala talu shosha, daurbalya, shrama, pindikodvestana, and bhara honi, with better percentage achieved in retief . ln Book of Abstracls r 53
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festival ' 201 4 irlernati6nal Seminar an Ayurveda for Pub{le Health generat, 60.52%in group B reported retief in att the symptoms, whereas in group a better retief (81 .13%) was obtained. Key words: Diabetes mettitus, vasant kusumakar rasa, Ayurveda, calcined. 01 - PO19 CLINICAL STUDY ON ALLERGIC RHINITIS WITH COMBINATION OF HARIDRA CHOORNA AND PIPPALI CHOORNA IN COW'S MILK MATHEW.K.SAA4,UDAYASI.IANKAR,BEENAPRAKASHBHAR.ADWA DEPToFSHALYATANTRA,KVGcoLLEGEoFAYURVEDA.,K.V.GAYURVEDAMEDICALCoLLEGEAND H o s p r rA L, AM B AT E A D KA, s u L L r A, D . K, KA R N ATA ^^, Ti+ lit i i l lilr# i^,^i?: lat^i Attergic rhinitis is one among the difficuttty managed ENT disorders. This is due to an immediate hypersensitivity reaction in the nasal mucosa towards any atlergens. Further this teads to various ENT and other respiratory infections. Modern management inctudes onty various symptomatic measures tike antihistamine, nasal sprays and uttimatety ends up in using corticosteroids. The study focuses on usage of simpte household cost effective combination of haridra choorna and pippati choorna in mitk for altergic rhinitis. Patients of attergic rhinitis was setected and treated with the combination on oPD basis' Combination was made in 4:1 ratio of Haridra choorna and Pippati choorna' Dosage 3 to 5 gms daity with 50mt boited cow;s mitk in empty stomach morning' Tests for CBC, AEC unO tgf was conducted before and after the treatment. Resutts were drawn and documented. Symptomatic retief was noticed in att the ten patients with in ten days. Lab investigations reveated a decreased value of AEC in three weeks. lgE values decreased significantty within six to eight weeks. The study proves the combination to be very eflective in cases of attergic rhinitis. The combination can be administered in any patients of other aitments without any contra indications. Long term usage is not onty safe but atso is effective in various other problems retated to skin and gastro intestinal tract. Key words : Attergic rhinitis, CBC, AEC' lgE' 01 - PO20 MEDICINAL PLANTS USED AS HYPOGLYCEMIC AGENT IN NAGALAND ' A CASE REPORT fi UKAMCI'iE,iA Yllvl, HUIDROM ROSYNA NAGALAND AYURVEDIC CLINIC & RESEARCH CENTRE, DUNCAN BOSTI, Hi NO: '12' DIMAPUR' 797112, NAGALAND, NACRC.DIMAPUR@GMAIL.COM Ptants and minerats used as medicines in traditional manners are common features in Nagatand. However, though there were apparent practices among the masses invotving medlcinat plants, due to tack of scientific knowtedge, hardty some of the case studies m,ight have been recorded, documented, preserved or exposed so far' The instant case study is an effort to enrich the [oca[ peopte with the proper usages of such ptants for the gr"ui"1. benefits and an endeavor to augment the scope retating to medicinat ptants avaitable in the region so as to draw the attention of the interested peopte for further researches. Considering the importance, the instant case study was mainty conducted to B+ak of Abstracts i 54
    • Glabal Ayuweda Festival - 2Ai4 lntemationa! Seminar on Ayurveda {or Public Healtlt assess, document and preserve traditionaIty used medicinal plants as hypogtycemic agent in Nagatand. The extensive study was carried out at Nagatand Ayurvedic Ctinic and Research Centre, Dimapur, Nagatand, from Juty 2017 - August 2013 using Catharanthus roseus and Primula species (kengoi), duringwhich the R.B.S of one diabetes patientwith 325m1/dt came down to 150mt/dt as a consequent of one year continuous administration. Key words: Nagatand Ayurvedic Ctinic and Research Centre, Catharanthus roseus, Primuta species, Diabetes, Case Study, 01 - PO21 CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON ETIOPATHOGENESIS OF PRAMEHA NAGANANDA K, KIRAN KUtvtAR SS'? PG DEPT OF ROGANIDANA SHRI DHARMASTHALA MANJUNATHESHWARA COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA & HOSPITAL, BM ROAD, HASSAN-57320,1, KARNATAKA, NAGANANDAK@GMAIL.COM The word prameha is derived from the'Miha sechane'. Prameha is excess of urination in both f requency and votume. Prabhuta mutrata or excessive urination and Avila mutrata or turbid urine. ln prameha priority is for medas as dooshya atong with mamsa and shareera kteda. The seat of accumutation of ftuid in basti. The other dooshyas invotved Rakta, Sukra, Ambu, Vasa, Lasika, Majja, Rasa and Ojus. Madhumeha appears when ojodusti is seen and because the sweetness in ojus gets depteted by vata and reaches the basti, which is the cause of the cardinal symptom, sweet urine. ln prameha the normal quantity of ojus in the body is hampered in 2 ways one is srotorodha and the other is dhatukshaya. Prameha is chirakateena(lt is a chronic itlness), Anushangi(lt is a Relapsing type of illness), Mahagada(lt is one of the 8 Mahagada's), Bija dosha(lt is because of congenitaI or hereditary in nature). 01 - PO22 ALLERGIC RHINITIS NAMINOER PAL DEPT.OFDRAVYAGUNAVIJNJANA, ALN RAO MEMMORIALAYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, KOPPA, 08861 9351.1 1, DRROHANPAL@GMAIL.COM An attergy is an immune reaction produced by our body when exposed to something which is normally harmless.Likewise, altergic rhinitis.(AR) is an inftammation of nasaI mucosa mediated by lgE associated with processes occurring independentty or concurrently with asthma. Some aItergens that produced AR are dust pollen&air poltution. About 25-30/o of peopte wortdwide are suffering from attergic rhinitis.EpidemiotogicaI studies point towards increasing prevatence of allergic rhinitis owing to the ever increasing rate of air pollution.Though debated, poltutants [ike SO2, N02 etc. ptay important role in promoting altergic responses.This condition is particularly worsened by climate conditions [ike severe cold season.Allergic rhinitis may be corretated with vatajapratisyaya. Here anurjatajanithapratisyaya can be correlated with vatajapratisyaya. The chikitsasiddanta of vatajapratisyaya advocates matranusaraghritapana. 01 - PO23 Sook of,Absiracls I 55
    • G!obal Ayurveda Festival - 2AI4 :nlernatianal Seninar an Ayurveda far Pub{tc fleatth AYURVED PANCHKARMA . A PANACEA FOR CHRONIC DISEASES NARAYAN JAEHAV, SIIITAL JADI{AV, SHK.IK,ANT GIISRBAND DEPT. OF. CLINICAL RESEARCH, SWAMI VIVEKANAND COLLEGE, D RNARAYAN J 52@GMAI L. CO M. +9 1 982267 5803 ln Ayurveda, Panchkarma Therapy is an unique and a comptete hotistic approach, to the elimination of the root cause of every chronic disease.ln lndia, Chronic diseases contribute 53% of death and 44% of disabitity adjusted life year [ost. Charokacharya has described that moderate imbatance in Doshas can be pacified by Shamana i.e .pattiation, such as administration of drugs, diet & tife styte modification, but deep rooted imbalances in Doshas can be comptetety etiminated by the administration of Shodhana therapies (Bio-purification) such as Ponchkarma, including Vamana, Virechana, Anuvasana & Asthapona Vasti & NasyaKarma. These therapies detoxify, strengthen tissues &, enhance cet['s inner intettigence to facititate self-heating to hetp, eliminate chronic diseases & promote tongevity. Chronic diseases such as Arthritis, Asthma, Cardiac disease, Cancer, Stroke, Skin disease, Obesity & Epitepsy are among the most common, costty & preventabte of att heatth probtems in lndia. Panchkarma Therapies are widely practiced across the country & atso getting Gtobat attention, so there is urgent need to standardize the procedure with respect to its safety & efficacy. With this intent the attempt is made to assess the rote of different panchakarma therapies in various chronic diseases. These therapies are found appticabte to a[[ chronic cases, covering a wide range of preventive, curative and promotive aspects' Keywords- Ayurveda, Panchkarma, Vamana, Virechana, Anuvasana, Asthapana, Vosti, Nasya, Yopyavyadhi, Chroni c disease. OBESITY AND AYURVEDA 01 - PO24 NITIN "JUNEJA Obesity is the most common nutritional disorder among the afftuent in our country. At any given time, approximatety 40 per cent of women and 20 per cent of men report that they are presently trying to lose weight. According to survey in 2010, an estimated 130 mittion peopte in Asia-Pacific region witt be suffering from obesity as a resutt of change in tifestytes, which invotve less exercise and more food. Obesity is a condition of the body, characterized by over-accumulation of fat under the skin and around certain internaI organs. Sthoutya is often referred to as Medoroga, as the medas or fat is the main cause for this condition. The reat cause of obesity is wrong or over eating habits and laziness, initiated in earty life, at home. There is also a natural tendency to increase weight during the middle age, but this should be stight and graduat. in obese fetlow Meda is excessivety nourished and remaining other Dhatus get matnourished. Meda being ashraya for Kapha, hdnce there is atso vitiation of kapha. When Kapha increases in abnorma[ fashion, fat metabotism gets hampered and person becomes Obese. Herbal drugs play a very important role in the treatment of Sthoutya. Herbal drugs Iike Guggutu, Arjuna, Haritaki, Shunthi, Asana, Musta etc. acts on medovaha srotas. Most of these drugs having Tikta, kashaya, and katu rasa which are having Mahabhoota predominant of Vayu, Agni Book of Abstracfs j 56
    • Global Ayuweda Festivat - 2A14 lntenational Seminar an Ayurveda f*r Fublic llealth urd Akasha, reduces the kapha as welI as meda. Lifestyte management is also a part of tfie treatment, as acharyas has clearly said about the importance of Nidana parivarjana. trey words: Nidana parivarjana, Antiobesity drugs, Singte drug therapy 01 - PO25 RESEARCH UPDATES ON PLANTS USED IN HYPERCHOLESTEROLEMIC DISORDERS NIVEDITHA SHETTY DEPARTMENT OF DRAVYAGUNA, SHRI DHARMASTHALA MANJUNATHESHWARA COLLEGE OF AYURVEDAAND HOSPITAL, BM ROAD, THANNIRUHALLA, HAsSAN, KARNATAKA, N IVED ITHAP RAKASHSH ETTY@GMAI L. COM Hypercholesterotemia is a major risk factor for atherosclerosis and associated cardiovascular diseases. High costs and adverse effects of hyperchotesterotemic medications have led to the search for alternate treatments. During the last few decades there has been an increasing interest in the study of medicinaI plants of Ayurveda to prevent or treat these conditions. Some have also been investigated for their efficacy with positive results. A review on research papers on hypochotesterolemic drugs shows that both indigenous and introduced species are used for the treatment of hypercholesterolemic disorders. Hence there is an instant need to include and achieve 'meaningful use" of these drugs for providing clinicaI and pubtic health benefit.The information gained on frequentty used Ayurvedic remedies might also give some leads for future targets for further analysis in order to develop new drugs. This paper hightights on research updates on some of the plants used in hypercholesterotemic disorders. These studies hetp to evaluate the efficacy and safety of the remedies employed traditionaIty in Ayurveda. lt also attempts to classify these pharmacological and clinical findings based on their possible mechanism of action reported. 01 - PO26 DECUBITUS ULCER.OBSERVATIONAL CASE REPORT FAFA4A B HAT, G " K. P RAsAD, D E EN P RAK,As H B HARADYfAJ DEPT. OF SHALYATANTRA, K.V. G.AYU RVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEG E, SULLI A.57 4327 . P RATHAMA2OOT@ RED I FFMAI L. COM To notify the significance of vrana shodhana measures of shastiupakrama in decubitus ulcers, a case report. To define and understand the pathotogy of decubitus ulcer in ayurvedic perspective. Decubitus ulcers commonty caIted as pressure sores or bed sores are chronic wounds foltowing tissue necrosis and may become secondarity infected with components of skin and gastrointestinaI flora, inctuding anaerobes. They tend to afftict patients whose mobitity are impaired and appear by severe ittness. Pressure ulcers are third most expensive disorder after cancer and cardiovascular diseases. ln lndia the prevalence of pressure ulcers in hospitalised patients is reported tobe 4.94% and have reported 22% mortalJty. Atso paraptegics and quadriplegics have muttipte ulcers. This case reports a 26 year otd young boy with Quadriptegia since one and half year presenting pressure ulcers who was treated according to guidelines of vrana shodhana chikitsa. The Bnak af Abstracfs , 57
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2A1 4 protocot of the treatment was fotlowed as per the takshanas totd in the texts' This paper attempts to make a protocol for treatment of decubitus ulcers in ayurveda way. The utcer heated comptetety after a period of 7 months without antibiotics and surgicaI intervention. Patient was followed up biweekty for 4 months and during that period there was no sign of recurrence. The insight shoutd be changed towards treating decubitus ulcers btindty. The protocolwas found to be helpful in treating this case. 01 - PO27 LIFE STYLE MANAGEMENT P.V.MAH E5H BABU, K.VEN KAT 5H IVUDUG. P. RAMREDDY DEPT OF BASIC PRINCIPLES, S.V.AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, TIRUPATI. Ayurveda considers a tiving being as a combination of body, mind and sout. Al[ heatth management approaches are intended to maintain the harmony and homeostasis of these entitils. Ayurveda, the science of tife defines heatth as a state of equitibrium of dosa (regulatory and functionat entities of body), dhatu (structural entities), mata (excretory entities) and agni (digestive and metabotic factors) atong with healthy state of sensory and motor organs and mind. The objective of disease management is to bring back the equitibrium principatty through tife styte management. The strength of ayurveda ties in its three fold hotistic approach of prevention of disease, promotion of heatth and cure of disease. The uttimate aim of this medical science is the preservation of heatth and it can be attained in two ways i.e. observation of tife style recommendations to prevent the disease and eradication of atready affected diseases.The important [ife styte disorders which affect maximum population in present era are obesity, diabetics, hypertension, CVD etc. ln Ayurveda swasthavritta is defined as [ife styte advocacy for maintenance of heatth of an individuat. Heatth preventive measures include diet, activities and regimen etc. The maintenance of heatth and prevention from diseases can be achieved through food, and tife styte specific to individualneeds and in tine with the seasons and cyctes of nature. Food is referred as mahabhaisajya by Ayurvedic ctassics.The vihara for the maintenance of heatth as per Ayurveda inctudes dinacharya, rutucharya, sadvritta, management of dharaniya and adharaniya vegas etc. This presentation is a sincere effort for revealing the different aspects of tifestyle managements according to Ayurvedic Aspects' 01 - PO28 THE POTENTIALOF AYURVEDA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF OBESITY AND RELATED DISORDERS . AN EXPLORATION RAMLATH CP, RAHUL R NAIR PARASSI N I KKADAVU AYU RVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, KAN NU R' Obesity and retated disorders come under the preview of the ctinical syndrome called ,STHOlJLyAlvl,. lt is described as one among the right undesirable constitutions (Ashta nindita purusha. The ancient text books provided remarkabte observations regarding the effects of obesity on the quatity of life, ranging from difficutt to watk upto subfertitity, which proves true in the modern partance. Ayurveda approach obesity as a disorder of the metabotic propertie s of medo dhatu and concern ed dhatwagni. Hence there is a wide spectrum of management modalities are avaitable, which corrects this dys-metabolic Book of Abstracfs | 58
    • Gl*bal Ayurveda F*stival - 2Al 4 lntefiational Semlnar on Ayurveda iar Fublie Health state. This presentation is a very humbte attempt to document the various management options as wetl as dietary and life style corrections which can be suitabty emptoyed to fight this menace catted obesity. o1 - POzg I,|iPROVEMENT OF LIFESTYSLE lN ATHEROSCLEROTTC PATTENT THROUGH AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT RASHjYII PATEKAR NARESH KHEMANI P.G. SCHOLAR, P.G. DEPT. OF DRAVYAGUNA VIGYAN, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDA, JAI PUR, RASHPATEKAR@GMAIL. COM. Ayurveda, one of the oldest surviving heatth care system that originated in lndia is a comptete heatthcare system with distinct theoreticaI underpinnings to rationalise therapeutics. Cardiovascular disease is one of the teading causes of mortatity in both devetoped and devetoping countries. The multifactorial nature of this disease poses a huge chatlenge before the conventionat bio- medicine in both prevention and cure of these diseases. There is a broad interest on alternative health care system [ike ayurveda for improving cardiac heatth. Charaka describes that since Hridaya is the seat of ojus and is susceptibte to pathologic changes due to mentaI stress, heart heatthcare demands etimination of causes of mentaI stress. Thus, heart healthcare requires due consideration to the heart, channel (vessels) connected to it, ojus (immunity), mental heatth and stress.So while treating atheroscterosis the status of Rasadhatu (ptasma), Rasadhatawagni (metabolic principtes of transformation of plasma), Medodhatwagni (metabotic principte of transformation of tipid) and srotodusti (vitiation of micro- channets) are to be considered. It is expected that those drugs which possess properties tike Dipana (Digestive stimutant), Pachana (Digestive), Lekhana (Emaciating), cardiotonic, srota prasadhaka (microcirculatory channel cleansers), pacifiers may hetp in breaking down the chain of reactions taking part in the devetopment of atheroscterosis. Ayurvedic classic has mentioned therapeutic guidelines for maintaining optimum cardiovascular heatth. Thus, the ayurvedic herbs can be proved beneficiat in maintaining the heatth of patients. Finally, Ayurveda states that the knowtedge and principte based rationate of the physician is the ultimate deciding factor in deciding which herbs to use. Keywords : Atheroscterosis, srotodusti, ayurvedic herbat management. 01 - PO30 AYURVEDIC APPROACH TO METABOLIC DISEASE W.S.R. TO SYNDROME rxt SATENDER TANWAR, hI.ANJANTYAiNOCIRTHY, KIRAN A4 GOUN DEPT., OF PG STUDIES IN SHALYATANTRA, SKAMH&RC, BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, INDIA, DRSATEN DER TANWAR@GMAI L. COM Syndrome'X'refers to constetlation of symptoms such as central obesity, prediabetes, raised leveI of trigtycerides, low teveI of HDL, elevated btood pressure. lt makes the Soo/r cf .4bsfracis | 59
    • S cbal Avurveda Festival - 2A 1 4 -rlr,irtiiiai Semtna, on Ayurrcda for Public Health patient prone to get ctinicat diabetes, cardiac diseases and many more morbidities' syndrome ,X' atmost affecting the 25% of world poputation.very much prevatent in the western countries and south Asian region with the ratio of 3:1. At present a biggest threat to whote wortd poputation and reported to biggest pandemic in both rural and urban civitization. Aweitetaborated and defined pathotogy' prevatence and future heatth hazards have been exptained by the Contemporary science but silent at the treatment part because nothing can be done untit the disease become ctinicat or overt except diet and tifestyte modification which may not be fruitfut much. The component of Syndrome ,X' fatts under the category of santarpanajanyavikara hence the aptarpana [ine of treatment can be considered. Ayuivedic science not oniy exptained the simitar group of constetlation oi ,y.pto*s as wet[ one step ahead in the treatment part in the premonitory stages itsetf or before the disease become ctinicalty evident' Thus this study has been made which is definitety going ao be hetpfut for ihe management of this deadty pandemic syndrome in the earfi stJges itsetf before it affects the wider range of poputation' Keywords.Syndrome.X',Metabolism,centralobesity,Predibetes,Pandemic. 01 - PO31 LIFE STYLE DISEASES AND AYURVEDA SAUR,ABH sDM COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA, UDUPI, KARNATAKA Life styte diseases are atso catted as the diseases of longevity or diseoses of civilisation' once bacterias and viruses where the prime kitters in human society. But, now the studies shows that 17 mittion people die prematurety each year as a resutt of the gtobat epidemic of targety preventabte diieases or tife styte diseases. which proves that we humans onty are the kitters of oursetves. Today more than 5 of 10 biggest kitting diseases are caused by carelessness, ignorance and irregutarities of our own' According to wHo' wortd deaths from tife styte diseases witt doubte by 2015 unless att out efforts are taken to combat them. So it is mandatory to devetop a heatth oriented tife styte than to give deep concern about our works. where the scope is atmost futty ties on Ayurvedic concepts' because of it,s references of preventive measures. During the course of this tife so many byproducts devetoped which started affecting him in a negative manner' He started ignoring the byproducts as he was more focused on the main products' But as time progressed he started feeting so many heatth issues affecting his personal and social tife' Now he suffers from different systemic aitments which directty or indirectty affect his personal and professionat tife. Many internaI and externaI factors inftuence the physicat, mental and spiritual wett being oinlun. Tensed and highty competitive life imparts huge amount of stress to the human tife. Resutt is the minifestation of various diseases which takes away the human creativity. cardio vascular anomaties, Diabetes mettitus' cancer' Acid peptic diseases, obesity are the top rankers in the tist of tife styte diseases' Ayurveda hightights the importance of a batanced tife styte in the maintenance of the positive heatth of an individua[. Let us discuss the basic steps to be taken to prevent and cure the above mentioned tife styte diseases through Ayurveda, and recent researches show howmodificationindietandtifestytecanpreventlifestylediseases. Book cf Abstracfs i 60
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festlya/ - 20?4 lnternatianal Semlnar cn Ayurveda far Public Heaith 01 - PO32 MANAGEMENT OF OBESITY-AN AYURVEDIC APPROACH SHAMEERA E, K. N.RAJASHEKHAR DEPT. OF KAYACHIKITSA, ALVAS AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MOODBIDRI, DK, KARNATAKA Obesity is an excess of body fat frequentty resulting in a significant impairment of heatth . Obesity resutts when the size or number of fat ceIts in a person's body increases. lt is a chronic disease prevatent in both developed & developing countries & affecting chitdren as wetl as adults . According to recent statistical data it shows that 40-50% of the gtobat poputation are found to be obese. The body mass index BMI is the tooI most commonly used to estimate overweight and obesity in children and adutts, a person's weight (in kitograms) divided by the square of his or her height (in metres). Aperson with a BMI of 30 or more is generally considered obese. A person with a BMI equat to or more than 25 is considered overweight. Obesity has been described by the term Sthautya Roga in various Ayurvedic ctassics. Obesity is the burning probtem in the present scenario. There is no treatment, which can satisfy the obese patient's needs, and is increasingly viewed as a serious pubtic health problem. Obesity contributes too much morbidities in the poputation and it is known as causative or precipitating factor for various kiIter ailments [ike diabetes, hypertension, joint disorders, Respiratory probtems, Stroke, Heart diseases like IHD / CAD etc. Ayurveda inctuded Atisthula (obese or overweight) person in ashtaNindatiyaPurushas (eight despised or undesirabte physiques).Further the details of the topic witt be discussed in the presentation. 01 - PO33 A CONCEPTUAL STUDy ON ARDHAVABHEDAKA(M|GRA|NE) SHWETA MATA. D. S.VAGHTLA, D. B.VAGHILA DEPT. OF SHALAKYA TANTRA, IPGT & RA, GAU, JAMNAGAR, SHWETAMATADR@GMAIL.COM Psychosomatic originates from the core words psyche, meaning the mind, and soma, meaning the body. So, conditions that have a mind and body component are often called psychosomatic. Ardhavabhedaka(Migraine) is a psychosomatic disorder. Migraine is one of the common causes of recurrent headache. According to lHS, Migraine constitutes 16% of the primary headache and affects 10-20Yo of the generaI population. lt is three times more common in women than men. A recent study on the epidemiotogy of migraine showed migraine to be present in 17 .6% of females and 5.7% of mates. The survey results suggested that both patients and physicians believe migraine treatment is etusive and that patients are becoming increasingly frustrated and dissatisfied with treatment outcomes. More than 2/3rd of Migraine sufferers either have never consutted a doctor or have stopped doing so. lt is under diagnosed and undertreated, hence WHO ranks Migraine among the Wortd's most disabting medicaliItness. A recent study that analysed over 8, 00, 000 cases of migraine reported that most migraine are not treated according to any expert recommendations or accepted evidence. The diagnosis is based on mainly clinicaI history. According toAcharya Sushruta, pathotogicatty it is a Tridoshaja disease (Su.Ut.25l16) and according to Acharya Charaka it is Vataja or Vatakaphaja. (Ch.5i.9/ 75) but the different quatity of pain Toda, Bheda etc.described by Visham nature of Vata Book of Abstracts i 61
    • GlabaiAyurueda Festi'tat " 2414 lniernatiinal $eminar on ,Ay*rveda fat Public l'tealth dosha. White analyzing the Samprapti in detait, it is ctearty understood that various psychotogicaI conditions tike Greed, Grief, Fear, Anger, Envy, Excessive attachment, etc wittdo Dhee, Dhruti, Smruti Bhransha teading to Pragyaparadha ultimatety ending up in Ardhavabhedaka. With increased knowtedge of Ardhavabhedaka and a variety of treatment options, famity practice physicians can better educate, counse[, and treat patients with Satvavajaya theraPY. 01 - PO34 THE ROLE OF STRESS IN DIABETES AND ITS MANAGEMENT 5NIGilHA, ROY P, PRAKASH fi{ANGALASSERI DEPARTMENT OF KAYACHIKIISA, VPSV AYURVEDA COLLEGE KOTTAKKAL Stress means failure of an organism to respond appropriately to emotional or physicat threats. lnterestingly 400 yrs before itsetf, stress has long being suspected to be having a rote in the devetopment of Diabetes mettitus (DM). Stress stimutates the retease of various hormones tike catecholamine which can result in etevated gtucose [evet. This happens as an adaptive mechanism for energy mobitization in retation with fight or ftight response. ln Ayurvedic ctassics a detaited description is there about Prameha one among the maharogas. Atso while describing the quatity of different constitution, stress vutnerability is more seen in paittika type of constitution. This type of constitution is more prone to stress and stress retated diseases. Diabetes being the fourth co morbid condition needs speciat attention. The management of stress has a significant rote in the management strategy of diabetes, the highty prevalent tife styte disease. The stressful life events constitute the etiopathogenesis of DM. The stress happening for a patient after the diagnosis of DM such as lack of freedom for food, disturbances due to various symptoms witt again confound to stress. So these two factors have a symbiotic retationship in between them. OurAcharyas opine that the administrations of medicines are not the onty way to manage Prameha but tife styte modificat'ion is atso necessary to minimize the stress level. So the psychotogical strategies in the management of stress diabetes inctude Drugs, procedures like siraseka, sirotepa etc, sodhana, psychotherapy, utitity of recreations and such activities. Stress is an inevitabte companion of life in the tremendous changing wortd, which is the major cause of Diabetes. Therefore a new tifestyte modatity shoutd be fottowed to achieve a state known as Eustress. Keywords:- Stress, Diabetes metlitus, Prameha 01 - PO35 MEDICATIONS AND LIFESTYLE MODIFICATION IN AYURVEDA IN THE CoNTEXT OF DIABETES MILLETUS (MADHUMEHA) SONALBHOLA, 5 N V NEER.AJA DEPT OF DRAVYAGUNA, S V AYURVEDIC COLLEGE TIRUPATI, DRSONALBHOLAzl@GMAIL.COM Diabetes meltitus in ayurveda is described as Madhumeha /Kshaudrameha, titeratty means excessive urine with sweet taste like honey. Amongst 20 types of Pramehas, Madhumeha is caused by vitiation of vata dosha .Madhu-sweetness, Meha-urination. From the management point of view, two types of prameha are described - Krisha pramehi.(tean Baok af Abstracfs i 62
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festival - 2A1 4 lnternatianal Seminar an for Public lleallh diabetic), sthula pramehi.(obese diabetic). since, a long time, ayurveda has been emphasizing more on the importance of diet(ahara) and tifestyte(vihara) in the maintainence of heatth . lts atso said in both the condition viz, health and disease, the whotesome and unwhotesomeness is a primefactor to be thought about, as without proper diet, the use of any drug is futite. There is large no. of drugs made of herbal origin mentioned in ayurvedic texts .Some plant preparations used as anti-diabetic medications show significant effect on lowering the blood sugar levets tike Nishamataki, Bijasara, Darusita, Kebuka, Methi, Jambu, Meshasringi. These drugs improve general debitity atong with providing much needed anti oxidant property in diabetes. The presenting paper discusses about the medications and tife styte modifications in Ayurveda in the context of Diabetes (Madhumeha). Keywords:Ahara, Diabetes mitletus, tifestyte, Madhumeha, Ayurvedic herbs, vihara. 01 - PO36 IAANAGEMENT OF LIFESTYLE DISORDERS USING AYURVEDIC TECHNTQUES A L N RAo MEMoR'AL ^',i-i,?3't',lli,?Xt'h'tlti:'-tirlAs the 21st centuary has advanced, a wave of new disorders is spreading fast across the gtobe. Most of these are caused mainly due to rapid urbanization, sedentary tifestyte with fautty dietary habits and tittte physicat exercise. ln other terms, it is nothing but due to "Asaatmyendriyaartha sannikarsha, ayoga, atiyoga and mithyayoga', aahara, desha, kaala and others. These diseases categorized under "tifestyte disorders', is affecting people all over the globe at an atarming rate. Acharyas who foresaw such a scenario have documented different techniques under the headings of Dinacharya, Rutucharya, Sdvritta, Aachara rasayana, Yoga and others. These throw tight on tifestyte modifications which is need of the hour. Management of potentiaIty preventabte tifestyte disorders [ike prameha, sthoutya, vandhyatva have been described in the samhitas. This paper intends to hightight the usage of simpte yet effective techniques of ayurveda in the management of various tifestyte disorders prevatent in the present era. Keywords: Lifestyte disorders, Ayurveda, Management. 01 - PO37 UTILITY OF MILK IN MADATYAYA YAKRIT VIKARA WSR ALOCOHOLIC LIVER DISORDER SRIiAAN NARAYANAN S, SAVITHA H P, NARAYANA PRAKASH B DEPARTMENT OF MANASA ROGA, SDMCAH, HASSAN. Madya is Abhishyandi(obstructing), Vyavayi(spreads atl over body), Vikashi(toosening of joints), Teekshna(sharp), ushna(hot), vidahi(causes burning sensation) and amtarasayukta(sour), which leads to the vitiation of Pitta and thereby form the Raktadusti and in turn affects the Yakrit. Madya is considered to be the Nidana for the Madatyayaja Yakrit Vikara. As Madya is having the gunas tike Vyavayi, Vikashi, Ashukari (quickty spread) Eoak of Abstracfs I 63i
    • Globa! Ayurveda Festival ' 2fr1 4 tniernat!6na! Semlnar on Ayurveda far Fub[ic {"tealth etc. it immediatety affects the Ojas and Hridaya and thereby causing Uttarottara Dhatu Hr|sa and leads to many types of symptoms. Exessive intake of madya leads to agni dusti and mandagni by its vidahi, teekshna, usna, and drava guna. Severe agni dusti leads to the samprapti of Udara (accumulation of fluid in twank-mamsantara pradesha), Kukshimadmapana(gurgting in abdomen) and mainty Yakridatyodara and resulting in Madatyayaja Yakrit Vikara, which is simitar to that of alcoholic liver disorder. ln Bhavaprakasha, there is a mention of Yakrit vriddhi (hepatomegaty) which is the main feature of Yakrit vikara and nidana for Yakrit vikara is vidahi, abhishyandi Aharas. Madya being the abhishyandi and vidahi, can cause Yakrit vikara and Yakrit vriddi and thereby leads to different pathotogical symptoms of Yakrit. As the symptoms of madya are equat to that of visha (poison), ksheera has got the property of atleviating the symptoms of visha thereby restoring the homeostasis. Go-ksheera which is considered to be the best among the ksheera varga has got the property of guru (heavy), snigdha (stimy), mrudu (soft), pichhita (sticky), manda (stow), rasayana (rejuvenating) and prasanna (satisfaction to mind) gunas which is very essentiaI for a madatyayi (atcoholic) whose body is mat nourished due to excess intake of madya (atcohot), go-ksheera has got the speciat property of atteviating the symptoms seen in madatyaya yakrit vikara as [ike rains for the tree which is extremety dried in summer. Ksheera supptements the various deficiencies in atcohot tiver disorder [ike Vitamin Bl (thiamine), proteins (tacto-albumin, casein) etc. The paper witt be deating with utitity of mitk as a supptement in alcohol liver disorder. Key words: Madya, atcoho[, Iiver disorder, yakrit, ksheera. 01 - PO38 A STUDY OF MANDAGNI RELATED WITH OBESITY & METABOLIC DISORDER $U N iTA TEIF1H U N t'{A, FIARJ PAL L. C", AR.ORA J' K. DEPT. OF SAMHITA SIDDHANTA, GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, RAIPUR, CHHATTISGARH. Ayurveda is not simpty a heatth care system but a form of lifestyte adopted to maintain perfect batance and harmony with in the human existence. lvlandagni is a root cause of Ama Dosha and it is the crucial factor for manifestation of most of the diseases. Mithya AaharaVihara is the main cause of the Agni Dushti, which teads to Ama Dosha and finalty it resutts inlo Grahani Roga.ln the era of fast food, there is change or irregutarity in diet and diet timings and also sedentary tifestyte. ln addition to change in diet and lifestyle, one is atways under tremendous mental stress. Alt these causes disturbance to the digestive system, which result into many diseases, amongst which digestion and absorption disorders constitute an important group. Mandagni causes metabotic disorder .metabotic syn-drome is a cluster of conditions * increased btood pressure, a high btood sugar levet, excess body fat around the waist and abnormal chotesterol levels - that occur together, 'increasing your risk of heart disease, stroke and diabetes. Having just one of these conditions doesn't mean you have metabotic syndrome. However, any of these conditions increase your risk of serious dis-ease. lf more than one of these conditions occur in combination, your risk is even greater Sthaulya (Obesity) is considered the wortd's otdest metabotic disorder. lt is not a single disease entity but a syndrome with many causes inctuding combination of genetic, nutritionaI and sociotogicaI factors. Boak of Abstracfs | 64
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festival - 24tr 4 lnternatisna! Seminar an Ayurveda far Public Health WHO considers obesity as "lnsidious, creeping pandemic which is now engutfing the entire world". Obesity develops as a resutt of a comptex interaction between a per-son's genes and the environment characterize by long-term energy imbatance due to excessive catoric consumption, insufficient energy output (sedentary lifestyte, low resting metabotic rate or both). Diet and tife styte ptay a significant role both in devetopment and control of obesity. Obesity increases the tiketihood of various diseases, particutarty heart disease, type 2 diabetes, breathing difficutties during sleep, certain types of cancer, and osteoarthritis. ayour risk is even greater. ln modern medicine no exact treatment is avaitabte, if present, has adverse effects but in Ayurvedic system of medicine various measures are given. This paper reviews about the metabotic syn-drome in Ayurvedo and nanagement of Sthaulya (obesity). Xeywords: Metabotic syndrome, Ayurveda, sthaulya, Ama dosha, mandagni. 01 - PO39 JALUKAVACHARAN rN PSORTAS|S (KtTtBH KUSHTA) U,UMED 5. R.AUT,IIEDHA JOSHI DEPT. OF KAYACHIKITSA, C.A. R.C NIGADI PUNE, UMMED.RAUT4795@GMAIL.COM Psoriasis is a non-infectious, chronic inftammatory disease of the skin, Life style disorder which pathogenesis is about EmotionaI stress, infections, dietary habits, trauma and seasonaI and hormonal changes which trigger exacerbations of psoriasis. ln Ayurveda, psoriasis is one of the types of kushta (kitibh kushta). Kitibh kustha is a type of kshudra kushta in different ayurvedic classics it is a vata kaphaj disorders clinicaI symptoms of kitibh kushtha describe in ayurveda resembled with the clinical symptoms of psoriasis ln modern medicine there is no definite treatment for this disease. The medicines which are availabte to treat the disease are not very effective and cannot be use for long term management because of their [oca[ and systemic side effect as wetl as toxicity. Medicines, which are used in ayurveda are safe and being practice since thousand of year Shushruta and Vagbhata have given to great emphasis to jataukavacharan in the therapy for rakta pradoshaj vyadhi, tridosh prakopajanya, chirakari disease (ch vi.3/44) (A.H.5u.14l5) Shushruta stated that rakta mokshan purify the channets it sucks the btood at superficia[ level(Avagandha grathita rakta) might be from capi[taries or extra cetlutar, which creates new cettutar division which take place removing death cel[ [ayer and resulting in reduction [oca[ swetling and lichenfication and other part becomes free from the disease.(Ch.chi.7/52). AYURVEDIC MANAGEMENT OF HYPERTENSION 01 - PO40 VIDYOTH MEDICAL OFFICER, DEPT. OF ISM, VIDYOTH@REDIFFMAIL.COM It is defined as the lateral force per unit area of Vascutar watt. lt is usualty expressed in terms of miltimeter of mercury. Systolic pressure is determined by the votume and velocity of left ventricular ejection, distensabitity and the end diastotic votume of the arterial system. Diastolic Pressure is determined by the peripheral resistance, arteriaI Baak af Abstracis | 65
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2Al 4 lnternati6nal Seminar on Ayurveda for Publle Health distensibitity, Viscosity and duration of Cardiac cycle. lt is the difference in system and diastotic pressure. lt represents the putse votume. Average vatue is 40mm of Hg. lncreased putse pressure is found in fever, anemia, hyperthyroidism, Heart btock etc. Hypertension is defined as systotic btood pressure of 140mm of Hg a greater and diastolic Bp of 90mm of Hg as greater. Ctassification - There are two types of Hypertension, (1) Essentiat (2) Secondary. when btood Pressure is etevated without an evident organic cause, it is catted EssentiaI hypertension. hypertension produced by an identifiabte cause is catled Secondary Hypertension. The causes of Secondary Hypertension are :- Renal (Renat parenchyma disease), Hormonal ( Adrenatin and exogenous hormones), Vascular ( Coarctation of aorta), Neurological (lncreased in intra cranial pressure) etc., Acute stress, The condition is asymptomatic over 50% of patients and unaware of the condition. The symptoms inctudes fatigue, dizziness, Patpitation, head ache , anxiety, insomnia etc. There are two types of treatment Samana and Sodhana. Samana treatment can be done in Op tevet (Out patient) For doing Sodhana treatment Hospitatisation is compulsory. The medicines are giving to those patients(As Samana) whose hypertension [eve[ is between 140 to 200mm of Hg (Systotic) and 94mm of Hg to'l1omm of Hg (diastotic) Ayurvedha did not specify hypertension but mentions about comptication of hypertension' Treating hypertension by using fundamentats of Ayurvedha. The basic principles in treatment of hypertension is'srooto Visodhanum'about 102 patients are treated in Keezhattur and Koodati Ayurvedic dispensary in between 201 1 and 201 3. About 90% of them shows remarkabte relief from hypertensions and its side effects. We are using Nalpamara Thaita, Sukumaragritha, Cardo care tablets, Sarpagandha choorna, Deasamootaharithaka lehyam, Dhesamoota kwatha etc. in OP tevet for treating these conditions. These medicines are giving to the patients accordance with the Thridhosha Lekshana of disease. The duration of treatment is usualty up to 40 days. We are getting good resutts within first day of treatment. Ayurvedic medicine is found effective for reducing viscosity of btood distensabitity of artery watls as welt as peripheraI resistance. We are now preparing new formuta for treatment of hypertension. Lack of prepared medicine are main Problem. 01 - PO41 ADIABETES, OBESITY, METABOLIC DISEASES AND AYURVEDA VISHNU VARDHAN, LAXMAN PR,AsAD, P.iAURALI KRISHNA, A.SANKAR EABU DEPT. OF PANCHAKARMA, S V AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, TIRUPATHI The incidence of Diabetes, Obesity & Metabotic diseases is increasing rapidty to an Epidemic proportion wortdwide. lt is estimated that more than 300mittion people are suffering with Diabetes and l.5bittion has overweight. The progress of these diseases teads to many fataI heatth risks tike Cardiovascular manifestations, Ocular manifestations etc. Thus they show a significant impact on both Life expectancy and Quatity of life. The present scenario throws tight on more extensive research on effective understanding and their proper management. ln this regard'TheAyurveda'ptays a vitaI rote with its Hotistic appioach to medicine rather than dividing individuaI into many sub-units. Ayurveda is a unique life science with its prime goal as protecting the heatth of an individuat atong with effective curative therapies. According to Ayurveda improper indutging in Ahara-Vihara-Achara teads to Prajnaparadha which inturn results in disease Book of Abstracls | 66
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festival - 2414 lnternationa! Seminar on Ayurveda fsr Public Health manifestation. Metabolic diseases are exptained in terms of Agni-Vaishamya inAyurvedic ctassics. Agni refers to Pachakagni, Bhutagni and Dhatvagni. Derangement of Agni leads to formation of AAMA, which is a key factor in producing diseases. Among them Dhatvagni ptays a key role in metabolic diseases though the role of Pachakagni and Bhutagni cannot be omitted. Diabetes and Obesity are explained in terms of Prameham and Atisthoulyam respectively. These clinicat entities - Aama, Prameham, Atisthoutyam are described elaboratety in Ayurveda along with their Nidana, Samprapthi, Purvarupa, Rupa, Upadrava, which gives us the better understanding. Coming to chikitsa aspect, along with norma[ drug therapy Ayurveda provides it's unique ways Iike Rasayana Chikitsa etc and atso focuses on correcting Ahara-Vihara-Achara which is very much essentiaI in treating metabotic diseases. This paper deats with the concepts for the better understanding of metabolic diseases and their treatment principles in Ayurveda. Key Words : Agni Vaishamya, Dhatvagni, Aama 01 - PO42 OBESITY AND AYURVEDA YASHWITHA R., SUSI{ETL SHETTY, ZENICA D'sOUZA DEPARTMENT OF KAYACHIKITSA, MEET-YASHU@YAHOO.CO.IN Obesity has become the most common nutritionaI disorder among individuats due to the increase in unheatthy tifestyte activities and it has become the cause for various other disorders tike Hypertension ,Arthritis and Cardiovascutar diseases .Obesity has become a sitent kitter in India and the recent studies by Registrar Generat of lndia indicates that Obesity retated disorders have joined matnutrition as a leading cause of death. The incidence of Obesity and related disorders are on a drastic increase and lndia's current National Famity Heatth Survey indicates that more than 20% of urban lndians are overweight or obese. ln Ayurveda Obesity is referred to as sthoutya and mentioned under ashta ninditha purushas.Medho dhatu being one among the sapta dhatus when gets accumulated in excess Ieads to Sthoutya.At present,the food habits and sedentary tifestyles are the contributing factors for the increase in the incidence of people suffering from Sthoulya.Ayurveda has abundant references regarding methods of lifestytes to be fo[[owed in the chapters of Dinacharya, Ritucharya,Sadvritta etc and also retated to various food habits under the chapters of Ahara Vidhi Vidhana and Pathya-Apathya which are considered as the preventive aspects of allthe tifestyte disorders inctuding obesity which when fottowed hetps in both preventive and curative aspect of obesity. Baak af Abstracts I 67I
