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5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo' Enriching Public Health Thought Ayurveda' 7-10 December 2012, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, lndia

5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo' Enriching Public Health Thought Ayurveda' 7-10 December 2012, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, lndia


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  • 1. Organizers ,!$e1fu. Y /oRtD fffitu} @ofMadhya Pradesh AYURVEDA FOI.]NDAT ON 1gg.J # Gofr ofChhatisqarh World Auurveda Cdnnresi & [,o4qa txpoEnriching Public Healttt Througtt Ayurveda 7-10 December 2012, Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, lndia Prime Sponsor x &6* ila€*qd- qp#ch^:!i* Ftt?fm€xcll @ *-&9.:!ii.- r.*a .?W* * PHARMACEUTICATS EXPOA] PROMOIION COUNCIL Mininry olcomm€r.€ & lnd8try *.ry= AVS, Kottakkal AVP. Coimbatore
  • 2. CHIEF PATRONS NATIOI{AL ORGAI{ISING CONTITIEEShri Ghulam Nabi Azad ChairHon;ble Minister for H & FW Gow of lndia Dr P R Krishna Kumar, AVP, CoimbatoreShri Shivraj Singh Chauhan Co-ChairsHonble Chief Minister, Govt of Madhya Pradesh Dr Raghavendra Kulkarni. HyderabadShri Sudip Bandyopadhyay Dr Jayaprakash Narayan, Bengal uruHonble Minister of State, H & FW Govt of lndia Secretary GeneralShri S Gandhiselvan Dr G Geetha Krishnan, New DelhiHonble Minister of State, H & FW, Gow of lndia Chief Co-ordinatorShri Raman Singh Shri Chandrasekharan Nair, BengaluruHonble Chief Minister, Gow of Chhattisgarh Joint Chief CoordinatorPATROITS Shri Praveen Ramdas, BhopalShri Kailash Vijayvargiya SCIENTIFIC COMMITTEEHonble Minister for Science and Technology, Chair - Dr Ajay Kumar Sharma, Director, NlA, JaipurGow of Madhya Pradesh Co-Chair - Dr Ram Manohar, DirectorShri Mahendra Herdia AVP Research Foundation, CoimbatoreHonble Minister for H & FW Medical Education Secretary - Dr Vivek Sanker, BengaluruAYUSH, Gow of Madhya Pradesh ASSOCIATE EVENTSfrlATlOl{At STEERIilG COlt$lTTEE Chair - Shri Ranjit Puranik, MumbaiChair Co-Chair - Dr Srinivas Prasad, KLE College, BelgaumDr Vijay Bhatkar, President Vijnana Bharati & Chairman Secretary - Dr Pawankumar Godatwar, NlA, JaipurBoard of Governors, llT Delhi AROGYA EXPO 2012Co-Chair Chair - Shri Subharthee Dey, President, ADMA, MumbaiDr P M Varier, Arya Vaidya sala, Kottakkal Secretary, AROGYA Clinic Management -Convener Vd Vinay Velankar, Dombiwal iShri R A Khandelwa[ Commissioner Secretary, AROGYA Expo- DrTanuja Gokhale, PuneDept of AYUSH. Gow of Madhya PradeshMembers Co-ordinator - DrTushar Mandlilc Bhopal INTERNATIONAL DELEGATES ASSEMBLYIIDA)Prof O P Upadhyaya, VC. GRAU, PunjabDr P V Appaji, Director General, Pharmexcil, New Delhi Chair - Dr KAnil Kumat Bengaluru Co-Chairs - Dr Antonio Morandi, ltaly,Dr Bhushan Patwardhan, VC, SlU, Pune Ms Pratichi Mathur, USA, Dr George Berra, ArgentinaProf Umesh Ch.Sarma, VC, SSUH5, Guwahati Secretary - Dr Rajesh Kotecha, JaipurDr Medhavi Lal Sharma,VC, GAU, JamnagarProf Radhey Shyam, VC, RAU, Jodhpur Convener - DrTanuja Gokhale, PuneProf C B Jha, Dean, Faculty of Ayurveda, BHU, Varanasi STUDENTSPROGRAMMEVaidya Raghunandan Sharma, President, CCIM, New Delhi Chair - Dr B R Ramakrishna, PrincipalProf MS Bhaghel, Director, IPGT & RA, GAU, Jamnagar Sushrutha Ayurveda College, BengaluruShri A Jayakumar Co-Chair - Dr Asit Panja, NlA, JaipurSecretary General, Vijnana Bharati, New Delhi Jt Conveners - Dr Dhananjay Kulkarni, PuneProf N P Shukla, Chairman, MP Pollution Control Board Vd Bhavdeep Ganatra, AhmedabadDr Sudhir Sharma, Chairman, CR|SP, Govt. of MP PUBLICATIONS AND DOCUMENTATIONShri Jayant Sahasrabudhe Chair- Shri K P Eashwar, ChennaiNational Organising Secretary,Vijnana Bharati Convener - Ms Reena Mehta, DelhiEx-Officio Members DELEGATE MANAGEMENT CELLChair, National Organising Committee Chair - Dr Sreeramji Jyothishi, NagpurSecretary General, National Organising Committee Convener - Dr Mamata Mishra, MumbaiNATIOI{AI ADVISORY BOARD FINANCE COMM]TTEEMembers Chair - Dr Akhilesh Pandey, ChairmanDr T Ramasami, Secretary, Department of Science and Technology, Private University Commission, BhopalGovernment of lndia Secretary - Dr Sunil Kumar,TrivandrumDr S Ayyappan, Secretary. Department of Agriculture Education,Government of lndia and Director General, lndian Council of LOGISTICS COMMITTEEAgricultural Research Chair- Prof Piyush Trivedi, VC, RGPV BhopalMr Uday KumarVerma, Secretary, lnformation and Broadcasting Govt. Secretary - Dr Madhusudan Deshpande,of lndia Arogya Bharati, BhopalShri Rajiv Kher, Additional Secretary POSTER PAVITIONDepartment of Commerce, Government of lndiaProf K I Vasu, Founder-President, Vrjnana Bharati Chair - Dr K5 Jayashree, BengaluruDr H R Nagendra, Vice Chancellor, S-WASA, Bengaluru Convener - Dr Kamini Koushal, HaridwarDr Naresh Trehan, Medanta, New Delhi COMMUNICATION CELtShri Darshan 5ankar, lAlM, Bengaluru Dr Anupama Raju, llAM, BengaluruPadma Bhushan Vaidya Devendra Triguna PR AND PUBTICITYPresident, All lndia Ayurvedic Congress Chair - Prof B K Kuthiala, VC, MCU, BhopalProf Pramod KVerma, Scientific Advisor to Convener - Shri Vijesh Lunawat, BhopalGovernment of Madhya PradeshDr Shankar Tatwawadi, Nagpur ZONAL CHAIRSDr B G Gopinath, Managing Trustee, Prof 5 P Bhattacharjee, (East zone)World Ayurveda Foundation, Bengaluru Dr K C Ballal, Bengaluru (South zone) DrVV Doiphode, Pune (West zone) Dr B M Gupta, (North zone)
  • 3. Abstracts of Selected Papers for oral and Poster Presentation
  • 4. ABSTRACTSAbstracts of Selected Papers for Oral and Poster Presentation sth World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo Focal theme Enriching Public Health Thrrough Ayurveda 7-llDecemb er 2012 Bhopal, Madhya Pradesh, lndia
  • 5. OVorld Ayurveda Foundation, 20 I 2Published byWorld Al"urveda Foundation, I 07/ I , Margosa Road, Between I 3th and 1 4th Cross, Malleswaram,Bengaluru - 560 003,IndiaDisclaimerThe information contained in this publication represents those of the respective authors and northose of the publisher, the Vijnana Bharati.tfr{itEbyWod(Station Systems Pvt. Ltd. H-35, Govindpura lndustrial Estate, Bhopal.
  • 6. CONTENTSForeword vtlA Jayakum ar, S ecretary-G eneral,Vijnana BharatiFrsn the. desk ef Seerehry-Geeeral IXG Geetha Krishnan Seuetary-General,SthWorld4yuroeda Congress andArogya Expo 2012Preface xtProf. Ajay Kumar Sharma, Director, National Institute of ,43turzteda,Jaipur, andChairman, Scientific Cotnmittee, 5th IY/ACA Note from the Scientific Review Committee xtilAbstract Reviewers xvSection A: Abstracts Selected for Oral presentation 1Section B: Abstracts Selected for Poster presentation 141
  • 7. FOREWORDTheforld Ayurveda Congress CWAC) is back! For most people. But for us atviinana Bharati(VIBHA),$[AC is always awork in progress. It had a great beginning at Kochi n 2002 and ismoving on thereafter from place to place carrying the message of Ayurveda, It is forever gath--ering momentum with new sets of ideas, people (both young and old), and innovations. 7hilethere is no change in the overall mission for whichWAC was instituted, the Congress has alwaysset new goals and benchmarks challenging not only the capabilities of colleagues atVIBHA butalso those of the Ayurveda fraternity. Each time and every time. A few years ago, some of my colleagues had suggested that we organize$fAC a| a particularplace each time, thereby creating a distinct identity for itself among the people. Though there issome merit in their argument, what overrides this argument is the potential of$7AC to generateawareness on Ayurveda among different sets of people in different states of the counuy. Trueto this line of thought, we have been able to create new friends of Ayurveda and new stakehold-ers. Today, more people, including the general public, are in the fold saying, more often thannor,yesto Ayurveda with an open mind.To that extentrVIBHA is happy to $hare that$fAC ismeeting its objectives. The 4th edition was special in one respect: the genesis of the $7orld Ayurveda Foundation (WAF). The idea is to bring all our current and planned future activities related to Ayurveda under one umbrella. I thank all those who made it happen. JflAF is also in the process of get- ting the wherewithal to give accreditation and provide authenticity to Ayurveda institutions and educational courses nrn overseas. Among the various programmes run byVIBHA,r$(/AC holds a special place in our calendar. The other prominent ones are GIST (a programme for Global Indian Scientists and Techno- crats) and BharatiyaVigyan Sammelan (BVS).While the first edition of GIST focused on the all-important issue of $7ater, the BVS 2012 brought together prominent scientists and techno- crats from within the country to find local solutions to the various issues the country faces. We have a similar movement in the fields of ehergy and environment too. As for the 5th edition ofWAC,I am extremely grateful to Shri Shivraj Singh Chouhan, the Honble Chief Minister of the Government of Madhya Pradesh. The state governments sup- porr was invaluable in every sense of the term. My special thanks to Department of AYUSH, Ministry of Health and FamilyWelfare, Government of India, for the support it rendered to(/AC over the years. Most importantly, myPranamto all delegates and Ayr.rrveda experts from all over the world.lyye are humbled by the fact that you have always considered this Congress as the importantplatform to share your knowledge and wisdom. I strongly believe that sincere efforts will nevergo waste. In that context, I do hbpe that the output/outcome of this Congress, which will be atangible manifestation of your collective knowledge and wisdom, will find its deserving place inthe health-care policies of not only the Government of Madhya Pradesh, but also of the Depart-ment of AYUSH, Government of India. My love to the team behindr$(/AC. Best wishes A Jayakumar Secretary-General, Vijnana Bharati
  • 8. FROM THE DESK OF SECRETARY-GENERAL,5THlitAc... :It is not about abstracts that I wouldlike to write here. It is about the people and the societythat they concern with. From 2002 to 2012,1have seen and felt the pulse of7orld AyurvedaCongress CU7AC), its growth as the largest platform forAyurveda, and perhaps one of the largestin the area of CAM, internationally. For me, WAC represents the changing world of Ayurvedaand the people who drive that change.The most perceivable change during this decade has beenthe openness with which the Ayurvedacommunity has accepted the demand for evidence andturned around its course to enable itself to the generation of clinical evidence. Today "drug dis-covery" does not mean turning up the samhitas and "discovering" a previously not read formu-lation, but building up a case with the support of combinatorial chemistry, metabolomics andsystems biology to logically defend a new combination of medicinal plants for its target (oftenmultiple) specific clinical benefit(s). "$(rhole system research" has become the focus now and"Translational research" no longer means research in translating Sanskrit texts to Hindi andEnglish. NlH-funded research is no longer unheard of or a distant hope. Tertiary care hospitalsare opening up for integrating Ayurveda. There are more youngsters (of age 20-30 years) seek-ing Ayurveda from among a multitude of options available at multilsuper specialty hospitalsthan any other age group. Suddenly for the first time since I was introduced to Ayurveda, as astudent in 1989, it seems there is light at the end of the tunnel.The society is putting its faithback in Ayurveda and future generation seems to choose it over other options. It is also about people. In 2002,I would not have found another Dr Ram Manohar. He rep-resents a new genre of people who lead Ayurveda with truth, science and defined systems as itscore value. So do the nearly 90 reviewers from all over the world who had helped analyse andselect the oral, poster, and e-publication abstracts. Youngsters like Dr Vivek Shankar deservespecial mention in their dedication to the science and the responsibility at hand. The greatestchange in people I saw is in the industry. Mr Ranjit Puranik has been exceptional in this regard.He would spend months of his invaluable time, planning and executing, so as to enable hiscompetitors to compete with him, with dignity and meaning.And there had never been a timewhen the research community in Ayurveda had so opened up and reacted swiftly to a newlyintroduced submission procedure for a scientific seminar. The thousands of abstracts submit-ted online, within the compactness of the defined criteria, themselves speak of a time, for whichchange is "inevitability". It is also worthwhile to note that this set of abstracts shall be carried in special issues ofPubmed indexed journals of Ayurveda, which itself will be a "first-time" in the sector. I am surethat you will find these abstracts extremely useful and I hope you would be able to feel the un- dercurrent of change which they represent. Dr G Geetha Krishnan 29 November 2012 Secretary-General, 5th $7AC New Delhi Trustee : World Ayrrveda Foundation Senior Consultant: Ayurveda, Medanta Chief Coordinator: Integrative Medicine, Medanta
  • 9. PREFACETheWorld Ayurveda Congress had been in existence for over a decade now and had organize{four mega events, the lst at Kochi, 2nd in Pune, 3rd in Jaipur, 4th in Bengaluru and the present5th Conference ar Bhopal. I had the opportunity to participate in all these mega events and amproud of the opportunity to actively participate in the 3rd WAC held in my National InstituteofAyurveda. Our country has made tremendous progress in health indicators over the past many decades.In spite of the impressive progress made, a high proportion of population, especially in ruralareas, still continues to be deprived of quality health care on equitable basis at affordable costs. Ifeel here Ayurveda can play a vital role to take care ofthe day-to-day health care needs of a vastrural population. 7e all know and everyone will appreciate thatAyurveda has a proven track record ofsuccessthrough ages and it is the bounden duty of all of us to bring this science into a global focus, sothat benefits of this rich science is available to the mankind all over the world. As per the lforldHealth Organizations Report, even today more than 80% of the worlds population depends onAyurveda and other natural systems of medicines to cure their diseases as they cannot afford tobuy the expensive medicines of the advanced world. Today, even the developed countries looktowards Alrrrveda and other Indian Systems of Medicines as the last hopes for curing many ofthe diseases, when allopathy fails. Cure of infectious disease like AIDS, chikungunia, dengue is really the challenge to both allopathy and Ayurveda. ilfho knows one day Ayurveda and other Indian Systems of Medicines may come out with wonder drugs to cure these deadly diseases? The present 5th 7orld Ayurveda Congress will throw light on various aspects such as col- laboration with foreign countries in the field of education, training, clinical research, publica- tions, manufacturing etc. so that the Ayurvedic System of Medicine will be able to reach each every corner of the globe for welfare of mankind. The aims and objectives of this Congress will be achieved with all efforts. As the Congress is held every two years the organizers have ample time and opportunity to sit together to analyze and churn various outcomes for implementation of the so arrived opinions and decisions for further improvement and enriching of Ayurvedic System of Medicine for acceptance globally. If this is done, I hope, we can achieve a lot for the welfare of mankind. One of the main objectives of the Congress is to discuss and elaborate the possibilities of further globalization of Ayurveda by entering into collaboration, cooperation, bilateral agreements, etc. for teaching, training, research and treatment aspects of Ayurveda and also ro initiate proper legislation and validation of Ayurveda in the countries which are inter- ested to adopt Ayrrveda as a system of medicine. Efforts will also be made to find out ways and means to increase export potential of Ayurvedic medicines to foreign countries. The outcome of the deliberations and discussions of the Congress will go a long way in show- ing the right path to the global Ayurvedic community in the need for propagation, protection and adopting Ayurveda for a long and sound health at a time when many foreign countries and narionals are rurning rowards this ancient divine system of medicine for leading a purposeful and sound healthy life free from diseases. I wish all success for this mega international event. Prof. Aiay Kurnar Shartna Director, National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur Chairman, Scientific Cornmittee, 5th $fAC
  • 10. A NOTE FROM THESCIENTIFIC REVIEW COMMITTEEA blinded peer reaiewed process to scrutinise and select abstracts...The 5th World Ayurveda Congress has taken a major step forward in introducing an onlindmodule based peer review system for submission, review, revision, selection, editing, schedulingand creating the abstract book in a professional manner.This has been done with a view to makethe lil/orld Ayurveda Congress a platform and stepping stone for showcasing the best researchhappening in the field of Ayurveda. The abstract submission module has been designed to enable researchers to submit abstractsthat are structured and focused, but brief at the same time. Good abstract writing is so impor-tant in scientific communication because it is the abstracts that are often seriously read to takeeditorial decisions and even accessed by researchers in international databases. We wanted to enforce a rigorous peer review system to enable fair evaluation of the sub-mitted abstracts. All abstracts were reviewed in a blinded manner without revealing names ofauthors and their institutional affiliations. There were two rounds of blinded internal review bythe editorial team and many abstracts were sent back to the authors for revision. In the nextstep, the abstracts were sent to about 150 experts all over the world. Amongst them, more than80 responded and scored the abstracts based on various parameters like originaliry, scientificimportance, rigour of methodology, appropriate analysis and proper conclusions. In the lastphase, the senior members of the scientific committee picked up the abstracts for oral and posterpresentations based on the rating given by the external reviewers. Ve could select only a few abstracts for oral presentations compared to the posters and e-publication. It is not true that the best papers were selected for oral presentation. We looked atat the nature of the study and which format would be most suited for its presentation.Therefore,some of the papers selected for oral presentation represent abstract ideas because they cannot beeffectively presented as posters.Whereas some concrete studies are more graphically presented as posters, they were assigned for the poster sessions. Moreoverr the 7orld Ayurveda Congresshas always given importance to posters compared to other conferences. Posters are allowed tobe displayed for almost the entire duration of the conference in a very visible way. There has not been much of editorial intervention due to paucity of time. However, we be-lieve that the richness of the content presented in these abstracts far outweighs the glitches thatyou may notice on the language front. A very important step taken by the congress is to publish the abstracts in PubMed indexedresearch journals on Ayurveda. Post the congress, three journals in the field of Ayurveda willpublish parts of the selected abstracts as a supplement.This will make these abstracts visible forresearchers around the world. The abstracts of the Congress will also be indexed in DHARA online database - www.dharaonline.org. Authors are also invited to submit their papers for publication in the official journals of the congress which are PubMed indexed and this process would be facilitated by the scientific com- mittee.
  • 11. ABSTRACT REVIEWERSChair l0 BaliYogitha 46 RajaseHraran S.DrAjay Kumar Sharma 11 Bavadekar Shriprasad 47 Rajendra PD SharmaDirector, National Institute of 12 Bhokardankar Prashant 48 RajmohanVAyurveda, Jaipur, Rajasthan, 13 Byadgi Parmeswarappa 49 Ranade SunandaIndia 14 Christian Kessler 50 Reetu Sharnra (Germany) 5l Sanjay KumarCo-Chair 15 Dinakara Sharma M 52 Sanjeev RastogiDr P Ram Manohar 16 Dixit Upendra 53 Santosh Kumar BhattedDirector, AVP Research 17 Dornala Sathyanarayana 54 Sawikar ShriramFoundation, C oimbatore, 18 Durgawati Devi 55 Sekhar Namburi URTamil Nadu,India 19 Gopesh Mangal 56 Shailaza Bhamagar 20 HankeyAlex (UK) 57 Shamsa FiazSecretary 21 Hiremath Shobha 58 Shankar Rao KDr M KVivek Sankar 22 llavarasuJudu 59 Sharad Maroti PorteHead, CCR I AIM 23 Indtt Bala Kaul 60 Shashi KiranBengaluru, Karnataka, India 24 lai Prakash SinCh 61 Sivaramaprasad 25 Jaiswal ML Vinjamury (USA)Editorial Members 26 Janardhan Krishna 62 SreevathsSuiith Subash 2? JoglekarVP 63 Subramanya SSomit Kumar 28 Joshi Chintamani 64 Sudipt RathAnita Mahapatra 29 JoshiYashashree 65 Sumit nathaniAramyaAR 30 Kashinath Samagandi 66 Sunil KumarSujithra RM 31 Kishore Patwardhan 67 Sunil KumarYadavRamya 32 Krishnan Geetha 68 Supriya BhaleraoShreelatha 33 Kulkarni Omkar 69 Suresh PShriranjini 34 KulkarniYogini 70 Sushila SharmaAshwini 35 ManoVenkattaman 71 Swapana B (usA) 72 Syal Kumar (GermanY)External Reviewers 36 Mita Kotecha 73 Thangavelu Madan (UK)I Ajay Kumar Sahu 37 Nagendra HR 74 Toshikhane Hemant2 Anand Dhruva (USA) 38 Nageshwar RaoV 75 Ubale Sandeep3 Anita Sharma 39 Narayana DBA 76 Venkateshwarlu G4 Antonio Morandi (Italy) 40 Nene Priya 77 Venugopal SN5 Ashwini Godbole 41 Pankal Kundal 78 Vikas Bhatnagar6 Ashwini Kumar Raut 42 Phadke Aashish 79 Vinay Mahajan7 Badole Sachin 43 Prasad BS 80 VinodTG8 Baghel MS 44 Priyadarshini Shantala 8l Yadav CRg Balasubramani SP 45 Rajagopala S 82 Yogesh Murti
  • 12. ef7a@ea SECTION A Abstracts Selectedfor Oral Presentation qQaea
  • 13. IOOOi-rEfficacy of the toasted garlic with jaggery in the management ofkastartavaTANRGunaratna :Purlrose: A randomised placebo controlled study was undertaken to examine the effect ofa traditional remedy consisting of two plant ingredients (Garlic - Allium sathtum and Jaggery- Caryota urens) for the management of Kastartava (dysmenorrhoea).Mettrod: Sixty female volunteers were selected from GampahaTickramarachchi Ayurveda In-sritute, IJniversity of Kelaniya, Sri Lanka. Test group (30) was treated with remedy (25 g oftoasted garlic with 5 g of jaggery) and Placebo group (30) was treated with 30 millilitres ofdistilled water at the onset of menstruation pain for a period of three months Pain and othersymptoms were rated using five point scalesResult: P-value according to the analysis of the Test Group in the comparison of before andafter treatment and first, second and third month were less than 0.05. Significant relief in painwas observed in the study group at the end of three months.Conclusion: Garlic exhibitsVikashi guna (antispasmodic) andVedhana shaman (analgesic) ac-tivity. Its antispasmodic activity relieves spasms of the voluntary and involuntary by strengthen-ing nerves. Garlic and jaggery decrease aggravated Apana vata and Kapha in the Artava vahasrothas and increase the Pitta. This remedy is, therefore, helpful in regulating menstrual flowand relieving pain. Statistical analysis suggests (p<0.05) that toasted garlic with jaggery is aneffective remedy for I(astartava.lOOlr-rProtective effect of yashtimadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra) against side ef-fects of radiation/chemotherapy in head and neck malignanciesDebabrata Das, H M Chandola, SK Agarwal1 ProJessor and HOD, Dept of Radiotherapy, M P Shah Medical College ts G G Hospiial, JamnagarPurpose: This study aims to evaluate the scope for minimising the radiation induced mucositis,skin reaction, xerostomia, change in voice etc with an Ayurvedic Ghrita preparation i.e.Yashti-madhu Ghrita. Health-related quality of life measures have been used as an outcome measure.Method: Inclusion Criteria- Patients between 30 and 60 years with histopathologically provenhead and neck malignancies and who had not irritially been treated by Radiotherapy subject toHb% -->9% and Serum Protein within normal limits. Exclusion uiteria - Those on palliativecourse of treatment, who have taken Radiotherapy earlier, and below 30 years and above 60years with history of Hypertension, Cardiac Ailments, Diabetes and those allergic to Platinswere excluded from the study.Yashtimadhu root was subjected to pharmacognostical study andthe raw drug and its powder was used for microscopic assessment and authentication.
  • 14. Oral Presentation Resule Thble No. 2: Comparison of side effects berween the study groups (A, B and- C) and control grqup D showing Groups and reactions before and after treatment (x2 p). p x2 Group A: Mucositis 6.71. <0.001 2.04 <0.001, Skin reactions 0.34 >0.1 0.34 >0.1, Xerostomia 0.0r4 >0.r 4.3g >0.r, change invoice 0.014 >0.1 14.39 <0.001 Group B: Mucositis 3.20 >0.1 8.98 <0.001, Skin reactions 6.g2 <0.001 0.46 )0.1, Xerostomia O.I2 >0.1 2.30 >0.l, Change in voice I l.5g <O.OOL 14.42 <0.001 Group C: Mucositis 1.50 >0.1 1.22 >0.1, Skin reactions O.OZ >0.1 2.58 >0.1, Xerostomia. 1.22 >0.1 0.86 >0.1, Change in voice 4.03 >0.1 2.26 >0.1 Conclusion: The intensity of radiation and chemotherapy induced mucositis was reduced to a great extent enabling food intake. The hematological levels were maintained within normal lim- its enabling timely administration of chemorherapy. The side effects were more visible in pitta- dominated prakriti since radiation is similar tcr Agni and chemotherapy to Tikshna aushadhi. There were no side effects of the trial drug. Xerostomia symptoms were persistent and the trial drug had no effect on this particular side effect. I 0028 Management of progressive glaucomatous optic neuropathy- a neo ayurvedic approach Veeranagouda S AdoorPurpose: Ganglion cells with nerve fibre layer contribute a substantial fraction to the retinalthickness (RT), which is usually decreased in Glaucoma. This is measured by optical Coher-ence Topography (OCT), which enables objective noninvasive evaluarion of the posterior poleand could become helpful in diagnosis of glaucoma before the onset of functional damage. Evenvisual fields analysis and retinal sensitivity threshold measurement also enable the assessmenrof progression of glaucomatous optic neuropathy. In this study, we wanted to compare the rateof progression/halting of progression of optic neuropathy between two treaffnent modalities byassessing all these parameters.Method: Progression of glaucomatous optic neuropathy was assessed between 20 eyes treatedwith modern antiglaucoma drops alone (Group-A) and 20 eyes treated rvith both modern an-tiglaucoma drops and Ayurvedic management (Classical line of management with srress onchakshusya-rasayana) (Group-B) for 90 days. In both grqups, visual acuity, Retinal Nerve FibreI-ayer (RNFL), Visual fields, Applanation Tonometry, DO/IDO were tested periodically anddatas collected. Follow up 2 months. Result: After completion of 3 months of trearment in Group-A, 7 eyes RNFL was unaltered,with significant decrease in RNFL in 13 eyes, visual field defect found to be worsened in g eyes,unchanged in l2 eyes. Retinal sensitivity was found to be decreased in l5 eyes. After completionof 3 months treatment of Group-B, the RNFL thickness was unchanged in 13 eyes and slightlyimproved in 2 eyes, worsened in 5 eyes, with no significant changes in visual fields of all parients,however retinal threshold sensitivity was found to be,increased in z eyes.Conclusion: A classical ayurvedic line of treatment especially of chakshusya-rasayana in natureif given as adjuvant with modern antiglaucoma management, rhe rate of progression of glauco-4 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogya Expo2012
  • 15. Oral Presentationsurtous optic neuropathy can be significantly slowed down or can be halted with overall visualsatus improvement of the patient.lO0ll,lRole of uttarbasti in cases of benign enlargement of prostateRamesh RajguruPurgrose The aim of the study is to evaluate the efficacy of uttarabasti in cases of benign en-largement of prostate. Investigations like USG were done to assess prostate size and post voidurine residue in bladder. Also routine investigations like CBC, urine tests were done.Method: Patient should lie on bed. After cleaning penile area, sterile rubber catheter is passedthrough penis till it reaches urinary bladder. Bladder is evacuated completely by giving pressureover basti area. Then 20 ml SAHACHAR taila is administered in the bladder. Patient should lieon bed for half an hour. Pulse and blood pressure are recorded and nadisweda is given over Bastiarea to avoid further pain. Medications used are Gokshuradi Guggul and Chandraprabha vatiand Chandanasav. Medications was given for one month and after one month Rasayan churnawas administered for two months.Result: The effects of this treatment was observed in 18 patients. Patients reported passingof oil with no pain while passing urine after two days After a week, burning and str:iin duringurination was relieved.Within two weeks the patients were symptom free. Patients also reportedimproved sexual activity after the procedure.Conclusion: Uttarbasti is helpful in management of cases of benign enlargement of prostateThis procedure was tried on patients in rural as well as in urban areas and patients are beingfollowed up on a long-term basis.I OO,l2A comparative clinicalevaluation of thyromax powder against thy-roxine sodium in the management of hypothyroidismNitin Ujjaliya, Remedevi R, S V Krishnankutty1V P SV4yurveda College,2 Maulana Muhispecility HospitalPurpose:The thyroid gland regulates metabolism of the body by virtue of its hormones. Insuffl-cient levels of thyroid hormone cause signs and symptoms such as slower metabolic rate, weightgain, sleepiness, pufri face, dry and cool skin, as well as others. This condition collectively canbe called as Hypothyroidism. Hypothyroidism is most common in women than men. Accordingto a study, it affects 3.9To people with 9.4% subclinical condition.The sole available treatmentfor this in conventional science is HRT which is not always free from side effects and has to betaken lifelong. This study was aimed to search an option for Hypothyroidism in terms of herbs.Method: Traditionally practised drugs Gu6. uca Sawam and Amalaka car6am was taken ina combination named Thyromax powderrM which was standardized before commencing withclinical trial. For the standardization of study drug; SOP guidelines were followed and HPTLCprofile of individual content andThyromax powder was prepared. A controlled clinical trial wasplanned with 20 newly diagnosed participants, who were not exposed to any medicament, withThyroxine sodium in conuol group for the duration of 3 month. Assessment was done on thebasis of six subjective parameters and thyroid function test. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 5
  • 16. Oral PresentationResult: On statistical analysis, study drug showed a high positive correlation on subjective pa-rameters while control group showed significant result on T3 and T4 levels. Both the groupswere found statistically insignificant on TSH level.Conclusion: HPTLC profile showed four chemical constituents in Gu6. uca Sawam and 11peaks in Amalaka car6lam extracts. There was no negative impression in HPTLC profile ofThyromax powder due to combination. Thyromax powder is found to be more effective in re-ducing the subjective parameters. Thyroxine sodium is found to be more effective on T3 andT4 parameters.Thyromax powder andThyroxine sodium both are found to be insignificant onTSH level.roo48Epidemiological study of metabolic syndrome with randomized con-trol trial of arjuna (Terminolia orjunaw. & a.) and agnimantha (Premnaintegrifolia linn)Ashish Tiwari, Himmat Lal Dhaker, Pawankumar Godatwar, Bal Krishan SevatkarPurpose: In the past few years Metabolic Syndrome (MS) has become the leading problem oftoday world. By 2A25,three out of four people with diabetes will be living in third world coun-tries, and similar trends are likely for the other components of the syndrome. On keeping theabove fact in mind, the present work was planned to study the epidemiological aspect of meta-bolic syndrome and evaluate the efficacy certain herbal drugs to break the pathogenesis of MS.MethodiThe present work was divided into two phases.Phase 1: Epidemiological study - 1 100 subjects in the age group of 18 to 70 of both sex (exclud-ing pregnant women) were included after informed consent. Phase 2: Randomized Clinical trial- On the basis of inclusion and exclusion criteria 100 diagnosed metabolic syndrome cases (63male and 37 female) were randomized in two groups - Group-I : 50 (35 male, 15 female) casestreared with 6 g BD Arjuna Churna., Group-II : 5O (32 male, l8 female) cases treated with 6 gBD Agnimanth churna.Result: In the epidemiological study, 500 overweight (BMI 23 KglM3) subjects were foundand incidence of overweight subjects was 454 : 1000 (45%). Out.of all overweight subjects 200M.S. subjects were found. So incidence of M.S. subjects was 400 : 1000 (40%) and 182 : l00O(18.2%) in the age group of 18 to 70 years general population of Jaipur in Rajasthan.Conclusion: Inthe RCT,bothArjuna andAgnimanthashowed statisticallysignificant (p<O.0Ol)efficacy on parameters such as weight, BMI, visceral fat, body fat%, WHR, Blood glucose andlipid profile. Arjuna emerged better in symptoms such as- Hriddrava, Nisha-mutratar Shirah-shoola, Svedadhikya, and Alpabala while Agnimantha was better in Alasya, I(oshthabaddhata,Chalasphikaudarastana, Krichchha Vyavayata, I(shudhavriddhi, Nidrad-hikya, KshudrashwasaPipasadhikya, Bahumutrata and Bhrama.6 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 17. Oral Presentationr0062Fluorescence and sound producing nature of pathogens: anayurvedic perspectiveAbhilash MullasserilPurpose: Recently modern scientist are keenly researching on the illuminations produced bythe microbes. According to microbiologists the colonies of bacteria especially pathogenic onescan fluoresce and make characteristic smells. It is the modern discovery that the bacteria canmake sounds and they communicate with each other.The modern scientists use the word Quo-rum Sensing for the method of communication. The invention of the device known as nanoear, which uses the gold nano particles can enable the human to hear the voice of bacteria asthe German inventers published n 2olz.The aim of this paper to correlate both Ayurveda andmodern findings.Method: Classical Ayurvedic texts along with the commentaries were carefully studied to com-pile information on microbes and their flourescence and sound producing natureResult: It was observed that there is evidence in the ancient texts to suppose that the an-cientAyurvedic experts had knowledge about the flourescence and sound producing nature ofpatho-gens.Conclusion: The chapter,of Krminidana of Madhavanidana provides evidence that the an-cient Ayurvedic physicians had knowledge of microbiology and pathogens that draw parallelswith contemporary scientific findings.l0065Consumer approach of health and AyurvedaSagra Szaba,Viktaria Szente, Zoltain Szaka;lyPurpose: The aim of this study was to explore the differences of health interpretation be-tweenpeople with Ayurvedic approach and non Ayurvedic but health conscious approach. rWrhile Ay-urveda has a holistic approach to health, the European medicine focuses on the physical aspects(bio-medicinal model). Although theoretically a complex interpretition of health (bio-psycho-social model) is the most accepted in Hungary, we examined whether it prevails on a practicallevel.Method:l$[e carried out a representative survey (N=1000) to examine the health-related knowl-edge and behaviour of the Hungarian population. To achieve deeper understanding of the sub-iect, we carried out two focus group discussions.We selected health conscious people in the firstgroup and ayurvedic oriented people in the second group to compare their attitudes towardshealth.Result: The results showed that the majority of the Hungarian population (83.2%) has recog-nised that health is more than the bio-medicinal approach, it builds up of physical, psycho-logical, mental and social factors but in most cases we found huge gaps between recognitionand action. During discussions the Ayurvedic oriented group construed an interpretation thatcontained all the five health dimensions of WHO and mentioned spirituality as an additionaldimension, while the health conscious group mainly emphasized physical health. Jfe also askedthe participants about their own health behaviour and found the same pattern. Organized byWorld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 7
  • 18. Oral PresentationConclusion: It can be stated that the Hungarian population theoretically admits an integra-tive model of health but it does not appear in their health behaviour. It seems that Ayurvedicorientation contributes to bringing knowledge to practice. Ayurvedic oriented people have morecomplex interpretation of health and are willing to do more for their health, so they are a goodtarget group of prevention campaigns and health care services, It also suggests that the spread ofAyurvedic approach could contribute to better health behaviour in Hungary.I OOTzlAclinicalstudy on shweta pradar (leucorrhoea) and its managementwith nimbadiyogaPoonam Choudhary, Grishma Solanki, Luxmipriya DeiPurpose: Intro:ductionLeucorrhoea, the abnormal vaginal discharge is quite frequently met inday to day gynecological practice. The7orld Health Organization estimated that there arc 333million new cases of curableVulvovaginal infections fl/Vls) per year. A study in India has shownthat the prevalence.of reproductive tract infections was 37 .O%o based on symptoms and 36.70/oby laboratory investigations, including3l%o Candidiasis, 3olo Gonorrhoea, 2o/oTrichomoniasisand 45o/o Bacterial vaginosis.Method: 58 patients of reproductive age group with complaint of Shwetapradara were selecredfrom the O.P.D. of I.P.G.T. & R.A., and were investigated with the help of wet vaginal smear byaid of pathology department of institute.Inclusion criteria of patient: Only married women aged 18-50 years.,The patients havingclinical signs and symptoms of Shwetapradara (Leucorrhoea). Exclusion crireria of patient :Unmarried women, Pregnant women, Patients of Tuberculosis,VDRL, HIV Gonorrhoea, etc.and Genital malignancy, Congenital and other pathologies of reproductive rracr, Trial Drug : INimbadiYoniVarti (I.{imba Patra,Triphala,Yavakuta, Sphatika and Madhu) of 3 g as vaginalsuppository at bed time for duration of 7 days and follow up after I month. After completionof the course, wet vaginal smear was repeated to get the results of treatment. Follow up forre-occurrence of infection was carried out for I month wirh 15 days interval.Result: Statistically highly significant (P<0.001) ,..rrir, were found inYonigata Lakshalana i.e.Yonisrava (93.15%),Yoni Daurgandhya (99:16%), Srava consistency (96.77%),Yoni Kandu(94.92%o)Yoni Daha (100%) andYoniVedana (100%). Provided 100% relief in vulvitis whilerelief in other local pathologies like vaginitis (97.37%), cervicitis (100%) and on local tender-ness (100%) were statistically highly significant (P<0.001). Relief in fungal hyphae (96.67%)and in pus cells (93.39%) statistically highly significant (P<0.001), while on trichomonas vagi-nalis 100% relief was obtained.Conclusion: Nimbadi yoni varti is safe and effective medicine for management of Leucor-rhoea.I OO..l5Effect of phalaghritha yonipichu in prasramsinl yonivyapathChethana KumariPurpose: Among the various phases of womens life- pregnancy, parturition and lactation playsa significant role in perineal laxiry which is further compromised due to repeated child birth,menopause etc. This perineal laxity leads to uterine prolapse which can be co-related to Pras-8 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 19. Oral Presentationramsini yonivyapad. Adding to these malnutrition, debility, lack of adequate post natal carea1yw a days, further contributes to the condition. At present, 6,00,000 women are affected byrhis condition and among them, 2,00,000 require immediate treatment. At this juncture alleri*ting measures of treatment were said to be inadequate in recreating the lost stability andintegrity of the pelvic support. Hence, a measure where the duration of hospital stay is reduced,is non-invasive, stress free was the need of the hour. One such therapy explained in classics issnehana, (olearion) swedana (sudation) and pichudharana (application of cloth dipped in oil)wtich were adopred in the study. For this a well-known drug, Phalaghritha, was selected, in thebrm of pichudharana.Dlethod: The present study was carried out on 20 patients who were divided into two groups.The above said line of treatment was followed in 10 patients with Phalaghrita (group 1) andanorher 10 patients with Goghritha (group 2). Follow up was done 15 days after the treatmentand I month duration.Result: The overall iesults showed marked improvement in 2OYo, moderate improvement inTOYo and improvement in 10 % of patients in group 1.Conclusion: Phalaghrita showed significant results in symptoms like feeling of mass per vagina,back pain, cystocele and cough reflex. It relaxed perineum and tone of muscles. Hence, the pres-ence of pichu in the vaginal canal not only plovides mechanical support but better absorption ofthe mediated oil, which in turn helps to provide better strength to the prolapsed tissues.loo$7The role of haritaki avaleha in the management of tamakshvas (bron-chialasthama)Omprakash DadhichPurpose: Among the disorders affecting the Pranavahasrotas (Respiratory system) Tamakaswasa is an important disease due to its higher and widespread incidence, chronicity and pro-gression to grave condition in acute phase. The disease, Tamaka Swasa is characterized by par-oxysmal acacks of Shvaskashtata (breathlessness), Kasa (cough), Pinas (coryza). The aim ofpresent study was to access the efficacy of the Haritakyadyavaleha in Thmaka swasa (BronchialAsthma).Method: Total 50 patients ofThmaka Shvasa having symptoms like shvaskashtata, shvas, pinas,and parshvashoola were registered for the present study. Special case record form was prepared.Scoring and gradation was done to assess symptoms mentioned in Ayurvedic texts before andafter treatmenr. They were randomly divided into two groups. Group A: -In this group 25 pa-tients of Thmaka Shvasa were given Haritaki Avaleha (5 g twice a day) with anupana of ushnaiala for 45 days. Group B: 25 selected patients ofTamaka Shvasa were given placebo for 45 days.For the assessment of the results, guidelines given by classical text ofAyurveda were consideredParameters used were AEC (Absolute Eosinophil Count), Pulmonary Function Tests such asFVC, PEF& and FEVI. Students paired and unpaired t test was applied for analysis of col-lected data. Study was carried out at National Institute of Aprurveda, Jaipur.Result: In group A significant results were found in Shvasakashtata (58%) and decrease in thefrequency of Shvasa (54%). Significant results were found in reduction of duration of Shvasa(48%) and Pinasa (81%).Conclusion:Vatakapha pradhana Samprapti may be correlated with pathophysiology of asthmalike inflammation and endo bronchial obstruction. It can be concluded from the study that the Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 9
  • 20. Oral Presentationtrial drug Haritaki Avaleha can be successfully used in the patients withTamaka Shvasa (Brpn-chial Asthama). No adverse effects were noted during the study.to0!)$Effect of garbha poshana vati in garbha poshana w.s.r. to IUGRShubha Muddanna,Sunita Siddesh,Jayasudha G CPurpose: When the fetus does not grow properly after attainment of sanjatasara, this conditionis known as upavistaka.This can be correlated to intrauterine growth restriction (IUGR). Babieswhose birth weight is below tenth percentile of the average for the gestational age is known asintra uterine growth restriction. In developing countries the overall incidence is about 2-8%.The incidence among the term babies is about 5oh and that of the post term babies is about15%. These babies were at significantly greater risk for severe pre-eclampsia, fetal distress, op-erative intervention and lower APGAR score. It was the need of the hour to find low cost, easilyavailable and effective remedy. Alrrrveda has mentioned the utility of Garbhini paricharya andGarbha poshana for the management of upavistaka using santarpana and bhrumhana for growthand development of the fetus. For this a clinical trial was conducted to evaluate the efficacy ofGarbha-poshana vati consisting of Shatavari, Ashwagandha and Bala which were well known forRasayana, Bhrumhana and Balya were selecred in the management of IUGR.Method: 30 patients with signs and symptoms of IUGR from OPD and IPD of AryangalaVaidyak Mahavidyalaya, Satara - between the age group of l9-30 years were selected. Garbha-Poshana vati was administered twice daily after diagnosing IUGR in second tri-mester till deliv-ery and the results were studied on birth weight of new born.Result: In second trimester the effect of the drug was proven statisticaliy significant. The birthweigft of new born up to 2450 gwas l7%o, above 2450 gwere 40o% and above 3250 g 43%.Conclusion: Garbha Poshand Vati was found to be effective in conditions like UpavistakaGarbha correlated to Intra lJterine Growth Restriction (IUGR) as reflected in rhe birth weightof the children.IOIOORole of sukumaragritha in prasavaShweta DindurPurpose: Labour is accompanied by intense and prolonged pain. Child birth is a very dy-namic process and the woman needs to be well prepared for it. Prophylactic value of ante-natalsupervision is so much tested and recognized, that it is needless to stress its importance. Thecontemporary system uses analgesia and anesthesia to reduce pain during labour but have noproved measures to shorten the l st stage of labour. fn Ayurveda similar efforts are being incor-porated by means of drugs, among them there are many formulations for the pregnant womento deliver with ease. Sukumara Gritha which is used to correct vata dosha has been Selected forthe present study.Method:The present study, patients were selected from the OPD and IPD of S.K.A.M.C.H.&R.C, Bangalore comparing 2 groups, in group A- 20 patients were adminis-tered with SukumaraGritha 1 month before EDD. In Group B, 20 patients were adminis-tered with a placebo. Con-10 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 21. Oral Presentationtinuous observation was done for the progress of labour using Partogram and Bishops score.Result: Results were calculated and statistically analysed using paired and unpaired t-test.The test showed significant difference within the group. Comparison between two groups alsoSowed significant results for first stage of labour. For second and third stage no difference wasfound. Group A- showed better cervical ripening and shortened the number of hours in the firststage of labour compared to Group B. :"Conclusion: Sukumara Gritha is a proven drug to achieve earlier cervical ripening, de-creasedamount of pain experienced by the women and shortening of the duration of first stage of la-bour. Dytocia is one of the contributing factor for increased recourse to Caesarian section. Su-kumara Gritha facilitates easy delivery and prevents the need for Caesarian section.ror02The role of krishnabola (AIoe barbodensis) in the management of ar-tavkshaya w.s.r. to apanvayu vikritiSwati Khandale, Bhaskar Shyamkuwar, Omprakash Dadhicht 8 nOb, nept of Shairkriya, Goaernntent 4yurzted College, Nagpur hofessorPurpose: In present era, Artavkshaya (oligomenorrhoea) is becoming a problem due to lifestyle changes and excess physical and mental stress.All menstrual disorders are due to vitiationof apana vayu. Krishnabola (Aloe barbendis) is mentioned in Ayurvedic texts for the treat-ment of artavakshaya due to its artavjanak (emmenagogue) property. The aim of the study wasro access the efficacy of Krishnabola in patients who were suffering from artavkshaya (Scantymenses, increased inter menstrual period, and decreased duration of menstruation) and on thefunctions of apanvayr.Method: The artavjanak (emmenagogue) activity of the Krishnabola (Aloe Barbadensis) wasstudied in women who were suffering ftom Artavkshaya (Scanty menses, increased inter men-strual period, and decreased duration of menstruation). Clinical trial was carried out at Gov-ernment Ayurved College, Nanded (M.S.) on 80 patients of aartavkshaya in two groups. In ex-perimental group 100 mg of krishnabola powder was given orally with luke-warm water beforemeal twice a day to 40 patients and in control group placebo (Indian arrow root powder) wasadministered for three consecutive menstrual cycles. Then the effect on functions of apanvaluand duration of menstrual period, inter menstrual cycle period, amount of menstrual bloodwere observed. The data was analysed by statistical z-test. Charaka Samhita, Sushruta SamhitaAsfrtanga Hridaya, Bhavprakash, Indian Materia Medica, Text book of Glmaecology were con-sulted for relevant information.Result: 1) Krishnabola increased the amount of menstrual blood (72%) period of menstr-uation and decreased inter menstrual period (69 %) as well as incidences of dysmenorrhoea (66%).2) Krishnabola improved the functions of apanvayuConclusion: The collected data points to the role of krishnabola (Aloe barbadensri) in the man-agement of artavkshaya. Being emmenagogue, krishnabola increased amount of men-strualblood, duration of menstruation and decreased inter menstrual period significantly. Statistical ztest showed significant results. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 11