    • Giobal Ayurveda Festival ' 2A1 4 infernati6na! Semlnar cn Ayurveda far Public Health PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA I w,--.r--- ,ffi***rr oo:=i.ru:..''ul
    • Globai Ayurveda Fesfiuai - 20 1 4 lnternattonal Semlnar on Ayurveda far Publtc llealth '02-oRl OCCURRENCE OF DISEASE IN RELATION TO DOSHIC TIME AND SEASON:A STUDY USING EMERGENCY MEDICAL TRANSPORT DATA OF OKAYAMA CITY, JAPAN axrxo ToKtN0BU OKAYAMA UNIVERSITY GRADUATE SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, DENTISTRY AND PHARMACEUTICAL 5CI ENCES, JAPAN, GMS422O2O@S. OKAYAMA- U. AC. J P Timeof dayand season areconsidered to have relation to Dosha inAyurveda. Each time zone has a specific Dosha predominance, so is the season. Diseases are atso considered to have Dosha predominance, in general. The aim of this study is to evaluate the retation between occurrenceof disease and Doshic time and season. ln this study, we used the data of emergency medical transport of Okayama City, which was obtained from the Fire Bureau of Okayama City. The data contained the record of a[[ emergency transports in OkayamaCityforfiveyearsfrom 1stof January2006 to31stof December2010, inctuding the time of call for ambulance.After excluding the cases of accident and externa[ wound, and we focused on the diseases which have more than one thousand cases for five years. Time of day for calting ambulance was divided to six for convenience; 2:00-6:00 and 14:00-18:00 for Vata, 6:00-10:00 and 18:00-22:00 for Kapha, and 10:00-14:00 and 22:00- 2:00 for Pitta. Further we atso divided time of day for catting ambulance at two hours intervals to see in more detait. As for season, there is no consensus so far in Japan regarding season and its predominant Dosha, so we divided a year at 2 months intervats starting from January for convenience. Each disease occurrence was evaluated with regard to the relation of Dosha predominance in time and season. Anatyses were conducted by Stata version 12.1 (StataCorp LP). ln most diseases, time of catling ambulance for the specific disease has relation to Dosha predominance of its disease as described in the Ayurveda classics. Regarding season, interpretation was difficutt since we did not have ctear-cut division of season with regard to Dosha predominance. Key Words: Epidemiotogy, Emergency transport, Disease occurrence, Dosha predominance 02-oR2 A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF ASHVAGANDHADI LEHYA IN MANEGEMENT OF KARSHYA (UNDERWEIGHT) CHILDREN PATIL AMRUT, PRASANNA N. RAO, SHAILAJA U, REENA KULKARNI. P.G. SCHOLAR, PRINCIPAL & CMO, H.O.D &PROFF, ASSO. PROFF DEPT. OF KAUMARABHRITYA, SDMCAH, HASSAN, KARNATAKA, INDIA, AMRUT,PATILz9OT@YAHOO.CO.IN Karshya is one of the common probtem in lndian schooI children &.47% lndian chitdren are Underweight.lone of important factor for Karshya is Hina Matra Ahara.2Human body takes origin from food substances that one consumes3& it is said that " we are what, we eat". Achild suffering from Karshya may not toterate thirst, excessive cold & heat, invasion of any disease, if he/she is not treated in proper time complications like Shwasa, Kasa, Gulma, Ptiha, Kshaya, Arsha, Udararoga, Grahaniroga may occur.aThis grevious condition especiatty in children requires immediate medical attention to study effect of Ashwagandhadi Lehya in Karshya children of 5 to 7 years age and to compare the effect 8oo*ofAbslracls i 69
    • Global Avurveda Festival - 201 4 !nternatiinal Sentnar on Ayttrveda for Public Heatth of Ashwagandhadi tehya with control group without any intervention in karshya chitdren of age 5 to 7 years age. An lnterventionat singte btind randomized control triaI study conducted in which Study group A 30 chitdren intervention given with Ashwagandhadi Lehya for month and foltow up don after 15 days of intervat. ln ControI Group B15 chitdren observed for a month without intervention at the end of one month of study, as patients were found at risk of matnutrition, after study dietary advice given. lmprovement in Karshya chitdren on based on subjective assessment criteria in Group A are the study drug irovided highty significant resutt in Dourbatya, Appetite, Activity in watking 200 meters with p Vatue < 0.001, white significant improvement in time taken for digestion with p value < 0.006 and on concentration in studies shown non-significant at the end of study. on Objective assessment criteria in Group A study drug provided highty significant resutts on Weight, mid arm circumference with p vatue <0.001 , significant resutts on skin fold thickness with p vatue <0.01, non-significant resutts found in height, Chest circumference, Mid-catf circumference, Mid-thigh circumference. Resutts of improvement in Karshya chitdren on based on Objective assessment criteria in Group B observed for a month for anthropometrical assessment and shown non-significant resutts on height, weight, mid arm circumference and Skin fotd thickness. On other parameters such as Chest circumference, mid-thigh circumference, Mid-thigh circumference' Mid'catf circumference remained unchanged. Results of improvement in Karshya chitdren on based on objective assessment criteria between group A & Group B Study drug provided statisticatty highty significant results on weight with p vatue < 0.001, significant on Skin fotd thickness with p vatue <0.01, white non-significant results found on chest circumference, Mid-arm circumference, Skin fotd thickness, Mid-catf circumference and Mid-thigh circumference. lmproved nutritiona[ status shown good resutts of Ashwagandhadi tehya ii effective in Karshya chitdren of age group 5 to 7. But Ashwagandhadi lehya does not sustained action during foltow-up period. 02-oR3 UNDERSTANDING THALASSEMIA IN AYURVEDA . THE CLASSICAL APPROACH ANJANAA GOSWAiAI" VK KORi, K5 PATTL, RAJAGOPALA 5 MD (AyU) SCHOLAR, A55|STANT PROFESSOR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR' oipT. oT KAUMARBHRITYA, IPGT&RA, GUJARATAYURVED UNIVERSITY JAMNAGAR -361008, DR.ANJANAGOSWAMI@YAHOO.COM, DRVKKORI@YAHOO.COM, DRKSPATEL2OOT@YAHOO.CO.IN' SRAJAGOPALA@GMAI L. COM Thatassemia is one of the most chaltenging form of hematotogicat disorders. lt is an inherited autosoma[ recessive btood disease wherein genetic defect results in reduced rate of synthesis or no synthesis of one of the gtobin chains that makes up the hemogtobin.There is no effective treatment for this condition in conventionat medicine, the avaitabfe one i.e. bone marrow transplantation is out of reach of many. Sothe scientific community is tooking for an alternative, cost effective approach in this direction. A disease simit'ar to thatassemia is not found described in Ayurveda, hence there is a need to devetop a systematic approach for proper understanding and anatysis of the pathotogy. Here Aocharyo Charaka has given the pathway of understanding an unknown pathotogy in Ayurvedic parlance i.e. based on Aaptopadesha Pramaana (CharakasamhitalVimanasthona Book of Abslracts i 70
    • Glabal Ayurv*da Festival - 2A1 4 lnternatianal Semlnar on Ayurveda far Publir H*alth 416).lt should be considered to form a concrete base to understand and formulate the suitable regimen for such diseases.Fotlowing this path, Thatassemia may be correlated to Beejadushtijanya Panduroga with Piffo Pradhana Tridosha, affecting the functions of Raktavaha srotas and uttimately the process of formation of Rakta Dh,atu is getting affected thus producing Raktavikriti. Persistent production of Vikrito Rakta Dhofu leads to various symptoms in the form of Tridoshajanya Pandu. A total of four (4) ctinicat researches have been carried out on diagnosed cases of Thatassemia Major ofboth sex in pediatric age group in the Department of Kaumarbhritya at l.P.G.T. &R.4., Jamnagar. ln the first study, Dhotri Avaleha was taken as drug of intervention and Tripholadi Avaleha in rest of 3 studies; with modern medicat management (Btood Transfusion& lron chelation therapy)as Control group in atlstudies. Asimple random sampting method was fotlowed for the ctinica[ study. Two studies are ongoing in which ltusta-Triphaladi Avaleha in first and Gandhakadi Yoga in second study are the intervention drugs. Two research works have been carried out in the department of R.S. & B.K.at l.P.G.T.&R.A, Jamnagar on Gandhakadi Yoga. lts standardization, pharmaceuticat, pharmacotogical studies and atso clinicaI observation on healthy votunteers were done. The effect of trial drugs were found to be highty significant in most of the cardinat features of Pandurogo and quatity of tife of patients, it also showed significant resutt on laboratory parameters (Totat proteins, Albumin, Globulin, S.G.O.T., S.G.P.T., S. Bilirubin, S.T.l.B.C., S.Ferritin etc.). Ayurvedic medicines are effective in management of diseases tike Thatassemia Major atong with modern medicaI management as adjuvant drugs. 02-oR4 HYPOTHYROIDISM : AN EFFECTIVE MEASURES RUPENDRA CHANDRAKAR, RAJESH sINGH, ANKITA UPADHYAY, DHANANJAY PATEL LECTURER, LECTURER, PG SCHOLAR, PG SCHOLAR DEPT. OF SAMHITA SIDDHANI GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, RAIPUR Hypothyroidism is a major endocrinal disorder in present era. lt has been noticed that irregular life styte ptays the major role for insufficient production of thyroid hormones, tike fetraiodothyroxine (74) and triiodothyronine (73) . The principte function of thyroxine is to act as a catalyst of nature for the maintainance of oxidative metabotism in most tissues. ln Ayurveda, the functions of thyroid gtand simitar with description of Agni .5igns and symptoms of Hypothyroidism are ctosely related to literatures regarding Shotha and Galganda prakarana in Samhitas. This disorder inctuded under the measurabte pubtic heatth issue, so on this basis we are intrested to work on this burning subject. Nutritionat deficiency and stress are the main reason to produce hypothyroidism. Dipana, Srotoshodhanaand avasadhara is the basic principte of treatment. ln that point of view, out of 100 suspected cases of hypothyroidism in OPD of Govt. Ayurvedic Cottege Hospitat, 60 cases were randomly selected, where 40 femates and 20 males between 25 lo 40 yrs of age. Hypothyroidism were diagnosed on the basis of Physical (Cardinat sign and symptoms) and Pathologicatfindings (taboratory findings of serum T3,T4 and TSH). We have given our medication T- compound (2 Capsute BD) and Brahmi Tail (2 drops daily as pratimorsh nasya) within three months. Out of 60 patients, the results suggest 42(70%) were able to discontinue a[[ their atlopathic medicine after ful[ Book afAbsfracfs I 71I
    • 3 =tal Avurveda Festival - 201 4 ':e'rat,cra' Seminar an Aywveda tor Pubtic Healrh course of therapy, 15(25%) were abte to reduce their medication by atteast 50% and 3 (5%) stitt required their attopathy medication in pre- treatment doses' According to significant resutts we assumed that our medicine (T- Compound and Brahmi Tait) works we[[ upon hypothyroidism' 02-oR5 RASAYANA IN PUBLIC HEALTH - SCOPE AND METHODS ARATH1 P5 PROFESSOR, SANTHIGIRI AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE The preventive and curative benefits of Ayurveda are wetl known ' The last decade has witnessed a major shift in the understanding of Heatth and disease by the society and Ayurveda has drawn attention as a potentiat heatth system that can provide solutions to many of heatth issues. lt is but unfortunate that Ayurveda is yet to be recognized as a main stream medicat system in our Country. The reasons are many' lt is true that there are a number of dispensaries, hospitats and educationaI institutions but these are optionat. Neither the practice of Ayurvedic way of living nor the Ayurvedic products have been incorporated in the pubtic heatth system. Rasayana chikitsa is one of the eight disciptines of Ayurveda which has been advocated both as preventive and curative' There are different methods of Rasayana administration and ctassics do advocate simpte and effective rasayana dravyas and formutations to promote physicat and mentaI heatth and to prevent diseases. lncorporating Ayurveda Rasayanas in Pubtic Heatth System needs to be done at two levets. The first and most basic need is to create awareness which need to be started at schools. Concepts on Daity regimen' heatthy diet etc need to be inctuded in science Text Books . At the imptementation [eve[ Rasayana dravys [ike Triphata, Mandookaparni etc. need to be distributed to schoot chitdren and pubtic through an effective network of concerned authorities, Ayurvedic physicians and heatth workers .The need of the hour is a strong commitment and Government patronage which witt definitety enabte to take the benefits of Ayurveda to a [arger community' This witt ensure tong tasting sotutions to the many of the heatth problems' 02-oR6 PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA PAIKRAO ARVI ND PRALHADRAO ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPT OF KRISHAREERA, SRI JAYENDRA SARSWATHI AYURVEDA COLLEGE - a nosplul, NAZARATHPETH, CHENNAI, DRARVINDAYURVED@GMAIL.coM The widety accepted definition of heatth is given by the wortd heatth organization (1948) in preambte to its constitution, "Heatth is a state of comptete physicat, mentaI and social wett being and it not merety an absence of disease or infirmity". Ayurveda is not onty a science of therapeutics but it advocates more of promotion of heatth and prevention from diseases than cuie. lt is a phitosophy of tife which teads to tong, happy, healthy and prosperous tife. Ayurveda has onty objective to be achieved and that objective is the maintenance of the state of wettbeing or re-estabtishing the state of wettbeing in the organism. Book of Abstracts | 72
    • Global Ayuweda Festival - 2014 lntetnatianal Seminar an Ayurveda far Public Heafth 02-oR7 ROLE OF SADVRITTA IN PREVENTION OF ALCOHLLISM A MAJOR PUBLIC HEALTH PROBLEM BIRASAR SUREKHA 5, AIABAI,{H DEVARA LECTURER, H.O.D DEPT. OF SWASTHAVRITTA, N.K.JABSHATTY AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLAGE & RESEARCH CENTER, BtDAR. (KARANATAKA). The atcohol remains the king of att popular addictions. Consumption of various types of alcohol is on rise in the teenagers as it has becomes a Sociat fashion and gtobat problem at the day. Atcohot is a tiquid substance other than food which when consumed produces changes in the physicat or mental functioning of the individual. I n the year 1956 addiction was declared as a disease by the American medicaI association. These problems can not be treated untess addiction is treated first. This condition can be prevent and managed by strictly imptementing the code of conducts regarding social behaviol setf controI and achar rasayana as wett as healthy diet which is exptained in our ctassics. Details witt be discussed at the time of presentation. Key word:- Sadvritta, Atcohol, Causes, Symptoms, Prevention, Ayurveda. 02-oR8 PRECISE MODUS VIVENDI: A BOON TO COPE UP wtTH PROFESSTONAL ANXIETY W.S.R TO DINACHARY PALANA CHANDRA C'-IUD MISHRA, KASHINATH SAMAGANDI, SARVESH KUMAR AGRAWAL, DURGAVATI DEVI, KAA,ILESH KUAiAR SHARMA P. G. SCHOLAR, LECTURER, ASSISTANT PROF., ASSOCIATE PROF. & H.O.D, DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN SWASTHVRITTA & YOGA, NIA JAIPUR. Ergonomics is a unique science which deats with the fitting the right job for a right person with respect to the heatth and safety in the workptace. lt is strongly concerned with the prectuding the ailments in earty stage. ln developing countries tike lndia the young generation shows a constant interest for jobs in sectors tike l.T, Management heatth sector etc. To cope up with the hasty industrialization and urbanization, individuats adopt the faulty modus Vivendi which makes them as a prey for many ailments, concerns with the stress and anxiety. Hypertensions, Diabetes, Cardiac accidents, arthritis, insomnia etc are the major aitments of adoption of modern civilization. Constant exposure to occupationaI stressors is the root cause of aforesaid aitments. Now a day's these diseases are ctassified under tife styte disorders as they arise from a faulty and hectic tifestyte. Ayurveda principtes remarks the Nidan Parivarjan is an initiat rute to tackte att the diseases inctuding occupationa[ / professiona[ diseases. But in this competitive era, it is highty impossibte to change or quit the job and working ambience. The onty effective remedy leftover for a[[ individuals is to adopt a proper precise scientific based modus Vivendi. Dincharya patan being a part and parcel of the Swasthavritta principte advocates us proper wet[ accepted tifestyte. ln this presentation a concise module of Dincharya witt be prepared to guide the individuals suffering from professionaI anxiety and other stress retated disorders. Acceptabte module with scientific base witt be etucidated at the time of futt paper presentation. Eooko/Absfracfs I /3
    • G!obal Ayurveda Festival - 241 4 lr:e:nalianal Seminar an Ayurveda for Fublic Health 02 - oR9 DURVA (CYNODON DACTYLON)'-A CHEAPEST HERBAL DRUG TO CURE ANAEMIA RAJPUT DURGESI.I SINGI{, TRIPATHI R.N, READER, BIBEY SUSHILA, PROFESSER PG SCHOLAR, POST GRADUATE DEPT. OF KAY CHIKITSA, NPA GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, RAI PUR, CH HATTISGARH, DRDU RG ESHRAJ PUT@GMAI L. COM Prevalence of anemia is very common in lndia especiatly in femate's age group below 25 years. Pregnant lady atso suffer from anemia physiologicatty due to increased water retention in body. Anemia is a symptom in various diseases as wetl as a separate disease entity. ln rural lndia there is higher incidence of anemia due to lack of proper nutrition, mat absorption and lack of awareness to their heatth, despite of this fact in our country urban poputation atso facing this problem of anemia because they are taking calorie rich diet but lacking in nutrition like vitamins and trace etements which is required for erythropoisis. Now-a-days most of peoptes in our country using heamatinic drugs extensively either mate or female. Haematinic drugs are considered as an otc(over the counter) drug in india. Haematinic drugs contains the vitamins and minerats essentiaI for normaI erythropoiesis, including iron, copper, cobatt, vitamins a, b12, b6, c, e, folic acid, riboflavin and nicotinic acid, may be associated with defective erythropoiesis and anemia. Most common adverse effect of haematinic drugs are constipation, diarrhea, stomach cramps, or upset stomach. Present study was conducted to research a formula for anemia which is easily avaitable, cost effective and in natural form withot any adverse effect. ln Charak samhita for the treatment of pandu(anaemia) aocharya Charak has mentioned shadval {Durva- cynodon dactylon) (Ch.Chi.16/20). For the evatuation the effect of (Durva- cynodon dactylon on anemia. Two group of femate patient chosen first one group contain 30 femate patient age group between 14-25years with attsymptom of anemia(HB%7-8gm/dt, fatigue, rough & patlor skin, burning sensation on [imbs and the another group contain 30 pregnant femate patient having a[[ above symptoms of anemia. For the clinical study we give a decided dose of fresh " Durva Panchang Kalka (Cynodon Dactylon Paste)" 5gm bd in empty stomach with normal routine diet for the time period of 15 days. After the 15 days of treatment re-evatuation was done and there was a significant improvement in atl symptoms of anemia along with laboratory investigation; average increase of Hb% in both groups of patient were 2-3gm/dt. ln our country in ruraI area where people are poor & socio- economical condition is very [ow, and medica[ facitities are not sufficient, the peopte can't afford the expanses of normal medical care. And those peopte who can afford the use of these drugs because of their various GIT retated adverse effect. Therefore Durva panchang kalka can be a better substitute for haematinic drugs. 02 - oR10 AYURVEDIC APPROACH TO HEART DISEASE IN PUBLIC HEALTH NAVE E N KUMAR KAN DAGATLA, 5 I.IARAD HA, SHAI LAJA, . N.ANJANEYAMOORTHY, KIRAN J'i GOUD PG SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR, PROFESSORAND HEAD, DEAN, PRINCIPAL, DEPT., OF PG STUDIES IN SHALYATANTRA, SKAMCH&RC, BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, INDIA Card'iac diseases one among the five teading cause of death. IHD (ischemic heart disease) BookofAbstracts | 74
    • Glabal Ayuweda Festival - ZAi4 lnte{national Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Health is the second teading cause of death after cancer. Cardiovascutar disease is an estabtished chronic disease for the poputation of devetoped and developing countries. Cardiovascular disease refers to variety of diseases and conditions affecting the heart and btood vessets. fardiovascular diseases are preventabte. The major cardiovascutar disease.s are coronary artery disease (CAD), myocardial infarction (Ml) and congestive cardiac faiture (CCF). The cardiovascutar diseases cause a major burden in mortality, morbidity & heatth care cost.48.6% of death were caused by cardiovascutar in the year 2000 as per WHO. By 2020 may be 58.6% death are expected attributed in CVD. There are two main theories about atherosclerosis formation: High tevet of chotesterol in the blood injure the artery's lining, causing an inflammatory reaction and enabling cholesteroI and other fatty materiats to accumutate there, Repeated injury to arteriat walt may occur through various mechanisms invotving immune system or through direct toxicity. ln both cases, there are changes that can lead to the formation of atheromas. Ayurvedais considered to be the ancient care of health care in the wortd.So it is believed thatAyurveda is often referred as "MOTHER OFALL HEALING". ln Bruhatrayis and Lagutrayis there is reference for Abhighata (injury), Adhyashana (excess intake of fatty foods) etc.. Which leads to 5types of hridroga-vataja, pittaja, kaphaja, sannipataja, krimija. ln Ayurveda views, atheroscterosis as degeneration of the btood vessets by increased vata which make them hard, thin, dry and rough. Deposits of tipids and calcium represents deposition of kapha in the degenerative vessets resulting in irregutar thickening of btood vessets. Ayurveda therefore concludes that this disease is caused by an increase of vata and vitiation of kapha in the btood vessels. ln Ayurveda, the aim of treatment is to remove the vitiated or aggravated doshas from body. Predisposing factors of CVD are simitar to those of other Ayurvedic pathotogies such as prameha(diabetes), medhoroga (obesity), amavata (RA). ARJUNA(Terminaliaarjuna) is one of the drug whichhetps in decreasing the etevated chotesterol and increased levelof HDHL.lt is also noticed that prostaglandin levets which were low have been increased and high [eve[ of catechotamines were brought down by the administration of drug besides retief from sympoms [ike pain, patpitation... Key words-Atherosclerosis, Chotesterol levet, Arjuna. 02-oR11 GOOD PRACTICES OF AYURVEDA INTERVENTIONS - DHATRILAUHAW.S.RTO ANAEMIA IN HIGH SCHOOL CHILDREN'SIN PUBLIC HEALTH NILESI-I N GA.VfAS, M S DODDAIAANI. PG SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR AND HOD DEPARTMENT OF POST GRADUATE STUDIES IN RASASHASTRA, TARANATHGOVTAYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE BELLARY, KARNATAKA, N I LES HGAWA5449@GMAI L. COM Anaemia is a significant pubtic heatth challenge in lndia, it has devastating effects on heatth, physical and mentaI productivity affecting quatity of tife particutarty among the vutnerabte.lndia is among the countries with high prevalence of anaemia.Mainty 56 percent among adolescent girts, 30 percent in adolescent boys, adotescent Girts (12-l4years 68.6*, 15-17 years 69.7*,15-19 years 55.8-).Ayurveda has a sotution for this problem, dhatritauha([auha, amataki, yastimadhu, guduchiprepared by adopting specialised Eock of,Absfracfs i 75t
    • Global Ayuweda Festival - 2A1 4 !nternatianat Seminar on Ayurveda far Publie Health pharmaceutical process) is a widety used formulation for pandu, shularoga, kamata and amtapitta.Dhatritauha provided significant resutt on Hb%, RBC, MCV, PCVand transferrin saturation.The ingredients of dhatritauhapossessanti-oxidant, immunostimutatory, memory enhancing, hepatoprotective, antihelmintic, anti-microbacteriat, anti-ulcer, and anti-bacteriat activity.A comparative study of IFA versesdhatrilauha on IDA showed that dhatritauha was found better in improving symptoms and parameters of lDA, however dhatritauhashowed no side effects and was safe. Therefore adopting dhatrilauha is a good practice, it is the high time to promotedhatrilauha in the management of IDA in high schootchitdren which is the most chattenging pubtic heatth problem in lndia rather than promoting atone lFA, because dhatritauha is having added benefits of herbaI drugs, it is a combo pack for adotescent group.lt doesn't require any seperate deworming drug, it hetps in physicat, immunotogicat, mentat and intetlectual wetlbeing of high schoot chitdren's, it is to note that added benefits wide above are absent in lFA.The logic and scientific base for this thought witt be discussed detailin the futl paper. Key words : Anaemia;Dhatritauha;lFA;lDA. 02 - oR 12 CLINICAL APPLICATION OF SHADVIDHOPKRAMA IN PUBLIC HEALTH NIRUPAA/I BHATTACHARYYA, iiuRALIDFIAR P FUJAR PG SCHOLAR, GUIDE- PROFESSOR & DEPUTY MEDICAL SUPERINTENDENT, , SDM COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA AND HOSPITAL, THANNIRUHALLA, BM ROAD HASSAN-57320'I, DRN I RU9999@GMAI L. COM The eterna[ science of tife Ayurveda has indicated various types of Chikitsa for the management of diseases. Amongst the Chikitsa mentioned, Shadvidopakrama bears tot of significance. ln this context the knowtedge of upakrama becomes very essentia[. The Sadvidhaupakrama, the combination of six prime upakramas of Ayurveda can be considered a part of Yuktivipashraya chikitsa Sadvidha upakrama plans to act by batancing the proportion of the Panchamahabhutas in the body. ln other words those substances or process which increases the agni, vayu and aakasha mahabhuta in the body can be termed as langhana. Resutt of any Upakrama is Dosha Saamyata. lt is attained through batancing the Gunas, uttimatety by achieving the Panchabhouthika stabitity. Resutt of any Upakrama is Dosha Saamyata. lt is attained through batancing the Gunas, ultimatety by achieving the Panchabhouthika stabitity. Shadvidopakrama works on the principte of Saamanya Vishesha Siddhanta. Att the Upakramas come under the domain of the Sadvidhaupakrama. Roga and Rogi must be carefulty assessed and onty then Upakrama shoutd be ptanned That is why it is catled Yuktivypashraya Chikitsa. Thus, Shadvidopakrama is used both for prevention and cure of disease. Charaka has clearty concluded this concept by saying that atthough various combination of doshas are possibte as per various condition stitt the number of the doshas remains three similarly whatever may be the treatment modalities it witt come under the peer view of Shadvidhopkrama. Based on the principte of each upkrama many clinical triats have been conducted at various research centre across the country and found effective as a first [ine of management. Key words: Chikitsa, Dosha Saamyta, Upkrama, Shadvidhopkrama Book of Abstracfs j 76
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2414 Internatiana! Seninar an Ayurveda far Public Health 02-oR13 RATIONALITY AND ADAPTABILITY OF FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES OF AYURVEDA IN PERSONAL HYGIENE AND PUBLIC HEALTH P.V.V. PRASAD, P.K.J.E. SUBHAKTHA ASSISTANT DIRECTOR, RESEARCH OFFICER, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF INDIAN MEDICAL HERITAGE, REVENUE BOARD COLONY, GADDIANNARAM, HYDERABAD 5OOO35 (A.P.) Ayurveda, the ancient science of tife which has a system of diet, behaviour, preventive medicine, system of promoting heatth and atso heating is not restricted to treat diseases superficiatly but cures the aitments totally by understanding the body and mind of the patient comptetely with its hotistic approach. The hotistic approach of Ayurveda in the prevention and management of diseases is a significant contribution to medical practice. Ayurveda taid emphasis on promotion of heatth thereby the span of tife. For this it advocates some dos and don'ts for the normal and heatthy living for individuals and for society as wet[. Ahara, sleep and brahmacharya are the three supporting piltars and play major role in heatth of an individuat. Ayurveda has focused the same very elaboratety centuries ago. The present scientific theories devetoped on etaborative studies finatty establish the same and stress the need of proper diet, steep, heatthy and normal sexual life. Now the entire wortd is aware of the consequences of improper habits or behavior related mainly to these three supporting pitlars of tife. Concepts of daity regimen, seasonal regimen which take care of body and mind includes Yoga, physical exercises, pure drinking water, etc and knowledge on prevention of epidemics are the few examples of concepts of preventive medicine for public heatth in Ayurveda. There is an added advantage in fottowing the age old rutes and regutations laid down by Ayurveda for maintenance of good heatth of both body and mind and also to increase the span of tife with gracefuI ageing. These shoutd be properly utitized by the pubtic and encouraged byAYUSH personnel in a large scale. The rationality of principtes ofAyurveda can be estabtished by the studies carried out on some of the basic concepts, single plant drugs/compound formulations for their efficacy based on their usage in Ayurveda i.e. as anti-oxidants, stress retievers, immunomodutators etc. which should be popularized for the benefit of end users/public at att levels of heatth care programmes like Primary Heatth Care, NRHM and Woman and Child heatth Care etc. The detaits on the fundamental principtes of Ayurveda with their efficacy, rationality, adaptabitity etc. wit[ be discussed in fult paper. 02-oR14 VISION 2O2O: ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN PREVENTING BLINDNESS BALAKRISHNAN PRAVEEN, i,lJ ASHWINI' HK Ai ARNATH PG SCHOLAR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AND HOD, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR DEPT OF SHALAKYA TANTRA, SDM COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA AND HOSPITAL, HASSAN, DR.PRIYABHAT23@GMAIL.COM Vision 2020: The Right to Sight is a gtobat initiative to eliminate avoidabte btindness by the year 2020. Attainment of this aim impties the devetopment of a sustainable comprehensive heatth-care system to ensure the best possibte vision for atl people and thereby improve quatity of tife. This initiative was developed as 75% of btindness and visuaI impairment is a result of five preventabte or treatable conditions (cataract, refractive errors and low vision, trachoma, onchocerciasis and a specific group of causes Baak of Abstracts i 77
    • GIoba! Ayurveda Festival - 2A14 lntefiationa! Seminar an Ayurveda far Public Health of chitdhood btindness). There are five sense organs and according to Ayurveda; eyes (netra) is the most important among them. Considering this and emphasizing that sight was right of every human, ayurveda has advocated many protocols in the form of cakshushyo tifestyte (tifestyte for heatthy eyes). lf priority has been given to this at gtobat [eve[, the percentage of preventabte btindness can be drasticatty brought down. Hence, research was made to frame out an oyurveda programme strategy quiet suitabte and easily practicabte by the peopte of this century to prevent avoidabte btindness. This paper focuses on the rote of oyurveda to prevent avoidable btindness and maintain eyes heatthy through various protocots. 02 - oR 15 CONCEPT OF VARIOUS CARDIAC DISORDERS IN AYURVEDA PRIYA BHAT, GAJANANA HEGDE RESEARCH SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR & HOD, DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA,, GOVERNMENT AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MYSORE Ayurveda considers hrudoya(heart) as one of the vital organ of the body. As it is one among the trimarams, any injury to the hrudaya leads to severe comptications & even death. Cardiovascutar diseases are the [argest cause of mortality. Overatt, CVDs accounted for around one-fourth of att deaths in lndia in 2008. lt witt be the largest cause of death and disabitity by 2020 in lndia. lt has been forecasted that 2.6 Mittion people witt die from coronary heart disease, which constitutes 54% of deaths caused due to cardiovascutar disease, making an impact to the society and the economy even more significant. Atthough many types of cardiovascular diseases are entisted in contemporary science, onty a few exptanations are available inAyurvedic ctassics. Hrudaya is an organ which draws btood from att over the body and then suppties it to alt parts of the body. Hrudayo forms the seatof udane, vyona&.pranovayu, sadhaka pitta, avalambakakapha&.ojas. Equitibrium of these doshas present in the heart is responsible for normal functioning of heart. Vitiation of any of them is invariably necessary for causation of heart diseases. As heart diseases are the current burning probtem in the society understanding the heart diseases with respect to dosha and dushyo invotved in them is very essentiat. Hence an attempt has been made for consideration of doshas and dushyas invotved in the pathogenesis of various cardiac disorders. Key words- Hrudrogo, Cardiovascular disease, Dosha, Dushya 02 - oR 16 ROLE OF TRIPHALA IVIADHU SARPI IN COMPUTER VISION SYNDROME - A DISEASE OF MODERN CIVILIZATION RACHNA AGRAWAL, AMITABHA IAAPDAR, KASHINATH SAMAGAN DI, KAiIIALESH KUIAAR gHARMA PG SCHOLAR, PH.D SCHOLAR, CO-GUIDE, GUIDE AND HOD, DEPTT. OF PG STUDIES IN .SWASTHAVRITTA, N IA, JAI PU R, RACH NA268 s@GMAI L. COM CONTACT: 9 5 29 87 6349 It is a singte group clinicatstudy conducted on patients of a newly burning issue retated to modus Vivendi "Computer vision syndrome". Being a disease of modern era, we won't Book of Abstracts | /8
    • Global Ayurveda Festivat - 2014 lntematianal Seminar an Ayurveda far Public llealth get the direct reference and nearest resembling disease in Ayurveda exceltence. But specutations are made on the basis of Dosha Dushya Samurchono and Lakshano . Present study was planned with an, to compite and commemorate the references of computer vision syndrome and its related diseases in Ayurveda exce[[ence, postulate the Somprapti Ghataka (Patho -physiotogy) of computer vision syndrome according to Ayuvedo, hypotheticatty and rute out the effect of Triphala Madhu Sarpi in retiving the sign and symptoms of computer vision syndrome. of the study were ptanned on 50 samptes who were the victim of CVS. lt is a single group study administered with Triphalo hladhu Sarpi in a dose of 3gm of Triphala powder atong 5ml of l[adhu & 5mt of Ghrito (Made from Dadhi of pure cow's mitk) at night before meal. Effect of intervention is assessed once in 1 5 days intervat. of the study reveated that Triphala liladhu Sorpi has good resutt in retieving the subjective criteria's viz., eye strain, fatigue eye, burning eye, itch in eye, headache, neck, shoutder and back pain and difficutty if focusing and objective criteria's tike dry eye ( by schirmer test), doubte vision and red eye after 2 month, 02-oR17 ASSESSMENT OF PRAKRITI TO MAINTAIN THE HEALTH CONDITION AND FOR THE PREVENTION OF THE DISEASE BY THE AYURVEDIC REGIMENS. RAPOLLJ SUNIL BUCHIRAMIJLU, KISHOR PATWARDHAN, P}YUSH TR.IPATHI JR IMS, FACULTY OF AYURVEDA, DEPARTMENT OF KRIYA SHARIR, BHU Ihe upadesha of Ayurveda is for who wants f our purusharthasi.e Dharma, Artha, KAma and mokOa. For futfitting the prayojana of Ayurveda (SvAsthya rakOana and VikAra praDamanal there is need of knowledge of individual constitution, by knowing the Prakriti we can maintain our heatth and prevents the disease process by fottowing the Ayurvedic Regimen which are suitabte to Prakriti. The written source of the Ayurveda was got from the knowtedge of the many ancient books like Vedas, Vedangas, Nyaydarshan and many other ancient lndian books, from it the important aspects, principtes which governs and sustain the human body and mind are coltected by different Ayurvedic Authors and after that they were included by them in the form of the Samhitas, nighantu's like Bruhatrayi, Laghutrayi and so on. Now-a-days these books are wetl known as the Ayurvedic books. The central tenet of the Ayurveda is that att the peopte are unique, having the individuat constitution. According to Ayurveda, an individual's basic constitution determines predisposition to diseases as welI as therapy and tife-style regime to a Iarge extent. Ayurveda describes seven broad constitutional types (Prakritisl each with a varying degree of physiotogicat, anatomicaI and psychotogicaI variations and predisposition to different diseases. Whereas western medicine has traditionatty tended to take the view that att the people are less or more same and has attempted to treat the condition rather the patient suffering from it and they consider that everybody has same anatomy, physiotogy and pathologicaI disease process does not take sufficient account of difference between the peopte butAyurveda classify the people in different individuat constitution (prakriti), so once his/her individual constitution detected than we can abte to prevent and cure the disease stage by managing the diet, physicat activities and psychotogicat conditions according to individuaI constitution and predominant dosha. Key words: Ayurvedic science, individual constitution, western medicine, predominant dosha. SookofAbslracts | /9
    • S,ma! Ayurueda Festival - 2014 ':e'rai!6na! Seminar on Ayurveda far Public Health 02-oR19 ROLE OF PADA ABHYANGA AS PREVENTIVE ASPECT WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO EYEDISORDERS - A CONCEPTUAL STUDY RASHiAI. K, SWATI 5 DESH PA}.I AE, N ANJ ENAYA AilU R.THY, KI RAN. i{. GOU D, R.ASHMI PG SCHOLAR, GUIDE AND PROFESSORAND H.O.D, DEAN OF P G STUDIES, PRINCIPAL, PG scHoLAR DEPr oF PG sruDrEs rN PANCHAKARMA, SKAMCH&ff'_Riifni^.lrt#^llilttst Vitatity enhancing techniques that are incorporated in ayurvedic massage of the feet are catted padaabhyanga.lt is one of the prophytactic principtes mentioned in Ayurveda dinacharya.PadaAbyanga is one of the daity regimenhetpfuI in the prevention and treatment of many ailments. . According to the lndianscriptures, diseases do not go near one who massages hisfeet, just as snakes do not approach eagles.The hectic computerised tife styte, fautty food habits, stress and strain, irregutar steeping habits and negtigence in fotlowing daity and seasonaI regimen provoking many of the eye probtems. By massaging sneha over the feet, roughness, immobitity, dryness, fatigue andnumbness, tenderness witt getretieved.Strength and steadiness of feet are improved.The eyesight becomes ctear and vata (vitiated)is relieved hence thereby prevention ofsciatica, cracking of feet, constriction of vessets and ligaments of feet is ensured if massage is apptied to the feet(cha su5/10).By doing padaAbhyangaMarmaparipaatana of kshipram, koorchashira, tatahrudaya, koorchamarmas are noted.Through maniputating on marmapoints, we can control our prana, through prana we can control our sensory and motor organs and eventuatly our entire mind body comptex. ln the centre of the feet (sotes) twosiras are situated, which are directty connected to the eyes (ah.uttara.16). These transmit the effect of the medicines apptied over the feet in the form of massage, etc. to the eyes.Thesesiras vitiated by theaccumutation of the mala, assauttby weapons, stone and other hard substances and and other kinds of painfut activitiesbring about abnormalities of the eyes.Hence every person shoutd need make use of padabhyanga.Major cause of btindness for prevatence are cataract, glaucoma, diabetic retinopathy, Age retated macutar degeneration, refractive errors..Padaabhyanga to hetpfut in above said diseases which causes the btindness . Hence this conceptual study is made to exptain the effect of PadaAbhyanga to increase and maintain the visual acuity. Keywords-Padaabhyanga, vaata, marma, marmaparipaatanaSiras, Vaata, prana, Marmaparipatana, 02-oR20 ROLE OF AGNI IN PUBLIC HEALTH S.RATI.INAMHEMASUNDARI.CH,K,V.SHIVUVDU,G.P.R.AATREDDY P.G.SCHOLAR, P.G.SCHOLAR, READER, PROF & H.O.D, , DEPARTMENT OF BASIC PRINCIPLES, S.V.AYURVEDIC COLLEG E, TI RUPATI. 5 1 7501, DRSRATH NAM2 1 1 9@GMAI L. COM pubtic heattl,r is "the science and art of preventing disease, prolonging life and promoting heatth through the organized efforts and informed choices of society, organizations, pubtic and private, communities and individuats. Ayurveda is hotistic system of [ife, defines heatthy individuat as "Samo dosha sama agnischa" and it has been stated that impaired Agni is the root cause for manifestation of atl disordes. Total 13 agni's were Book of Abstracls I B0
    • Global Ayuweda Festival - 2A14 lnternational Seminar on Ayurveda far Public Health described in Ayurveda of which Jataragni is the king of att Agnis.The vriddhi, kshaya of the doshas and the nourishment of the body depends on Agni. ln the present era of modernization people are in a rush to futfitt their demands and not aware of their diet and dietary habits. The status of Agni depends on the diet taken by the individuat. Agni can be assessed by "jaranasakthi." Here the main aim is to assess the status ofAgni in disease condition. Methodology: A survey study has been conducted on the diet and dietary habits of the patients suffering from Ajeerna has been taken as per Charoka samhita- Ajeerna roga nidana atong with assessment of status of Agni by a speciatized questionnaire proforma. Hightights of the results: The study revealed that in 9O% of patients Agni is impaired. The methods to assess Agni, its rote in manifestation of Ajeerna roga and influence of dietary habits of the peopte in Tirupati area on the Agni wi[[ discussed in detait in the futt paper. Conctusion: Agni is the basic metabolic component that has to be protected .The present study simptifies the way to assess the state of Agni according to classical references both in health and disease condition of an individuat and thus for aids for public heatth. 02-oR21 CLINICAL EFFICACY OF BALAGUDUCHYADI KASHAYA IN DENGUE FEVER SHILPASR€E, SWATI S. DESHPANDE, KIRAN ,tl. cOUD PG SCHOLAR, GUIDE, PROFESSOR AND HEAD, DEPI PROFESSOR AND PRINCIPAL OF PG STUDIES IN PANCHAKARMA, SKAMH&RC, BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, KSHILPA.VIJAY@GMAIL. COM. Dengue fever is communicable disease caused by dengue virus calledA.aegepti spread by mosquito, so there is no vaccine and its particutarly difficutt to create vaccine because it is caused by different virus and no animal modets availabte for testing. lt is also catted as'breakdown fever'and 'dandy fever'. Approximatety 390 mittion people wortd wide infected each year and the disease kills over 5000 lndians every year and is a seasonal threat particutarly during monsoon. Symptoms witt manifest in three phases tike febrile phase - high fever(104.F), muscle and joint pains, headache, measles [ike rashes, nausea, vomiting, bteeding from mucous membrane of mouth and nose, decreased ptatetets within 2-7 days, critical phase - btood in vomitus, dark cotoured stools, severe abdominal pain, restlessness which leads to stit[ serious comptications and even death. As it is caused by virus, so there is no specific medicine or antibiotic to treat it. For typicat dengue fever, treatment is purety concerned with relief of symptoms. ln ayurveda there are severat yogas which overcome this disease, one such preparation is Balaguduchyadi kashaya - a anubhuta yoga found more effective, consists of bata, guduchi, yashti madhu, musta, chandana, trikatu etc drugs are having tikta pradhana madhura rasa, sheeta teekshna guna and contains properties tike jwaragna, tridoshahara, rasayana, hrudya, batya raktapittahara and proved to be having anti pyretic, anatgesic, anti microbiat, anti typhoid, immunomodulatory, muscle retaxant properties atso. The study was conducted on 10 patients by giving Bata guduchyadi kashaya in the dose of 1 5mt with honey 2 hourty once for 3 days and then decreased graduatty upto 1 week, it was found reduction in s'igns and symptoms of the disease atong with gross increase in platetets within 2 days. The kashaya can be used for preventive purpose also for 21 days. Statisticat paired t test is apptied and got significant result. BoakafAbstracls I B?