  • 22. Oral Presentation I OI OrT clinical evaluation of a herbal compound (GH-99) in the patients of acute hepatitis-B Girendra Singh Tomar Purpose: Hepatitis B is a leading killer among all infectious agents and is responsible for he- pa,tocellular catcinoma (approx. 80%) and cirrhosis of liver (approx.68%).There is no cure for this dreaded disease in western medicine so far. Supportive measures are usually practiced for its management. Ayurveda, the holistic science of healing has got a treasure of valuable herbs for the treatment of all liver related disorders. Keeping this background in the mind present study has been plarined to evaluate the efficacy of the herbal com-pound GH-89 in acute cases of hepatitis B. Method: Present study is a clinical evaluation of a herbal compound (GH-89) in the patients of acute hepatitis B.The test drug contains Kalmegh, Kutki, Bhumyamalaki, Guduchi, punarnava, Bhringraj, Pittapapda, and Daruharidra. 180 patients, both males and females of varying age groups of acute hepatitis B were selected for this clinical trial. The patients were diagnosed on clinical, biochemical as well as serological parameters. The assessment of results was done us-ing both subjective and objective criteria. Subjective criteria consisrs of symptoms like anorexia,icterus, indigestion, weight loss, fatigue, itching, fever and hepatomegaly. All the *y*p,o-, *.r.graded as 0 = absent, I = mild,2 = moderate,3 = severe. Similarly objective criteria used wereliver function test (Serum bilirubin, AUI, AST, alkaline phosphatase, serum protein, A:G ratio)and viral marker HBsAg.Result: All the patients were having altered liver function test values and HBsAg was positive inall the cases before treatment. After average duration of three months, 75% (I32) cases clearedthe antigen. Apart from this there was highly significant reduction in serum Bilirubin, AST, ALTand Alkaline phosphatise levels. Moreover 90% patients restored normalcy on sympromatic cri-teria too. No case developed complication of this series.Conclusion: This study shows that the herbal compound (GH-89) is very effective in the man-agement of patients suffering from Infective hepatitis B.Conclusion: It shows this herbal compound (GH-89) is very effective in the patients of Jaun-dice of Infective hepatitis B.r0roGlmportance of drug standardisation in accordance with example ofsarpaga nd ha (Rou wolfi a serpe nti n elDr Sajeev Poovathady PadmanabhananPurpose: Authentication, availability and conservarion status in accordance with IUCN is thestrategic line of thought about medicinal plants used in Ayurveda in this era. In generalisedthought we think that Ayurvedic drugs are free from side effecrs bur now a days the drugs con-suming has a chance of adulteration and contamination with different circumstances. Differentstandard operating procedures are adopted to ensure genuineness, identity and quality of herbalmedicines. It is also essential to establish internationally recognised guidelines for accessing theraw material quality. This study attempts to illustrate standardisation of raw material throughthe example of Rauwoffia serpentina.12 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 23. Oral PresentationMethod: Rauwolfia serpentina contains a number of bioactive chemicals including ajma-line,deserpidine, rauwolscine, rescinnamine, reserpine, reserpiline, and serpentinine7e conductedomparative pharmacognostic and phytochemical studies on Rauwolfia serpenina with its adul-tsnants and substituents.Result: Rauwolf.a serpentinais substituted with following species like Rauwotfia vomitoria, Rau-w micrantha and Rauwolfia canescens which contains the alkaloids reserpine and is adulteratqdwith the roots of species of Rauwolfia d.ensiflora and Rauwolfia perakensis which do not containreserpine.rffhile conducting powder microscopic studies there is characteristic structural devia- rffhen these drugs are added in the manufacturingdon in adulterated and substitutecl samples.process of Ayurvedic medicines, it results in inactivity of the formulation or undesirable effects.Conclusion: The study concludes that the genuineness or purity of rnedicines is the key pointfor credibiliry of Ayurvedic science and that rigorous standardisation and quality control studiescan preserve the genuineness of Ayurvedic medications.lololtPrativish chintha ras in the management of Dhatura poisoningBabita SinghPurpose: Agadatantra is one of the incredible branches of indigenous branches derived fromthe ancient science of Ashtang Ayurveda. It is still being practiced extensively espe-cially in ru-ral and tribal areas. Dhatura is an important deliriant poison grouped under sthavara upavishaand phalavisha. It affecrs the Central Nervous system. Dhatura is important ingredient of largenumber of medicinal formulations. It works as a best medicine when it is used in correct man-ner or otherwise it may cause adverse effects and may also be fatal. In India dhatura is stupef,-ing poison prior to robbery kidnapping and rape. Dhatura poisoning is very common in IndiaDhatura is also known as road poison. teatment of poisoning includes removal of unabsorbedpoison, use of antidotes, elimination of ab-sorbed poison, treatment of general symptoms andmaintenance of general condition of patient. Antidotes play the major role in management ofpoisons. In the Ayurvedic text,, Basavarajeeyam, Chincha Rasa (Tamarind) has been describedio be possessing antidote action to counter toxicity of Dhatura. This study attempts to establishthe activity and mechanism of action of chincha rasa against toxic effects of Dhatura by means of chemical analysis.Method: 1) Collection of drugs, 2) Authentication of three drugs in Govt. authorised institute, 3) i) Preparation of Chincha rasa (According to Charaka), ii) Preparation of Chincha pakwa phal (According to Sharangdhar), 4) Physical and Chemical study of Dhatur seed, i) Prepa- ration of Dhatur Churna (according to Sharangdhar) and Analytical Study of three drugs, 5) Methods of determination of an antidote. Result: Laboratory experiments were carried out to obtain values of specific parameters for Dhatur seeds, chincha patra ras (tamarind leaf juice) and chincha pakwa phal (ripe tamarind fruit). Conclusion: On the basis of observations and results found in chemical study and reported literature, the study came with the following conclusions. 1)The chincha patra rasa and Chincha pakwa phal rasa both contain Hordenine which is the alkaloid. It has the antibacterial and anti- biotic properties. Hordenine specially stimulates the central nervous system due to which it can control the symproms like unquenchable thirst, muttering, Delirium (indistinct and inaudible words unsteady gait.) 2) Because of tannins, Chinchapatra ras and Chincha pakwaphal ras have Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 13
  • 24. Oral Presentationastringent property, which counteract the toxic symptoms of Dhatur like dermatitis, rash andexfoliation of the skin. 3) Because of glycosides and tannins, chincha patra rasa and chinchapakwaphal have diuretic properfy rvhich counteract the toxic symptoms of dhatura like urinaryretention and inability to pass urine. 4) The tartaric acid present in chincha patra ras and chin-cha pakwaphal ras causes gastric irritation and thus induces vomiting. The effects of dhaturapoisoning can be reduced with the immediate vomiting. 5) Because of tannins chincha patra rasand Chincha pakwa phal have astringent property. Thus it controls the rise in temperature inDhatura poisoning. 6) Chincha patra ras and Chincha pakwa phal ras have flavonoids (Vit. P.and Citrin) which strengthens the blood vessels.Thus it is useful in lowering blood pressure andalso has anti-inflammatory properry. Therefore it can prevent arrhythmia produced in Dhaturapoisoning and maintains the blood pressure and prevents heart atrack. 7) The Chincha patra rasand Chincha pakwa phal ras have vit. C which lead the blood circulation rowards the heartwhich prevent the cardiac arrest produced in the Dhatura poisoning. Because the death in theDhatura poisoning is resulted from heart failure. 8) Chincha patra ras aqueous extract Io/o andI 0% has the pH of 5.9 I and 5 .45 and the pH of chincha pakwa phal ras aqueous extracr of 1%oand 10% has pH of 4.72 and 4.50. Both are acidic but the pH of Dhatura in aqueous exrrac-t of1% is 8.19 and 8.00. That is why they neutralize each other and reduce the toxic effect of dha-tura. Similarly, the action of chincha rasa can be explained through the concepts of Ayurveda.Itrll2,,llmpact of climate change on medicinal plants: a reviewHarish B SPurpose: Medicinal plants are highly valuable to human livelihood and the medicinal plantwealth of India is well recognized. Studies on possible effects of climate change on medicinalplants are particularly significani due to their value within traditional systems of medicine andas economically useful plants. There is evidence that climate change is causing noticeable ef-fects on life cycles and distribution of the plant species. However, the effects of climate changeon secondary metabolites in plants is not well understood. A need for research to improve ourunderstanding of climatic effects on medicinal plants is stressed in the present article. An at-tempt is being made here to review the work so far done on this importanr issue with Indianperspective.Method: Reviews have been collected from different sources related to medicinal plants.Result:The impact of climate change with respect to medicinal plants has been discussed underthe following heads. Effect of elevated CO, on productivity and quality, Effect on threars ro me-dicinal plants species, Adaptation rn.ur.rr"l for climate change and global warming, Mitigationmeasures to reduce emission of CO,/GHGs, Future strategies for research.Conclusion: The impact of climate change on medicinal plants both cultivated and wild is verysignificant. The need of the hour is to have a focused research approach specially on the accu-mulation of secondary metabolites of health significance.The research on medicinal plants withrespect to climate change is very sporadic and insignificant in comparison with other commer-cial crops. It is the high time that, these group of plants should not be left as they are potentialsources of bio-molecules and neutraceuticals.14 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 25. Orul Pr"r"ntutionl0l2:-rflnical evaluation of bilvadi leha in the management of irritablelbowel syndromeGuepreet Kaur, Dattatrya Nikarnklrose: IBS is a chronic relapsing disorder of gastrointestinal tract according to Ayurveda itcan be correlared with Grahaniroga. Modern Medicine has little to offer in this condition. Thelr€sent research work was done to assess the effect of Bilvadi Leha on IBS Severity score, assess15e effect of Bilvadi Leha on 7HO-QOL BREF score and also to assess the safety of BilvadiI-eha in patients of IBS.Method: The selection of patients was done from Outdoor and Inpatient wing of P.G. Dept.of KayChikitsa, N.I.A., Arogya Shala, Jaipur and Outdoor wing of Gastroenterology of S.M.S.Hospital, Jaipur. 50 patients were registered for this trial, in which Bilvadi Leha 10 g admin-istered twice daily with lukewarm water after food for 14 weeks. Assessment done on the IBSSeverity Score andWHO QOL BREF score.Result: It is seen in the results that there was improvement in chronic abdominal discom-fortor pain, abdominal bloating, constipation, diarrhoea, urgency of bowel movements, feeling of in-complete evacuation and passage of mucus. It is also seen in the results that there was improve-ment in Pravahana, Udara Shula, Anaha, Kapha nihssarana, Mala Durgandha, Udara Atopa,Bhojanoparanta malatyaga and Guda shula. In IBS score percentage of improvement was con-tinuously increasing from 0 to 84th day. Percentage change in the improvement of symptomsfrom 0 to 16th week was reduced as compared to 84th day i.e. from 60.5% to 3I.6YoConclusion: Bilvadi Leha has shown good recovery in clinical manifestations of the diseaseshowing the amapachana, anulomana, tridoshahara, analgesic, anti-inflammatory activity of Bil-vadi Leha It was also well tolerated by all patients. Thus it can be concluded that Bilvadi Lehacan be used as safe and important therapeutic agent in the management of IBS.tol:10Effects of Cinnamomum zeylanicum (Ceylon cinnamon) on blood glu-cose and lipids in a diabetics induced ratsPreetiTrivediPurpose: To evaluate short- and long-term effects of Cinnamomum zeylanicum on food con-sumption, body weight, glycemic control, and lipids in healthy and diabetes-induced ratsMethod: The study was conducted in two phases (Phase I and Phase II), using Spra-gue-Daw-ley rats in four groups. Phase I evaluated acute effects on fasting blood glucose (FBG) (Groups I and,2) and on post-oral glucose (Groups 3 and 4) blood glucose. Groups 1 and 3 receiveddistilled-water and Groups 2 and 4 received cinnamon-extracts. Phase II evaluated effects onfood consumption, body weight, blood glucose, and lipids over I month. Group A (n = 8,distilled-water) and Group B (n = 8, cinnamon-extracts) were healthy rats, while Group C (n =5, distilled-water) and Group D (n - 5, cinnamon-extracts) were diabetes-induced rats. Serumlipid profile and HbAlc were measured on D-0 and D-30. FBG, 2-h post-prandial blood glu-cose, body weight, and food consumption were measured on every fifth dayResult: Phase I: There was no significant difference in serial blood glucose values in cinna-mon-rreated group from time 0 (P > 0.05). Following oral glucose, the cinnamon group dem- Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 15
  • 26. Oral Presentationonstrated a faster decline in blood glucose compared to conrrols (P < 0.05). Phase II: BetweenD0 and D30, the difference in food consumption was shown only in diabetes-induced rats(P < 0.001). Similarly, the significant difference following cinnamon-exrracts in FBG and,2-h post-prandial blood glucose from D0 to D30 was shown only in diabetes-induced rats. Incinnamon-extracts administered groups, total and LDL cholesterol levels were lower on D30 inboth healthy and diabetes-induced animals (P < 0.001).Conclusionz C. zeylanicum lowered blood glucose, reduced food intake, and improved lipidparameters in diabetes-induced rats. I O I:I2Erectile dysfunction (ED) and its trialwith atmaguptadicompoundDipsundar Sahu, Gopalchandra NandaPurpose: The absence or loss of a healthy sex life can be a devastating experience for an indi-vidual. The inability to have sex due to the failure to start or maintain an erection can mean thelack of personal intimacy and low self-esteem. If the psychological and emotion-al effects of EDcannot be addressed properly, then serious social and interpersonal problems can occur. In thisstudy, the effect of atmaguptadi compound on erectile dysfunction was evaluated.Method: After screening of all the patients through inclusion and exclusion Criteria, 45 pa-tients out of 69 were selected under 3 groups, each group had 15 patienrs. Group-l Trial Drug/AC 05 grams was administered once in a day at bed time with 120 ml of milk for I month.Group-2- Control drug / Sildenafil Citrate was administered 50 mg once in a day at bed timefor 30 days. Group-3 -Placebo/Flour and Semolina powder 5 g was administered once in a dayat bed time for 30 days. The ingredients of the formulation are Atmagupta-Mucuna pruriensDC, Goksura-Tribulus terrestris Linn, Asvagandha (lVithania somnifera Dunal), Sweta Gunja(Abrus precatorius Linn), Akarkarabha (Anacyclus pyrethrum DC) and Jatiphaia (Myristica fra-gransHouff). It was administered with tr20 ml of milk with little sugar or honey. All the subjectswere initially subjected to counselling. All the subjects were assessed with Rigiscan plus Systemfor objective and subjective evaluation through International Erectile Functions Questionnaire(rEFQ.Result: AC is a herbal compound and having the therapeuric actions of rejuvenation, virili-fication, aphrodisiac, tissue strengthening, sedative, diuretic, anti inflarnmatory, appetiser andanthelmintic effect. AC was a herbal compound having aphrodisiac acrion in ED prob-lem.Conclusion: After close observation of the subjective and objective parameter, it is concludedthat AC has significant activity in ED for middle aged male subjects.toHtSManagement of stress induced migraine with shankhapushpi andmandookparnee potentiated ashwagandhaVinod Kr.rmarFrrtpo"., Stress induced migraine has become a common but major health issue among newgeneration.Though not life threatening, it adversely affects the work efficiency as well as self es-teem of the sufferer. A double blind controlled study was done to evaiuate the anti-suess activityof Shankhapushpi and Mandookparnee potentiated Ashwagandha on srress induced migraine.16 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 27. Oral Presentationlfethod: The drug was used in the dose of 3 grams twice a day in treated group (25 pa-tients)while placebo was given to control group (25 patients).The level of stress was measured mod-erate to severely high on Singh personal Stress source inventory in pre-migraine days in all thepatients. Further stress was assessed periodically during the pre-migraine, migraine days andbuffer days.The patients were evaluated at the interval of 15 days over the treatment period of3 months. During the migraine days, Danti-PravalYoga and Shir ShooladiVajra Rasa were usedin appropriate doses to terminate the episode of headache.Result: The observations obtained from both groups were analysed. The level of pre-migrainestress was found reduced in treated group very significantly on Singh personal Stress sourceinventory (pretreatment mean stress score 77.8 + 4.3; post treatment mean stress score 37.5+4.05) in comparison to control group (pretreatment mean stress score 74.28 + 3.87; postEeatment mean stress score 67.04 +6.78).The other associated factors sleep quality and painintensity were also be assessed on visual analog scale. The observations revealed marked im-provement in sleep quality and pain intensity in the pa-tients of treated group in comparisonwith the control group.Conclusion: The inference of the study was very conclusive to postulate the fact that Shankha-pushpi and Mandookparnee potentiated Ashwagandha controls the stress very effectively and ishelpful to manage the stress induced migraine headache.I Ol:18Anti-obesity activity of Ziziphus mauritiona lam: a potent pancreaticlipase inhibitorMandavi Deshpande, Sushant Shengule, Kishori ApteI Symbiosis School of Biomed.ical Science.s (SSBS), Symbiosis Internationai {Iniaersity (SIU), Gram: LPurpose: To study anti-obesity activity of Ziziphus mauritiana Lam bark powder (ZMBP) onHigh Fat Diet (HFD) induced obesity in rats.Method: Obesity was induced in rWistar rats by feeding high fat diet (HFD) for 70 days. Theobese rats were distributed in 4 groups (n=5). Group 1: Normal (lean) Control, Group 2: ObeseControl, Group 3: Obese rats administered orully 250 mg/kg ZMBP daily, Group 4: Obese ratsdosed with 500 mg/kg ZMBP daily, Group 5: Obese rats dosed with Standard Drug Sibutra-mine, 0.90 mg/kg. The rats were dosed orally daily for a period of 90 days. The animals werescreened for induction of obesity by analyzing obesity parameters such as Body weight, Anthro-pological Parameters, SerumTryglycerides, Serum Cholesterol, Glucose tolerance test, InsulinresistanceTest, DEXA analysis and MRI Scan.Result: At the end of 90 days treatment with ZMBP the obese rats showed 16.33 % reduc-tion in body weight gain at 250 mglkg and 17.38 % (P<0.05) reduction in body weight gainat 500 mg/kg when compared with the obese control group respectively. The standard drugSibutramine showed 552% reduction in body weight gain when compared with the obese con-trol group. The DEXA analysis at the end of 90 days of treatment showed 68.99 % (P<0.01)decrease in the Fat mass at25O mg/kg dose and 72.84 % (P<0.001) decrease in the Fat massat 500 mg/kg dose when compared with the obese control group. The pancreatic lipase activityin250 mg/kg (5.13+0.71 U/mg of protein) and in 500 mg/kg (4.01+0.86I/mg of protein) re-duced significantly (P<0.001) when compared with the obese control group (9.73+2.39 U/mgof protein) Organized by World Ayurveda i:oundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 17
  • 28. Oral PresentationConclusion: The ZMBP has anti-obesity activity at 250 mg/kg and 500 mg/kg dose. It haslipase inhibitory activity. lOl,lilRole of pranayama in the improvement of pulmonary healthAjaiKumarYadavPurpose: Our life style has entirely changed which includes change in eating habits, mentaltension, pollution, use of tobacco, over and above a sedentary life style leading to increase innumber of respiratory patients (both obstructive and restrictive disorders). One of the greatdilemmas faced by physicians is to treat disease and at the same time to improve the quality ofpatients life. Pranayama is the type of self control breathing exercise and very much effective inthe improvement of pulmonary health.Method: 25 healthy subjects (age between 20-45 years) were chosen for practicing Pranayama(Bhastrika Kapalbhati, Anuloma viloma, etc.) lYz hours daily in morning. After the session,subjects took a practice of meditation (Dhyana) and concenrration (Dharana). The study de-signed was of prospective type, the parameters adopted for pulmonary test are PEFR, FVC,FEV1 FEF (FEF25%, FEF5O recorded before Prdnayama (BASE- FEF75o/o,FEF25-75)LINE) and after 3 months of Pranayama.Result: The spirometry was done of all the 25, it was observed that after 3 months of Pranayamaall the pulmonary indices were increased significantly (Percentage improvement in pulmonaryindices are PEFR= I 4.59o, FVC= I 3.8 %, FEV1 = I 5 .6yo, FEFZ5Yo=L7 .l%o, FEF50% = 2l .Lyo,FEFT 5 o/o= | 6.6yo, FEF 2 5 -7 5 =2L 6%). .Conclusion: Pranayama brings about cleaning of inner tracrs and desensitisation of the nerveending, more effective filling and emptying of respiratory apparatus, increase in the power ofrespiratory muscles, calming effect on mind, and relief from chronic stress pat-tern. Thereforethe regular practice of pranayama is helpful in providing better pulmonary health, improvesrespiratory efficiency and is helpful in prevention and control of obstructive and restrictive re-spiratory disorders.I O l rli-rManagement of essential hypertension through takradharaSummiya Javeed, Ravindra Kumar ArahunasiPurpose: Essential Hypertension is prevalent among 970 million people worldwide.7HO ratesEssential Hypertension as one of the most important causes of premature deaths in the worldpopulation.It is one of the biggest modifiable risk factors for cardiovascular dis-eases and playsa significant role in stroke also. Present day life style modification, stress, anxiety and strain canalter the physiological functioning of our body, it can be prevented and successfully treated ifone sticks on to the recommended management plan. According to Ayurveda, present day signsand symptoms of Essential Hypertension can be co-related with "Raktawuta Vata" (CharakaChikitsa 28, Susrutha Nidana l), in this vitiation of vata, rakta and medha are observed. Allo-pathic management of Essential Hypertension will be continued lifelong, whereas in ayurvedicscience as we are treating the karana, the causative factors like stress, anxiety, strain etc, so it canbe controlled by Ti*radhara permanently. Thkradhara procedure is anxiolytic, adaptogenic, hastranquiliser effect on body and mind, and also reduces mental stress. Thkra clears the avarana,18 ABSTRACTS 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 29. Oral Presentationmols the vata dosha and does kapha chedhana. Hence in this study takradhara procedure hasOccn selected for the prevention and control of Essential Hypertension, along with pathya likeh salt diet, physical activity and maintaining healthy weight was advised.ffiahod: 30 patients of Essential hlpertension were selected randomly and assigned to a singleEtnup, they received takradhara for 7 days, once daily along with pathya.lcsult: In this study for the management of Essential hypertension, according to INC 7th Rule;goal was to attain blood pressure 130/80 mm Hg, which was achieved along with other subjec-nirc parameters showing remarkable results.tQmclusion: In majority of cases observed. Essential hypertension is a major risk factor forcardiovascular diseases, this study was selected and achieved remarkable results with a1urvedic[Bnagement of takra dhara.rol4llThe prevalence and environmental status of medicinal plants of BidarDistrict in KarnatakaSV Kalmath,SV Kalmath,M S Patil, Kritika 5 Kt Karnataka Arts, Science and Commerce College Bidar,2 Saptagiri Science College BidarPurpose: Convention on Bio-Diversity [CBD] in Earth Summit of Environment and Devel-opment) Rio de Janeiro 1992 resolved for Conservation and Sustainable use of Biodiversity.Over 8000 plant species are used by the different systems of medicine in India. Millions of ruralhouseholds use medicinal plants in a self-help mode. Over one and a half million practitioners ofthe Indian Systems of Medicine, in the oral and codified streams use medicinal plants in preven-dve, promotive and curative applications. While demand for the medicinal plants is increasing,their survival in the wild is under threat. Around 1000 species of medicinal plants are facingthreat to their exisrence in the wild. Bidar is rich with medicinal plants used by the TraditionalHealth Practitioner since decades. The objectives of this project is to address their prevalenceand ecological status in the wild for the purpose of conservation and sustainable use and also forfurther scientific investigation of phytochemical analysis for human welfare.Method: General and seasonal wise survey of 131 medicinal plants in the wild in Bidar Dis-trict used by the local health practitioners. Data on geographical, topographical, edaphic andclimatic conditions including rainfall, humidity and temperature were col-lected from 1971 to2011. Population density increased in 4 decades from 151 to 3L2 per sq. km.The impact ofpopulation density and the climatic factors on 41 important medicinal plants used by the localhealth practitioners were studied. Habitat distribution, de-scription, local use for medicine andaesthetic values of each medicinal plant and their survival in wild were studied. l2 health prac-titioners were interviewed, their access to the bio-resource and their experience and knowledgedocumented and analysed for determining the ecological status of plants.Result: Out of 41 medicinal plants studied 29 were vulnerable, 4 endangered and 8 facing lowrisk.Conclusion: The causes of the threat to medicinal plants are 1. Habitat destruction and 2. Overutilisation. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 19
  • 30. Oral Presentdtionror 50Evaluation of therapeutic efficacy of ayurvedic formulations in pa-tients with alopecia areataHariharan Subramanian, Dhanvathri PremvelPurpose: Alopecia areata is one among the most prevalent human autoimmune diseases, lead-ing to disfiguring hair loss by the collapse of immune privilege in the hair follicle and subsequentautoimmune attack. Generally, hair loss in patches signifies alopecia areata. It typically presentsa gradual or sudden loss of hair in head, eyebrows, eyelashes, nasal, ear and other areas of thebody causing patches to appear. Alopecia areata or hair loss occurs in one in 1,000 people. Au-toimmune-associated alopecia areata has no age boundaries and can affect even children, menand women equally. If left untreated, or if the disease does not respond to treatment, completebaldness can resuft in the affected area. The two maior forms of Alopecia are scarring and nonscarring. Highlighting the significance, a study was carried out to evaluate the therapeutic ef-ficacy of Ayurvedic formulations in patients with alopecia areata.Method: Fifteen alopecia areata patients of either sex with varying degrees of hair loss wererandomly selected for the clinicai trial and were treated with Indralupta Bhasma, MalathyadiThilam and Guduchi tablet for a period of 3-5 months. Subsequently, most of them were ob-served bi monthly up to a 5 months periodResult: Findings revealed that 8 of the l5 patients with patchy progressive hair loss stabilisedand showed no additional hair loss. After 3-5 months of treatment hair growth in these patientswere partial or full. Of the other 7 patients with stable patchy total hair loss, four had some lim-ited growth, two patients displayed complete growth of eyebrows and eyelashes, but had poorhair growth on scalp while one patient did not show any response.Conclusion: The study vividly indicated the efficacy of Ayurvedic formulations in patients withAlopecia Areata. The trial medicines too proved to be effective minimizing the patchy hair loss. tol55 Clinical evaluation of herbomineral compound in lumbago w.s.r.to spinal canalstenosis Jai Prakash Singh, Meera Antiwal t Senior Resident, Department of Kayachikitsa, I ME B H U,Varanasi (U P) Purpose: Low back pain or lumbago is a common musculoskeletal disorder affecting 80% of people at some point in their lives. It is a major health care problem. An estimatedT5Yo of all people experience back pain at some time in their lives. There could be multiple causes of low back pain but now a days commonly encountered causes are spinal disc herniation ("slipped disc"), lumbar spinal canal stenosis. Objective of the study was to determine the efficacy of herbo-mineral compound in low back pain (Spinal canal stenosis).. Method: The present study was carried out at I(ayachikitsa O.P.D and I.P.D. of Sir Sunder Lal Hospital, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University,Varanasi and National insti- tute of Ayurveda Jaipur (Rajasthan) between the period of August 2008 to May 2012. A total of 54 patients of lumbago were registered.The data were analysed with SPSS 160 for$7indows. Design: first phase clinical trial (unidirectional) open study, Participant: 54, Main out comes 20 ABSTRACTS 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 31. Oral Presentationmeasures: Pain rating scale (VAS), Roland Morris disability score (number of activities impairedby pain),r$flalking time, Strait leg raising test, Safety profile of trial.Result: In this study good improvement (69.0%)), moderate improvement (19.7%), and un-changed or none (LL.3%) was observed. No significant adverse events were observed in thistrial. :(Conclusion: This Ayurvedic regimen is extremely effective in reducing pain rating scale (VAS),Roland Morris disability score, walking time and straight leg raising test.lOl i-r6Evaluation of sedative activity of different solvent extracts of leavesof Celastrus poniculafus Willdllonojit DebnathPurlrose: The leaves of Jyotishmati (Celastrus paniculatus Willd., fam. Celasrraceae) has beenrecommended for its sedative activity by the tribal pockets of Andaman and Nicobar Islands.However, no pharmacological studies have been yet evaluated its sedative effects.The aim of thepresent study was to determine the sedative activity of different solvent extracts of the leaves ofJyotishmati.Method: All animals were divided into five different groups (n=6). Group I served as controland ueated with normal saline (5 mVkg, i.p.).Test groups II,III and fV were treated with petether, ethyl acetate and methanol extracts respectively. Group V treated with standard drugrhlorpromazine hydrochloride (l mg/kg, i.p.). Pentobarbitone (40 mg/kg, i.p.) was administeredafter 30 min in Groups (I, II, nI and IV) and after 15 min in Standard groupV. Onset of sleepand duration of sleep were measured for all the groups. Onset of action was recorded by notingthe time of loss of reflex for three consecutive trials and duration of sleep recorded by time dif-ference between loss of righting reflex and recovery time.Result: The control group showed quickest recovbry from sleep. All the solvent extracts showedsedative activity. The Pet ether extract (78 min) showed very long duration of sleep with com-parison to the standard drug chlorpromazine hydrochloride (81 min).Conclusion: In the present study the ether soluble extract showed most potent activiry than theother two extracts. The ether extractive seed oil is already proved for its potent sedative action.This may indicate the chemical similarity between the chemical constitu-ents present in the leafand seed oil also. The steroid, terpenoid present in the pet-ether extract may be responsible forsuch pharmacological action. Further more study is required for the isolation of the active con-stituent responsible for this activity.lor60Role of matravasti as rasayana in jarajanya vikar: a clinical studySathyanarayana Dornala, Om Prakash Sharmat Department of Panchakarma, RDM,$turvedic College & HospitalPurpose:To prove whether Matravasti shows multiple effects on different systems in old peopleand to substantiate the effects of Matravasti and Rasayana on clinical basis in ageing. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 2l
  • 32. Oral PresentationMethod: Eighty two patients - Men of age group 50-80 years; rWomen aged above 45 yearsor who have attained Menopause and <75 years suffering from common problems of old ageirrespective of sex, caste, religion etc. were registered for the study from the OPD of MCD Ay-urvedic Dispensary, Iftishna Nagar, Delhi and OPD and IPD of PG Dept. of Panchakarma,MadhavVilas Hospital,Jaipur. Out of which, 16 patients dropped out did not complete treat-ment. Matravasti was administered for 2l times with Balashwagandha lakshadi (BAL) Thila onalternate days with a dosage 30-80 ml accordingly,After completion of 21 days of Matravasti,all the patients were reviewed for successivd 6 months. All the cases were assessed by consider-ing 15 different aspects reflecting the common problems of ageing like Activities of Daily Living(ADL), Instrumental Activities of Daily Living (IADL) etc.Result: The overall effect and maximum benefit observed was FAIR (25 %-50 %) in 38 casesout of 66 patients. GOOD response (51 %-75 o/o response) :r;.26 cases and remaining 2 casesBest response (>75%o).And the maximum benefit observed among all the cases is 81.8 % andthe least effect was 25 %.Among all clinical parameters considered foi the study maximum ef-ficacy was found in sleep disturbances (67.5%) followed with gait bal-ance deficit (56.25%),emotional status (55.1olo), urinary incontinence (55o/o), Mobility (53.96 %), IADL (51.3%),ADL (50.8olo), constipation (49.5%), cognitive status, (48.78yo), pain (48.14%), dyspnoea(47.25%), hearing impairment (42.5%), visual impairment (41.8%), dermatological manifesta-tions (41 .l7yo), and involuntary movements (22.2%o).Conclusion: Matravasti is a multifaceted and highly effective therapeutic measure in the geri-atric conditions.lorolA clinical evaluation of the effect of devd ali (Lutra echinata) nasya inthe management of Hepatitis (Kamala)Meera AntiwalPurpose: Chronic Viral Hepatitis is highly prevalent globally, with some five hundred mil-lion people estimated to be currently infected with Hepatitis B or C. Due to significant globalmortality and morbidiry Hepatitis prevention and control programmes are mul-ti-faceted. InModern Medicine, Chronic Hepatitis B is treated with dtugs, including Inter-feron, Nucleosideanalogues and other anti-viral agents, whose outqomes are variable and help only some patients.Clinically Jaundice can correlate with Kamala in Ayurveda. But the term Kamala denotes theclinical as well as pathological process rather than a sign or a symptom as in case of Jaundice.Objective of the study is to evaluate the therapeutic efficacy of Devadali Nasya on Kamala(Hepatitis) patients. Method: The patients attending the O.P.D and I.P.D. of the Department of I(ayacikitsa, Sir Sunderlal Hospital, Banaras Hindu University, UP, Varanasi were enrolled in the study, which was conducted from August 2008 to November 201 1. The data were analysed with SPSS 16.0 forWindows. Sample size:60,The test drug - Devadali sheeta Kasaya, Dose and route of Ad- ministration - 4 drops into each nostril consequently thrice at 5 minutes intervals (0 day, 4th day, 15th day), Period of treatment - Fifteen days. All investigations were conducted before firsttherapeutic administration, second therapeutic administration was given on fourth day after the first treatment, and third therapeutic administration was given after fifteen days of first treat-ment.22 ABSTRACTS . SthWorld Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 33. Oral Presentationrlrlc In this srudy completely cured result was found in (25o/o) , marked improvement (V8 .4%) rpdcrate improvement (26.6%), and unchanged or none (10%) was observed. There were nQoil5i:tty significant aherations in haematological and other biochemical safety parameters.filc.hrsion: Based on the findings of the present study it can be predicted that it is a rela-tively, , cheaper and effective remedy for the management of Kamala (Hepatitis).tot62;5k of matravasti in optimization of care in cerebral palsy: a clinicalfidvllnelralatha SN Dornala, Chandan Mal Jainil ffi Dept. of Prasuti {t Striroga, National Institute of Ayurztedakpose: To prove the efficacy of Matravasti in the management of Cerebral Palsy (CP) so as toimgrrove the function of child, to reduce the dependency, to reduce the spasticity and to improve&c quality of life (optimisation of care).ffig5od: Diagnosed CP cases pf age group 3-15 years of both mild to mod-erate sexes havingphpical disability were selected and divided into equal groups namely TEST GROUP (TG)gd CONTROL GROUP (CG), of whichTG included 40 patients who were subjected to Ma-uzrasti and physiotherapy where as CG also included 40 patients who were assigned to physio-therapy only. Matravasti was administere d for 2l times on alternate days with BAL/LASHVA-GAIDHALA,KSHADI TAII-A (Ref-Sahasrayogam) and ASH$TAGANDHADYAM GFIRIT weight.Gef-Bhaishajya Ratnavali) alternatively with a dosage of 20-50 ml based on the age andFatients were reviewed for consecutive 6 months. All the cases were as-sessed by consideringdifrerenr aspecrs of developrnent and specific symptornatology of the CP like Activities of DailyIiving (ADL), Gross motor functions, Fine motor functions, Drooling of saliva, Toe walking,Joint contractures weight etc.,Resutt: Response in TG patients was remarkably higher than the CG patients. Test group pa-dents had shown GOOD response (5L-7 5 o/o response) in 14 cases and remaining 26 cases FAIRresponse (25-50 %). And the maximum benefit observed out of all the cases is 68.96 % and theleast effect was 33.33. %.Where as in CG the overall effect observed was poor (< 25 %) in39 o/o in acases out of 40 patients. And the maximum benefit (fair response) observed was 26-66single case and there are cases without response also. Conclusion: Matravasti is effective in management of CP. Probable mode of action of Ma- Eavasti in relation to CP can be hypothesised that Matravasti modulates Sensory Integration via Enteric Nervous system. I Ol6:l Role of prabhakara vati and lekhana basti treatment in the manage- ment of coronary artery disease (Hridroga) Amit Sharma, S M Sharmal, R K Joshi, Ajay Sharma Dept. of Cardiology, SMS Medical College Purpose: The present study was conducted on 30 clinically diagnosed and confirmed pa-tients of Coronary Artery Disease (C.A.D.). Patients having C.A.D. with specific conditions were not Organized byWorld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 23
  • 34. Oral Presentation registered. The study was conducted with an objective of evaluating the role of Prabhakara Vati and Lekhana Basti in the management of C.A.D. on various scientific parameters. Method: 30 patients were randomly divided into three groups. It was a randomised, com- parative, open ended, pre and post design, clinical trial. Out of the three groups, 10 pa-tients were administeredThb. Dilzem 30 mgTDS for one month, l0 patients of second group were administered PrabhakaraVati 500 mg (two tablets) bd for one monrh and 10 parients were ad- ministered Lekhana Basti (for 15 days) along with PrabhakaraVati 500 mg (two tablets) bd for one month. Result: During present trial it was observed that there was significant improvement in clinical manifestations of stable angina after the therapy with Prabhakara Vati and Lekhana Basti. The level of S. Cholesterol, L.D.L., V.L.D.L. and Serum Triglycerides decreased and the level of H.D.L. increased considerably after the therapy. Conclusion: PrabhakaraVati and Lekhana Basti possess potent antianginal and cardio protec- tive activities and they can be used effectively in the management/to slow down the progress of pathogenesis of dtherosclerosis leading to various Hridrogas (C.A.D.) specially stable angina. IOl67 Nephro-protective activity of varunadi loha: an experimental study Santhosh BPurpose: It is a known fact that Iron is nephrotoxic, causing various.urinary diseases whichwhen untreated results in fatal condition like renal failure. But Ayurveda, after subjecting tovarious Samskaras (processings), has used Loha (Iron) in bhasma (calx) form in numerousformulations to treat urinary diseases. These diagonally opposite perceptions form the very baseof the present work where in Varunadi loha, a formulation containing Loha bhasma, describedin Bhaishjyaramavali was studied for its pharmacological action using Sprague Dawley rats asan experimental model. The study was carried out at National Toxicology Center (ftrTC), Pune(IAEC Clearance no.-RP 128-I8I2ll).Method: The acute toxicity study showed Varunadi loha to be safe at the maximum dose of2000 mg/kg. Gentamycin induced nephrotoxicity model was used for the study. In the pilotstudy of 15 days, it was noted that rats in tlre prophylactic group died at the end of 8th day. Soin the main study, prophylactic group was omitted. The main study was carried out with 24 ratswhich were equally divided in 4 groups as normal control, disease control, curative and safety.Result: In control group the results were not significant as the rats were non diseased and kepton normal diet. In disease control group, results were highly significant in serum creatinine andserum urea levels as the levels were raised. In curative group results were significant in serumlevels as there was moderate decrease in serum creatinine and serum urea levels after the treat-ment withVarunadi loha. In the safety group the results were non-significant indicating the drugshowed no adverse reactions at therapeutic dose.Conclusion: Significant decrease in serum creatinine and serum.urea in curative group wassuggestive that the drugVarunadi loha was delivering its best ro improve the lost kidney func-:tion.24 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 35. ffi Oral Presentationrot 70Clinical evaluation of the iole of hridyarnava rasa and haritakyadichurna in the management of ischaemic heart disease (hridroga)Ajay Kumar SharmaPurpose: The study was conducted with an objective of evaluating the role of HRIDYAR-NAVA RASA (: Ras Ratna Sammuchya - Chatper 2) and HARITAKYADI CHURNA (BhavaPrakash - Madhyma Khanda 34112) in the management of HRIDROGA with special referenceto ischaemic heart disease on various scientific parameters.Method: The present study was conducted on 50 clinically diagnosed and confirmed patients ofIHD. Patients having I.H.D. with specific conditions like Acute Myocardial Infarction, UnstableAngina Pecroris, Congenital Anomalies, Valvular Diseases, Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathies,Severe Hypertension and Congestive Heart Failure were not registered. These patients wererandomly divided in three groups. Out of the three groups I 5 Registered patients of I.H.D. wererecommendedTablet Amlodipine 5 mg. O.D. as Allopathic therapy in Group l.2nd Group had l7-Registered patients of I.H.D. and were recommended Hridyarnava Rasa 250 m9 B.D. alongwith Haritakyadi Churna 2 g. B.D. with lukewarm water as Ayurvedic therapy- 3rd Group had l8 Registered patients of I.H.D. who were administeredTabletAmlodipine along with Hridyar-nava Rasa and Haritakyadi Churna simultaneously in the manner recommended above. Dura-tion of clinical trial was 45 days. Criteria of Assessment a) Clinical Parameters b) Lipid Profile,triglycerides, HDL, LDL,VLDL X-Ray chest, ECG,TMT.Result: It was observed that there was significant improvement in clinical manifestations ofI.H.D. after the therapy with HRIDYARNAVA RASA and HARITAKYADI CHURNA. Thelevel of S.cholesterol, LDL, V.L.D.L. and S.Triglycerides decreased and the level of H.DL in-creased considerably after the therapy. Studies on parameters like E.C.G. andT.M.T have re-vealed that HRIDYARNAVA RASA AND HARITAKYADI CHURNA have potent activitieson increasing blood supply to myocardium (Coronary Vasodilation effect) with significant im-provement of ST changes.Conclusion: HRIDYARNAVA RASA AND HARITAKYADI CHURNA can be used effec-tively in the management / to slow down / to reverse the progress of atherosclerosis leading toHridroga (I.H.D.).t0t72Management of post-axial polyductyly by ksharsutrarM: a minimallyinvasive ayurvedic para surgical procedureBhavya B KPurpose: Polydactyly is a most common congenital hand defect in which the hand has one ormore extra fingers, commonly seen post axial i.e. on the small finger side, affecting about oneout of every 1,000 babies. It is usually treated by surgically removipg the extra finger typicallywhen the child is between 1 and 2 years old. Prognosis after removal of extra digit is good,though not devoid of complications like scar formation, iqstability and late deformity which mayneed additional reconstructive surgery to recover full function and improve the hands appear-ance. The evidence.of polydactyly is linked with superstitions related with divine phenomenon.Due to the myth and fear of complications, parents hesitate or are reluctant to opt for surgeiy Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 25
  • 36. F Oral Presentation Method: In this study, I(sharsutra, an Ayurvedic medicated thread coated with herbal alkaline drugs having simultaneous cutting and healing property was used by free ligation technique to remove extra finger in a child, whose parents were not willing to undergo surgery. This was an observational single case design without controlled group. Result: After I(sharsutra ligation, the extra finger srarred necrosing within 24 hours. The fin- ger turned bluish to black in next 3 days with minimal pain ar rhe site of ligation and finally sloughed out in just nine days with minimal scar formation. Conclusion: Ksahrsutra Ligation showed excellent result in post axial polydactyly. The results are encouraging enough to warrant more studies to establish and promote this unique para sur- gical procedure i.e. Ksharsutra in the management of post-axial Polydactyly. 10t86 Evaluation of combined efficacy of greeva basti, patra pottali sweda and nasya in the management of cervical spondylosis Bhavya B K Purpose: Cervical spondylosis is one among the degenerative disc ailments. Recent study showed that middle aged population shows increased incidence of degenerative disc changes. This may be because of faulty regimen and lifestyle. In this busy schedule no one is having suf- ficient time to undergo all the treatment procedures one a.fter the other patiently, so the study conducted here is a combined process of Nasya, Griva Basti, Patra Pottali Sweda simultaneously to get maximum relief in a minimal period of time. Method: Study design- It was an open, randomized, preliminary clinical study. Sample size: Total 8 patients were registered, among them 1 was.drop out, whereas the 7 patients completed the treatment schedule. Intervention: Step 1 - Griva Basti with Prabhanjana Khuzumbu and Sa- hacharadiTaila, Step 2 -Patra Pottali Sweda, Step 3 - Nasya with Dhanvantara 101, Abhyantara: Dashamoola Kashaya (3 tsp 2 times per day before food). Result: Good response was seen in five patients, moderate response in one patient and mild response in one patient. Conclusion: Cervical Spondylosis is emerging as one of the most common diseases espe-cially in urban population. The prevalence of this disease has been expected to be increas-ing due to improper lifestyle and poor working, sleeping and sitting postures. Combined effect of griva basti, patra pottali sweda and nasya can offer good benefits in cervical spondylosis. Postural corrections during work, sleep, travel and avoiding elevated cushions below neck and regular exercises go on a long way in preventing Cervical Spondylosis. 10200 Management of systolic hypertension with shirodhara Pankaj P Tathe4 Nitin M Kamat Purpose: Increase in the lateral pressure exerted by the flowing blood during the contrac- tion of the heart is termed as SYSTOLIC HYPERTENSION, which causes adverse effects on many organs including vital organs and leads to multi-organ failure. Many medications acting at different levels are available in the conventional medicine, which are far from satisfactory and hence there is a need to find out cost effective and satisfactory alternatives. 26 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 37. Oral PresentationMethod: 30 newly diagnosed middle aged (30 to 50 years) patients of either sex with a rangeof 140 to 160 systolic blood pressure (Diastolic B.P < 90 mm. of Hg) were recruited forTilaTirila (Oil of Saeasum ind.icum Linn) Shirodhara 30 minutes daily for 14 days Blood pressurewas monitored in the morning, before and after Shirodhara, in evening and the record was ana-br.ed.Result: It was observed that on lst day Systolic B.P reduced by 4 to 8 mm of Hg at the end ofShirodhara, but remained the same as initial blood pressure by the evening. At the end of the 7thdayB.Preducedby8to l2mmof HgafterShirodharaandB.Pwaslowby6to l0mmofHginrhe morning and evening. Similar results were observed on 14th day. A striking observation wasmade that those patients having heaviness in the chest did not complain of the symptom afterfnst week of Shirodhara. Feeling of well being and sound sleep was also reported after starting&e treatment.Conclusion: Hence, it can be concluded that non-invasive modaliry like Shirodhara which isdevoid of any unwanted effects can be used for control of systolic hypertension.ro205Random open controlled critical study of vishamashana in an etiol-ogy of skin dis-order vicharchika i.e. eczemaMadhuri PachgharePurlrose: According to Acharya Charaka, vishamashana is agnivaishamyakaranam shresthameans irregular eating is the strongest etiological factor for disturbance in digestive fire. In thisstudy critical evaluation ofVishamashana is done as a etiological factor for skin disorderMettrod: Study design is a random open uncontrolled retrospective study. 256 patients of vi-charchika kushtha were examined and divided in two groups. In Group A, 156 patients havingvishamashana as causative factor were included. In Group B, 100 patients having causative fac-tor other than vishamashana were included.Result: Individual group wise demographic analysis of these patients is presented under theheading gender wise distribution, age wise, religion wise, diet wise, prakriti wise, agni wise placewise and vicharchika symptom wise. Comparison of symptoms of two groups was done by MT-nwhitney test and it was found to be significant for all symptoms except rukshata Associationof symptoms and causative factor done by Chi square test was also slightly significant exceptrukshata, association of agni, causative factors and symptoms of vicharchika is also significantby Chi square test. Conclusion: Mandagni is major samprapti ghatak when vishamashana is causative factor. Vishamashana is sannikrushta hetu for vicharchika and it is an etiological factor in genesis and aggravation of vicharchika i.e. eczema.Thus the importance ofVishamashna as preventive factor in Vicharchika is validated. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 27
  • 38. Oral Presentation r0208 Quality aspect and variability observed in physico-chemical charac- teristics and mineral content of ayurvedic herbo mineralformulations from Indian rnarket Pankaj Shukla Purpose: Quality aspect and variability observed in physico-chemical characrerisrics and min- eral content of ayurvedic herbomineral formulations from Indian market w.r.t brihat vat chin- tamani rasa. Method: Each of the selected herbomineral formulation was thoroughly investigated for the variation in pacaging material, label information, analytical parameters like rnoisture, pH, ash and mineral content such as Iron, Mercury, Gold, Copper and Zinc which play a crucial role in increasing the bioavailability of the drug to the cell. Result: Brand A has maximum iron content of about 8.g3 % w/w; Brand B has iron content of about 8.37 % w/w; Brand C has iron content of about 6.86 % dw and Brand D has low iron content of about 3.54 % dw. Similar is the case with other parameters.Conclusion: There are variations in quality of the drug from one brand to other. This has to beaddressed through development of adequate standards for drug content, process control, moni-toring misuse of label requirements. A vast maiority of our country population is using indig-enous herbomineral drugs for treatment and cure. If we claim that these drugs relieve patientsfrom pain and said indications, then manufacturing and marketing of ineffective medicines is acrime in disguise. It is therefore necessary that standardisation of Ayurvedic mineral medicinesshould be taken up as a priority programme. t1l2t2Experimental study of the antitoxic effect of shireesh by local applica-tion on bee stingsSamata TomarPurpose: The purpose of the study is to assess the efficiency of Shireesh (Albezzia Lebbeck)bark as local application on bee sting (of Apis cerena indica i.e. ACI).Method: It is a multidisciplinary research designed under the expert guidance of KVIC, puneand NationalToxicology Centre CNTC), Pune. Albino mice of either sex weighing20-25 g wereused. Six fresh natural bee sings were given on the depilated back of six mice. Half of the stingwere then removed. They were divided into 3 groups. Group A - local application of AlbezziaLebbeck. Group B - local application of Beclate (Beclametha-zone 0.5%) ointmenr. Group C- control group (not treated at all). Collection of the data was made on day to day basis for l0days till the wounds healed completely.Result: Healing pattern is different in 3 groups as follows: Group A - thick skin, large di-ameter,qqaling of the skin and fissuring were major side effects. Group B - Histopathology - myonecro-sis, erythema, inflammation, scaling and fissure. Indicates mono-nuclear cell infiltration. GroupC - good healing and no scar was observed in the group without stings. Large diameter and scarwere observed in the group with stings. Histo-pathologically no inffammation was observed andmild mono-nuclear infiltration was observed.28 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 20i 2
  • 39. Oral Presentation : it was found that females were more sensitive than males. Natural self healing of Gerena indica sting should be recommended ratfrer than local application of Albizzia lebek lepa. t4 of drakshavaleha on weight and crown-rump length in devel- mice embryo Kumar Cyclophosphamide (CP) causes stunting in size and loss of body weight of the pups injected intra-peritoneal (10 mg/kg) to pregnant mice on day 11 of gestation. Due to ic properties and nutritional values, Drakshavaleha has been used as a Naimittika (promoter of specific vitality in specific disease) by some of the Ayurvedic physi-rirns in Rajasthan to a woman during her pregnancy expecting a good health of both mothernd her offspring. The objective of the study was to investigate the protective effect of Drak-rhavaleha against CP induced growth retardation in mice pups in the terms of body weight and(CR (crown-rump) length.ffsthod: Group I (Control): Pregnant mice (n=10) received 0.2 ml of vehicle (distilled wa-rm) intra-peritoneal on day 1 1 of pregnancy. Group II (Drakshavaleha): Pregnant mice (n= 1 0)received Drakshavaleha (16 g/kg) orally from day0to day18of pregnancy. Group III (CP):Pregnant mice (n=10) received Cyclophosphamide (10 mg/kg) intra-peritoneal on day l1 ofXtregnancy. Group IV (CP + Drakshavaleha): Pregnant mice (n=10) received CP (10 mg/kg)intra-peritoneal on day I I under cover of Drakshavaleha (16 g/kg) orally from day0 to day 18ofpregnancy.Result: Drakshavaleha (alone) increases the size and weight of the pups when given to mothermice during gestation period and the difference between the two groups (Group III and GroupfV) is statistically significant (p<0.001).Conclusion: In the present context Drakshavaleha can be conceived to be a Naimittika Ra-sayana to a woman during her pregnancy to obtain a healthy progeny.I02l t-rClinical study of klaibya (male sexual dysfunctions) w.s.r. to hyperten-sionAnurag Pandey, Mamta Tiwari, Pawan Kumar Godatwar, B K SevatkarPurpose: I{aibya (Male Sexual Dysfunction = MSD) is common among men of all ages, ithas been recently estimated that more than 152 million men worldwide experienced sexual dys-function in 1995, and that this number will rise by 170 million, to approximately 322 millionby the year 2O25.In the past years, it has been reported that most of the hypertensive patientshaving disability to perform sexual acts and comes under the MSD. To keep these facts in mindthe present study aimed to evaluate the efficacy of the Gokshuradi Vati in the management ofKlaibya with or without hypertension.Method: The patients identified and classified as suffering from klaibya with or without hyper-tension participated in the clinical trial in three groups.The trial drug GokshuradiVati (Su.) 2tabs of 500 mg with anupana of GOKSURADI K7ATHA l0 ml. was administered to all the Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 29
  • 40. Oral Presentation patients for I month. All the Patients were assessed on the basis of subjective and objective cri- teria. Result: The results showed statistically significant improvement in high blood pressure. Beside these, highly significant improvement were found in sperm count, serum testosterone level and IIEF-15 variables. Conclusion: On the basis of the results this study concluded that hypertension and klaibya are having a strong relation in each others pathogenesis. On the basis of our study, we can say that every patient of hypertension should be examined for Klaibya. r02r6 Role of swetshankhapushpi (Ctitoriaternatea) and clinical yoga tech- niques in the management of generarized anxiety disorder Prashant Chavan Purpose: The burden of modern lifestyle leads to many mental disabilities like Generalized Anxiety Disorder. It is necessary to find safer and simple regimen for Generalized Anxiety Dis- order.Traditionally Swetashankhapushpi (Clitoria ternatea) is being used in Kerala to rreat men- tal disorders including Generalized an*ety Disorder (Chitto{vega). Relaxation Techniques of Yoga are one of the tciols to treat Anxiety Disorder. Method: The present work was done to study efficacy of Swetashankhapushpi and Clinical Yoga Techniques on 30 patients of Generalized Anxiety Disorder. Th"*. p",i..ra* were randomlydivided into A, B and C groups, consisting 10 patients in each gro.rp. Patients of Group A weregiven Swetashankhapushpi root powder 2 g orully b.i.d. with milk as anupan for I month. pa-tients of Group B were on ClinicalYogaTechniques for 1 month. And patients of Group C weregiven both Swetashankhapushpi and Clinical Yoga Techniques for the period of I month andresults were assessed by using Hamiltons Anxiety Rating Scale.Result: Combination of both Swetashankhapushpi and ClinicalYogaTechniques showed highlysignificant relief (P<0.001) than single therapy, providing overall improvement in Gerr.rall.d4{nxiety Disorder.Conclusion: Swetashankhapushpi (Ctitoria ternatea) and Relaxation Techniques of yoga incombination showed significant relief in Generalized Anxiety Disorder (Chittodvega).102 I8Management of sthoulya (obesity) by basti and shamana aushadhiKiran Madhu, Piyush KapilPurpose: A hyper obese individual is considered as one among the eight condemned per-sons.In modern medical science Sthoulya is compared with Obesity. According to the sur-veys, Indiaranks amongst the top ten obese nations. Even the risk of diseases like cardio vascular diseases,diabetes, joint disorders etc is more in obese as compared to healthy individual. Keeping thesepoints in mind, this topic was selected for the study and an attempt was made to find an Ay-urvedic treatment which is effective, without side effects, economic, and easily available to all.Method: A total of 30 subjects diagnosed with Sthoulya were selected and were randomly di-vided in three groups with 10 patients in each group. In Group A, Lekhana Basti was given in30 ABSTRACTS 5th worrd Ayurveda congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 41. Oral Presentationyoga Basti schedule. In Group B, Kshara Basti was given inYoga Basti schedule. In both groups given for one month and inA and B after bastiTrayushanadiloha 500 mg. bid with honey 1l7as subjects were given Placebo tablets, I tab. bid for one month Data was statisticallyGroup Canalyzed by applying Students t test. thereResult: Based on the assessment criteria it can be said that overall on all the symptoms seen in G-t?"p---Qwas mild relief in Group A, mild relief in Group B and there was no reliefKshara Basti has got significant effect on BMI (Body Mass Index) as well asWHR fVaist HipRatio). and that ofconclusion: Effect of Lekhana Basti with Trayushanadi Loha is more generalisedKshara Basti with Trayushanadi Loha is more localized. This is shown by reduction of BMI (Vaist Hip(Body Mass Index) in people who received Lekhana Basti and reduction offHRiatio) in people who received Kshara Basti. Ayurveda in general and Lekhana and Kshara Basti prevention of itsin particular could be the best tools for manaiement of Sthoulya and effectivecomplications. r0220Role of agnikarma in degenerative disorder w.s.r.to avbahuka(Frozen shoulder): case studYVaneet Kumar is of vitalPurpose: Shoulder joint has greatest range of motion among all joints in body, and move-ment ofimportance to daily activities. Frozen shoulder that causes pain and restricted joint, puts huge amount of strain on patients in their most productive years of life. The etiology of frozen shoulder is unknown but diabetic patients may suffer more frequently. Till date no occurring due definite treatment is available for frozen shoulder. In Ayurved classics, Avbahuka including Ag- to dhatukshayajanya vata prakopa, has been told to be treated by different Mays in Avbahuka nikarma. Hence study was designed to assess therapeutic outcome of Agnikarma (frozen shoulder). joint since Method: A male patient of 60 years having painful restricted movements of shoulder conservative treatment 3 months was diagnosed as Avabahuka. He had already taken allopathic and intra-articular injection of corticosteroid but did not get relief. In this case, Agnikarma was done with panchdhatu shalaka on supero-posterior and lateral aspect (including deltoid inser- tion area) of shoulder joint in two successive sittings at one week interval. clinical assessment was done on 7th and 15th day of study by relief in pain byVAS score and changes in movement of shoulder in the form of angle. Result: TheVisual Analog Scale f/AS) before treatment was 8 and it reduced to 4 on 7th day and then pain score *"s ion l5th day. The angle of flexion and elevation of arm be-fore treat- was 1500 ment was 950, after 7 day itwas increased up to 1200 lastly on 15th day the angle day and 1200 The angle of abduction and elevation before ueatment was 800 then I 100 on 7th ! on 15th day afterAgnikarma Conclusion: This case study showed that Avbahuka can be treated with Agnikarma Organized byWorld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 31
  • 42. :- Oral Presentation r1t222 To study of the efficacy of shvitrari yoga and jyotishamati tailam on shvitra Pankaj Kothari Puxpose: Shvitra (Vitiligo) is characterized as hypo-pigmenration of the skin. Aim of present clinical trial was to study the efficacy of Shvitrarivog" rhilam on Shvitra ""a Jyotishmati Method: For this research study 30 patients were selected from opD of Sharir Kriya depart- mrjnt of National Institute of Ayurveda, Jaipur. Criteria of assessment - I . Evaluation of symp- toms- It was based on-Size (Diameter) of patches, Number of patches and Color of patches 2. Evaluation of result- Result is displayed on the basis of the statistical data. Dosage: Shvitrari Yoga,375 mg x 2 taken after meal in the morning and evening. Anupana - 1. Madhu and 2. Ghrita, For external application, ]yotishmati Thilam (as per requirement) administered for a duration of 90 days. Statistical analysis of data was done o.r tt . basis of unpaired t-test Result: l. coloration of maximum size of patches- Effect inyo 5g.4gyo,t 2 Coloration of minimum size of patches- Effect inYo 56.46yo,t = =11.115, p<0.001, = =15.05g, p<0.0013, Effect on number of coloration of patches - Effect of % s 47 .70, t = = 9..445,p<o.obi. Conclusion: The result obtained in the study were statistically analysed using unpaired t-test. The result showed increase in the pigmentation area and decrease the size orthe patches. r 02:t:t clinical evaluation of rasayana effect of ashwagandhadi lehya in ap- parently healthy elderly persons Mamta Tiwari Purpose: This study has been conducted on 50 apparently healthy elderly persons by treating them with Ashwagandhadi Lehya to assess the efficacy and safety of the drug on various health parameters. Method: 50 patients of age between 50-75 years were registered frorn the O.p.D. of N.I.A., Jaipur in this study out of which total42 patients completJ ffearrnent. Ashwagandhadi Lehya was given in the dose of 1o g BD After meals with Luke warm milk for 84 days. iiet restrictions according to Pathya - Apathya were advised. Result: This formulation provided statistically highly significant relief in chief complaints like dizziness, constipation, abnormal sleep, loss of appetite, iatigue, generalized *.ut rr"r*, sense of well being and in mental aspect depression, physical and psy&ological health also.The drug was effective to improve Hbyo, change in serum creatinine, unconlugated bilirubinj serum choles- terol and LDL levels significantly. Conclusion: A number of Medhya Rasayana Dravyas present in formulation have very good anti oxidant, anabolic, adaptogenic, anti stress and anti depressant property that improves the mental and physical health of the aged person. 32 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 43. Oral PresentationlO2ll,lA comparative study of dantasharkara lekhankarma and lekhankar-mottar Arimedadi Tailam pratisaranaBajendra DhatePurpose: Modern treatment for dantasharkara is antiplaque agent and scraping but it causes,rliscolouration, dantakshaya and dantaharsh (hypersesitivity). Ayurved advocates lekhankarmaend Arimedadi pratisaran. Charaka, Bhavprakasha andYogratnakar Arime-daditaila as mukhro-gnashaka. The present study aimed to study the effect of lekhankarma karma and ArimedadiTailam on dantasharkara.illlethod: 30 patients having dantasharkara were selected and scaling done with ultrasonic mas-chine in control group. In trial group, scaling was done in thirty patients followed by ArimedadiTailam pratisarana for two times a day for one month.Result: After scaling the Dantasharkara in both groups was persistent on third day but after90 days only 4 patients had the problem in trial group and 25 patients in control group. Dan-taveshtashoth, putiasyata and puyaraktasrava were relieved but in the next follow up recurrencewas observed in control group whereas in trial group there was no recurrence.Conclusion: Recurrence of Dantasharkara is delayed. Dantaveshtashotha, putiasyata andpuyaraktastrava got reduced immediately and there was no recurrence. ArimedadiThilam doesnot produce dantaharsha symptom after scaling. ArimedadiTailam has number of drugs whichacts as raktastambhak, shothahar, kaphavatashamak and mukhadurgandhinashak on account ofwhich it reduces above symptoms and also prevents dantaharsha and dantakshaya.I 02:t8Study of etiological factors for developmental anomaliesNish A BhaleraoPurpose: To asses the relevance of etiological factors for developmental anomalies as stated inayurvedic classics clinically as well as theoretically.Method: Relevant literature was collected compiled and analysed from Ayurvedic classics andmodern teratology. The etiological factors in Ayurvedic classics were categorised on the basisof a verse of Charaka i.e. Bija dosha, I(aladosha, Ashaya dosha, etc. Glinical study - samplesize = 100. Group A - 50 women who delivered baby with developmental anomaly. Group B- 50 women who delivered normal child. A detailed proforma was prepared which revealed thecondition associated with the patients. The most probable etiological factor was documentedaccording to the same classification given in the conceptual study i.e. bija dosha, ashaya dosha,kala and dosha, ahara dosha. Stastical analysis was done by applying chi square test.Result: The significance of etiological factors was separately computed with the help of chisquare test. The test was found to be significant for each etiological factor. Conceptually thefactors depicted in ayurvedic classics are correlating with the factors enumerated in modernrerarology. e.g.; Vikriti of bijabhaga - Chromosomal anomalies; Ekdesa of bijabhaga - singlegene disorders. Ashaya dosha - malformations caused by uterine constraint like telipes amnioticbands and limb body wall complex. I(ala dosha - Critical period during morphogenesis when aparticular organ is most susceptible to develop anomaly if exposed to a teratogen, age of motherand father etc. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 33
  • 44. Oral PresentationConclusion: 1) "strikaranam sharir beej bhagah "depicted in ayurvedic classics is comparablewith X chromosome of modern genetics responsible for the manifestation of feminine char-acters. 2) The term VARTA described by charak is associated with the same symptomatologyas that of "Turners syndrome". 3) The statistical data reveals that etiological fac-tors stated inayurvedic classics significantly increase the incidence of anomaly. 4) The anomalies attributedto" Atma karma dosha "in present study were those which are attributed to multifactorial in-heritance by modern teratology. I O2,lOA practical study of raktamokshana in vataraktaArun JhaPurpose: The treatment ofVatarakta poses challenges to the physician in clinical practice andrecurrence is common. This paper explores the benefits of blood letting in the management ofVataraktaMethod: 140 patients comprising of 60 males and 80 females were subjected to the blood let-ting procedure. Patients were within the age group of 20 and 60.Procedure: After oiling and fomenting, the area above the prominent vein near by affected jointis cleaned. Scalp vein no. 16/18 is inserted in the vein and desirable amount of blood is let outand collected in the measuring flask. About 50-250 ml of blood is let considering the strength ofthe patient. After letting 20-30 ml of blood, change in color of blood from dark brown/ blackishto bright red colour is observed. Then, the scalp vein is removed and the wound is dresbed.Result: About 108 patients reported 5Oo/o relief after the first sitting. After the second sitting, 80patienrs and after the third sitting 28 patients reported 100% relief. 12 patients had to un-dergofour or five sittings before reporti4g significant relief.Conclusion: Blood letting is a very effective intervention for the management ofVatarakta t0242A clinical study to evaluate the eff€ct of a Sri Lankan traditional oilpreparation (thel kira) in management of joint stiffnessRoshini Perera, Eranga Karandugoda, RohiniYapa, S M H WijesinghePurpose: Joint stiffness due to various re-asons is a common complaint among patients. Jointdiseases like osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, sprains, dislocations, muscle stiffness andfractures can be seen as the major causes. Limited mobility of the joints can bring about difficul-ties in dat-to-day activities. Sri Lankan traditional medicine mentions a special oil preparationnamed "Thel ICra" in easing joint stiffness following fractures. This study was conducted withthe intention of testing its effect on stiff joints in both traumatic and non-traumatic conditions. Method: A single blind clinical study was carried out using 30 patients with stiffness of at least one knee joint along with pain and range of movement (ROM) is less than 90 degrees fromthe Orthopedic clinic of Gampaha Wickramarachchi Ay"urveda Teaching Hospital. They weredivided into 2 equal groups. Both groups were given a common set of internal medicine. Theconrrol group was applied Castor oil and the test group was applied the Thel Kira on the af-fected joints. Both applications were done twice a day, morning and evening followed by a mildabhyanga. The treatment was continued for 8 weeks. Range of movements of the affected jointwas measured before and after the trial period.34 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 45. Oral PresentationResult: At the end of the 8th week 66.6% of the test group showed improved levels of ROM infie affected knee joint where the difference between and the flexion angle before and after treat-rment is grearer than 10 degrees. Six could flex the knee up to 100 degrees without difficulty. Itras also seen that the pain level and oedema has reduced in the affected joint which aided incasy flexion.Conclusion: It could be concluded that the "Thel Kira" is successful in relieving the joint stiff-ness along with pain.lO2,lllEfficacy of chitrakari rasa and kushthakalanal taila in the manage-ment of svitra (vitiligo)Chhaju Ram YadavPurlrose: To evaluate the effect of chitrakari rasa and kusthakalanala taila on svitra (Vitiligo).Chiuakari Rasa (RasaYoga Sagar) and I(usthakalanal taila 0 are mentioned in Ayurveda, hasbeen used traditionally in treatment of Svitra (Vitiligo) disorders mentioned in Ayurvedic texts.Svitra is mainly lifestyle related disorder is characterized as Hypo-pigmentation of the skin. Ef-ficacy of Chitrakari Rasa and Kusthakalanal taila is being studied in this study of 30 patients ofSvitra CVitiligo).Method: In this study 30 patients of svitra were divided in to three groups (a) chitrakari rasorally dose I gram bd. Group (b) Kushthakalanal taila local application. Group (c) orally andlocal applicarion, For 30 days, at OPD and IPD of NIA jaipur.The study was statistically ana-lyzed usingT:test.Result: In group (a) t=8.8008, p <0.001, In group (b) t = 3.0000, p<0.05, In group (c) t= 9.7024, p<0.001. Study indicated that, Chitrakari Rasa and Kusthakalanal taila are signifi-cantly useful in the management of Svitra Mtiligo).Conclusion: The collected data proved the role of Chitrakari Rasa and I(usthakalanal taila inthe trearment of Svitra ffitiligo). Svitra (Vitiligo) has its etiopathology in the Tamra (fourthlayer) ofTvacha (skin). Psoralin (Photosensitive drug) and Copper (Thmra) containing enzymeTyrosinase is mainly responsible for the formation of Melanin from Melanocytes. ChitrakariRasa and Kusthakalanal taila clear the dusti (anomaly) of Bhrajak Pitta stimulating the forma-tionTyrosinase, thus increasing the Melanin formation and the coloration of skin.I O2,16The effect of honey on the glycemic index of non diabetics and dia-betics: a clinical studyShashidhar DoddamaniPurpose: Diabetes mellitus (DM) is a chronic metabolic disease affecting more than 346 mlllion people worldwide and the numbers are increasing at a rapid phase. Madhu (Honey) is usedas diet as well as medicine in prameha (DM) as well as non-diabetic subjects. The effect of hon-ey on the glycemic index of healthy subjects and diabetic patients.The purpose of the study wasro demonsrrate the beneficial and potential effect of honey in healthy and diabetic subjects.Method: A clinical trial was conducted in the clinical section of National Ayurveda DieteticsResearch Institute, (CCRAS) Bangalore. A total number of 40 patients were assigned into four Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 35
  • 46. Oral Presentationgroups A, B, C and D - 10 subjects in each group, age group between 20-70 years of both sexeswere included.The Fasting Blood Sugar (FBS) and Post Prandial Blood Sugar (PPBS) and cor-responding urine sugar were done in all four groups. Group A (NDF) Non diabetic subjects re-ceived normal food after FBS, Group B (DF) Diabetic subjects received food after FBS, GroupC (NDH) Non diabetic subjects received 30 ml of honey instead of food after FBS, Group D(DH) Diabetic subjects received 30 ml of honey instead of food after FBS.Result: It is observed that the patients who had honey after FBS did not report giddiness, head-ache and general wea.kness and PPBS values were reduced in both healthy subjects and diabeticpatients (Group C and D) who received honey instead of food compared to Group A andB inwhich normal food was given after FBS. Statistical data were analysed through SPSS by usingANOVA method and results shows significance in Group C and D.Conclusion: Honey reduces the glycemic index in healthy subjects and does not produce hy-perglycaemia in diabetic subjects. Thus honey can be used safely in diabetic patients.I O2t-r I lRole of X ray powder diffraction (xrpd) in analysis of shodhit tamraVedvati BhapkarPurpose: XRPD is.an analytical technique for phase identification of materials. It deter-minesthe difference in the phase presentation as the process goes on progressing and changing. Thistechnique was used in analysis of Samanya Shodhit, Samanya Shodhanottar Vishesh Shodhitand Vishesh ShodhitTamra.Method: Samanya Shodhana and Vishesh Shodhana of Tamra was performed as described inRasaTarangini. (Thrang 15). XRPD was done in PANalltical XPert PRO Diffractometer withsecondary beam graphite monochromator selecting the Cu anode material. Four samples wereprepared and analysed viz. Sample A - Ashodhit Thmra, Sample B - Samanya Shodhit Tamra,Sample C - Samanya ShodhanottaraVishesh ShodhitTamra, Sample D -Vishesh ShodhitTamra.Result: The XRPD of all the samples of Shodhita Thmri showed pfesence of copper and copperoxides in them. Flowever, the peak positions and intensities were varying. Some new uniden-tifiable peaks were noticed. In all the samples, Cu was present in major or minor phase. OnlySample B showed presence of both CuO and Cu2O in it. Other Shodhit samples only containedCu2O and Cu.Conclusion: Presence of CuO in only Samany ShodhitTamra suggested its larger particle size.As, it was subjected to Vishesh Shodhana, it got converted to thermodynamically more stableCu2O and lesser particle size.Though Sample C and D had copper oxide in major phases, theyexhibited different XRPD pattern. This may indicate multiple crystal forms or polymorphismof copper compounds. Thus, XRPD is a crucial analytical tool to show that the structural andchemical rransformation of metal into metal compounds started from the step of Shodhanaitself. Furthermore, presences of metallic copper in all the samples denoted their partial conver-sion and evident need of Marana.36 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 47. Oral Presentationl1l2it2Management of female infertility by Uttar Basti (w.s.r.to tubal block-age)LaxmiPriya DeiPurpose: Tubal blockage causes 25-30% female infertility which can be considered as Sangatype of ArtavaVaha Srotodushti. So to remove the blockage, IJttar basti has been taken as theline of treatment.Method: Total (n=30) Patients of Primary / Secondary Infertility with unilateral or bilateraltubal blockage diagnosed by HSG attending OPD of SRPT, IPGT and RA, were selectedfor study and randomly grouped into A (n= 14), B (n= 16) one drop out. Patients with STD,Menorrhagia etc. were excluded. After Snehana Swedana andYoni Prakshalana by Panchaval-kala Kwath,Intra lJterine lJttara Basti (IUUB) ofYaval{shara taila 5 ml ior 6 days with 3 daysinterval, two consecutive cycles after stoppage of in Gr. A and I(umari Taila in Gr. B followedby head low position for two hours and hot water bag fomentation on lower abdomen. Followup was done for two months.Result: 85.71% (12) in Group A (n= 14) and 80% (12) in Group B (n= l6) showed patent tubesconfiimed by HSG after treatment. One patient in Group A and six in Group B conceived dur-ing follow up period.Conclusion: Tubal blockage is I(richrasadhya, PakwashayothaVyadhi caused by both Nija andAgantuja hetus. Uttar Basti in Ayurveda is a unique treatment protocol in Artava dusti. ThusruUB was effective in removing the blockage and brought out tubal patency due to the drugshaving I(aphavatahara, Tridoshghna, Sukshma, Sara, Katu, Ushna properties and Pramathiguna. Both groups had shown equally encouraging results opening the tube but conception ratewas more in Kumasi Taila Group than that ofYavakshara Thila group. Ayurvedic procedure i.e.IUUB had proved a highly effective treatment protocol for the management ofTubal blockagewithout any complications. So this therapy can be adopted as a specialized procedure to replacethe tubal microscopic surgery in future.I O2frllEcofriendly approach for management of Gram Pod Borer(H el i cove rp a ar mi g eral in Pi g eon peaYogesh KumarPurpose: Gram Pod borer (H. armigera) is considered among the most dreaded pest of agri-cultural crops world wide. This pest is present throughout the year in India completing sevengenerations by feeding over 200 plant species. In pigeonpea pod damage due to this pest couldbe 55-100%. To combat the ravage of this pest huge amount of several insecticides are beingused with least success. Besides synthetic insecticides have ill effects on environment as well ashuman health and increase the total cost of production.Method: The field trial was conducted for two consecutive years (2010- I I and 20 1 I - 12) onagricultural farm of B.R.D.P.G. College, Deoria (U.P.).The trial was laid out in RandomizedBlock Design with three replications.There were 10 insecticidal treatments (4 bio-pesticides, 3synthetic insecticides and I combination) including untreated check were evaluated against FLarmigera.Three spray of each insecticide at 10 days interval were applied. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 37
  • 48. Oral Presentation were found effective in reduc-Result: It is evident from data that all the insecticides evaluated, in yield over control Applicationing pod borer population, pod damage per cent and increaseof two sprays of Neuclear Polyhedrosis virus (NPV) with one spray of Imidacloprid was found of plant products Q{eem oil Ajoobamost effective against pod borer in all respects Application quite effective economical and comparableAnswer) and insect Pathogen (NPD were also rouna coragen and Imidacloprid)to synthetic insecticides lfoo.rocrotophos, cypermethrin, are quite effective in managing H Conclusion: The investigation revealed that biopesticides pod damage ultimately increase yield potential armigera population in pileonpea reducing their respectsTherefore biopesticides should be T$ey are comparable to ,lyt tft.ti" insectiJides in allencouraged as ecofriendly insecticides I O25tT Role of a herbal compound in the management of tamaka swasa (Bronchial Asthma): a clinical study Ganesh Prasad Gupta, Bishnu Prasad Sarma general purpose: Bronchial asthma is a chronic inflammatory airway disease affecting3-5o/o of people of different ages and ethnic back- population. According toilrHO, there are 300 million investigated and utilized to alleviate ground suffering frori asthma. Natural products have been research is going on in this regard but still disease since early human history. A considerable rhere are lacunae in tft. srrccersful management of this disease Though synthetic drugs give There is need for holistic medicine of instant relief but are known to cause ,rarioos side effects affofdable and acceptable traditional indigenous origin which is very effective, non-toxic attending the OPD and IPD of Method: An open clinical trial was conducted on 60 patients Gow. Ayurvedic college and Hospital, Guwahati-|4 with a herbal compound consisting of given in decoction form (50 ml) twice Sirisha,Kantakari,Yastimadhu andVasaka.The drug was daily for 3 months in paroxysmal dyspnoea pro- Result: In signs and symptoms about 86.67% relief was observed relief in cough Also significant improve- longed expiration, ,honchi/*h eezingfollowed by 8O% frequent coryza, exertional dys- ment is observed in allied symptoms like tightness of chest, pnoea, insomnia etc.The mean Breath HoldingTime before treatment was 12551207 which increased to 16.98+2.00 at completion of treatment with z-value ll94 p<0001 Mean Peak which increased to 25317+4792 Expiratory Flow Rate before treatment was L7267+4891 Eosinophil Count before treat- after treatment with z-value 883, p<0.001 Mean Absolute after ffeatment with t-value 771, ment was 612.37+25g.3g which decreased to 474.67+173.59 p<0.00l.MeanESRbeforetreatmentwas24j6+930whichdecreasedtolg.06+640atcom- pletion of ueatment with t-value 647, p<0001 The data obtained revealed Conclusion: The results obtained were found very encouraging that the herbal compound is an ideal and safe preparation in the management of Bronchiai asthma 38 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 49. Oral PresentationlO2i-r6A clinical study to evaluate the effect of haridradi dhumapana andkaphaketu rasa in kaphaja kasa vis-a-vis chronic bronchitisiltithun BondrePurpose:To explore the efficacy of Haridradi Dhumapana and I(aphaketu Rasa in comparisonto Kaphaketu Rasa alone in the management of Kaphaja Itasa vis-a-vis Chronic BronchitisMethod: It is a single Blind Comparative Clinical study in which 60 patients suffering fromKaphaja I(asa were randomly assigned into two groups. 30 patients in GroupAwere admin-istered Haridradi Dhumapana in a single sitting per day along with I(aphaketu Rasa in a doseof 125 mg 3 times a day with Ardraka swarasa as Anupana for a period of I month, another 30patients in Group Bwere administered with only I(aphaketu Rasa in a dose of I25 mg 3 timesa day with Ardraka swarasa as Anupana for a period of 1 month.Result: It was noticed that marked improvement was seen in both the groups in terms ofsymptomatology such as cough and expectoration, physical signs and Pulmonary functiontests. The comparative study showed that there was significant results of Group A patients overGroup B patients in symptoms like expectoration, fullness of chest, Peenasa, headache andpulmonary function test values like FVC and FEVI/FVC%Conclusion: On the Basis of etiology, symptomatology and prognosis the IGphaja I(asa is bestcomparable with recurrent Chronic Bronchitis. The efficacy of Haridradi Dhumapana is estab-lished in moderate and severe conditions.The effect of Kaphaketu Rasa as a shaman medicationis better seen in mild to moderate conditions. The combination of shodhan and shaman worksasf expectorant, mucolytic and is soothing to the respiratory tract.I O2i-r8Effect of mahoushadha anjana and anu taila nasya in sushkakshipakaw.s.r.to dry eye syndromeJyoti GuptaPurpose: Due to rapid industrialization, urbanisation, prolonged working hours in front ofcompurers, nutritional deficiency, pollution, stress and increased incidence of allergic disorders,Dry eye syndrome is found as one of the most prevalent form of eye disease. Despite a num-ber of researches being carried. out, no curative treatment has been achieved. Only palliativemeasures in the form of tear supplements are available which are to be used for lifelong by thepatients, further burdening him financially. Sushkakshipaka, an etymologically similar entity hasbeen detailed in samhitas under Sarvagata Netra Vyadhis, whose etiopathogenesis and clinicalfeatures remarkably correlate with that of Dry Eye Syndrome. Aim of this study is clinical evalu-ation of the role of Mahoushadha anjana and Anu Thila nasya in the management of Sushkak-shipaka (Dry eye syndrome) on various scientific parameters.Method: Keeping in view all these facts minimum 60 patients of age between 20 to 70 yrs. werescreened our from the OPD and IPD of P.G. Department of Shalakya Thntra of NIA, Jaipur forthe present study. Screened patients were randomly divided into 3 groups each containing 20parienrs. Group A - 20 patients of Sushkakshipaka were advised Mahoushadha anjana only forlocal application, Group B - 20 patients of Sushkakshipaka were advised Anu taila Nasya onlyGroup C - 20 patients of Sushkakshipaka were advised combined treatment i.e. MahoushadhaAnjana locally and Anu taila Nasya. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 39
  • 50. Oral PresentationResult: All the three groups have shown significant results but combined drug therapy grouphas shown more gain % in comparison to other two groups. The results were found highly sig-nificant (p<0.001) in foreign body sensation, burning sensation, itching, photo-phobia, eyeache,transient blurring of vision.Conclusion: Increasing prevalence of Sushkakshipaka is a global issue of concern due to associ-ated long term compromise in the quality of life and Ayurveda can constitute multi-dimensionalapproach for its treatment. 10261Effect of rasayan drugs on specific parameters of oxidative stressVaishali Mutyalwar (Kuchewar), Mangal Borkar, Milind NisargandhaPurpose: It is increasingly being realised that many of todays diseases are due to the oxida-tive stress that results from an imbalance between formation and neutralisation of free radicals.Recently, much attention has been directed toward the development of ethnomedicines thatpossess strong antioxidant properties and beneficially less toxicity. Rasayana tantra is a uniquebranch of Ayurveda and the drugs mentioned in this chapter have been described to both curedisease and also promote health.Method: This study was designed to provide scientific basis to the efficacy of Rasayana drugsmentioned in the texts. The objective of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of Ashwagandhaand Guduchi on specific parameters of oxidative stress in healthy volunteers because theseherbs are being used in our daily life since long time. The study was carried out on 34 healthyvolunteers from the staff and students of MGACH&RC, Salod after obtaining written informedconsent. They were randomly distributed in three groups. Each group was treated with threedifferent colored capsules containing placebo, Ashwagandha and Guduchi. The treatment wasconducted for six months. The student t test was applied to assess significant variations in all ofthe studied parameters.Result: In this study, there was significant increase in SOD level (Super-Oxide Dismutase) anddecrease in MDA (Malondialdehyde) level (biomarkers of oxidative stress) in both groups.Conclusion: It might be helpful in preventing the progress of numerous oxidative stresseswhich trigger at various diseases and in retarding ageing and preventing premature ageing.10272Study of manas prakriti as a risk factor in mentaladjustment disor-ders of young adults and role of sattvavajaya chikitsa (rational emo-tive behavioural therapy)Vijaykumar S Kotrannavar, Savita S Angadi, Sumitra T GowdaPurpose: In Ayurveda, physical and mental status of a person is described in terms of Prakriti.Manas prakriti is divided in three types as Satvik, Rajasik,Thmasik. Further these manas prakri-tis are divided as Satvik 7 types, Rajasik 6 and Thmasik of 3 types. (Su.sha.4/63).Though considerable body of research work is available on Deha prakriti, not much researchwork is available on Manas Prakriti. Rational Emotive Education is a preventive-interventionisrapproach by which a person can be taught sane mental health con-cepts and skills. REBT is40 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 51. Oral Presentationbased on a valid educational model which emphasises positive self-acceptance, critical thinking Experi-the application of the scientific method to self-understanding, and behavioural change.ments with the program have shown that person can be taught to guide their actions throughpositive directed thought.Method: Phase I: Literary search - carried out by compiling and analysing work done on Men-tal Adjustment disorders. PHASE II: Nidanatmaka (Epidemiological) study. Survey based onthe CRF prepared on the basis of phase one compilations incorporating Nidan, samrapti. Morethan 500 subjects were srudied and analysed for pattern of Nidana Panchaka of Mental adjust-ment inYoung Adults w.s.r. to Manas prakriti. PHASE III:UPASHYATMAKA (CLIMCAL STUDY): About 100 Patients identified as suffering fromMen-tal Adjustment Disorders in the Nidanatmaka study to be selected for the upashayatmakaStudy after due process of Informed consent. These Patients to be divided into two groups:Group A (Rajasika) :- Satwavajaya Chikitsa (REBT), Counselling as per the guide-lines of Ra- (Tamasika) :tiorraiEmotive BehaviouralTherapy along withYashtimadhu GhanVati. Group BSatwavajaya Chikitsa (REBT), Counselling as per the guide-lines of Rational Emotive Behav-ioural Therapy along with Tagar GhanVatiResult: Sattvavajaya chikitsa and drugs taken for trial were found to be effective.Conclusion: Manas prakriti has definite role in mental health problems t02{}5Hysterosalpingography (hsg): a diagnostic tool for tubal blockage infemale infertility HetalBaria purpose: Tubal Blockage accounts for about 25-35% of female infertility (Vandhyatva), Out of the various methods available, Hysterosalpingography is a highly informative, easy, ei:onomical and reliable investigative procedure to evaluate tubal patency which can be carried out in an Ayurvedic ser up. The present study is an effort to determine the preva-lence of Tubal block Aims and objectives: 1. To determine the prevalence of Tubal Block in Jamnagar district, Gu- jant. 2.To study the difficulties encountered during the procedure or any complications if caused. Method: The HSGs have been carried out by the Department of Stree Roga and Prasooti Tantra in collaboration with the Radiology Unit. 90 patients having the complaint of failure to conceive were randomly selected from the OPD of SRPT Dept. without considering primary or secondary status of their infertility. Result: Total 90 parienrs were registered. Out of them 7O%o patients had primary infertili-ty, 35.56% parienrs were found to have tubal blockage in HSG. Out of tubal blockage 4688% parients had unilateral tubal block while 53.12% had bilateral tubal blockage. Right tubal block was found in 18.75%o while left tubal block was found in 28.13%". Bilateral Cornual block was found n i1.25 o/o patients. Symmetrical blockage was found in 46.87% patients while asym- metrical blockage was found in 6.250/o patients. Cornual block is the most common. Other abnormalities like bicornuate uterus, Beaded appearance, fibroid, dilated tubes were found in 02.22% patients. Hypoplastic uterus was found in 0333% patients. lJnicornuate uterus, hy- drosalpinx, adhesion, irregular uterine cavity were found in 1.1 1% patients each. Tubq-ovarian mass were found inO4.44Yo patients. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 4l
  • 52. Oral PresentationConclusion: Tubal blockage is a very important causarive facror of Vandhyatva. HSG can besuccessfully performed byAyurvedic gynecologists to investigate tubal blockage and many otherundiagnosed causes of female infertility.t0292Evaluation of parasikayavanyadi capsule in the management of ani-dra w.s.r.to insomniaSagara Kumara Rajawickrama MuthugalaPurpose: Insomnia is a sleeping disorder characterised by persistent difficulty in falling asleepor staying asleep despite the opportunity. It is one of the burning problems all over the world.Statistics shows that 20o/o - 40% adults encounter insomnia problems during a year time. Al-lopathic hypnotic drugs are useful for short term treatment in Insomnia which is due ro acutestage. Long term uses of certain classes of sedatives cause physical dependence and withdrawalsymptoms also have a number of side effects. In the present era, patient prefers readymade, costeffective easily palatable drugs with fewer side effects for their health problems. For the presenrclinical trial, Parsikayavanyadi Capsule consisting of Parasikayavani, Jatamamsimoola, trituratedwith juice of Sankhpushpi and Kushmanda, was formulated to evaluate its efficacy in the man-agement of insomniaMethod: Total 32 patients of newly diagnosed case of insomnia who were randomly di-videdin to two groups. In Group P.V (Parasikayavanyadi group), 20 patients were administered 5capsules of Pariskvayanadi Churna of 500 mg each with a cup of warm milk at bed time for onemonth. In Group P.C (Placebo group), 12 patients were given Starch Capsules of 500 mg eachwith same Anupana and duration. Assessment was done considering the overall improvement ofinsomnia according to Pittsburgh insomnia rating Scale, improvement of associated complainsof insomnia, relieving of negative emotions, improving of positive emotions, relieving of level ofanxiery according to Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale and relieving of level of depression accord-ing to Hamilton Depression Rating scale before and after one month of treatment period. TheinformationResult: Parasikayavanyadi capsule provided significant effect in the management of insomnia.Conclusion: The study has revealed that parasikayavanyadi capsule provided significant effectin the management of insomnia in comparison to placebo.lo:to:tEfficacy of arjunatwak mukhalepa and panchanimba churna in themanagement of vyanga w.s.r. to facial melanosisVijaykumar S Kotrannavar, Savita S Angadi, Sumitra T GowdaPurpose: The smooth and glowing complexion of face increases the beauty of a person and alsogives tremendous self-confidence.Vyanga is a disease which decreases the glowing complexionof face and affects the skin. Even though it is considered as kshudra roga (minor disease), it hasgbt a major importance as a cosmetic problem in the society. It is characterized by the presenceof painless and bluish-black patches on face. Treating this condition has become a problem,since safe drugs are not available for long term therapy. So the study was aimed to evaluate theefficacy of Arjunatwak lepa with Madhu and Panchanimba churna internally.42 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 53. Oral Presentation and divided into[3nLod: For clinical study, 30 clinically diagnosed padents were registered with Arju-ro gxoups with 15 parients in each group. In Group-A patients were administered both Arju-rcwat lepa with Madhu for 2l days. In Group-B patients were administered withrc,rpak lepa with Madhu and Panchanimba churna internally for 21 days was statisti-Besult: In Group A, out of 15 patients, 09 patients wete cured completely which improvement, 2 patientscally significanr at the level of p<0.01.4 patients have shown marked patients had attained normalrhowed slight improvement. In Group B, out of 15 patients, 12ekin color, which was statistically highly significant at the level of p<0001, I patient had mildimprovement, 2 patients have moderate iLprovement. Statistically significant result was ob- has shown that combinedEined in symptom bluish-black patch over the face.The clinical studytherapy in Group-B gives better results than topical treatment. that combinedConclusion: From the observations and results of this study, it can be concluded provided better results intherapy using Arjunatwak lepa along with Panchanimba churna havedepigmentation of the patches seen invyanga roga than local therapy. I OllOi-rClinical evaluation of Ashokarishta,Ashwagandha Churna and PravalPishti in the management of menopausal syndromeMansi Modipurpose: The Menopause is a gradual and natural transitional phase of adjustment be-tween life and involves the active and inactive ovarian function and occupies several years of a womens biological and psychological changes and adjustments Clinical Method: The present randomised open clinical trial was designed as per Ayurveda Churna Trials (ACT) protocol to evaluate the efficacy of Ashokarishta (ASK), Ashwagandha 52 patients (ASVD and Praval Pishti (PP) in the management of Menopausal Syldrome Tota.l were registered in the study, out of which ! I patients completed the study Specialized rating (MRS) and Menopause scales like Kupperman Index Score as well as Menopause Rating Scale as well as as- Specific Qualirv of Life Questionnaire (MENQOL) were adopted for diagnostic sessment criteria.The effects were examined on the basis of MRS and MENQOL High- Result: Results were analyzed statistically using$(/ilcoxon matched pairedTest and tTest ly significant (P < 0.01) reduction was found in the symptoms of MRS as well as MENQOL of Meno- Conclusion: Finally, it can be said that women with mild to moderate s)rynptoms somatic as well pausal Syndrome, a combined treatment of above drugs give better result in both as psychological comPlaints ro:llo Management of ankylosing spondylitis through ayurvedic medicine along with agnikarma: a case studY Anupam Tamrakar Purpose: To specifii the role of Ayurvedic medicine along with Agni karma in treatment of Ankytosing spondylitis, a chronic inflammatory arthritis and auto immune disease with a strong genetic predisposition Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 43