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 241 4 lnternationa! Seminar an Ayurveda for Pult{ic Health 02-oR22 AROGYAVARDHINI VATI (AVV) lN PRIMARY HEALTH CARE pRoFEssoR, READER, MD scHoLAR, DEp#fF t#li"J;*?#Ttt,[ ;tffil-filtitil: GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, RAIPUR, CHATTISGARH primary heatth care is initiat way to promote the heatth of poor mass. Govt. of lndia as we[[ as the State Govts. are very active to look after the health of atl category peopte who are suffering from various kinds of diseases commonty like FeVer, Diarrhoea, Dysentery, Common cotd, Cough, lnfluenza, Anaemia etc. So many drugs and measures are recommended for the treatment of above diseases. AVV is a poputar and wetl known herbomineral remedy extensivety used for various group of disease especiatty Ayurvedic medicine (K.C.), Ayurvedic surgery (Shatya), ENT (Shatakya), and Obs & Gynae (Prasuti & Striroga) as well as considered as best, cheapest & effective from every point of view. lt is known that AVV act as Hepatoprotective, Antibiotic, Antinflammatory &, having Anthetmintic properties. The ingredients and preparation method is done in the Govt. pharmacy in coltaboration and direct supervision of the experts of the Deptt. RS & BK, Govt. Ayurvedic cotlege, Raipur and supptied to the hospitats & att peripheral dispensaries of the state in remote areas. lt is reported that the efficacy of the drug and the resutt assessed through subjective & objective. Patients are cured in att disciptines tike K.C., Shalya, Shatakya, P.T.5.R etc. ln this connection the details about the drug witt be presented in the seminar properly by oral presentation. 02-oR23 PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF MUKHA VIKARAS WITH INDIGENEOUS DRUGS IN TOBACCO ADDICTED INDIVIDUALS SUCHITRACHAWAN, SUJAKSREEDHAR, B.AVENKATESH P.G, PROFESSOR, , PRINCIPAL DEPT. OF SHALAKYATANTRA, G.A.M.C BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, 5U PRIYA. KUN DAPUR@GMAI L. COM The epidemic of tobacco use is one of the greatest threats to gtobat heatth today. Approximatety one-third of the adutt poputation in the wortd use tobacco in some form and of which hatf die pre-maturely; According to the most recent estimate by the Wortd Heatth Organization, in the 20th century, the tobacco epidemic kitted 100 mittion peopte wortdwide. During the 21't century it could kitt one bittion. The figures f rom lndia are not particutarty encouraging with '184 mittion tobacco consumers (17% of world tobacco users) of which 96 mittion chew tobacco. Tambootasevana was an essential aspect of dinacharya, mentioned for proper digestion and to maintain the hygiene of mouth. Later on tambootasevana with tobacco got habituated, which has becomea major threat for human heatth and behaviour. This ctinicat study was taken up to evatuate. The efficacy of MukhaDharanavati (Mishreyadi) as a substitute to tobacco chewing, The efficacy of mukhadharanavati in contottingmukhavikaras caused due to tobacco chewing. The study was conducted in Govt. Ayurvedic medicaI cottege, Bengaluru on 20 patients. Behaviouratcounsetlingie.satvavajayachikitsa was given to alt the patients regarding itt effects of tobacco and the methods to withdraw it. Book of Abstracfs I B2
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2a1 4 lnternatianal Seminar on Avurveda for Public Health 02-oR24 STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF PANCHA NIMBA CHURNA AND THE QWATHA OF INDEGENOUS DRUGS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MADYAPANAJANYA YAKRIT VIKARA WITH SPECIAL REFFERENCE TO ALCOHOLIC LIVER DISEASE SUPRIYA S, GAJANANA HEGDE RESEARCH SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR & HOD DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA, GOVERNMENT AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MYSORE Madyapanajanyayakritvikara is developed due to excessive consumption of madya continuously for a protonged period and is chronic in nature. The atcohotic Liver Disease(ALD)is the term used to describe to describe the spectrum of liver injury associated with acute and chronic alcohotism. Alcohotic liver disease (ALD) is among the ten most common cause of death wortdwide. There is need of hepatoprotective and hepatostimulant drug s in the management of atong with abstinence from atcohol in the management of madyapanajanyayakritvikara. Totat 30 patients, with the signs and symptoms of Madyapanajnyayakritvikara and elevated liver function test values were selected and assigned into single group. The patients were selected and assigned to single group. Patients were administered Panchanimbachurna 6grams BD with hot water and Qwatha of indigenous drugs i.e. Phatata, Vasa, tikta, Bhunimba and Nimba in a dose of lpata(50mt) in two divided doses, once in morning and once in evening for 30 days. Subjective parameters viz- Agnimandya, Batakshaya, chardi, Karshya, Mandajwara, Panduta, Peetanetrata, peetamutrata, Udarashula and hruItasa, Liver function test values viz-TotaI Bilirubin, DirectBitirubin, sGor, sGPl ALB Totalprotein, serumAlbumin, serumgtobutin, A-G ratio and GGT were considered for the assessment abdomen findings were considered for the assessment.the data was cotlected on Oday, 14th day 30,h day and resutts were analysed statisticatty by using chi square test, Contingency Coefficient test and repeated measure ANNOVA. The drug effect showed statisticatly highty significant result on the parameters like Agnimandya, Batakshaya, Peetanetrata, peetamutrata, Udarashula and statisticatty significant resutt on hru[lasa. The drug effect on GGT showed statisticatly highty significant result whereas the drug showed statisticatty significant resutt on parameters [ike Total Bitirubin, Directbitirubin, scoT, sGPT and ALP. 02-oR25 CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF AYURVEDIC DENTISTRY SYAiA CHANDRAN.C, DEERAJ B.C PG SCHOLAR, ASSO.PROFF DEPT: OF SHALAKYA TANTRA, SDM COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA, HASSAN, SYAMCHAN DRAN3 @GMAIL. CO.IN Ayurvedic dentistry plays an important rote in lndian System of medicines. lt is one of the oldest systems, being emptoyed by various practitioners of Heatth Sciences.OraI hygiene is having at most importance in Dinacharya, if one regrets witt tead to various danta rogas.Our Acharyas mentioned about 8 danta rogas namety Datana(odontia), dantaharsha(hypersensitivity), danta Sarkara(caticutus), kapatika(enameI separation), krimi danta (dentat carries), shyava danta (btack tooth), Hanumoksha (distocation of mandibte), bhanjanaka (fissured tooth). Prevention and management of each disease is mentioned in atl our major ctassics. Some of the ancient techniques used in Ayurvedic Soo& cfAbsfracfs I 83t
    • Gicba! Ayurueda Festiva! " 2414 i- etralicnal Seminar cn Ayurveda ior Publie Heailft dentistry are Kavala, Gandusha, Nasya, Agni karma, Prathisarana etc'.. and are stit[ being practiced alt over the lndia. Jatandarabanda is a method of painless extraction of teeth mentioned in yogic references. Gudagnikarma is a method of management of danta soola which is ctearty mentioned in classics.CriticaI review of dantagata rogas and its chikitsa mentioned in Ayurveda. lt is noticed that the Ayurvedicline of treatment mentioned in ctassics is effective in Danta rogas. Further research has to be done for the standardization of this therapy. This topic was setected to bringAyurvedic dentistry into main streamtine as it is hetpfut and cost-effective for the mankind. 02-oR26 ROLE OF SATVAVAJAYA CHIKITSA(PSYCHO THERAPY) AND cUDUCHYADIYOGA(MEDICINAL PREPARTION) lN THE MANAGEMENT OF MADATYAYAJA YAKRIT VIKARA (ALCOHOLIC LIVER DISORDER). UNNIKR1SHNAN P M, NIRANJANA HEGDE"T, SAVITI{A H P, NARAYANA PRAKASH B PG SCHOLOR, PG SCHOLOR, ASST.PROF, PROF. AND HOD, DEPT.OF MANASAROGA SDM COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA, HASSAN, DRUNNIKPM@GMAIL.COM Evatuate the efficacy of satvavajaya chikitsa (psycho therapy) and guduchyadiyoga (medicinat prepartion) in madatyayaja yakrit vikara (Atcohotic tiver disorder). 16 patients of madatyaya(atcohotic liver disorder) were selected from the opd and ipd of Department of Manasaroga of S D M Cottege of Ayurveda and Hospita[, Hassan. Satvavajaya chikitsa is carried out in 1't, 15th and 30th day of treatment with yogasana and pranayama. Guduchyadi yoga is given in the dose of 5 gm, before food with warm water thrice daity for 30days. Assessment of ctinical study was done based on subjective and objective parameters. Setf scoring of symptoms of madatyayaja yakrit vikara was done and used for assessment. ln this study, it was observed that statisticatly highty significant improvements were seen in aruchi i.e 70.47% improvement, 80.00% in hriltasa, 85.13% in chardi, 85.71% in prajagara,100% in mandajvara,85.71% in shareera kampa, 79.69% in mandagni,73.267o in weakness and 82.40%in [aziness with p value < 0.001 . Statisticalty significant resutts were observed in the foltowing; 85.83% retief in panduta and 71.67% in bhrama(P<0.05). Statisticatty insignificant resutt with p>0.05 was observed in pralapa. lt was observed that statisticatly highty significant improvements were seen in SGOT tevet i.e37.54% improvement and 50.27% in Pus cetts with p value < 0.001. Statisticatty significant improvements were seen in total bilirubin with 1g.OZ% (p.0.05), direct bitirubin with 13.33% (p<0.01), indirect bitirubin with 18.54% (p<0.05), 50.93% in sGPT (p<0.05), atbumin with 9.19% (p<0.05) and USG abdomen with 22.5Yo (p<0.05).This study found effective in treating madatyaya but more duration is required to get a comptete cure. 02-oR27 THE PRECEDENCE OF AYURVEDA IN PUBLIC HEALTH VINETTH GECIR.GT PG SCHOLAR, DEPARTEMENT OF SAMHITHA, SDMCA UDUPI Historicat evidence points to the fact that during epidemics, Ayurveda Vaidyas and hakims successfutty treated patients in different regions without forced mass quarantine Book of Abstracfs | 84
    • 0laba| Ayurv*da Fesflyal - lC14 lfiternatianal Seminar on Ayurveda for Public H*a|ill and there was keen interest on studying how Ayurveda could address contemporary heatth probtems and compete with biomedicine on its own terms, rather than adoptingbiomedicat terminologies and methods of verification. lntegration of Ayurveda with biomedicine has been a contentious issue since the cotonial period. Post independent lndia, witnessed the attemptof integration of traditional tnedicine with biomedicine [argety as a response to the process of gtobatization. The integrative research has onty contributed to the herbat drug industry that caters to the gtobat demand for herbat products and food supptements. And even with good foundation, it does not necessarity enhance the curative abitity of Ayurveda medicine at home or its capacity to address current epidemics and pubtic health care. The medica[ lore at the househotd leveI has been a cruciat resource for prevention and earty treatment of Diseases. The fading of this kind of non-expert knowtedge at the househotd [eve[ makes families ignorant about traditionaI heatth care practices leading to dependence on chemical and synthetic drugs for minor ailments . The need of the hour is not integration with biomedicine, but integration of the knowtedge, skitts, and techniques within Ayurveda practices in different regions of the lndian subcontinent. lntensive documentation of the currentty availabte Ayurvedic treatments practiced in different regions in the country and their standardization is more important than the standardization of drugs. Accepting that Ayurvedic knowtedge shoutd be strengthened by new approaches and improved diagnostic and curative abitity, it is atways better to advocate setective assimitation under medicaI pluratism rather than integrative medicine for ascertaining Ayurveda's role in pubtic heatth.There are good number of instances where the governments have successfully used Ayurveda expertize in their own terms to solve pubtic heatth issues. Tackting Chikungunya in Kerala and Gujarat, and the project took up by Tamit Nadu to solve maternal anaemia through Ayurveda formutations & the apptication of Panchakarma andAgadaThantra in victims of Bhopat Gas tragedy by Sambhavna Clinic are examples. 02-oR28 AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE OF H1N1 INFLUENZAAND ITS MANAGEMENT WITH RASOUSHADHIS V' 5 HVA NATH, 5 U R f, K HA. 5. i4E D I KE R.I, ffi " 5 " D O D DAA,IA N I RESEARCH SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR & GUIDE, PROFESSOR & HOD DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN RASASHASTRA, GOVERNMENT AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, BELLARY. Swine flu is an acute highty contagious disease of the respiratory tract caused by the new strains of HlNl influenza virus. lt was responsible for the 2009 pandemic of H1N1 influenza which kiIted more than 18, 000 people worldwide. By virtue of gravity of the probtem there is an urgent need to evolve measures to tackle this gtobat menance. Ayurveda the oldest system of medicine has an essentiaI role to ptay in terminating this gtobat threat.For this there is a need to understand Samprapti ghatakas as said in the Ayurvedic classics based on the signs and symptoms of the swine ftu and to evolve management of H1N1 in an ayurvedic perspective with speciat reference to Rasoushadhis. lmportant Rasoushadis used in the treatment of HlNl like-Tribhuvanakirti rasa, Madhumatini vasanta rasa, Swarnamatini vasanta rasa, Triphata guggulu, Abhraka bhasma, Swarna bhasma rasa, Mahalakshmi vitasa rasa, Shwasakuthara rasa, Sanjivini vati, Soak of ,4*sfracfs | $5
    • S:cbal A'/urveda Festival - 2414 'r:eraational Seminar an Ayurveda for Public Health Laghumatini vasantarasa etc. After analyzing the samprapti ghatakas we can conctude that Swine flu is a Ubhayamargajanya, Kaphavata pradhana Sannipata jwara involving Rasa, Rakta, Mamsa, Asthi & Majja dhatus and srotases &, Pranavaha srotas. 02-oR29 JANAPADODHARMSA . A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY ON CHICKEN GUNIYA R. YAiNINI DIWAKAR, MEDICAL OFFICER, G.A.D, PEDDAMANDYAM, CHITTOOR DISTRICI YAMINI.RATHOD@GMAIL.COM The great Schotars of Ayurveda, Charaka, Susruta, Vagbhata and Madhava nidanakara etc cautioned us that the pottuted air, water, region and the season can be hazardous to the peopte living around and can cause mass destructions. Now a days, in the fast growing era the human beings are becoming very week both physicatty and mentatly just because of not foltowing our own traditionat ahara &, vitara and thus inviting/ prone to so many diseases. The Sahaja bata in us is deteriorating since the decades stowly and even sma[[ cause are good enough in creating enarmous damage in the human bodies.Lack of understanding over the hazards of Chemica[ & ptastic usage, is pottuting the air and water, and thus creating imbalance in the environment. SmatI insects which have become resistant to so many chemicats have become the main vectors of many epidemic diseases. Out of which chicken gunya is also one. Especiatly in tropical areas, tike Chittoor in Andhra Pradesh where humidity is very [ess, scarcity of water is more and most of the peopte who are engaged in farming, this disease is paratising the communities. Due to ittiteracy and leaving our own traditions& vatues and trying to capture the fast cutture, innocentty, unknowingty peopte are using cheap ptastic and chemicalised food products. lncreased usage of tobacco chewing, atcohol, negtecting personneI and environmental hygiene is waying the path for the vectors to develop fastty. Aedes aegypti mosquito, a househotd container breeder and aggressive day time biter which is attracted to humans is the primary vector of the Buggy creek virus and monkeys are the reservoirs. To eradicate this disease, one should focus on developing immunity to diseases, strategies to manage an epidemic out break and a long term policy to check infections diseases from taking tott. Chicken gunya treating in the Ayurvedic point t view, can be considered as Vata disease affecting att the joints with (or) without Ama, Jwara and sometimes invotving rakta dhatu atso.By treating the dosha with vata nasaka dravyas, improving appetite by using carminatives, giving jwara haras (such as Sudharshana Choornam and Sanjivani vati) and finatty improving the paratyzed joint functions by performing panchakarma one can easity be relieved from the symptoms. By educating the people regarding the importance of personnel and environmental hygiene, one can stop the devetopment of vectors in their areas. Usage of Neem oit and medicated fumigations in and around the area, can avoid vector propagation. Thus a hotistic approach towards a disease, which is there in our great Ayurvedic texts and an eco - friendty tiving by the people can successfuIty controte the disease from becoming an epidemic. Book af Abstracts I 86
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festival - 2Al 4 lnternatiarial Seminar an Avurveda {or Public Health .02-POl PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA ANIL KUMAR, S.DATTHATREYA RAO PG SCHOLAR , PROFESSOR & HEAD, DEPT OF SHALYA, S.V.AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, TIRUPATI Heatth for alI by 2020 is the mission of WHO. This heatth shoutd not be procured by developing / manufacturing more potent antibiotics or more fast acting drugs. lt shoutd be achieved by educating the pubtic regarding the importance of heatth and the means of achieving it in a more natural Way. Ayurveda is the hotistic system of medicine gifted to our mother tand by our ancient acharyas. lt is the onty system which stresses the importance of maintaining the heatth of a heatthy person along with curing the diseased. ln the present day pubtic heatth should be a great concern as the present day tife styte is promoting us to many diseases. Hence it is utmost important to educate the pubtic regarding the maintenance of this individuaI health, prevention of communicabte diseases, enhancing their immunity, daity and seasonal regimens to the fottowed and the tike. Ayurveda gifts the mankind with numerous preventive and curative medicines and procedures which hetps to lead qualitative life in a more naturat way starting from Brahmimuhurta to ratri nidra if fotlowed as per ayurveda it btesses us with a tot of weatth i.e., good heatth. Unlike modern medicine ayurveda treats the body as a whote and eradicates any disease from its root cause. Thereby the recurrence of the disease is minimum.Ayurveda tetts about Dinacharya, Ritucharya and other ways for the maintenance of health and longevity. lt includes Rasayana and Vajeekarana treatments. As it uses the drug as a whote, the side effects are atso minimum. Hence in this modern era, ayurveda is the onty hope for providing and maintaining good heatth in a more natural way. These principles witt be etaborated in futt paper. Key Words : Dinacharya, Ritucharya, Rasayana & Vajeekarana. 02-PO2 DRAVYAS AND KALPAS USED IN DANTA AND DANTAMULAGATA ROGAS CHETHANA "G.5, SUJA K SREEDHAR PG SCHOLAR, DEPT. OF SHALAKYATANTRA, G.A.M.C BANGALORE, KARNATAKA Now a days human are more prone to gum and tooth disorders because of fast food culture, unheatthy habits [ike improper brushing, smoking and tobacco chewing. These can be considered under Danta and Dantamulagatarogas which are 8 and 15 in number respectively and in order to tackle these conditionsAbhyantara and Bahyachikitsa have been exptained. Abhyantarachikitsa includes Samshodana and Samshamanawhereas Bahyachikitsa includes Pratisarana, Kavala and Gandusha. AttAcharyas have explained the importance of dinacharya in which Dantadhavanahas been given the prime importance, which shows that they have stressed on maintenance of Ora[ hygiene and prevention of oraI disorders.The dravyas used for this purpose are Karanja, Kakubha, Malati, Arka, Nimba, Khadira having predominance of katu, tikta, kashaya, madhura rasa.The dravyas which are frequentty mentioned and used in Dantaand Dantamutagatarogas are Triphala, Priyangu, Musta, Bakuta, Laksha, Trikatu, Madhu, Lodhra, Kushta, Lavangaetcwhich are antimicrobial, anti-inftammatory, analgesic and antioxidant in nature, used in the form 8oaft ofAbsfracfs | 8/
    • Global Ayurveda Festivat - 2A1 4 !nlernational Seninar an Ayurverla for Pubhe Health of pratisarana, kavala and gandusha. Acharyas have atso mentioned various katpas which are considered to be more efficacious in diseases tike Lakshadichurna, Mustadichurna, Priyangvadichurna, Kushtadichurna, Bhadramustadivati, lrimedaditaila, Katakachurna, Khadiradivati, Dashanasamskarachurna etc. Here an attempt is made to compile dravyas and kalpas mentioned by various authors and to anatyse their probabte mode of action inDanta and Dantamutagatarogas. 02-PO3 AYURVEDA IN CURRENT INFECTIOUS DISEASE SCENARIO - ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN DENGUE FEVER DELNA PAVITH RAAJ{, KRISH NAKUMAR HOUSE SURGEON, READER DEPARTMENT OF RASASASTHRA AND BHAISHAJYA KALPANA , PARASSI N I KKADAVU AYU RVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, KANNUR Dengue fever atso known as break bone fever, is an infectious tropical disease caused by the dengue virus. Symptoms inctude fever, headache, muscle and joint pains, and a characteristic skin rash that is simitar to meastes. The diseases mainty affect liver and tymphatic system.Main role of ayurveda in dengue fever is that which protects the body especiatty liver but not acting against the virus or the symptoms. By this the disease can be prevent for some extend. ln ayurvedic line of management 'amruthotharam kashayam' , amrutharishtam' , vardhamana pippati rasayana which are liver tonic are indicated. The conventionat weatern medical system is primarity disease oriented. Attopathy is a competent science of disease management and not a science of heatth.They are using steroids and some anti-inftammatory drugs for the management of dengue fever, but they cause certain dangerous side effect in the patients. Maintaining heatth and well being is the centraI agenda of ayurveda knowtedge system. Ayurveda promises an excetlent therapy for dengue fever. lt provides a safe , economicaI and effective therapy to the patients of dengue fever. 02-PO4 PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA NIVAKAR 5. P.ANTWALAVAL KAR. VAN DASHREE AYU RVEDIC CH KITSALAYA, MALVAN, SI NDH UDUG White practicing Ayurveda since 1995, I have found out that basic principtes of Ayurveda can be easity apptied to each strata of society (even in today's contents) irrespective of age, sex, socio-economic status. ln my opinion Ayurveda can be imptemented in not onty presenting pubtic heatth but also towards uptiftment of society as a whote. According to ,panchkosha' siddhant, human body can be considered as a cocoon having five different layers or'Kosha', namety Sharirmaya, Pranamaya, Manomaya, Vidnyanmaya & Anandmay' out of this first 3 can be easity controtled byAyurveda resulting in evertasting healthiness of an individual or society in totat. Few basic steps to control these Kosha's - Sharirmaya Kosha, pranainaya Kosha, Manomaya Kosha. Brahmacharya (1-25 yrs) - Setf development through learning, acquiring professionat skilts, keeping physical fitness at its peak' Gruhasthashrama (25 - 60 yrs) - Using knowtedge acquired in 1'tAshrama for upliftment of famity tike doing business, attaining personal mite stones. Vanaprashthashrama (60 - Book of Abstracfs | 88
    • Glabal Ayuweda Festivat - 2Al4 lnternatianal Seminar on Ayurveda f*r Fublit Health 75 yrs) - After your duties towards family is over; try to hetp the society or state or country for uptiftment of underprivileged. Sanyasashram (75 - 100) Looking forward to reach the eternaI goal of every Iife on earth attaining tighter setf through Adhyatma. There are many iltnesses for which modern medicine do not offer satisfactory resutts such as heart, kidney, brain or liver disorders, which should be made imperative to seek Ayurvedic advice atong with modern treatment f rom day one of diagnosis. An Ayurvedic medicines and other treatment modatities are far more effective and can be used confidentty from day one of diagnosis in acute iltnesses atso. 02-PO5 IIAPORTANCE OF BRAMHIMUHURT FOR PUBLIC HEALTH H I R.SINATH SAPANA VI DYADHAR LECTURER IN DEPT SHARIR RACHANA.N.K.J.A.M.C & P.G. CENTRE .BIDAR.KARNATAKA. Harmonious btending of the body, mind, sense organ &, soul is wetl defined as life. And a tong tife is a wish of every being since antiquity.Ayurveda is hetps us in futfittment of this wish. Bramhimuhurt uttishte is wonderfut gift by ayurveda to the whole wortd under the concept of dincharya. lt is time suitabte for attaining bramhajnana which is the pathway for mokshaprapti i.e.it is best time for acquiring supreme knowledge and eternaI happiness.Panchmahabhutas's are in the pure form in this time, Mind became pure fresh & pure mental rays pervade atl over world & make the time sacred. This time is especiatty to learn & realize subtter aspect of phitosophy & spiritual growth.Bramhimuhurt is indeed rejuvenating time as the while universe begins to wake up around this time. As undisturbed vata is prominent in earty morning promotes the body activities & awakening in this time is beneficia[ for maintenance of physical and mental heatth. Liberation of nascent oxygen in Bramhimuhurt helps to maintain homeostasis .The cheerfuI atmosphere have an effect on the body and mind. Hence everyone shoutd get up in the early morning & Try to take benefit of Bramhimuhurt. Key words: Bramhimuhurt, Ayurveda, Dincharya, Bramhajnana, Mokshaprapti, panchmahabhuta. 02-PO6 PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA JAYALAXi,II M.NAGUR AMV HUBLI.KARNATAKA, DRJAYALAXMIM@GMAIL.COM Ayurveda EXPLAINS HITA HITAM SUKHAM DUKHAM AYUSTASYA HITA HITAM, AND ALSO HETU LINGA AUSHADHA JNANAM SWASTHA ATURA PARAYANAM(ref cha.su 'l't) Which indicates thatAYURVEDAnot only a science , for treating disease but atso for prevention and mantainance of health by explaining which is hita , ahita , sukha , dukha of life.Bruhatrayi explainsACHARLLABHATEAYU which includes both dina charya, ritucharya .Dinacharya inctudes the acharas to be done daily from brahmi muhurte uttiste , ...kavala, gandusha etc plays important rote in maintainance of menta[ , oral health accordingly.And ritucharya -to be fottowed in specific ritu. Atso exptains agra dravyas such as anna vrittikara shreshtha, mamsa brihmanam, rakta shali among shuka dhanya hitam, ahitam yavakam not onty exptains the best one, but atsoANNASWAROOPA such as - swadu amta EookofAbsfracts i S9
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 201 4 lnternatianal Seminar on Ayurveda far Public Health ta of vrihi AND ANNA RAKSHAVIDHI i.e how to protect the food atso exptained in detail.so considering atl these one can assure the heatth of public by exptaining in the way pubtic wittfottow the achara of Ayurveda i.e nothing but exptaining ayurverda acharas in a way of gtobal acceptance. Which helps in not onty prevention of diseases of patient but atso maintainance of pubtic health as Ayurveda exptains "swasthya swathya rakshanaam, atursaya vikara prashamnam cha." 02-PO7 PREVENTION OF BLINDNESS CAUSED BY VITAMIN A DEFICIENCY - AN AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE JYOTI, B N RAi,tESH Btindness is a curse on mankind with devastating physicaI condition and deep socio- economic implications. Approximatety 45 million peopte in the wortd are btind and another 135 mittion peopte are deemed to be visuatty disabted by 2020. Vitamin A deficiency atone accounts f or 6% among the causes of btindness. lt is the chief cause of Chitdhood Btindness in devetoping countries. The aim of government in imptementing National Programme for ControI of Blindness is to reduce blindness from 1.4%to 0.3% in lndia by 2020. As a step towards prevention, Singte massive dose of 2, 00, 0001U of Vitamin A oralty is given every 6 months to preschool chitdren and hatf the dose to chitdren between 6 months to lyear of age. Whereas, these prophytactic suppliments, which are in retinoI form, if excess may lead to toxicity causing acute & chronic symptoms, birth defects and even death. AyurvedahasavitatandresponsiblerotetoptayinprotectingRlGHTTOSlGHTof every individuat. Sthanyapana and Baala Samskaras are given great importance in our ctassics which are both rasayana and chakshushya. Nitya sevaneeya dravyas [ike madhu, ghritha, amalaki, ksheera, yava, navanita and drugs like Draksha, Kumari, Karavettaka, Vastuka, Shigru, Paatankika, which are explained as chakshushya, contain Vitamin A in beta-carotene form and are antioxidant in nature. Dinacharya regimens [ike Anjana, Nasya, Pada-shiro abhyanga, Paduka dharana, Achamana also helps in the promotion of vision. Awareness regarding these practices totd in Ayurveda, which are easy and time tested can be considered to be implemented in National btindness control programme for better prevention of dreadful loss of vision in tender age. 02-PO8 IMPIDENCE IN APPLICATION OF RUTUCHARYA AN AMICABLE SOLUTION FORCONKAN BELT. LASITH.ASANAL; PAMPANNA GOUDA H; SREEKANTH P.H., LASITHASA,NAL PG SCHOLAR, SDM COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA KUTHPADY UDUPI, KARNATAKA, DRSAN UJMU RALIDHARAN @GMAIL. COM Hetu one among Tri Sootra Ayurveda has Kaala, Artha, Karma which may be Bahiranga or Abhyantaraangahetu. Kaala further is divided into Nityaga and Aniyathakaata. Nityagakaata which has scheduling to themeasurement of time, ls divided into 12 measurable classification Kshamadi. Rutu one among such is Nityaka and Bahirangahetu. lts inftuence on humanbody and measures needed to counter these effects are discussed in RutucharyaRutucharya is the bioengineering of our Acharyas at recognising the Book of Abstracis | 9S
    • $lobal Ayurveda F*stivat - 2A14 lnternatianal Seminar on Ayurveda far Pub{ie Haalth cnvironmentaI factors impticated to seasonaI variations of physiotogy (pathotogy?) under Rutucharya, where in its counter fits are recommended to correct there changing physiotogies.Season has been defined as the naturat period in which the year is divided, rhich varies by weather, daytight, hour and temperature. Seasons are 6, so does the Rutucharya, but considering geographicaI features of temperate continent tike ours, its apptication may be uniform. Apptication of Rutucharya differs among acharyas. AshtangaSamgrahakara finds the need of apptication of Rutucharya in three different sectors based on Nakshatra, Maasa and Swaroopa. Hemadri commenting on Ashtangahridhaya reserves opinion that Rutucharya apptied in form ofShodhana (chayapoorvaka) and Shamana (achayapoorvaka) type.At this outset there is a need to consider atl other impedances inctuding variabtes tike DoshaOushadaNiroopana etc. That have influenced in proper application of Rutucharyas. Paper shatI probe into such impedances and attempt to anatyse a proper aproch to this form of bioengineering 02-PO9 THE GLOBALIZATION OF AYURVEDA LEENA THOiAAS, S. G. PRASANNA AITHAL PG SCHOLAR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR & HEAD, DEPT OF PANCHAKARMA, ALVA'S AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL, MOODBIDRI, KARNATAKA The focal theme of this presentation and of many Ayurvedic congregations' concerns lndia's rote in the gtobatization of one of its finest treasures - Ayurveda. Ayurvedic principtes regarding positive heatth and therapeutic measures relate to physica[, mentat, social and spiritual welfare of human beings. ThusAyurveda becomes one of the otdest systems of health care deating with both the preventive and curative aspects of life in the most comprehensive way. This also presents a close similarity to the WHO's concept of health propounded in the modern era. During the last decade Ayurveda has been responding to the growing popularity, throughout the world. Demand for Ayurveda from the wortd community of consumers as wetI as industriaI response serve to guide the movement of Ayurveda toward a positive gtobatization. How do we gtobatize Ayurveda without impairing its timeless essence? And furthermore how can we assist and co[[aborate with other countries while ensuring its purity and authenticity? Therefore the crucial theme of this presentation wi[[ not onty show the current status of Ayurveda in diverse gtobatcommunities, but atso how lndia may aid in the future gtobalization of Ayurveda in an authentic and whotesome way. 02 - PO 10 MANAGING POST-PARALYTIC CONDITION THROUGH ABHYANGA - A REHABILITATION MANIKRAO KI.JLKARNI, DEEPALI $HER"EKER ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, A5ST. PROFESSOR DEPT.OF PANCHKARMA, AYURVED COLLEGE PURNA Hemiptegia is the most atarming to the spectator, most gravies to the patient and most battting to the physician it is surprising that no treatment exist that has been conctusivety shown reduction in the risk of disabitity .ln the context of ayurveda, hemiptegia SookofAbsfracis i 91
    • Glabai Ayurveda Festiva! - 241 4 lr,rernatienal Seminar an Ayurveda far Publh Health is co-related with pakshaghata. samprapti of pakshaghata demands a pioneer treatment of vata i.e.-snehana and swedana for a longer period. in the contemporary society post disabitity depression to patients in this disease is atso a chatlange for the psychiatrist n physicians which graduatly becomes trend in the lndian families to become nuclear.So [ong term abhyangam and nadi-sweda is more usefuI to avoid the risk of disabitity. As this treatement stimutates the tymphatics which in turn produces tryptophan, which is precursor of serotonin which hetps for not only adding years to the tife but rather adding ilf" to years. thus satisfies the rote of rejuvenation n brings a ray of tight in rehablative therepy in respect of panchakarma chikitsa. 02-PO11 IMPORTANCE OF AJASRIKA RASAYANA IN PUBLIC HEALTH MEERA.R, NAIR, POOJA RANI DEPT: OF SHAREERA RACHANA. ALVA'S AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, MOODBIDRI, MANGALORE, KARNATAKA, MEERAREGHUNAIR@GMAIL.COM The word rasayana means the way of attaining excettence to the rasadhi dhatus. According to ayurvedic literature, it is used to bestow longevity, strength and ojas' Ojas is the factor which is responsibte for the vyadhikshamathva of an individuat, which in turn will help one to live a heatthy [ife. Rasayana therapy has been ctassified as: A)Kutipraveshika rasayana and Vatatapika rasayana. Naimittika rasayana, Ajasrika rasayana and Kamya rasayana. Acharya rasayana, Aushadha rasayana and Ahara rasayana. Ajasrika rasayana is the nutrition in the form of different dietary regimes which can be taken regutarty as food, [ike mitk, ghee etc. The rasayana properties of these substances peopte use in their day to day tife hetp them to attain strength of the srotas, organs, and sense organs and impart intettigence and memory. lt nourishes the blood, tymph, muscle, tissue, and thus prevents chronic degenerative diseases tike arthritis. lt also has a marked action on reproductive heatth of a person. lt nourishes the whole body and improves immune system and hence increases the natural resistance to infections. As rasayana chikitsa hetps to prevent diseases, increase immunity, detay ageing, enhance life span and improve heatth; the aim of this presentation is to make awareness among the pubtic about the importance of ajasrika rasayana in their daity tife' Keywords: Ajasrika rasayana, PubLic heatth, Chronic degenerative diseases, Rasayana. 02-PO12 ROLE OF PANCHAKARMA AND RASAYANA IN PUBLIC HEALTH MCIl-lAAitEB LULU T.5., KURl5lL JTAUTHU r H ArrAM vE E D u, L I s I E J u N cr r.,ila fili,tftbit,,)?Ltfi '.33:!Si Man atways wanted to survive longer and live a heatthy [ife.Human tife cycte begins rightty with.the formation of zygote, which passes through the different devetopment wear and tear phase and ends with its death. The aging is the change in the life process towards the death of the individua[ creature. Anabotism-catabolism in term of constructive destructive mechanism are the fact of tife. The WHO has ctearty recognized the average Book of Abstracls i 92
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festivat - 2A14 lnternatlonal Seninar an Ayurveda far Pubilc Health n of a man is 65 years, we can see the gradual decline in the life span of an a[ from ancient times to present era. " Panchakarma" therapy on regutar basis inates impurity from the body as a preventive measure to remain free from the ffsease and get a heatthy [ife." Ayurvediya rasayana" not onty futfitt the.demand from daity body tear and wear but also provide strong resistance against of low radiation by ilfreir dathu vardaka, tarpana and ojo vardhaka. This presentation throws tight to the nme specific rasayana therapy given to different age groups right from birth which mesutts in long and heatthy life. 02-PO13 UTILITY OF ASHTAVIDHASHASTRA KARMA IN PRESENT ERA IN RELATION WITH PUBLIC HEALTH MOHANKRISHNAG, AVANISH PATHAK, P HEMANTH KUMAR PG SCHOLAR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, PROFESSOR AND HEAD DEPARTMENT OF SHALYA TANTRA, SHRI DHARMASTHALA MANJUNATHESHWARA COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA AND HOSPITAL, BM ROAD, THANNIRUHALLA, HASSAN, KARNATAKA, DRMOHANKRISH NA.222@GMAI L. COM Ayurveda is the science of tife. Since time immemoriat, Ayurveda has been showing the ideatway of living, which promises a disease-free, happy and long tife. TheAshtangas of Ayurveda is an ocean of knowtedge consisting of many concepts in concise form. Among them Shatya Tantra is one which deals with different surgical procedures, instruments, various types of wounds and their management with the hetp of Bheshaja, Yantra, Shastra, Kshara, Agni and Jalauka. The philosophy, surgicaI ethics and the concepts contributed by Sushruta, 'the father of lndian Surgery', holdsgood even after nearty five thousand years of devetopment in various aspects of surgery. Att the surgeries can be exptained with the hetp of Astavidha Shastra Karmas. These are the most common procedures now a days and ptay a vital role in treating many diseases retated to pubtic heatth. Hence this paper hightights the utitity of ashtavidha shastra karma in present era in relation with public heatth. Key words: Ashtavidhashastra karma, Pubtic heatth 02-PO14 DON'T GET FAT, GET FIT THROUGH AYURVEDA BARAPATRE P.5., WANKHADE V. H. PG SCHOLAR (KAYACHTKTTSA), VTDARBHA AYURVED MAHAVTDYALAYA, AMRAVATT.(M.S.), PBARAPATRE3 1 7@GMAI L. COM Obesity has become so common in the world's poputation that it is beginning to reptace undernutrition and infectious diseases as the most significant contributor to ilt heatth. It exacerbates a large number of heatth retated probtems, both independentty and in association with other diseases tike Diabetes Metlitus, Hypertension, lschemic Heart Disease, Stoke, ColorectaI Cancer, Anxiety neurosis and Sterility. Needless to say, obesity has become a gtobat concern. ln Ayurvedic texts, obesity is termed as Medoroga. lt is inctuded under 8 undesirabte conditins (Ashtau Nindita), Shleshma Nanatmaja, Samtarpana Nimittaja, Atinindita, Ati Brihmana Nimittaja and Bahu Dosha Janita Vikara. ln Brihatrayee Book of Abstracis | 93
    • Globa! Ayurveda Festivaj - 2Al 4 lnternational Seminar an Ayurveda far Fublic Health and Laghutrayee ofAyurveda, there is detaited description of causes, pathogenesis, signs and symptoms, comptications and management of Medoroga. Obesity is considered as a disease of affluence. Atthough many people blame genetics, metabotism, hormones or their gtands, these are in fact very rare reasons for weight gain. lt is a simple equation : if you take in more energy (catories) from food and drink than you use up, the body stores the excess as fat. The causes of Obesity are very ctearly explained in Ayurveda which are as fottows: Not exerting physicatty (Avyayama), Steeping in afternoon (Diwaswapna), The diet and tifestytes which increases Kapha (Shleshmala Aahara Vihara), Consuming sweetened foods (Madhura Annaha), Vagbhata, a prominent Aacharya of Ayurveda says emaciated body (Karshyam) is better than obese body (Sthautyam), because there is no medicine for Sthautyam (Na hi Sthutasya Bheshajam). lt does not mean that Obesity cannot be treated and managed. lt can be! lt needs tremendous witl power and co- operation from the subject. Ayurveda does not have a universal approach to obesity, as prakriti of different persons have different attributes. Those with prevatent vata elements require vata purification therapies that inctude cleansing and oteation enemas. Abhyanga and herbal steam bath also does we[[ with such kinds of persons. For those with dominant Kapha element, internal medications and external treatment should be prescribed. ln Ayurveda, there is a group of ptant candidates specially for treating Obesity. According to Aurveda, the treatment principte of Obesity is to rectify meda, agni and shteshma, that means to give medicines which can disintegrate fat and atso to influence the metabotism of fat formation. The ma'in thrust is to improve the digestive fire with the use of appropriate herbs combined with the correct tifestyte inctuding exercise, yogas etc. 02 - PO 15 A CLINICAL STUDY ON NIDRANASHA W.S.R TO NIDRANASHA PRIYA BHAT, GAJANAN-A HEGDT PG SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR & HEAD, DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA, GOVERNMENT AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MYSORE lnsomnia is among the most common health complaints in medical practise and most prevalent of atl steep disorders. Recent studies have shown that about 40'/o of women and 30% of men are suffering from insomnia. Since most of contemporary medications have limitations, a hotistic approach for the same is the need of hour. Shiropichu, one among the murdhnitaita is effective in inducing good sleep. Sushruthasamhita quotes nasya to be sukaswapnaprabhodaka. Hence in the present study shiropichu with ksheerabalataita and marshanasya with jatamamsyaditaita for 7 days was employed atong with brihatshatyadivargakwatha 15 mt tid and jatamamsyadichurna3 gms HS interna[ty for a duration of 24 days. Totat 50 patients were selected for the ctinical study. Diagnosis was made based on signs and symptoms of nidranasha atong with ICD 10 criteria. Patents of either sex between the age group of 20-70yrs having signs and symptoms of nidranasha were setected. Assessment was done on PSQI scoring. Out of 50 patients, 46 patients had comptete retief and 4 patients had moderate retief . There was improvement in sleep quatity, steep latency, sleep duration, sleep efficacy, sleep disturbance and daytime dysfunction. The whole treatment protocol targets vata and pitta dosha in nidranasha. lt atso satisfies the chikitsa sutra by doing kaphavrudhi and thus inducing sleep. Book oi Abstracis | 94