  • 54. Oral Presentation Method: In present case study of AS with +ve HI-AB27 and LDH (lactate dehydrogenase) 624.1Uil- (normal range 230-460U/L) with radiological abnormalities at the sight of L.S. spine AP and Lt. are symptoms of mild lumbar spondylosis with right sacroiliac arthritis.Th. p"ii.rr, was havingVata and Kapha dominant symptoms like Amavata so he was sub-jected to therapy which performs removal of Ama and detoxificarion of toxins from the body followed by ruksh virechan with swadista virechan churna 5 g in every 4 days once in night and Nadi sweda with dashmool kwath for 7 days there after agni karma in every l5 days periodically along with hypo- thetical herbomineral combination up to 6 months as patient follows. Result: After 4 months of regular treatment all other typical fearures related to disease like amajeerna, shoola, etc were also improved. In lab reports, HI-AP.27 became negative and LDH returned to normal fange up to 294TJ|L.In radiological reports the fusion of vertebral column was also reversed as showed in AP view of X-ray imaging. This particular case has proved the importance of Ayurvedic medicine and Agni karma in AS. Conclusion: Ayurvedic intervention was found to be effrcacious in management ofAnkylosing spondylitis. Further studies are needed to establish efficacy on the basis of rigorous param- etefs. lOil I i-r Kshar sutra bandhan in modern times Kommoju Venkat Shamb Shiv RaoPurpose: This study discusses about alternate methods of tying ksharsutra in management ofhaemorrhoids.Method: I(shar Sutra had played a very important role in relieving pain and reducing blood loss,which are drawbacks of surgery. Making proper diagnosis is of utmost importance for successof treatment. Before Bandhan dissection should be done according to Milligan Morgan merhodand the sphincter muscles should be separated before ligating the pile mass.This helps to reducepain and minimises the chances of bleeding. Indication of I(shar Sutra Bandhan in Arsh are 1.Bahya Abhyanter Arsh, Abhyanter Arsh 3, Abhyanter Arsh 4, Ghanshray Arsh, Dwarpal Arsh.This Arshas are indicated for Bandhan.Result: The treatment was found to be effective with recurrence rate of only 3-5%o, Clinicalstudy was done in Rao Kshar Sutra centre on 100 patients.Conclusion: Kshar Sutra works as chemical cauterisation so that the chances of recurrence rateis almost negligible. Bandhan according to Milligan Morgan method by Kshar surra makes rheprocedure less painful.I O:I I6selective ayurvedic therapy for the management of major depressivedisorder: a randomised control trialAshwini Fulzele, Jayprakash SinghPurpose: Mental health is the level of psychological well being and encompasses the abili-tiesto develop emotionally, psychologically, intellectually, socially and spiritually.There is no healthwithout mental health. Most common mental disorder are depression, anxiety and drug ad-diction. Major depressive disorder is a mental disorder characterised by an all en-compassing44 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 55. Oral Presentationbw mood accompanied by low self esteem and loss of interest in normally enjoyable activities.$tandard treatment for depression includes antidepressant medication which have unpleasantekle effect and psychotherapy which is time consuming and expensive. Objective of the presentstgdy was ro assess the effectiveness of a herbal preparation and shirodhara therapy for the treat-nent of major depressive disorder and to compare its effectiveness with a standard drugMethod: It was Open Randomised Controlled clinical Study. Study population was selectedfrom OPD and IPD of IQychikitsa department at NIA and OPD of Psychiatry, SMS Medica-lCollege and Hospital, Jaipur. Out of 42 screened patients, 30 patients fulfilling the DSM-IVcriteria for diagnosis of depression were enrolled for the study and randomly divided into twogroups. Group A was given standard drug fluoxetine 20 mg orally BD for 42 days. Group B wasgiven herbal preparation orally for 42 days with shirodhara by medicated plain Ashwagandha oil for 14 days. Observation were made on baseline day,l4th day, 28th day and 42nd day of study.Result: Both the groups showed significant improvement, with no unpleasant side effect inGroup B.Conclusion: Selected Herbal preparation and Shirodhara therapy can be used in mild andmoderate condition of major depression with free of side effect.to:|24Study of mootrakrucchra vyadhi and its types with the help of patho-logical investigationsJai KiniPurpose: In modern science, the diagnosis of renal diseases depends on parametric results ofurine and blood analysis whereas in Ayurveda, the diagnosis of mootrakruccha vyadhi dependson signs and symptoms as they are well explained in classical text. An attempt has been made tocorrelate them with the pathological investigationsMethod: CRF was designed with the help of ayurvedic classical textand patients of mootrak-rucchra vyadhi were selected for the study. Urine and blood samples were collected for routinetests of the urinary system.The relationship of those results with the related types of mootrakrucchra vyadhi were ob-served.Result: Out of 100 patients of mootrakruucchra, 72 werefrom different types of ashmari, i.e.vataj, pittaj and kaphaja ashmar, 12 from shukraja mootrakrucchra, l0 from pittaja and re-maining from plain kaphaja mootrakrucchra. In urine examination, pittai and pittashmariianyamootracrucchra showed more RBCs, kaphaja mootrakrucchra showed pus cells, higher specificgravity and presence of proteins in urine. Level of serum urea and serum creatinine did not showspecific correlation with any of rype of mootrakrucchra vyadhi of ayurvedic conceptConclusion: Mootracrucchra vyadhi shows the obstructive dysfunction in the passing of urinefrom urinary tract. The related abnormalities and related pathology reflected in the terms ofsigns and symptoms as per types of mootracrucchra.As serum urea and serum creatinine are related with the abnormality of process of formationof urine which is related with upper urinary tract i.e., kidney and its parts, levels of these bloodinvestigations do not show any specific correlation with any of types of mootrakrucchra, it seemsthat samprapti of mootrakrucchra is related lower urinary tract. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 45
  • 56. Oral Presentation lo:l:tOclinico-therapeutic consideration of medoroga and its managementby lauha rasayanaNitin MarwahaPurpose: to evaluate the effect of Lauha Rasayana on Medoroga.Method: The research was conducted on 45 cases of Medoroga who were selecred on the basisof following criteria (i) CLINICAL CRITERIA 1. Chala sphik udara sranam (Pendulous but-tocks abdomen and breasts), 2. Ayatha upachaya utsaha (Disproportionate body built andlack of enthusiasm), 3. Ayushohrasa (Reduced life expectancy), 4. Javoprodha (Sluggishness inmovements), 5. KrichhVyavaya (Difficulty in sexual intercourse), 6. Daurbalya (Weakness), 7.Daurgandhya (Emits bad smell), 8. Swed badha (Excessive perspiration), 9. Kshudharimarram(Excessive appetite), 10. Pipasatiyoga (Excessive thirst), 11. Ashaktah Sarva Karmasu (Incapa-ble of doing all activities), 12. Kshudra Swasa (Dyspnoea on slight exertion), 13. Moha (Delu-sion), I 4. Swapna (Excessive sleepiness), 1 5. Krathana (u?heezing sound in throat during sleep),16. Gatrasada (Dullness or heaviness of the body), 17. Gadgadatvam (Indisrinctness of speech),(ii) Raised body height weight ratio, (iii) Raised body mass index.To evaluate the effi.cacy of trialdrug, comparative study was made in two groups i.e. A (lauha rasayana was given l0 g BD withkakaradi dravyas restrictions) and B (only diet restricrion with slight exercise) on the basis ofsymptoms, body weight, BMI and laboratory i.nvestigationsResult: 1. In term of lakshana, therapeutic efficacy of trial drug is better than diet restric-tion,(highly significant improvement), 2. Body weight reduction was significant in both groups, 3.Both groups had shown highly significant effect in lowering BMI, but effect of trial drug wasmuch better.Conclusion: Trial drug Lauha Rasayana is more efficacious in comparison to diet restric-tionfor the treatment of Medoroga.r olt:t7High-yielding, medicinal and multi-purpose chenopods(Chenopodium species) for multistorey croppingShri Niwas Singh, Shyam Narayan, Sateesh Chandra GaurPurpose: In an effort to develop crop ideotypes for multi-storey cropping under the conditionsof eastern lJttar Pradesh, India, a few locally well-adapted chenopods (Chenopodium species)were examined for high yields and their compatibility with many other crops. A few genotypeswere identified selected and recommended as a sole crop as well as along with many othercrops. The medicinal value of these chenopods in increasing haemoglobin content in anaemicpatient was also evaluated.Method: Available chenopods were evaluated for yield and compatibility in a completely ran-domized design. About 200 grammes of fresh tender shoots were cooked and fed every day toan anaemic patient having his initial hemoglobin content at 5.2 units.Result: These chenopods produced 13125 to 22688 kgs/ha of edible grade biomass as a solecrop as well as in various crop combinations. The average land equivalent ratio for intercrop-ping with Phaseolus vulgaris was L20 indicating 20 pet cent yield advantage over sole cropping.46 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 57. Oral Presentation pole rypeThese plants were also used as mulch, fuel-wood, walking sticks and live standards forrajma and many other climber crops. After nine days feeding to the anaemic patient the hemo-globin content increased ftom 5.2 to 10.0 units. isConclusion: High density sowing/transplanting coupled with frequent uprooting/pickingtrapping solar radiation very efficiently right from its early life stage. A concerted re-search effortwould make it a successful industrial crop. These genotypes are high yielding, input responsiv-eand amenable to scaling up for large scale cultivation.These chenopods are also amenable to thespirit of intensification in the sense that they are responding well to transplanting, spacing andcanopy management. A temporally staggered sowing/transplanting, frequent picking/harvesting grade bio-and high input and high density agriculture would generate a large amount of ediblemass that could be used as food, medicine, fodder and feedI Oll,l2Sustainable harvesting and conservation of medicinal plants in northeastern region of Uttar PradeshSateesh Chandra Gaur, Pratap Narayan Singh Shyam Narayanpurpose:The medicinal wealth of the forest is depleting at a very fast rate due to indiscriminateover exploitation of valuable herbs, without any conservation measures. Some of the valuableand common medicinal plants are becoming rare due to their usefulness in common diseasesand exploitation.Therefore, it is needed to protect for their sustainable utilisation through iden-tification, proper documentation and conservation in-situ and ex-situ consefvation for exportpurpose.Method: The study was carried out in North East region of lJttar Pradesh. The total area ofsanctuary is about.90 sq km. The plant species were observed during th1 Seriods^and identifiedthrough field survey questionnaire and interaction with local people and forest officers.Result: The survey revealed that the medicinal flora comprised of 30 trees species, 15 herbsspecies and l0 climbers belonging to 35 families. There are greater opportunities for cultivationofTiliacora acuminata,Terminalia arjuna, Butea monosperma, Chorophytum borivilianum andAcacia nilotica.This study also suggests the need of sustainable harvesting practices with respectof collection of plants (root, stem, leaf, flower, fruit) and time of collection, so that there willbe minimum loss to these valuable resources. The local vaidyas are the main resource personswho actually know the traditional harvesting techniques and sustainable utilization of these life supporting plants. Conclusion: The habitat desmuction and exploitation are causing major threats to important medicinal plants. Since these valuable flora of the region are dwindling, some conservation strategies must be developed to save these life supporting resources. For critically endangered species an in-situ as well as ex-situ conservation and propagation, regular monitoring and evalu- ation for at least 10 years need to be carried out. Some awareness and conservation programme by involving. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 47
  • 58. Oral Presentation I Oili-r1) The critical study of manuscript kala jnana vichar Kirti Patel, Mohan Joshit I Tilak,4yurzteda College, Pune Purpose: I . To study manuscript kalajnana vichar, 2. To compare topics in kalajnana vichar like Nadipariksha, Aristavijnana and Mutrapariksha with other Ayurvedic texts. Method: Study was done in three phases: Phase l. Collection of Manuscript by photocopying by Bhandarkar Oriental Research Institute, Pune, - Rewriting of MSS. lMutrusirlpt), phase 2. The methodology for MSS processing was followed, Phase 3. Comparison of all topic given in MSS with other Ayurvedic text. Result: Kala jnana vichar is an Ayurvedic text which was wrirten in l6th century by Acharya Shambhunath. In this MSS author Shambhunath had described many Ayurvedic examinations tools like Nadi Pariksha (Pulse examination), Jwar (fever), Arishta lakshanas (sign of death), Sadhya Lakshanas (curable sign), Mutra Pariksha (IJrine examinarion). These are related to Diagnosis and Prognosis of diseases. Comparison of all topics given in manuscript I(alajnana Vichar was done with Ayurvedic texts like- Bruhattrayi, Laghutrayi, Nighantu, Nadi Granthas, Granthas on Swar Shastra, Journals etc. There are two commentaries found on the MSS I(ala jnana vichar which are also included in study. Conclusion: On the basis of the study done it is observed that complete similar verses are 33yu, the rest of the verses are variations in varying degrees of other primary sources. I O:t62 Role of viruddha ahara (fedru) in affecting rural health of Jamnagar region: an observational studyBhupesh Patel, Pravin Joshi, Amit Makwana, Neha parmar, sujeet sagarPurpose: In Ayurvedic classics,Virudhha ahara is explained in detail as aetiology for many dis-eases. These can be defined as substances which cause rhe vitiation of doshas but do not expelthem out and cause incompatibility in the body. Different regions have their own diet habits andcultures. Some of them are incompatible food habits too, which may cause certain diseases. Inrural areas of Jamnagar, Gujarat region, people consume FedrurM as a recipe in their regulardiet. Hencer present study was taken to evaluate the role ofViruddha ahara i.e. Fedru in affect-ing the rural health of Jamnagar region.Method: For this purpose, the patients visiting the satellite OPD, Rural Health centre, Sassoi, ofIPGT and RA, Jamnagar for various diseases and complaints were assessed. The prevalence ofSantarpanoth vyadhis like Amavata, Ajirna, Madhumeha, etc wirh common symptoms like An-gamarda, Gaurav, Aruchi, Praseka, etc was found to be in predominan.. u-orrg ahese patients.After the retrospective observational study, the common aetiological factor these patientswas found to be a special recipe called FedrurM which means a combination "-org raw milk and ofcuid/buttermilk.The critical analysis of the symptoms was done in 60 patients and grouped inrotwo categories viz.Viruddha ahara sevan janya vikara and Rasavaha srotas pradoshaj vikara.Result: Maximum number of patients (63%) were found in the second group i.e. Rasavahasrotas pradoshaj vikara.48 ABSTRACTS 5th worrd Ayurveda congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 59. Oral Presentationlconclusion: Hence, it was concluded that the viruddha ahara i.e. Fedru may be a leading caus-tive factor for Santarpanotha vyadhis with specific symptoms of rasavaha srotodushti amongtfrc rural population in Jamnagar locality1o378Shodhana of vatsanabha (aconitel and its physics chemicalanalysisTrasanta Kumar Sarkar, P K Praiapati,V J Shukla, B RavishankartI P GT & RA Gujarat,4jturzsed (Jniversity,Jamnagar - 361008.,1 SDM College of Aturueda,Udupi,Kar-mahaPgrgrose: Raw Vatsanabha (aconite) is an extrernely lethal poison. However, the science ofAygrveda looks upon it as a therapeutic entity. Raw aconite is always subjected to ShodhanaSamskara before being utilized in the Ayurvedic formulations for.use in therapeutics. In thisstudy, physico-chemical and phytochemical analysis of raw aconite (RV), treated (Shodhana)aconire by cows urine (Gomutra) (SM) and treated aconite by cows milk (Go-dugdha) (SD)were carried out. The aims are to point out the physical and phytochemical changes occurredduring the Shodhana procedure.*Iethod: The RV SM and SD have been analyzed physico-chemically by incorporating theroutine physico-chemical analysis like loss on drying, ash value, acid insoluble ash, water solubleextractive, alcohol soluble extractive and swelling index. Presence of various func-tional groupQrdetermination of starch and alkaloid by gravimetric and spectrophotometric methods, and chro-matographic profile (TLC and HPTLC) of RV SM and SD has also been carried out.The chiefalkaloid of aconite is aconitine, so the HPTLC profiles of RV SM and SD were compared withHPTLC of standard aconitine. All the samples were further evaluated for microbial and hearymetals and arsenic contamination. yo, 0.586 VoResult: Total alkaloids found in RV SM and SD by gravimetric method wete 3 092 yo 0.394and 0.659 o/o respectively and by spectrophotometric method these values wete 2.963 o/" and in SD the aconitineTa and, O .490 % respectively. The aconitine content of RV was O .267 2content was 0.0669 %, but it was completely absent in SM.Conclusion: The results reflects the importance of Shodhana procedure in the parlance of Ay-urveda. It may also be inferred that media plays an important role during Shodhana of aconite;and cows urine seems to be a better media than cows milk for Shodhana of aconite. ro:llloStudy on pathogenesis and management in thyroid dysfunction w.s.r.to ayurvedic conceptsArfin Aloor, S Dattatreya Rao, M Bhaskar RaoPurpose: 1) Study and Analysis of thyroid disorders inAyurveda like Galaganda etc 2) Ayurvedic approach towards the Pathogenesis and management ofThyroid dysfunction, 3) Studyon the effect of Raktamokshana with LeechTherapy in Hypothyroidism.Method: l) Thyroid disorders in Ayurveda were studied and analysed with the help of Ay-urvedic Classics. 2) Ayurvedic approach made with the concepts of Samprapti in PathogenesisofThyroid dysfunction, 3) Methods of Management ofThyroid dysfunction in Ayurvedic clas- sics include a) Shodhana chikitsa - Raktamokshana, vamana etc., b) Shamana chikitsa - In- Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 49
  • 60. Oral Presentation ternal drug regimen, External applications, c) Shastra chikitsa. Methods of management were discussed elaboratell and comparison of possible Biochemical Principles was done. 4) Among these procedures Raktamokshana with Leeches was selected and clinical trial was conducted on 5 patients of Hlpothyroidism as per classical procedure. Parameters likeWaynes thyroid index, Biochemical investigations were evaluated before and after the treatment results were analysed. Result: l) Thyroid disorders in Ayurveda were explained in detail, 2) Thyroid dysfunction pathogenesis and management explained through Ayurvedic approach, 3) Raktamokshana with Leeches proved effective by yielding good clinical impact. Conclusion: The study reviews l) Thyroid disorders in Ayurveda, 2) Ayurvedic approach of pathogenesis and management, 3) Possible modern biochemical principles and 4) Encouraging results of Leech therapy in Hypothyroidism. I O,l0il Effect of maternal ahara on foetal outcome Neeru Nathani Purpose: Maternal Ahara is an important modulator of maternal health and foetal growth. Various dietary regimens for pregnant women are described under Garbhini Paricharya, em- phasising on real demand of the time for proper growth and development of foetus, for normal labour for keeping good health of the mother and making free from postnatal complications of mother and child. Birth weight of newborn is strongest indicator of perinatal mortality. Pathya Ahara during pregnancy could decrease the incidence of LBW babies, improves survival of new- borns and decreases perinatal mortaliry. Method: Pregnant women (100), registered in S.S.Hospital, BHU and delivered lirre born single babies were included and those with known medical illness, associated obstetric complications, unknown last menstrual period, cases of multiple pregnancy and congenital malformation were excluded. Pregnant women were subjected to detailed dietary profile to know the quality of food consumed during pregnancy and their newborns were subjected to anthropometric measure- ments to assess foetal outcome.Result: Out of 100 pregnant women 39 had taken Sawika- Rajasika ahara, 22had, Sawika-Thmsika ahara and 39 were taking Rajasika-Thmasika ahara. Most of the mothers taken Sat-vika-Rajasika ahara delivered fair or wheatish complexioned babies with higher birth weight andcrown-heel length. Majority of women with low birth weight, and dark complexioned babieswere taking Rajasika-Tamasika ahara. Significant association was observed between quality ofmaternal ahara and babyrMs head circumference, chest cir-cumference and mid-arm circum-ference. These measures were gradually less in babies of mothers taken Sawika-Thmasika andRajasika-Thmasika Ah a ra. Conclusion: Food items mentioned in Garbhini Paricharya are mainly Satvika in nature. Sat- vika Ahara is well nourishing and balanced diet containing all essential nurrients like carbohy- drates fats, vegetable proteins, minerals and vitamins. By improving the quality of maternal Ahara, foetal outcome will be better in the form of increased birth weight and decreased peri-,natal mortality.50 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 61. Oral Presentation compa rative a nti m icrobia I activity of apama rga (Achyranth es Linn.) patra and beeja H Giragoan, Yogini Kulkarnifihrpose: To evaluate the comparative antimicrobial activity of Apamarga (Achjtranthes asperaLinn.) Patra and Beeja.llethodl Leaves and seeds of Apamarga were collected, dried under the shade and made intosoarse powder. Thus powdered drug has been subjected to Pharmacognostic study as per stan-dards. Aqueous, rnethanol and ethanolic extract, phytochemical analysis, TLC, and HPTLCrere carried out. The agar dilution technique is used to measure qualitatively the in vitro ac- vity of an Antimicrobial agent against the test bacterial. In this method, the petridishes were. led with inoculated liquefied agar medium to uniform thickness. Then graded amount of testr nples are incorporated in agar plates and inoculated in spots with the organisms under study. r re Antimicrobial activity of a drug is generally expressed as its inhibiting effect towards the,rowth of bacterium in nutrient broth or on nutrient agar.Result: In the study, results found 500 pg the zone of inhibition was observed for the test drugcomparing to the modern different standard drugs. The zone of inhibition of standard drugs forGram-positive S.aureus Ofloxacin-2O. Roxithromycin.*18. Amlkacin.l8. The Ethanol extractshowed good result when compared to other samples; also the aqueous extract is some hownearer to the sfandard drugs. The zone of inhibition of a standard drugs for Gram NegativeE-coli Ofloxacin2O mm Norfloxacin.l6 mm. Gatifloxacin.l8 mm. The Anti Fungal Activityshowed the following result. aquous extract has not shown zone of inhibition. Therefore it isresistant whereas in ethanol extract of both leaf and seed, the zone of inhibition is nearer tostandard drugConclusion: Anti-fungal Candida albican showed Resistance by Agar cup diffusion method.Antimicrobial activity results gave the Sensitivity against E.coli fuom the Ethanol extract. Againstthe S.aureus Aqueous and Ethanol Extract shown the zone of Inhibition.t0408Evaluation of taila bindu pariksha in prameha (diabetes mellitus)Ranjita EkkaPurpose: Thila bindu pariksha is the pioneer of all lab diagnostic method contributed byYogaratnakar. It is an easy way of diagnostic method and also cost effective provides a channel fordiagnosis as well as prognosis of a disease. This research work has been done to preserve andvalued the old unique ancient technique which is now all most out of practice with the rush ofadvance technology.Method: 30 patients of diabetes mellitus were taken with various inclusive and exclusive criteriafor the research work. IJrine of patients were taken for taila bindu parikhsa with specific mea-sure. All urin were subjected to tailabindu pariksha. The detail method of taila bindu parikshawill discus during full paper presentation with video graphic presentation. All laboratory investi-gation related to diabetes mellitus were done and were compared and studied with the featuresof taila bindu pariksha. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 51
  • 62. Oral PresentationResult: From the study the prognostic aspect of diabetes mellitus were established. fhe featureof taila bindu pariksha indicated bad prognostic features in those cases where the patients otherlab investigation reports were found raised to severity level. Tailabindu pariksha of patients pre-senting complications of diabetes mellitus like nephro pathy, neuro pathy were found having badprognostic feature. Statistical presentation will be present during full paper presentation.Conclusion: Here i have given some effort to re search the practical aspects of tailabindu parik-sha and to preserve the unique ancient technique as till now no advance technology has come toestablish the prognosis of a disease.Features of full presentation: 1. technique of tailabindupariksha with videograph.2. obser-varion and result of tailabindu pariksha in diabetes mellitus. 3. beneficiary aspect of tailabindupariksha and prognostic value.I 04l5Management of udavarta yoni-vyapada (Dysmenorrhoea) and pre-menstrual syndrome with chaturbeeja churna and yogic practicesKiran Tripathi, Rajika Gupta, Kamini Dhima, Eena Sharma1 IGPT€IRA R G G P G.4jturztedic College,zPurpose: With the advent of new millennium and the herald of high tech era, womans statuswas expected to reach new horizons both socially and physically. But some of the physiologicalthings trouble the lady to make her slow down, such a problem is dysmenorrhoea (Udavartaor painful menstruation). In Ayurvedic texts, diseases of the female reproductive system havebeen collectively described asYoniVyapada. IJdavartaYoniVyapada is one in which the womanfeels pain and distress in the perimenstrual period along with systemic symptoms. It is causedby vitiation ofVayu.Chaturbeeja Churna is mentioned in Bhava Prakasha Nigharrtu, asVata shamaka.Yogic practic-es regulate body mechanism and improve the psychology of the patients.Thus, the present studyaims to take care of these complaints with herbal formulation and specificYogic practices.Method: In the present study, 57 patients were studied. Seven patients were drop outg. Thesepatients were treated in two groups which were divided randomly, Patients of group I were givenChaturbeeja churna while the group II had yogic practices along with Chaturbeeja churna. Boththe groups were advised nutritious diet regime. The patients followed the advice and completedthe trial with full complianceResult: In group I and the results were statistically significant in intensity, duration, nau-sea,headache, giddiness, diarrhoea, anorexia, nervousness, irritability and weakness at p < 0.001.In trial group II. Results in group II were highly significant at p < 0.001 for intensiry dura-tion,nausea) breast tenderness, giddiness, diarrhoea, anorexia and irritability. Therapy was effectivein vomiting, increased sleep and bloating at p<0.05.Conclusion: Both therapies had statistically highly significant results and were very effective. Incomparison of both therapies, Chaturbeeja Churna withYo$ic practices in group II was 17.84%more effective than only Chaturbeeja Churna in group L52 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 63. Oral Presentationl0,ll$A quality assessment {physico-phytochemical profile} of root of With-ania somnifera (1.) Dunal used traditionally for therapeutic purposesin sri lankaVinotha SanmugarajahPurpose: Withania somnifera (Linn) Dunal is widely used in the traditional medicinal sys-temof Sri Lanka. Quality assessment of root ofW. sorirniferous, grown in India has been published[Nasreen and Radha 20lll. However, root of W somnifera used in preparation of traditionalmedicines in Jaffna District are mainly purchased from local vendors that import it from India.Therefore, it was important to carry out a Quality assessment of the plant material available inJaffna to ensure the authenticity of this plant material and to prevent any adulteration, especiallywhen used in the powdered form.Method: For the quality assessment of root of W somnifera, six samples of this root powderwere used and physicochemical parameters such as ash values, loss on drying, pH and extractivevalues were carried out according to theWorld Health Organization ($fHO) guidelines [Anony-mous 1998]. A preliminary phytochemical screening was done to detect different phytorconstit-uents [PrashantTiwari et al 201 l]. All samples were tested and mean values along with standarddeviation were recorded.Result: It was found that the various physicochemical parameters such as total ashl water sol-uble ash, acid insoluble ash, sulfated ash, loss on drying and pH were found to be 5.76+0.09o/o,2.93!0.15%,0.63+0.04yo,1.92+O.04yo,g.L2+0.10%and 5.73+O.O2respectively.f,hepercent-age yields of hot-water extractable matter (30.8211 .09%) were greater than hot-ethanol extract-able matter (10.0+0.22%) of root of W somnifera.The phytochemical screening of hot aqueousand ethanolic extracts showed the presence of alkaloids, saponins, flavonoids, steroids, tannins,proteins, reducing sugar and coumarins and does not showed the presence of quinines or an-thraquinones.Conclusion:The quality assessment profile of root of W somnifera obtained in the present studyto be an immense value in identification and authentication of this plant and may help in pre-venting its adulteration (particularly when used in the powdered form).t042i,Sta ndardization of jalnimanjjan pu risha parikshaRajesh Uikey, Anukul Chanda KarPurpose: Ayurveda describes agni dushti to be the root cause of all diseases in humans. Thediagnosis of.these diseases is mainly based on clinical features supported by clinical examinationand ancillary investigations. For this several methods have been described in Ayurvedic textswhich can be broadly classified into Roga and Rogi pariksha. These examinations are mainlybased on clinical examination. Examination based on laboratory investigations is rather a latedevelopment pertaining to medieval period. Mutra Pariksha and Purisha Pariksha were themain laboratory investigative tools in the past. Jalnimanjjan purisha pariksha, an old method ofstool examination has been described in number of Ayurvedic texts of medieval period whichwas very popular in those times but now its use has become obsolete. Hence, it is importantas a first step to revive this technique to standardize it.This study aimed at standardizing thistechnique of Jalnimanjjan purisha pariksha and observing for the normal variable range in 30 Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 53
  • 64. Oral Presentationapparently healthy volunteers along with their agni assessment and routine and microscopicexamination of stool.Method: A water sample was standardized first to be used as media for nimanjjan and then dif-ferent amount of stools were dropped. The height of dropping etc was standardized in randomsamples. After standardization test was performed in 30 normal healthy volunteers and the vari-ous observations were recorded.Result: Significant results were found in correlation with the various textual descriptions ofAyurveda regarding purisha and agni pariksha.Conclusion: Similar study on a larger number of volunteers will further validate the data andcan be used in future for the assessment of agni by purisha pariksha.l0,l2llA clinical study on the effectof vamana karma in the management ofekakusta (psoriasis)Pooja B A, Santoshkumar BhattedPurpose: Alteration in skin colour or texture not only results into physical suffering but haveits impact on psychological, social well being. In Ayurveda skin diseases have been describedunder the heading of Kushtha. Ekakushta is very commonly seen in clinical practice which ischaracterized by loss of perspiration, scaly lesion with whole body involvement. Based on signand symptoms can be compared to the disease Psoriasis in parallel science. As there is limita-tions of available medications and associated with side effects hence there is a need to find outsafe, long lasting and better treatment for psoriasis. According to our classics Kustha being aBahudoshavasta r.yadhi repeated shodhana is indicated. Vamana one among the shodhana mo-dality to expel the morbid kapha dosha. Considering the safe property, the Drug Madanaphalawas selected to see the efficacy of its different formulationsOBJECTMS: 1.To evaluate the role of vamana karma in Ekakushta.2. To evaluate the efficacy of vamana karma with Madanapippali choorna yoga in Ekakushta.3. To evaluate the efficacy of vamana karma with Madanapippali Sheethakashaya yoga inEkakushta.Method: A Comparative clinical study done on.30 subjects of both sexes, between age groupof 16-60 years were randomly assigned into 2 groups namely- Group-A and B. Madanaphalapippali choorna yoga was administered to Group A, Madanapippali Sheetha kashaya yoga forGroup B. Vamana karma was done in the following order: Poorva, Prad-hana and Paschatkarma. Assessment was done after the completion of the therapy.Result: Highly significant improvement was observed in all the parameters like Itching, Scaling,Thickness and Erythema in both the groupsConclusion: The Ekakushta can be compared to Psoriasis based on the clinical sign and symp-toms. Significant Improvement was seen in all the parameters in both the groups, comparativelysheethakashaya yoga group showed better result.54 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 65. Oral Presentationlo4:17Effect of shukra karaka vasti and madhuka yoga on shukrakshya: adinicalstudySanjay Kumar Giri, Shashid har Doddamani, Kishore Kumar, Ven kateshwarlu GPurlrose: The mean global incidence of infertility among general population is estimated as1,6.70/o.Ttre contribution of male factor infertility is 26.2% to 46.6"/o. Male factor of infertility isnainly due to defective spermatogenesis and also due to inadequate quantity and quality of se-men. Shukrakshaya is such a condition characterised by the qualitative and quantitative vitiationof shukra caused due to vata and pitta vitiation. To evaluate the effect of Shukra karaka vasti andMadhuka yoga on Shukrakshaya. Comparative assessment of shodhana and shamana therapyin Shukra kshaya.Mrlthod: The patients were selected by simple randomized sampling and divided into twogtoups, each group containing 10 patients. Group ArM Shukrakaraka vasti was given in Kar-mavasti pattern. Group BrM Madhuka yoga 5 g twice daily for 60 days. Patients presenting withsign and symptoms of shukrakshya (alpa beeja) within age group of 25-50 years. Assessment wasdone by pre and post test values of subjective and objec-tive parameters (semen analysis whichincludes sperm count and motility) on the basis of - Marked improvement (> 7 5 %) Moderateimprovement (51-75%), Mild improvement (25-50 %), No response (below 25 %).Statisticallyanalysed as highly significant im-provement (P value is < 0.001), Significant improvement (P is< 0.01), Not significant (P is > 0.05) Improvement (P is < 0.05).Result: In Group ArM (shukrakarka vasti), P value of all the subjective and objective parame-ters shows highly significant results and in Group B (Madhuka Yoga) P value was not signifi-cant.Conclusion: Sukrakaraka vasti was more effective than madhukayoga due its purificatory ac-tion. Vasti plays a significant roie for qualitative and quantitative increase of sperm count andits motility. Hence, it is concluded that shukrakaraka vasti along with medication is required atregular intervals to treat shukrakshaya.l0,l4llln-Vitro anti oxidant activity of Bhrama RasayanaBali Chouhan, Naba Kumar Hazarika,Gaurav Sfrarma,R Rama MurthyPurpose: InVitro anti oxidant or free oxygen radical scavenging activity of Bhrama Rasayana.Method: Bhrama rasayan was extracted with ethanolic and screened for their in vitro anti-oxidant effects using two assay models 1,l-Diphenyl Picryl Hydrazyl (DPPH) quenching assayand Ferric reducing power, total phenolic count and the results were analyze statistically byregression analysis. Based on this study, this is comparable to that of reference compound ButylHydroxy Anisole (BHA).Result: DPPH radical quenching activity with IC50 value of 42.7g+1.45.Conclusion: The ethanolic extract of Bhrarna rasayana exhibited significant DPPH radicalquenching activity. Bhrama rasayan extract were also found to exert a strong reducing activity.Based on this study, this is comparable to that of reference compound Butyl Hydroxy Anisole(BHA). Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 55
  • 66. Oral PresentationIOrli-r6An evaluation of karnavedana samskara as an immune inductorRajani Pydi, Krishnaiah NamaniPurpose: Ayurveda has provided few samskaras that are claimed to stimulate the im-munemechanism. Susrutha in his 16th chapter of sutrasthana, mentioned karnavedana samskara forpurpose of rakshana and bhooshana. Rakshana literally means protection. To prove this on evi-dence base, a study has been conducted in the holy city ofTirupathi, in around 60 infants of 6-8months of age, from poor economic statusMethod: karna vedana is done in 30 infants and investigations (IgG, igA, IgM, etc.) are con-ducted prior and post to karnavedanasamskara, with a gap of 3 nionths. For a comparativestudy same investigations were carried out in another 30 infants twice as like above but withoutkarnavedana.Result: the results came out to be encouraging, with a visible improvement of immune status inthose with karnavedana compared to non-karnavedana ones.on gastrointestinal system - 28%respiratory system - 50.8%IgA- irnprov ed by 27 o/o,IsM- 12%IgG- 1l%severiry duration, frequency of infection - reduced by 7 5%and detailed statistical results will be presented furtherConclusion: The immunity is triggered instantly after karnavedana samskara, which activatesthe body to recognise specific pathogens and generates antibodies, i.e. provides immunity, andbody creates a memory of this experience.And this memory mounts stronger attacks gach time the pathogen is encountered.Thus karnavedana could be...... artificially acquired non.specific immunity.I O.l5tlRationale of traditional practices of haveri district, karnataka w.s.r. to rlbank of varada riverBR Lalitha, Ashalatha, Ashwini VastradPurpose: The modern world is realizing the importance of folklore practice and these practi-tioners do have valuable information about the medicinal plants. Nearly 28%o of the plants areestimated to be used in ethno medicine. This survey was carried out during 2Ol0-201I in viewof documenting traditional knowledge. Haveri district is exactly in the centre of Karnataka andan under explored area having mixed vegetation being blessed with rich diversity of herbal me-dicinal plants and well known for the various traditional practices.Method: Grid method was followed for the selection of villages over the bank ofVarada river.Duririg ethno-botanical exploration of this area traditional practitioners were documented for56 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 67. Oral Presentationthe identification of the plants, local name, parts used, method of preparation of the medicine,mode of administration, duration, and their parameters for the diagnosis of different diseases.Audiovisual medias were used during the documentation for the authenticity and rapid assess-ment method was conducted.Result: During the ethno-medical documentation it was found that totally 68 different plantsare used in treating 34 different diseases by 33 folklore practitioners. Among them it was revealedthat 19 therapeutic remedies like Shweta gunja in kusta roga, Lajjalu in yoni roga, Shatavari inarsha etc. are having classical references in ayurveda and uses like leaf of Sanseveria cylindricalin ear discharge, flower of Spilanthus acmella in stomatitis, root of Acalypha indica in paralysisetc. are anubhuta prayogas.Conclusion: The present research paper deals with the traditional practices containing folkloreremedy to cure various ailments in and around the area of villages over the bank ofVarada river ofHaveri district, Karnataka. The relative popularity level (RPL) and informant consensus factor(ICD were assessed. Research is needed to develop some selected species and find more infor-mation from the indigenous communities to preserve the knowledge of rare medicinal plants.I 0467An evaluation on mutra taila bindu pariksha with a modified device inlasOl (a herbo-mineral compound) treated cancer patientsVinarn ra Sharma, Anoop Tiwari, Ashok Srivastava, R C Saxena, V P TrivediPurpose: Ashtavidh rogi pariksha one of the main diagnostic methods described in Ayurvedaincludes Mutra Thila Bindu Pariksha (MTBP), which is simple and cost effective. Modern di-agnostic investigations of tumor markers and radiological procedures ate costly and usual testsfor recording different stages of cancer. MTBP is also used at Lavanya Ayurvedic Hospital inCancer patients as diagnostic and prognostic parameters. Test depends on pattern of spreadingof oil drop over surface of patients urine.Method: This procedure was modified keeping all parameters fixed like distance at which Ses*ame oil falls and procedure of collection of urine sample. This equipment was attached with aphoto graphic device. 50 randomly selected cases were divided into two groups. Group I consist-ed of 10 healthy volunteers and group II consisted of 40 pre diagnosed cases of different typesof cancer. Patients were kept a sleep at 9 PM. On next morning (5 AM) mid stream urine of thefirst urination was collected in a standard sized beaker of 250 ml. Sample beaker was kept in aspecifically designed glass and fiber cabinet, which was devoid of air wave. A 10 ml glass burettefilled with Tila taila (Sesame oil) was fixed over beaker containing urine. One drop of sesameoil was dropped over the stable surface of urine from a distance of 2 cm. The oil drop dispersalpattern on the surface of collected urine sample was recorded photographically. It was analyzedperiodically at monthly intervals for three times with pre treatment pattern.Result: The results of oil spreading nature, direction and shape over urine surface were com-pared with modern biochemical, hematological and radiological parameters in differ-ent stagesof cancer.Conclusion: The pattern of dispersal of sesame oil was progressively changed in relation to theimprovement in subjective and objective parameters in L,SOl treated cases. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 57
  • 68. Oral Presentationt0472Effect of las02- a cancero-static compound on p53 levels in cases ofdifferent types of cancersVandana Singh, Aditi Asthana, Ashok Srivastava,V P Trivedi, RC SaxenaPurpose: Cancer is one of the life threatening diseases spreading worldwide now a day. On-cogenes on one hand are well known to be activated by proto-oncogenes and are suppressedby tumor suppressor genes (TSG).There are different strategies for targeting to the regulationof tumor suppression gene. p53 is a most targeted gene that regulates the cell cycle and hencefunctions as tumor suppression to maintain the integrity of DNA.Method: In the present study p53 was used as a parameter to evaluate the efficacy of a newherbo-mineral compound I-AS02 a cancerostatic compound formulated by Lavanya AyurvedaHospital and Research Centre Lucknow, in different type of malignancies such as breast can-cer, bone marrow, hepatic, ovarian, head and neck carcinoma. The serum samples were takenfrom liii.. isncer patients at Lavanya Ayurvedic hospital and was tested by solid phase sandwichenzyme lirrked immuno-sorbent assay (ELISA).Result: The main p53 valves before treatment more found to be 4.7 6 U/ml however, after treat-ment with our new herbo-mineral drug, the mean values of post treated p53 values were foundto be significantly raised to 35.94 U/ml, which signifies the effectively of ueat-ment of I-AS02 inenhancing.the expression of p53 gene in different types of cancers.Conclusion: p53 protein is a guard of DNA and in helps in enhancing repair of the damageof DNA done by cancerous pathology.I O,tlBllComparative study of jarita and marita vanga by different mediasRohan Patil,Ambhika Shitole, Prashanth JadarPurpose: Preparation ofVanga bhasma after jarana process and Physico-chemical evaluation ofJarita Vanga and Marita Vanga.Method: Vanga was subjected to Samanya Shodhana - (Ir{irvapana 7 times each inTaila,Thkra,Gomurra, Kanii, Kulatthakwath, - (Dhalan 3 times) in Haridra-choorna- -VisheshashodhanayuktaNirgundiSwarasa, Then subjected to Jarana with Apamargapanchanga choorna,Vatatwakchoorna, Kukkutandatwak choorna and Marana.stage wise physico chemical analysis.Result: Except the change in the colour, pH value and SnO2 Yo t}re physico chemical analy-sisdoes not show any significant difference in all the samples of Jarita and MaritaVanga.Conclusion: Kukkutandatwakchurna is drug of choice among the three dravyas taken forVan-ga Jarana with respect to less quantity and short duration for Jarana.Bhasmapariksha reveals JaritaVanga should undergo for further putasanskara to obtain a goodquality of Vangabhasma.58 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 69. Oral PresentationI O,l$,1Phytochemical and tissue culture studies with terminalia arjunaD p Srivastava,Vinamra Sharma,Vandana Singh,AditiAsthana, Kuldeep Srivastavapuqpose: The valuable genetic variability inTerminalia species which is a very tall tree rangingfrom S to 30 meters. In that context, GOI has established a tissue culture laboratory and tlecallus formation and differentiation were conducted at Ranchi, and it was found that this plantcan be used for pharmacognosy and fibre.Method: In pharmacognosy, through tissue culture, anti-oxidative properties of ethanol extractof Terminalia bark which is against sodium floride induced oxidative stress in heart. The ac-tivities of various antioxidant enzymes, levels of cellular metabolites reduced carbonyl contentswere already determined in the cardiac tissue. Tissue culture is a specialized arca of productionwhich should be exploited by Ayurvedic researches. Terminalia arjuna were cultured on nutri-ent media supplemented with different concentration of phyto-hormoneg along with auxins andcytokinins implemented with coconut water.Result: Adenine Sulphate at the rate 25 mgllt were added for nodal and auxiliary explants, andthese nodal explants and shoot tips of arjuna were cultured again to have shoot proliferationThis can be used for other herbal plants for exploitation in medicinal and other useful purposes.In Ayurveda it can help in cost reduction and efficacy enhancement.Conclusion: Culture the new variery of Terminalia species can be developed with the help of level oftissue culture with the help of tissue on Ayurvedic point of view which can reduce thelipid profile, and angiosite stensin activity should be compared with others there are not severalherbs which are in endangered that should be saved and properly culti-vated for this purposeLavanya Ayurveda has taken a leaf to establish a lab and help Ayurvedic industry. I O4$i-rStudy on the therapeutic effects of Houttuynia cordotaSuman Bharalipurpose: Houttuynia cord.ata is a herbaceous perenniai plant. In Ayurveda it is rnentioned asmarsyagandha because of its fishy smell. Houttuynia cordata Thunb. is a medicinal plant widelyused in folk medicine in several Asian countries. Purpose of this paper is to review the therapeu-tic effects of this plant for the benefit of human.Method: Different scientific researches done on Houttuynia cordata are collected and re-viewedto find out the important therapeutic effects of the plant. Studies done by using extracts of Houttuynia cordata leaves on albino rats and in Jurkat andlJ937 human leukemic cells are also reviewed. Result: Results of different studies suggests; Houttuynia cordata is also used in used in folk medicine for diuresis and detoxification and herbal medicine for its antiviral, antibacterial and antileukemic activities. It might have anti-obesity properties. Houttuynia cordata was used by Chinese scientists to tackle SARS as it is conventionally used to treat pneumonia. Houttuynia cordataethanolic extract has a potency treatment for intracellular replicative pathogen including salmonellosis, brucellosis, tuberculosis, listeriosis etc. The in vivo/in vitro anti-allergic effect of Houttuynia cordatawater extract suggests possible therapeutic applications of this agent in inflam- marory allergic diseases through inhibition of cytokines and multiple events of FcpRl-dependent Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 59
  • 70. Oral Presentationsignaling cascades in mast cells. Furthermore, we show that treatment with quercetin, quercitrinor isoquercitrin, major water extractable flavonoids from H. cordata, significantly blocked Her-pes SimplexVirus-2 infection.The data of cytotoxicity effect experiments shows thatH.cordataextract can induce the apoptosis of both Jurkat andIJ937 cell lines suggesting that its alkaloidsand flavonoids play a critical role in progr"- cell death inducti,on of t.iri.miJJi;.Conclusion: Houttuynia cordata is a very important plant and can be used to cure differentdiseases e.g. SARS, salmonellosis, brucellosis, tuberculosis, listeriosis, allergic diseases, herpessimplex, diarrhea, leukaemia ete. I O,196Pharmaceutical and antimicrobial study of hinguleshwar rasaSanjay KumarPurpose: Hinguleshwara rasa is a popular Ayurvedic herbo-mineral formulation pre-scribedroutintlv for curative measure in certain diseases like Vataj jwara, Aamvata, Atisar, Jirna jwaraand other infectious diseases. The main causative factor of above condition is due to microbialinfection. But scientifically no data is available on rhe micro-bial aspect.Keeping this view the present study has been carried out on below mentioned.1. To prepare Hinguleshwara rasa as per AFI and modified method.2. To evaluate antimicrobial properties of various preparations of Hinuleshwara rasa by cultureand sensitivity tests.Method: Three samples of Hinguleshwara rasa have been prepared as Hl, H2 and, H3.Hl = Preparation of Hinguleshwara as perAFI, Part-2.H2= Preparation of Hinguleshwara rasa in which Kajjali is used in place of Hingula.H3= Preparation of Hinguleshwara rasa in rvhich Rasa sindura is used in place of Hingula.All these samples of Hinguleshwara rasa in different concenrrations (50,100,125mgldl) solu-tion prepared by DMSO (Di Methyl Sulphoxide) were subjected against five species of com-mon pathogenic bacteria.The method employed was hot extraction method recom-mended byilr.H.o.Result: l. Staphylococcus aureus was highly sensitive against the sample H3 in all concen-rra-tions.2. Streptococcus pyogens was highly sensitive against the sample Hl in all concentration.3. Pseudomonas aeruginosa was found highly sensitive against sample Hl in concentra-tion725mghnl but sample H2 and H3 were moderate sensitivity in all concentration.4. E.coli was highly sensitive to sample H2 in concenrrarion of r25mglml.5. Salmonella typhi was highly sensitive against all samples in all concentration.Conclusion: Hinguleshwara rasa is a herbo-mineral preparation having contents are easilyavailable and economicThree different samples of Hinguleshwara rasa have got good antimicrobial properties againstall selected microbes. But Hl sample was more effective than H2 and H3.60 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda.Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 71. Oral PresentationlOi-r I Iclinical study on effect of tila taila pana on karshya w.s.r.to vata dom-inating prakritiAmrita Singh, Prerana Tiwari, EE MojestN PA Goat.4yur. Coll. RaiPurpurpose: Introduction The to nutrition constitute the most important health diseases related (Sthula) as in de-problem of the world. It may be due to over nutrition in the form of obesity (Karshya) as in theveloped counrries and due io .rnder nutrition in the form of underweight the world popu-lationdeveloping countries. It has been estimated that as many as two third of;ff* ;t irrd", nutrition. According to Ayrrrvedic classics Vataja Prakriti person has lean bodyconstitution and there is continuous degradation and aggradations in the body (chakrapani lead to undernour-Tika). So in person ofVataja Prakriti this phendmenon of degradation.will his life and fallingishment thus resulting in difficulty for the p.rron to cope with requirem6nts ofprey to many disease even death. Karshya personAims and objectives: To study the effect of oral administration of Tila Thila inTo includeTilaThila in the food for well being of the person into 2Method: The study was carried out in 80 individuals of Karshya which were divided having 37 per- Groups.,Group-A having 35 persons were treated withTila taila and Group-B sons were treated with Mahish ghrita resultsResult: It was found that Group A i.e. treatment withTila taila showed highly significantin BMI followed by Group B showing significant results in serum cholesterol. Percentage of re-sultrelief in symptoms was beiter in Group e Urr, statistically both group shows significantseparately. kg MeanConclusion: Maximum individuals i.e. 25Vo are with weight gain between 06-1 p value was ; ,"r.r* cholesterol in Group A was 8.45 and in Group B was 18.27 and";g. M.un change in BMI in Group A was 0.43 and in Group B was 029 and p value was;.bdi. <0.05. lOi-r I ll Clinical evaluation of bharangi-nagaradi yoga ind herbal nebulisef in the management of bronchial asthma W.s.r. to tamak shwasa Premanand Bhalerao, Divya Kaiariaa people suffer Purposel According torfforld Health Organisation [WHO) estimates 300 million 80% of Asthma from Asthm a,255,000 people died of Asihma in 2005 CWHO 2OO4) and over deaths are reported from low and lower-middle income countries (Braman 2006)In India an and it was seen estimated that 57,000 deaths were attributed to Asthma in 2004 oWHO 2004) as one of the leading cause of morbidity and mortality in rural India (Smith 2000) Asthma Statistics In India (WHO, 2OO4) 57.5 estimated total deaths (000) 5.1 estimated deaths per 100000 population Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 61