    • Gtobal Ayurveda Festival - 2Q1 4 lnternatianal Seminar on Ayurveda far Publh Health 02 - PO 16 A CLINICAL STUDY ON NIDRANASHA W.S.R TO NIDRANASHA PRIYA BHAI GAJANANA HEGDE RESEARCH SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR & HOD, DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA, GOVERNMENT AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MYSORE lnsomnia is among the most common heatth comptaints in medica[ practise and most prevalent of all steep disorders. Recent studies have shown that about 40% of women and 30% of men are suffering from insomnia. Since most of contemporary medications have limitations, a hotistic approach for the same is the need of hour. Shiropichu, one among the murdhnitaita is effective in inducing good sleep. Sushruthasamhita quotes nasya to be sukaswapnaprabhodaka. Hence in the present study shiropichu with ksheerabalataita and marshanasya with jatamamsyaditaita for 7 days was employed atong with brihatshatyadivargakwatha 15 mt tid and jatamamsyadichurna 3 gms HS internalty for a duration of 24 days. Totat 50 patients were setected for the ctinical study. Diagnosis was made based on signs and symptoms of nidranasha atong with ICD 10 criteria. Patents of either sex between the age group of 20-70yrs having signs and symptoms of nidranasha were selected. Assessment was done on PSQI scoring. Out of 50 patients,46 patients had complete retief and 4 patients had moderate retief . There was improvement in steep quatity, sleep latency, sleep duration, sleep efficacy, sleep disturbance and daytime dysfunction. The whole treatment protocol targets vata and pitta dosha in nidranasha. lt atso satisfies the chikitsa sutra by doing kaphavrudhi and thus inducing sleep. Keywords : Nidaranasha, Nasya, Shiropichu. 02-PO17 ABHYANG -WAY TO HEALTH PRIYANKA SHAR,vIA JR2 DEPT.OF SWASTHVRITTA AND YOGA, IMs BHU, SHARMA.AYURVEDA@GMAIL.COM Abhyang is the daityoiI massage as recommend inAyurveda., Literatty, abhyanga means: smearing the body with unctuous or oily substance. The knowtedge of Ayurveda is timetess, it exists primarily as an oral tradition. Caraka Samhita, considered the oldest, refers to abhyanga often. Caraka advocates skin organ of touch connects with mind, gives rise to pteasure and pain experiences." sparsanendriyasamsparsah sparso manasa eva ca dvividhah sukhaduhkhanam vedananam pravartakah. Sa.1.133 .5o abayanga is important procedure to control mind and normal physiotogy of body. Other the benefits of apptying oiI to the body are firm, smooth-skin, free from disturbances of vata and tolerant of exertions and exercise. The body of one who uses oiI massage regutarty does not become affected much even if subjected to accidental injuries or strenuous work. By using oiI massage daity, a person is endowed with pteasant touch, trimmed body parts and becomes strong, charming and least affected by otd age. According to Modern physiotogy massage soothes the two master systems of the body, the nervous system and the endocrine system . Nervous and endocrine systems are seen as communication systems connecting a[[ celts. The pteasure from touching is mediated through the timbic system which causes the secretion of hormones physically equivalent to heatth and happiness. Massage or touching, from the perspective of modern physiology, has been found to Boolr of Ahslracts i 95
    • .liicrca' ,41'savsd6 Festival - 2014 t w,:d;a*al Seninar an Ayurvetla far Public Health increase secretion of human growth hormone (HGH). Growth hormone is betieved to speed up the movement of digested proteins (amino acids) out of the btood and into the celts, and this acceterates the celt's anabotism (buitd up of amino acids to form tissue proteins), hence this action promotes normal growth. lt's atso responsible for increased protein synthesis and decreased oxidation of proteins. Growth Hormone atso affects fat and carbohydrate ln fact, scientists now believe that HGH has a role in most heatthy functions of the body, including sexual function, proper operation of stomach and bowels, liver, immune system, and alI glandutar systems. Thus Abyang contribute to the various components of heatth. The mind-body integration and purification which takes ptace form the basis of the growth of consciousness as wett. These form the basis of immortality. Both cure and prevention depend upon these aspects and are directly addressed by this simple daity task. ln modern and ancient paradigms abhyanga does indeed promote strength and immunity also. 02-PO18 PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA RADHIKA PACHOURI, R. VIDYANATH P.G. SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR & HOD, BASIC PRINCIPALS OF AYURVEDA, DR. B.R.K.R. GOVT. AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, HYDERABAD. Pubtic health means the science and the art of Preventing disease, Prolonging [ife, and promoting heatth through a[[ organized measures, whether pubtic or private. Pubtic heatth activities aim to provide heatthier environment to survive. According to the country cooperation strategy of WHO, lndia accounts for 21% of world's gtobat burden of disease. Ayurveda is betieved to be the otdest medicaI science of human cuttivation. lt is the science of [ife, as it describes the mere treatment of disease and encloses a wide co[lection of principles and practices which deats with each individua[. Pubtic health as a discipline is mainty seen as a part of community medicine, which deals speciatty with the prevention of disease. This is more akin to the primary aim and objective of Ayurveda. Ayurveda describes many aspects tike infectious diseases, immunity, nutrition etc., in relation to pubtic heatth. This is a compendious perspective of the present studywhich witt be discussed in detait in the main event. 02-PO19 DIVERSE FEATURE OF RASAYANA AN AYURVEDIC TOOL FOR PUBLIC HEALTH RAJASHEKAR, V A CFIATE, SHREEVATSA PG SCHOLAR, LECTURER, HEAD OF THE DEPI DEPT OF AYURVEDA SIDDHANTA, GOVT AYUVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE Concept of Rasayana as narrated in Brithtrayee is having pivotal role in preventing various disorders and promoting heatth. Various modes of Rasayana are helpful in enhancing quality of tife. Charaka has dedicated first chapter of chikitsa sthana to "rasayana". Dalhana, the commentator of Susrutha Samhita provided unique classification of rasayana namety: shodhana and samshamna, Ajasrikha, Kaamya and Naimittika rasayana. Among three, Naimittika rasayana is found to be usefuI in counteracting various itt effects of Boak of Abstracls | 96
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festivat - 2l1 4 lnternatianal Seminar an Ayurveda far Public Health diseases, kaamya rasayana is to obtain the desired effect, e.g medha kaama where in to attain the good intellectual power. Researches in the field of rasayana attribute its action to adoptogenic. Cytoprotective, and immunomodutatory effect. The present paper enlighten effect of tife styte in ayurvedic percpective, rote of rasayana in maintaining the heatth of heatthy individua[, restoration of energy, and immunomodulationaction in disease conditon. 02-PO20 ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN PUBLIC HEALTH - A CONCEPTUAL STUDY RAJESH .K, ABDUL KHADER, MURALIDHAR PG SCHOLAR, READER, PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF KAYA CHIKITSA sKAMC, BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, MR. MAHARAJAOT@GMAI L. COM Ayurveda the science of tife is a time tested treasure of knowtedge that has been handed down to us from our great ancestors. The wisdom the fore sightness and pragmatic attitude structured in the classics aims for totaI positive heatth inctuding physicat, menta[, spiritualwetl-being and combating with ittness.For this totaI positive heatth classics has explained concepts tike Dinacharya, Rutucharya, Sadvrutta, Swastavrutta, Rasayana and three sub piltars- Ahara, Nidra and Brahmacarya, which support the body itsetf. Through centuries food and tifestyte has been recognized as important for human being, in heatth and diseased state.Awide range of concepts have been exptained in ctassics which is hetpfut in prevention of disease, which is key to stay heatthy both physicatty and mentatly. ln present era heatth is a major issue, due to sedentary [ife style, stress futl life fottowing unwholesome diet, which makes peopte prone for the disease [ike diabetes, hypertension, thyroid disease, psychosomatic illness etc. Life science exptains the key to stay heatth and avoid the disease by fottowing diet and tife styte which is hetpfut in maintaining heatth by increasing immunity.Hence this conceptualstudy has been made to impticate ayurvedic fundamentals to maintain the pubtic heatth. Key words-Ayurveda, Rutucharya, Swasthavrutta, Dinacharya, Sadvrutta, Sedentary tife styte. o2-PO21 PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA RAJI,{UNl5A BEGUM SK., N.SATYA PRASAD, RAA,IALINGESWARA RAO PG SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR, SR. LECTURER, DEPT. OF KAYACHIKITSA, DR,BRKR GOVT.AYURVEDIC COLLEGE HYDERABAD, A. P. White pubtic heatth made rapid strides in thewestern world, its progress has been stow in the developing countries such as lndia, where the main heatth problems continue to be those faced by the western world 100yrs ago. So ayurveda provides pubtic heatth through Dinacharya & Rtucharya which are welt explained in Ayurveda which are daity regimen & seasonaI regimen. ln this starting from waking up from bed in the brahmi muhurta to safe guard his own life to night steep and a[[ seasonal regimen were wetl exptained in ayurveda. lt is very usefuI for Disease control and heatth promotion. Prevention is better than cure, Ayurveda gives utmost importance to prevention of diseases & maintain positive health through Dinacharya anad Rtucharya i.e daily . BookafAbstracts I 97I
    • 3.cca! Ayuneda Festival '2014 -ti,.Zirif,Oi Sentnar an A 02-PO22 PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA AAVIKUN4AR"K.M . CIR.!SI-I K.J. LAKSIIiAIPRAS,ED.L.JADAV PG SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR AND HEAD DEPARTMENT OF KAYACHIKITSA, sHRr DHARMASTHALA MANJUNATHET'*oh!roo',1:?1-ti^+lHl5'A^$ ^lfl]PJJibei,t l%'; Ayurveda focuses on the objective of promoting and maintaining health and also in curing diseases. "swastasya swaastya rakshanam aturasya vikara prasamanam" is the theme of Ayurveda. lt is more ctearty the science of life-Ayurveda as it transcends the mere treatment of disease and embraces a wide array of principtes and practices which deats with each individua[ in entirety. Postutations proposed byAyurveda etites are of perenniat retevance and many of those hotd good value even today. Some of the contemporary concepts of today can be understood by the same age otd principtes and practices of Ayurveda. The present paper tries to analyze the concept of pubtic heatth and heatth in terms of Ayurveda. Pubtic health as a disciptine is mainty seen as a part of or a simitar stream to community medicine. But the classical texts of Ayurveda atso describe certain principtes of pubtic heatth in its own partances. Though the classicat texts of Ayurveda describes many principtes such as communicable disease, immunity, nutrition etc. but the present poaper wi[[ focus on the concept of pubtic heatth through ayurveda. So, an attempt witt be made to anatyze the Pubtic heatth though Ayurveda. ln this paper, a humbte approach is made with importance of Dinacharya in pubtic heatth' 02-PO23 RELEVANCE OF SWARNA PRASHANA IN PUBLIC HEALTH RI NTOBABIN. B. 5, BHANI.', I.i,E, PG SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PG STUDIES IN DRAVYAGUNA, ALN RAOMEMMORIALAYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, KOPPA-577 126, KARNATAKA, Ayurveda exptains swarnaprashana white modern medicine exptains about vaccines.Vaccines produce immunity against specific disease where asswarnaprashana produce non specific immunity atong with many other effects.ln Ka.sam.su'18/4-5 gives us the idea about the ingradients, importance, indications, time period and effects of swarnaprashana.The main ingradients are suddhaswarnabhasma, suddhamadhu and suddhaaushadha siddha ghrita.Byswarnaprashana chitd devetops medha, agni, bata, varna' ayurvardhana, mangatakar, punya, vrushya, varna, grahabadhanasana etc. lt improves immunity in a miracte way so the chitd is prevented from bacterial and viral infections.Regutar use of swarnaprashana resutts in such a way that, the chitd gets best immunity to defeat diseases. Keywords-Swarnaprashana, Swastharaksan, Ayurveda far Publie Health Boak af Abstraefs i $8 02-PO24
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festival - 2AN 4 lnternatisnaf Semlnar on Ayurveda fat puhlic lleallh CONCEPT OF PUBLIC HEALTH IN AYURVEDA RITU RAINA PG SCHOLAR, DEPT. OF DRAVYA GUNA, D.G.M. AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL, POST GRADUATE STUDIES AND RESEARCH CENTRE, GADAG, KARNATAKA, RITU S HALLY 1 21 @GMA IL. COM Ayurveda is believed to be the oldest medica[ science of the human civilizat'ion. Which stresses principatty on prevention of body ailments rather than simply retieving pathotogical probtems or symptoms. Ayurveda betieves in the treatment of an individuaI as a whole. The real value of Ayurveda lies in its basic principles, inctuding its unique concepts of Panchamahabhuta, Prakriti, Guna, Rasa, Agni, Dosha, Dhatu, Mala, Srotas, and its personalized ap-proach to Nidan, Cikitsa and Rasayana. Various principtes de-scribed in the classical texts of Ayurveda concept of heatth. To maintain the wetlbeing of human beings. The present document tries to analyze the concept of pubtic heatth and heatth in terms of Ayurveda. Pubtic heatth as a discipline is mainty seen as a part of or a simitar stream to community medicine. But the classicaI texts of Ayurveda also describe certain principtes of pubtic heatth in its own partances. Though the ctassical texts of Ayurveda describes many principles such as infectious disease, immunity, nutrition etc. but the present document witI focus on the concept of pubtic heatth and health in brief . Ayurveda concerns mostly with [on-gevity, whose notion is not only timited merely to [ong-tasting [ife, but it encom-passes atl the conditions to live in health and vitatity in order to achieve a heatthy death, meaning the natural final experience of the cycte of life. Thus, in Ayurveda the concept of pubtic health, even encompassing atl ages, focuses primarity on the individuat capabitity of heatthy aging intended as comptete fulfitting one's life. FinattyAyurveda is based on universalprinciples not limited to a particularethnic group or cutture- being both person centered and intercutturat and it can be used as an integration of the existent healthcare systems as we[[ as a template to rescue local traditional vatues in order to meet the needs of different poputations.Keywords: Public heatth, Ayurveda ....... 02-PO25 PUBLIC HEALTH IN AYURVRDA SABILA.P, ANJANA V.D HOUSE SURGEON, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, PARASSINIKKADAVU AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, KANNUR, KERALA Ayurveda is the science of life with the aim of maintenance of heatth. A man is said to be swastha(Heatthy) whose are in the state of equilibrium along with mental , sensory and spirituaI pleasantness and happiness. Pubtic health is the science and art of preventing disease, promoting heatth and protonging tife through the organized effort and informed choice of society or communities and individual. ln Ayurveda a[[Acharyas mentioned about the immortality of Ayurveda, it is impossibte to prevent death but it is possible to prevent disease. To maintaing good health and preventing disease ayurveda explained Dharaneeya vegas, sadvritta, Achara rasayana and pathyapathya. Acharya also mentioned Janapadodhvamsa(disease which produce destruction of [arge population), and prevention of janapadodhvamsa by imptementation of legistation. Dinacharya, rtu charya, Bask of Abstracls i 99
    • Gicce! Ayurve{ia Festiva! - 2014 ,::e,salianai Serr.rrt'ar on Ayurveda far Publit Health aaharavihara mentioned in ayurveda samhita hetp to improve the heatth in present era.Different methods were mentioned for the purification of air, land, water etc. eg- for the purification of air dhoopana with lakhsa, haridra, athivisha, hareethaki etc and atso mentioned'Oushadha pataka' . For the purification of Iand cteaning, grazing of cow, sprinkting of water etc described. 'Hamsodaka'a natural purificatory method for water is atso described. Yoga ptays a good role in maintaining pubtic heatth. Fotlowing the guidetines of our science we new generation can make up a strong and heatthy society, and there by nation. 02-PO26 SLEEP PROBLEMS - AN AYURVEDIC APPROACH SANPEEP KR.I5HNA, 5"G.PRAsANNA-AITHAt PG SCHOLAR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPT OF PANCHAKARMA, ALVA'S AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE & HOSPITAL,MOODBIDRI, KARNATAKA Steep is a most significant universat human behavior occupying roughty one third of human tife. Stress and strain of day to day tife affects one's bodily organs through several psycho-physicaI mechanisms. Among the severaI psychosomatic diseases, sleep disorders are the common one in which, it includes hyposomnia, hypersomnia and insomnia. lnsomnia is the most common probtem of this generation which can be compared with Nidranasha. Stress is one of the commonest causes attributed to insomnia and atso one who suffers from insomnia may later develop chronic psycho-physiotogicat insomnia as a result of initiat stress. lnsomnia is inabitity to steep in the absence of external impediments, such as noise, a bright tight etc. during the period when steep shoutd normatly occur. Ayurveda has described Nidra among the primary tripod of tife where the totaI abstinence of it may harm the tife. Nidranasha is one of the Vataja Naanaathmaja Vikara where the treatment modatities like Bahya and Mansika Upachara tike Moodhini Thaita, Utsadana etc. atong with Ahara and Aushada are indicated. Taking att this into consideration in this paper, an attempt is made to explore the Ayurvedic treatment modatities regarding sleep disorders. 02-PO27 IMPORTANCE OF GOKSHEERA AS A RASAYANA IN PUBLIC HEALTH SAPTA SATHYAN, ZENIEA N'sOUZA PG SCHOLAR, HEAD, DEPT. OF KAYA CHIKITSA, ALVAS AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, MOODBIDRI, MANGALORE, KARNATAKA, SAPTASATHYANzs@GMAIL.COM Rasayana is one among the eight branches of ayurveda. lt deats with the drugs, diet, regimens which promote the tongevity by preventing ageing and it hetps to maintain immunity. Rasayana enriches the rasadhi dhatu. Rasayana are classified into the foltowing: kutipraveshika and vatatapika, Naimittika, kamya and ajasrika, Achara rasayana, Ahara rasayana and.Oushada rasayana, Ajasrika rasayana is a form of rasayana which is taken on daity basii as food tike milk, ghee etc. Mitk is described as ajasrika rasayana in ayurvedic titerature.it is considered as jivana, brimhana, nitya rasayana and pathyatama. Thus it is good for preventive, promotive and curative heatth particularty in chronic disease condition. lt has dhatu vardhaka property, so it is benefitial to take care of BookofAnstracls i 100
    • I filoba/Ayunreda F e stiv a !' 2A I 4 lnternafianal Seminsr on Ayurveda lor Flblic liea/lh ageing. The properties of mitk according to ayurveda are madura, sheeta, mrudu,. snigdha, bahala, slakshana, pichita, guru, manda, prasanna, ojovardhaka, and pravara jeevaniya. That is properties of mitk is simitar to ojas i.e promoting immunity or body defense mechanism. Mitk contains fat, protein, carbohydrate, vitamin A, B complex, c, enzymes' minerats, amino acids, phosphotipids etc. among these compounds, severat proteins that inhibit cancer cett growth and so it is hetpfut in maintaining physical and mentaI wetl being. Mitk has been extensivety described in ayurvedic literature. Eight types of mitk have been discussed in Charaka Samhitha. Keywords : Cow's milk, rasayana, general heatth. 02-PO28 A FOLKLORE PRACTICE OF DATTURA IN ALCOHOLISM SARASWATH I, N I RAN JANA AC HARYA, AMIT L. TAA,TADAD D I PG SCHOLAR, HEAD, LECTURER, DEPT OF AGADATANTRA, ALVA'S AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MOODBIDRI, KARNATAKA. Charaka says "Even an acute poison can become an exceltent drug if it is property administered and on other hand, even a drug, if not property administered becomes an acute poison". The traditionat knowledge has been used for centuries by indigenous systems of medicine in the fietd of heatth care. WHO estimates, over 80% of the peopte in developing countries are depending on the traditionaI medicines or practices for their primary heatth needs. Atcohotism is a broad term used for probtem with atcohoI and is generalty used to mean computsive and uncontrotted consumption of alcohol beverages. As the condition is difficult to withdraw, the drugs like dattura which is successfutty using in the traditionat practice are very hetpfut. Dattura is a drug devoid of any particular smelI and is cheapty available atong with its easy provision for administration hetps in de-addiction treatment very effectivety. This paper makes an attempt to exptore the scope of dattura in atcoho[ de addiction. 02-PO29 RASAYANA IN DAY.TO-DAY PRACTICE 5U DEHSFI SH [TTY, ShIAI LA-IA KUMARI. R, S. K" H UGAR PG SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR, PROFESSOR & HEAD, DEPT OF PG STUDIES IN ROGANIDANA, GOVTAYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, DRSUDEESHSHETTY@GMAIL.COM The Rasayana principte is re-generative which includes rejuvenation therapy. lt is useful for protecting life, strengthening the body, to detay aging, and in curing diseases. Classics say that Rasayana is intended to preserve [ife, improve health, strengthen the body and to cure diseases. Rasayana is a gradual process of comptete development of an individuat, both physical and mentat facutties. Even in treatment aspect, it is the safest method for children, otd aged and in criticat stages of compticated diseases etc, where the constitutionaI resistance is least and vital capacity is at its lowest. Scope of Rasayana is vast & retevant even in this modern era. As a whote Rasayana covers immunotogy, metabolism & endocrinotogy.A particutar Rasayanadravya can act as Naimittika, Medhya, Pranakamiya atso. lf given atong with treatment, it may provide better & faster retief.On cure of the SsokofAbsfracis I ?01
    • 3 sba! Ay;rveda Festivel - 241 4 .;e,rattcral Seninar an Ayurveda far Pultlic Health disease the treatment may be withdrawn but Rasayana is to be continued to prevent its reoccurrences.lf needed Rasayana drugs may be administered to strengthen the weak &, vutnerabte tissues. Swastha is ctearly defined in our science. Rasayana therapy hetps in maintaining swasthya & deerghayushya. Rasayana therapy is aunique approach of Ayuvreda, it comprises not onty certain drugs but it inctudes specific diet & tife styte.Rote of anti-oxidants are simitar to Rasayana.Rasayana therapy is usefutin preventionof diseases as we[[ as preservation of swasthya in swastha. This is the need of an hour to analyse the hypothesis behind usage of Rasayana. This paper is thecompitatory effort on the use of Rasayana in ctassics and in some of research works done. 02-PO30 VASANTHA RUTU (SPRING) CHARYA SUJNANA V.5., SHREEVATHSA -PG SCHOLAR, HEAD, DEPT. OF AYURVEDA SIDDHANTA, GAMC, MYSORE The aim of Ayurveda is of two fold i.e, Maintenance of heatth in heatthy individuat, Cure of the disease in diseased. To futfitt the first aimAcharyas mentioned dinacharya, rutucharya, sadvritta etc. Rutu, the season, ctassified by different features which express different effects on the body as well as the environment. Ayurveda has depicted various rules and regimens(charya), regarding diet and behavior to acctimatize seasonal enforcement easity without altering body homeostasis. Having second aim in mind Acharyas atso mentioned retation between season and diseases and treatments to be foltowed according to the season. Spring is one of the four seasons of temperate zones. ln meteorology, it is counted as the whote months of March, Aprit, and may in northern hemisphere and September, October, and November in the southern hemisphere. The Vasanta Rutu which is the time of growth, renewat, of new tife (both ptant and animat). Vasntha rutu is known to be the rutu of kaphaprakopa kata hence khaphaja rogas can be observed in this season. ln the present scenario khaphaja rogas can be seen widety due to lack of knowtedge in adaptation of vasantha rutucharya. This is an attempt to exptore the Principtes governing Vasanta Rutu , its impact on human heatth and its chronobiotogy ie periodic phenomena in living organisms and their adaptation to sotar and [unar rhythms. Key word: Rutu, Vasantha rutu, Rutu charya, Spring 02-PO31 RASAYANA IN PUBLICHEALTH AS PREVENTIVE APPROACH A CONCEPTUAL STUDY P.SUiilANTH, SHANKAR 5, SFIAILAJA, ANJANEYA MOORTHY, KIR.AN li GOUD PG SCHOLAR, GUIDE, PROFESSOR AND HEAD, DEAN, PRINCIPAL EPT., OF PG STUDIES IN SHALYATANTRA, SKAMCH & RC, BANGALORE, KARNATAKA, S UMANTHJ OS H4@GMAI L. COM Rasayana is one among the 8 branches of Ayurveda. Rasayana or the science of rejuvenation is ancient; for around 5000 years Ayurveda has been reputed to increase the body resistance to diseases and stow down the ageing process. Rasayana can protect the body against the ravages of age by enhancing its abitity to fight pathogen by non- EcckoiAbstratls j f02
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festiva! - 20i 4 !fiterrtatlafia! Semlnar on Ayurveda fot Pubhc Health specificatty activating immunity.rasayana herbs contain anti-oxidants which prevents damage caused by free radicat "Charakasthuchikitsite"means is best among the att ayurvedic literature as he has given prime importance to rasayana by mentioning it in the beginning of chikitsasthana .rasayana are nontoxic ayurvedic comptex herbal preparation are individual herbs used to rejuvenate to attain comptete potentia[ of an individuats in order to prevent degenerative changes that leads to disease .The emerging data suggest that the possibte mechanism may be by immunostimulation quenching free radicals enhancing cettutar detoxification mechanism and replenishing them by eliminating damaged are matured cettwith fresh cett. Current era is more prone for diseases like infertitity, dementia, parkinsons, muttipte sclerosis, skin abnormalities (wrinktes) due to stress, in stress there witl be more free radicles, here this can be prevented by rasayana .ln chikitsasthana he has mentioned stress reliving rasayana therapies tike vatatapika, kutipraveshikarasayana. Thus this study has been made for preventing of degenerative disorders with hetp of rasayana in pubtic heatth 02-PO37 PANCHAKARMA THERAPY FOR PUBLIC HEALTHCARE AND ITS MAINSTREAMING UiAESI.I CI.IfiUDI-IARY & V. K" SRIVASTAVA PG SCHOLAR, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPT. PANCHAKARMA, DEPARTMENT OF KAYACHIKITSA, FACULTY OF AYURVEDA, IMS, BHU, VARANASI, DRUMESH.CH2T@GMAIL.COM Ayurveda is the world's most ancient system of naturaI heatth care and enjoyed unquestioned patronage in the past. Since thousand centuries 8.C., it is clearly conceived the concept of Ritucharya, Dincharya, Ratricharya, Sadavritta and Achara Rasayana for attainment of better heatth. Contradictory to these heatthy tools may leads to develop aitments. Recent evidences also suggest that fautty dietary habits and tifestyte errors such as incompatibte food items, irregular excess and deficient food items, excessive smoking, atcohol consumption etc; ptay a significant rote in the genesis of variety of metabolic and tifestyte retated disorders tike hypertension, obesity, type 2 diabetes meItitus, cerebral stroke, anxiety disorders etc. Regarding its preventive and promotive aspects, conventional system of medicine has no any specific measures to counteract such kinds of hazardous probtems. The wortd today recognizes Ayurveda as a science of healthcare. Ayurvedic therapeutics comprises of various therapeutic measures, Panchakarma therapy is one of them, which is speciaIty designed for ceItutar bio- purification of accumutated Matas in the body &' mind and maintenance of overall heatth. Panchakarma means "Five Detoxifying Procedures", namely 1. Vamana (therapeutic emesis),2. Virechana (therapeutic purgation), 3. Basti (therapeutic enema),4. Nasya (Sinus cteansing) and 5. Rakta-mokshana (therapeutic btoodtetting). These five fotds purification procedures are meant for an intense cleansing of the human body. ln other words, regular oleation and detoxification is required to maintain oneself young, energetic and heatthy so that an individual can live happity for long. Now, there is need to updating the Panchakarma therapy to meet gtobat standard, incorporation of advanced technologies in Panchakarma, standardization of Panchakarma therapies and strengthening of research activities related with Panchakarma therapies. Advancements in science and technology, Sook of Absfraefs i ?0,3
    • Glabai Ayurveda Festivai - 241 4 !nle{ftalbna! Seninar an AYuNeda far Public Health devetopment of other contemporary medicaI systems, gtobat attention are some of the key factors which support the new positive changes in the devetopment of Panchakarma therapy. ln this regards, Panchakarma therapy ptays a significant rote in the pubtic heatthcare and management. Key Words: Ayurveda, Panchakarma 02-PO33 PUBLIC HEALTH THROUGH AYURVEDA U5HARANI"5.sANU, J, R.JOSHI PG scH.LAR' HEAD' DEPARTMENT ',|,t3lkl^tii?R,!illITi,i,fliYiii'f$fA:fllll'#n Ayurveda is an ancient treasure of our country, which has always aimed at the excettence of mankind, by improving the heatth of an individuat physica[ty, mentatly, sociatty and spirituatty. Ayurveda has atways stressed on prevention and cure of the diseases. Prevention of the diseases using the principtes of Dinacharya, Rutucharya concept of Dharaneeya and Adharaneeya vegas, Sadvrutta palana, according to various time factors. Actuatly there are nine Karana dravya (responsibte factors) behind the creation and manifestation of universe and these are Panchamahabhuta, Mana (mind), Atma (sout), Kata (time) and Disha (directions).Among all these nine, Kala is very important factor and affects every creation of universe. lt is one of the causative factors (i.e. Trividha hetu) in the initiation of diseases. There are various changes which have occurred by the impact of time and later on resutted in manifestation of various diseases. Key words : Dinacharya, Rutucharya, Karana dravya, Panchamahabhuta, Mana , Atma , Kala disha, Dharaneeya, Adharaneeya vegas, Sadvrutta palana 02-PO34 CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF CHIKUNGUNYA VIPIN NATH T.V, S.G.PR.ASANNAAITHAL PG scHoLAR' AssocrArE '*o"'in?l,&,1'ilir3E"-"l3f)'?lff^Ht'flxit-ili,XYi?t Chikungunya titeratty means "That which bends up". lt is an disease which recentty emerged as an important pubtic heatth probtem in lndia caused byArboAtpha virus' The virus is transmitted to humans by the bites of mosquitoes of the Aedes species mainty Aedes aegypti and Aedes albopictus. Researchers speculate that, mutation of the virus, absence of herd immunity, tack of vector control and globatization of the trade and travet might have contributed to resurgence of the infection. Chikungunya is characterized by high fever, sever arthratgia and skin rashes where no effective vaccine or anti-viraI drugs are avaitabte, hence a chattenge for diagnosis and treatment. Ayurveda an ancient health system of lndian medicine deats with different principtes regarding positive heatth and therapeutjc measures related to physicat, mental and socia[ welfare of human beings. It accepts the chattenge of Aupasargika Rogas and deats with tot of Ttrividha Aushada measures to combat this dreadfuI disease. BookofAlsstracls i J04
    • Glabat Ayurveda Festivat - 2A14 lnternatianal Seminar on Ayurveda far Fublic llealth MENTAL HEALTH AND AYURVEDA
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - ZAi 4 lnrernatianal Semlnar on Ayurveda far Publie Health 03- oR 1 A COMPARATIVE STUDY OF BRAHMI GHRITA AND CAPSULE MEDHYN AS MEDHYA RASAYANA ON JARAJANYA SMRITIHRASA/ SENILE DEMENTIA DILEEPKUMAR K J SHREEVP.THSA P.G.SCHOLAR, ASST. PROFESSOR, DEPT.OF AYURVEDA SIDDHANTA, GOVT.AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MYSORE, Senite dementia is a major probtem having impact on person, society and environment. The goal of the study was to evaluate and compare the medhya effect of brahmigrita and capsute medhyn in senite dementia. A comparative study was done with totat 43 patients of jarajanyasmritihrasa who were incidentally assigned into two groups. For both the groups amapachana was done with panchakolachurna 39 TID for three days and shodhana done with haritakyadi yoga 129 H5. GroupAwas given capsute medhyn 1 TID for 30 days and group B was given brahmigrita 69 BD for 30 days. Results were anatyzed using contingency co efficient test, descriptive statistics, RM ANOVA and Chi sqare test. Stastitics showed a significant improvement for both groups. The comparison showed statisticatty no difference.Brahmigrita and capsule medhyn showed equatty significant improvement. Key words: jarajanyasmritihrasa, medhyarasayana, brahmigrita, capsute medhyn. 03- oR 2 EFFECT OF KUSHMANDA GHRITHA IN APASMARA TIAUNlRAJU.K.N, G.UNNl, 5UHAS.K.5HETTY, i'IARAYANAPRAKASH P.G SCHOLAR, DEPARTMENT OF MANASA ROGA, SDMC&H, HAsSAN., ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, ASSOC|ATE PROFESSOR, PROFESSOR & H.O.D, DEPARTMENT OF MANA5A *OOO, tDflarXil: To evatuate the effect of Kushmanda Ghrita on different signs and symptoms, on duration of attacks, on interval of attack and on different types of Apasmara - such as relieving VatajaApasmara, PittajaApasmara, and KaphajaApasmara. 10 kgs of PuranaGhrita was taken and heated in Mandagni titt it completety tiquifies. Later 180 tts of KushmandaSwarasa and 1 kg of Yastimadhu Katka were added. Snehapaka was continued titt Phena Shanti (subsidence of foam). Sneha of MadhyamaPaka was prepared. Tests of Sneha Siddha Lakshana were performed. 35 patients, showing the symptoms of Apasmara were setected from OPD and IPD of 5.D.M Cottege of Ayurveda and Hospital, Hassan. 35 patients of Apasmara who futfitts the inclusion criteria were setected. Assessment is done by Standard epitepsy scoring pattern and setf-graded symptomatic scoring rate before and after treatment. Each patient was given 20mt of KushmandaGhrita in morning in the empty stomach, 20mt in the evening before meals for 3 months. lt provided 76% of improvement in severity of attack, 74% in the f requency of attack,75% in the duration of attack, 73Yo in Pre ictal features, 67% in Post ictaI features, 'l 00% improvement in higher mental functions which are statisticatty significant and among the types of Apasmara, Kushmanda Ghrita proved better in the management of Vataja and PittajaApasmara. lt can be concluded from the study that Kushmanda Ghrita has significant effect in the management on different signs and symptoms, on severity of attack, on BookafAbstracis | ?06
    • Glabal AYuweda Festival - 2Ai4 lnlernatiana! Sefi?inar on Ayurveda for Public Health duration of attacks, on interval of attack and among the types of Apasmara, KushmandaGhrita proved better in the management of Vataja and PittajaApasmara. Key words: Apasmara, Shamana chikitsa, Kushmanda grhita. o3- oR 3 A STUDY OF NIDRA RELATED WITH MENTAL HEALTH MARKAM NIDHI , KATARIA D"K., RATRE GUNVANT, M.D. SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR, LECTURER, DEPT. OF SAMHITA SIDDHANTA, GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, RAIPUR, CHHATTISGARH. NIDHIMARKAM1g@GMAIL.COM Ayurveda the science of Sukhaayu and Hitaayu and long life is known for its time tested guidelines for protecting the heatth of heatthy individuat and for preventing the onset of diseases and remedying the diseasesPurpose : Mental heatth is the leveI of psychotogicat wett be and encompasses the abitities to devetop emotionaIty, psychotogicatly, intettectua[[y, sociatty and spiritualty. There is no heatth without mental health. Most common mental disorder are depression, anxiety & drug addiction. Major depressive disorder is a mental disorder characterised by an a[[ encompassing [ow mood accompanied by tow self esteem and loss of interest in normatty enjoyabte activities. Standard treatment for depression inctudes antidepressant medication which have unpteasant side effect and psychotherapy which is time consuming and expensive. ln [iterature, the three factors i.e' Ahara, Nidra and Brahmacharya are mentioned as three Upastambhas, which ptay an important rote in maintaining the heatth. Among these three, Nidra ptays an important rote in maintaining heatth, proficiency and emotional wetl-being. As per WHO, in lndia revets that about 35 percent of respondents have reported mitd to extreme difficutty associated with steep. It shows that improper steep can increase risk of devetoping obesity, diabetes, high btood pressure or heart disease etc. Nidra is defined in Ayurveda as a state wherein the senses or sense organs get detached from their respective objects as a result of tiredness or fatigue resutting in the body and mind due to the day long activities. ln this condition he is not abte to perceive any information nor can carry it and as a resutt goes to steep. ln theAyurvedic text, Nidra is mentioned to be the best treatment for Karshya Vyadhi. Here, it has been described under a broad aspect. This article witt discuss the ctassical concepts, types and ctinicat apptication of Nidra as perAyurveda. Key words: Ayurveda, Nidra, Ctinicat apptication. 03- oR 4 THE ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN ATTENTION AND BEHAVIOURAL DISORDER: ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER (ADHD) OF CHILDREN. . SHELKE VILAS MUKUNDA, MORE SANTOSH, R.S.KHATRI JUNIOR RESIDENT-III, DEPT. OF KAUMARBHRITYA/BALROGA, JUNIOR RESIDENT-III, DEPT. OF DRAVYAGUNA, SERVICE SENIOR RESIDENT DEPT. OF KAUMARBHRITYA/BALROGA, FACULTY OF AYURVEDa'rM;l&l;!"'i^lii'1lblil3h.IiiiiHfl"'.ffi ',i:.'S; Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is a behaviorat condition found in 5% of school-age chitdren that is characterized by tack of attention, problems with impulse BookofAbsfracts I 147 I I i