  • 72. Oral Presentation277 DALYs (disability adjusted life-year) per 100,0006.5 age-standardized deaths per l0O,00O268 age-standardised DALYs per 100,000Method: 30 Clinically diagnosed patient of bronchial asthma were taken from OPD and IPDof PG Department of Kayachikitsa NIA, Jaipur and Hospital for chest disease of Jaipur, Raja-sthan India.Age - more than 16 yearsThe patients were diagnosed on the basis of subjective and objective parameter including lab.investigation such as Hb%rTlc, Dlc, Esr, chest x-ray spirometry test.30 clinically diagnosed and confirmed patients of bronchial asthma were divided randomly in3 groups1. l0 patients were given bharangi-nagadi yoga-3O ml bd with honey-for 30 days2, l0 patients were given- herbal nebulizer 2.5 mlbd -15 days and then sos3. l0 patients divided into 2 groups 5 were given- asthaline 2.5 ml- bd-l5 days then sos 5 were given- budacart 2.0 ml- bd-15 days then sosResult: After the trial improvement in patients wereGroup l-84 %Group 2-79%Group 3-64%Result of sensitiviry test.No inhibition zone was observed in any plate of E.coli.Conclusion: It can be concluded that bharangi nagaradi yoga and herbal nebuliser can be usedas main therapeutic agent in fhe management of chronic persistent asthma as well as acute at-tack of asth.ma. lOt-r l7Toxicity study and testicular regeneration propefty of swarna vangaRakesh Singh Singh, Gyaneshwar Sharma, N.C. Ar1rya, Damodar Joshi, Neeraj Kumart Professor, Department of Ptthology, IMS BHUPurpose: Ayurveda,is the ancient Indian system of medicine gives a landmark for free use ofmetallic preparation under prescribed pharmaceutical processing in Ayurveda. Some modernscientists observed that salts of mercury and other metals are toxic to various tissues and organsof the body. Swarna-Vanga (SD is a famous I(upipakwa metallic preparation which are thera-peutically used as rejuvenator, anti-diabetic, testicular regeneration (Spermatogenesis) etc. since18th century. It contains Parad (mercury-Hg), Vanga(tin-Sn) and Gandhaka (Sulphur-S) inmajor amounts and our ancient author use different proportion of mercury in SV with respect totin. So, in present study it is try to evaluate testicular regeneration property of SV with its safetyand efficacy on albino rats and also which proportion of mercury is better for pharmaceuticalpreparation.62 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 73. Oral PresentationMethod: Pharmaceutical Study: Preparation of SV in different proportion of Sn:Hg l. asL:l,l:l 12, L:l I 4, l:l I 6.2. Experimental Study:a)Toxicity study of SV for short (14 days) and long (40 days) duration in different doses.b) Regenerarion properry of SV on induced CdCl2 (Cadmium Chloride) testicular germinalepithelium of albino-rats.Result: SV is a metallic preparation which contain mercury tin and sulphur in major amountand the best product of SV is made by half of the mercury with the tin. SV does not show anytoxic effects Ln therapeutic dose (L2,5-25 grbody weight of albino rats) but show some toxiceffects on higher dose in longer duration. The ability of SV in generation of testicular germinalepithelium is seen on partial damaged testis which is produced by inducing CdCl2.Conclusion: l) The presence of mercury at least in half proportion to tin in is necessary in;"ll:T::.l"l:ilTif.:T:0o." ",,0 is srightrv toxic on higher doses in rong duration3) SV has the propefty to regenerate partially damaged testicular tissueI Oi-r I llAn experimental evaluation of toxicotogical effects of shodhita andashodhita hingula in albino ratsNagaraj Mavinagidad, Ambujakshi V M, Shobha G Hiremath, Rajendra S V1 S C S College OJ Pharmacypurpose: Conversion of minerals ahd metals into safe and effective drugs is an art in Ayurveda,and these drugs are becoming increasingly popular as an effective and relatively alternative toallopathic arugs. In order ro make global acceptance the quality and safety are under scrutiny,though alrrrvedic practitioners prescribed them since long time. In the recent past several west-ern research groups have highlighted these pitfalls reporting the prevalence and concentration ofheavy metals in herbomineral preparations. Considering this issue the present study was under-taken to evaluate the toxicological effects of Shodhita and Ashodita Hingula in Albino rats.Meth6d: Hingula was purifigd by giving 7 bhavanas of Nimbu swarasa as per Rasataranginiand subjected to analytical tests like determination of ash value, pH, particle size, etc were con-ducted. Acute and subacute toxicity was carried out in female albino rats for 14 and 28 days respectively.The repeated doses of Shuddha Hingula and Ashudclha Hingula were administered to know the significant changes in 2 ,lifferent respective groups.The control group with placebo gum acasia was common in both studies. The escalated doses of oth were carried out in order to find the LD50 during acute toxicity study. The animals were observed for behavioural abnor- malities, food consumption, body weight gain etc. After completion of the study, animals were sacrificed and haematological, biochemical, and histopathological studies were conducted. Result: In both acute and subacute toxicity study, Shuddha Hingula was proved to be non-toxic whereas the same dose of Ashuddha Hingula was proved to be nephrotoxic and hepatotoxic in albino rats. Conclusion: The Shodhita Hingula at 250 mg dose was proved to be nontoxic, and safe Key words: Hingula, Shodhana, Acute and subacute toxicity, Escalated doses, LD50. Organized byWorld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 63
  • 74. Oral PresentationIOi-r2lTriphala kwatha bhavita shilajatu: a traditional panacea to diabetesmellitusSwati Jadhav, Rajkumar PatelPurpose: Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder characterized by hyperglycemia due ro ab-solute or relative deficiency of insulin. Globally as of 2010 it is estimated that there are 285million people with type 2 diabetes. It is one of the leading cause of End stage renal disease,may cause death due to acute metabolic decompensation or may result in structural and func-tional complications involving eygs, kidneys and nervous system. Clinical features of diabetescan be correlated to Madhumeha. An effective treatment is necessary to combat this disease.Herbo - mineral drugs can be used effectively to conquer this disease. One such wonder drug isTriphala kwatha bhavita Shilajatu.Na so astirogo bhuvi sadhya roopah shilahryam yam najayetprasahya | | cha.chiCharak samhita states that there is no curable disease in the universe, which cannot be curedeffectively by Shilajatu. Also our literature states the use of Shilajatu in Prameha. Here in this pa-per an attempt is made to focus the anti - diabetic property of Shilajatu Rasayana with referenceto the clinical study done onTriphala kwatha bhavita Shilajatu rasayana in diabetes mellitus.Method: Study was carried out on 20 diagnosed cases of diabetes mellitus. Patients with anyother severe systemic diseases were excluded. After kshetrikarana Shilajatu rasayana in madhy-mamatra that is Y" palam (24 gram) for 2l days in two divided doses daily was given.Result: All the patients were analyzed before treatment, after treatment and after follow-up onthe basis of scoring. The percentile relief was noticed in-after treatment. The results were highlysignificant at the level p<0.05 after treatment. Also the percentile relief after follow-up washighly significant.Conclusion: Triphala kwatha bhavita Shilajatu Rasayana therapy provided relief in the chiefcomplaints, associated signs and symptoms and was effective in reducing the blood sugar leveland lipid profile; as well as ESR.I O5,lOSafety studies of guggul: an experimental approachAnurag Singh Rajput, Rita Singhl, Anand Kumar Choudhary2, B Ravishankar31 PT K L Sharma Goat. 4yurzted College, 2 Depn. Of Ras-Shatra {e Bhaishajya Kal-pana, IMS,B.H.U. ,3SDM College of AyuraedaPurpose: scientific validation of safety profile of shuddha CuCgul. generally shodhan of guggulis carried out in two media i.e. triphala kwath and gomutra (cows urine), therefore both drugsi.e. triphala shodhit guggul and gomutra shodhit guggul are subjected to evaluate their safetyprofile on long term use.llethod: DRUG: different samples of shuddha guggul were prepared by shodhan of guggulperformed in triphala kwath and gomutra in the deptt. of ras-shastra and bhaishajya kalpanaincluding drug research, IPGT&RA Jamnagar, and namedTSG and GSG respectively.ANIMALS: l8 Charles Foster albino rats of either sex maintained in animal house attached topharmacological laboratory of IPGT&RA, Jam Nagar.64 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 75. F. Oral Presentation€ Hf,PERIMENTAL PROTOCOL: All rats were grouped at random irrespectively of sex in m three groups i.e. TSG, GSG and control for chronic toxicity study. Each group had 6 rats. GroupTSG was administered with triphala shodhit guggul, group GSG was administered withBF gomutra shodhit guggul orally through gastric cathater, while tap water was given to controlr group. five times of normal dose was administered for a period of 40 days. On 4lst day alltrlr parameters before and after sacrificing of rats regarding study were noted. Blood, serum and. important organs were collected for various hematological, biochemical and histopathological srudy.All found facts and parameters were extensively evaluated on the safery profile for long term use ofguggul. DOSE-SELECTION: Dose selection was done on basis of body surface area ratio. Human dose is converted to rat dose based on surface area ratio table ofPaget and Barnes. Result: no sustainable toxicity detected in both triphala shodhit guggul and gomutra shodhit SugCul administered groups in respect to all important hematological, biochemical parameters. No marked changes observed in histopathological study of all important organs. Conclusion: Guggul is safe for therapeutic use. I O5i-r4 V6151ya Karma of Asa laparSl (Desmodium gangeticum DC) and Gok5rsu ra (Tribulus terrestris Linn.): a comparative clinical study Nitesh Shambharkar, Mohan Lal Jaiswa, , Purpose: V66ya I(arma is defined as a therapy for getting sdxual urge and energy like a bull. The drugs used for this treatment are known as V616ya dravya. Infertility is emerging as one of the serious problems in the present world. In India a very high rate of Infertility has been re- ported i.e.57Yo,64yo,> 60%.The contribution of male factor to infertility has been reported as much as 26.1olo. Current study was done to proveV66ya karma of AsA lapar6and Gok5sura. Caraka has described AsA lapar6 as Agryadravya (best drug) for V66ya karma and V66ya karma of Gok6sura is mentioned in all NAgha6tu. Method: Total 30 Patients complaining of early ejaculation, loss of libido and oligospermia were selected from OPD of National Institute of Ayurveda Hospital, Jaipur. Patients were assessed on clinical, subjective and objective parameters before and after trial. Observed data were analyzed by both paired t test and unpaired t test in respective conditions. Result: AsA lapar6 churna has given highly significant results on all clinical parameters, sub- jective parameters and objective parameters except in case of Rapid linear progressive (RLP) and Npn-progressive (NP) sperm where it was significant and non significant in case of Slow linear progressive (SLP) and Immotile (IM) type of sperm. Both drugs had given nearly same results except in case of penile rigidiry coital time, coital frequency, weight gain and RLP sperm where As laapar6 gives better results as compared to Gok6sura. Conclusion: On the basis of above obtained results it can be concluded that Asa lapar6r and Gok6ura is havingV6l6rya effect. Organized by World Ayurvecia Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 65
  • 76. Oral PresentationI Oi-r5i-rStudies on majoon naiah to evaluate its antidepressant activity inexperimental animalsNajeeb Jahan, Fayyaz SharriefPurpose: The present study was carried out to evaluate the antidepressant activity of MajoonNajah (MN) with its specific mechanism of action on experimental animals, and validate it as asafe and effective antidepressant drug in Unani system of medicine.Method: TBZ antagonism test and Yohimbine toxiciry enhancement test were used to studythe an-tidepressant activity of MN. Male Swiss Mice, weighing 20-28 gm, were divided into 4groups of 6 animals each forTetrabenazine antagonism test, and 4 groups of 10 animals.eachforYohimbine toxicity enhancement test. In both these tests, mice in Group I, II and III weretreated with distilled water, 50% alcoholic extract of MN in 260 mdkg (single dose) and 520mg/kg (double dose), p.o., respectively. Whereas, the animals in Group fV were given standarddrugs Imipramine (20 mg/kg per oral) and Desipramine - Hcl (10 mg/kg i.p.) in both the tests,respectively. Outcome measures were duration of catalepsy, degree of ptosis and the mortalityrate of the animals.Result: Cataleptic score and degree of ptosis were significantly reduced (p<0.001**) in the testdrug of Group II and III when compared with group I, in a dose dependent manner, and no sig-nificant difference was found between group III and IV. InYohimbine toxicity enhancement test,the mortality rate was significantly increased at p<0.001 in group II and III, and at24hr sig-nificant difference was observed when mortality rate was compared among the groups, betweenI and III (p<0.011), and between I and IV (p<0.05), berween II and III (p< 0.011); and themean time of mortality in group III was observed significantly less (p<0.0001) when comparedwith group I, II and IV. In both these tests, no significant differ-ence was found between theresults of group III and group IV._.Conclusion: It is concluded that the test drug has produced an antidepressant effect with aspecific mechanism of action by reducing the cataleptic and ptosis effect produced byTBZ, andin-creasing the mortality rate which directly shows the increase in noradrenaline concentra-tionat the nerve terminals.I OtIirTAntinociceptive activity of two different samples of chaturbeeja anexperimental evaluationKshitij ChauhanPurpose: Chaturbeeja, an Ayurvedic compound formulation consisting of four herbal drugsnamely Methika (Trigonella foenum graecum Linn.), Chandrashoora (Lepidium sativumLinn.), Kalajaji (lr{igella sativa Linn.) andYavanika (Trachyspermum ammi Linn.).This for-mulation is indicated in the management of Indigestion, Colic, Flatulence, Lumbago, Pain inflanks and Vatavyadhi etc. Among the four drugs of this formulation, the botanical source ofKalajaji is taken as Nigella sativa Linn. by some practitioners, while some physicians use Carumcarvi Linn. as source of Kalajaji. In this study, a comparative analgesic activity of two samplesof Chaturbeeja by taking two different botanical sources of Kalajaji was carried out. The basisfor selection of analgesic activity was, as this formulation has been useful in the management ofdifferent painful conditions.66 ABSTRACTS . 5th S/orld Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 77. Oral PresentationMethod: Analgesic activity was evaluated in tail flick method (thermally induced pain) us-ingSwiss albino mice as experimental animals. Test drug was administered orally in the dose of400mg/kg by making suspension in distilled water and pentazocine was used as standard anal-gesic drug. Latency of tail flick was selected to assess analgesic activity and it was recorded at 30,60,120,180 and 240 minutes after drug administration.The significance of differences amongthe groups was assessed using student trM test. :Result: Results showed that, test formulation containing Nigella sativa as source of Kalajajihaving significant analgesic activity by prolonging the latency of tail flick against thermally in-duced pain at almost all time intervals, while Chaturbeeja contains Carum carvi as source ofKalajaji is having non-significant analgesic activity.Conclusion: From the present study it can be concluded that Nigella sativa can be preferred asthe source of Kalajaji for the preparation of Chaturbeeja. However further de-tailed pharmaco-logical studies in various other models are required to draw meaningful conclusion.I Oi-r64Study on ARMD (Dry type) in context to Pitta Vidagdha Drishti and itsayurvedic managementGopinathan Kamath, Kartar Singh Dhiman, Rajendra SoniPurpose: An ayurvedic approach in the management and prevention of Age related Maculardegeneration with special reference to pittavidaghdha drushtiMethod: In this study, total22 patients, 12 in groupA (Alurvedic management) and l0 inGroup B (Control) were registered.The duration of therapy was of 3 months in both the groups.In group A kostha shuddhi followed by shamanga Nasya later followed byTriphal ghrita [arpanaat the same time rasayana preparation orallv given. In group B onlyVitamin s are givenResult: Group A showed better results on AR-NID when compared with that of Group B espe-cially on perception of flashes of light (7 2.23%) and dim light adaptation problem (45 .23%) .So ARIvID (Dry type) can be better managed by Ayurvedic treatment group than the Modernmultivitamin group.Conclusion: AGE Related Macular disorder is the second leading cause of irreversible blind-ness in senile groups. This make them more disable in their routine life. Here the ayurvedicholostic approach able to definitely improve the quality of life and to some extent can preventthe disease process. This study not only proves subjectively but also objectively gives a strongevidence thatit can be managed very well with ayurvedic principles.lo57tA clinicaltrialto study kala vasti and its effect on hyperlipidemia withlekhaneeya mahakashayaNiraj Kumar GuptaPurpose: Hyperlipidemia is one of the major health issue in present scenario. Lipid and lipo-protein abnormalities are extremely common in general population. Hyperlipidemia is one of anumber of modifiable risk factors for CHD. Hyperlipidemia is a SantarpanajanyaVyadhi so formanaging this type of lifesryle disorder Panchakarma procedure has been selected. Apatarpanais the treatment for Santarpanajanya Vyadhi. Thking into consideration all the treatment mo- Organized byWorld Ayr"irveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 67
  • 78. Oral Presentationdalities in AyurvedaVASTI seems to be the best.The drug chosen for this procedure is mainlyLekhaneeya mahakashaya mentioned by Acharya Charaka which is combination of drugs hav-ing Lekhana and Pachana properties. KalaVasti protocol was selected.Method: 30 patients were selecred from GAVC Hospital,Tripunithura satisfying the inclu-sionand exclusion criteria. Base line data collection and.laboratory investigations were done beforeand afterVasti and during follow up. Assessment based on lipid profile was done before, AT andafter follow up. The results were statistically analyzed.Result: The study shows sraristically significant reduction in S.Cholesterol, S.Triglyceride,S.LDL, S.WDL and Body weight and increase in S. HDL and Haemoglobin. After overall KalaVasti proce d.gfre 630/o patients were respon ded,33%o patients mildly responded while 4olo cases ,rot responded.The mean value of total cholesterol was reduced ftom270-83 to 21633 af-*.r" value of LDL waster rrearment.The p-value shows statistically significant (P<0.001).The meanreduced from 171 .43 to 123.L3 after treatment. The mean value of HDL was increased from 41.70 to 45.80 after treatment.The p-value shows statistically significant (P<0.001).The meanvalue ofTriglyceride redrlced from 290. 10 to 239 .87 after treatment. The p-value shows statisti-cally highly significant in BT:.AT and BT:AF-2(P<0.001) but changes obtained in BT:AF-Iwasstatistically significant (P<0.01). The mean value of Body weight reduced frorn 66.34 ta 6323 after treatment. The p-value shows statistically highly significant (P<0.001) of Hyper-Conclusion: Kala Vasti with Lekhaneeya mahakashaya is effective in managementlipidemia. I 057:l Nru kesha mashi - values your tears! Gauri Prabhu purpose: Tear a true companion of mankind. Every intense emotion may it be grief or ioy is 1ralued by tears with their pr.r"n".. A proverb says the sorrow which has no vent in tears may are the protective make other organs weep .This is equally true emotionally and medically.Tears not only our eyes covering of both our mind and the eyes! Hence when tears dry offthey render like irrita- but also minds dry. Lack of tears or Dry Eye Syndrome is characterised by symptoms tion, foreign body (sandy) sensation, feeling of dryness, itching, non specific ocular discomfort If left untreated, it can lead to sight threatening complications like sterile or infectious corneal tear substitutes in ulcerations, corneal scar. The only available treatments for dry eye is artificial short duration the form of drops,. gels and ointments, which require frequent instillation, have of action and develop sensitiviry due to toxicity of preservatives present in the medicineThe use of preservative free drugs is v.ry .ostly regimen. That makes it impossible for some patients to long term or per- continue the treatment.The surgical options include temporarily or reversible, granuloma manent occlusion of puncta but potential problems are created by this like extrusion, formation and c"n"li.ulitis, fragmentation and distal migration causing inflammation Method: PreParation of Drug Ingredients - Nru kesha - 500 g, Ghrita l5 g puta - with 100 uPala Study Design- Open ClinicalTrial on 30 patients 68 ABSTRACTS 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 79. Oral PresentationMode of Administration - AnjanaStudy period - 2l daysAssessment Criteria - Shimmers Test, symptomatic relief.Result: Effectiveness of Nru kesha mashi in Shiskakshi pak was proven statistically.Conclusion: It is no wonder that the solution lies unseen and unexplored in old treatise of Ay-uweda. Nrukesha mashi- a classical reference in Ashtang Hridaya, Shushkakshipak chikitsa is aclinically proven, cheap and complete solution of the problemI Oi-r7!)Primary ovarian failure: an ayurvedic solutionSanmathi Rao, Shubhankari RaoPurpose: Primary Ovarian Failure (POF) is one of the leading causes of female infertility thesedays.The reproductive age of a lady is determined by the number of healthy follicles she has in herovaries which is called as ovarian reserve, which depletes gradually by age. Primary OvarianFailure is a condition where there is loss of function of the ovaries before the age of forty caus-ing menopause earlier than the natural age. Ayurveda uses Akarmaneeya beejarM term for thisdisorder.Medical science is still on a search to aid this problemMethod: An effort has been made in this study by applying Ayurvedas principles in com-bina-tion with its rich Rasa Shastra wisdom (Rasa Ratna Samuchaya) to an open clinical group. Theselection criteria included Women eager to conceive between the age of 20 to 40 years, witJrAMH levels on the lower side or below the required levels. Duration was for 150 days.Treatrrent plan included: Initial Samshodhan therapy- total cleansing of the.body prior to Rasayana therapy A combination of Rajata bhasma, Thmra bhasma, Abhraka bhasma, and Trikatu, in thedose L25 mg once daily on empty stomach with adjuvants ghee an{ honey for one month. ofWith this Rasayana therapy there was improvement in the AMH levels. Inclusion ofYashada bhasma in the dose of 125 mg once daily on empty stomach withbutter to assist the growth and quality of follicles. LocalVaginal tampons to help in release of the follicles. Garbhadharana Aushadis to ensure implantation and conception.Result: This study showed significant improvement in 80% of women with regard to the AMHvalues, increase in size of follicles was noted inTOo/o of them and 60% conceived with this treat-ment plan.Conclusion: This Presentation shows how Primary Ovarian Failure in women was treated suc-cessfully Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 69
  • 80. Otd ftesertation I Oi-rll2 The clinical study to evaluate efficacy of kalabastiwith katibasti in management of katigata vata w.s.r.to lumbar spondylosis Geeta Parulkar Purpose: The purpose of the study was to evaluate the clinical efficacy of I(alabasti and Kati- basti in KatigataVata. Method: The study is an Open Randomized Controlled Study. Randomly selected Lumbar Spondylosis patients were diagnosed on basis of KatigataVata Lakshanas.30 patients were ran- domised to two groups and administered Kalabasti (preceded by oiling and fomentation) as a trial procedure and l(atibasti as control respectively. Kalabasti (i.e. alternate Oil and Decoction Enema for 15 days) was administered everyday for two hours after breakfast. I(atibasti Proce- dure was done for two hours every day (15 days) after breakfast in the second group. Patients were put on a light diet. The Trial Group was administered Anuwasanabasti with 150 ml luke- warm Sesame oil and Niruhabasti with 300 ml lukewarm Dashamula decoction The Control Group was administered Katibasti with 300 ml lukewarm Sesame oil. Result: In theTrial Group, 25 improved,2 markedly improved and 3 did not report improve- ment. In the Control Group,20 improved, 6 markedly improved and 4 did not report improve- ment. Conclusion: No significant difference was observed between two groups with respect to effect of therapy. I O5$4 Role of yashadamrita malahara and sindhooraditaila in vicharchika (eczema) Ambili Nampoothiry Purpose: Skin disorders or Kushta roga are the most common pathological conditions these days. Among these Vicharchika is one such skin disease which can be co-related to Eczema of the contemporary science. In modern science there are a number of drugs for Vicharchika (eczema)but a useful cure is yet to come. Hence in this studyYashadamrita malahara and sind- hooradi taila are utilised to find out their comparative efficacy on man-agement ofVicharchika. Method: 30 patients of Vicharchika with confirmed diagnosis taken from OPD section of PGRCDGM Ayurvedic medical college and Hospital Gadag were studied under the group A,B,C, each group containing 15 patients. Patients of group A receivedYashadamrita mala-hara and group B received Sindhooradi taila. Result: The results obtained in the groups are arrived on the basis of varna, kandu, pidika, srava, vedana and Hb%o, TC, DC, ESR and AEC. The data is statistically analysed. The result obtained in the study proved that both the formulations had 40% patients cured, 36.66% much responded, 16.66% moderately responded, 6.66% responded. Conclusion: The study was conducted to evaluate efficacy of yashadamrita malahara and sind- hooradi taila in management ofVicharchika. Both the formulations are having similar values for kandu. But Yashadamrita malahara is highly significant for sravi vicharchika and Sindhooradi taila is significant for rukshaVich.archika. a 70 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 20t2
  • 81. ==:r- Oral Presentation=-4,fi:::F. ilG;87t ffiect of ksheerabalal0l taila as pratimarsha nasya and shirapichu hthe prevention of vataja shiraroga w.s.r.to chronic tension type bdache" tyotirmoy Sarma hrlrose: Headaches are amongst the most common health complaints of today; the majority is (hronicTensionType Headache (CTTH), a prevalent nuisance in modern society. Existing line dreatment viz. analgesics, NSAIDs, antidepressants etc. aims primarily at symptomatic relief mly and their overuse may result in problems like GI disturbance, dependence and headache foself. A safe preventive medicine of CTTH still remains a dream and in this study a prompt at- rcrnpt has been made for the same with a treasure of Ayurveda. ilf,ethod: Aims and Objectives:- To evaluate the effect of Pratimarsha Nasya and Shiropichu sith Ksheerabalal0l taila in the prevention ofVataja Shiraroga w.s.r. to ChronicTensionType Headache. Source of data:- OPD and IPD of Govt. Ayurvedic College Hospital, Guwahati. Inclusion criteria:- Patients presenting with clinical features of CTTH. Exclusion criteria:- Headaches other than CTTH. Diagnostic criteria:- Based on history, clinical parameters r:f Vataja Shiraroga and the I.H.S. criteria for diagnosis of CTTH. Treatment plan:- patients were demonstrated the procedures of Pratimarsha Nasya and Shira- pichu and were asked to continue at home- Pratimarsha Nasya at morning empty stomach and shirapichu at evening, both with I(sheerabalal0l taila. Assessment parameters were designed based on the chief complaints of the patients. Result: Response observed on the chief complaints were:- 84.2% in Shankhanistoda, 82.4% in Ghata Sambheda, 7 7 .8% in Bhrumadhya Thpanam , 7 O .O%o in Shrotranishkasanvat Pida, 83 .3%o inAkshinishkasavat Pida, 81.1% in Shiroghurnanam, 73.3% in Sandhimokshanavat Pida,833o/o in Heaviness of head,80.0% in disturbed sleep and 75.0% in lack of concentration. As such Marked Improvement was ob-served in TO0A of the subjects, while the rest 30olo had Moderate Improvement. Conclusion: ChronicTensionType Headache is a major annoying problem. Results observed in the srudy were very promising; KsheerabalalOl taila as Pratimarsha Nasya and Shirapichu can be deemed as an effective therapy to prevent this chronic disease. t o58!) Clinical evaluation of role of mahoushadha aniana and anu taila nasya in sushkak-shipaka w.s.r.to dry eye syndrome Deepak Pawar, Mamta Mittal Purpose: Now a day Sushkakshipaka (Dry Eye Syndrome) is found as one of the commonest form of eye disease presentation because of changed work expectations requiring prolonged working hours in front of computers, nutritional deficiency, pollution, stressr indiscriminate use oftopical ocular drugs etc. Organized byWorld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of tvladhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 7l
  • 82. . Oral Presentation In Sushkakshipaka; treatment is advised in the form of Snehana therapy eirher orally or local application in the form of tarpana, aniana, nasya etc. In modern science, the treatment is done in the form of artificial tear drops; which provide temporary relief only. Although surgical proce- dures for managing moderate to severe dry eye, have their own side effects and limitations. Considering all these factors, it is proposed to evaluate the snehana effect of herbomineral Ay- urvedic compound preparation Mahoushadha Anjana and Anutaila nasya for comparison in a series of patients of Sushkakshipaka on various scientific parameters to come out with safe, effective, readily available and economic treatment protocol. Method: A clinical trial was done on 60 clinically diagnosed parients randomly divided into 3 groups. In lst group patients were treated with Mahoushadha Anjana, in 2nd group with Anu Taila Nasya and 3rd group was advised coinbined therapy i.e. Mahoushadha Anjana and Anu Thila Nasya. Comparative study was done. Result: Significant results were obtained which will discuss at the rime of paper presentation. Conclusion: The study shows that Mahoushadha Anjana, AnuThila Nasya alone were effective in alleviating symptoms of Sushkakshipaka to lesser exrent but both combined drug therapy had much greater potential to ameliorate the symptoms of Sushkakshipaka. No adverse effects of the study drug were observed during the study. The research therapy has potential of reducing morbidity pattern of Sushkakshipaka as compared to previous morbidity history. lo59r Ethno-medicinal study of plants used in ratagaya (erysipelas neona- torum); a survey conducted in Sri Lanka Sriyani Chandrika Kasturirathna Purpose: Rataga ya is a peculiar disease among infants in Sri Lanka. Indigenous medical texts provide elaborate details of the condition in which the skin of the baby turns out to be com- pletely red. This condition is similar to the disease Shishu Visarpa (Maha padma) that has been described in Ka shyapa Samhita. A number of forms of traditional herbal application are used in the management of this condition; kalka, kwata, taila, prelaepa and avaga hana. , l Identifuing the most popular medicinal plants and specific morphological parts of plants that are l used in various forms of applications used in Rataga ya are the objectives of this study. i ,l Method: A survey through a structured questionnaire was conducted among 50 randomly se- I lectedTraditional Medical Practitioners of$Testern Province in Sri Lanka.The information ob- I tained through the questionnaire was used to identiSr the commonly used medicinal plants for t Rataga ya. I fr Result: Results obtained from the survey revealed that, 96 plants species are used both inter- N nally and externally in treatment for Rataga ya. Among them, seven plants species Terminalia I chebula (76.2%),Ixora coccinea (61.9%), Pterocarpus sanralinus (57.1%), Gly-cyrrhiza gla-.bta (524%r), Hibiscus rosa-sinensis (42.8%), Bacopa monnieri (42.5%) and Mollugo cerviana (42.8%) are the most popular plants used internally. The study also showed frequency rates of_-usage of various parts of these plants; tender leaves (38.5%),Whole plant (17 .7%),Flowers and-flower buds (1l.4yo), Fruits (12.5%), Roots (I2.5%), Stem and stem bark (g.3%) and hard wood (4.1%).Conclusion: According to Ayurveda classics, four of the above seven plants constitute Ka-pha-Pitta hararM properties whileTerminalia chebula and Glycyrrhiza glabra exhibitTri-dosha-72 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 83. Oral Presentation= hararM guna. Thus six of these plants constitute Pittahara property. There is no indication of Ixora coccinea in Nighantus, but the properties of Ixora coccinea are also likely to contain Pit- rahara elements. However, it is most widely used (61 .9Yo) for Rataga ya in Sri Lanka.sF.. lOirtli-rlI Role of goumutra bhavit bakuchi churna in kilas kushth i RMSK Rathnayake, JGD Sudarshini, JMDK Jayakodi, RM PH Wardana, Jeewa Kumari Purpose: Kilas is the disease of de-pigmentation of skin due to Hypomelanosis. The seat of which is third layer as per Charak and fourth layer of skin as per Sushrut. The disease doesnt result into physical pain but gives mental trauma to the patient and directly or indirectly affect the potentiality of the person. Due to these reasons, the topic has been selected for the study. The study aims to analysis the clinical effect of selected classical prescribed drug formulation. Method: The study was carried out in government Ayurvedic College and hospital Raipur. Forty OPD patients of Kilas ([anmottar) were selected from Kayachikitsa department and di- vided into two equal groups A and B. On the basis of Dosh, Dooshya, chronicity and intensity spread of but inclusion criteria was mainly depigmentation. Group A patients has less than six months chronic and almost stableVitiligo patches. They were given Goumutra Bhavit Bakuchi. Churna, consisted of 2 parts Goumutra Bhavit Baku-chi and 3 part blackTil along with Anupan of Dhatrikhadir quath. Twenty patients of Group B which hasVitiligo patches.with high spread tendency and more than six months chronic, were given Nishoth + Triphala churna as a Nityavirachan along with the treatment given to group A. Treat- ment was given for six month with intermittent follow up period of 15 days. Evaluation was done on the basis of marks based on the colours, size and shapb of the patches etc. and the data was analyzed using frequency distribution and proportion. Result: Percentage relief on syrnptoms has been observed more in group B patients as com- pared ro group A.This shows that Shaman Aushadhi along withVirechan is more effective. Conclusion: It can be concluded that Goumutra Bhavit Bakuchi Churna along with I(hadi- ramalki anupan and Nityavirachan has significant role inVitiligo. lOi-r*lll Mixed anxiety depression disorder (madd): a new diagnostic entity - Evaluating the role of medhya rasayanas in its nranagement Jyoti ShankqrTripathi Purpose: Epidemiologic studies conducted since 1980 have consistently demonstrated, on the basis of standardized diagnostic assessments, that there is a substantial overlap be-tween differ- ent types of Anxiety and Depressive Disorders. In 1992,tir,e ICD -10 intro-duced the Mixed Anxiety Depression Disorder (MADD) as a new diagnostic category (Code No: F41.2).This category should be used when symptoms of Anxiety and Depression are both present but nei- ther is clearly predominant, and neither type of symptom is present to the extent that justifies a diagnosis if considered separately. The purpose of the present study is to evaluate the role of Ayurvedic Medhya Rasayan compound, Saraswat Churna in this clinical entity. Method: The Saraswat Churna has been selected for the present Clinical study. 72 MADD cases were selected according to the diagnostic research criteria given by the DSM fV -TR and Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 73
  • 84. Oral Presentationrandomly dived into two groups.To assess the effect of treatment clinical and bio-chemical find-ings in before treatment and after treatment with subsequent fbur follow ups were recorded andboth HamiltonAnxiery Rating Scale (HAM -A) and Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HAM- D) were used for overall assessment. Between two groups one group was treated with SaraswatChurna 1.5 g with one teaspoon ghee and half teaspoon honey twice daily after meals and othergroup by conventional medicine Sertraline 50 mg one tablet daily with plain water, so that effectof uial drug could be compared with standard established drug SertralinResulc In present study Saraswat Churna has been found effective in MADD patients as anx-iolytic and antidepressive agent evidence by reducing clinical symptoms of MADD and alsoimproving metal status of the patients in terms of objective parameters used.Conclusion:Thus the uail drug, Saraswat Churna, is recommended to be used in clinical prac-tice and for further studies.r060tA clinical study to evaluate the effect of mahoshadh sarpi aniana inthe management of shushkakshipaka w.s.r.to dry eye syndromeAditi KaushalPurpose: The analogous term of Shushkakshipaka in modern literature, Dry Eye Syndrome(DES) has caught the fancy of ophthalmologists in todays world as it alone accounts for /qthophthalmology clinic visits. This highly prevalent condition substantially affects the quality oflife and is an economic burden too, if left untreated it can result in visual morbidity. Despitethe magnitude of problem no definitive cure is available in modern system of medicine and pal-liative measures are inadequate while ayurveda gives an elaborated account of management ofShushkakshipaka.In lieu of above facts this study with an objective to study the conceptual resemblance be-tweenShushkakshipaka and DES, and evaluate the comparative effect of Mahoshadh Sarpi Anjana onDES with that of artificial tear drops was done.Method: An open random comparative study was designed. 30 patients of Shushkakshipaka/DES were randomly divided into two groups:- Group A (Standard Group) was given CarboxyMethyl Cellulose (CMC) eye drops while Group B (Trial Group) was given Mahoshadh SarpiAnjana in ointment form. Duration of trial was 15 days. An assessment criteria was used to re-cord the observations on each visit which were statistically analyzed.Result: Trial group patients showed encouraging results in terms of percentage relief. In groupA marked and modefate improvement was seen respectivelyin 8% and 6l% patients while ingroup B 3l% and 69%o patients showed marked and moderate improvement respectively withintergroup comparison showing statistically significant improvement in group B.Conclusion: DES is a similar disease entity to the Shushkakshipaka and Mahoshadh Sarpianjana is cheap and more effective for the management DES/Shushkakshipaka in comparisonto CMC drops. Thus ayurveda holds an upper hand in management of this so called modernworld disease. 74 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 85. Oral PresentationI O6O,lEvaluation of the clinical effect of vks lepa in the management ofmuka shvitra. (leucoderma of the lip)RMSK RathnayakePurpose: L,eucoderma is a common concern of great psychological scarring. Shvitra whichstart from the lip is described as an incurable condition in ayurveda authentic texts. The aim ofthis study was to evaluate and estimate the degree of re-pigmentation effect and its complica-tions.Method: VKS lepa is an ointment of polyherbal formulation, consisting of Glycyrrhiza glabra, Nigella sativa, Zingiber officinale, Piper longum, Cinnamomum camphora Alternantherasessilis, Sesamum indicum and Beeswax. It was manufactured by traditional me-thod, in thepharmacy of the Bandaranayake Memorial Ayrveda Research Institute (BMA-RI), Sri LankaPatients were seiected according to the inclusion criteria from the Out Pa-tient Department ofBMARI. An ointment was given to apply to the twenty five of patients, two months continuous-ly. The effect of treatment in improving the degree of re-pigmentation of the lips was comparedwith the condition of before and after treat-ment. The degree of the repigmentation surface areawas rated five point scale.Result: The results showed that the selected ointment was successfully activate for re-pigmen-tation process. 60% patients showed marked improvement of repigmentation. 360/o and 4Yoshowed mild improvernent and unchanged respectively. Patients satisfaction rate were assessedaccording to the Likert scale.The analysis showed thatS2Yo of patients were highly satisfied withtreatment which was given to them. Also there were not detected any side effect either duringor after treatment.Conclusion: Present study was reveals that external application of the VKS lepa is an effectivetreatment for muka shvitra.t o{io.gTherapeutic claims by tribals and folk doctor of southern aravalli hillsof RajasthanKanhaiyalal SharmaPurpose: An ethnobotanical survey of Southern Rajasthan was carried out for ethnoherbalmedicines Traditional medicines, especially the folk herbal medicines have recently been receiv-ing heightened interest the world over.Method: The local informants were the medicine-men, men and women working in the fieldvillage headman, priests and other community leaders. Fields sites were visited with the localmedicine men. The persons mostly above the age of 60 have accurate information regardingtheir old traditions. Generally two types of interviews were taken, firstly of individuals and sec-ondly of groups of individuals, persons were selected at random on the way or entering a hut,finding out knowledge able individuals from the village or also the bhopa ffillage priest) or theheadman, our purpose explained and interviews taken.Result: Some important ethno herbal plants which occur in this region are Helicteres isora, Bu-tea monosperma, Syzygium cumini, Clerodendrm phlomoidis, IJrginea indica, Gloriosa super-ba, Datura innoxia, Typha angustata, and Echinops echinatus which have remarkable superior Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 7 5
  • 86. Oral Presentationethno medicinal properties. Prototype example Etlr.noveterinary herbal medtclnes of SouthernRajasthan. S.No. Botanical name and Family Local name1. Amplosus latifolia (Vitaceae) I(hatalimba Bheel Root Decoction-Local as well as in-ternal administration. Useful in Prolaps of uterus.Conclusion: In analyzing the indigenous veterinary remedies on rhe 45 herbal plants de-scribedin the table, it is observed that 6 species are used to treat gastrointestinal diseases and anoth-er plants are used to treat various diseases i.e. skin diseases, tumors, wounds, sores, swelling,snakebite, bone fracture etc.These highly interesting findings require further research, while theefficacy of the various indigenous veterinary practices will need to be subject pharmacologicalvalidation.l06t:tAcute oraltoxicity of maduyastaydi choorna in mice modelHema wakkumbura, Jayantha Rajapaksel, Janitha Liyana ge, Buddhika weera-sooriyal, Dinusha Wickramaarachchi21 Facuhy ofVeterinary Medicine and Animal Science, (Jniaersity of Peradeniya,2 Facuhg of Science, (Jnioersityof PeradeniyaPurpose: Maduyastyadi Choorna is widely used in traditional medicine to rreat various typesof ailments. In the present study, we investigated for the first time, short term and long termtoxicity of the water dissolved Maduyastyadi ChoornaMethod: The water dissolving Maduyastyadi Choorna was prepared according to the Sri Lank-an Ayurveda Pharmacopeia Choorna Kanda. The evaluation of toxic properties of Maduyas-tyadi Choorna is crucial when considering public health protection because exposure to plantcan result in undesirable effects on consumers. Hence, in this study, short term oral toxicity ofdissolved Maduyastyadi Choorna was investigated in mice. For acute roxicity study, single oraldose of 650, 1300 and 26O0 mg/ke body weight was administered ro mouse (five female micein each cage). Acute toxicity was studied by daily oral doses for 14 days. In addition rhe mousewere analyzed for final body and organ weights, necropsy and hematological, blood chemicaland histopathological parameters.Result: The results showed no toxiciry in terms of general behavior change, mortality or changein gross appearance of internal organs between the control and treatment groups.Hematologicalanalysis and clinical blood chemistry revealed slight changes, but were within the normal limits.No gross or histopathology findings were observed in the treatment groupsConclusion: The water dissolved Maduyastyadi Choorna did not produce acute toxicity in itstraditional uses.76 anSfnaCfS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 87. Oral Presentationl06l!) ghrita andA comparative study to evaluate the effect of shatavarishatavari choorna on ksheena shukra w.s.r.to oligospermiaRavi Mathapati, Ajantha, Shobha Hiremath :IGAMC,Mysorepurpose: Medicated gritha is considered in the treatment of shukradosha But as most ideal gritha for-its preparation involves tedious procedure and is costly. So if the same drug in themrriatio.r is given in choorna form then does it have similar or better action is an interestingpoint for research, since preparation of churna is easy and economical. Further shaEvari is saidto be shukrala and shatavari gritha is wishya uttamam, so they were selected. The objective ofthe study was to evaluare the effect of shatavari choorna and shatarvari gritha individually onksheena shukra i.e oligospermia and also to compare their effectsMethod: Single blind comparative study of pre and post test design. Study was conducted on groups as30 patients of ksheena shukra fulfilling inclusion criteria, who were assigned into twoGroup A and Group B. All 30 patients initially were sub-jected to deepana and pachana with yogapanchakola churna till nirama lakshana and later followed by anulomana with haritakyadii5 patients of group A received shatavari gritha 12 gms bd with ushnodaka for 30 days. 15 pa-tients in group B received shatavari choorna, 6gms bd with ushnodaka for 30 daysResult: Semen analysis was the main tool in diagnosis and assessment of improvement in kshee-na shukra. Statistically significant results were seen from pre test to post test situa-tion in allseminal parameters, but no differential change was observed. On analysis it was found thdtbetter result in terms of sperm count was seen in the group treated with shatavari choornaVith respect to sperm motiliry sperm morphology and volume changes shatavari gritha is morebeneficial.Conclusion: It was found that shatavari choorna is more beneficial in improving sperm countand shatavari gritha in improving sperm motility, sperm morphology and semen volumeKey words: Ksheena shukra; Oligospermia; Shatavari choorna; Shatavari gritha I O62.e) Role of sadyovaman in tamak shwavegavastha Parag Khatavkar purpose:Thmak Shwas-Vegavastha -is a serious emergency condition; having obstruc-tion in main air-passage (bronchealtree) of thick and sticky mucous plaque with contraction of bron- chi. Patient becomes restless and air-hungered. Hence, to patent the air-passage is the early necessity. Vaman is most useful to eradicate Kaph. Swedan- (Poorvakarma) dilates air-passage, which helps to minimize the obstruction and thusVegavastha get relieved. But the problem is, procedure ofVaman is quite lengthy. To overcome this, Sadyo-Vaman is the solution. Instead of complete Shodhan, only quick eradication of localized Kaph is expected Method: The cllnical study was conducted on small group of 40 patients- all known asth-matics and inVegavastha; divided in 2 groups according to type as- Gr.A- IfuphajTamak-Shwas and Gr.B- KaphapradhanVatanubandhiTamak-Shwas. All the patients stud-ied according to differ- ent aspects like- age, sex, Prakriti, Hetu, S/s etc. Sadyo-Vaman given by following procedure- Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 77
  • 88. Oral Presentation A) PoorvaKarma Gr.-A Gr.- B l. Bahya Snehan (Sarshap Thil+Saindhav) f1n f /^ 2. Tap Swed f% fV^ 3. Abhyantar Sadyo-Snehan with Abhisyandi Aahar (A bowl of creamy curd +jiggery+ Saind_ hav fy" B) Pradhan Karma: same for both groups Vamak Phant- glass, followed by 3 glasses of Saindhav_jal. c) Paschyat I(arma: N.B.M. for 6 hours. Then peya for2 Annakal. To evaluate efficacy;visual Analog Scalemethod was adopted. 4 important s/s-dyspnoea, resr- lessness R/R and Ronchi/ Rhals, were coded according to severity before and after thevaman. Upasham in each patient, was evaluated.Vaman-veg and time for breakdown ofVegavastha was recorded. Result: Conclusions: Avarage breakdown time ofVegavstha was 36.33 min. No. Mean values A B l. veg 2. Efficacy 76.76% 70.98% 3. VegMukti Kal 32 min. 45 min. Gonclusion: It can be concluded that Sadyo-vaman is quite safe, quick and much effective in vegavastha of Kaphaj and Kaphapradhanvatanubandhirhmak-shwas. I06i*i The first direct experimentalevidence correlating ayurveda based tri- dosha prakriti, with western constitutional psychology somaril;;;Kashinath Metri, Hemant Bhargav, Ramakrishna Basavakatti,carlosv. Rizzo-sier-ra, Nagendra Hongasandra RI sushrutha 4jturvedic Medical college, Papaiah Garden, Diagonal Road, Bana-shankari 3rd stage Purpose: Ayurveda is one of the most ancient systems of medical health care. The basic prin- ciples diagnosis of the diseases and their ffearmenr are based on individual prakriti (constitu- tional rype) Ayurveda further classifies the prakriti of an individual on rhe basis of a set of psychosomatic attributes of personality, depending on whether this individual belongs Pitta or Kapha prakriti, or any combination of to vata, them (Patwardhan er al., 2005).The appropriateprakriti assessment is done by several means including questionnaires (Rastog j,2ol2;Shilpaandvenkatesha-Murthy, 2oll).we aimed to obtainila based tridosha-prakriti with western constirurionaipsychologyevidence .or..i"tirrgAyurve- "*p..i*.raal somarorypes (Rizzo-Sierra,20tt).Method:we employed ourtidosha-prakriti questionnaire (Ramakrishna and Nagendra, 2ol2),and compared its results with a set of body compositi";;;;;;;rers: Height, body weight, body78 ABSTRACTS . SthWorld Ayurveda CongressandArogyaExpo20t2
  • 89. Oral Presentationrss index (BMI), muscle mass, fat mass, and fat percentage in normal healthy volunteers@5 males and25 females, mean age was 26 (+ 4) and 25 (! 6) years respectively). Moreover,mu.tailed Pearsons correlations were investigated to match the extreme prakriti types with66e western constitutional psychology somatotypes, through the mentioned body compositionmeasures.Resulg Significant negadve correlations were observed between the percentage ofVata attributesG per the questionnaire in the individuals and their BMI, body weight and fat mass respectively percentage of Pitta6rcO.OS1. Similarly, rhere was a significant positive correlation between themibutes with the height, body weight, and muscle mass respectively. Also, a significant posi-tive correlation was observed between the percentage of Kapha attributes with fat mass and fatpercentage, along with a negative correlation with heightrConclusion: We provide evidence linking Ayurveda to modern constitutional psychology. Inthis way, a concept such as prakriti is suggested to lie behind the body mass composition of anindividual, and deserves attention within the scientific community.lO65,lEfficacy of LAS Ol (a herbo- mineral drug) in the patients of breastand uterine carcinoma: a pilot studySujeet Jaiswal, RC Saxena, Rajesh Tripathi, Ashok Srivastava,V P TrivediPurpose: Cancer is a deadly global adversary. Every year more than 10 million people dre di-agnosed with cancer and more than 7 million die from the disease, accounting for 13% of alldeaths worldwide. The most common cancer in the females is the breast cancer as well as thecervical-uterine carcinoma where the prognosis is directly related to the stage of malignancy.Despite surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy in later stages, the prognosis is mostly fatal. Inaddition, the Chemotherapy is associated with large number of adverse reactions which affectthe psychology as well as quality of life (QOL) of the patients. Therefore in the light of abovefacts, present study with a new herbo mineral compound I-AS01 was undertaken which compo-sition of a large number of known herbal, metallic and mineral substances.Method: It was prepared with strict classical compliance of ancient Ayurvedic literature byLavanya Ayurvedic Research Center for Cancer and AIDS. It has been given in such femalecancer patients after obtaining a clearance from the Institutional Ethical Committee (IEC) andInformed Consent from the patients. Majority of these patients were the terminal cases whocome after being rejected by other Cancer hospitals. All the objective parameter including he-matological, biochemical, radio-logical and CA- marker were taken into account for assessmentof efficacy of I-ASO1. Sixty cases of breast (35 cases) and cervical- uterine (25 cases) carcinomawere randomly selected from the OPD of the Lavanya Ayurvedic Hospital during Jan, 2011 toApril, 2Ol2 onbasis of the objective parameters and inciusion/exclusion criteria.Result: It was observed that the sizes of the tumor as well as tumor markers were reduced andQOL was improved markedly.Conclusion: Toxic effects were not found in any subject in regards to LFT, KFT and in afterparameters while the Cancero-static effect was markedly observed Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 79
  • 90. Oral Presentation I OGITG Management of acute fissure-in-ano by ayurvedic therapy i.e.local application of yashtimadhu malahar Pradnya Sabade Purpose: Ano-rectal diseases are one of common ailments affecting human beings now-a-days. Taking this fact into consideration, a clinical study of management of Fissure-in-ano by Ay- urveda has been attempted. Method: l. Subjects were randomised into two groups containing 30 patients each. i) Gr. A - with local application of Yashtimadhu Malahar, ii) Gr. B - with local application of Xylo- caine jelly 2 Inclusion criteria - patients of both sexes, patients with acute condition of fis- sure-in-ano 3. Exclusion criteria - patients with chronic fissure-in-ano, patients with chrohns disease,malignancy and tuberculous ulcers, 4.Yashtimadhu malahar is prepared by using base of shatadhaut ghrita and packed in the tubes, 5. Along with the local application, laxative is given in both groups internally. Result: Application ofYashtimadhu ghrit proved beneficial in following conditions, where ap- plication of xylocaine jelly failed to be effective. i) burning sensation while defaecation, ii) bleed- ing per rectum, iii) soothing effect, iv) anal pain, v) healing of anal fissure. Conclusions: The following conclusions were drawn from the study - i) Ayurvedic treatmenr is lesstime consuming and giving better results, ii) Ayurvedic therapy by local application of yash- timadhu malahar also helped in healing of fissure locally, iii) Easier, cheap, ambulatory day-s.r. proce-dure, iv) Beneficial for patients with fear of surgical procedure and long term hospitaliza- tion.The statistical analysis was highly significant establishing the efficacy of Ayrrrvedic rreat- ment. l066ITraditional Ayurvedic knowledge and practices in the Tungareshwarforest regionPrachi KhairePurpose: The main purpose of this study was to document the ethnomedicinal plant speciesused to manage human ailments and the associated indigenous knowledge in and around Tun-gareshwar Forest and wild life sanctuary,Vasai.Method: An ethnomedicinal study was conducted to collect the indigenous knowledge regard-ing uses of medicinal plant species from traditional healers in Tungareshwara Forest and wildlife sanctuary ofVasai, Thane district. Data were collected from 2 randomly seiected traditionalhealers using semi-structured interviews and observations.The healers were selected by consid-ering their age and vast experience.Result: 72 ethnomedicinal plant species from various families, which were used by traditionalhealers to manage different human diseases were identified and documented. Hish degree ofcoilrsensus was observed among traditional healers in treating snake bite (sarpadansha), wounds(vrana), and low milk secretion in lactating mothersConclusion:We concluded that ethnomedicinal plant species used by healers are under seriousthreat due to several factors, which indicates the need for urgent attention towards their conser-vation and sustainable utilization.80 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 91. Oral Presentation ent of diabetic retinopathy with doorvadya ghrita tarpanartd internal administration of mahavasadi kwatha: a comparativertudy :tiyanka Ranihrlrose: A comparative clinical study was conducted on the management of Diabetic Reti-nopathy (DR) with Doorvadya Ghrita Thrpana and Mahavasadi kwatha internally. The maineim and objec-tive of the study was to evaluate the efficacy of Doorvadya ghrita Tarpana andMahavasadi kwatha internallg when used individually and as an adjuvant.Method: The patients were randomly divided in 3 groups with l5 patients in each group.- Groupll; Thrpana with Doorvadya Ghrita for 3 sittings, 5 days in each sitting, with a gap of 11 daysafter each sitting, total 48 days duration. Group B: Mahavasakadi I(watha Pana with 50 ml doseeyery day in the morning, empty stomach, for 48 days. Group C: Both Doorvadya GhritaThr-pana and Mahavasakadi kwatha pana, for 48 days.Result: All the three groups have shown statistically significant results. Group B and C haveshown better response as compared to Group A. Moreover Group B has shown slightly betterresponse as compared to Group C.Conclusion: The study showed that microaneurysms, intra retinal haemorrhages, exudates arebest managed by treatment with Group-B, where as blurred vision responded better to com-bine treat-ment of Group-C. Other parameters like neovascularization did not produce anysignificant result in any of the groups. Hence Ayurvedic management definitely prevents furtherprogression of the Diabetic Retinopathy and its complications.lo6tr:tComparative study of different dosage forms of jambwadi yoga andshilab-hra ras w.s.F. to its hypoglycemic effectHemant Sonawane, Divya SinghPurpose: Madhumehari Churna is used therapeutically for its hypoglycemic effect in manage-ment of type 2 diabates. However, it has to be administered in higher doses. Therefore, shilajatuand abhrak bhasma were added in the ghansatva of the churna and different dosage forms andgroups are prepared.This study was an effort to minimize the dose of madhumehari churna andthereby in-creasing the efficacy, shelf life and acceptabiliry to the patient.Method: Fifty clinically diagnostic patient of NIDDM were randomly dMded into five groups.Each group has I 0 patients . 1) Group A (Sample A) - Ghansattva of Madhumehari (|ambvadi)churna + Shilajatu, 2) Group B (Sample B) - Abhraka Bhasma type - l, 3) Group C (SampleC) - Abhraka Bhasma type - 2,4) Group D (Sample D) - Shilajatu + Abhraka Bhasmarype -1, 5) Group E (Sample E) - Shilajatu + Abhraka Bhasma type - 2 After the selectionof the patients in trial group drug used in the form of capsules. Each capsule contains 250 mgsdrug material. This is a single blind trial and duration of the trial was for 45 days.Result: The analyses of the data were made using paired t-test. On comparing mean fasting andpost prandial blood sugar before and after treatment all samples are significant at lo/o level. Butin Mean fasting and post prandial urine sugar only group E was significant at I % level whereasgroup A and C were significant at 5%o level. Group B and D showed insignificant results. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 81
  • 92. Oral PresentationConclusion:The clinical trials have showed better results in the group A,C and E. By this resultwe conclude that M.M.C. ghansattva is very effective than its decoction and required therapeu-tic dose in less amount due to the presence of all active ingredients in concentrated form andattaining the homogenous blending with Abharaka bhasma and Shilajatu have also increased itseffectiveness.t oG85Antifungal activity study of the extra€ts of Homonoio ripario,Pedilon-thus tithymaloides and Phyllanth us frotern usK K Pandey, Satish Kumar RaiPurpose: Homonoia riparia Lour, Pedilanthus itl4tmaloides (Linn.) Poit and Plrjtllanthus frater-nzs (Medic.) Almeida (comb. nov.) belonging to family Euphorbiaceae were reported to be usedin India to cure skin diseases. It was observed that the skin diseases caused by the fungi par-ticularly by the Trichophyton species are very common in Mumbai. I{ence, present study wasundertaken to evaluate the antifungal activity of the extracts of the plants mentioned above.Method: Plants were collected from the wild and identified and authenticated by referring tofloras and comparing with the herbarium specimens. Skin scrapings of the patients visiting G.T.Hospital, Mumbai and Miskeeks pathology laboratory,Thane, for the treatment were collectedand cultured on a dermatophyte culture medium (SDA supplemented with chloramphenicoland cycloheximide) and after several subcultures Trichophyton mentagrophytes and I rubrumwere isolated and identified by studying the colony characteristics and microscopic structure assuggested by Larone (1976).20 Yo extracts of fresh and dry roots, leaves and flowers/fruits wereprepared in distilled water and 20 o/o ethanol separately using the grinder. The extracts werefiltered through $fihatman No. 1 filter paper and the filtrates were used to test the antifungalactivity,The method used by Abubacker et al.(2008) was followed to test the antifungal activity.The extracts inhibiting the growth of the fungus were analysed for different phytoconstituentsfollowing the tests prescribed in pharmacognosy book (Kokate, 2007).Result: It was observed that the extracts of Pedilqnthus tithymaktides and Plryllanthus fraternusdid not inhibit or delay the growth of the fungus whereas, the aqueous extracts of dry leaves andflowers (male) af Homonoia riparia inhibited the growth of T, mentagrophytes.The phytochemicalanalysis of aqueous extracts of the dry leaves and flowers indicated presence of Tannins, flavo-noids, saponins, glycosides and alkaloids.Conclusionz Homo.noia riparia (leaves and flowers) may have the potential to inhibit the growthof Tl mentagroplrytes.I 06ll..)A comparative study of sthavar visha bhallataka in relation to itsshodhana sanskaraSuryakant Patil, Uday PawadePurpose: To evaluate the changes occurring in Bhallataka fruit after its shodhana by variousmethods as described in texts with thd help of modern parameters such as ash value, extractivevalue, phenol assay,TLC etc.82 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo2012
  • 93. Oral PresentationMethod: Well ripened fruits of Bhallataka were selected, their Shodhana sanskara was done byfive different methods as by rubbing with brick powder (sample 2), in dolayantra with shodhandravyas as Coconut water (sample 3), Gomutra (sample 4), Mixture of buffalo dung and water{sample 5) and in distilled water (sample 6) as a control group. Analysis of asuddha (sample l)and five shodhit samples of Bhallataka was done for physical and chemical parameters.Result: Percentage loss of weight was highest in sample 2 (I5.25%) whereas l.0l% weight wasgained in sample 4. Aqueous extractive value of sample 4 was highest (L6.73%) as comparedro sample 1. PH of aqueous extract of sample 4 was slight alkaline (7.2827). Alcohol extrac-tive value was higher in sample 6 (36.96%), sample 5 (36.83%) and sample 3 (36.46%). Totalash value was highest in sample 2 (17 .9249%).Iil7ater soluble ash value was highest in sample 3(L0.3519%) whereas acid insoluble ash was highest in sample 2 (14.3399%) Phenil content wasXowest in sample 4 (257.5 mg/l00 g).InTLC, yellow spot (Rf0.62) was missing in sample 2 andpresent in all others. One purple spot (Rf0.86) present in sample 4 was absent in all others.Conclusion: Study shows remarkable difference in various parametric values of Ashuddha andfrve Shodhit samples of Bhallataka fruit, which can be considered as differentiating tests forAshuddha and Shuddha samples and can be applied for quality control Shodhit Bhallataka.t06!l:lPreparation and analytical study of laghumalinivasanta rasa pre-pared by two different methods along with its comparative clinicalstudy on shweta-pradarVaishali Wasade, Manjushri WankhedePurpbse: To study the significant change in clinical results with change in ingredients of thedrug lagumalinivasanta rasa on Shwetapradara (Leucorroea)Method: Preparation of lagumalinivasanta rasa was done by two different methods, one ofwhich is prepared without Hingula as perYogaratnakara (sample A) other with Hrngula as perRasatantrasara (sample B) followed by their analysis in laboratory. Clinical study was done on60 female patients of age group 20 to 45 years from OPD, Streeroga dept, GAC, Nagpur underfiilo groups of which, 30 patients of Group A were given sample A and 30 patients of group Bwere given sample B in the dose of 250 mg BD before meals with anupan of honey for the dura-tion of 45 days. Patients were examined weekly on the basis of score grades of quantity of whitedischarge, nature of discharge, smell, local itching, low backache, weakness and fever. Finalresults were analysed for their significance.Result: Quantity of white discharge uas decreased up to73To and 159lo, nature of dischargeimproved by 85.24% and 90.32/o, smell decreased by 65% and 85.36To, local itching de-creased by76.59% and 73.91o/o, low backache improved by 59.80To and 3.33yo weaknessimproved by 80% and 73.80o/o, fever treated by 72.22% and 84.21o/o in group A and groupB respectiveiy.Conclusion: After analysing results by unpaired t test, response to white discharge was moresignificant in group A (SEd 0.0993) than group B (SEd 0.1303)(P<0.001). Results in othersymproms did not differ significantly. Hence both samples are equally effective. Results of pairedr test reveals that nature of white discharge, local itching and weakness are treated significantlyby sample A and smell,low backache and fever by sample B. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 83
  • 94. Oral Presentationt07 t2A clinical study on the management of primary hypothyroidism - AnAyurvedic approachKrishnakumar Naick N, Krishna Kumar K MPurpose: Primary Hypothyroidism is an endocrinal disorder due to h-vpofunctioning of thyroidgland. It is estimated to have affected almost 200 million of world population suffering fromThyroid Disorders. Modern medicine recommends lifelong use of Hormone therapy.In light ofAyurveda if we analyze Dosha Dhatu Dushti in Primary Hypothyroidism we can find Dushti ofKapha, Rasa and Medo Dhatus and Mandata of Jatharagni and Dhatwagnis.The line of treat-ment to be adopted isVamana and Kaphahara Chikitsa.Method: Total of 40 patients were taken for the study under two groups consisting of 20 pa-rients each. Group A received Amapachana with Thrikatu Churna, Snehapana with VachadyaGhritha,Vamana with MadanaphaladiYoga in Kanchanara kashaya andVidangadi Loha as Sha-manaushadhi. Group B received Thb. Levothyroxine.Result: The therapies provided highly significant results in most of the parameters. The re-sults were encc,uraging with relief ranging from 52.38o/o to 79.630/o in Group-A and 42.lYo to78.33% in Group-B.The comparative efficacy of the therapy on Dosha Dushti showed statisti-cally not significant result in the control group. The therapies in both groups showed improve-ment in Hbyo,T3,T4 and a decrease in body weight,TSH level, RBS and Serum Cholesterol-In Group-A the patients who have not takenThb. Levothyroxin showed good response than thepatients who had the history of Hormone therapy.Conclusion: The analysis for the signs and symptoms of Primary Hypothyroidism reveals thein-volvement of Kapha Dosha and Dushti of its Asrayi Dhatus i.e. Rasa and Medas and its treat-ment should be aimed at reducing Kapha Dosha and correcting Rasa and Medo Dhatwagni.Kaphahara Chikitsa adopted in Primary Hypothyroidism will have effect on Rasa and MedaDhatwagni and also corrects Dushti ofJatharagni and related Dhatwagnis and thereby providingbetter result in this disease. loTM Clinical evaluation of the efficacy of kshara karma with Apamarga kshara and Jatyadi taila pichu in the management of cervical erosion (karnini yonivyapad) Pragya Gupta Purpose: Cervical erosion is one of the commonest gynaecological disease which includes large sec-tion of women in reproductive age group and needs medical attention and non sur- gical treatment. In modern system it is managed with diathermy and cryosurgery which has various side effect like cervical stenosis, accidental butns, etc. Karnini yonivyapad described in Ayurvedic text books can be correlated with cervical erosion. In Ayurveda.treatment of karnini yoniryapada by kaphahara chikitsa is recommended with Apamarga kshara which has properry of lekhana, sodhana, ropana, stambhana and kaphghna and Jatyadi taila which has property of vatashamak, shleshmhara, mamsapakarshana, shodhana and ropana. AII these properties facili- tate destruction of columnar epithelium and facilitate the reepithelisation of new healthy strati- fied squamous epithelium on ectocervix. 84 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 95. Oral PresentationMethod: Drugs: Apamarga kshara and Jatyadi taila pichu, Group I - this group 15 registeredpatients were administered with application of Apamarga kshara on cervix and Jaryadi ThilaPichu in the vagina for 7 sitting alternate day in a month, Group II - In this group 15 registeredpatients of Cervical erosion were administered with Jatyadi Thila Pichu in the vagina daily for14 days in a month,Treatment was done after bleeding phase of menstrual cycles. Duration oftial-2months :Result: Overall percentage relief was higher.in group I72.L7% followed by group Iti.e.68.44%o.Statistically the results were highly significant (p<0.001) in both groups.Conclusion: Combined use of kshara karma and jatyadi taila pichu (Group I) helps in moreeffective management the disease cervical erosion.r07:t6Clinical evaluation of Ashvagandhadyarishta, Jatamamsi arka andsarpa-gandha vati in the management of essential hypertension (Uc-cha Rakta-chapa)Shalini Maurya, Pratibha TiwariPurpose: To the clinical efficacy of Ashvagandhadyarishta, Jatamamsi Arka and Sarpa- assessgandhaVati in the management of Stage-I Hypertension (fNC-VII report).To assess the clinicalsafety of Ashvagandhadyarishta, Jatamamsi Arka and SarpagandhaVati in the patients of Stage-IHypertension (fNC-V[ report).Method: Study Type : Interventional, Purpose : Treatment, Masking : Open label, Control :Not con-trolled, Timing : Prospective, End Point : Efficacy and Safety, No. of Groups : One,Inclusion Criteria: 1. Patients of either sex aged 18 years and above,2. Diagnosed patients ofessential hypertension with: S.B.P. < 159 mm. Hg. and 140 mm Hg, D.B.P. 99 mm. Hg. and >90 mm. Hg (Hypertension Stage l, as per JNC VII report, 2OO4). Exclusion Criteria: I . Patientswho have a past history of Atrial Fibrillation, Acute Coronary Syn-drome, Myocardial Infarc-tion, Stroke or Severe Arrhythmia in the last 6 months, 2. SSrmptomatic patients with clinicalevidence of Heart failure,3. Secondary hypertension.Result: 1. The trial drugs have shown highly significant in lowering the Blood Pressure andim-provements have been seen in many symptoms and biophysical parameters. These improve-ments in symptoms is brought about by SampraptiVighatana of the disease. It proves that thetrial drugs possess hypotensive, antistress, immunomodulatory, cardioprotective, cardiotropic,tranquillising and diuretic properties. 2. Therapy was well tolerated by all the patients and notoxic or unwanted effects were noticed in any patient.,Conclusion: It was revealed that Ashvagandhadyarishta, Jatamamsi Arka and SarpagandhaVatihave synergistic effect and can be used as safe and effective therapeutic Agent in the manage-ment of Essential Hypertension (Uccha Raktachapa). Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 85
  • 96. Oral PresentationI O7,lOA clinical study on the effect of Vaitaran basti and Lahasun kshirpakain the managernent of Amavata vis-a-vis rheumatoid arthritisHarshad Gulhane, Ameya KelkarIurpose: Amavata is the commonest chronic immuno-inflammatory joint disease, which canbe compared with rheumatoid arthritis, an autoimmune disease having symptoms of swelling,pain, morning stiffness, and local temperature etc. affecting large joints of extremities. It is a dis-ease of middle age group.The prevalence in Indian population is around 0.65-0.75%. Incidenceis three times more in women, caused by faulty life style, smoking, irregular diet and food habits.It is often seen that patients of Amavata come to Ayurvedic physicians, in chronic condition ofdisease. Many of them are dependent on anti-inflammatory drugs or steroids. Sometimes pro-longed use of these medicines mayhelp to certain extentto relieve pain,butpatienthas to facemultiple side effects. In Avqrveda, Vaitaran Basti, as advised by Chakrapani in Chakradatta, isvery useful in such conditions and when it is accompanied with Lahasun Kshirpaka it gives evenbetter results.Method: Criteria of Diagnosis: American College of Rheumatology criteria of RheumatoidArthritis and signs and symptoms of Amavata mentioned in the classics, Preparation of drug:Vaitarana Basti and Lashuna Kshirapaka were prepared as per the classical method mentionedin the texts, Duration of Basti: As per references specific duration ofVaitarana Basti has not beenmentioned. The duration was fixed as eleven days administered after brealdast around l0 amwhile 40 ml Lashuna Kshirapaka was given twice a day.Result: Swelling was relieved by 18.75% only while 41.3% relief was observed in Pain. Averagepercentage relief was 39.39%. Paired t test was also applied to Hb go/o and ES& which showedsignificant results at P= <0.001. Degree of disease activiry also showed significant relief on ap-plying paired t-test.Conclusion: Vaitarana Basti along with Lashuna Kshirapaka had beneficial effect in only 11days. Patients were relieved up to certain extent from their sufferings.lO7,l!|Retrospective study of lifestyle in Amlapitta (Hyperacidity)Sushama WarhadePurpose: Amlapitta is widely occuring disease. It is burning problem of the society. Due to ir-regular and improper food habits and busy stressful lifestyle, people are prone to this disease.Amlapitta is closely related with Ahar, Vihar and Achar. Nidan parivafjan (avoiding causativefactors) constitutes one of the primary line of treatment along with pathyasevana (beneficialfood consumption and good lifestyle). In Amlapitta, Nidan parivarjan and pathya sevana is veryimportant. For this, we have to know the root cause of Amlapitta in todays lifestyle. This stud-"-was done with the aim of identi$ing the etiological factors triggering hyperacidity and ro ex-plore the effect of dietary regi-men in controlling the disease.Method: The study was carried out on 100 patients suffering from Amlapitta, ageing between2A to 45 years, who were selected from OPD and IPD of Kayachikitsa, Government AlrrrvedHospital, Nagpur. History of retrospective habits of patients was taken regarding their Ahar,Vihar, working style and addictions, using case report forms. Data was obtained and conclusion86 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 97. Oral Presentation .was drawn accordingly. Three categories of the etiology were framed, namely Category A, B, C.Category A consisted of dietary causes. Category B consisted of stress and sedentary work stylewhileVihar causes were included in Category C.Result: The patients falling under Category A, B, C were 5oo/o,20oh and l6Yo respectively 107opa-tients had the history pattern of both Category A and B while those in Category A+C andB+C were 6Yo each. As much as L2%o of total patients came under all the three categories. :Conclusion: The results lead to the conclusion that in todays lifestyle, dietary causes contrib-ute the most in manifestation of Amlapitta i.e. Hyperacidity. The other causes are also strongfactors but ultimately, they also lead to the disruption in dietary habits.I 076.9Protective effect of kalyanaka ghrutha in cancer chemotherapyArun Prasad PVPurpose: To determine the chemoprotective effect of Kalyanaka ghrutha against Cyclophos-pha-mide (Cl-X) induced haematological and organ damage, toxicity in bone marrow cellular-ity, body weight and organ weight.Method: Experimental study design has been adopted in this study. An in vivo study for evalu-ating the chemoprotective effect of Kalyanaka ghritha in Cyclophosphamide induced toxicityand physico chemical analysis of the drug were conducted. Animals are dMded in to 4 groupsof 10 animals in each in group. Animals in group 3, and 4 were treated with drug for continuous15 days and Cyclo-phosphamide administered to group 2,3 and 4 for 10 days from 6th day ofKalyanaka ghritha. On every 3rd day blood collected from 5 animals of each group. Haemato-logical parameters were as-sessed. On 16th day all animals were sacrificed, blood and organswere taken. Animals are divided in to 4 groups of 24 animals in each group. Animals in group3, and 4 were rreated with Kalyanaka ghritha for continuous 15 days and Cyclophosphamideadministered to group 2,3 and 4 for 10 days from 6th day of Kalyanaka ghritha. On 48thhr,5th day, 7th, 9th, 12th, and 15th day body weight of all animals were taken and 4 animals fromeach group were sacrificed and bone marrow cellularity was analysedResult: Kalyanaka ghrutha was found to be very significant in protection of organs from thetoxicity caused by Cyclophosphamide. Both group treated with kalyanaka ghritha significantlyreduces the hepatotoxicity and nephrotoxicity.Conclusion: In this study, I(alyanaka ghritha showed significant effect against Cyclophospha-mide induced toxicity .This might be happdned due to the scavenging activiry of the drug andthe healing and regeneration of the tissues. Kalyanaka ghritha exhibit maximum protection fiomchemotoxicity produced by Cyclophosphamide. t0777Sustainable use of medicinal plants: Ashwagandha: a case studyAshashri Shinde, Paramveer SinghPurpose: There is global resurgence in TSM resulting in increased world herbal uade whichstands at US$ 120 billion and is expected to reach US$ 7 trillion by 2050.The domestic mar-ket is estimated to be around US$ 2 billion. Both the markets are annually growing at l5-20%o.The volume of demand of medicinal plants in India was 2700 tonnes n 2002 and has grown to Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 87
  • 98. Oral Presentation 4400 tonnes in 2004-05 with an annual growth rate 2Lo/o.The increasing demand in global and domestic market causes pressure on its sources, mainly wild Forest being the primary source so far. Dwindling forest cover, unscientific and exploitative collection leads to loss of supply source and thregt to germ plasm.This has rendered many medicinal plants as critically endangered and consequent ban on collection.Method: Germ-plasm conservation and cultivation to be the best way forward for sus- seemstainable utilisation of medicinal plants. Ashwagandha (Withania somnifera) is widely used, pri-oritised A1urvedic herb having anti-stress, antioxidant, general ronic uses. More than 2OO ay-urvedic for-mulations use Ashwagandha as main ingredient. Its annual demand is 7000 tonneswhich is increasing at 1500 tonnes per year.Result: It grows naturally in subtropical region and is collected from wild and fields, Rampantcol-lection has once lead to critical pressure situation on its germ-pla5m. This was noticed anda lot of effort was put in for its sustainable production. The following works have been done - I .Agro-nomic research to develop POP, Variety improvement, naruralisation, 2. Phytochemicaland Clinical research for uniform phytochemical constituents and pharmacological activity. 3.Market Linkage Both backward and forward linkage has been established.Conclusion: As a result of such sustained and concerted multi-disciplinary effort, Ashwagandhais being used is a fairly sustainable manner. It is thus logical to exrend the Ashwagandha modelto other high demand medicinal plants and its feasibility should be further explored. 1 078$Clinical study to evaluate the effect of sheetakalyanaka ghrit uttarbasti in vandhyatwa w.s.r.to female infertilityManju Chouksey, Sushila Sharma, Hetal H Dave, Ketan JangleyPurpose: A woman whose Artava is perished is c?lled Vandhya. Acharya Vagabhatta explainsthat the congenital undevelopment of female genital tract is cause of Vandhyatva. Infertility isthe failure to conceive within one or more years, by a couple of mature age, having regular un-protected coitus, during appropriate period of menstruation cycle. The purpose of this study isto evaluate the effect of Sheetakalyanaka Ghrita in Vandhyawa, evaluate the efficacy of UttarBasti in Vandhyawa and evaluate and compare the effect of both Uttar Basti and Oral therapy.Method: 30 Patients of vandhyatava was selected with inclusion criteria of 20-40 years. Patients<20 years and >40 years were excluded. Congenital Anomalies, surgical cases of Infertility andInfer-tility due to abnormality in male partner were also excluded. A special proforma was pre-pared in*corporating all signs and symptoms based on both Ayurvedic and Modern description.A detailed clinical history was taken and complete physical examination of each patient wasdone.Result: 1. In Inter- Group comparison there is statistically insignificant change in follicularstudy, size of endometrium, Fern Test on 22nd Day, Spinbarteit Tbst 14th day, post coital test,amount of blood loss during menses, pain during menses and leucorrhea between all groups. 2.Group B is better than Group C in conception which is statistically significant.Conclusion: In this study 60% patients were having primary infertility and 4OYo parients were hav-ing secondary infertility. In Group A, out of 10 patients two patients conceived showing 2OYo relief in infertility. In Group B, out of 10 patients five patients conceived showing 50% relief in infertility. In Group C, out of 10 patients no relief was seen in infertility. The overall ef- fectiveness of therapyin all 30 patients of infertility was23.33%o.The patients in Group B had88 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 99. Oral Presentationprovided the better improve-ment than other two. Sheetakalyanaka Ghrita can be recommendedfor the management of unex-plained cases ofVandhyatva (female infertility).lO7$i-rA clinical study to evaluate the efficacy of leech therapy and pancha-tikta ghrita in the management of psoriasisPushpa Gond, Rekha Rani, Mahendra Kumar ShringiPurpose: Modern medical science treats psoriasis with PUVA, corticosteroid, anti-mitoticdrugs which gives serious side effects like liver and kindney failure etc. There is a need to dis-cover safe and effective medicine without any side effects for Psoriasis and the role of LeechTherapy (Shodhan) and Panchatikta Ghrita (Shaman Karma) is evaluated in this study.Method: 30 patients were included who matched the clinical signs and symptoms of psoriasis.These patients were randomised into three groups. Group A- Only on leech therapy, GroupB- Only on panchatikta ghrita and Group C- On both leech therapy and panchatikta ghritaResult: Group A showed 45o/o improvement and group B showed 47To improvement, whilegroup C reported 65% improvement.Conclusion: It can be concluded that shodan (leech application) along with shaman (pancha-tikta ghrita) is effective in the management of psoriasis as it is safe, cost effective and free fromany side efflects.l 07$6Clinical evaluation of oral ayurvedic formulation and panchakarmaprocedures in delayed mile stone disorders in children w.s.r.to cere-bral palsyVidya Bhushan Pandey, Abhimanyu KumarPurpose: Cerebral palsy being a non-progressive disease presents with a gross delay in themotor mile stones according to particular age. This delay depends on the number, location andseverity of the lesion inside the brain. In this study, Ayurvedic drugs and procedures with estab-lished beneficial role in the management of neuromuscular conditions.were evaluated for effectin delayed mile stone management in Cerebral palsy.Method: Clinical trial was undertaken for total duration of six month. Patients were selected inage group l-L2 year from O.P.D. /LP.D. Of Bal Rog department, National Institute of Ayurveda,Jaipur. Assessment was performed at the end of every month using CDC scale of milestone as-sessment. Total 51 patients were registered and randomly divided in three groups, A, B and Chaving different procedures. Six eases in each group had discontinued the trial, hence the resultswere analysed based on data generated from 33 patients.Result: Neck holding scale in group A presented with 15.62"/" improvement while group Bpre-sented witt.29.4lo/o results and group C presented with39.39% improvement. In sittingscale, group A presented witt, 23.81%o changes while group B and group C presented withpercentage improvement of 38.71o/" and 55.55%o respectively. Standing scale presented withpercentage im-provement of 75%o,75Yo and 85.7L% respectively in group A, B and C. Theinter group comparison with ANOVA test shows in neck holding group C was found statisti- Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 89
  • 100. Oral Presentationcally significant (p<0.05) over group A, while in sitting scale group B was found statisticall-vsignificant (p<0.05) with group A while rest of the other comparisons were found statisticallyinsignificant (p>0.05).Conclusion: Hence it can be concluded that Ayurvedic modalities present in the group B andgroup C produce better results than group A.1 0802Phytochemical study and evaluation of antileukemic activity of ripefruit of Opuntiaelatior Mill.Prakash ltankar, Sonali Acharya, Sumit AroraPurpose: Opuntia elatior Mill. (Family: Cactacea) is a xerophytic perennial bushy shrub,l-3 mtall. It is native of Caribbean, Central America and northern South America, but actually it isfully naturalized in many part of the world like Mediterranean, Australia, Africa and India. Ripefruits of r!:is plant contain red pigment i.e. betanin which is betacyanin pigment. It is recentlydocumented that natural food colors such as betanin can inhibit the cell proliferation of a varietyof human tumor cells. In view of its traditional use and chemical composition, Opuntia elatiorMill. fruit was selected for its in vitro antileukemic and antioxidant activity.Method: The fruits of Opuntia elatior after collection, authentication and drying was extractedwith hydroalcoholic solvent using maceration method. The present study aimed to determinethe pre-liminary phltochemicai evaluation, quantitative estimation of Betanin pigment, totalphenolic, flavonoid and flavonone content with spectrophotometric methods, evaluation of anti-oxidant and cytotoxicity study of the hydroalcholic extact of Opuntia elatior on K-562 cell line(Human chronic myelocytic leukemia) by MTT assay method.Result: The preliminary phytochemical evaluation showed the presence of carbohydrates, fla-vonoids, betanin pigment, tannins, sterols, proteins, pectin, citric acid and vitamin C. The totalphenolic, flavonoid, flavonone and betanin content in extract was found to be 52.76 mglg39.22 mglg, 9.60 mg/g and 48.10 mg/100 ml of extract respectively. Evaluation of antioxidantacriviry was carried out by DPPH free radical scavenging method. It showed significant activitycompared with the stan-dard. IC5O values for extract of O.elatior andVitamin C was found to be88.16 g/ml and62.8? g/ml respectively.Conclusion: Its cytotoxic evalution showed a potent action against to K-562 (Human chronicmye-locytic leukemia) cell line. It was found that hydroalcoholic extract of the fruits of Opuntiaelatior Mill. have persuasive antioxidant activity and promising antileukemic activity.toStoEffect of Palash (Butea monospermal seeds on ovarian and thymus tis-sue of female miceNeelam Gupta, Shiv Ji Gupta, KRC Reddy, S M Singh, Gajendra Singh1 Deptt. of Shalya, Faculty of Ayurzteda, IMS,BHU,t Deptt. of Rasashashta, Faculty of .4yuroeda, IMSBHUs School of Biotechnology, BHQa Depn. of Anatomg, IMS BHUPurpose: There has been an ongoing quest to find effective low cost indigenously availableand safer methods of contraception in order to prevent pregnancy especially for application inpopulation living in lower socio-economic regions. Various Ayurvedic preparations are known90 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorld Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 101. =.=:::::::. : . Oral Presentation::.gi.ci,t!l to interfere with the reproductive ability of women. In Ayurvedic practice Butea monospermai}.lilr (palash) is in clinical use forhundreds of years as a contraceptive. Seeds of Buteamonospermaif are also used as an anthelrnitic and antimicrobial agent. The objective of present study was tot::. search the effect of Butea monosperma seeds on the ovary and thymus of mice. Method: Butea monosperma (Fabaceae family) locally known as Palash (Dhak) is administered orally for three consecutive days to female albino mice. On 4th day when mice was sacrificed its ovary and thymus showed significant changes histologically. Comparison of apoptotic cells and DNA fragmentation in treated and control mice were also done. Result: The observations of this study suggest that oral administration of Palash seeds to female mice results in a massive atrophy and degeneration of ova in almost all the follicles, irrespective of the stage of their development and induction of apoptosis in the oocytes and other support- ing cells of the ovary. On the other hand, Palash administration resulted in increase of cellularity in the thymus with a decrease in the induction of apoptosis and augmentation of cell prolifera- tion. Conclusion: This indicates that Palash administration has tissue-specific effects. Palash acts as an antifertilit54 agent and immunomodulator. The study discusses the possible mechanisms involved and their clinical significance ro8l:I Role of yogic and Ayurvedic diet and lifestyle in management of mad- humeha (diabetes mellitus) Guddoye Gyaneshwarsing, Mahesh Kumar Vyas 1 Gujrat Ayurved Uniaersity, I P G T€lR A purpose: The Yogic and Ayurvedic perdpective in the management of metabolic disease like Madhumeha (DM) has been evaluated in this study. Method: Group 1 (Yogic and A1urvedic diet and Lifestyle + Varadi I(watha) and Group 2 (only A1urvedic drug/varadi kwatha). This method aimed to evaluate the effect ofYogic and Ay- urvedic diet and lifestyle withVaradi kwatha andVaradi kwatha only in Madhumeha (DM).The inclusion criteria were the signs and symptoms of Madhumeha (DM) as perAyurvedic text and FBS > 126 mgldlor PPBS > 2OO mg/dl or HbAIC > 6.5.The exclusion criteria were patients receiving insulin (type 1) and excessive blood glucose (FBS) > 300 mg/dl. Result: Group I (n=6) has proved a better remedial effect than Group 2 (n=24) in (i) most effecr on Cardinal symptoms like Prabhuta Mutrata l}Oyo, Avila Mutrata 100o/o, alatalusho- sha 100%, Daurbalya 85.71, Pipasadhikya l0O% etc., (ii) biochemical parameters like Fasting Urine sugar 77.27 %, (iii) laboratory mean values like FBS fuom 217 to 147.3 mg/dl, PPBS from 291 .l to 197.33 mg/dt and Fasting Urine sugar from 2.75 to 0.87.The total 30 patients where Group I shows a total effect of 66. 67oh of moderate improvement while Group 2 shows a 7033%.Through t-resr a highly significant result (P<0.001) was observed in Prabhuta mutrata and highly significant (P<0.01) in Klaibya of Group I while in Group 2 ahighly significant (P<0.001) result was in Prabhuta mutrata, Avila mutrata, shrama Swasha, Pipasaadhikya, Pin- dikovestana, Daurbalya, Alasya/utsahahani, Klaibya and highly significant (P<0.01) in FBS Karapadatala daha, Swedadhikya, Nidradhikya and Purisha-badhdhata. Conclusion:Yogic and Ayurvedic Ahara andVihara withVaradi Kwatha is a promising line of treat-rnent which can be used as an adjuvant to conventional management of Diabetes mel- litus. Orgpnized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 91
  • 102. Oral Presentation I0{t26 Experimental evaluation of the effect of Madhu-Ghrita on diabetic wound healing Nitesh ShuklaPurpose: l. It is estimated that in every 30 seconds a lower limb is amputated somewhere inthe world because of a diabetic wound. 2. Diabetic ulcers are exceptionally slow healing ulcersand calls for hospitalisation, regular health-care for a very long span of time. There is burdenof very high expenditure on the patients.3.If not treared timely it may lead to amputation oflimbs. Diabetic wound seen on the lower extremities are related to diabetic neuropathy or themicro-angiopathy associated with the disease. 4. Traditional medicine, especially herbal medi-cine has recently been receiving heightened interesr all over the world. 5. Madhu and Ghrita aretwo sueh dralyas which are known to man since Pre-Vedic period and are very much the part ofkitchens of people all over India. The main objective of this study was to experimentally verifiithe effects of Madhu-Ghrut on diabetic wound healing on scientific basis. On a larger nore itwas aimed at attempting to save limbs by healing chronic diabetic foot and leg wound.Method: The Wagner Classification of Diabetic Foot lJlcers was used for assessment and scal-ing of the disease. The parameters like pus or watery discharge, granulation tissue, appearanceofthe edges, appearance ofthe surrounding area, dead dssue.Result: The result were tabulated, and the diabetic wound healing of l0 patients was studiedsys-tematically . Madhu-Ghrita has shown excellent wound healing promoting properties. Thep value suggested significant results.Conclusion: Ghrita is a known antioxidant and this may be one of the reason for promisingwound healing. S7ound healing properties of Madhu includes stimulation of tissue growth, en-hanced epithelialisation and minimised scar formation.The results were found to be very signifi-cant. A more rigorous scientific study using biomarkers with larger sample size is desirable.r08!t6Effect of Mamsyadi kwatha and shirodhara in anidra (insomnia) pa-tientsAjay Kumar Sahu,Ajay Kumar SharmaPurpose: Gelder M. et al ( I 990) have estimated that atleast lO-20% of the population is suf-fering from insomnia. Among them 15% are suffering with this condition where the cause isnot known. For its treatment various rypes of tranquillisers are used by modern physicians.Prolonged use of these drugs produce various side effects and resistance. For this purpose Shi-rodhara by I(sheera along with Mansyadi Kwatha were selected as trial drugs for evaluating theirefficacy in the tear-ment of Anidra (Insomnia).Metbod: Study design - Randomised open controlled clinical trial, Study population- 60 con-senting patients of Anidra were selected randomly from Arogyashala, N.LA., Jaipur, InclusionGriteria- l8-60 years, of both sex having insomnia of I monrh durarion, Exclusion criteria-pat-ents with complications, suffering from other disorders. tial drug- Mansyadi Kawatha (SiddhaYoga Sangraha) 40 ml bd, Shirodhra (Milk) 45 min, Zolpidem (Control) l0 mg HS, for 2 weeks,DrugAdministration- 4 groups, Gr.I Zolpidem Gr.II Mansyadi I(watha GT.III Shirodhara, Gr.IV Mansyadi I(watha and Shirodhara, Criteria of assessment- Jrimbha, Tandra etc and Sleep92 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 103. Oral PresentationDiary, Observation and analysis- Recorded and analysed with students t-test for significance.Result: Symptomatically significant improvement was observed in all groups with best resultsin Group IV. In this group quality of sleep and loss of fatigue were better in comparison to con-trol and other groups.Conclusion: The trial drug Mansyadi Kwatha when administered at 40 ml bd with Shirodhara(Milk) for 2 weeks significantly improves sleep in Anidra patients. The trial drug was well toler-ated without any adverse events.lo84{lHistochemical localisastion of metalic bhasma w.s.r.to ironPrakash Jondhale, Keya DebbarmaPurpose: Histochemical studies were done to localise the lauha bhasma in tissues.Method: Albino rats were selected and grouped into three viz. control treated conuol andtreated. The rreated too were subdivided to screen the bhasma along with triphala. The animalsin all groups were given iron free diet and water.The treated control was given the modern ironpreparation (ferrous gluconate). The treated group was given the drug in therapeutic dose for aperiod of 30 days through oral route. After completion of experiment the animals were autop-sied and the tissues and organs were preserved as per standard histochemical procedure and thehistochemical studies were carried out as per the procedure laid down.Result: In histochemical studies, the Turnbull blue method did not show any positive resultswhere as the Prussian blue method showed results in some of the tissues like spleen, liver andkidney, after treating the sections with hydrogen peroxide. Hydrogen peroxide was used to re-lease the Iron from its bound sites.Conclusion: The study shows the presence of iron in the tissues of albino rats byTirrnbull bluemethod and Prussian blue method after the oral administration of lauha bhasma I O{t7!)Evaluation of an Ayurvedic compound formulation kaphaketu rasaOm Prakash Rout, Rakshapal Gupta,shrikant R lnchulkar, Kamleshwar S KarbhalPurpose: An attempt has been made to scientifically evaluate macroscopic, microscopic, physi-co-chemical andTLC/HPTLC finger printing analysis of anAyurvedic compound formulationItaphaketu Rasa.Method: To achieve the desired aim four samples of l(aphaketu Rasa were procured from mar-ket.The macroscopic, microscopic characters and physico-chemical parameters viz. loss on dry-ing, total ash, acid insoluble ashl water and alcohol soluble extractives and calcium identificationrest of the powdered samples were observed. TLC/HPTLC finger printing of the methanolicextract of all samples was performed on pre-coated plates using acetone: n-hexane (21:79) asmobile phase and visualised with anisaldehyde-sulphuric acid reagent.Result: The macroscopic characters of all samples were grey in colour, faint in odour and pun-gent in taste. Microscopic study of all samples revealed the presence of perisperm cell contain-ing starch grains, elongated stone cells from Piper longum Linn, rectangular stone cells withwide lumen and spherical cells containing starch grains from Aconitum chasmanthum Stapf.ex Holmes. The physico-chemical parameters viz. loss on drying, total ash, acid insoluble ash, Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 93