    • Global Ayurveda Festiva! - 241 4 lnternatiinal Seninar on Ayurveda far Public Heallfi control and difficutty in adherence to rules. Common behaviors inctude hyperactivity, difficutty fottowing instructions, resttessness, impatience and low self -esteem. Although chitdren with ADHD have normat intetligence, school performance is often poor. Atthough the exact cause ofADHD is still unknown, several factors increase the risk inctuding lead exposure and use of atcohot, tobacco or drugs by mother during pregnancy. These factors are betieved to inftuence brain devetopment; specificatty to atter the function in the part of the brajn that controts imputse controland attention. lt is atso thought that deficiencies in certain vitamins may be a contributing factor as wett. ln chitdren who cannot tolerate medications or when medication is ineffective, behavioral therapy has been suggested as a Comptimentary Atternative Medicine. From an Ayurvedic perspective, ADHD is a disorder of the Manas (mind) impacting the abitity to focus and concentrate' ln order to treatADHD, it is thus necessary to treat not onty the mind, but also main body etement i.e. Vata which is responsibte for vitiation of function of Manas. So Ayurveda helps to controtADHD symptoms through daity routine meditation, diet, steep schedute, Snehan (Ayurvedic oiI massage), yoga, relaxation and appropriate attention are as important medicinalty as pharmaceuticats or herbs. Yoga is the part of Ayurvedic treatment which is the best atternative to medication. Yoga is hetpfut for controtling of Manas through pranayama (deep breathing exercises) that enhance retaxation and improve setf-control. These benefits spitt over into the daity tives of chitdren with ADHD and hetp them to improve setf-esteem, do better in school and get along with others. Yoga can have similar effectiveness to medication and better effectiveness than behavioral therapy for the treatment of chitdren with ADHD. ln short, the behaviors associated with ADHD can be frustrating, and navigating treatment options can be even more so. But as holistic investigation continues, it is emerging that treatment ptans inctuding numerous approaches and modalities to improve atl aspects of one's [ife, such as yoga, meditation, diet and behaviorat therapies, may be the most effective. 03- oR 5 EFFECT OF MEDHYA RASAYANA ON TEST ANXIETY IN EXAM FACING STUDENTS 5H IVAPPA, REKI.IA, 5I{ RT SVATFISA P.G.SCHOLAR, , P.G,SCHOLAR , PROFESSOR AND HOD DEPT.OF AYURVEDA SIDDHANTA, GOVT.AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MYSORE. Anxiety is defined as feeting of tension or apprehension that comes from anticipating a situation, which may be known or unknown. The term "test anxiety" as a scientific construct, refers to the set of phenomenotogicat, physiotogica[, and behavioral responses that accompany concern about possibte negative consequences or failure on an exam or simitar evatuative situation. MedhyaRasayanas betieved to promote Medha and Smruti fatting under the yuktivyapashrayachikitsa of Ayurveda atso has a significant atteviating effect on Chittodvega as endorsed by various Research works. ln the present study a minimum of 60 students of x standard were incidentatty taken and randomly assigned into two groups. 2 gms of Mentone (MedhyaRasayana compound) in 2 divided doses with mitk was administered in morning after food and at bed time for the experimental group. 2gms of ptacebos in 2 divided doses were administered to the control group in the same manner to maintain the homogeneity. The intervention period was for 30 days. The Book af Abstracts | 10S
    • Abbal Ayurveda Festival - 2414 fnternatiana! Semlnar on Ayurveda far Public Health Assessment was made before and after with HARS as an assessment tool and the cotlected data was analysed statisticatty with Chi square test, repeated measure ANOVA and Contingency Coefficient Descriptive Statistics. The students of experimental group showed highty significant resutts in Anxious Mood, Tension, lntetlectuaI parameters, cardiovascular symptoms, Depressive mood and autonomic Nervous system symptoms. MedhlaRasayanas are the safe drug of choice in exam facing students to enhance the functionat dimensions of Buddhi. Key words: medhyarasayana, test anxiety, HARS 03- oR 6 MEASURING MANASIKA PRAKRTI OF THE CHILDREN A PILOT STUDY SUCHITRA, HR, NAGENDRA SVYASA UNIVERSITY, BENGALURU , INDIA lnventories to asses guna personatity have been developed and vatidated for adutts. However, are not based on Ayurveda concepts, which considers rajas, tamas as dosahs and cause of the mentaI disorders.. . The objective of the study was to develop and standardize an inventory to assess the Manasika prakrti of the children according to Ayurveda.The 7O-item Ayurveda guna inventory for children was devetoped on the basis of transtation of Sanskrit verses describing Sattva (A), Rajas(B) and Tamas prakrti (C) characterstics and by taking the opinions of experts (ten Ayurveda experts and three psychotogists). The scale was tested out in Maxwett pubtic school, Bangatore. The scate was administered on parents of chitdren of the age group 6-1 2 years.The Ayurveda guna inventory for chitdren was associated with excettent internaI consistency. The Cronbach's atpha for A, B and C scates were 0.80, 0.55 and 0.56 respectively. And the Sptit-Hatf retiabitity were 0.79, 0.56and 0.64 respectively. Factor vatidity coefficient scores on each items was above 0.5on Sattva, Rajas and Tamas scale. The Manasika prakrti (trigunas) of the chitdren can be measured reliabty by this instrument and may point out to prevention of mentaI disorders. 03- oR 7 ROLE OF AYURVED IN MENTAL HEALTH UJWALA VAMANRAO PAWAR, DILIP K. PURI , SUSHASH R. SALEY' ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR , PROFESSOR & H.O.D , DEPT OF ROG-NIDAN & VV. GOVT. AYU RVEDA COLLAG E, NANDED. M. S. UJWALAPAWAR. PAWAR2@GMAI L. COM The basic concept of Ayurveda is prevention of tife in heatthy individuats. Heatthy body depends on heatthy mind.Balanced equilibrium in mind and body is important. Psychosomatic disorders /diseases invotve both mind and body. There is a mental aspect to every physical disease and can be physicat aspects from mentaI ittness Heatth as a swasthya-a state of totat biotogicat equitibrium, where the sensory, menta[, emotionaI and spiritual elements are harmoniousty balanced. Ayurvedic theory of heatth is based on "Tridosha" (primary [ife forces or biotogicaI humors). The dynamic balanced of tridoshas crates heatth. Ayurved defines mental heatth as a state of mentat, intettectual and spirituat wett-being. Many diseases are proved to originate from psychotogicaI BnakafAbstracfs I f09
    • Giobal Ayurveda Festival - 2414 !nternati6na! Seminar an Avurveda far Public Health imbalances. Onty a sound mind can keep the body in sound heatth. Ayurveda dectares that heatth is the resutt of pure body and selftess mind. There are specific mental treatments in Ayurveda to cure physicat probtems as wetl as mental disorders. Even the modern science admits that without the proper consent and mental co-ordination, no patient could be perfectty. Ayurveda is the science of life. Ayurved describes the proper way ofAhar, Vihar, Nidra, Dincharya, Rutucharya; such a heatthy tifestyte keeps our body in heatthy condition . Yoga and meditation are common psychiatric practices associated with Ayurveda. Yoga is ancient form of inftuencing the mind and achieving mentaI stabitity and catmness. Yoga hetps a person to controI mind and gain perfect psychic batance. Meditation makes mind powerfut to fotlowing the commands. Detaited paper witl be etaborate at the time of presentation' Key words- mental health, yoga, meditation, mind' 03- oR 8 A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF BRAHMYADI YOGA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SMRITI NASHA NARAYANA PRAKASH B JAYAKRISHNAN. VINAY SHANKAR M PROFFESOR & HOD, PG SCHOLAR, PG SCHOLAR DEPARTMENT OF MANASAROGA, SDMCA&H' HASSAN., DR.VINAYAYU@GMAIL. COM To evatuate the effect of brahmyadi yoga in the management of Smriti nasha.15 Patients who futfitted the criteria for inctusion for memory impairment were setected from the OPD & IPD of SDM Cottege of Ayurveda & Hospitat, Hassan. Brahmyadi yoga 4 gms were administered twice a day after food with warm water for 30 days. lmprovement in signs and symptoms according to the standard dementia rating scate. The Ctinical Dementia Ratini is a five point scale in which CDR - O connotes no cognitive impairment, and then the remaining four points are for various stages of dementia. 18 patients of Smriti Nasha were registered for this ctinicat study out of which 3 patients discontinued the treatment and were considered dropouts and the remaining 15 completed the study ptan. ln this study it was observed that brahmyadi yoga shows statisticatty significant improvements were seen in memory ie 40% improvement,30Yo in orientati on,22/o in judgment, 22%in community affairs, 30% in home hobbies, 35% in personal care. As per itreitinicat study so far conducted, Brahmyadi yoga is proving to be effective in improving the memory. So longer duration of treatment atong with a good famity support, may provide some solace to the individuat. I I I I { BookofAbstraels i 110
    • ) I' i I Glabal Ayurveda Festival - 2A1 4 lnternatlanal Seminar on Ayurveda far Publb Health 03- PO 1 ROLE OF AYURVEDA IN SUCCESSFUL AGEING WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO DEMENTIA AVINASH B JADHAV M.C.SHOBHANA DEPARTMENT OF SWASTHAVRITTA, V.P.S.V. AYURVEDA COLLEGE, KOTTAKKAL, KERALA, AVI.AYU RVED@GMAI L. COM lndia is in a phase of demographic transition. lndia has7.7% of its population with age more than 60 years and hence it has become'an ageing nation'. lt has been projected that by the year 2050, the number of etderty peopte woutd rise to about 324 mittion. With aging of World, increasing attention is being paid to Quatity of Life of otd peopte. A major factor in determining quatity of tife and independent activity of elderty peopte involves status of cognition. Etderty people are more prone to cognitive impairment due to ageing of brain and most common neurodegenerative disorder is Dementia. According toARDS| report in 2010, there are 3.7 mittion lndians with dementia and the totatsocietal costs is about 14,700 Crore. White the numbers are expected to double by 2030, costs would increase three times. Hence it is quite ctear that dementia is going to be a major burden on public heatth of lndia in near future. Ayurveda, the ancient science of Life, has dedicated a division of Asthanga Ayurveda for the prevention and management of disabilities and diseases of old age and it is known as Jara chikitsa. There is a need to imptement judiciously different treatment modalities of Ayurveda, to fill the void in the pubtic heatth sector for combating against this potentiat heatth problem. Few [ong term studies have indicated that tifestyte disorders trigger the progressive & slow neurodegenerative changes in 4th or 5th decade of tife. There are empiricaI and literary evidences estabtishing the neuro-nutrient impact of Rasayana to slow down brain ageing, which can be used as an effective tool in preventive strategy targeted at people in their 4th or 5'h decade of tife. Also modification of risk factors associated with non- communicable diseases can be done with the hetp of proper Ayurvedic medication and changes in the tifestyte according to Ayurveda. Mitd cognitive impairment is the transitional phase between normat ageing and dementia. This short window of opportunity can be utitized to identify the population at risk and start management for reversal or at least arrest the progression of neuro-degenerative changes. Promising results are coming out of ongoing researches which indicate that Ayurvedic drugs have neuroprotective effects at both cytosolic and gene expression level. Anti-oxidant activity exhibiting drugs (Vayasthapana) can be used to controI deleterious effects of free radicals on brain. Ayurveda have the potential to act at both preventive and therapeutic management [evet, which can be utitised to attain a successfuI ageing which aims at avoidance of disease and disabitity, maintenance of high physicat and cognitive function and sustained engagement in social and productive activities. So it is our chance to add more life to years than adding disabted years to the tife. Keywords: Brain Ageing, Dementia, Mitd Cognitive lmpairment, Jara Chikitsa, SuccessfuI ageing BnnkafAbskacts I 111!
    • G ia cal Ay urv e da F estiv al' 2A 1 4 ::errational Seminar an A|utveda far Publit Health 03- PO 2 PSYCHOTHERAPY IN AYURVEDA BENOYNJ, CVJAYADEVAN PG SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR AND HEAD, MANOVIGYAN AVUM MANASROGA' DEPT' OF KAYA cHlKlTsA, V P s VAYURVEDACOLLEGE, KOTTAKKAL, V P S VOtu*UtDiotfrt^t*toui Psychotherapy is the use of psychotogicaI methods for the treatment of mental disorders' The objective of psychotherapy to guide the patient to comprehend tife and became better aware of perspective with which they can live in a happier tife to learn how to accomptish the goats they set for themselves in a more meaningfut educated manner and to resotve emotional or interpersona[ probtems. ln Ayurveda a separate ctassification of satvavajaya treatment has been speciatty mentioned for treating mentaI i[[ness' Acharya caraka defines it as mind control therapy in which a stress has been laid on restraining of mind from unwholesome objects. lt inctudes Manonigraha and Yoga methods' ln Ayurveda whatever is avaitabte is very concrete and fundamental to the basis of which whote concept of Psychotherapy as prevaited in these days can be pictured easity' The right use of objects iesutt in normalcy of mind but excessive, deficient and erroneous uie or objects wit[ cause disorder of mind. The methods of Ayurvedic Psychotherapy include Jnana, Vijnana, Dhairya and Samadhi. The stress on treatment taid on avoidance of votitionaI transgression, control of senses, smriti(recoItection), and observance of rutes of good conduct and retention of dharaneeya manasika vega etc' lt can be put in three grounds 1) Rationat persecution 2) Methods based on deeper understanding 3) MentaI equanimity. Rationat persecutions inctude Dhairya, sadvrutta and controI of mental urges. Methods in deeper understanding inctude Jnana, vijnana, smruti and mental eq-uanimity is nothing'but the Samadhi state. Modern Psychotherapy is stitt in infancy and not ctears in itiaim and objectives. lt is futt of contradictions and diversities' Because of this the therapeutic vatue of lndian psychotogy is now getting momentum even in west where the peopte are possed of morbid fear of insanity due to their saturated materiatistic environment. Acharya caraka emphaticatty says that Tatvavit shoutd enter the Antaratma (inner sout) of patients with the aid of brittiant tamp of knowledge in order to beat diseases. so Ayurveda has a great future in Psychotherapy' even long before and wit[ sustain forever. Keywords: - Psychotherapy, Satvavajaya, Dhairya 03'PO 3 MAMSYADI KWATHA AS LEARNING ENHANCER; AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY BHARATHI B HIREMATH, SHR.EEVATHSA P.G'scHoLAR,.ASST.PRoFEsSoR,DEPT.oFAYURVEDASIDDHANTA,GoVT.AYLURVED^ili3i.-t: Mamsyadi kwatha, an Ayurvedic formutation mentioned in siddha yoga sangraha is highty effective in minor mentaI disorders. The ingredients are Jatamamsi (Nordostachys jatamamsi DC), Ashwagandha (withania somnifera Linn. ) and Parasika yavani BookolAbstraets | 112
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnteffiatianal Seminar an Ayurveda far Pubilc llealth (HyoscymusnigerLinn.)in8:4:1 ratiorespectively.Thetestformulationwassubjected to assess its effect on learning phenomenon. The mode[ setected for the evatuation was Rotarod performance. The test formutation enhanced learning abitity in mice. Key Words: Mamsyadi kwatha, Jatamamsi, Ashwagandha, Parasika yavani, Rotarod perf ormance. 03- PO 4 MENTAL HEALTH AND AYURVEDA JAGADEESH. D GAMC, BANGLORE WHO says that, physicat, mental, spiritualwell being person is said to be heatthy. The goal is to achieve social health by the people who are physicatty and mentalty healthy, which is possibte by spirituatity. The first shtokardha suggests physicat heatth of a person, whereas second shlokardha suggests spiritual and mental heatthiness. Here atso the goat is same, that is to achieve social healthiness through physicatty and mentalty heatthy people. Generally we can ctassify MANO VIJNANA in to 2 types)PRAKRUTHI (physiotogy) - It deals with the normaI functions of mind. This science can be studied by any person who is able to analyse and understand the subject which is explained mainly in charaka sharira, VIKRUTHI (Pathotogy) - lt deats with the study of abnormalfunctions of mind . This science meant for the people who are having strong mental abitity [ike doctors. This science also deats with the treatment aspect which is exptained in unmada chikithsa. There is another set of people who can't understand even the physiotogy of mind because of its complexity and tack of anatysing power of mind. These peopte do not want to analyse the subject but they need mental happiness onty, for these people Ayurveda taught to foltow the rituals which is told in vedas acc to their status. 03- PO 5 MENTAL HEALTH AND AYURVEDA JIBY PAUL T.P. lmportance Of Mental Heatth - Different Factors Which Affect The Mental Heatth - Wrong Behaviour RelatedTo Body, MindAnd Speech - PsychotogyAnd lndian Phitosophy - Retation Between Psychology And Culturat Anthropology - Concepts Of Personatity- Modern And Ayurvedic View - The lndian Approach Of Personality - ldeat Personality Based Upon Sattwa Guna - How To Achieve ldeal Personatity - Memory- Modern As Wetl As Ayurvedic Perspectives - Stress And Health - lnftuence Of lntettectual Errors - Ayurvedic Perspective Of Psychosomatic Disease - Ayurvedic Approach ln Psychosomatic Diseases - Codes Of Conduct Totd By Charakacharya - According To Ayurveda The Practices To Prevent Psychotogica[ - Disturbance - Effects Of Good Company On Heatth - Rutes Regarding Speech, Diet, Urgesand Relation With Femates - lmportance Of Moral Science And Vatues - Acharya Rasayana - Steep And Relaxation - Factors Providing The Vitat Force BoakafAbstracls I 113I
    • c ^-: 03- PO 6 {-IffiBIC SYSTEM AND MENTAL HEALTH JISI-IA R JOHN, POOJA RANI PG SCHOLAR, HEAD, DEPT. OF SHAREERA RACHANA, ALVAS AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MOODBIDRI, MANGALORE, JISHAJOHNOST@GMAIL.COM Emotion is a comptex set of feetings that results in physical and psychological changes in a man. These emotions are controlted by a complex set of structures present in our brain, THE LIMBIC SYSTEM. Mainty timbic system works on the togic of pain and pleasure and thus this system focuses on conservation of self and species, through our emotional behaviour. lt plays an important role in memory processing, olfaction so on. When emotional brain gets lesion, it results in psychological disturbances [ike depression, fear, anxiety etc. Ayurveda takes the pathway of timbic structures for the treatment of many manasarogas.Nasyaprayoga, Sirodharaetc treatment modalities act upon the timbic system thus influencing the patients mentaI state. Limbic system is atso apptied in meditationand in yoga . Hence timbic system is the border zone where psychiatry meets neurotogy. For a heatthy mind, timbic system should be intact. So one shoutd be more atert regarding the mentaI heatth, as depression is going to be the second [eading cause of disabitity by 2020. Key words- Limbic system, nasya, sirodhara 03- PO 7 MENTAL HEALTH AND AYURVEDA A,IEENAKSHI AiALIK, .K.VFNKAT S}iIVUDU, G.P.RAM R.EDDY. P.G.SCHOLAR, READER, PROFESSOR & HEAD, DEPT.OF BASIC PRINCIPLES, S.V.AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, TI RUPATI. -MSOFTYzO@GMAIL. COM The definition of health is given by WHO as welI as in Ayurvedic treatise is eminentty involve mental wett being ie, "Prasannatmendriya manah" . Requisition of this is because of the atarming fact that anxiety and mood disorders are two most common diseases seen in today time. For these probtems we are having an outstanding solution in the form of yoga. Swami Vivekananda put four techniques of yoga [karma yoga-bhakti yoga- jnana yoga and raja yogal as work, worship, philosophy, and psychic control. Maharshi Patanjati has explained eight steps known as Astanga Yoga ie, . Yama, niyama, aasana, pranayama, pratyahaar, dharana, dhyana and Samadhi, to reach the higher state of mind and eventualty to get the union of individual souI to the supreme souI and leading to etude the rebirth. Among the two types of yoga ie, . Hatha yoga and Raja yoga. Hatha yoga is for physicaI wetlness and Raja yoga for mentaI weltness. Raja yoga is specialty concerned" with the mind and its fluctuations and how to quite or master the minds fluctuations".ln my paper lwilI emphasize on raja yoga having definite solution for mental fluctuations. As right to said- "The body achieves,' what the mind betieves" Key words : mentaI wetlness, Ashtanga yoga and Raja yoga. 3cokcfAbstracls i ff4
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - Z014 tntetnauonal Sen,!?t an Ayurveda far publlc Health AACHARA RASAYANA : A PROMOTIVE MEASURE As A PSYCHOSOMATIC DISORDERS 03_ PO 8 REMEDY FOR JUNT'R REsrDENr, pRoFEssoR & HEAD, DEpARrMffftfitrf,i^i,iSf;rr?^',f t,^[:Tf; RABI. INFIN ITE@GMAIL. COM The Psychosomatic disorders are the outcome of the modern way of tife and changingvalue systems and hence their incidence is rapidty increasing. These disorders may beprevented by necessary environmentaI correction in its physicat as wetI as psychosociaIdimensions and personatity transformation. when the un.i"nt and modern concepts arereviewed' the biotogical, psychological and social factort ,""r to be inftuentiat on thestate of health and ittness of an inJlvlduat. ln trrrs regarJ, -an.ient Ayurveda Acharyashave given equal consideration to physical, psychologicat, food and nutritionaI andbehavioural patterns. of individuat. ln present scenario the management of psychosomaticdisorders inctudes the use of psychotropic drugs, psychotherapy, behaviour therapy,biofeedback etc' atong with'concurrent undertaki;g of the treatment for organicdysfunction' Rasayana is among the major classifica-tion of Ayurvedic therapeutics.Aachaar rasayana is one among the Nitya Rasayana (for daity use basis ) which is nothingbut codes of conduct advocaied by Rcharya charaka ln nuruyunu chapter of charaksamhita' lt is summarized form of swasthavritta/sadvritta. Achaar Rasayana makes anindividuat strong (immune) physicatty, mentatty, spirituatty, sociatty(personatity wise)and morally by means of codes and conducts and use of some Nitya Rasayana Dravyas. lt :il1""1:ttfutlv exptored as a promotive measures in the remedy for the psychosomatic Keywords:-Psychosomatic disorder, Rasayana, Aachaar rasayana, swasthvritta, sadvritta, Nityarasayana dravya. 03_ PO 9 EFFEET OF TAKRADIIARA IN THE NN,AFI.{GEA.1ENT SF S{AFIASA VIKARA W.5.R. TS ADHD p c s c H o LA R, F, N A L' r^ f f i i Ir:YfIt'nX;, -ffifff "'^flT Tt -l h, ilfi lltiiH,,*S.V.AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, TIRUPATI children constitute about40% of our population. ln lndian studies the reported rate ofpsychopathotogy among chitdren is s'-tsz . According to worto Heatth organization,mental disorders are to increase by 50%in2020, and blcome on the international tevetone of the main causes of morbidity in children. statistics show inat ADHD has the highestincidence among att the other devetopmentaI disorders. Being a very common psychiatricprobtem of preschoot aged chitdren ADHD widety discussei and treated with psychostimulant drugs' even though there is no much significant improvement and in additionto that there are Iot of side effects. lnspite of many advances in modern medicine,even today treatment of many diseases stitI remains unsatisfactory. The basic drugswhich are used in ADHD are Psycho stimutants, Tricyctic antidepressants Tranquilizers.The psycho stimutant drugs used to treataono ruy be associated with an increased risk Saokar::suacts I 1"j
    • of adverse cardiovascular events, inctuding sudden cardiac death, myocardiaI infarction, and strokes in young adults, rarety in chitdren. There comes the actuaI need of our indigenous medicine and severaI herbaI preparations and procedural based therapies, for exampte SIRODHARA, TAKRADHARAetc. which is with its basic theories devetoped on ancient Ayurvedic principtes and which is giving the marked results in not onty in psychologicaI diseases and atso somatic ones. Hence there arises a need for conducting clinicaI research in this area . An attempt is made in the main paper to review the study conducted for exploring the efficacy of Dhara in the condition of ADHD. 03- PO 10 ROLE OF MANASIK BHAVA IN ETIOPATHOGENESIS OF VARIOUS DISEASES SHARiAA RICI-IA, SHARAJIA RA&TAKANT {CHULET} P.G. SCHOLAR, P,G. SCHOLAR, ASSOT.PROF.DEPT. OF P.G. STUDIES IN AGAD TANTRA, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDA, AMER ROAD JORAVAR SINGH GATE, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN, tNDtA, 302002, RtCHA36BHU@yAHOO.CO Ayurveda is one of the most ancient medical sciences of the wortd. As man has entered in2lstcenturywithmodernizationineachandeverywatkof [ife, hehasalsopaidforit by tiving in several conditions varies person to person because each has different psychic and bodity constitution. Howevel these stressors ptay certain rote in the development, progression, prognosis as wetI as management of the disease. This stressfuI tife-styte affects one's mind and homeostasis of body severaI psychosomatic mechanisms and causes many psychosomatic disorders like Uccharaktacha, madhumeh, akaaI jara, shira shool, parinaam shoot, shukraavritta vata, anidra, menopausaI syndrome etc. ln Ayurveda, various Manasa Bhavas (psychotogicaI Conditions) tike Chinta (worry), Udvega (anxiety), Lobha (greed), Shoka (grief ), Bhaya (fear), Krodha (anger) etc. are described. When these Manasa Bhavas (emotional states) cross the PhysiologicaI limit, they are considered as Manasika Vikaras, which is pathotogical state adversely affecting the mind and the body. Acharya Charaka has suggested controtling these Manasika Bhavas to maintain physical and mental wett being of human. This article hightighted the rote of manasik bhava in etiopathogenesis of various diseases in detait with scientific justification. Keywords: Manas bhava, Etiopathogenesis, Various diseases 03- PO 11 FACTORS AFFECTING MENTAL HEALTH AND THEIR EVALUATION ACCORDING TO AYURVEDA RlTrSFi n. BA,$LE, Rf NUKA GAYAL BHARATIYA SANSKRUTI DARSHAN TRUST'S AYURVED HOSPITAL AND RESEARCH CENTRE, WAGHOLI, PUNE- 412207. STATE MAHARASHTRA, RRITESHl26@GMAIL.COM ln recent years,. the comptexities of the retationship between stress and general heatth has become we[l, known but less wetl evaluated. Some studies have suggested that stressful experiences might affect the onset and/or the metabolic controI of body. So, it is important in evatuating mentatheatth along with general condition of the body. Effects i:rr ri Absfracfs | 1 f6
    • Glob*/Ayurreda Festivat - 2A1 4 lnterfiefronal Ser'rlnar 0n Ay#rueda for P#blis H€611fo of mind on body and vice - versa is very important to evatuate general heatth of a patient. This can be considered as one of the etiologicaI factor regarding onset/ progression of the disease. The events that provoke stress are catted stressors, and they cover a whote range of situations- physica[, tike injury or ittness. Or they can be mentat, [ike problems in job, health, or finances. Apptication of modern day thinking along with Ayurvedic conceptsregarding'stress', isveryimportant.Actual assessmentof stresscanbepossible by patient's socio-economic status, daity schedule and also some valuable references from Ayurvedic texts. These references give some conceptual background and lead to very keen observation of patient. ln my practice, along with history/case taking, I used to give a questionnaire to assess the stress teveI of a patient. Questionnaire is based upon some basic concepts ofAyurveda like Manas bhaav, Satwa Saarata etc. Questionnaire is based on 3 choices according to severity and the result is expressed in terms of score. Higher score means higher stress levet. ln this way, one can assess Ievel of stress and its severity as etiological factor. MentaI heatth should not be ignored while assessing generaI heatth of the patient. Ayurvedic concepts are very useful in evatuating mental heatth/ stressors. Every physician / doctor shoutd use them in day to day practice. Evaluation of mental heatth in proper manner wi[[ increase effectiveness of treatment and can tead to accurate counsetling of a patient. 03- PO 12 MENTAL HEALTH & AYURVEDA SALAEA V, VIDYANATFI P.G. SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR & HOD, AYURVEDA SAMHITA, DR. B.R.K.R. GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, HYDERABAD - A.P. Mental heatth probtems range from the worries to serious long-term conditions such as depression; psychosis, bi-potar disorder, schizophrenia, epilepsy etc. impair a person's sociat, emotiona[ and cognitive functions on day-to-day basis. lt is estimated that about 20% of world's poputation is suffering from one or other mental heatth probtem. Depression is a common mental disorder that causes people to experience depressed mood, loss of interest or pteasure, feelings of guitt or low setf-worth, disturbed sleep or appetite, low energy, and poor concentration. Though the exact cause of depression is not known, it appears a variety of factors may be invotved such as biotogicat differences, neurotransmitters, hormones, inherited traits, life events, earty childhood trauma etc. The symptoms of depression includes Feelings of sadness or unhappiness, lrritability or frustration, even over sma[[ matters; Loss of interest or pteasure in normaI activities; Reduced sex drive; lnsomnia or excessive steeping; Changes in appetite; Agitation or resttessness. Though a number of antidepressant medications such as SSRls, SNRls, NDRlsand MAOlsare availabte to treat depression; the most common side effects inctude decreased sexuat desire, detayed orgasm, digestive problems, nervousness, resttessness, headache, sweating, insomnia, nausea, vomiting, constipation, blurred vision, urinary retention etc. The traditional Hindu system of medicine, Ayurveda is potentiaI in treating a wide range of disorders inctuding psychic health problems by means of herbs viz. Brahmi, Vacha, Aswagandha, Sarpagandha, Jatamamsi, Mandookaparni, Jyotishmati, Sankhapushpi, Tulasi etc. and certain therapeutic procedures tike Vamana, Virechana, Vasti, Dhara etc. without any side effects.To combat the health hazards of Book ofAbsfracfs
    • Glcba/Ayurire*a Festivat - 2AI4 lnlernalianal Serninar on Ayur,;erla fet Ptiblie fl*alth antidepressants, the present study has been taken up to reveal the safest measures and drugs usefut for the management of Mental Heatth Problems. 03- PO 13 MENTAL HEALTH AND AYURVEDA SANDEEP R ilE$AI, J.R.JAsHI PG scHoLoR, PRoF AND HoD, DEPT oF MAULTKA SIDDHANT AYURVEDA f#3ll?lirTJl Ayurveda, an ancient system of medicine, primarity concerned with the preventive and promotive aspects of heatth for the wett being through the concepts of positive physicat and mental heatth. Management of mental disorders or psychological medicine was an area of specialization even during Acharya Caraka's time. ln recent years, the incidence of psychosomatic diseases has shown a tremendous increase throughout the wortd, especialty in western afftuent society, where most of the infectious and nutritional causes of itt heatth have been comptetely eradicated, but the psychosomatic disorders are emerging as a greater and growing chatlenge before the medical profession. Ayurvedic remedies are immerging as uttimate therapeutic hope for such disorders. These disorders may be prevented by the use of psychotropic drugs, hightighted as medhya dravyas and medhya rasayanas either as a single drug or in the form of compound formulations, in ctassical texts of Ayurveda .psycotherapy . satwavajachikitsa ptays an important rote in the psychosomatic disordes. Texts of Ayurveda systematicatly recorded singte drug as wetI as an ingredient of compound formulations in samhitas, samgraha granthas, nighantus (texicons), samgraha granthas (compendia) and research artictes. Here detail witt be described about the concept of psychosomatic disorders as per Ayurveda and drugs used for this. ln lndia, phitosophy and medicaI science have devetoped hand in hand with the same purpose that is whyAyurveda is related to lndian phitosophy. The spirit of Darshana is the main basis of Ayurvedic principles. Ayurveda has adopted a batanced path in which the phitosophic fundamentats of life have been included and side by side question of aiting humanity has been answered. Ayurveda, one of the most ancient medical sciences of the world has its origin from Vedas. Being Upaveda of Atharvaveda, it deats with att aspects of [ife, health, disease and treatment. lts approach is phitosophic, holistic and humanistic which is more tife and health oriented than disease and treatment oriented. lt represents the total heatth of human being in a hotistic way. The main object of Ayurveda is not onty promotion and maintenance of heatth but atso prevention and treatment of disease. Thus, it advocates comptete promotive, preventive and curative system of medicine. (Ch.Su. 30/26)'the materials have been coltected from the main texts of ayurveda namety Charaka samhita, Sushruta samhita, Ashtanga Hrudaya Ashtanga Sangraha. Modern Books and Website. Ayurveda has a great role in prevention and the treatment of Psychosomatic dissorders. Hence the Satvavajaya and Dravyabhoota Chikitsa ptays an important role in management of Psychosomatic dissorders..ayurveda being the ancient science, narrates the causes of Psychosomatic dissorders and the management. On this basiscan be concluded that Satvavajaya chikitsa, Yuktivyapashraya, Dravyabhoota Chikitsa provide significant retief from signs and symptoms of Psychosomatic dissorders. EcokofAbslraels j ff$
    • Gtnhal Av'rrveda FeSti.tat - 2A14 lilternatiafial Semlnar on Ayurveda far Public Healtlt 03- PO 14 MENTAL HEALTH AND AYURVEDA 5HItPA.K, ANIL.R.AI, ZENICA.D'SOUZA MD, GUIDE, HOD, SHILPAPANDITHl4S@GMAIL,COM Ayurveda defines heatth as a state of physicat, menta[, inteItectuatand spirituatwett- being. Today's tife has become so erratic that everybody is just found in hurry and worry with their activities. This tife styte has direct impact on heatth teading to various mentat disorders. Mind health plays an important role in physica[, spirituaI wetl being. lt is a very difficutt task to keep the mind in batance at 21th century because of the competitive and busy tife styte. Medical science atso admits that the root cause of muttipte disorders lies in psychic causes. The probtems with heatthy individuats are how to keep the batanced mind and be an active part of this modern world. Ayurveda atong with yoga can play an important role to prevent and promote the mentaI itl patients. The focus is on prevention of i[[ness, promotion of heatth and longevity for which a tife-styte consisting of dinacharya (daity) and ritucharya (seasonaI activities), invotving diet (ahara tatva), vyayam (exercise), meditation and virtuous quatities (sadvrutta) are the tools. Ayurvedic understanding of mind atong with its relation to doshas are discussed in detait. The rote of Ayurveda in menta[ heatth atong with yoga and meditation are atso discussed. 03- PO 15 PSYCHOSOMATIC DISEASES IN AYURVEDA 5}"IREER,AM KU'VTAWAT SHANKAR BURDAK .AEIIIJEET KUi,1AR, NISI.IA GUPTA M.D SCHOLAR, M.D SCHOLAR, M.D SCHOLAR, ASST. PROF, MAULTKA STDDHANTA VtBHAG, N.I.A, JAIPUR., DR.SHREERAM.l3MARCH@GMAIL.COM Psychosomatic diseases are those which invotve body as wetl as mind together. These are also known as psychophysiotogic disorders. lt means that psychosomatic symptoms emerge as a concomitant of an emotional state. lnAyurveda, body & mind constitute the substrata of disease and happiness. Balanced utitisation (of time, mentaI facutties and object of sense organs) is the cause of Happiness. On the same way body and mind are the receptactes of diseases and happiness-jointty and individuatty. Hence att the diseases come in the periphery of psychosomatic range. Atthough Sharir vyadhis are caused by the vitiation of Sharir doshas and Manas vyadhis are caused by the vitiation of manas doshas yet the inftuence and trigger each other. Doshas vitiated by three primordiaI causes that are asatmendriyarth samyoga, pragyaparadh and parinama are the root causes of att kind of diseases .These sharirika and mansika doshas affect each other when both type of doshas get imbatanced, they produce psychosomatic disorder. ln Ayurveda the Acharyas have described physicat- psychotogicaI character of diseases. Atl the somatic traits like vata-pitta-Kapha, Agni, sapt dhatus, malas etc. are greatly influenced by the different emotional states of mind, Hence they emphasised not onty on treatment of body but also on psychologicaI aspect while curing a diseased one. There is a big role of mana and indriyas in manifestation of psychosomatic diseases. i.e. Rajyakshma, Kustha, Agantuja jwar, Unmada, Apasmara, Atatvabhinivesh etc. ln physical diseases tike Rajyakshma, Kushtha etc. there are sharirika [akshana as wetI as mansika lakshana atso & in psychologicat diseases like Unmada, Apasmara there are Soos of ,4bsfrsefs I ? l9I
    • mansika lakshana associated with sharirika lakshana.ln the curative aspect of diseases there has been the mention of three types of chikitsa- daivavyapashraya, yuktivyapashraya and satvavajaya. Here daivavyapashraya & yuktivyapashraya aushadh for sharirika doshas and satvavajaya aushadh for mansika doshas.There are similarities of nidana panchaka in both type of diseases thats why satvavajaya treatment is atso given in sharirika vyadhi and daivavyapashraya & yuktivyapashraya treatment in mansika vyadhi. Thus Ayurveda tightens both psychotogicat and somatic knowledge and treatment of diseases. Attthe detaits witt be discussed at the time of paper presentation. 03- PO 16 PSYCHO LOGICAL D I S EAS ES ASSOCIATE D WITH P ERIMENOPAUSE SHYLAJA f .K., '*. JITHEShI PG SCHOLAR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, MANOVIGYAN AVUM MANASROGA, DEPARTMENT OF KAYACHIKITSA, VPSV AYURVEDA COLLEGE KOTTAKKAL Menopause occurs in women commonty between the ages of 47-51 years. The period of 5- 10 years preceding menopause and for 5-10 years fottowing it, is known as Perimenopause. Woman is hormonally different from the way, she was before and the way she wi[[ be after this climacteric interval. Perimenopausal women commonty have ftuctuating levets of hormones that lacks cycticity and predictabitity. During this time, marked changes in the menstruat cycte occur usua[[y accompanied by hot ftashes, lethargy, head ache, sleep disturbances etc. Cessation of menstrual cycle is certainly the most notabte sign of advancing age of women. Three to four generations ago menopause was interpreted as the end of active tife of a women or the beginning process of end of tife itsetf . (Because the age of menopause was 46 and the tife expectancy was 51 . ) But in today's perspective, menopause has achieved a greater significance. Life expectancy of women has gone to 80 years. They are living around 30 years ie the last 1 /3'd of their tife in post estrogen depteted state and with it comes the probtems of menopause and geriasis. The most prevalent psychotogical symptoms associated with Perimenopause are mentaI exhaustion, sleep disorders, irritabitity, anxiety, depressive mood, uncontrollabte crying, sexual probtems etc. These symptoms may tast for at least 10 years. ln Ayurveda 'Rajonivrutti' is a condition in which mainly Vata dosha is aggravated along with Pitta. 5o the management involves a strategy which pacifies Vata and Pitta as per the symptoms. Therefore after ruting out the conditions, a detailed management with Sodhana, Samana, Rasayana, locaI treatment procedures, proper administration of pathyapathya and integrations like Yoga, Counseling, music therapy etc. is to be implemented. lt is important to address these problems, to improve the quality of the last one third portion of life of individuats, which comes more than half of the world poputation. 03- PO 17 MENTAL HEALTH: CARE THROUGH AYURVEDA SOrvtANATH. 5, PRASANNA KULKARNI, PRABHU C" NAGALAPU PG SCHOLAR, READER, LECTURER, DEPT OF SWASTHAVRITTA, SHRI JAGADGURU GAVISIDDESWARAAY.MEDICAL COLLEGE, PG STUDIES AND RESEARCH CENTRE, KOPPAL As we entered 21'tcentury, we envision a stat picture of continuously moving world 9;c<o!Abstracts i 12A