  • 104. Oral Presentation water and alcohol-soluble extractives of all samples were found within limits as per ApI. Four major spots were found onTLC of all samples ar Rf. 0.69 (violet),0.32 (blue), O.Za (aeep blue), 0.19 (green) and 014 (green). One major spot at Rf 0.69 (violet) was absent in one sample and present in other three samples. Conclusion: The macroscopic, microscopic, physico*chemical, andTLC/HpTLC finger print- ing studies are quite helpful for identification and prevention of adulteration. The results were found to be highly accurate, quick and reliable for rourine monitoring for quality control of Ayurvedic com-pound formulations. I O8{r7 Efficacy of panchakola kshar basti and panchakola churna in ama- vata (rheumatoid Arthritis) Aparna SathePurpose: Rheumatoid arthritis is the most common persistent inflammatory arthritis occurringthroughout the world and in all ethnic groups with severe complications including cardiovascu-lar system.There is no safe and cost effective trearment available in modern medicine hence thepresent study aimed to observe the efficacy of panchakolakshar basti and panchakola churna inmanagement ofAmavata.Method: A open non comparative clinical trial was conducted in 30 cases for duration for 3months. Diagnostic criteria: l) Morning stiffness > t hr, 2) Artirritis of 3 or more joints, 3) Sym-metrical joint involvement 4) Duration of illness > 6 wks, Inclusion criteria: I Male or Female )between 14yrs-5Oyrs 2) Patients with classical signs and symptoms of R.A. : Exclusion criteria:1) Pregnant or lactating females, 2) Patients with uncontrolled systemic illness like DAzI/ HTN,3) Patients suffering from RVD, immuno-compromised disease, 4) Subjects on immunosup-pressive drugsResult: Good result was found in 10%, Better result was found in 30%o, Best result was ob-served n 6A%Conclusion: The study showed significant improvement in signs and symptoms after the treat-ment there was no adverse reaction or complication during the study.I090!)A clinical study of efficacy of Vyoshadi gutika and pippalayadi churnaava-pida nasya in the management of PratishyayaVivek SharmaPurpose: Pratishyay basically is a Vat-kaphaj disorder arising from accumulation of vitiatedVat along with kaph-pitta-rakta in uttamang (shirh pradesh) and comparable to Rhinitis whichde-scribes a group of symptoms including runny nose, stuffiness, sneezing usually due to com-mon cold, environmental irritants and immunodeficiency.This study aim to do 1. Evaluationof effectiveness ofVyoshadi gutika (samshaman therapy) and Pippalayadi churna Avapida nasya(samshodhan therapy) in the management of pratishyay, 2. Statistical assessment of data posttreatment.94 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 105. Oral Presentationillethod: 60 patients of Pratishyay aged between 16-60 years of age of both sexes complainingof Rhinorrhoea/ nasal block, sneezing, heaviness of head, anosmia were selected randomly andas-signed for clinical study were divided into 2 groups. Group A consisting of 30 patients hadinternal administration ofVyoshadi gutika in a dose of 2 tablets QID (each tab.375 mg) withlukewarm wa-rer for 30 days. Group B- 30 patients tookVyoshadi gutika along with Pippalayadichurna Avapida nasya (6 drops in each nostril early morning) for a duration of 21 days All pa- ,tients were advised to attend 15 days Intercal regularly for 3 months for assessment of diseasethrough subjective and objective parametersResult: 60% patients (18 no.) of Group B while no.) Group A responded 47o/o patients (14satisfac-torily with maximum improvement (more than 76o/o symptomatic improvement) Simi-larly, Moderate improvement (between 5L-75%) was seen in 47 patients of Group A and 37Toof Group B while mild improvement in I0%o and 3To patients of Group A and B respectively. Nountoward adverse effects were seen in any patients.Conclusion: It can be concluded that on the basis of Practical, Therapeutic and Statisticalanalysis, patients of both groups got satisfactory improvement. Besides, patients treated withboth Samshodhan Nasya therapy and SamshamanVyoshadi Gutika therapy comparatively gotbetter results.ro$ l:lClinical study of Pandughna vati and Dhatryarishta in the manage-ment of Pandu roga w.s.r.to iron deficiency anaemiaUrvi Dave, Anup Thakar, Sudha VyasPurpose: There is effective treatment for pandu roga (anemia) in Modern science, but there isno specific reatment for chronic anemia, which is due to metabolic defect. Here, an aitempt hasbeen made to clinically evaluate the role of trial compounds which enhances the metabolism andare effective in management of chronic iron deficiency anaemia.Method: 46 patients of pandu roga were randomly selected from the hospital and divided intothree groups. In Group A PandughnaVati and in Group B Dhatryarishta (Cha.Chi. 16/111-113)were given and in Group C, standard control group, Ferrous Sulphate in tablet form was givenfor 6 weeks. Urine and haematological investigations were carried out along with special inves-tigation like serum iron level and total iron binding capacity.Result: In Group A statistically highly significant improvement in signs and symptoms likePanduta, Daurbalyata, Swasha, Bhrama etc. as well as the blood tests. In Group B highly sig-nificant results in Panuduta, Daurbalyta etc. were observed and significant results rvere seen inthe blood tests.Conclusion: Overall comparison showed that statistically significant resuits were obtained inboth the trial compounds in the form of statistically significant and percentage relief. Ferroussulphate is standard conrrol drug for Iron efficiency Anemia and it gave better results. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 95
  • 106. Oral Presentation ro$19 A comparative study of brahmi ghritha and capsule Medhyn as med- hya rasayana on jarajanya smritihrasa /senile dementia Pradeep B.C, Prabha Kumari, Neeraja Sharma, Afsar Ahmad 1 NA M C H Muzaffarpurr2 RMO,Adztanced Neuro Diagnostic Centre Purpose: A study had been done to evaluate the effect of medhya rasayana in senile dementia which is a major problem having an impact on the person, society and environment too. The goal of the study was to evaluate and compare the medhya effect of brahmi ghritha and Medhya effect of cap. Medhyn in senile dementia.Method: A comparative study, Intervention:- 43 patients of jarajanya smritihrasa were selectedincidently and assign in to two groups. For both the groups Aamapachana done with panchakolachurna 3 g tid for 3 days. And shodhana done with hareetakyadi yoga 12 g HS, Gtoup A:- cap.Medhyn I tid for 30 days, Group B:- Brahmi ghritha 6 g BD for 30 days. Resuks were analysedby using contingency coefficient descriptive statistics, repeated measure ANOVA and chi squiretest.Result: Statistics showed a significant improvement for both groups. The comparison showedstatistically no difference.Conclusion: Brahmi ghritha group and cap. Medhyn group showed equally significant im-provement but Medhyn capsule was found more palatable by the patient. I O9i-rOEfficacy of gorakhmundi in obesity: a single-blind placebo-controlledstudyMadhuriWaghPurpose: Obesity, the state of excessive adipose tissue, with increased morbidity, mortalityfrom numerous diseases nearly in a pandemic stage; necessitates urgent search for safe, effectivean-ti-obesity medications, as extant modern drugs have significant major adverse effects. Cha-raka elaborated very lucidly qualitative signs and symproms of obesity (Sutrasthan A2t). Gora-khmundi (Sphaeranthus indicus), a widely available seasonal wild herb, called Som-Sum-Veerya(Sushruta), Palankash (weathers fat away; Shaligram), Mundi (beheads diseases), anti-obesityeffects men-tioned in seven Nighantu(s); thus holds promise. This study evaluates its anti-obe-sity efficacy using single-blind, placebo-controlled design.Method: Forty persons (age 25-50 yrs), 20 each in study and conrrol groups, with weight >10kg excess than LIC actuarial mean normal, evaluated at baseline using BMI, rJTaist/Hip Ratio,skin-fold thickness at Biceps, Triceps, Sub-scapular and Supra-iliac sites and also 23 qualita-tive criteria col-lated from Ayurvedas Classical Texts; were administered for 90 days at 2 g d.aydose either Gorakhmundi Panchang-Choorna or Spinach Choorna respectively and reassessedmonthly. Anthropometric measurements analysed using descriptive statistics and paired r test.Quattative criteria- descriptive statistics.Result: At 90 days, Study Group shows -- >5o weight reduction in 45o/o,3-5yo in 45yo,0.3341week or 1.34lmonth, Highly Significant- weight reduction, p<O.OOl, -Improvement in-- BMI,9e ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 107. Oral Presentationp<0.001;WH Ratio, p<0.001; - - Skin-foldTriceps, Subscapular, Suprailiac, p<0.001, (Bicepsp<0.05), Qualitative features viz. Body Mal-odor, Hyper-sweating, hebviness, slackness, lack ofswiftness, laziness, exercise intolerance, deep breathing discomfort, excessive thirst showed con--"siderable improvement in majority persons showing these at baseline.Conclusion: Study confirms Gorakhmundis significant anti-obesity efflcacy, using single-blindplacebo-control design and modest sample. :I O$5i-rA clinical study on role of panchatiktaksheerbastiand aabha guggulain the management of avascular necrosis of hip jointRatna Agrawal, Kiran PatangePurpose: Avascular necrosis is ner,vly emerging disease with increasing incidence involving oneor both hip joints. It is progressive disease however no drug is found yet in modern medicine tostop its progression. Hence to evaluate the effect of certain Ay:rvedic treatment on the progres-sion of this disease, this clinical study was done.Method: 1) 1 0 patients having Avascular necrosis of either of hip joint less than grade were IIIselected irrespective of age, sex, religion and occupational status. 2) Two major com-plains i.e.Vankshan sandhishool (Pain) and Vankshan sandhigraha (Stiffness) were considered. 3) Thesetwo complains were scored as per severity before and after treatment. 4) Vidhivat Panchatiktaksheerbasti 120 ml in morning after breakfast and Aabha guggulu 500 mg in Pragbhakta kala(15 min. before lunch and dinner) with Goghrita orally was given daily for 1 month. 5) Pachanand Anuloman was given as per requirement during treatment. 6) The score before treatmentwas compared with the score after treatment. 7) The total relief in each complain was calculatedin percentage.Result: 1) Total score of 10 patients forVankshan sandhishool (pain) before treatment was24 and after treatment was 10.The difference was of 14 and hence relief was 58.33%.2) ForVankshan sandhigraha (stiffness), score was 24 beforc treatment and L2 after treatment. Thedifference was of 12 and the relief was 50%o.3) The combine score of tr 0 patients was 48 beforetreatment and it was 22 after treatment. The difference was of 26, tte total relief was 54.166YoConchrsion: The Ayurvedic treatment of Vidhivat Panchatiktaksheerbasti and Abha guggulawas found to be effective in preventing progression of Avascular necrosis of hip joint.l o$ft7Superiority of traditional rural lifestyle in minimizing the occurrenceof madhumeha (diabetes mellitus) w.s.r. to halealasur villageGuheshwaf Patil, T B Tripathy,T B TripatiPurpose: Diabetes Mellitus is a common disorder of fuel metabolism which is a serious globalhealth problem. In India prevalence of disease in adults was found to be 2.4%o in rural and I 1.6o/o in urban. Adaptation of healthy daily regimen described as Dinacharya in Ayurveda decreasesdre incidence of Madhumeha (Diabetes mellitus) as it is caused by faulty diet habit as well asfaulty life style. The present survey was carried in Halehalasur village, Haveri district, Karnatakaduring 20ll-2012. Organized by World Ayurvecia Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 97
  • 108. Oral PresentationMethod: A total of 452 people aged 35-55 years were selected for the survey and their dailyregimen was documented ott the basis of a special questionnaire containing 39 ob-jects of di-nachary. People with Juvenile Diabetes Mellitus and congenital anomalies were excluded.Result: During the assessment of the results it was revealed that 83.60/o of Halehalasur villagepeople followed most of the daily regimen asked in questionnaire. The rural diets were mainlyof vegetarian type, limited in variety and low in fat and protein content. Physical activity amongthe villagers is substantial and there are no sedentary jobs in the village.Conclusion: The incidence of Madhumeha was less in Halehalasur village as a result of fol-lowing most of the regimens of food and life style along with sadvritta palana as per ayurveda.The substantial physical activities of Halehalasur village population resulted in improved fitness,increased lean body mass, decreased adipose tissue stores, weight control and sadvritta palanakeeps the healthy psychological state and in turn justifies the superiority of traditional rural life-sfyle in minimizing the occurrence of Madhumeha (Diabetes Mellitus).I100:tAn approach towards standardization of shadguna rasasinduraRohit Gokarn, Biswajyoti PatgiriPurpose: Rasasindura (RS) is a sublimated mercurial preparation known for its use in dif-fe-rent formulations. Literature claims that, the efficacy of RS will increase with the quantity ofsulphur and duration of heating. Hence Shadguna RS (t:6 proportion of Hg:S) is said to be su-perior. Many such formulations are not in market or industry due to lack of standardisation andenough data to prove the claims. Previously attempt has been made to standardise SamagunaRS (Yadav.P et.al). In present study an attempt was made to standardize mode of preparation ofShadguna RS and analyse its physico-chemical properties.Method: Purified mercury and sulphur were triturated till formation of black sulphide of mer-cury (devoid of shine) and was impregnated with Aloe vera Linn. Thus formed powder wasplaced in glass bottle coated with l0layers of cloth and multani mitti. Bottle was placed in Elec-trical Muffle Furnace (EMF) and heat was given for 168 hrs with gradual rise in temperarure(Kramagni). After observing all chief desired characteristics in process, bottle was sealed and al-lowed for sublimation and thus formed product was carefully collected. Same way three batchesof RS were prepared to ensure standardization and reproducibility. Final product was screenedfor physico-chemical and XRD analysis.Result: Average abgolute yield of RS was 12.45%o and 7 4.7%o as per law of definite proporrion.Physico-chemical analysis revealed following results: Loss on drying-O.4, Ash value-O.35,TotalMercury-86.69%o andTotal Sulphur-13.07%. XRD report showed RS in HgS (|.{atural Cinna-bar) form with Hexagonal crystal structure.Conclusion: Shadguna RS can be prepared by adopting 168 hrs of gradual rise in temperaturewith 56 hrs of Mild(T20-250 degree C), Moderate (250-45A degree C) and Stern (450-600 de-gree C) temperature. Average yield of Shadguna RS is 74.7% in EMF. Shadguna RS is in HgSQ.{atural cinnabar) form with Hexagonal crystal system.98 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 109. =:FFJt Oral PresentationH*,i I I OOir Management of rajonivritti (menopausal syndrome) by rasayana karma: a clinical study Seema Murthy, Siddaram Arawatti, Geeta Patil : Purpose: Menopausal syndrome refers to final cessation of menstruation with group of symp- toms, at which the woman gradually changes from the reproductive life into one of senescence which lead to a drastic changes iq her life style. 7oman is the center point of the family, society, nation and the world. So to maintain her health, utmost care and effec-tive treatment is needed. Ayurveda, the traditional medicine of India provides Rasayana therapy which is very useful in these symptoms (instead of Hormone Replacement Treat-ment) without creating any side effects. Flence in present study an effort was made to evaluate the efficacy of the Amalakyadi rasayana in the management of Manopausal Syndrome. Method: In present study 30 patients were selected from OPD and IPD of N.K.J. Ayrrvedc college attached hospital and were divided into 2 groups of 15 patients each. Group I - Guduchi satwa (500 mg) t.i.d for 3 months. Group II - Amalakyadi vati (l I 2 t.i.d for 3 months. Result: Group II showed 80% completely cured, 6.66% improved and 13.33%o no change and better than group I. The drugs in the Amalakyadi vati (amalaki, ashwagandha, shankhapushpi) help in subsiding the rajonivritti avastha janya lakshanas. It is tridoshahara due to its qualities and maintains the balance between physical and mental health. Conclusion: Amalakyadi rasayana with milk proved to be a good remedy in the manage-ment of rajonivritti. As it is a pilot study, further multi centric studies are needed. t t006 A clinical study on the efficacy of shatavaryadi churna and ashwa- gandhadi tail in klaibya w.s.r. to erectile dysfunction Buddhiprasad Paudel, Girijeshkumar Gautam, Buddhiprasad Paudel Purpose: To evaluate the efficacy of Shatarvaryadi churna and Ashwagandgadi tail in the man- agement of Klaibya with special reference to Erectile Dysfunction. Erectile dysfunction (ED) is a common disorder of the male reproductive life which affects approximately 150 million men worldwide and is expected to exceed 300 million by 2A25. Severiry prevalence and incidence of Erectile Dysfunction increase with age. Method: Total 30 patients were selected from OPD and IPD of the P.G. department of kaya- chikitsa, NIA hospital, Jaipur. This study was a non blinded, randomized clinical trial using pre and post test design. Before the institution of the trial, patients were randomly divided into three groups named as Group A, B and C. Group A was treated with Shatarvaryadi chutna, Group B with Ashwagandgadi tail and Group C with Shatarvaryadi churna and Ashwagandgadi tail. Each group contained l0 patients. Drug Administration and duration: Before starting the treat- ment, Panchasakar churna 5 g at bed time with lukewarm was administered for 3 consecutive days for Itostha shudhi. Result: Clinical study revealed that the patients treared in group A and C showed statisti- cally highly significant improvement in all the symptoms and significant improvement in IIEF-5 Score. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 99
  • 110. Oral PresentationCunclusion: Thus it can de concluded that Shatavaryadi churna with Anupana of milk add-edwith sugar and Ashwagndhadi tail for local application can be used as safe and main therapeuticagent in the management of I{aibya (Erectile Dysfunction).r to:t:tStudy the efficacy of Amritadi churna along with Ruksha swedan andVaitarana basti in AmavataMachathoi LaithangbamPurpose: 1) To study the efficacy of Amritadi churna along with Ruksha swedan andVaitaranaBasti in the management of Amavata (Rheumatoid Arthritis); 2) Phltochemical Analysis ofAmritadi churna.Method: 60 patients attending the IPD and OPD of Govt Ayurvedic college wereselectedrandomly but fully satisf,iing the criteria of the diagnosis and clinical features of Amavata as de-scribed in Madhava Nidana. The selected patients were divided into 2 groups, 30 each. GroupA patients were given only Amritadi churna. Group B patients were given Amritadichurna andRuksha swedan along withVaitarana basti.The basti was given asYoga basti with Saindhavaditaila given as Anuvasana basti. Amritadi churna was given in the dose of 3 g thrice daily aftermeal thus a total of 9 g was given orally for 6 months.Result: After proper statistical analysis using paired t test, both the groups are statisticallysignificant in lowering pain, tenderness, swelling, stiffriess and ESR. But among this two groups,Group B was found statistically more significant than Group A by using unpaired ttest.Conclusion: 1) Group B has given a better effective result. 2) Ruksha swedan removes thestrotgavarod and helps in relieving the pain. 3) Amritadi churna has got good anti inflam-matoryeffecf and immunomodulator property, 4) Vaitarana basti helps to remove Ama andVata whichare the chief pathogenic factors of Amavata. Basti as a whole act by altering the gut flora.I IOi-rOStandardization of taila bindu pariksha: an ancient prognostic toolAnukulChandra Kar, Reetu Sharma, Bimal Kishore Pandat Dept of RogaAndVikritiVigyan, National Institute of AjturzsedaPurpose: Taila bindu pariksha, an ancient method of urine examination for ascertaining theprognosis of diseases was very popular in the medieval period but after l Tth century its use be-came obsolete.The technique of this test was very crude and there are chances of variations inthe observations. To revive this technique it is necessary that the methodology of this test shouldbe standardised so that the observations could be reproducible. With this aim, a study has beenundertaken to standardise the technique of Thila Bindu Pariksha on the basis of materials andmethods used in ancient times.Method: Taila bindu pariksha was done in apparently healthy individuals and various pa-ram-eters for doing this test i.e - Shape and size of patra (Testing containers), volume of the urine,size of the oil drop, height of the oil drop from the surface of urine, variety of sesame oil etc.based on the literature were changed one by one and observations were noted down. The wholemethod was recorded in form of video clips for proper evaluation.100 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 111. Oral Presentation RoundResult: The following parameters were set as a standard on the basis of observations:Glass petri dish of 8 inch diameter as testing container. IJrine sample volume: 7hole voided 1 cm Testurine. Oil - black variery of sesame volurne of oil clrop 12 pl, height of droppingshould be performed within 2 hrs of coilection of urineConclusion: The parameters of Taila bindu pariksha technique has been standardised for fur-ther workI loSllValidating the features of "Prameha Purvarupa" in "prediabetes"persons in a high risk community of Puri District:An epidemiologicalapproachSaurabha Nayak, Hariballv Mohapatra, Debaprasad DashI Seoayana Diabetes Foundation, Grand Roadpurpose: Type II Diabetes being a very porential health burden on India it is very impera-tiveao ar"q" out those who are at the gateway of the disease. Allopathy terms this condition as "Pre-diabetes, where as Ayrrveda describes this condition as "Prameha Purvarupa". The criteriafor prediabetes has been fixed by American Diabetes association with objective parameters likeImpaired Fasting Glucose, Impaired Glucose Tolerance and Glycated hemoglobin. Pramehapurvarupa is described in Ayurveda with some subjective parameters like coated tongue andteeth, unusual growth of nails and hair, excessive thirst, burning extremities, sweet taste ofmouth etc. An epidemiological approach has been made to validate the prameha purvarupafeatures in Prediabetes Persons.Method: The Sevayat (priests of Lord Jagannath temple) community was selected for the study as a high risk community for lype II DM as their life style, food habit and nature of work matches to be high risk forType II DM. 500 persons of both sexes in the age group of 30 - 50years were tested for their FPG in Diabetes detection camps organized by Sevayana Diabetes Foundation. 50 persons with FPG in the prediabetes range were tested for their glucose toler- ance and glycated hemoglobin. 20 persons were selected out of 50 who had their GTT and HbAIC values in prediabetes range after considering exclusion criteriaThey were interogated with a standard questionaire to find the availability of features of prameha purvarupa in them Result: Results showed that prediabetes people have 70-85% of different Prameha purvarupa Prameha features presenr in them which established a clear cut relation between Prediabetes and Purvarupa. years Conclusion: This study concluded that the Prameha Purvarupa features as described back in Ayurveda stands right even today to clinically trace those who are about to developType II DM even before going to Laboratory investigations. I t065 A clinical evaluation of langlimool (Gloriosa superba) on inderlupta w.s.f. to alopacia areata Anita Sharma Purpose: Beauty has very important role in our life, Hair plays very vital role in our beauty. A human body without hair would be seen just as a tree without leaves. So everyone has an ambi- Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 10 1
  • 112. Oral Presentation tion that his/her hair should be long, black and thick. In Ay"urveda there are -ury ,yro.ryms for Hair loss as Inderlupta, Khalitya, rujya etc..Indralupta is a unique, idiopathic, non-cictricial, non-inflammatory alopecia, presents as discoid areas of hair loss.Method: Therapeutic assessment of lepa of sodhita langalimoola was carried out on the pa-tient of Indralupta. Lepa of the fine powder of langali moola was made with madhu. Externalapplication was done twice a day for a period of 60 days. Selection of Cases Source: For thepresent study, patients with Indralupta were screened out from OPD and IpD of NIA, Jaipur.Number of cases: 30 Patients were registered from OPD and IPD of NIA Jaipur. Grouping ofPatients: Selected patients were randomly divided into rwo groups. Group A: This group of15 patients was treated with Gomutra sodhit Langali moola with honey for external applica-tion Group B: This group of 15 patients was treated with Godugdha sodhit Langali moola withhoney for external application.Result: It was observed that after 60 days of trearment with Gomutrashodhit Langlimool inGroup A there was reduction in Hair fall which is statisticaUy highly significant (p<0.001)and highly significant improvement was observed in reducing dandruff (p<0.001), whereas inGroup B Godugdashodhit Langlimool application reduced the hair fall to statistically significantlevel (p<0.01) and statistically significant in reducing the dandruff in patient with Indralupta(P<0.01).Conclusion: Gomutrasodhit I-angali moola churna was highly effective in the management ofIndralupta. I t1l7 2critical analysis of prognostic tools w.s.r" to tail bindu parikshaAbhishek Kumar Singh,AnukulChandra Kar, Reetu SharmaPurpose: Tail bindu pariksha was a method of urine examination which was used mainly dur.ing Medieval Period to ascertain the prognosis of diseases. So many types of shapes oftila onthe surface of urine have been described for good and bad prognosis by various texts like inVangasena Samhita,Vasavarajiyam,Yogatarangini,Yogaratnakara etc. There is no uniformity inthe shapes as described in the texts which may indicate bad or good prognosis. Hence it wasthought to study and analyse all the shapes to conclude the precise shapes which may indicategood or bad prognosis.Method: 1 All the shapes described in various texts indicating bad or good. prognosis werecollected. 2 Their meaning was derived by referring various dictionaries specially Shabda Kal-padruma 3 As per the meaning the relevant figures were downloaded from the internet. 4. Thefigures were painted by the help of paint software to analyse the shapes to draw a conclusionregarding the bad or good prognosis.Result: 1. On analysis of figures indicating good prognosis revealed Circular, Semi-circularOval, orTriangular shapes. 2. Similarly the figures indicating bad prognosis revealed either Lin-ear or Oval or Round shape having multiple projections.Conclusion: Hence it is concluded that if the shape of Taila on urine is Circular, semi-circularOval, orTriangular then it indicates good prognosis. If the shape is Linear, Round, or Oval hav-ing multiple projections than prognosis is bad.lO2 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 113. Oral Presentationr lo82A randomized double blind clinical study of Ashwagandha on gener-alised anxiety disorderKhyati Sud, Anup Thakar, Sushant Sudt IPGT{nRA,GAUPurpose: To assess the clinical efficacy of Ashwagandha in the management of GeneralisedAnxiety Disorder.Method: Study Design-Double blind Randomized placebo controlled study. Blinding-The Pre-pared drugs were blinded and labeled by the Department of Rasa Shastra, I.P.G.T and RA,Jamnagar. Selection of patients-Patients satisfying the Inclusion criteria based on DSM IVTRDiagnostic Criteria for Generalised Anxiety Disorder (300.02). Select-ed patients were ran-domly divided into two groups i.e. Ashwagandha group and Placebo group by following a com-puterised randomisation plan. Patients in both the groups were provided drug in similar dosage,form and for the same duration. Assessment was carried out before treatmenti after treatmentand after follow up period based on Hamiltons Anxiety Rating Scale.Result: On comparing the effect of therapy on Hamiltons Anxiery Rating (HAM-A) Scale be-tween both the groups, no significant difference (P>0.05) was found in any of the symp-tomsexcept for anxious mood, which showed a highly significant difference (P<0.001).Conclusion: Ashwagandha granules have shown superior results in the management of Gen-eralised Anxiety Disorder as compared to Placebo granules. Although placebo also has a con-siderable effect, Hence it was concluded that Ashwagandha is effective in the management ofGeneralised Anxieiy Disorder. III l:lWound healing effect of jatyadi taila in the cases of chronic fis-sure-in-ano treated with ksharasutraTukaram Dudhannal, Chaturbhuja Bhuyan, Madhavsingh Bag helPurpose: The primary aim of the study was to evaluate wound healing effect of Jatyadi tailaand other adjuvant drugs in post Ksharasutra. wounds. Total 100 patients of operated cases forchronic fissure-in-ano with Ksharasutra suturing were taken for study. Among them in group-AKsharasutra suturing was done at fissure bed and in group-B I(sharasutra suturing after analdilatation was carried out.The adjuvant drugs were prescribed till symptoms persist and Jatyaditaila was used up to complete wound healing in both groups.Method: The wound created by Ksharasutra was cleaned with Sphatikadi decoction; MatraBasti (per anal installation) of 10 ml JatyadiTaila with the help of rubber catheter no. 8 and plas-tic syringe of 20 cc. Gauze piece (picchu) of Jatyadi taila was kept on wound andT bandage ap-plied. The same procedure was adopted after second post operative day up to complete woundhealing in both groups. Medications used during treatment: l) Sphatikadi yoga: for sitz bath, 2)Panchasarkara churna: 5 g at bed time, 3) Vatagajankush vati: 250 mgTDS.Result: In group-A 46 patients and group-B 48 patients got complete healing within 21 days.Four patients in group-A and 2 patients in group-B were taken more than 28 days. Jatyadi Tailis a good Shodhana and Ropana drug; it is in oil form and when used as Matra Basti, it acts as Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 103
  • 114. Oral Presentationa soothing agent for smooth evacuation of feces and protects anal wound of fissure bed. Mostof the ingredients used in Jatyadi Taila are shothahara, vedanasthapana and ropaka which areimportant requirements of healing a wound.The ingredients like neem (Azadirachta indica) anddaruharidra (Beriberi aristata DC) are antibacterial and promotes wound healing.Conclusion: The study concluded that Jatyadi taila exhibits wound healing properry in postKsharasutra wound. ltI:t!)A clinicalstudy on shushkakshipaka w.s.r.to dry eye syndrome and itsmanagement with mridweekadi eye drops and nayanamrita eye oint-mentSreekumar KarunakaranPurpose:Dry eye syndrome is an emerging diseasti mainly due to prolonged use of medi-cines like antlhypertensives and anti-depressants, refractive surgery mainly the I-ASII( in youngpopulation and cataract surgeries in the old population.Tear supplements can give symptomaticrelief and the main problem is the expense of these medicines and long duration of the therapy.It is the need of time to find out an Ayurvedic preparation which is effective to control inflam-mation, provide lubrication to the ocular surfac€, promote immuno-modulation, free from pre-servatives and also cost effective.Method: A comparative clinical trial was conducted in I.P.G.T and R.A Hospital, GujaratAyurved University, Jamnagar by dividing 106 patients into two groups by random sam-plingmethod. 55 Patients in Group A were managed with Mridweekadi eye drops, I drop three timesa day and Nayanamrita eye ointment at night. 53 Patients in group B with Eco-tears eye dropsand Lacrigel eye ointment with two months duration. 5l patients were completed the course oftreatment in each group with follow up for two months. Assess-ment was done by improvementin symptoms, signs, ocular surface disease index score, vital staining of ocular surface by rosebengal and fluorescein, rear film stability (TBUT) and Schirmer,s I test.Result: Ayurvedic eye drops and eye ointment were well tolerated by the patienrs and found tobe equally effective to treat the subjective and objective parameters of Shushkak-shipaka (DES).Comparatively better relief was found in controlling stickiness, mucus dis-charge, itching andheaviness. Mucus strands and conjunctival follicles were better removed byAyurvedic drugs andare significantly effective (p<0.05) than modern lubricants to improveTBUT. Minimum recur-rence rate was observed in these patients.Conclusion: Ayurvedic medicines can give subjective and objective relief as well as it can pre-vent the recurrence up to a certain extent in the management of Shushkakshipata (Dry eyesyndrome).I I li-r2Physico-chemical characterisation of somnathi tamra bhasmaSwapn il Chaud hari, Suhas Nayalg Ga li b, praja patiPurpose: Bhasmas are being used frequently in Indian Systems of Medicine (ISM) for variousdisease conditions.Though many studies are in progress, their physicochemical nature is not yetclear. This becomes the major hindrance in their standardisation. The present srudy was car-104 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 115. Oral Presentation (STB) whichried out to evaluate the physicochemical character of SomanatlriTamra Bhasma (hepaticis used in the treatment of diseases like Udara (Ascitis), Pandu (anaemia),Yakritvikaradisorders) etc.Method: STB was prepared as per the reference of Rasendra Chudamani by Itupipakwa meth-od in eiectrical muffle furnace (EMF) and subjected to classical parameters like Vari-tarawaRekhapurnatva, curd test etc. and physicochemical parameters like loss on drying (LOD), ash,ral re For phase identification X-Ray Diffraction CXRD) and for elemental analysis atomii "tc.emission spectroscopy - inductive coupled plasma (AES - ICP) was carried outResult: STB was black colored fine powder which stood all the classical parameters It does not showed any change in color even after 24 hours in curd test. The average values of LOD, ashvalue, acid insoluble ash, water soluble extractive, alcohol soluble extractive and pH were O87 53.19, 0.5g,2.34, I.46 % w/w, and 6 respectively. In XRD, the compound detected in major phase was Cu6Hg3As4S12 which isAktshite.The average levels of elements like copper, arse- ,ri", *"r"rrry and sulphur were 236960.00,234146.66,146293.33,25773000 ppm fespectivelyin AES -ICP.Conclusion: STB is a compound Of copper mercufy, arsenic and sulphur The physicochemi-cal observations of the current study can be considered as standard and may be referred infuture studies for qualiry assurance. I I l5!)Management of polycystic ovarian syndrome (pcos) with an ay-urvedic approachSudeshna Meher :purpose: The polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS) is a complex endocrine disorder character- cycles,ised by chronic an-ovulation and androgen excess with clinical manifestation of irregularhisurtism, acne and obesity due to the improper life style and food habits. It is mostly affecting 540% of women of reproductive age (12-45 years old) and which is a leading cause of infertil- depression and anxiety. As the problem is hampering the reproductive life of women and the iry an aim to give a -"rut.-.rt through modern medicines iswith an lots of sideapproach.so with having ayurvedic effects, better reproductive life the study was done Method: 30 patient were selected on the basis of clinical features, IJltrasonographic report and biochemical tesrs from the OPD of SBLD AyurvedViswabharti, Sardar Shahar, Rajasthan. Then patients they were randomly allotted to three groups each carrying 1O no of patients Group-A- were rreated with Metformin 1000 mg daily in two divided doses for 3 months. Group-B- pa- tients were treated with Varunadi kasaya (90 ml bid) Kanchanar Guguh (250 mg bid) and Arogyavardhini vati (250 mgbid) for 3 months. Group-C- patients were treated with Metformin (250 1000 mg daily in two divided doses withVarunadi kasaya (90 ml bid), Kanchanar Gugulu mg bid) and Arogyavardhini vati (250 mg bid) for 3 months Result: In this study it was observed that after the whole course of treatment in compari-son to group-A and Group-B the Group-C patients are having a statistically significant improvements in various parameters of PCOS Conclusion: Looking to the parhogenesis of the disease it became clear that the treatment which is having the property of lekhan, Granthihar and medohar can effectively reduce the sign and symptoms of PCOS. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 105
  • 116. Oral Presentation III66 A clinical study to evahrate the combined effect of mustakarishta and maha,kalyanaka kashaya in grahaniw.s.r.to ibs associated with stress K R Ranjani Rajan Purpose: Grahani roga described in classical text books of Ayurveda represents a group of disorders of digestive system caused by impairment of Agni. Irritable bowel slndrome (IBS) is a disorder of G.I.tract which prevails in majority of the global population. It is one of the most common conditions encountered in clinical practice as well u, i."ra understood. The objectives of the study were to evaluate the combined effect of mustakarishta and mahakalyanaka kashaya in Grahani w.s.r to IBS associated with stress.Method: It was a single blind clinical study with pre and post test design. Total 40 patientscoming under inclusion criteria, with signs and symptoms of grahani and also satisfuing theRome II criteria for IBS, were assigned to single group and were administered mustakarishtaand mahakalyanaka kashaya for I month. The data was collected before the treatment and aftertreatment of 1 month. One more follow up data was collected after 1 month after the treatment.The data obtained were analyzed statistically by applying Descriptive statistics, Chi-Square rest/Cross tabulation, t-test paired sample, repeated measure ANOVAResult: The parameters of assessment in this study were Muhur muhur mala prawutti, baddhamala pravrutti, Drava mala pravrutti, Udara shoola/ discomfort, Amayukta mala prawutti andGas/ Flatulance, Max Hamilton stress scale score and the score of Grahani questionnaire. Ac-cording to statistics, results on all parameters have shown highly signifi-cant results at the end ofthe study. Overall 37 patients (92.5%) got complete relief, 2 pa-tients (5.0%) got marked reliefand I patient (25%) got moderate relief.Conclusion: Mustakarishta and mahakalyanaka kashaya in combination targets the Agni, pittaand vata dosha in Grahani roga. With these obtained results it can be concluded that the com-bination of mustakarishta and mahakalyanaka kashaya are very effective in the management ofVataja Grahani IIITIcontrol of pyrilla in sugarcane with biopesticide based on panchgavyaHemant Dubey, chitra Yadav Ashok Mishra, Manu Mishra, Anant Dubey3 Natbnal Sugar Institute, I S K D Goaernment Ajwaedic College, Rampur, Muzaffarnagar,z DB .S College Purpose:Two field replicated trials for the control of Pyrilla, (Pyrilla perpusilla$7IK) with eighthazardous chemical insecticides including pyrethroids and one Panchagavya based biopesticidewere conducted in 2007-2OOB in the agricultural farm of N.S.L, on 6 months old ratoon and 12 months old adsali sugarcane with Co-l148 variety spraying with phosphamidon(g.0g%),Dichlorovos (0.08%), Methyl demeton (0.03%), Monocrotophos (0.05%), cypermethrin (0.06%) Endosulphon (0.035%), malathion (0.05%),Delson (0.03) and panlhagavya biopes-ticide (0.05%) were found effective in controlling of Pyrilla Nymphs, 48 hours after spraying.Method: Sugarcane is the most important cash crop. Sugarcane leaf hopper, pyrilla perpusilla isa major pest of sugarcane which is responsible for decline of yields and recovery. pyrilla threatthe losses to the tune of 3-26yo,25To and 2.5o/o ptxity,yield and sucrose (Gupta, 194g, patil et.al., 1981). Effective management of the major insects, pests and diseases is an essential step in106 ABSTRACTS 5th worrd Ayurveda congress and Arogya Expo 201 2
  • 117. Oral Presentation pesticides have offered someincreasing sugarcane yield and sugar production. Many systematic are the limiting factorshope of controlling these pests but high cost and pollution hazards It is essential to test the newerIt is therefore necessafy to develop alternative controi methods.safer, effective bio pesticides rvhich are safer to the nature easily biodegradable, non phyto-tox- Panchagavya syn-ic.The present study was undertaken to evaluate the insecticidal efficiency ofergistic composition with fermented extract of neem, fotenon citronel-la, C Lanceolates pine " yatropha in order to explore the possibility, of its use as a herbal pesticide against sugarcarle"nd pesticidepes;.This would be the contributiori ro Green Revolution against hazardous chemicalavailable, leading to the pest management programme of effective control of Pyrilla giving 87% mortalltyResult: The treatment with Panchagavya biopesticide is the next best the least (69.0%)with lower dose i.e.0.05%.The treatmenr with cyper-ethrin (0.06) recordednymphal mortality. Pyrilla per-Conclusion: The herbal insecticide showed better insect repellant efficiency againstpusilla. rIr78 proximal, antioxidant and glycemic response of Ficus religiosa based products on normal subjects for effective management of diabetes Neelam Chaturvedi, Parul Sharma, Aishwarya Singh purpose: Nature has been a source of medical mediators for thousands of years and an impres- sive number of modern drugs have been isolated from natural sources. The present study was designed to look into efficacy of F. religiosa as antioxidant agent for controlling degenerating diseases. Method: The methodology of study consist of proximal, antioxidant profile and acceptability evaluation of leaves and bark based producrs and their glycemic index (GI) and glycemic load (GL) were appraised by glucose response on normal subjects fibre Result: The results revealed that the plant leaves and bark powder contained crude (2t.47+0.34 and23.7l+0.52 yILOO g), calcium (428.45+0.47 and 109.13+030 mg/l00 g) and (108 pg/l00 g) and Jor, (a.rqt0.03 and 2.05+0.03.The carotenes (3400 pgll00 g), carotenoid extract Free ascorbic acid (2.06 mgllOO g) were high in leaves as compared to bark aqueous (DPPH) free rad- radical scavenging u..irri.y was evaluated using 1,1-diphenyl-2-picryl hydrazyl ical.The IC5O values of the leaves and bark extracts was 50 Apg/ml and 80 Apg/ml respectively as compared with standard ascorbic acid. The recipes were developed by the incorpotating 5o/o leaves and 5oh and 10% leaves and bark powder and their blends.The data showed that 10% study was conducted bark were insignificant at P0.05 level when compared to standard. Further on arbitrarily selected l5 normal subjects and were supplemented with test recipes it was found load (GL) that their Glycemic index(Gl) were 45.10 (Samosi) and 46.39(Batti) and Glycemic were 12 and 14 in both the products respectively the Conclusion: It can be concluded that both the plant parts have a definite role in dropping mel- glycemic response and could be used as effective therapy in the management of di-abetes antioxidant litus.Thus, the selected plants would exert several beneficial effects by virtue of their and antidiabetic activity and could be harnessed as drug formulation Pradesh ABSTRACTS 107 Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya
  • 118. Oral Presentation t I ttt:r Yakritoodar vis-a-vis non alcoholic fatty liver disease: prevalence, treatment and severity among lndian population Pragya Singhal Purpose: To study the prevalence and evaluate the effect of herbo mineral drugs in the treat- ment of Non alcoholic fatty liver disease (NIAFLD). Method: Patients who enrolled in the {Jdar roga vibhag, Ch. Brahm prakash Ayurved Charak Sansthan New Delhi, between 2011 to 2012 wete screened and those who fulfilled the criteria for NAFLD were included in the stutly. The diagnosis of NAFLD was considered with raised alanine transaminase (ALT) [>1.5 times normal levels], evidence of fatty liver on ultrasound or other imaging modalities and absence of any other detectable cause of liver d.isease. patients who had significant alcohol intake were excluded from the study. A total of 3 months managemenr was advised, which includes combination of herbomineral drugs (Aryogyavardhini vati,Triphala guggulu) along with life style management modali_ties. Result: A total of 21 patients were included in the study.Their mean age and BMI were 39 years and27 l8kglr,2 respectively and 61 .9 %o werc males.The majority of patients had mild inflam- mation either Gr-l 7l.4To or Gr-2 23.80% and only 4.76% had severe Gr-3 inflammarion. Their mean ALT levels before treatment were 67.15+6.93 which was feduced to 42.33+3.114 after 3 months of treatment. Conclusion: NAFLD is a disease of middle aged males commonly associated with obesiry.This strongly supports that NAFLD is the hepatic manifesration of metabolic disorder. Combination of herbomineral drugs has shown promising results rowards the effective management of this metabolic disorder. Unlike in western population where NAFLD is the major cause of crypro- genic cirrhosis, this study showed that it is not so severe in Indian population. II lll,l clinical management of A.D.H.D. with comparative study of madu- kaparnyadi yoga and matravasti Vishala Turlapati Purpose: Attention Deficit Flyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Is the mosr common neurobe- havioral disorder of childhood, characterised by emotional problems, low self esteem with inat- tention, hyperactivity and impulsiveness. ADHD accounts for 3-7%io of school aged children. Conventional modern treatment with stimulant drugs like Ritalin leads to many side effects. There is a need to develop alternative treatment with safe and effective medicine.The study also highlighted the role of prenatal influences on effecting the psyche of the foetus in adverse way. The need of treating ADHD with drugs like medhyar"r"y"ru, is not only to prevent the compli- cations ofADHD like learning disabilities, antisocial behaviour and adulthood psychiatric prob- lems, but also to show an efFective alternative therapy to enhance the academi" p.rfor*"nce and social skills in the affected children.Method: In the present study, 60 patients were made into 3 groups, group A treated with amultiherbal Medhyarasayana formulation (Mandukaparnyadi yoga), group B treated with Ma-travasti and Ashwagandha ghrita and group C with placebo. A pre questionnaire "rr.rr-.nt were filled bywas made on the basis of DSM-tV Criteria, which included l8 questions, whichschool teachers. Vanderbilt scale which contains 47 points related to behaviour and two sec-108 ABSTRACTS 5th worrd Ayurveda congress and Arogya Expo2or2
  • 119. Oral Presentation bytions for academic and classroom performance were filled by parents. IQ assesment is doneDraw-A-Man square test. The assessment is done before and after tleatment.Result: Group A Is having high significance in the improvement in Inattention (89.71%)(P<0.001). Group B is also having significant improvement (77.29%) (p<0.001) Group C ishaving no significant improvement of P<0.05, with 6.35% improvement. Matravasti with drugis found to be more effective. :Conclusion: Mandukaparnyadi yoga is effective in management of ADHD. Application of ma- yogatravasti offers some added advantage when administered along with Mandukaparnyadirl t{t8Antimicrobial activity of selected medicinal plants against some pyo-genic bacteriaDayanand Jadhav DiliP Gawaipurpose: Purpose of present study is to evaluate antimicrobial activity of crude extracts ofcertain medicinal plants against some important and commonly occurring pyogenic bacteria indifferent infections.Method: The aqueous, ethanolic and methanolic extracts of Curicuma longa, Comiphora wightii,Emblica fficinalis, Ocimum sanctum and AIoe uerct were tested against pyogenic bacteria Theextracts were obtained by using soxhlet extractor for about six hours. The recovered extractswere concentrated by evaporating on rotary evaporator. The concen-trated extracts w,ere testedagainst these bacteria by agar disc diffusion method in 90 mm petriplate containing nutrientalar medium. The petriplates were incubated for about 72 hours at 37 0 C temperature and thezone of inhibition was measured in mm. The common pyogenic bacteria usedfor study wereSteptococcus pyogenes, Staphylococcus anreus, Escherichia coli, and Pseudomonas aeruginosa Result: In the present investigation most significant results were obtained with ethanolic extracts of all the selected plants while aqueous extracts tested were found to be more effective against streptococcus pyogenes, staphylococcus al.$eus, and Escherichia coli, as compared to Pseudomonas had aeruginosa.The hot aqueous extracts prepared from Curicuma longa, and Emblica fficinalis shown maximum zone of inhibition against Staphytococcus a.ureus and Escherichia coli. Methano- lic extracts of Curcuma longa, Comiphora wightii, and Ocimum sanctum showed maximum zone of inhibition against streptococcus pyogenes and Escherichia coli as compared to other bacteria. Conclusion: The results of present investigation clearly indicate that the antimicrobial ac-tivity vary with the plants species, plant parts and solvents used for extraction Over all results showed that ethanolic extracts of the selected plants were found to be more inhibitory as compared to aqueous and methanolic extracts against pyogenic bacteria. It is concluded from the results that the inhibitory effect may be due to antibacterial constituents in the plant parts therefore these plant extracts can be used against pyogenic infection t 120:l Effectiveness of an integrative whole system approach to the treat- ment of gridhrasi: an observational study C Shruthi, SJSriranjini, M KVivek Sanker, G G Gangadharan Purpose: Gridhrasi correlates with modern Lumbago with Sciatica. Disease complexity sug- gests that integrative treatment combining external and internal therapies will optimise patient Organized byWorld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 109