    • Gl*ba/Ayurveda F e stiv al - 2A 1 4 !nternatianal $er'ilna.r on Ayurveda lar Fublic llealth before our eyes. Life today has become so fast that everybody is found in hurry with their work. Thus, having direct impact on heatth leading to various mental disorders like stress, depression etc. Ayurveda, the ancient art of heating deals with att aspects of a person's [ife as an entity. The aim of Ayurveda is to create emotiona[ & physicat heatth and to cure diseases. lt provides guidance regarding food and Iifestyte so that heatthy people can stay heatthy and persons with heatth chaltenges can improve their heatth. ln this age otd science, psychotogical factors have been given equaI importance as physiological factors in the etiotogy of various diseases. The majority of psychiatric disorders are due to stress and mood disturbances. lmbalance of Tridosha and Satva, Rajas, Tamas are the root causes of a[[ mental disturbances. According to Ayurveda, a living creature is framed onthree pittars viz. Body, Mind and Sout. The central phitosophy is that the mind and body are one and the same, and that physicat heatth can't be achieved without emotiona[, mental and spirituat heatth. Both are interretated. Ayurveda aims at maintaining the harmony and homeostasis of these entities. Thus, offers a system of natural healing that is very complete both in terms of its treatments and atso in its understanding of the human being. Achara rasayana describes about the personal behaviour and care. "Ahara shuddhou Satva shuddhi"depicting the importance of ahara in maintaining mentaI health. Likewise, this descriptive study discusses the rote of some Ayurvedic principtes [ike Aachar rasayana, Aahara, Dinacharya and Pancha karma procedures in the prevention and cure of psychosomatic disorders. Key words: Mental Heatth, Aachar rasayana. 03- PO 18 EFFECT OF GHRTA AS MEDHYA RASAYANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MENTAL DISORDERS SUSI-IA,IA P., CH.SADANANDAA* PG SCHOLAR, ASST PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF PANCHAKARMA, DR.B.R.K.R. GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, HYDERABAD, SONA.SONTHAM@GMAIL.COM MentaI heatth related issues comprise nearty a quarter or more of gtobat burden of disease.secondty, the prevatence of psychiatric disorders in the community is day by day increasing .Among Rasayana drugs, Medhya rasayana are speciaI class of drugs prescribed for prevention &, management of mentaI disorders. i.e, among atl snehas ghrta is par excettence, ghee has a remarkable property to assimitate properties of other substance when addaed to it. ln context of shiro manas tocation between sira, tatu i.e, in Mastishka/Mastulunga which is tike semisolid ghtra.Here siddhanta from caraka samhita Sarvadha sarvabhavanam samanyam vridhikaranam c.su..implies that by intake of ghtra wi[[ increase the functions of mastishka..According to modern science, approximatety 60% brain matter consists of fat.myetin sheath that covers communicating neuron composed of 30o/o protein 70% fats.Ghrta is fat. Sarvadha sarvabhavanam samanyam vridhikaranam c.su, by intake of fat increase fat.Ghee has saturated fattyacids in which Omega -3 fattyacid, Omega-6 fattyacids present.some researchers at Hardved university betieve an imbatance of Omega-3 and Omega-6 fattyacid may lead to variety of mentaI disorders inctuding hyperactivity, depression, schizophrenia.Brain is one of main site that ghee acts, onty fat sotuable substance can cross btood brain barrier.ghee EookofAbsfracts i 121
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    • G!obal Ayuweda Festival - 2Al4 lnternatianal $eminar on Ayurveda far Public Health MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES
    • 3,sia] Ayurveda Festivat - 241 4 .ie*aliona! Seminar on Ayurverla fot Public Health 04-oR1 IMPACT OF SUBSTITUION IN HERBAL MARKET ABDUL RA}.{A4AN, HARINI A, P.G SCHOLAR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPT: OF DRAVYA GUNA, SDMCA, HASSAN' KARNATAKA., DARULKARAM HOUSE, ELIPPAKULAM P.O, PALLIKAL, KATTANAM, ALAPPUZHA RAHMAN 7071 @GMAIL. COM Medicinat ptants assumed commercial significance since miItennia, but it is onty during the tast few decades that the significance has increased remarkably with the growing production as wet[ as poputarity of herbat drugs and herbal cosmetics. The recent trend has simuttaneousty ted to a heavy pressure on the medicinal plant resources of the country due to increased unsustainabte exploitation of the same. Many adverse events of herbal medicines can be attributed to the poor quatity of the raw materiats or the finished products. Quatity issues of herbaI medicines can be classified into two categories: externaI and internat. The rigorous imptementation of Good AgricutturaI and Cottection Practices (GACP) and Good Manufacturing Practices (GMP) woutd undoubtedty reduce the risk of external issues. lndia is rich with the three levels of biodiversity i.e., species diversity, genetic diversity, and habitat diversity. The traditional vittage physicians of lndia are using about 4500-5000 species of ptants for medicinal purposes. The annual demand of herbs in the country has been estimated at 3, 19, 500 MT for the year 2005-2006. Amata (Emblica of f icinatis) is the highest consumed botanical raw drug by the domestic herbal industry, exports of tsabgol (Plantago ovatal, Senna (Leaves and pods), Henna (teaves), and Myrobatans (Triphata) account nearty 70To of total exports of ptant raw drug volume. Gtobat and lndian demand has provided an exceltent opportunity for scientificatty cuttivating economicatly important medicinal plants. ln the absence of a desired first choice medicinaI herb, ctassicaI Ayurveda recommends use of functionalty simitar medicinat herb which is catted as a substitute or abhava pratinidhi dravya. Natural sources of medicinat plants are often unabte to meet the demand for popular herbat products. Poputations of many species have timited distribution in their naturaI habitat, requiring conservationaI strategies for protection. Unavaitabitity of such drugs led to the arbitrary substitution in the raw drug market. The concept of substitution prevaited ages back and in Ayurveda we can find this in the treatise of Bhavaprakasha and Yogaratnakara. This paper throws the tight on the concept of substitution given by our preceptors and anatyzes these with the present day prevaiting trend of substitution in the market. 04-oR2 MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES AWANTIKAJAISWAL, . MRIDUL RANAJAN, FI. 5. ffiISFIR,A, K'N. YADAV P.G. SCHOLAR, PH.D. SCHOLAR, P.G. DEPARTMENT OF PANCHAKARMA, IPGT&RA, JAMNAGARLECTURE, PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF DRAVYAGUNA, LHCSTATE I:H[Y53I; Adutteration and substitution are major cause of deterioration of popularity of herbat remedies in gtobat market. As in ancient times, herbs used by Vaidhya's were coltected exctusively from wild. Unavailabitity of a particular drug led to the thought of use of an BookofAbstraets | 124
    • Glabal Avur,teda Festival - 2014 lnternatiana! Semlnar on Atturveda far publk Health abundant herb in place of scarce drug. Concept of substitution for rare drugs evotved for the first time in Bhavaprakash (Mishra varga) and then in Yogaratnakar (Abhava varga 1 .15). Any substance that has been mixed with genuine drug to reduce its quatity, efficacy or may be injurious to health, is said to be adulterant. (Drugs and cosmgtic act 1940, 33E). The future devetopment of analysis of herbs is targety depended upon reliabte methodotogies for correct identification, standardization and quatity assurance of Ayurvedic drugs. This articte throws light on the concepts of techniques adapted to ensure availabitity of pure drugs free from adulterants so that herbat drugs get easy gtobat acceptance. 04-oR3 SCARCITY OF GENUINE RAW HERBS, THEIR SUBSTITUTION AND ADULTERATION - A BURNING ISSUE IN THE FIELD OF AYURVEDA. GOPALAKRISH NAN VALIYAVEETTI L, P G SCHOLAR, P G DEPARTMENT OF DRAVYAGUNA VIJNANA, ALVA's AYURVEDIC MEDICAL coLLEGE, MOODABTDRE, SOUTH CANARA DtST, MANGALORE, KARNATAKA, D RGOPALAKRISH NANAYU@GMAIL. COM Ayurveda - the science of Iife, though has undergone many changes in the course of its long run, sti[[ remains as the mainstay of medical relief to a large population of the Nation. The poputarity of Ayurvedic medicines is increasing and reaching its maximum in this decade. The totaI turnover of its product sale crosses many bittions. But deforestations, extinction of many species, incorrect identification of many plants and lack of expert drug cotlectors leads to scarcity and high cost and in turn [eads to substitution and adutterations. Most of which causes many comptications tike toxicity, side effects, untoward effects or affects the curabitity. This directty affects the poputarity and faith of Ayurvedic medicines. Hence devetopment of analysis of herbs shoutd depend upon retiable methodotogies based on ayurvedic parameters and modern technologies tike TLC, HPLC, HPTLC, GC, AAS, DNA finger printing etc for correct identification, standardisation and quatity assurance of Ayurvedic drugs. Authenticity of raw drugs is very important as far as treatment is concerned. White formulating any Ayurvedic medicines, the availabitity of genuine raw drugs should be the first priority to avoid comptications and to get maximum desired effects. Key words: Raw herbs, Adutterations, substitutions 04-oR4 uTrLrTy oF MtcRopRopAGATtON TECHNTQUES tN GENERATTNG SUBSTITUTE FOR RED.LISTEDMEDICINAL PLANTS HEf RA,4.S PG SCHOLAR, DEPT. OF PG STUDIES IN DRAVYAGUNA VIJNANA, ALVA'S AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE,, MOODBIDRI, MANGALORE, DAKSHINA KARNATAKA, DR.HEERA.MS@GMAIL.COM Over the past decades, medicinat ptants are getting endangered at a rate that exceeds their sustainable yield because of ruinous harvesting practices and over-harvesting for production of medicines, with tittte or no regard to the future. Many medicinal plants are BookafAbstracts i 125
    • Glcba! Ayuveda Festivat - 2A14 intenatianal Seminar an Ayurvada far Public Health atready been in the Red Iist category of IUCN. For threatened medicinaI ptant species cuttivation is a conservation option. lf the demand for these species can be met from cuttivated sources the pressure on the witd populations witt be retieved. Micropropagation is defined as the art and science of muttiptying plants in vitro or it is the asexuat or vegetative propagation (muttiptication) of ptants in vitro.Axittary bud proliferation, Organogenesis and Somatic embryogenesis are the three main techniques inmicropropagation. These tissue culture methods are usefulfor rapid muttiptication of plants which are difficutt to regenerate by conventionaI methods whereseed production is difficutt or seeds do not show proper germination and seedting growth. The apptication of tissue cutture for [arge-scale plant production meant for commercial purposes is wetl demonstrated in the case of severaI crops and horticulture species. Tissue culture protocots have been devetoped for several medicinal plants through various research works, which can serve as substitutes for the endangered naturaI variety. Hence micropropagation hotds a promising answer for sotving the problem of scarcity of medicinal ptants through substitution. Keywords : Red-tisted medicinaI plants, tissue cutture, Substitute, Micropropagation 04-oR5 PROPER PROCEDURES TO PROCURE OPTIMAL CONCENTRATIONS OF PRODUCTS OF GUDUCHI HIMANGSHU BARUAH, SHILPA G. PATIL,,qNANN K. CHAUEhIARY .JUNtOR RES|DENI ASSTSTANT PROFESSOR, DEPT. OF RASA-SHASTRA, BHAUSAHEB MULIK AYURVED MAHAVIDYALAYA, NANDANWAN, NAGPUR, MAHARASTRA,PIN-440009. . PROFESSOR DEPT. OF RASA-SHASTRA, FACULTY OF AYURVEDA, INSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCE, BANARAS HINDU UNIVERSITY, VARANASI, U.P. ANANDAYUBHU@GMAIL.COM, Ayurvedic herbal formutary, the most experienced and exponential medical science of the world, has been a treasure trove for every variation of disease for centuries with its various dosage forms. Ayurveda gives immense importance to the cottection of useful part of raw materiats according to the season to get the desired efficacy. The perennial ctimber Guduchi (Tinospora cordifolia; Family: Menispermeace) is a highty-addressed herb in Ayurvedic materia medica. lt is indicated in diabetes, dyspepsia, jaundice, urinary probtems, skin diseases, chronic diarrhea, dysentery and other conditions, as a singte or compound formulation. ln this study, Jthree easily availabte and transportabte formulations of Guduchi were analyzed for their optimal concentration. Satva, Ghana and Churna of Guduchi were prepared three times in different batches to evatuate the effects of variations in pharmaceutical processing and in anatysis for obtaining good quatity of dosage form. Standardized cotlection and preparation practices from Ayurvedic ctassic texts were utitized to make the three formulations. Guduchi Satva was prepared in three batches with three different sizes of the stem i.e. 2.5-3.0 cm,2.0-2.5 cm & 1.0-1.5 cm' cotlected in the months of November, December & January respectivety. Satva was cottected as per standard procedure from each batch. Guduchi Ghana was prepared in three batches by considering the different proportions of the water, utitizing 4 times, 8 times and 16 times for preparation of Kwath then reheated to get it into sotid form. The quantity of the Ghana has been thought to be directly proportional to the quantity of the water used BookafAbstraels | 12S
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2A14 Internatianal Seminar on Ayurveda far Public Health for preparation of Kwath. Three batches of Guduchi stem with different diameters were collected, dried in sunlight and then powdered to get Guduchi Churna. The preparations of satva yietded 25.129m (1.25%1,33.00 gm (1.67%) and 67.74 gm (3.24%) in three batches respectivety. Ghana preparations yietded 33.33 gm (1.66%),41.69 gm (z.os%) and 50.25 gm (3.12%) respectivety. Churna was directty prepared as above and yietded the highest quantity. SmatI size of the stem (1.0- 1.5 cm) coItected in the month of January gives more yietds. During this phase percentages of starch may be more. The yietd of the Guduchi Satva greatly depends on the size, environment, association and cetlular activities. The quantity of Ghana obtained was directly proportional to the quantity of water used for preparation of Kwath of the drug but not as much as it shoutd have been. 04_oR6 MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES JINDAL MAHESH, KAUR GAGANDEEP, SAROCH VIKAS UG SCHOLAR, 2ND PROF, UG SCHOLAR, zND PROF, SCHOOL OF AYURVEDA, DESH BHAGAT UNIVERSITY, MGG, PUNJAB, INDIA, LECTURER, DEPT. OF RASA SHASTAAND BHAISHAJYA KALPANA, SCHOOL OF AYURVEDA, DESH BHAGAT UNIVERSITY, MANDIGOBIND GARH, PUNJAB, INDIA MAHESHJINDAL2Ol 3@GMAIL.COM Ayurveda is the fastest growing wortd. lncreased use of Ayurvedic products day by day leads to adulteration. Adutteration and Substitution is a major treat in research field on commerciaI natura[ products. Adutteration may be due to deforestation or extinction of many species. Unavaitabitity and price limit atso leads to adutteration and substitution. Concept of substitute can be found in Bhavaprakasha and Yogaratnakara. This articte analyses the trend of Adutteration and Substitution in present days. Adutteration is a practice of substituting origina[ crude drug partiatty or futty with other simitar tooking drug/substance which is either free from chemicaI and therapeutic properties. Substitution is the reptacement of one drug with another having simitar therapeutic properties in non-availabitity of originaI drug. According to W.H.O.(Wortd Heatth O rganisation) guidelines, any batch of raw material has to be rejected which has more than 5% of any other plant part of same plant whether it is derived from authentic ptant. Even in Drugs and Cosmetics Act a motivation step regording adulterated drugs and spurious drugs has been discussed. As the root of Sida cordifolia and the whole ptant of Sida cordifo{ia can be considered. Root has the chemical constituents such as sitoindoside, acytsteryglycoside, white the whote ptant has atkaloid, hydrocarbons, fatty acids and ephedrine. Various extracts of the whote plant showed antibacterial, antioxidant, hypogtycemic, hepatoprotective and cardio tonic activities. Though it is the root which is mentioned as officinalpart of S. cordifolio in the classics as Ealya (promotes strength), Shotahara (reduce inflammation) etc. Modern researches prove that even the aerial parts are also equaIty effective. Keywords Ayurveda, Adutteration, Bhavaparkasha, Drugs and Cosmetics Act Substitution, Yogaratnakara BaokofAbskatls | 127
    • 04-oR7 ,AEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES ISSUES WITH RAW DRUGS IN CLINICAL PRACTICE OF rsM MAI-IgsH MEDICAL OFFICER, GOVT AYURVEDA DISPENSARY, KOTTATHARA, WAYANAD Quatity Dravya, the tool of vaidya for treatment was given prime importance next to Bishak. Since management of diseases using medicines comprise the major part of treatment in Ayurveda, the word Dravya often employs to symbotize drug. The source of Ayurvedic drugs constitute either plant, animal or mineral origin. However plant source constitute about 80% of materials used in this line of treatment. Even though the demand for this indigenous system is increasing, Ayurveda is facing chaltenges from the quatity of raw drugs used in treatment. Most of these confronts remain hidden from the awareness of physicians who practice in this fietd. Lack of positive response in treatment physicians usuatly assume that protong treatment is essentia[ to get result or may be due to wrong diagnosis and wrong setection of treatments. But never think of the quatity of raw drugs used in Recent survey by a centrat body of lndia observed that most of the raw drugs used in Ayurvedic medicine are of substandard quatity. So this is an attempt to make known the issues that tead to low quatity raw drugs which witt undeniabty slowdown the disease curing process. Defects tike Sophistication, Substitution, Admixture' Deterioration, Spoilage, & lnferiority, that found in a survey conducted on different market samptes of raw drugs in different ptaces in lndia witt be discussed in futt paper with retevant facts and examPles' 04-oR8 MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES NEELA}N K.N. DWIVEDI JR II, PROFESSOR DEPTT. OF DRAVYAGUNA, FACULTY OF AYURVEDA I.M.S.B.H.U VARANASI. Medicinat ptants constitute an effective source of traditionat and modern medicine. ln lndia, about 80% of the rural poputation depends on medicinal herbs and/or indigenous system of medicine. Adutterants and substitutes are the common malpractices in herbal law materiaI trade. Adutteration is considered as an intentional addition of foreign substances to increase the weight or potency of the product or to decrease it's cost. lt may be due to- Confusion in vernacular names, Lack of knowtedge about authentic plants, Non avaitabitity, Simitarity in morphotogy, activity, aroma, Careless cotlection and other unknown reasons. Many Substitute Drugs are mention ed in Ayurvedic texts. The principtes to setect substitute drugs based on similarity of properties(Rasa, Guno Virya and Vipaka) but most important factor is therapeutic action(Karma).ln present era number of species in endangered ptant list is increasing very fast. ln this scenario selection of substitute drugs may be the right oPtion. Key words- Ayurveda, Adutteration, Substitute drug. ScckofAbstraels j 128
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - ?il14 lnternatianal Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Heaith .04-oR9 AN OVERVIEW OF ADULTERATION AND SUBSTITUTION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS SONALI GANDHI, ASH0K RAi,tTEKE PG SCHOLAR, HOD, DRAVYAGUNAVIGYANA DEPT, AYURVED MAHAVIDYALAYA, SION, MUMBAI, SONALI.MU NOTl O@GMAI L. COM Medicinal plants constitute a major source of traditionat and modern medicine. With ever increasing demand of medicinaI plants, the suppty is adversety affected, teading to adutteration and substitution. The crude drugs are substituted with the inferior commercial varieties and are use as adutterant which may or may not have any therapeutic potential as that of original drug. The concept of substitution prevaited ages back, and in Ayurveda we can find this in the treatise of Bhavaprakasha and Yogaratnakara. At present adulteration and substitution is a burning problem in herbat industry. lt has caused a major problem in the research on commercial natural products. The deforestation and extinction of many species and incorrect identification of many ptants has resulted in adutteration and substitution of raw drugs. The efficacy and safety of herbal drugs is threatened by insufficient knowledge about practices of adulteration and substitution. lt is therefore important to determine the presence of adulterants and substitutes in herbaI drugs, to standardize and to have quatity control of drugs. Many different procedures are avaitabte for the detection of adulteration and it is better to obtain confirmatory evidences by using as many different means of detection as are available, which witt establish 1)the identity of adulterant and 2)determine the quatity of drug. With better methods for analysis of adutterant and substitute, quatity and safety of herbat medicine can be controtled and regulated to ensure patients safety. There is a need to analyze these concepts with the present trend of adulteration and substitution so that we can adopt the proper me. These presentations will discuss about various aspects of adulteration and substitution and need for its prevention. Keywords: Adulteration, Substitution, Medicinat Ptants. 04-oR10 A CRITICAL STUDY ON ADULTERATION AND SUBSTITUTION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON MARKET SOURCES OF KERALA. VARGHESE THOMAS, . KAVITHA B.M, RAJASEKHAR PG. SCHOLAR, READER, ** HOD DEPT OF DRAVYAGUNA, KVG COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA., K.V.G AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE AND HOSPITAL, AMBATEADKA, SULLIA, D.K, KARNATAKA, THOMASNVARG H ESE@GMAI L. COM Ayurveda is the science which developed up on centuries of deductive reasoning about the universe and its life. Medicinal ptants were an integratpart of the study attthrough its development. lt has included a wide range of ftora under its purview as food and medicine for mankind. Growing poputarity and commercialization has lead to irrational usage and depletion in avaitability of medicinat ptants which lead to its adutteration and BaakofAbstracfs | 129
    • Sicba! Ayurveda Festival - 201 4 ,.le..aticnal Seninar on Ayurveda for Pub/ie Healfh substitution. Adutteration is the process of adding impure, inferior or foreign substances to something. Substitutes are substances which are used or added in place of other substances. This can be either partiatty or fully substituting a medicinaI herb with inferior quatity substances, or it can be adding of an entirely different herb similar to that of original drug. The study focuses on identification of genuine source, adulteration and its sotutions. Samptes of medicinal plants with same vernacutar were coltected from different markets of various parts of Kerala. Preliminary pharmacognosticaI studies were conducted to identify the source of the coltected samptes. Expert opinion was taken regarding the varieties and differences of the source. Pretiminary evatuation of the samples shows differences when compared to the standard morphological characteristics of a specific raw drug. Difference in taste, odour and weight were noticed. Confusion in vernacutar names between indegenious systems of medicine and local diatect add on to the reasons for substitution and adutteration.The resutt of this study suggests that there shoutd be strict observational and experimental methods employed before a raw drug is supptied to the market. Due to reduced avaitabitity of medicinat plants and to meet their ever-growing demand, there is a gap in suppty that leads to adulteration and substitution of genuine materia[. This atso happens unintentionatty due to poor knowtedge of identification, improper co[lection and caretess transportation. So measures have to be taken regarding implementation of medicinat ptant cuttivation and educating peopte about good agricutturaI practices. Keywords: Adutteration, substitution, genuine source.
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festivat - 20I4 lntsrnatianal Seminar on Ayurveda fff Public Health 04-POl A COMPREHENSIVE STUDY ON SUBSTITUTION & ADULTERATION OF MEDICINAL PLANTS ALKA KUSHWAHA, S.B.BAN' MD SCHOLAR, RAJIV GANDHI EDUCATIONAL SOCIETY'S AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, HOSPITAL & PG RESEARCH CENTRE, RON, GADAG, KARNATAKA, READER ; PG DEPT oF DRAVYAGUNA, RGESAMCH & PG RESEARCH CENTRE, RON Ayurveda is a traditional system of lndian medicine with chief utitity and a vast usage of medicinat ptants causing deforestation and extinction of many species and incorrect identification of many ptants has resulted in adulteration and substitution of raw drugs. At present scenario it is the burning problem in herbaI industry and has caused major advancement in the research. The future development of analysis of herbs is targety depended upon reliabte methodologies for correct identification, standardisation and quatity assurance of drugs. Need for Substitution are 1 )Non-avaitabitity of the drug 2)Substitution for Ashtavarga Dravyas (group of 8 crude drugs) 3) Uncertain identity of the drug: For Lakshmana different species such as Arlia quinquefolia, lpomea sepiaria etc are considered. 4)High Cost of the drug: Kumkuma being costty herb is substituted by Kusumbha 5)Geographical distribution of the drug: Rasna (Pluchea lanceolafa) is used in Northern lndia white in southeren parts Alpinia galanga is the source. 6)The adverse reaction of the drug: Vasa is a well known Rakta-Pittahara (cures bteeding disorder) drug, but due to its abortificiant activity its utitity in pregnant women is timited, instead drugs such as Laksha, Ashoka etc are substituted. Substitution of the herbs is the need of the hour with more than 300 medicinal plants becoming red tisted. The most essential criteria for substitution is the PharmacologicaI activity rather than Morphotogy or Phytoconstituents. It provide a greater scope for the physician to utitize herbs that are easily avaitable, cost effective and most appropriate for the ctinicat condition. Adutteration is substituting originat crude drugs partiatty or whotty with other simitar tooking substances having low or inferior chemicaI or therapeutic property. lt is a debasement of an article motivated intentionatty or accidentty for commercial purpose to get profits. 04-PO2 LIGHT ON PHARMACOGNOSY OF ASTHI SHRINKALA A USEFUL DRUG IN AYURVEDA CHITHAJALLU BHASKAR RAO P.G. SCHOLAR, DEPARTMENT OF DRAVYA.GUNA S.J.G.A.M,C, KOPPALA, KARNATAKA, BRAO. DR@GMAIL.COM Ayurveda the science of life considers chikitsachatuspadas play a major role in the treatment of a disease. The drug i.e. the oushadais one among them, which is the toot for a chikitsaka and ptays major rote in Ayurveda. ln present era the ftora and fauna of the wortd has reduced markedly causing extension of few species of ptants and animats, leading to non - availabitity of certain ptant and animal drugs. Due to these reasons the present pharm companies go in for adulteration or substitution of the drug, in [ong run these adutterant and substitute drugs take the place of the main drug, leading to confusion regarding the authentic drug. Pharmacognosy is a branch of biotogical science which deats with various BoakafAbstraeis | 131
    • GlobalAyuiveda F*stlual - !S?4 intamatiaftal Seminar cn .Ayur.eda f*r P*blle Health techniques of ptant identification through its macroscopic and microscopic characters, various chemicaI tests, etc. The macroscopic tests inctudes organoleptic characters like taste, odour, appearance etc. the microscopic study includes various ce[[ structural components which are viewed under various resotutions in a microscope. Various chemicaI components of the plant tike alkatoids, tannins, etc. are determined using chemical tests. Asthishrinkata a very famous drug in cases of Asthi bhagna is being used widely by Ayurveda and fotktorepractioners. ln the present paper an attempt has been made to describe and demonstrate the various methods through which a drug can be authentifiedpharmacognosticatywith the hetp of Asthishrinkala as an example. Keywords : Asthi shrinkata, Pharmacognosy. 04-PO3 NAGAPUSHPA. A SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES DESPTI-II V.J, FRAKASH L.I{EGilg POSTGRADUATE SCHOLAR, PROFFESSOR AND HEAD, DEPARTMENT OF DRAVYAGUNA, SHRI DHARMASTHALA MANJUNATHESWARA COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA AND HOSPITAL, B.M.ROAD, THANNIRUHALLA, HASSAN573201, KARNATAKA, DEEPSVJl 3@GMAIL.COM Ayurveda is an ancient natural healing system where more than 600 medicinal plants are inctuded as drugs those are used either atone or in combination with each other to alleviate the disorders. This paper focuses on the adulteration and substitution of the drug Nagapushpa (Mesua ferrea Linn). Nagapushpa is a haemostatic drug and is anti- inftammatory. lt is included one among the Chaturjata. The most common adulterants used as Nagapushpa are ftowers of Punnaga (Catophyttum inophytlum Linn), Tamatapatra (Cinnamomum tamala Nees & Eberm) and the substitute mentioned is Padmakesara (Crocus sativus Linn). ln this paper the comparison of the karmas of the substitute drug with its effect and the difference between the selected drug with the adutterants are inctuded. Acharya Vagbhata explained Pratinidhi dravyas (substitutes) when there is unavaitabitity of any particular drug during preparation of a compound. One should try to get another drug having similar potency interms of rasa, guna, veerya and vipaka. Detaited description regarding Pratinidhi dravyas can be traced from Iexicons such as Bhavaprakasha, Yogaratnakara and Bhaishajya Ratnavati. This work is a prime necessity to compare the drugs with a whote aspect, which goes inhand with a holistic approach of Ayurveda, "Treat the man as whole-Take the drug as whote." 04-PO4 ATTVTSA (ACONTTUM HETREOPHYLLUM)-WITH SPECIAL FOCUS ON ADULTERANTS AND SUBSTITUTES RINI SAiA SUsAN, PRAKASH L-HHGFF POSTGRADUATE SCHOLAR, PROFFESSOR AND HEAD, DEPARTMENT OF DRAVYAGUNA, SHRI DHARMASTHALA MANJUNATHESWARA COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA AND HOSPITAL, B.M.ROAD, , THAN N I RUHALLA, HASSAN 573201, KARNATAKA, RI N ISAMSUSANS9@GMAI L, COM Ayurveda, the indigenous system of medicine is an integral part of lndian culture. Herbal drugs have been in use for centuries by our ancient acharyas for preventing and curing i::':'Abstracls j 131
    • GlobalAyrtrireda Festival - 2Al4 lnternaflanal Seminar an Ayurveda tor Public Health various ailments. ln the present era, people are sti[l. attached towards these treatment modalities because of its preventive and cost effective advantages. Adutteration and substitution have become a burning probtem in the herbat industry and have caused major threat in the research and ctinicaI aspects ofAyurveda. The concept of substitution prevaited ages back and in Ayurveda, references are there in treaties tike Bhavaprakasa and Yogaratnakara. Here, in this paper hightights the substitutes and adulterants used in ATIVISA (Aconitum hetreophyItum WaIt.Cat.)/ lndian atees, which is an herbal drug known for its important medicinaI property is given. Musta (Cyperus rotundus Linn), Haritaki(Curcuma [onga Linn)are the substitutes mentioned due to the unavaitabtitity of Ativisa and Shatavari (Asparagus racemosa Wittd), Nirvisha(Detphinium denudatum Watt) are the drugs used as adutterants for Ativisa. lntentionaty or unintentionatly the substitution and adutteration happens in herbal industry and due to this adutteration faith in herbal drugs has dectined and it has become a great drawback in promotion of herbal products. Now a days, Ayurvedic drug industries fotlow high quatity standard using modern techniques and instruments to maintain the quatity and based on that the adutteration is to be rejected, Also the supptiers and traders shoutd be educated about the harmfuI effects caused due to adulteration and substitutes, if any. Keywords : Substitutes, Adulterants, Ativisha 04-PO5 CONCEPT OF ADULTERATION AND SUBSTITUTION ACCORDING TO ANCIENT AND CURRENT TRENDS SWAPNIL A. RAVERKAR , MEENAL D. LAD, SWAPNIL, A" RAVERKAR, MD SCHOLAR, HEAD & PROFESSOR OF DRAVYAGUNA, COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA AND RESERCH CENTER NIGAD, PUNE, GLORIOUS_SWAPNILlOl@YAHOO.CO.IN ln modern era most of people from atl over the wortd are diverted towards ayurveda due to side effects of synthetic medicines, as a resutt demand of ayurvedic drugs is increasing day by day. Adutteration and substitution of medicinat plant is big and burning issue in ayurvedic industry . Deforestation and lack of knowtedge of identification of many plants resutts in adutteration and substitution of raw drugs. From Laghutrai period substitution of medicinat plants were started in practice .ln ancient ayurvedic text Bhavprakash Nighantu 'Vargaprakaran' deats with 'Pratinidhi dravyas' i.e..substitution of medicinaI drugs . ln present research work Iiterary study of the same is carried out .The details witt be presented in the paper. Key words-: Ayurvedic drugs, Adutteration, Substitutes Eaak af Abstracls j ?3,3
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    • I a J GlabelAyvrveda Festival - ZAi 4 lfttematiafial Seminar on Ayurveda far Public H*alth 05-oRl ROLE OF AYURVEDA tN D|ET OF VRANTTA (WOUNDED PAT|ENTS) W.S.R TO BRIHATTRAYI AISHWARY P. SUPEKAR B.S.D.T.'S AYURVED MAHAVIDYALAYA, VISHWASHANTIDHAM A/P WAGHOLI, TAL - HAVELI, DIST - PU NE. 41 2207. STATE .MAHARASHTRA, I N DIA, AI SHWARY-SU PEKAR@YAHOO. CO. I N Wound is one such condition which everyone in this world goes through many a times in [ife. Smatt abrasions, contusions, lacerations, incised and penetration wounds, haematomas, crush injuries, post-operative wounds, diabetic and cancerous wounds, non heating ulcers to large degloving injuries, a[[ come under its spectra. Considering onty chronic ulceration of lower [imb, its prevatence is 1.9% to 13.'1%. The U.S. spends more than S3 bittion per year on care of non heating wounds. This gives us an overatI view of the severity of wounds. Even after proper treatment &. maintaining post-operative hygiene and care many patients round the gtobe die due to its comptications. Athought shoutd be given about the dos and don'ts in this condition. Ayurveda has a minute and detailed study of the diet to be fotlowed and avoided by Vranitas (wounded patients). Thus it is the need of time to review the ancient text of Ayurveda from this point of view. Athrough [iterature review from "Brihattrayi" regarding the diet to be fottowed and avoided by Vranitas (wounded patients)., A compiled data regarding this witt be put forth. , An attempt witt be made to determine the thought process behind this., A compited data regarding the diet to be foltowed and avoided by Vranitas (wounded patients) as totd in "Brihattrayi" witl be obtained., An attempt wittbe made to find the thought process in Ayurveda behind the dietary view regarding this. A compited view of Ayurveda (Brihattrayi) about the diet to be fotlowed by Vranitas (wounded patients) witt be determined. 05-oR2 EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF DISCIPLINED REGULAR DIET ON DISEASES OF PUREESHVAHA SROTAS AtrlOL BAPURAO JADI-IAV, ROYANA SINGI-|, K N SlNGF| JUNIOR RESIDENT III, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPTT. OF RACHANA SHARIR, FACULTY OF AYURVEDA, IMS, BHU. Beneficiat references concerning with disciptined diet are mentioned in Ayurveda viz; in Charak Samhita, Sushruta Samhita, Yoga Ratnakara and Sharandhara Samhita. Therefore a diet was formulated convenient for mice as, disciptined regular diet containing the "Vitepii and "Rasayana". Mice for the study were divided in five Groups as follows; Group l: were fed with disciptined diet throughout the experiment. Group ll: constipation was induced and tab diet was provided. Group lll: diarrhea was induced and tab diet was given. Group lV: constipation was induced but disciptined control diet was given. Group V: in this group diarrhoea was induced but disciptined diet of control group was given. Histotogical changes were observed after 15days. lt was observed that Gr. ll & Gr.lll showed [arge ulcers some superficiaI as wett deep reaching the muscular layer, infiltration Baoko{Abstracfs i 735
    • lirililll1uM{1ilil411ll/flurrMr@ fiem]ual - 2814 rilllnmmlrlsltllilrm$ $umrr crn Awrveda for Publie Health oif metrtrophiI was more in comparison to Gr. lV and V, btunting of the vitti as we[[ as [oss of vilti compared than Gr. lV & Gr. v respectively. Thus, it can be suggested that maintenance of the disciptined diet as mentioned in "Charak Samhita" facititates better healing to the intestina[ mucosa injury induced both in constipation as well as diarrhea. Key words : Ayurveda, Disciptined regutar diet, Vilepi, Rasayana, Histotogy. 05-oR3 A REVIEW ON DIETETICS IN AYURVEDA V. R. C tIA KRAVA RTHY" N ATHAM U N I, C I.i . R.AV I KUiAA R PG SCHOLAR, HEAD OF THE DEPARTMENI DRAVYAGUNA, DR B.R.K.R GOVT.AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, HYDERABAD, DR.CHAKRAVARTHY.NVR@GMAIL.COM. Food is the essential component for tiving a healthy tife. This food has been said as Mahabhaishajya by Acharya Kashyapa and is ptaced in Triopastambhas (Nidra, Ahahara, Brahmachar- -ya) in ancient ctassics because of its great importance. The importance of food is not only confined for maintenance of health, but also it has much more prominence in management of various Patho-PhysiotogicaI conditions and those retated with Psychotogical aetiology also. ln the present era, peopte are witling to know about the Dietetics as they are getting awareness about the importance of Food and Nutrition in maintenance of good heatth, and prevention of diseases. The present work is about Aahara(Contemporary Food) for Ashtavidha Prakriti individuats Vata, Pitta, Kapha, 3 Dwandwaja prakritis -Vata-Pitta, Vata-Kapha, Pitta-Kapha, Sannipataja prakrithi and Sama prakrithi.The Sama prakriti daily regimen includes "shashtika shati dhanya, Mudga, saindhava, Amalaka, Yava, Aantariksha jala, Ksheera, Ghrita, Jangata mamsa, Madhu". The above mentioned food can be taken as Balanced diet regimen according to Ayurveda which shoutd be foltowed by every individual to maintain ftourishing tife. 05-oR4 BALANCED DIET ACCORDING TO AYURVEDA KUMAR HErlitANT, KISHORE DUSHYANT, KOTECHA,,ttTA, NATHANT SUfitT P.G SCHOLAR, ASST PROF, LECT DEPT OF P.G. STUDIES IN DRAVYA GUNA, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDA, JAIPUR RAJASTHAN, DUSHYANTKISHOREl 1@GMAIL.COM, MITA@AYU. IN, SUMITNATHANI24@GMAIL. COM, Aahar, nidra & Brahamcharya are Tri upstambh . out of these Aahar ptay dominant rote. Ayurveda the holistic medical science of lndia described serveral types of food & food intake principles for promotion of heatth & Prevention of disease. For better life balanced diet is must . Lack of batanced diet leads to matnutrition. About 50%of chitdhood deaths are attributed to matnutrition. ln ayurvedic context atl Acharyas accepted the concept of balanced diet . lN MATRASITIYADHARY Achary Charak etaborates the importance of balanced diet. This research paper wit[ exptore the same. Key words : Ayurveda, malnutrition, Balanced diet t i { Eact af Abstracls I f36
    • 0labal Ayurveda Festiva! - 2A1 4 lnternational ,Seinlnar on Ayurveda for Psblic Health 0s-oR5 AMRUTHAM NUTRIMIX- A PRODUCT OF KUDUMBASHREE . AN OVER ALL ASSESSMENT RlJl HARI, REJADHETSF{ A4, TRFAN p K, LUBNA; SUi EELA K i{ DEPARTMENT OF FOoD SCTENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, UNTVERSTTy OF CALTCUI KERALA The study entitted "Amrutham Nutrimix- A product of kudumbashree an over a[[ assessment" is proposed to carryout the qualitative anatysis of the 'Amrutham' nutrimix supplement which are being manufactured in different units of Kozhikode district under the control of Kudumbashree Mission office with an objective to assess the hygienic practices maintained in the units and atso to carry out a comparative study of the nutrient components with that of its labeted values and also with the required amount of nutrients as suggested by ICMR (2011). ln addition, the moisture content and the microbiaI toad of the product have also been determined as a part of the study.As 'Amrutham nutrimix' is the one and only supplementary product which is manufactured authenticatly under the control of Kudumbashree Mission, this was identified as the potentiat sample of the study. The samptes needed for the study were cottected from 10 different units of Kozhikode district. Laboratory anatysis of the product gave the actual vatues of the major nutrients viz. protein, vitamin C, and vitamin A, which came under the purview of this study. The maximum possible score which can be obtained for the hygienic practices is 4. overatl score for att the hygienic practices maintained in different units inctuding the conditions of new machines were computed and the results of the same showed that the highest score was 2.42 f ol,lowed by 2.29 and 2.24 . The study also proved that there existed significant difference between the hygienic practices maintained within each unit. Moisture content of the product fett in the range of 2.0 and 6.8. With regard to moisture content most of the samples possessed a value that was at par with their labeted values. lt is very informative to note that the resutts atso proved the influence of moisture on the growth of microbes in the product by showing that the products having the highest moisture content have had traces of microbes in it. The major nutrients considered forthis studyviz. protein, vitamin C and vitaminAwere also anatysed in the same samples which possessed highest and lowest moisture content. Nutrient content of these two samples was found to be far betow the RDA recommended by ICMR (2011). Protein content of sampte was only 18.72 as against the labeted value of 35.685. lt was 1.53 mg for vitamin C as against 31 mg (tabeted vatue). No labeted vatue of Vitamin A was observed on packets and the vatues for this vitamin was analysed as 2.68 mg/1009 for this sample. But the difference was not worth mention when the actuat values and the RDA were statisticatly compared. Hygienic practices maintained in the units were found to be satisfactory. Moisture content of atI the samples except that cottected from the unit 'Anugraha' in Perambra was in the range of accepted [eve[. Microbial load was detected onty in the product which possessed highest moisture content. Presence of microbes was not to any significant Ieve[, and statisticaI anatysis showed a positive correlation between moisture content and microbial load of the samptes. The major nutrients present in the sample viz. protein, vitamin C and vitamin A were analysed and the actual values obtained were not on par with the vatues tabetted on the packets. But statisticaI anatysis faited to iltustrate any significant difference. Corretation of different variables anatysed showed that there existed a positive corretation between Hygienic Essk o/.Abstracts I l3l
    • practices and Vitamin C content of the sampte, but the correlation was not noteworthy with other two nutrients viz. protein and vitamin A. Protein and Vitamin A in the samptes had a positive corretation with the vatues obtained for its moisture content. Hygienic practices negativety corretated with the microbial load of the sampte. Confirmation with RDA showed values of atl nutrients fatting far behind, but statisticatly not to any remarkabte extent. 'Amrutham nutrimix' is not a product of Iow quatity. lt in fact contains many nutrients that a chitd ought to have for its growth and devetopment. Being a supplementary food, it was observed to provide att the nutrients needed not only for the chitd but to att vutnerable groups inctuding pregnant tadies and lactating mothers. This study throws tight on the importance of developing fault free technotogies for the manufacturing of supptementary foods and stresses the need for preparing safe food for this age group, and also the essentiatity of adapting appropriate measures of introducing weaning/supplementary foods at the right time in right quatity and quantity. 05-oR6 THE CONCEPT OF VIRUDDHA AHARA IN AYURVEDA SHASTRA KAVERI C. HIREi,{ATH DIRECTOR, AMARTHYA AYURVEDIC HEALTH CARE, R.M.O., CHARAKASUSHRUTA FOUNDATION FOR SOCIAL INFORMATION, 7TH MAIN, 6TH CROSS PJ EXTENTION, DAVENGERI, H I REMATH l OKAVERI @GMAI L. COM. Diet ptays an important role in our life. A balanced food is a must to maintain disease free, good heatth. Heatthy and balanced diet takes care of one's life styte, cutture and geography. Depending on the season combination of food ingredients vary. Some contents present in the food comptement each other. Ayurveda ctarifies how some diet and their combinations create benign effects or damage the human body causing doshas . According to Ayurveda certain diet & combination of two or more substances of food having no affinity for each other produce toxins in the metabolism procedure. The toxins are produced because of opposite properties present in them. Such incompatibte diet is catled Viruddha Aahar. The concept of Viruddha Aahar is a unique to Ayurveda system. The food that has improper combinations or is wrongty processed is calted Viruddha Aahaar. Atso, a time, season and quantity have their impact. Certain foods not consumed at a right time of a day (kaata), season(ritu) and proper quantities(matra) can atso be classified as Virruddha ahara. This paper addresses modern food habits and cooking recopies variety of compatibte and non compatibte dietary activities consumed in today's day today tife and their effect on heatth. 05-oR7 DIETARY CODE DESCRIBED IN DIFFERENT PHASES OF WOMEN MANJUNATHA. D V.N.K.USHA P G scHoLAR' PRoFEssoR AND HoD' DcEf[Jf[il'?'r;S::tlll^''f'[fii^i:il:l^'^lf.t'1i Aahara is considered as one among the trayopastambha in ayurveda. Pathya is a synonym of aushadha. " Aahara shuddhau satva shuddhi" (chandhignyopanishadh). Satva is a synonym of manas. " saumanasya garbha dharana"(charaka samhitha sutrasthana). 3;;t 3; Abstracls i i3S
    • Glabal Ayurveda Festival - 201 4 ifiteffiatiaftal ,9emlnar on Ayurveda for Fublie Heallh Aahara is a basis of rasa and manas. lt forms both manasika and shareerika doshas. lt increases bala, varna, swara, compactness and much more. lf the aahara is taken in less content leads to deficiency of nutrition, hormone etc, and also if it is taken in more quantity produces aama leads to disease. Both may be common in women, so proper diet advice shoutd be given to women in every phase. She undergo various phases such as menarche, pre-menstrual phase, pregnancy, post partum period, menopause. Women do more compromises speciatty food in her routine [ife, So special care should be taken to maintain her heatth as we[[ as the we[[ being of future. Garbhadhana avastha, garbhini, soothika etc, are mentioned, When the same time pathya is atso advised. The food indicated in garbhadhana is meant for pittavardhaka, aarthava janana dravya like masha, taita. As garbha is made of shad dhathu, the food stuff containing att the panchamahabhutha and chethana should be recommended in a particular matra and kata (astvidha vidha aahara aayathana). ln pregnancy madhura aahara, ksheera, gritha, madhu, navaneetha, dadhi, mamsa rasa are mentioned to improve the bata, varna, swara, samhanan, agni and so on of both garbhini and shishu. A speciaI diet is advised to get a baby of choice. i.e. worrier baby and many more. ln soothika garbhashaya shodhaka, vatanulomana, ksheera janana, aarthava janana dravya as a diet has been advised in yonivyapadh and certain diseases. Above said stages of stree changes occur at physicat, psychologicaI and hormona[ [eve[. 05-oR8 PRODUCT DIVERSIFICATION IN BILIMBI, AN UNDEREXPLOITED FRUIT OF KERALA RtJt HARI, TRFAN p K, NASLA p, REJADHEESH ii, SUMEELA K M DEPARTMENT OF FOOD SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, UN|VERStTy OF CAL|CUI KERALA lndia, with its variety of plant species and geomorphic richness tend to waste a large percentage of its fruits and vegetabtes inctuding those which are highty underexploited. Many of the fruits are either highty underutilized or underexptoited. Bitimbi, is one such fruit with high nutritive vatue and is seen everywhere in Kerala. So this study entitted "Product diversification in Bilimbi, an underexploited fruit of Kerala" is proposed to devetop various diversified products out of this fruit. The products developed were wine, syrup, squash, pickte and toffee. The different methods apptied for processing were fermentation, pickling, dehydration and caramelization. Major chemicat and nutrient contents [ike pH, acidity, tannin, TSS (Totatsolubte Sotids), atcoholand vitamin C were analysed. ThehighestvitaminCcontentwasfoundinthecaseofwine(21.73m9l100g) and lowest was observed in syrup with 5.26 mg/100g. Among the products toffee has thehighestpHcontentwithavalueof 3.11. ThepHofotherproductsrangedinbetween 2.32 and 2.66. Acidity was assessed in wine and pickte and the vatues were observed as 0.396 and 0.819 per cent respectivety while the alcohol and tannin content of wine was observed as 3.6 per cent and 0.09m9/100m1 respectively. Anatysis of Organoleptic attributes showed that wine scored the highest for taste; wine, syrup and toffee for appearance and toffee and wine for colour. For ftavour attribute, it was the wine which scored the highest, whereas with regard to the texture/consistency, squash, syrup and pickte bagged the first position. OveratI acceptabitity of the products developed were Sook of4bslracfs I 139I
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 201 4 intetnationa! S*mlnar on Ayurveda far Public Health atso assessed on the basis of their p-value. The highest overalI acceptabitity is gone for wine (0.99) and lowest was observed for syrup (0.07). 05-oR9 IMPORTANCE OF SPICES IN DAY TO DAY LIFE 5 N V NEERAJA D, YASMIN, M.PARAiAKUST.IA RA*, B.SITARAiIT PG SCHOLAR, PG SCHOLAR, HOD & PROFESSOR, PROFESSOR, DEPT OF DRAVYA GUNA, S V AYU RVEDIC COLLEGE, TI RU PATI - 5 1 7501, N EERAJA.AYU R999@GMAI L. COM Nutrition is the nourishment of body with healthy food.Batanced diet taken regutarty is usefuI in promoting good physicat and mental heatth. The objective of ayurveda is to maintain the heatth of swasthya and cure the diseases of aatura.Ayurveda defines swasthya or arogya as the state of equitibrium of atl the constituents of the body, mind and sou[. Aswastha is the state of an imbatance or toss of harmony.As per kashyapa ahara is mahoushadha, i.e food is itsetf a medicine . Food is to be taken according to the persons agni and bata. There are various ayurvedic dietetics which are mentioned in the classics for both swastha aand aatura .ln ayurvedic classsics acharyas described the process of cooking food property with atI the cereats, putses, vegetables and with spices .ln the food recepies, Ayurveda as wetl as lndian traditions recommend the use of various spices or condiments white cooking .As perAyurvedic ctassics spices have been attributed with properties tike taste enhancers, food relishers, siatogogues, digestion promoters, appetizers, carminatives .spices also possess comptimentary therapeutic vatues tike anti -diabetic, anti arthritic, hypotipidemic, anti tussive, anti inftammatory anti spasmodics, anti diarrhoeats . Att these properties support the digestion, metabolism, assimitation, transportation and distribution of food to the body tissues .spices possess good antioxidants which combats with the free radicals produced in our body and hetpfuI in prevention of diseases such as cancer, atzhemiers, diabetes, obesity, atheroscleros. Spices are also used as naturaI food preservatives.spices bring out natural taste of cuisines .spices are not to be used in large quantities .Excessive usage of spices is narmfuI to the body which may lead to panic and convutsions .There are many spices nrhich we use daity in our food tike pepper, fennel seeds, cumin seeds, cinnamomum, eta, .avanga, lasuna, haridra, chitties, corriander, ginger, pippati. These spices are added to ,ood in smatl quantities to make it not onty deticious but also to enhance the properties sf food. ln ayurveda these spices are used as medicines in sma[[ quantities because of their varied pharmacotogical properties. The presenting paper discusses about the lrnportance of spices in day to day life and their therapeutic significance' 05-oR10 DIETARY MANAGEMENT OF HYPERTENSION RATTC s{JOIP?, ffCIrFctd.4 n4rr P.G. SCHOLAR, P.G. SCHOLAR, LECT, AS5O.PROF., DEPT. OF P.G. STUDIES IN DRAVYA GUNA, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDA, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN, DR.NIVESH229@GMAIL.COM, SUDI PT@GMAIL. COM, MITA@AYU. I N Hypertension has become a common heatth probtem due to current sedentary tife styte i^d food habits. This disease is directty not described in Ayurvedic texts but can be :s:.acfs I 140
    • Gtobal Ayurveda Festival - 2014 lnteffiatianal Seminar an Ayurveda far Publit Health correlated with many conditions. ln pathogenesis, the involvement of different Vata (Vyana, Udana and Prana), Rakta and Medasa are generalty found. These factors are invotved in pathogenesis in the sense of Avaraka - Avrita and Rakta as in impure form (Raktapradosha). ln Ayurveda, high btood pressure is the result of imbatance in two doshas. These doshas are pitta and vata. Ayurvedic treatment for high BP aims at batancing these doshas. Sometime an imbalance in kapha too can tead to hypertension. Atong with herbal treatment, Ayurveda stresses on a healthy batanced diet, heatthy lifestyte, yoga and meditation for the treatment of high btood pressure. A healthy diet is the main reason for optimat heatth and att disease start due to faulty diet. During earty stages of the problem, diet and [ifestyte changes are usually sufficient to comptetety normatize blood pressure. Astrict dietary regimen is important to seek earty treatment from high blood pressure. Even in advanced stages, when high blood pressure accompanies serious diseases, appropriate diet is advised in conjunction with drugs. 05 - oR 11 NUTRITION AND DIETICS IN AYURVEDA SANDHYARANI ,B ,S, J R JOSHI PG SCHOLAR, PROF. & HOD DEPT. OF MOULIKA SIDDANTHA, AYURVEDA MAHAVIDYALAY HUBLI Ayurveda is an ancient science which tells us prevention is better than cure. For that we need to nourish our body with good nutritious food. The nourishment of bodity tissues is possible only through a batanced and nutritious diet. A batanced diet is responsible for the growth of living human body. Att the edible substances which can be termed as food materiaI are a part of diet. The diet which is fresh and with normal color, smel[, taste and touch is essentiaI and is known as the'Prana'or tife force of att the tiving beings in the universe. The sequeI of tife is reiterated or maintained by proper balanced diet, white fasting leads to a breach in this sequel and hence diet is known as'Prana'. Diet imparts physicat and psychologicaI strength, good complexion and heatthy developed bodity tissues. The Mana(mind), lndriya (sense organs)are also reptenished by food. Att these and other benefits are acquired from a heatthy and batanced diet which is eaten in a proper manner foltowing certain basic rutes and regutations. ln Ayurveda some principtes are described which need to be scrutinized before consuming any kind of diet. A batanced and nutritious diet which is atso in accordance with the factors mentioned herein hetps in proper growth and nourishment of the bodity tissues. These are Prakruti, Karan, Kata, Desha, Sanyoga, Rashi, Upayoganiyam and Upayokta. White eating att the factors shoutd be considered and diet should be according to these only.ln Ayurveda, diet is an art and science that are considered in multipte holistic aspects [ike nutritive value, effect on body and its various parts, effect on emotions, feeling and mind, the spirituat quatities. Other factors tike individuaI choice, dietary incompatibilities, seasonal, geographic, ctimatic and pathologicaI considerations are anatyzed in depth.Ayurvedic dietetics has everything - the principles and practices of ayurvedic nutrition, diet. The materials are been coltected from the main texts of Ayurveda namety Charak samhita, Sushrut samhita, Astangh hrudaya. Astang sangraha, Bhagavata Geeta, Upanishad and from some modern texts and from website. Diet imparts physicat and psychotogicat strength, good complexion and heatthy developed bodity tissues. A batanced and nutritious diet hetps in proper BookafAbslracts | 141
    • ,r r - il'ir{.liuifin :e$trie -Jlj".f mrnlrultlllllill/ttlllrlllllllltr iunnmrrm' Dr J/iiLlrrgrs far P ubl i c H e alth lilrtMrMl! amrd nourishment of the bodity tissues Ayurvedic diet means so much more than fillomrmng weight-it is a diet to maintain heatth not only for the body but also the Mind & Sou[ to connect you deepty to Mother Nature. 05 - oR 12 CONCEPT OF AGNI AND AMA W.R.S. TO GUT FLORA AND LEAKY GUT SYNDROME SAR|TA (JintSHRAl TtWARy, RttDRA pRATAp TtWARy SENIOR RESIDENI M.D. PANCHAKARMA 2ND YEAR (DEPARTMENT OF PRASUTI TANTRA tNST|TUTE OF MEDTCAL SCTENCES B.H.U. VARANAST) Long before modern nutritional science emerged in the west, Ayurveda had devetoped highty evolved and profound system of medicine that provide a complete code and conduct about life styte that is hetpfutto maintain heatth of heatthy one and to cure the disease person. Concept of Agni is very important for maintenance of heatth as welI as in pathogenesis of disease. Acharyas has described Agni as root cure of body. proper functioning of Agni causes life, complexion, strength, health, nourishment, lusture, oja, teja and prana, When Agni get vitiated the whote metabotism in body would get disturbed, resulting in itt heatth and disease and after stoppage of function ofAgni the individuat dus. lmproper functioning ofAgni ahs been considered as root cause of ail the disease. Because improper functioning ofAgni leads to formation of vitiated doshas, dhatus and Ama . Ama is considered as initiat cause of disease process. ln modern medicaI science the two emerging concepts are gut ftora and teaky gut syndrome very simitar to some functional concept of Agni and Ama. These two modern concepts covers only part of function ofAgni and Ama but hetp to understand the pittar concept ofAyurveda on cetlutar tevel by giving direct experimentaI evidence. Atteration in gut ftora and teaky gut syndrome gained attention in various type of disease pathogenesis. ln present study there two concepts witl discussed in tight of Ayurvedic concept of Agni and Ama which are the base of good heatth and pathogenesis of any disease. ROLE OF AAHAR & VIHARA IN OBESITY 05-oR13 sF{ACHI P.DTSAI, RENI.JKA R. GAYAI-, PROF,& HOD. DEPT, OF KAYACHIKITSA, B.S.DT.'S AYURVED COLLEGE, VISHWASHANTIDHAM, KESNAND ROAD, WAGHOLI, PUNE 412707, SHACHIDESAI.I6@GMAIL.COM A long & heatthy life is wish of every human being since time immemoriat. Ayurveda is science of tife with aim of attaining heatth & curing diseases. ln era of modernization fautty dietary habit & sedentary tife styte plays important rote in genesis of tife styte disorders like Obesity, DM, metabotic disorders. WHO has described Obesity as one of the todays most neglected pubtic heatth problem affecting every region of gtobe. WHo estimated that by 2013,75% of the deaths wilt be due to tife styte disorder. Obesity reached epidemic proportion in lndia in 21st century.The gtobatconcern is now concentrated on the tifestyte corretation in such condition which mainly inctude food & regimen. Ayurveda has mentioned a comptete code of conduct with respect to daily regimen in which Aahar is given prime importance. (Trayopstambha ). There are sets of rutes for i:c, :! AbStraCtS tl 142 f { i I i t
    • GlobalAyurueda Festivat - 7frI4 fntematiaftal Sefiinar 0$ Lyurveda for Public Health taking food mentioned in ayurvedic texts.Hence by adapting the codes mentioned in ayurvedic texts; one can definitety put a fight against the upcoming tife styte disorder 05-oR14 AYURVEDIC REVIEW OF DIET AND DIETETICS IN THE PREVENTION AND PROMOTION OF HEALTHY LIFE SHITAL O. CHAVAN, YESHWANT R. PATIL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, PROFESSOR AND HEAD, DEPT. OF SWASTHVRITTA, GOVERNMENT AYURVED COLLEGE, VAZIRABAD, NANDED, 431601, M.S, INDIA. DRSHITALCHAVAN@GMAIL.COM ln the present scenario of 21st century greater emphasis has been given on preventive and promotive aspects of heatth. We understand the usage of one basic need of our life i.e food. The food is an important factor for every human being to attain a good heatth. ln Ayurveda there is description of three sub pitlar of tife. Among them Diet has been given foremost importance. The food is an important factor for every human being to attain a good heatth. But the same food can atso act as poison if not taken wisety, due to busy [ifestyle, irregular diet habit; this kind of negtigence regarding a heatthy food teads to numbers of diseases are increasing day by day. How food can ptay an important role in maintenance of good physicat, mentat, sociaI and spirituat heatth witt be wetI elaborate in futl paper and atso at the time of presentation. Keywords: food, heatth, diet, sub pittar of Life. 05 - oR ls MEDICINAL PLANTS AS FOOD.AN AYURVEDIC PREVENTIVE HEALTHCARE YOGESH H. DEsAI, R.AVIKRfSHNA, T ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, PROFESSOR AND HEAD, DEPARTMENT OF DRAVYAGUNAS.D.M.COLLEGE OFAYURVEDA, UDUPI, KARNATAKA., S.D.M.COLLEGE OFAYURVEDA, KUTHPADY.574,118, UDUPI,, R.G. U. H.S. KARNATAKA DR.YOGU@YAHOO. IN The sages ofAyurveda exptained about the Aushadha dravyas as wetl as Ahara dravyas elaborately. They [isted many medicinat ptants atong with the vegetabtes as Ahara dravyas but the use of those are becoming rare now-a-days. We have to cotlect, identify and anatyse these dravyas and imptement in present scenario as preventive and curative purpose from every corner of the gtobe. During the fotktore survey conducted in the costal Karnataka, we observed that peopte are using medicinal plants as food in their daity tife in the form of tambali or chutney routinety. They use tocalty avaitabte ptant species like Alternanthera sessilis, Eclipta alba, Cassia occidentalis, Cossia sophera, Centella asiatica, Bacopa monnieri, etc according to its seasonal avaitabitity. The selection of these species on every day acts on different tissue systems of the body and prevents the disease. Here we witl discuss about such medicinatly usefut ptant species, their properties, preventive aspects, method of cotlection, preparation, cuttivation and propagation in detail. Key words- medicinal ptant, food, tambali, chutney, cuttivation and propagation. BaakofAbskacts I 143
    • i,,@,e JilrJ,r-dcda Fe,sdmt - 2G14 ndr*llrfftryt& Semrnar on for Publit Health 05-PO1 NUTRACEUTICS IN AYURVEDA ABFI ItASI.I -5, DR, KRISI.i NAMU RTHY.A4. 5 P.G. SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR & H.O.D, DEPT. OF RASASHASTRAAND BHAISHAJYA KALPANA, ALVA'S AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, MOODBIDRI Nutraceuticat, a portmanteau the words "nutrition" and "pharmaceuticat" are natural bioactive materials derived fromfood sources that provide heatth benefits, in addition to the basic nutritional vatues and reduce the risk of chronic diseases.ln the current era due to prevalent matnutrition among [arge poputation and desire for personatized medicines, nutraceutics are gaining more importance. Roots of nutraceuticaI conceptcan be traced in the ancient lndian system of medicine, Ayurveda. lt is ctearly stated that food, which besides providing nutrition helps to maintain the heatthy state and prevents the occurrence of diseases. The ctassical texts of Ayurveda are fitled with scattered references of imptication of food products in various disease entities. The concept of'Rasayana' (generaI rejuvenation) deats with food products that can be consumed daity for improving quatity of tife by offering protection from externaI and internaI stressors. Commonty used nutraceuticals of Ayurveda include Chyavanprash(for general heatth and prevention of respiratory disorders); Brahma Rasayana (for protection from mentaI stress); Phala Ghrita (for reproductive health); Arjuna Ksheerpaka (for cardiac cases); Shatavari Ghrita (for general heatth of women during various physiologicaI states) and Rasona Ksheerpaka (for cardiac cases). lmplication of certain nutraceuticats mentioned in various conditions and their merits along with different types of nutraceutics tike dietary supplements, functionaI food, medicinal food, etc will be etaboratety discussed in the paper. Key words: Nutrition, Rasayana, Nutraceutics in Ayurveda. 05-PO2 WOUND HEALING AND NUTRITION ANITA PATEL, ROSHNI K"P. ASST PROFESSOR, DEPT. OF SHALYA TANTRA, ASST PROFESSOR, DEPT. OF KRIYA SHARIRA, SRI JAYENDRA SARASWATI AYURVEDA COLLEGE, CHENNAI Wound heating is basic surgicat physiotogy needed for repairing tissues after trauma or surgery or wound occurring due to deranged dosas. lt is normal biotogical process in human body achieved through highty programmed phases: haemostatis, inftammation, proliferation and re-modeting. For a wound to heal successfulty all phases must occur in proper sequence and time frame. lt consists of perfect co-coordinated cascade of events that resutt in tissue re-construction. Sushruta has given wide spread importance to vrana (wound condition) and described in detait about nursing of wounded person and management including dietetics. But in later period nutrition became neglected in treating wound. Part of treating whote patient and not the hole in the patient is appreciating the comptex interaction apd nutritions involved in wound heating process. Nutrition ptays vitaI rote in prevention and treatment of wounds and utcers. Nutrition status at the time of trauma or surgery inftuences bio-chemicaI processes necessary for normaI heating to occur. Consuming heatthy and batanced diet and maintaining suitabte weight can reduce the risk of developing EccxofAbstraets | 144
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 2Al 4 lnlernational Seminar on Ayurveda for Public Heatth severaI conditions pre-disposing to wound / utcer and encourages heatth in patients in existing wound. Sushruta has described speciat diet for wounded person which comprises of: Otd Sati rice: source of energy and contains orginine glutamine, non-essentiat amino acids which are needed for protein synthesis and granulation thereby inducing positive effect of wound healing, Mamsa rasa: easily digestibte and rich source of'protein and to initiate inflammatory response and cottagen formation, Amataki and Dadima: contains plenty of vitamins C necessary for immune response and cett mitosis, Dark green leafy vegetabtes tike Tandutiyaka, Vastuka, etc.. are rich source of vitamin A and Mutaka which is rich source of vitamin A, B & C; which are very essential for epithetial differentiation, Cow's ghee: rich in fatty acids which is important component of cetl membrane, promotes inflammatory response. These micro and macro nutrients in food fuels source component of regenerating cetls and enzymes. They enhance immune response and moderate inftammatory phase and ultimatety hetps for wound heating. This articte outtines the role of nutrition in prevention of wounds and functions as key nutrients in tissue vitatity. 05-PO3 ROLE OF FOOD IN HEALTH & DISEASE ANUSHA CHAGANTI, VIDYANATH R P.G. SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR & HEAD, AYURVEDA SAMHITA, DR. B.R.K.R. GOVT. AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, HYDERABAD Various systems of the human body can be compared with the comptex, automatic and the most powerfuI machinery. Due to the greatest co-operation and co-ordination among them keeps the body components in equitibrium. Simitar to a machine, human body atso requires fuel in the form of food to give nourishment and to tead happy and long [ife, provided the naturat dietetic rules are observed. Acharyas ofAyurveda have quoted that intake of food; sleep and observance of cetibacy are the three supporters of tife. Among these three, food ptays a major role in heatth and disease. Acharya Charaka has greatly emphasized the importance of whotesome food in maintaining the positive heatth and unwholesome one for manifestation of various disorders. On critical anatysis, it is observed that more than 50 percent of the causative factors retated to food are responsibte for the production of different disease conditions. Hence the authorities of Ayurveda have prescribed certain rules retated to diet and dietetics. Harry Benjamin atso opined that it is impossible to drive the maximum amount of benefit from the food taken, if one comes to a meal in hurry, worry' nervy or over tired. ln view of the painful diseases with irregular dieting, a wise person who has control over his senses shoutd take whotesome food in proper quantity and in proper time. This is a golden rule for a[[ and ever. 05-PO4 NU'TRITION AND DIETICS IN AYURVEDA ASHWINIMARATHE PG SCHOLAR DEPARTMENT OF SHALYA TANTRA, GOVT.AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE, BANGALORE, ASHWI NI-MARATHESg@YAHOO.CO. I N ln the present scenario, we find maximum patients suffering from deficiency disorders, for which the reason is matnutrition, similarly we atso find a huge no. of patients with BookafAbstracfs ! ?d5
    • Giocat Ayur.teda Festiva! - 2414 !ta..ai:c{tai Semiriar os Avurveda ior Fubilc Heajlh tife styte disorders and the reason behind this is no proper knowtedge about diet which has to be fottowed in daity routine. "A person is what he eats" so in the developing countries [ike lndia, it is must to educate the society about nutrition and diet. Our acharyas in the ctassics have explained in detait about different aahara vargas, drava vargas, their properties, types, best and the worst, the batya drugs, other than this he atso hightights on shadrasayukta aahara which is batakara. Coming to dietics, "pathya", it is not the one to be foltowed by a diseased, but atso by a heatthy person in order to prevent diseases and to maintain a heatthy tife. Fo[lowing pathya doesn't mean restricting to a timited diet, but it atso includes prakruti, karana, samyoga, raashi, desha, kaata, upayoga samstha and upayokta Other than this there are some other concepts [ike virudha, satmya etc which has to be considered in dietics. So it is our duty to understand and bring it out in a practicaI way . Uttimatety the aim is swaasthya rakshanam, for which aahara is the most imPortant. Key words : PathYa, Aahara 05-PO5 PATHYA-APATHYA IN STHOULYA .A CONCEPTUAL STUDY NAGARAJI, .SHOBHA 6. HIRFi,1ATH PG SCHOLAR, HEAD GAMC BANGALORE. Today, the subject of obesity is of much concern to mitlions of people atl over the world. Not onty ithas sparked a tot of tatk but it has atso begun to be ranked as a serious risk comparabte to certain diseases.Obesity is one among the tife styte disorders.Obese person is atways prone to tand up in heatth comptications [ike diabetes, hypertension, arthritis etc.A person considered to be obese when his or her body weight is 30% above the normal weight.Charaka has mentioned sthulapurusha among ashthaninditapurushas and consider as tife span decreasing factor among att.White discussing about sthoutyaahara-vihara- vicharaetc have given prime placement in nidana andits managementlike guru-madhura- snigdha-sheetaaharas, avyayama-avyavaya-diwaswapnaetcvihara witI causes sthoulya. To make awareness about pathyapathya for preventing sthoulya. Some important key factors in controlling obesity, Iies inmaintenance of food habits and Iife styte management.Obese person shoutd foItow dinacharya and rutucharya, getfree from naturaI urges and do vyayama mainty brisk watk burns the fat. The two meals shoutd be advised one at morning and another at evening.Morning meatshould comprises of vegetable soup onty.Evening mea[ shoutd not comprises with rice it can yava, juwar, ragi.There is great importance of yavain aharabecause as per charaka "guru cha apatarpanam"is main [ine of treatment f or sthoutya & it has f utf itt this criteria. "Pathye sati gadarthasyakimoushadhinishevanat" this shlokasignifies the rote of pathya in management of sthoulya. The treatment tife styte management of obese person is of prime importance, even though treatment is done.lf tifestyte of obese person is not managed property treatment witt be of no use.Hence sincere efforts are exerted to compite detaits of pathya- apathya and estabtish their rote in management of obesity. Key words: Pathya, Ahara, Vihara, Nidana Scck ar Abstracls I 146I
    • Gl*balAyurueue Festiva! - 2il1 4 lnternatianal Semlnar on Ayurveda far Public Heailh '05-PO6 NUTRITION & DIETETICS IN AYURVEDA POWN KUMA, PRASHU.C.N P.G.sCHOLAR, LECTURER DEPT OF SWASTHAVRTTTA, S.J.G.A.M.C.KOppAL, KARNATAKA. APK. BAMS@GMAI L. COM We do remember the age otd saying'We are what we eat'!!!!Ayurveda, centuries before have rightty said "Arogyam bhojanadhinam" which means Heatth is dependent on food, which is so rightty seen in the present day mechanica[, Hurry - Burry tife. The dectining health is the direct effect of the sedentary tifestyte and wrong food habits in the present era. Ayurveda, an ancient hotistic science of healing, offers a togical approach for determining correct heatth based upon the elements comprising the individuat's constitution, Vata, Pitta, Kapha. Ahara has a very key role to sustain the tife and batanced diet is very essentiaI for maintain the good heatth. Diet and nutrition has now-a-days; itsetf become an elaborate and organized speciatity. There is much tatk about wett - batanced diet in present era. Every food has its own taste (rasa), a heating or cooting energy (Virya), and a poat digestive effect (Vipaka). Some atso posses Prabhava, an unexplained effect. Agni atso ptays an important role in the nutrition and dietetics of an individuat's body. An Ayurvedic diet nourishes both the mentaI and physicat buitt giving the "Balanced diet". The food articles which reptenish the bodity Dhatus and hetp in etiminating the disturbance of their equitibrium are to be regarded as whotesome. Apart from quantity of food, elementaI constitution, mode of preparation, habitat, combination of food artictes, time and season of intake, manner of intake, of consumer etc. are atso considered to be important for a fruitful whotesome diet.n Modern science states that the batanced diet is one which contains a variety of food in such quantities and proportions that the need for energy, proteins, vitamins, minerats, fats, carbohydrates and other nutrients is adequatety met for maintaining health, vitatity and generaI welt being. The need of the hour is to explore the potentiatity of the science "Nutrition & Dietetics" in Ayurveda and to find the ways and means to adopt the recommendations of our ancient sages and to achieve the ever cherished target of "Health for all". Ayurveda atso suggested that daity diet orAdarsa bhojana shoutd be of such a quatity that it not only hetps to maintain present wett being but serves as prophytactic against diseases which are Nitya sevaniya dravya [ike Sastika Sali, godhuma etc. This paper exptains the scientific analysis of ingredients in food stuff which meets the entire essentiat requirements of the body in a better way through the Ayurvedic modern prescription for a balanced diet. 05-PO7 LIFESTYLE MODIFICATION IN MANAGEMENT OF FISSURE IN ANO (PARTKARTtKA) PRA$HANT p. PlCvtrpALKAR, A. in. LAKt{ApATt, S.y. RAUT" M.S. SCHOLAR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, PROFESSOR, SHALYA TANTRA DEPARTMENI GOVT. AYURVED COLLEGE & HOSPITAL, NAGPUR (M.S.) DRpRASHANTITJUN@cMAtL.COM Nowadays change of food habits, stressfulwork, and faster tifestyte made tife busy and worst. The t food culture has worsen the absorption and utilization of metabolites in the body. Fast food devoid of fibres and it leads to constipation and loss of appetite SccksfAbslracts ) 147
    • {Agnimandya) resutting in ano rectal disorders Fissure in ano (Parikartika), Haemorrhoids {Arsha), Fistuta in ano (Fistuta in ano) etc. Fissure in ano is one of the ano rectal condition which is more common and painfu[. Constipation (Malavstambha) is the root cause of the disease. ln Ayurvedic texts various causes [ike suppression of natural urges (Vegavrodha), Apathyakara aahara (Unheatthy food), Vaman- Virechan Vyapada, Mithya yoga of Bastikarma are mentioned. Pain in fissure in ano is so worst that it disturb the route [ifestyte of person. Management of the disease with lifestyte modifications wi[[ be discussed at the time of paper presentation' 05-PO8 ANCARE FOR PREVENTION OF I.U.G.R THROUGH AYURVEDA PR.ATH€K5I.tA ftATI.IEA*, YASiATTN G KI.IAI{, ffiAN*J V GAIKW.qN PG SCHOLAR, PG SCHOLAR, STREE ROGA PRASUTI TANTRA, TILAK AYURVED MAHAVIDYALAYA, Malnutrition is the major probtem in developing countries. Conditions tike LU.G.R, low Birth weight babies, infants with congenitaI anomalies contribute to low quatity of progeny & uttimatety to matnourished & diseased conditions of offspring. Garbhini Paricharya mentioned in Sushruta & Charka samhitas should be incorporated in Antenatal care to prevent above conditions. diet & drug preparation to be taken monthty in Garbhini paricharya can be acting as catalyst with beneficial Iifetong effects. For instance; pregnancy induced hypertension leads to Utero-ptacentaI and foetoplacental insufficiency which eventuatty creates intrauterine growth retardation. The drug (Gokshur) advised in 6th month of pregnancy by Sushruta acts as Mootral (diuretic); it prevents extracetlular water retention in Pregnancy induced hypertension. The Garbhini Paricharya provides nutrition to the mother causing fewer chances of infections (e.9. TORCH) and preventing anomalies. As a result heatthy progeny is being produced. Mention Upasneha nyaya conceptuaI paper regarding prevention of IUGR, PIH and various feotal modalities through ayurveda for the production of heatthy progeny Ayurvedic management shoutd be incorporated in ante nataI checkups. 05-PO9 EVERYTHING IS GUT; BUT ? SANAL KRlSHNAN fo{ PG scHoLAR, KAUMARABRUTHYA, ALVA's AYURVEDA MEDICAL CoLLEGE' i?RRilrill ln pepper, the deep rooted "Food-crime" has grown to lead chromate in turmeric powder or formatin in mitk .The FSSAI (Food Safety and Standards Authority of lndia) deals with this soc"Udara nimittam bohu krita vesham" Although we work hard and earn to satisfy our hunger, we are usuatly not aware of what we consume. Consumers do not have sufficient knowtedge about the purity and quatity of the food articles they consume .We may actualty be eating a dangerous dye, sawdust, soapstone, industrial starch or even atuminium foitlGive Respect to our agni and it gives us a heatthy life. "Annamayam hi mono"What we eat becomes what we think. The preservatives used inctude from wax coating to even formatin. The rice, wheat, putses, dal, oiI are easity adutterated or the powders for 3:-:r ai Abstracls I 148
    • Gloha/*yuri'*da Fesflyaj - ?0i4 lniernalianal Seninar on Ayurveda f*r Publit Health curry, turmeric, red chitty can have harmfuI chemicals which are even carcinogens. The artificiat cotours and ftavours are also unheatthy. From the stone in the rice to papaya seeds ialevit. The bio way of cultivation and processing is the onty option for a heatthy tife. The preservatives are the biggest chattenge in food business.This is the area of chemical pouring. Also various safe metHeads are avaitabte tike freezing, satting etc.The poisons of pesticides can reach to depth and even spoit our purest coconut water. The endosulfan can be replaced with ants in cashew cuttivation, gives the best option and is tried and proven success.Such bio pesticides are to be used tike gomutra.The panchagavya and jeevamruta are blessings in bio farming.Many examptes of success are availabte but even then the chemical way is stitt being tried.The pathyas won't be perfect if we consume the toxic unhealthy food.The artificiat ripening agent tike Catcium carbide is used on fruits widety. lt is proved carcinogenic.While importing from other countries or even from other states how much is the quatity being assured?What att coutd the hazards could the geneticatly modified (GM)food bring to the wortd! The BT variety of brinjat thus introduced makes us think is the food only to fitt our Gastric cavity? Our scientist are working hard and again devetoping various artificiat and dangerous foods, tet it be the animats that get mature early or the that plants yietds in hatf time Our watering mouths are wide open.The question is are we ready to eat the artificiat hamburger? So, let the ignorant welcome all the hormonaI changes and genetic mutations and hope for the good to be X-men.Also change the definition of shareero to"sheeghram sheerayati iti shareera"! 05-PO10 IMPORTANCE OF PATHYAPATHYA IN DAY TODAY LIFE SATEESHKUJIIAR N P G SCHOLAR, DEPT OF PANCHAKARMA, GOVT AYURVEDA MEDICAL COLLEGE BANGALORE, DRS U DEESHSH ETTY@GMAI L. COM ln Ayurveda Ahara is said to be cause of stabitity for atl the tiving beings. There is nothing else except diet for sustaining the tife of tiving beings. Congeniat diet is capable to make person disease free and without diet one can not be abte to sustain tife. Even of endowed with medicine that is why the diet is said to be the great medicament by our sages.AtltheAcharayas accepted the importance of diet speciatty the beneficiatdiet is said to be the basis of [ife, strength, complexes, ojues, growth and development, perspicacity of lndriyas, happiness, ctarity of voice lusturpleseaure, increase the Dhatus, inte[lect, heatth etc. Entire tife of individuatdepends upon food, attthe activities of this world as we[[ as efforts made for eternal ema. A good and proper diet in disease is worth a hundred medicines and no amount of medication can do wett to a patient who does not foltow a strict regimen of diet. OurAyurveda instead of being content with specifying the nature of diet in disease in general mentions the names of articles which should or shoutd not be taken in any specific Vyadhi, judged by their properties of aggravating Vata, Pitta and Kapha. The Pathya word which is taken from Path or Panth, itsetf it denotes that "lt's a proper way which hetps for the maintained of good heatth". Apathya which is totatty opposite tool leads to many diseases. At present day to day tife shows its importance as it doesn't need any coast, extra time for consuming the medicine in this fast life Pathyapathya in the form ofAhara and Vihara contributes a wide role in deciding the state and curative aspect. Eook*fAbsfracfs j ?4$
    • 05 - PO 11 DIETETICS IN AYURVEDA W.S.R TO D'NACHARYA SAYEED AHAATD P.G SCHOLAR, DEPT OF P.G. STUDIES IN BHAISHJYA KALPANA, ALVA'S AYURVEDA COLLEGE, MOODBIDRI, MANGALORE, AYEEDAHAMED. 1987@GMAIL.COM ln Ayurveda, food is one among theupasthambha(supporting pittars) of tife which ptays a key rote in promoting heatth and preventing diseases.Ayurveda encourages an appropriate diet and tife styte in order to replenish the bodity constituents and helps to etiminate toxins. Even though now a days, health care systems are insisting for "batanced diet", most of the population across the wortd are more attracted towards junk foods.The changes in this type of dietary pattern may lead to several heatth hazards like obesity, different types of attergic disorders etc.Chitdren are the most victims of these heatth hazards.To overcome this, dietary management is itsetf a treatment. Whotesome diet according toAyurveda not onty mentions the quantity of food but atso its quatity, time and season of intake, manner of intake, body constitution, strength and digestive capacity of consumer etc.Fietd of Ayurvedic dietetics is vast and more scientific. This paper emphasizeson Ayurvedicdietetics and its apptication in our daily routine which nourishes the body both mentatty and physicatty, is essential for a heatthy tong tife. 05 - PO 12 FOOD IMPORTANT SUB PILLAR OF LIFE . A REVIEW SHITAL O. CHAVAN, YEs}IWANT R." PATIL ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, PROFESSOR AND HEAD, DEPT. OF SWASTHVRITTA, GOVERNMENT AYURVED COLLEGE, VAZIRABAD, NANDED, 431601, M.S, INDIA, DRSHITALCHAVAN@GMAIL.COM, DR. YESH RAJ @GMAIL. COM ln the present scenario of 21't century greater emphasis has been given on preventive and promotive aspects of heatth. We understand the usage of one basic need of our life i.e food. The food is an important factor for every human being to attain a good health. ln Ayurveda there is description of three sub piltar of life. Among them Diet has been given foremost importance. The food is an important factor for every human being to attain a good heatth. But the same food can atso act as poison if not taken wisety, due to busy tifestyte, irregutar diet habit; this kind of negligence regarding a healthy food leads to numbers of diseases are increasing day by day. How food can play an important role in maintenance of good physical, menta[, sociat and spirituatheatth witt be wettetaborate in futt paper and atso at the time of presentation. 05 - PO 13 NUTRITION IN AYURVEDA . SWAPNA, AAs'SOODAMANI PG SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR & HEAD, DEPARTMENT OF RASASHASTRA, TARANATH GOVERNMENT AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, BELLARY, KARNATAKA STATE, INDIA. lndia is known for its traditionaI medicinat systems-Ayurveda, Siddha, and Unani. Medicat .i::u:t.4osiiecls I J50
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    • I lr I i I lr ir Global Ayuweda Festival - 2814 lntematianai $eminar on Ayurveda lar Publie llealth it is effective in Shukra Shodhana, Shukrajanana and Shukra Pradosaja Vikara. On this basis it may be concluded that it is better to administer NB prior to performing UB to obtain maximum retief to the patients of Kshina Retas. 06-oR3 A CLINICAL STUDY OF SHATAVARI TAILA MATRA BASTI IN NASTA BEEJA IANOVULATTONI" SHAN UllATl V. &4EL,VlARl, PREETI,AGRAHARKAR PG SCHOLAR, DEPT OF PRASUTI TANTRA & STREE ROGA, N.K.J.AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE & PG CENTRE, BIDAR, KARNATAKA, B.BHANU4487@GMAIL.COM The Prevalent hectic tife styte trigger the Chronic state of Anxiety or Stress & moreover the wrong dietary habits and non-observance of Rutumati charya have attered the hormonal system & pushed the present day women in State of sufferings. Menstrual abnormatities can affect the Physicat & Emotional activities. Any defect in HPO axis may alter the ovarian function & there by leads to anovulatory cyctes. Now it is seen that 25% of infertile population seeking advice of infertitity clinics shows ovarian dysfunction.tlrAlthough modern medicine provides good treatment for ovutation induction but the prolonged use of hormonal treatment creates many side-effects. Hence, non-hormonal and safer method has been selected. A tot of work have been done on uttara basti in anovutation but Anuvasana basti is stitl Untouched, So here a variation ofAnuvasana basti i.e. matra basti has been setected. 30 patients being diagnosed with anovutatory cycles according to inclusion & exclusion criteria where divided in to two groups of 15 each. GroupA (Triat group) - 15 patients were treated with Shatavari taita matra basti for Tdaysx3 cyctes (after the stoppage of Menstruation) Group B (Standard group) -15 patients were treated with placebo(tita taita matra basti) Tdaysx3 cyctes (after the stoppage of Menstruation) Finatty the overall result inctudes 60 % patients comptetely cured & improvement was seen in26.66% patients and 2 patients were having no change in group A whereas only 20% cured, 40% got improvement & 40% remained unchanged in group B. During the treatment no side effect was observed. lt can be conctuded that Shatavari taita matra basti shows much more promising resutts in managing anovutation. No untoward effects were observed in any of the cases in both the groups. The method of treatment apptied in both the groups was simple, economical and required no hospitatization and could be done at OPD levet. ln conclusion, Shatavari taila matra basti was effective in the Management of Nastabeeja (Anovulation). 06-oR4 ROLE OF RASA KALPAS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MALE INFERTILITY W.S.R OLIGOZOOSPERMIA DTEPTHI.M, SUREKHA 5 MEDIKTRI, A4.5,NODDAAAANI. P.G.SCHOLAR, PROFESSOR, PROFESSOR & HOD, P.G DEPT.OF RASASHASTRA, TARANATH GOVT AYU RVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, BELLARY, DRDEEPTH I 1 O@GMAI L. COM Dharma, Artha, Kama and Moksha are fourtenets of lifeaccording to lndian Phitosophy . One can't attain this without progeny, further continuation of human race is atso not BookofAbstraefs I f54
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    • Globai Ayurveda Festivat - 201 4 lntenatianal $smlnar sn Ayurveda far Psblic Health effective than Shatavaryadi yoga. This is shown by %age retief of subjective as wetl as objective parameters. 06-oR6 IMPROVEMENT IN SEMEN QUALITY BY SUVARNA BHASMA IN NORMOZOOSPERMIA: A RANDOMIZED CONTROLLED STUDY G,AURAV VAI5H, PA,WAFIKU$AAR GSDATWAR ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF AYURVEDA, AMER ROAD, JORAWAR SINGH GATE, JAIPUR, RAJASTHAN, GAURAVAYURVEDA@REDIFFMAIL.COM ln Ayurveda, Suvarna has been described as the most potent of the drugs prescribed for the promotion and maintenance of sexual potency as we[[ as to have a good progeny by improving the spermatogenic functions. The present study was conducted with an aim to assess the role of Suvarna Bhasma in subjects with Normozoospermia, and the results were compared with those obtained from Atmaguptabija Churna (Mucuna pruriens). Semen samples of patients and volunteers fulfi[[ing the criteria of setection were cottected, and anatysed for volume, Liquefaction time, pH, Viscosity, Chemical composition [ike fructose, total sperm count, Sperm motitity, Sperm morphotogy (W.H.O. criteria(19921f or semen anatysis). Totat 31 subjects were included in the study after due process of informed consent and randomty divided into two groups. 15 subjects were treated with Suvarna Bhasma (4 mg. twice a day for 1 month) and 16 subjects were treated with Atmaguptabija Churna (3 gm. twice a day for 1 month). Sperm count increased from first month itsetf in both S.B. and A.C. groups. ln 5.B. group the increase in sperm count started with an average of 14.8 mitt./mt by the end of 4thmonth i.e. third month after treatment. When anatysed statisticatty, the increase in sperm count in second month after treatment was highty significant (P<0.001). Simitarty, inA.C. group atso, the sperm count increased at an average 5.6 and 5.7 mitt/mt during first and second months after treatment. ln 2nd month i.e. first month after comptetion of treatment the Rapid linear progressive percentage increased from 4.0 to 18.7 with the percentage of improvement 367.5%. Stow linear progressive also showed an increase which was moderate i.e. 32.9% only. Simultaneously non progressive and immotite spermatozoa decreased significantty with 39.0% and 2g.4Yorespectivety. ln RLP, NB and lM, the effect was statisticatty significant (.0.5). Starting from 2nd month onwards S.B. raised the RLP motitity which is the most important type of motitity for fertitity and the raise was maintained atmost constantly even upto 3,d month after comptetion of treatment. So it is clear that NP immotite spermatozoa were activated and converted to RLP spermatozoa by S.B. and this effect may be due to increased testosterone activity, which was confirmed by a separate experimentat study. There was highty significant increase in the body weight with both Suvarna Bhasma and Atmaguptabija Churna therapies. Varied range of fluctuations were observed in the semen samples of the same individuals foltowing same routine, cottected at regular intervats. Significant improvement in the spermatozoa concentration, RLP and SLP motitity with corresponding decrease in NP and immotite spermatozoa poputation was observed fottowing the treatment with Suvarna Bhasma as compared to Atmaguptabija Chu rna. Boak of Abstracis I 156I t
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    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 241 4 lnternatiana! Semlnar on Ayurveda fat Public flealth is a trodoshaj vyadhi with vata predominance. Some degree of discomfort during menses is observed in most of the women but when it becomes unbearabte and affecting the day to day activities, then it definitety requires proper medication. ln modern sciences, dysmenorrheaI istreated by OCPs, NSAlDs, antispasmodics, anatgesis etc. Long term use of these causes side effects tike hepatotoxicity, nephrotoxicity, headache, dizziness, vertigo, depression, skin rashes etc. so considering a great scope of research to find out safe, potent, cost effective remedy from ayurveda for the same. Hence, the present study was conducted to take care for above disease with safe and effective herbal formutation. Chaturbhuj Churna and Manjishta Churna were prepared in the coltege pharmacy and advised to the patients, atong with proper dietary regimen. 06-oR9 ASSESSMENT OF BENEFICIAL EFFECT OF COI{|MELINA BENGHALENS'S L. AND C'SSUS QUADRANGULARIS L. ON qUINALPHOS INDUCED OXIDATIVE STRESS IN MALE REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM P. KOKILAVANI, U. SURIYAKALAA, F. ELUMAIAI, B, ABIRAMI, A. SANKARGANESH, AND 5" ACl"ilRAi,lAN DEPARTMENT " '-IllRJ$i,XlX!fJl;'r'i^1,?',3f,'i,,uilAli,'ili'-1iiil"'Jllliiuli euinatphos (QP) is an organophosphate pesticide that contaminates our ecosystem widety due to its apptication as insecticides. lt is speculated to cause disruption in male reproductive hormone through the generation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) by oxidative stress (OS). lncreased ROS generation damages reproductive system which teads to infertitity. lt has been recentty reported that Cornmelina benghalensis L. (CBE) and Cissus quodrangularis (CQE) have been used as fotktore medicine in south lndian poputation. Further, these two plant extracts have been used in siddha and ayurvedha for aphrodisiac nature. Few studies indicated that both these ptants contain higher concentration of antioxidants as wetI as steroid contents which are essentiaI for testicutar function. Hence, it is hypothesised that the toxicity induced by QP coutd be restored by providing the ptant extracts as food supptements. The animats were divided into 9 groups (n=6).Mode of administration is oraI and the period of treatment is 7 days. Group 1 contro[ (Water), group 2 mice (QP atone) (7.5 mg/kg BW for 7 days), group 3 and 4 mice were received ptant extract atone (CBE 400 mg/kg BW, CQE 350 mg/kg BW respectively). Groups 5 and 6 were served as protective (QP and simuttaneous treatment of CBE) and curative groups of CBE (7 days QP treatment foltowed by next 7 days CBE treatment). Likewise, groups 7 and 8 mice were used for CQE protective (QP and simultaneous treatment of CQE) and curative treatment (7 days QP treatment fottowed by next 7 days CeE treatment). Group 9 was used as withdrawat. After 24hrs of the tast treatment, btood samptes were taken for biochemical and hormone assay. Histopathotogicat studies were carried out in testes and epididymis. Exposure of QP drasticatty decreased the levet of testosterone which leads to reduction of viable sperms. The QP induced toxicity is initiated bythe formation of free radicats as it is evidenced from the increased LPO and diminution of antioxidant enzymes in testicutar tissue. Reduction in testosterone levet, sperm count and viabitity due to QP exposure was restored back to normal by the ptant extracts. Treatment of CBE and CQE significantty recovered the atterations in antioxidant BookofAbstraels j 158
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    • Gtctai A'furveda Festival '2414 re=aiitna! Seninar on Ayurveda far Public Heaith etc., Virechana, Utharavasthi with kshara taila, panchamla taila etc. are a[[ found to be very effective. 06 - oR 1'l A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDY ON SHATAPUSHPA AND MISHREYA ON ABTEEJOTSARGA (ANOVU LATION ) PRAShIANT R. SHINDE KRUPA R. DONGA SHITPA B. DCINEA INSTITUTE FOR POST GRADUATE TEACHING AND RESEARCH IN AYURVEDA, GUJARAT AYURVED UNIVERSITY, JAMNAGAR. Vandhyatva has been described by the Acharyas in a very wide sense inctuding Nidana and Chikitsa. ln reference to treatment so many have been mentioned but at which type of infertitity or on which factor like Rutu, Kshetra, Ambu, Beeja it witl act, is not mentioned ctearty. Now-a-days it is the need of time to evaluate atl the things precisety. So an effort has been made to study the effect of Nasya and Matra Basti on Anovutation (Beeja Dushti).Ovutation is under the control of Vata. Shatapushpa mentioned in Kasyapa Samhita Sharangdhara Samhita Madhyama Khand.g in the form of Nasya and Matra Basti for the faiture to conceive due to is supposed to be one of the effective therapies in this fietd. A ctinicat study on 14 setected patients of female infertitity having anovutatory factor, being diagnosed by TVS (Trans vagina[ sonography for 2 consecutive cyctes) were divided in 2 groups, Group-A (n=7) for Nasya and Group-B (n=7) for Matra Basti. ln group-A, Shatapushpa Tabtets given oratly (Nasya) 8 drops of Narayana Taita were administered in each nostriI for Tdays-3days interval and again 7 days for 2 consecutive cycles after the cessation of menses. ln group-B (Matra Basti) 60mt of Narayana Taita was administered in the form of Matra Basti through rectum for 2 consecutive cyctes after the cessation of menses. ln this study Ovutation occurred36.36% of patients in Nasya administered group and 66.16% of patients in Matra Basti group. Matra Basti showed better result than Nasya group on anovutation, Keywords : Vandhyatva, Abeejotsarga, Anovutation, Shatapushpa, Mishreya, Uttarbasti. 06 - oR 12 CONCEPTUAL UNDERSTANDING OF SHUKRA DUSHTI W.S.R TO SEMINAL PARAMETERS PUNEETH KUMAR P, ABDULKHADER, JV1URALIDHARA PG scHoLAR, READER, PRoFEssoR & HoD, DEPARTMENT orl,[;ltio'[t,*HtifJlxtttfi Shukra and Shonitha are prerequisites for producing a heatthy progeny. Ayurveda shastra has explained the abnormatities in Shukra and Shonitha thousands of years ago which can damage fertitity. Ayurveda ctassicaI texts exptain eight abnormatities in ShukraDhatu(semen) due to afftiction of various doshas. ln recent times, medical science is using advanced techniques in visualising the abnormalities of semen.lt is need of the hour to understand the changes found in semen anatysis in comparison with the ctassicatty mentioned ShukraDushti and eventuatty arrive at a possibte co-retation.We are in the age ruted by technotogy and machines. From Vacuum cleaners tilt computer assisted BoakofAbstracls j 1S0
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    • S2- :c! lti Ayurvecia far Publlt Healtlt ROLE OF KSHEERAKASHAYA OF SELECTED DRUGS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF FIRST TRIMESTER OF PREGNANCY R"Ei,lYA V., ASWATHY V., REENU VARGI{ESE' SRH€NIKESHAN T. R., SARA MONSY OOMMEN, P. Y. ANSARY PG SCHOLARS, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, , ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF D RAV'A G u N AV r J N A N, G ovr. AY u RV t o o . o. t.rlnt l$liiriJt_'ltfni,f :5 li Recent studies reported that in lndia, women Iose ten babies in one night during their pregnancy period. Eighty percentages of the miscarriages are reported before the end of the first trimester. Garbhini Paricharya (Management of the pregnant women) is wetl described in ayurveda texts. ln Sahasrayoga, ksheerakashayas (mitk decoction) are recommended for every month during the pregnancy period. This paper discusses the health management for the pregnant women during the first trimester of pregnancy in the perspective of ayurveda. ln Sahasrayoga, ksheerakashaya of Bala (Sida retusa) is recommended for the first month fotlowed by ksheerakashayas of Lakshamana (lpomaea sepiario) and Brihati dwaya (Sotanum melongena, S. anguivil for the second and third month, respectivety. The pregnant women are advised to be administered with food predominant in Madura rasa and Seetha veerya, preferably in tiquid form, especiatty during the first three month of pregnancy. Since the ksheera kashaya is laghu guna in nature, these medicines can be safety and effectivety administered during the pregnancy period. Bata and Lakshmana are an excetlent rejuvenator and uterine tonic. Brihati and Lakshmana have anti microbiat and anti fungat activity. Brihati has rich source of zinc which is essentiaI for the proper functioning of reproductive system. The complications such as vaginaI bteeding, hyper emesis, morning sickness, head ache and ftare up of chronic diseases [ike asthma, seen during the first trimester of pregnancy, can be effectivety managed by these ksheera kashayas. The pharmacologicaI properties of Bata, Lakshmana and Brihati dwaya which facititate the management of the comptications during first trimester of pregnancy are studied in detait for the betterment of the heatth of mother and foetus. 06 - oR 15 EFFECT OF KATPHALADI KSHIRAPAKA UTTER BASTI (INTRA-VESICAL ADM|N|STRATION) lN THE MANAGEMENT OF KAPHAJA RETO (SHUKRA) DUSHTI W.S.R. TO AUTO.AGGLUTINATION OF SPERMS, HYPER vrscostrY oF SEMEN AND DELAYED LIQUEFACTION TIME SANTCISII KI.}A4AR S HATTED As s o c I Ar E P R o F E s s o R A N D H EA D Pf ' B i: I ; F.ii','ilffi'1$t HIB [i? JiiJ^ilYI? 3^l lnfertitity can complicate the most intimate retationships. lt brings many strains - on time, finances, ability to make decisions and even the job. With increasing educational standards and health awareness, the participation of both the partners has become mandatory in the infertitity check-up. This has led to the revelation that males are equatty responsible i.e., upto 50% in reported cases of lnfertitity. Despite great advances made by medicat science in understanding each stage of the reproductive process, the probtems 8oo&ofAbsfracfs j l$2
    • Globat Ayurveda Festirtat - 2014 l1letnationdl Semtnar an Ayurtteda f0t pLtbr;c Health that occur at each step and planning their management, some arenas post laclnae, due to which infertitity is stilt a catastrophe. Some such arena are the role of Auto-Aggtutination of sperms, reduced motitity, Detayed Liquefaction time and hyper viscosity of semen as a cause of male infertitity and its management. The modern treatment of these seminaI abnormatities essentialty invotves antibiotics and steroids which in themsetves are gonadotoxic and hinder spermatogenesis. Hence, the need for alternative, safe and effective drugs is ctearty felt. Ayurveda very long back had realized the factors governing fertitity and their defects that give rise to Vandhyatva(tnfertitity) and Ktaibyi (Sexuat dysfunction). ln Ayurveda, eight types of Retodosha are described in detait with their management among which the signs Kaphaja Reto (Shukra) dushti matches with the present day's auto-Agglutination of sperms, hyper viscosity of semen, detayed Liquefaction time and reduced motitity. For the treatment of Shukra Dushti specia[ therapy under the name of Utter Basti has been described which is simitar to that of lntra-vesical therapy/Transurethral administration in modern medicine. The treatment of Kaphaja Reto (Shukra) Dushti has been hightighted with the use of Kaphashamaka and Shukrashodana Dravya. Hence in this study Katphatadi Kshirapaka (medicated milk) was administered as Utter Basti in the patients of Kaphaja Retodushti. The outcome of this study was encouraging as there was moderate reduction in auto-Aggtutination of sperms, hyper viscosity of semen, detayed Liquefaction time. 06-oR16 ASHWAGANDHA GRITHA MATRABASTI IN OLIGOSPERMIA SHASHIDHARA. R, SURESH N.FIAKKANDI PG SCHOLAR, READER AND HEAD, DEPT. OF PANCHAKARMA, SRI JAGADGURU GAVISIDDESHWARA AYURVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEGE, KOPPAL, KARNATAKA lnfertitity is a probtem of gtobat proportions, affecting on an average 8-12% of couptes wortdwide. Low sperm count (Otigozoospermia) is one of the main causes of mate infertitity and it is corretated with Kshina Shukra. The Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is considered to act as aphrodisiac atso regarded as an anti-aging supptement. Many used in sexuaI dysfunctions, and infertitity, nerve probtems, memory loss, arthritis etc, Matrabasti is said as an exceItent therapy for who are affticted with the diseases of Vayu, and for men having seminaI debitity and emaciation of the body. Hence, it was planned to study the effect of Ashwagandha Gritha in the management of Kshina Shukra (Otigospermia). Patients (25 years and 45 years) with clinical diagnosis of idiopathic otigospermia (n=30) were randomty assigned to receive 50 mI Matrabasti with Ashwagandha Gritha for 15 days. The primary outcome measures were percentage changes in the Pratyatmaka Lakshanas (cardinat symptoms) of Kshina Shukra, Agni Bala, Deha Bata, satva Bata, the semenogram, and in the quatity of the sexual heatth. The Ashwagandha Gritha Matrabasti has shown better results in the management of Kshina Shukra, as compared to the report taken before the study. Key words: oligospermia, Ashwagandha Gritha, Matrabasti, Kshina shukra. 06 - oR 17 AYURVEDIC TRATMENT OF VANDHYATVA (FEMALE BsokafAbstracis i 163
    • .irlrmmm *uunmne F;g^'a, - ZBi4 Ssrm'na'cr-: Ayurveda for Public Health TNFERTTLTTY)W.S.R.TO ON ANOVULATORY FACTOR By MATRABASTI WITH NARAYANA TAILA SHILPA S. DCINSA, KRI"'PA R. *CINGA, IAXNAI PRIYA DEI INSTITUTE FOR POST GRADUATE TEACHING AND RESEARCH IN AYURVEDA, GUJARAT AYURVED UNIVERSITY, JAMNAGAR. Vandhyatva has been described by the Acharyas in a very wide sense including Nidana and Chikitsa. ln reference to treatment so many have been mentioned but at which type of infertitity or on which factor [ike Rutu, Kshetra, Ambu, Beeja it wit[ act, is not mentioned ctearty. Now-a-days it is the need of time to evaluate att the things precisely. So an effort has been made to study the effect of Matra Basti on Anovulation (Beeja Dushti).Ovutation is under the control of Vata. Narayana Taila mentioned in Sharangdhara Samhita Madhyama Khand.9 in the form of Nasya and Matra Basti for the faiture to conceive is supposed to be one of the effective therapies in this fietd. Aclinicalstudy on 12 setected patients of female infertitity having anovutatory factor, being diagnosed by TVS (Trans vaginaI sonography for 2 consecutive cyctes) were selecte. Matra Basti 60mt of Narayana Taila was administered in the form of Matra Basti through rectum for 2 consecutive cyctes after the cessation of menses. ln this study Ovutation occurred 66.16% of patients in Matra Basti. Keywords - Vandhyatva, Matra Basti, Narayana Taita, Anovutation 06- oR 18 SCREENED HERBAL CONTRACEPTIVES SINDHUR,{ VL SANAGAVARAPU, SULOCF{ANA. A, CI{.RAVINDER PG SCHOLAR, SENIOR LECTURER, READER, PG UNIT OF PRASUTI AND STREE ROGA, DR.BRKR GOVT. AYU RVEDI C COLLEG E, HYDERABAD, S I N DU RA.AYU R@GMAI L. COM With the increasing side effects of the hormonaI contraceptives the heatth of the gtobat population is at risk of devetoping infertitity, sexuaI dysfunctions, loss of [ibido, hormonal imbatance, etc. Atso the increasing poputation shows the faiture rate of conventional contraceptives. So the world is in need of safe side effect free contraception, which was explained decades back in ayurveda. There are numerous herbs of indigenous origin which were traditionatty used as contraceptives, such as vidanga, sirisha, japa etc. The wortd is also now tooking at Ayurveda for the sotution. The fotk records have 225 species of ptants with contraceptive and abortifacient activity. These herbal drugs in female may act by attering the vaginal PH, may bring changes in the cervical mucus, atter decidual embedding, may inhibit proputsion of sperm in the faItopian tubes by attering tubaI mechanism, ovulation inhibition, or may act on hormones. lf male factor is considered, they may be spermistatic, spermicidaI when used intravaginally and inhibit spermatogenesis and act on mate hormones when used oralty. The present paper discusses about the screened herbal contraceptives from various journals, their probable mode of action and their classicaI reference. 06-oR19 ROLE OF KALPIT ASRIGDARHAR YOGA AND RAJSWALA.CHARYA IN THE EcakoiAbstraefs j 164
    • Gl*bal Ayurveda Festival - 2Ai 4 lnternatiafial Semln*r on Ayurveda icr Publir H*alttt MANAGEMENT OF ASRIGDARA" SNAHAL KAfo{BtE, HTTAL *AVE SNEHAL B. KAMBLE, PG DEPT OF PRASUTI TANTRA AND STRI ROGA, NIA JAIPUR, 5 N EHALKAMBLE3 @GMAI L. COM "Woman" this word symbolizes the most important pittar of a famity & a society. A heatthy woman lays the foundation of a heatthy family & society. A woman is atways considered as a portrait of setflessness in lndian society and they are always expected to be so. Asrigdara refers to a[[ types of irregutar excess uterine bteeding, however on the basis of pathogenesis it is nearer to menorrhagia (due to Ati Pravatti in Atimatra Artava Srava) & metrorrhagia (Artava Pravatti during intermenstrual phase.) A randomized Singte btind study was conducted with totat 20 patients. Patients were grouped into two groups, Aand B. ln group AKalpit Asrigdarhar yogawas given oralty 3.250 gm twice a day before meatfor two menstrualcycles .ln group B Kalpit Asrigdarhar yoga with Rajswala charya was advised during 3 days for two menstrual cycles and resutt were assessed on the basis of improvement of sign and symptoms of Asrigdar. .The result of group B in which mixed treatment was given patients showed statisticatty highly significant improvement in symptomsof Asrigdar. The study reveals that the group B showed better results than with group A. Keywords: Asrigdar, Rajswala-charya, Kalpit Asrigdar har yoga, 06-oR20 ETHNO BOTANY BASED THERAPY FOR A MAJOR INFERTILITY DISORDER lN WOMEN (PCOS): POTENTIAL ROLE OF FTCUS RELIGIOSA (Ll U" STJRIYAKALAA, R., RAMACHANSRAN, A, SANKARGANESH, S. SANKAR.GAF{ESI.I, 5. KAinALAKKAI'| NAN, 5. ACH I RAMAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL BIOTECHNOLOGY, BHARATHIDASAN UNIVERSITY, TH I RUC H I RAPPALLI, TAMI LNADU, SU RIYA. BIOTECH@GMAI L. COM lnfertitity is a global heatth issue affecting approximatety 8-14% of couptes wortdwide. Common causes of fertitity problems in women inctude btocked fattopian tubes, probtems with uterus and hormonaI imbalance. Among this, ovulatory dysfunction due to hormonaI imbalance appears to be on the rise with changes in [ife styte, increase in stress and strain and raising incidence of potycystic ovarian disease. lnduction of ovulation with drugs remains backbone of infertitity treatment. Since it has many drawbacks, scientjst has shifted their focus towards naturaI system of therapy of which aromatherapy (treatment by means of smett) paves it attention. Aromatherapy is in practice since ancient times, where people wit[ circumbulate Ficus religiosa during earty hours of the morning in aspiring to conceive but the scientific reason behind this is yet to be proved. ln Ayurveda, it is also mentioned that E religiosa betongs to a class of drugs rasayana, which are rejuvenators, antioxidants and relieve stress in the body. Hence in the present study it is hypothesized that extracts of F. religiosa and its suspected compound has any role in inducing ovulation and normatizing irregutar estrous cycte associated with Potycystic ovary syndrome (PCOS) condition in Letrozote induced PCOS rats. Briefly, rats were segregated into ten groups, normal, PCoS induced (Letrozote -1mg/kgBW for21 8oo&of,4bsfracfs I l$5I
    • ^ -,44t r 3-': -:r ta 'z^- ta 3:- -:' cr At.:fteCa far Public !-lealth days) and other 8 group of PCOS induced animals were treated with various extracts of E religioso and standard drug through different routes for 30 consecutive days. During course of time estrous cycle has been observed. Letrozote induced irregutar estrous cycte has been found to be regulated normally by the treatment with E religiosa. After the completion of the treatment the rats were dissected at metestrus stage. The attered ovary and uterus weight in letrozole induced PCOS rats were found to be reverted back to normal by the treatment of F. religiosa extract. lncreased [eve[ of testosterone and LH, the main indicators of PCOS was found to be reduced. These results were further substantiated by the semi-quantitative expression of aromatase gene, were its inhibitor letrozole has down regutated its expression and upon treatment with F. religiosa the expression was found to be elevated. Comparativety, the efficiency showed better with F. religiosa fresh teaf spray. Hence, the study conctudes that the compounds released from E religiosa have the capabitity to regutate estrous cycte irregularities associated with femate infertitity condition. Key words: lnfertitity, PCOS, Estrous cycle, Reproductive hormones, Aromatase. 06-oR21 EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF 'MANIKYA BHASMA' IN .SPERMATOGENISIS' TARUN SHARi,IAANn P"H.C. MURTHY P.G. SCHOLAR, PROFFESOR AND HEAD, DEPARTMENT OF RASASHASTRA, S.J.G. AYURVEDIC ME D I cA L co L L EG E, P. G . sru D I Es A N D RE s EARci^ii,ll?_[,.^t PAL6 Jnf ilH^fi 'Erictite dysfunction, Otigospermia etc.'is considered as the major causative factors for infertility in men because of Life style, Food habits, Sexual [ife, Environmental pottution, lndustriaI and Occupationat hazards. Due to atI these factors infertitity is increasing day by day. WHO(1976) has estimated incidence of gtobat infertitity as 16.7%. The contribution of mate factor alone to this totat infertitity is reported as 26.2% to 46.6%(lnster and Lunenfetd 1993). Various drugs are availabte for Erictile dysfuction, Otigospermia etc.in modern medicine, such as hormones, which are expensive and having a large spectrum of adverse effects. The main objectives of this research were to determine the efficacy of Manikya bhasma in Spermatogenic property and propose a cost-effective and safe management, The drug for the research was setected from the Ayurvedic classical reference of Rasa tarangini As per the reference Manikya Bhasma is said to possess Vrishya properties of high quality. Since it is a herbo-mineral product it gives quick resutts in shorter period of time in comparatively minute to smatler doses because of its faster absorption and quicker assimilation in to the human systems.ln this prospective open uncontroIted study, 30 married patients of 20-50 years of age group having Erictile dysfunction, Otigospermia etc. Were setected from OPD of S.J.G. Ayurvedic Medicat cottege, P.G. Studies and Research Centre, Koppat, Karnataka, for this ctinicat study: Manikya bhasma was given at Rasayana kata in a dose of 30 m.g. bid. Oratty with honey for 1 month. Att the ingredients of the drug having Vrishya property to the quatity of sperm as wetl as count. lt contains herbo-mineral ingredients, safe, easy to administer and no patients were observed with any untoward effects. Resutts were BookofAbstratls i f$$
    • GlobalAyurueda Fesfiyal - 2S14 lnternatianal $enlnar cn A',lurveda ior Fublic ffea1fh encouraging and statisticatty highty significant. Keywords: Erictite dysfunction, Otigospermia, Vrishya, Manikya, Bhasma. ' 06-oR22 DONT'S IN PREGNANCY.AN AYURVEDIC VIEW VIPYA RAhII.S, A"5ULO{HANA, CH. RAVINDER PG SCHOLAR, SENIOR LECTURER, READER, P.G. DEPT. OF PRASUTI & STREE ROGA, DR.B.R.K.R.GOVT.AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, HYDERABAD, A.P., DRVIDYADAMA@GMAIL.COM. Motherhood is something divine and it's the most beautifut phase of a woman's life. During pregnancy bonding between two lives is taking ptace. Women go through lots of worries and tensions during their pregnancy. The main reason for this is not having proper guidance. ln a[[ Ayurvedic ctassics, in sareera sthana clearly exptained the dont's in pregnancy as garbhopaghatakara bhavas. This poster mainty focuses on the DONT'S in pregnancy as in ayurveda. ln conclusion the complications tike lUD, IUGR, Abortions, Premature labour can be prevented by fottowing the dont's regimen as given in ayurveda. Keywords: Pregnant women, pregnancy, garbhopaghatakara bhavas, dont's, comptications. 06 - oRz3 EFFICACY OF UTTARABASTI WITH ASHWAGANDHA TAILA IN KSHEENASHUKRA W.S.R. TO OLIGOSPERMIA VltetAL KUMAR SARETI-I , S"N.BELAVADI P.G. SCHOLAR, ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENT OF P.G.STUDIES IN PANCHAKARMA, D. G. M.AYU RVEDIC MEDICAL COLLEG E, GADAG - KARNATAKA, DR.VKBARETH@GMAI L. COM Ayurveda has a separate branch known as Vajikarana among Ashtanga Ayurveda, which deals with promotion of sexuaI health and prevention and cure of disorders of semen resulting due to Shukra Dusti. To produce a progeny four things are necessary i.e. Ritu, Kshetra, Ambu and Bija. Bija means both mate and femate fertitity factors i.e. Shukra and Artava. lf there is Dusti in any one of the above factors it witt lead to infertitity. The modern medical fietd has now started reatizing its importance and a new branch known as andrology has been developed recently. However, titt date no satisfactory modern medicaI management has been developed for this problem. Now days patients of Ksheenashukra rising day by day because of improper tifestyte and approaching Ayurvedic physician with lot of hopes. Uttarabasti with Ashwagandha taita has shown encouraging resutts on Ksheenashukra as wetI as other SeminaI parameters Iike Votume, Motility, Concentrating, and Vitatity. Photos & videos atong with detaited explanation of the Uttrabasti procedures carried out by me will be discussed and shown during my fu[[ paper presentation. Key words : Uttarabasti, Ashwagandha taila, Ksheenashukra, Otigospermia. Scok sfA$sfrscfs i ?S7
    • Global Avurveda Festival '2Ai 4 lnternai6nal Senlt1ar on Ayurveda for Public Health 06-PO1 ROLE OF YOGA AND MEDITATION EXCERSISES IN PRASOOTHI TANTRA AND STRI.ROGA AKANKSHA CHANDEL, GAYATHRI BHAT PG SCHOLAR, PROF. AND HOD, DEPARTMENT OF PRASOOTHI AND STRI ROGA, SDMCAH HASSAN, KARNATAKA Women is the origin of progeny , only a heatthy women can give birth to a heatthy offspring .One of the major changes in women's tife is associated with pregnancy. This is the stage in which every heatth probtem may be reflected on heatth of baby. so it is vital for the mother to stay heatthy throughout the whote process of pregnancy. There are many condition in gynaecotogy atso tike PMS and menopausal syndrome in which psychologicat factors ptay a rote. Yoga and relaxation is of great result.in both obstetric and gynaecologic cases howeverstrenuousexercise and asanas shoutd be avoided in pregnancy. ioga ls a technique or disciptine that leads to the union with a great impersona[ supernatural force or spirit. This impties joining or integrating allaspect of the individuat body with mind and mind with souI to achieve a happy balanced and usefu[ life and spirituatity, untit the individuat with the supreme. According to the principtes of yogic management the disturbance occur in manomaya kosha due to interaction with the world. This disturbance in manomaya kosha is catled adhii (stress), this stress disturbs the batance of prana in the pranayama kosha and finatty manifests as a disease in the annamaya kosha, the physicat body. Due to this she completety becomes unheatthy and imbatanced in atl the five layer of existence. So yoga and pranayama are of great importance to maintain a heatthytife, which witt be discussed in detait in futt paper Key words - women, Progeny' yoga' pranayama. 06-PO2 A CONCEPTUAL STUDY ON REPRUDUCTIVE HEALTH AND IT'S APPLICATION IN IMPROVEMENT OF STREE VANDHYATVA PATI L I SHWAR.I VISH1VANATII pG scHoLAR, PrsR DEPARTMENI NKJ AYURVED *to'**.r?ilr^li, ,,i,rtirf5,[tr1fti,BJ.?tfi; lncapabitity of women to conceive after one year of regutar sexual coitus or to retain fetus titt childbirth is catted as infertitity. Today probtem of infertitity increased due to change in lifestyte, poor nourishment, accumatation of toxins etc.lt affect physicat' sociat, emotionat, and mentaI heatth of women.ln our samhita explains that for heatthy conception four factor [ike ritu, kshetra, ambu, bija and matrujadi sath bhavas are required. Yoni pradosha, shukra, asrik, ahara, vihara dosha, akatayoga, balasamkshaya, daivaprokopa are verious causes for vandhyatva.nidana parivarjian and garbhadhana vidhi is onty chikitsa for this, ayurveda has a speciaI branch catled as vajeekarana for good proge6y. So with aim of treating streevandhyatva to improve generat heatth of *or.n, by improving diagestive power, ctear any obstruction or btockage, remove a[[ toxins and impurities, relax nervous system with satmya ahara vihara, shodhana karma , ayurvedic drugs tike madhur aushadhi sanskrita pumsavanakara, jeevaniya, Book of Abstracfs i 168
    • Global Ayurveda Festival - 241 4 lnternatianal Seminar sn Ayurveda far Public llealth garbhasthapaka drugs, yoga and pranayama shoutd be done to improve the rates of fertility. Key words -stree vandhyatva, chikitsa. 06-PO3 MANAGEMENT OF POLYCYSTIC OVARIAN DISEASE IN AYURVEDA KALYAi.II P . NISI.IANE, HEENA SHEIKH PRADEEP KINAGE, PG SCHOLAR, LECTURER, DEPT OF PRASUTT TANTRA AND STRI ROGA MGACH & RC IsALOD (H.), WARDHA, MAHARASHTRAI, DR.KALYANt.MAHt@GMA|L.COM, Potycystic ovarian disease is afast growing disease in females in present days. lt is characterised by singte or multiple cyst in ovaries, otigomenorrhoea, anovulation or oligoovulation and weight gain. Cases ofPoty cystic ovarian disease resulting in infertitity are atso raised. The existing treatments are not so satisfactory. So this is an attempt through Ayurveda approach to treat poty cystic ovarian disease with the hetp of Kanchanar guggutu and dietary management. Key words -Cyst, otigomenorrhoea, ovutation, infertitity, guggul.u. 06-PO4 A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON ETIOLOGY OF VANDHYATWA WSR TO MALE INFERTILITY KA55li,1 P A, NISHA KUA4ARI PG SCHOLAR, ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR & HOD DEPT OF ROGANIDANA, SDM COLLEGE OF AYURVEDA, HASSAN, DRKASSIMBAMS@YAHOO.COM lnfertitity witt be the major condition mankind witt be facing in the near future. The condition deserves huge importance as it questions the absolute existence of the human kind itsetf. Grossly it contributes to mentat, social, as welI as financial worries to the families. Exact cause of male infertitity is stitt unknown in its complete sense even in this modern era. ln Ayurveda treatises atI the nidana factors are not explained in one place but scattered. So the purpose of this review is to extract and classify many of the nidana factors totd and hidden in basic classifications of vyadhi (direct and indirect references) as we[l. as to compare and correlate these causes in the tight of modern science.An attempt is made to correlate modern etiotogical factors as we[[ as the Ayurveda references. The ctassification of vyadhi like - nanatmaja samanyaja, sapthavidha, are used to explain the concepts along with various references from concept of Ktaibya, Vandhyatwa, Shandatwa, Shukra Kshaya/Ksheena, ShukraSara, NidanarthakaraVyadhi, Santarpana Apatharpana JanyaVyadhi, Visha & Dushivisha, effect of Kala Vayah Ahara, and SrothoDushti. From alt the above mentioned references systematic anatysis of etiotogical factors is achieved as per - Genetic, hereditary, congenitat, Environmentat, Nutritionat, lnfectious, Behaviora[, Psychological, latrogenic, Hormonat, Traumatic, and miscettaneous causes. Ktaibya is mentioned as Santharpanajanyavyadhi white Shukrakshaya is mentioned asApatharpanajanyavyadhi. At the same time both varieties cause infertility even though the causes as wetl as the treatment are entirety opposite. Baak o{ Abstratfs I f69I
    • Global Ayurueda Festival - 2414 lrie.nalianal Seminar on Ayurveda for Publie Health Thus it shows that nutrition in excess or under the normal requirement graduatty leads to infertitity. Also many of the metabotic syndromes tike Obesity, Diabetes, Hypertipidemia, hypertension etc. are causing infertitity as per modern science as wetl as deficiency in zinc, Vitamin C, malnourishment, anemia, cetiac disease. This shoutd be analyzed property based on the nutrition (Ahara and sevanavidhi) avaitable in the present era. ln the same context only we can understand how Harithaki is said to be Shukrakshaya Karaka as wetl us it is used in Ktaibya Chikitsa. Many factors which are not exptained in the modern science are availabte in ayurvedic classics which require further research works to prove so. And many of these factors are often ignored by the pubtic as wetl as the physicians thinking they are insignificant. So individuat aspects related to etiotogy of mate infertitity witt be discussed in detail in the ful[ paper. 06 - PO5 REPRODUCTI