  • 120. Oral Presentation care. The aim was to evaluate the effectiveness of an integrative whole system trearment ap- proach to management of pain and disability in Gridhrasi patients. Method: 54 Gridhrasi patients (ages 41.1110.3 years, M: F-27:27 mean duration of illness - L852+25.87 months) receiving individualized treatmenrs from I-AIM Health Care Centre op and IP departments were recruited. Subjects were assessed at the outset) and after each period of treatment, using: theVisual analogue scale (VAS); Straight leg raising test (SLR); and Roland Morris disability questionnaire (RIvlDQ). Statistical Analysis used Excel and Graph pad. Result: 16 subjects dropped out,5 (13.2%) failed to respond to rrearment,Z (lg.Ayo) were borderline non-responders, and 26 (68.4%) showed significant improvements in pain and dis- ability. Analysis divided responders into acute (ill less than six months) and chronic (ill more than six months) cases: the chronic responded better (I5/I7) rhan acute (lll2l).Reductions in VAS scores per treatment period were 2.5 units for Chronic and 3.72 units for,cute patients: reductions in RJVTDQ scores per period were 3.9 for Chronic and,4.7 forAcute. Range of move- ment assessed by SLR also improved. Conclusion: Ayurveda institutions can perform similar studies by keeping standard clinical records, and expand Ayurvedas evidence base. Treatment registers in Ayurveda can be created. These observational results are encouraging and justify further clinical trials using similar inte- grative whole system approaches. l t2ro To evaluate medohar (antiobesity) effect of guggulu by using differ- ent shodhan media Rakesh Bramhankar, Anurag Rajput, Anand Choudharyt I PG RTA Gujrat, yunteda (Jnhtersity Jamnagar Purpose: Obesity is a world wide health problem. Obese patients suffer from various dis-easeslike IHD, steoarthritis, loss of libido etc. Hence this study is ro evaluate the antiobesity effect of Guggulu. Guggulu is well known for its vathar and medohar property (A.S.S. I3ll2). By us-ing different shodhan media like Triphala and Gomutra which enhance its antiobesiry properry,some pharmaceutical process should be developed by which we can obtain high yields and moretherapeutic effect. Shodhan media is also important for decreasing the disintegration time (An-jana Chaube June L994) of guggulu preparations. Sushruta has prescribed Guggulu with Go-mutra in obesity for its karshan property" Gomutra is having pharmacodynamic properties likeKatu, Lavan rasa and Ushna virya and Triphala has atihyperlipidemic and antioxidant effects.Triphala shodhit Guggulu (TSG) has showed weight reduction effect as compared to Gomutrashodhita Guggulu (GSG), but GSG has showed good antihyperlipidemic action (R.A. SinghMarch 2OO3).Method: Pharmaceutical process:Two groups was madeTSG and GSG in three batches.TSGobtained more yield as compared to GSG. GSG is having less sticking property and less disin-tegration time. Clinical Study: 35 patients are selected from RS and BK OpD GAU Jamnagar.Patients are divided in two groups,TSG and GSG ro evaluate anti obesity activiry ofTSG andGSG at the dose of 1 g thrice a day for 30 days with diet control.Result: Shodhan media is important for enhancement of particular action of guggulu and todecrease the disintegration time. TSG showed good weight reduction action in obese patientsand GSG showed significant decrease in total cholesterol level.110 ABSTRACTS . 5th worrd Ayurveda congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 121. Oral Presentatignconclusion: 1) Shodhan media of TsG and GSG are pharmaceutically same but for com-mercial purpose TSG is better. 2) TSG showed good anti obesity action and GSG reducedbiochemical parameters like S. Cholesterol, STriglycerider t2lBMolecular interaction of the ligands of Selaginello moellendorffii with EGFR, responsible for non small cell lung cancerHirakjyoti Deka, Surabhi Johari, Subrata Sinhapurpose: Selaginella moellendoffii (Setaginellaceae) is a perennial herb, being traditionally usedas Chinese folk medicine. Coumarin, a lignanoside, flavone glycosides, and cytotoxic and an-tioxidative biflavones have been found in this plant. In some recent researches, this species hasbeen evaluated for its activity against various types of can-cer- Non Small Cell Lung Cancer(NSCLC) being one of rhem, incidence of which is rising dramatically and it is now the com-monest cause of mortality and morbidity not only in the industrialised countries, but in develop-ing nations like India as well. Here an attempt has been made to see the possible molecular levelinteractions of some selected ligands and one of the mrget proteins of NSCT,C which is EGFR(epidermal growth factor receptor) kinase.Method: Protein Preparation - Active EGFR kinase domain from RCSB Protein data bankdownloaded with PDB id, 2gs2.The active sitesof protein were identified by online soft-ware basis of Lipinskise-Site Finder. Virtual screening of the compounds to get the ligands. On therule of five and Structure Activity Relationship (SAR) properties using OSIRIS property explor-er and Molinspiration. Optimisadon of Protein and Ligand - deleting all hetero atoms Iigandsand water molecules and optimized by minimization of energy by using AutoDockVina. Dock-ing studies- in the software AutoDockVina (MGLTools for Ligand Docking),Visualization ofDocked Complex in PymolResult: One compound named chrysoriol and a group of compounds namely pyrrolidi-noin-doline alkaloids were found to be best possible ligands with drug score 0.8 and 0.92 respec- tively. Conclusion: Through this attempt we can conclude that among the different compounds of Selaginella moellendoffiz, Chrysoriol and pyrrolidinoindoline alkaloid are supposed to be the compounds that might serve as leads in the discovery of drugs against NSCLC. tt22l An applied study on prakruti and its influence on profession Sun ny Patil, Arjunsin gh Bag hel, Rambabu Dwivedi purpose: Prakruti is sum total of structural, functional and behavioural aspects of an indi-vidu- al. There are two types of determinants of Prakruti i.e. Garbha sarira Prakruti (prenatal) which develops during the conception and Jatottar Prakruti (postnatal) which develops after the birth. Garbha sarira Prakruti is unchangeable but the Jatottara Prakruti can be variable. In this Jatottar Prakruti corresponds to persons Jati, Kula, Desa, KalarVaya, and Pratyatmaniyata Profession is ones regular work. It is h5pothetically considered that Profession is individuals Jati which is one of the most influencing factor for Prakruti. Here the aim is to study which Prakruti persons are more appropriate for a particular Profession. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 111
  • 122. Oral Presentation Method: The present study was carried out with following objectives l. To explore the scope of the applied aspect of Prakruti,2.To draw some conclusions about the relation between prakruti and Profession, 3. To give some guidelines in the choice of Profession. For this special research proforma for analysis of Prakruti and a proforma for survey of Profession was prepared. Data was collected by following primary data collection method Result: In this study total 1032 persons have been surveyed from different professional groups. After analyzing the observatiohs it was concluded that Prakruti influences ihe professional life of every individual. It was a general observation that in total results wherever the association of I(apha was seen more) it has shown the better results with higher percentage of acceptabiliry suitabiliry success rate etc. in all the respective Professions. Similarly wherever the association or dominance of Vata dosha was seen, the chances of failure rate were much higher due to its qualities of instabiliry lack of concentrarion etc. Conclusion: Among the Jatottara Prakruti, Jati-prasakta Prakruti can be considered as the na- ture of ones professional Prakruti. tt22:l Antisecretory and antiulcer activities of Ecripta alba Linn. in rats Puneet K samaiya, chandana v Rao,vijay Kumar, sanjeev K ojha, Bavani Eswaran I Pharmacognosy and Ethnopharmacology Division, Narional Botanica! Research Institute (CSIR), Rana Purpose: Eclipta alba Linn. (Asteraceae) is used traditionally in Indian system of medicine as anti-inflammatory, hepatoprotective, hypoglycemic, immunomodulator, in wound heal-ing, and as a potent hair growth promoter. The study was aimed to evaluate the antisecretory and gastro- protective effects of 50% ethanol exrracr of Ecl.ipta alba. Method: Eclipta alba extract (EAE) at 50, IOO and 200 mg/kg was administered orally, twicedaily for 5 days to prevent from, cold restraint stress (CRS), and pylorus ligation (pL) inducedulcers. Antioxidant studies were performed in CRS induced ulcer model. Gastric wall mucusand secretion parameters like volume of gastric juice, acid output and pH were estimated in pLinduced ulcer model. Ranitidine (50 mg/kg, p.o.) was used as positive control for comparison. Result: A dose dependent and significant (p <0.05) reduction in lesion index was observed in ulcer induced rats treated with EAE at various doses when compared with control group in both the models Gastric wall mucus production was significantly (p<0.05) elevated inEAE rreated rats Significant attenuation in lipid peroxidation, superoxide dismutase activity was observed, whereas, catalase enzyme levels were elevated in EAE treated groups. Antisecretory activity of EAE was evidenced by significant reduction in gastric volume, acid output and increase in.gastric pH when compared to their tontrol values.The findings were further supported by his- topathological exam-ination of stomach in both EAE treated and control rats.Conclusion: The results of the present investigation suggest that ethanol extract of Eclipta atbapossesses potent antisecretory and gastroprotective activity. The exact mechanism to be evalu-ated further but in preliminary observation it was thought to be mediated through free radicalscavenging activity.112 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 123. Oral Presentationrt22gEnhanced hepatoprotective activity of piperine loaded optimisedchitosan micro-spheresPrashant Sahu, Deepa Sahu, Deepa SahuPurpose: To converr natural origin drug into targeted drug delivery system) optimising the dos-age form (microspheres containing natural drug) to procure the best dosage form of preparationand to aim a targeted site (liver) so as the maximum amount of drug can reach the targeted sitewith the outmosr motto to achieve the maximum therapeutic effect at desired site (liver) and thedesired aim to avoid the adverse reaction of synthetic drugs system.Method: Method employed is that procurement of drug, followed by extracting its particularcompound, evaluation and characterisation, then proceeds to convert into targeted drug deliv-ery system, followed by optimization of dosage form, then proceeds to pharmacological processof liver targetting.Result: By loading narural drug into optimised targeted drug delivery system remarkable re-sults has been achieved by analysing SGOT (Serum glutamic oxaloacetic transaminase), SGPT(Serum glutamic pyruvic transaminase) and Histopathology profile.Conclusion: The outmost conclusion is that the natural origin drug when convert into tar-geted drug delivery shows significant and remarkable hepatoprotective activity which opens thenew era of treating many hepatic diseases with the foremost aim of avoiding adverse effect ofdrugs, rhus ayurveda proving its utility again in this modern age of medicinal world.rt2:12Enlightenment: the goal of yoga and ayurveda - from philosophy toscienceLothar PircPurpose: The highest goal of the practice ofYoga and Ayurveda as described in classical Vedictexts is the achievement of enlightenment.This paper discusses progress on developing scientificparameters and definitions of the state of enlightenment, and explores research on the effects ofthe practice of the Transcendental Meditation technique on cognitive and physiological func-tioning in relation to this goal.Method: Modern science has identified three major statesof consciousness (waking, sleep,dream) characterised by unique physiological correlates and cognitive experience. Identifica-tion of a fourth major state of consciousness consistent with descriptions of samadhi, resultedfrom studies such as Wallace, Benson and Tilsons A Wakeful Hypometabolic Physiologic State(American Journal of Physiology 19?1). New research indicates sustained development of high-er states of consciousness consistent with descriptions of enlightenment in Vedic literature andsupported by the practices ofYoga and Ayurveda.Result: Progressive improvement in mental and physical function emerge during waking andsleep stares when alternated with 2 daily 20-min. periods ofTranscendental Meditation (TM).Travis, Arenander and Masons work is cited on EEG coherence, power and contingent nega-tive variation (Biological Psychology 2002), psychological and physiological characteristics ofa proposed object-referraVself-referral continuum of self-awareness (Consciousness and Cog- Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 113
  • 124. Oral Presentationnition 2OO4), electrophysiological correlates of higher states of consciousness during sleep inlonger-term pradtitioners of the TM program (Sleep 1997) Conclusion: The6e and other pioneering research efforts address a timely need to develop ascientific basis for understanding and developing higher states of consciousness as outlined inVedic literature and the systems ofYoga and Ayurveda, and as developed in the work of Mahari-shi MaheshYogi. Enlightenment, which in recent times has been seen as impractical to achieveor as a luxury for the philosophically or spiritually inclined, is seen as a necessiry and as the basisfor the creation of a healthy, peaceful and progressive society.I l2i-r0Effect of deworming with Aloe vera - jaggery combination on growthperformance of goats in ThiruvananthapuramAnina Susan Zachariah,Jith John MathewI G oa t. Veter in ar jt H o spit al, Kor uth o de, Kottay amPurpose: KrishiVigyan I(endra - Mitraniketan conducted an on farm testing to determine ef-ficiency of herbal dewormer medication as an alternative to chemical anthelmintics in goats.Method: Herbal dewormer medication (HDM) was prepared by mixing 50 grams of ediblemucilage from Aloe vera leaves with 10 grams of jaggery. Thirty goats selected for trial weredistributed into three uniform groups with regard to number, age, body weight and sex On Othday i.e the start day of trial, Goats in Group I received l0 grams of jaggery, Group II receiveddeworming trearment with 60 grams of HDM and those in Group III received deworming treat-ment as per body weight with a conventional chemical dewormer namely Albendazole mixed in10 grams of jaggery. Body weight were recorded and Blood haemoglobin analysed with cyanme-thaemoglobin method on Oth day before administra-tion of medicines and one month thereaf-ter. Fecal samples were collected on Oth day be-fore administration of medicines and thereafteron 7,14 and 28th day from all goats in the trial to determine egg count per gram (EPG) usingMc Master counting chamber.Result: There was a distinct improvement in the performance of group II and Group III withregard to Group I in average body weight and blood hemoglobin emphasizing the importanceof deworming to improve body weight gain and counter anaemia in goats. There was a distinctreducrion in EPG of group II and Group III with regard to Group I and further the almost simi-lar performance among Group II and Group III suggest that Aloe vera - jaggery combination asHDM can act as an alternative solution to chemical anthelmintics for limiting gastrointestinalparasitism in goats.Conclusion: Anthelminthic action of Aloe vera brought to light by this study opens its po-ten-tial to be used as an eco friendly deworming alternative for goats. l r25t Dhoopana: a scientific conceptKrishnaiah N.amani Purpose: Dhoopana has been followed as a tradition in various religious procedures not only iri tndia all over the globe in.various religions like, Christianiry Islam, Zoroastrians, from the period of BC era. This tradition is based on sound scientific preventive public health principle ll4 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 125. Oral Presentation Awareness of the scientific basis of Dhoopana can disseminate and en-courage the common man to follow this method effectively and prevent many epidemic air borne infective disease. Method: Dhoopana dravyas which are mentioned in Dhoopa kalpa adhyaya of Kashyapa Sam- hita have been identified as organic natural polymers in terms of organic chemistry. And when these polymers are subjected to incomplete combustion (DHOOPANA), they give rise ro sev- eral aerosol form of phenolic compounds like formaldehyde, propylene glycol etc., which are established disinfectants. This would be demonstrated in the presenration with substantial ob- servations made in industrial organic chemistry.Result: Dhoopana karma is being practised in our hospital, in pediatric ward as a routine pro-cedure to prevent the common infectious diseases for the last 3 years. In our observa-tion thefever caused by common infectious agent is by and large prevented.Conclusion: In any religious tradition, Dhoopana is an essential part of worship. Like homa,dhoopana in Indian tradition, loban fumigation in churches, sandal wood fumigation in zoro-astrians temples, will deliver the disinfectants in aerosol form which kills the pathogenic organ-isms present in the environment thus preventing the epidemics which are caused by variousorganisms. So the awareness of this technique among the common man can be an effective andeconomical preventive public health measure. I I2i-rGEffect of ethanolic extract of Paederia foetido Linn.leaves on sexualbehaviour and spermatogenesis in male ratsDevendra KumarPurpose: Paederia foetida Lrnn. (P foetida) is considered to be an aphrodisiac, bur its ability tostimulate sexual behavior has not been reported. In the present study, the effects of an ethanolicextract of P.foetida on sexual behavior and testosterone level in male rats was investigated.Method: Ethanolic extract of the leaves (50,100 and 200 mg/kgbodyweight) was studied fortheir effect on body and secondary sexual organ weight, sexual behaviour, spermatogenesis andserum testosterone level in male albino rats.Result: Oral administration of the extract in albino rats showed pronounced anabolic andspermatogenic effects in animals in the treated groups. The extract significantly increased bothmount and intromission frequency. In addition, it also significantly reduced both mount andintromission latency. These effects were associated with an increase in orientation activity.Conclusion: The extract had a dose-dependent influence on serum testosterone level. The re-sults support the use of P. foetida as an aphrodisiac in traditional medicine.t 1260Ayurveda gram yojna (AGY) - mainstreamline of health and ayurve-da in rural area: an observational studyRaman Ranjan, Ashwani K R SharmaPurpose:To achieve the goal of good rural health the need of incorporation of Ayurveda wasrealized and Ayurveda GramYojna was implemented in Govt. Ayurveda Dispensary of Chhat-tisgarh. Aims were to achieve good public health in rural area, maintain lifesryle ac-cording to Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS I 15
  • 126. Oral Presentation Ayurvedic regimen, promote cultivation and use of medicinal plants, control and prevent en- demic diseases, make national health program successful in those villages. Method: A comparative study was done before and after implementation of AGY from 2009 to 2Ol2 in Govt. Ayurveda dispensary, Gorpar village. Data was collected from the available reports and the records at the Govt Ayurvedic dispensary regarding the operational mechanism and utilisation of the services and their benefits under the AGY. All the data collected were criti- cally analysed and expressed in means. Result: In Gorpar village AGY was implemented since 2009. Increase in number of patients visiting the dispensary old 147 to 301, Female lL26 to t745, male 1365 to 2091before and after respectively. Health camps done 0 and l1 (no. of patients i156),Yoga carnps done 0 and 2, school health camps done 0 and 11 (no of students treated 825), Ayurveda awareness camp done 0 and 3, Plantation of medicinal plant in village 0 and 128, training program for Mitanin 0 and 3 before and after respectively. Before implementation of this yojna there were endemic dis- ease like diarrhea but after implementation there was no any endemic reported. After this yojna dispensary took part in national program like family control program, malaria and T.B. control program, leprosy eradication program. Conclusion: Upgrowing trend shows that Ayurveda $ram yojna is effective program for im- provement of rural heath through Ayurveda. Beside few shortcomings at the quality, quantity and adequacy of the system strength of the services through it, it has a large and positive impgct on the rural health. tt2$7 Physico-chemical profile of Vishwamitra kapal sneha Rohit Prajapat, Kunal Maniar Galib Biswajyoti Patgiri, Pradeepkumar Prajapati Purpose: Vishvamitra I(apala Sneha (VKS), the formulation of Siddha system of medicine, also known as Chairattai Thailam, is maintained in Aryabhishaka and is used for skin dis-eases like eczema and psoriasis.TheVKS has been prepared by three methods viz. using iron net, iron wires and cotton cloth respectively. In each group 5 batches has been pre-pared to find out most convenient and pharmaceutically successful method with its analytical profile. Method: Sample one, two and three were prepared with the reference of Arya Bhishaka,Taila Patana method and GAU Pharmacy method respectively. Quantitative lipid determi-nation, organoleptic and physico-chemical parameters, quantitative tests, chromatographic studies and GC-MS studies. Result: Earthen pot should be preferred to stainless steel vessel. VKS has 17.81% w/w rnois- ture contain, RI is 1.495, and rancidity test negative, ash value 35.066% w/w and iodine value 63.61% w/w. In chromatographic study total 3 spots were found out of which spots having Rf value 0.68 was found common in both visualisation indicates common compound. GC-MS study revealed presence of 5 fatty acids. Conclusion: The percentage of VKS obtained was betwee n 2 to 4To wlw.The percentage of, yield in GAU-Pharmacy method found to be higher in comparison to the other two methods. In GC-MS study, amongst the oleic, pelargenic and myristic acid, the presence of myristic acid makes it very irritating to the skin. 116 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya.Expo 2012
  • 127. Oral Presentationtt270Clinical efficacy of triguna and shadguna makaradhwaja on mad-hurneha (diabetes mellitus)Shraddha Dhundi, Biswajyoti Patgiri, Pradeepkumar Prajapati :purpose: Makaradhwaja is termed as rasayana drug which contributes pramehagna activity(antldiabetic) according to Rasararangini. The study was designed to establish the effrcacy ofthe test drugs in the Madhumeha. (TMMethod: Guduchi Ghana (GG-Control group), Tiiguna and Shadguna Makaradhwajaand SM) and were prepared according to the references of Rasatantrasara- Siddha Prayoga was givensangraha and Bhaishalya Ratnavali A capsule of 250 rng BD before meal with honeyto, Zg days with the follow up of 6 weeks, to total 153 patients and before and after investiga- thetions (viz. hematological, biochemical and histopathological) were carried out To establishefficary statistically unpaired t test, ANOVA test and Dunnetts t test were usedResult: TM group was found highly significant statistically over GG treated group in de-creas- anding IGhudhadhikya i.e.66.260/o,Trishnadhikya, I(ara-Pada-tala-Daha, Kara-Pada-suptataShrama prariri by78.9lo/o,49.82yo,42.24% and49.43Yo respective-ly.The average fastingbloodglucose was reduced by 10.i3 mg/dl, 19.14 mg/dl and 18.03 mg/dl in GG,TM and SM respec-iively and average decrease in post prandial glucose was 15.58, 25.46 and2905 mgldl in GGTM and SM respectively. l.92Yo patients in TM treated gfoup 377% patients in SM treated group and in all 1.96Y" patients were markedly improved. In relation to moderate improvement 1S.SAr of patients treated with GG,4A38yo patients treated withTM, 67 .92% patients treated with SM and 41.83o/o patients in total were benefited by the treatment. Conclusion: Triguna and Shadguna Makaradhwaja were found to be more effecti"ve than Gu- duchi Ghana. Both the groups showed significant to highly significant decrease in subjective as Shad- well as objective parameters as compared to Guduchi Ghana group. Amongst them also guna Makaradhwaja was slightly more effective than theTriguna Makaradhrvaja r 128:l prophylactic and therapeutic measures in yoga for arthritis and spi- nal problems Manoj Nambron Purpose: Arthritis occurs due to improper food habits and indigestion The undigested food the body is absorbed to the blood as impurities and thereby accumulated in different parts of Therapeutic Yoga purifies pancha-koshas by balancing pancha-prana and eliminates the Ama (undijested food) and other impurities with the help ofMSARIYA (Excretory) NADIS Rup- turing of vertebral disc, herniated disc, spondylitis etc compress spinal nerves causing spinal problems. Such cases are attempted to cure by therapeutic yoga Method: For Arthritis, Shad-kriyas (Cleansing process), breathing techniques, yogic postures, pranayama erc are synchronised to activateVisarjya-nadi by channelizing pranic flow. Kriyas like Vamana-dhouthi and Nauli activates Manipuraka-chakra producing suf-ficient Agni to boost digestion. Nauli, Basti (Colon cleaning) and medicines like Triphala-choornam helps in elimi- nation of Ama. Nadis like I(uhu, Vishvodhari and Varuna are stimulated by special breathing techniques including Jalandharabandha, with a certain sequence of asana including Pavanamuk- Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS ll7
  • 128. Oral Presentation tasana and advanced yogamudra. The root cause of spinal problems is diagnosed by tracking the affected nadis, muscles or body parts. Then considering the vertebral portion affected, yoga postures like makarasana, ardha merudandasana, ardha salabhasana, ushtrasana, bujangasana etc was given.These postures expand the vertebrae, increasing blood supply to spinal nelres and discs, correcting skeletal alignment.Result: Subjects having arthritis were given therapeutic yoga with dietary modifications prac-ticed twice a day and appended during consultation ar each stage. Swelling and joint pains de-creased by 2 months.Within 6 months, 70Yo ofthe subjects were cured completely and othersshowed remarkable irnprovement. ufithin 90 days, subjects suffering from prolapsed discs andsciatica were cured completely and those with herniated disc found great relief with occasionaldiscomfort.Conclusion: The self-healing technique of yoga cures and prevenrs the tendency of body tocause such auto immune diseases and reform spine damages. Limitations and risk factors inconventional therapy lead the people to alternative medical remedies like Ayurveda and Yogatherapy. I t:to:tAsvaphalaprakasha - an exclusive manuscript on horses,their diseas-es and ayurvedic treatmentGoli Penchala Prasad,Ala NarayanaPurpose: To explore the scope of Al"urvedic treatments for various diseases of horses de-scribedin classical texts.Method: The entire manuscript was studied and textual details were identified along with in-formation about the author, whorls and other signs of horses indicating good/ bad for-tune,various etiological factors and Ayrrrvedic treatments for diseases of horses along with schematicdiagrams.Result: Animals received good medical care in ancient India. Among the animals, horses weregiven paramount importance, as they are needed by individual, the society and the king in timesof war as in times of peace. Shalihotra the first known veterinarian of the world an expert inhorse husbandry and medicine has written a famous book on Horse diseases and treatment.Based on this many books were further written by many medieval scholars. Asvaphalaprakashais one of those famous treatises on horses with illustrations. This manuscript was recently foundduring the digitisation of the medical manuscripts under the project Collection and Digitiza-tion of Medical Manuscripts from South India, Maharashtra and Madhya Pradesh (CDMM).Author of the manuscript is Himmat bahudur of Anupagiri Gosain, Northern Indias most cel-ebrated ascetic warlord.The scribe isYogaraja. It is a complete guide to the science of horses. Itdeals with the description of various species of horses, auspicious and inauspicious characters ofthe horses, selection of the horses for various purposes, their care in health and disease condi-tion.The manuscript contains 65 folios and 130 pages,43 beautiful colour drawings of horsesshowing various good and bad whorls, to view the body condition of various diseased horses etc.various diseases, their signs, symptoms and treatments are also described.Conclusion: Many of the formulations, schematic diagrams and descriptions found are uniqueand the text is a landmark contribution in ancient veterinary science.1 18 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 201 2
  • 129. Oral PresentationI l:106A study in the effect of Gandha Yukta Padartha (aromatic substances)on some of the aspects of AYUBharat Chouragade lPurpose: Ayu has four components -Sharir, Indriya, Sawa and Atma. Indriya sense the sur-roundings and respond to the stimulus. Ghranendriya receives the sense of Gandha, througharomatic molecules by the stimulation of the nerve endings of the olfactory nerve. Purpose ofthis study is to intervene and interpret the effect of Jatamansi fumes on Blood clotting, ESR,Psuedoacetylcholine esterase some of the parameters vital to Ayu.Method: Jatamansi is one such drug chosen for study used in Dhupan Karma. It is Tikta,I(shaya, Madhur, Laghu, Snigdha, KatuVipak with Bhutagnha Prabhava and is Medhya, Ni-dra Janak. During Dhupan, substances are burnt, which cause its decomposition to some extentand hence pre heated mosquito repellent device (110 degree) was taken with fine powder ofJatamansi root approximately 500 mg. Subjects were made to inhale the fumes by 150 deepbreaths (7-8 minutes). 30 normal male individual in the age group of 25-40 years were selectedand their blood clotting time, ESR flWestergreen Method), Psuedoacetylcholine esterase (de-la-HuegraYesinick and Popper (later modified)) were determined just before and after 30 min-utes of inhalation.Result: The inhalation of Jatamansi fumes caused statistical significant increase in ESR(1.33+0.63, SEd,T=2.11 P <0.05) but its magnitude is very low which remains in normallimits.The enzyme is inhibited significantly by (2.57!1.41, SEd,T= -1.82 P <0.1) which issignificant with alpha error. The change in blood clotting was in significant (0.5+0.39, SEd,T=1.27 P >0.1).Conclusion: Jatamansi fumes have mild cholinergic effect, which proves that the inhalation ofit is non hazardous but effective.I l:lloTo study the efficacy of dashmool taila matrabasti in the manage-ment of pravahikaNeeraj Kumar KharePurpose: To assess the efficacy of dashmool taila matrabasti in management of pravahika.Method: After complete examination and investigations all the patients randomly selected intotwo groups - 1. Experimental group - 30 patients treated with abhyang and swedana poorvakmatra-basti of Dashmool taila Criteria for assessment - A. Subjective Parameters - I Prava-hanamr 2. Malapravrutti matrar 3. Pureesha swaroopr 4. Malaprawutti samkhyalvegq,r 5. Udarshoola, 6. Presence of blood in stool, 7. Agnimandya B. Objective Parameters- 1. Udarsparsha-shawa/Abd. tenderness, 2. JwaraResult: After Assessment of clinical features of each patient on first day and during follow-upthe collected data shown effective in over 50% patient of pravahika.Conclusion: On the basis of observations and results Dashmool taila matrabasti was effectivein management of Pravahika. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 119
  • 130. Oral Presentation l l:lr2Clinicalevaluation of vasant kusumakar ras in the management ofdiabetic retinopathy: a placebo control open clinical studySanjayTamoli, Kuldeep Raj KohliPurpose: To evaluate safety and efficacy ofVasant I(usumakar Ras in Diabetic Retinopathy.Method: A placebo controlled open label clinical study was done on patients of Diabetic Reti-nopathy. A total of 30 patients were divided into 2 groups. In Group A, l5 patients were giventhe drug ryKR) and 15 patients were administered placebo. Patients having good glycemiccontrol and with normal bio-chemical parameters were included in the study. Patients in GroupA receivedVKR in the dose of L25 mg twice daily with warm water for 90 days while patientsin Group B received Placebo in the same dose and for the same period. Subjects in both thegroups A and B were evaluated clinically once after every 15 days while Diabetes profile es-timation was done after every 30 days. Complete ophthalmic examination including Fundusphotographs were done at the beginning and at dre end of 90 days of the consumption of thetrial drug/placebo. All basic bio-chemical parameters were done initially and at the end of thestudy to evaluate the safety.Result: Of the 15 patients receivingVKR (Group A) 4 patients (26.67%) patienti showedno change in the status of Retina while I patient (6.67%) showed deterioration. 10 patients(66.67%) in this group showed improvement in the vision and Retina images ranging from mar-ginal changes to highly significant improvement.In the placebo Group B, 12 patients (80%) showed no change in vision and Retina images while3 patients (20%) showed deterioration. fllle measurement of improvement or deterioration wasdone by gradation of Diabetic retinopathy from the Fundus Photographs. In both groups therewas no significant change in the blood bio-chemical parameters thereby ensuring safetv of thetrial drug.Conclusion: Vasant Kusumakar Ras is effective in the management of Diabetic Retinopathyand is safe in dose of 125 mg twice daily. r t:t2:tA study of effect of neem oil on clinical signs of canine atopyShraddha JoshiPurpose: Due to growing nuclear nature of urban families, pets like dogs are becoming popularcompanions. Skin disorders are common in dogs and is a concern for human coming in con-tact. Natural remedies need to be assessed for long term safety of dogs and humans. There isevidence that in dogs, Neem oil can help with fleas, ticks, intestinal parasites and mange mites.According to Ayurvedic medicine. Neem oil improves the clinical signs of skin disorders. Tostudy its action in canines, further work was required on the efficacy of Neem oil in the treat-ment of canine atopy.Method: Effect of a preparation of Neem oil on canine atopy was assessed in a open, place-bo-controlled trial. Privately owned dogs were used and the clinical signs of atopic dermatitiswere evaluated by rhe owners. For a period of 3 weeks, the dogs daily received application withNeem oil (n = 9) or vehicle (n = 8). During the trial, all dogs were cleaned with the use ofregularbathing shampoo in order to maintain hygiene. To assess the severity of atopic dermatitis, the LzO ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo2012
  • 131. Oral Presentation of skin The sever-clinical signs scored were itching redness, scaling, thickening and stripping cross a 10-cmity of the signs of atopic dermatitis was scored by the owners by marking with ahorizontal line.Reiult: For all five clinical signs, the group-mean improvement, expressed as change of severity group the chang-score over time, was gleater in the test gfoup than in the controlsWithin eaches for the five clinicaisigns were added up to arrive at an overall index of improvement of atopiqdermatitis.The extra improvement caused by the application of Neem oil was significantConclusion: Neem oil can be considered as effective and is beneficial for dogs with atopicdermatitis.I I l|,12Therapeutic use of Nasya karma in different disorders in differentconditiorts: a concePtual studYPiyush Guptapurpose:The purpose of study is to point out different references about the therapeutic indica- and to find outtions of Nasya Karma from scattered literature available in basic Ayurvedic textsthe logic behind those indications. texts onMethod: A theoretical conceptual study based on analytic review of different AyurvedicNasya Karma has been done to point out different therapeutic uses in management of differentdiseases along with different disease condition. In this study, Charaka Samhita, Sushruta Sam- been reviewedhita, Astanga Samgraha, Astanga Hridaya,Yoga Ratnakar, Chakradutta etc have of Ayurvedic prin-thoroughly. After collecting the study material, it was 4nalysed on the basis logic behindciples of treatment as well as of Modern Medical Science to identify the scientificthe indications of Nasya I(arma in different diseases vikara ieResult: The maximum indications of nasya karma were found in urdhwajatrugatasiroroga, nasagata roga, akshi roga and danta roga, probably due to nearby organs functions disorders may be and structures relatej to each other. The indication of nasya in other systemic circulation due to fast absorption of drugs directly in to blood stream through to a rich capillary of nasal tract. It has been also observed that nasya karma has mostly been indicated in different conditions where immediate and fast effect is needed karma is not Conclusion: It can be concluded by the observations that the indication of nasya only available for urdhwajatrugata vikara but also in disorders of different other sys-tems of body i.e. kamala, pandu, hrid roga etc in different texts of Ayurveda l t:160 Evidence based translational research in vascular blocks Laxmikant Kortikar, Vinod Marathet, Sujata Vaidya I Rural Medical College Purpose: Medical tfeatments (Invasive and Non Invasive) have not proved to give lasting results in CAD/IHD and srroke cases which are number two NCD killer diseases in world If patient survives, suffers partial or permanent disability resulting in burden on family and nation R"..rrr.rr""s of symptoms are known. Long term medication carries risk of side effects Our Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS l2l
  • 132. Oral Presentation data shows that more than 5oo/o patients need additional or alternative modality of treatment in Heart attack and sffoke. Reversal of atherosclerosis, dissolving blood clots, Improving tissue perfusion and collateral circulation as well as achieving total relief in shortest possible with functional stability has been always the main time along aims of therap.v. There is a global need for such system which is practical, scientific, affordable, u...p,rbl., accessible and easily available. Method: Integrate in a holistic protocol best in modern medicine, Ayurved and life style chang- es Allopathic medications are continued to begin with and later tapered/stopped depending response. Avurvedic formulation cap suved (FDA on approved) i, ;;;;r;., lation with natural nutritional supplement cap. Reimmugen(FDA di.;ar formu_ ap-proved) and cow colos- trum (containing various immunoglobulins and growth factors) Result: Patients start responding clinically in 7-10 days. Treatments are continued for 3-4 months and stopped Allopathic medication is tapered/ itoppea as per need of pa-tient. Few up for more than 5 vrs are functionally rt"ui. and asymptomatic after stopping ffj|}l*Jfd conclusion: Remarkable results are seen clinically, functionally, and on investigation pa-ram- eters like ECG, stress Test, 2-D-Echo, stress Thallium Scan, coronary Angios"rrpiry, colour Doppler studies, MRI and cr scan. The medicines have been used in otherwise healthy pa- tients having diabetes and hypertension and have shown remarkable regression to normal in atherosclerosis plaques. I I l|6,1 Efficacy of comprehensive ayurveda management of vertebral disc lesions by panc[karma therapies and herbLminerar formurations Narayan JadhavPurpose: vertebral disc lesion i.e. spondylosis (cervical /Thoracic /Lumbar) and pID affecrsnearly 80% of population. It is the most common cause of job related disability lead-ing tomissed work and second most common neurological ailment. As per the modern managementis concerned, there is no established treatment for it, except surgical inter-vention, which causecomplications and side effects.The present studyhas focus on the effectiveness of panchkarmacombined with shamana therapies. Method: The study was conducted in 100 clinically diagnosed patients of vertebral disc lesions.These patients were randomly selected and divided i" io ,*o groups; I. patients having cervi-cal lesion were kept on Panchkarma (udvartan andvalukasveda snehan, Swedan,vamankarm,Tiktksheer Basti, Greevabasti, Nasyakarma.) II. Patients having lumbar lesions ware kept on(udvartan andValukasveda Snehan, Swedan,virechankarm,Tiktaksheer basti, Katibasti, Nasya-karma) After that both groups were kept on oral drugs such asThb. Arogyavardhini-250mg BID,and rab Panchtiktakgrithguggul -25omg BID. with iocal abhyanga and nadisveda for I month.Result:The patient was assessed after completion of treatment and follow up was done.The in-cidence of presenting features was worked out and the severities of the symptom were recordedstatistically in each case and data were analysed. Both groups showed im-provement in signs andsymptoms signifi cantly.conclusion: vertebral disc lesions are progressive degenerative conditions in which vata at itsown Ashaya (Asthi-Sandhi) gets provoked and as it bel,ongs to Madhyam Rogamarga rreatmenrbecomes challenging This attempt possibly finds solutions which can delay or even prevenr122 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 133. Oral Presentationsurgical intervention as sandhis are sites of Marma- It is an effective, simple, safe, treatmentmodality for vertebral disc lesionl t:170Evaluation of tablet hrudayrog chintamani in management of coro-nary artery diseaseRahul Palshetkar, Supriya Bhaleraol, Akshaya Chhallani, Amit Khandare1 Tbpiwala National Medical College,2 Terna Salryadri Hospital of death glob-Purpose: Coronary Artery Disease is forecasted to be the most common causeaily,ty 2O2}.Theonly standard care of treatment (scT) for cAD i.e. GABG/PTCA is invasive of CAD except medi-and expensive.There is no established medical management for reversion rWe propose cost effective herbo-mineral preparation with the com-cal mainte.rance of CAD. + will avoidplere protocol, expected to cost US $ 500 against the cost of SCT : US 2000 ;which patients. The,therapy wouldCABG/PTCAand the recurrence of CAD in post CABG/PTCAbe beneficial for the contraindicated conditions of CABG/PTCA. patients in pilotMethod: This is an open single arm, prospective study with sample size of 20 patients in the age group ofstudy (2 years) ana zoo in the final study (5 yrs). Established cAD Disease, proximal l-AD15-60, having LVEF >31d/o are recruited.The patient having Left Main LVESV>disease >66yo,other cardiac dysfunctions like M& LeftVentricular Aneurism,VSD60 ml are excluded.Investigations include CAG (Day 0 and after 12 months),2 D EchoTMT(BSI-/HbAIc in stable DM2) and RFTILFT every 4 months in cA block-Result: Interim analysis reveals major findings including 1) significant reduction age with improvement inTMT, 2D Echo and QOL, 2) statistical data of Dosha predominance of stress factor in in cAD, male to female ratio. 3) Ayurvedic etiologies of cAD with prevalence majority of cases,4) safety data of drugs after prolong administration of Ayurvedic Conclusion: Confirmation of reversion of CAD with improvement in QOL, No safety issue follow up, (though protocol includes herbomineral preparations), Challenges like recruitment, but the salient observations will be discussed in details, It is not a single drug or herbomineral disease like CAD complete Ayurvedic protocol proves effective in reversion ofTridoshtmaka ttil72 Clinical trial to assess the efficacy of Shodhan karma and Herbomineral compound in the management of Mandalakushtha w.s.J.to psoriasis Gopesh Mangal,Gunjan Garg, Radhey Shyam Sharma t SSS.43turuedic College,z SRKR4U purpose: There is no disease in Ayurveda, which can exactly be correlated with Psoriasis The Psoriasis of mod- desc^ription and characteristic features of Mandala Kushtha are near to the ern science. In India an esrimared 0.8% of the population is suffering from Psoriasis It is a papulo-squamous disorder of the skin, characterised by sharply defined erythemato-squamous and exacerbation lesions. It is notoriously chronic and is well known for its course of remission The exact etiology is still unknown. This study aims to explore the role of Shodhana ffamana andVirechana) in management of the disease. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 123
  • 134. Oral Presentation Method: Forty patients, fulfilling the inclusion and diagnostic criteria, were selecred and ran- domly divided into four groups with 10 patients in each group. In Group A, Vamana and Vi- rechana was administered once during the trial period. In Group B, Vamana and Virechana followed by Dermo-care in the dose of 5 g bd was administered for a period of 2 months, In Group C, only Dermo-care was administered. In Group D, modern medicine Thb. Neotrexate (Methotrexate 7.5 mg/week (2.5 mg for three times at 12 hourly 8 pm 8 am g prn/week) was given under the supervision of a Dermatologist. Result: Marked improvement was observed in 10% of the patients only in Group B. Mod-erate improvement was observed in 2O%o of the patients in Group A, g)yo in Group B, and gO% in Group D. Mild improvement was observed in 80% of the patients in Group A,looyo in Group C, and 20% n Group D No one was observed to have minimal/no r.rporrr. toward therapy in any group.Conclusion: Shodhana (Vamana andVirechana) independently have shown much better resultsthan tbe patients treated with Shamana therapy (Dermo-care yoga). Neorrexate (Methotrexate)independently have shown much better results than the patients treated with Shodhana (Va-mana a"CVirechana) alone or Shamana therapy (Dermo-care yoga) alone. Shodhana (Vamanaand Virechana) followed by Shamana therapy (Dermo-care) have shown better results than thepatients treated with Shodhana (Vamana andVirechana), Shamana theraby (Dermo-care yoga)or modern medicine alone. r t:t76Antenatal care integrated with vedic methodology: a solution to mi-nrmtse common pregnancy problems caused because of lifestyleAnkita Bohare, Ramba bu Dwived i, Ma hesh ku mar VyasI Institute for Post Graduate Tbaching and Research in.4LjturvedaPurpose: The present study was intended to determine the efficacy of antenatalVedic prescrip-tion concerning lifestyle practices, in reducing the common pregnancy problems.Method: There were two groups consisting of 100 patients in each group. Tp Group (Trainingprogramme) was put on Supervised training programme (Integrated Education and practiceProgramme for Preconception and Antenatal stage (IEPPA)) as per guidelines ofVedic meth-ods throughout the gestational period. Parameters were compared with same number of control(non training) NTP Group.Result:The result reveals that theTP group subjects showed significant improvement in weightgain and haemoglobin levels (P<0.0001). Amniotic fluid index was observed ade-quare in bothgroup while in TP group, AFI was significantly higher, similarly blood glucose levels were alsoremained in normal range with a significant lower value for this group cases. The stress levelswere very low inTP group compared to those of NTP (P<0.0001). Other pregnancy relatedhealth problem such as morning sickness like nausea and anxiety were considerably reduced inTP group, similarly other symptoms such as insomnia, constipation and sweating were foundto be very low in TP group. The TP Group also reported considerably lesser occurrences ofurinary tract infections as compared to NTP group. Conception success was compared throughChi-square test in experimental and control group. By reducing delayed fertiliiy and miscar-riages, developed training programme was reported to be effective for achieving successful con-ception in experimental group than control group with x2=10.79 (chi square value) at I degreeof freedom, that exceeds from x2=3;841(5%) andx2= 6.635 (lo/r).t24 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 135. Oral Presentation be adapted by young couplesConclusion: Prescription of prenatalVedic procedures may safely pregnancyThe designed practices ensure successful and healthytlil77 in theClinical evaluation of Amritadi kwatha along with pranayama :managment of Tamak swas W.Sor. to bronchial asthmaSaurabh PurwaL Raini Sushma, Suiata Yadav1 A and. UTibbia College, Karol Bagh, N Delhi provide instant relief fromPurpose: Modern medicine is rapidly developing medications that and complications of cortico-symptoms, but the hazards of beta agonists, ,oti"iay of xanthenes management of bronchial asthmasteroids prompt the search for alternative modalities in the herbal drugs asThe present work evaluates easily available, inexpensive and non-controversialwell as Pranayama in the management of bronchial asthma 3 gfoups I st Group wasMethod: For this clinical study 60 patients have been divided into 3rd Group was treated with trialtreated with trial drug and 2nd Group with standard drugThe patients -ie 20 each The short-list-drug and Pra.rayamalAll the groups have equal number of questionnaire including the history clini-ed patients were diagnosed on the basis of a detailed was further confirmed usingcal examination as well as laboratory investigations. The diagnosis test ie 15olo increase spirometer. Diagnosis has been made accorilrrg,o bronchial.reversibility as well as objective in FEV| after 15 minutes of two puffs of a adrenergic agonist Subiective graded in to Ol2 3 Patients parameters werg adopted for assessing the response of trial drugs were advised to practice the anulom vilom pranayama BD 10m deviation, p value, p value Result: Results were discussed on basis of % improvement, standard foreg.NBT,Nl,Yoimp,SD.,t,p,result,-GroupIII18205I333512046665 < 0.001 HS whereas Conclusion: Group I and III shows significant improvement in clinical symptoms FUNCTIONTESTS Group III patients also showed marked irip.ou"-"rrtln PULM9NARY a definite additive ef- (FEVI, FVC, PEFR). It was observed thai anulom vilom pranayama has swasa (bronchial asthma) as shown fect with standard drug therapy in the treatment ofThmak by the subjective and objective assessment I l:184 Effect on lipid profile in healthy persons after classicalvardhaman smehapan theraPy with cows ghee Monica MulaY for many func- Purpose: cholesterol is an important factof in human body and responsible like ghee, oil, butter margarine etc dons. Rise in its value is co-related with intake of fat in diet a;; ;, ;; irrtegrat part of traditional Indian diet. In Ayurveda different unctuous substances as well as Ueating diseases like ghee, oil, vasa, majja have a special role in maintaining health which includes differ- Amongst six tfeatmeni modalities, Snehana is an important modality Vicharana Avapeedaka etc ent types of Sneha with different effects like Shamana, Shodhana Snehana and Swedana Cleansing therapies likeVamana andVirechana need the pre-procedure There is a unique pattefn of consumption of sneha iike ghee or oil in increasing dose Eg 50 Pradesh ABSTRACTS 125 Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya
  • 136. Oral Presentation ml, 100 m1, 150 ml,etc. Due to such type of consumption of Sneha, the precipitation of doshas occurs and they can be removed from the body by appropriate cleansin! therapy. During this phase of 3 to 7 days,large amount of Sneha ir .orrrrr-"d like 600 m1.,750 ml., 1000 ml., etc.To observe the effect of such type of Sneha on lipid profile was the main objective of the study. Method: This study was carried out at Seth Thrachand Ramanath Charitable Hospital, pune, Maharashtra. 30 Healthy individuals were selected for the study. Do.rrrrr*t";tJ Prakruti, Ashtavidha Parikshan, etc. was done according to pre-defined ;;;J;; case record form. Lipid profile was measured before starting Snehapana with Cows ghee (I(atraj Dairy, pune, Maha- rashtra, India). Lipid profile was performed for the second time after completion of Snehapana. Lipid profile was again performed (for the third time) after 15 days of trearment. Result: After the detailed statistical analysis, no significant increase in cholesterol values was observed in any of the patients. Conclusion: Vardhamana snehapana does not alter the lipid profile and has no impact on cho- lesterol values. r l:t87 Translation of ancitint Ayurvedic texts bhasma and examination of bhasma through modern scientific techniques Bal Ram singh, Easwaran Ravindran, Koyel Ghosal, sirisha Mukkavali, David Manke Purpose: The purpose of the study was to search for original Ayurvedic texts for testable scien- tific knowledge, translation of the texts into English, and collaboration with modern scientists to test the Ayurvedic products described in the texts. Method: sre collaborated with Sanskrit scholars at Jawaharlal Nehru University, and identi- fied an Ayurveda text, Rasayanasara, for translation. After translation, the chemicai processes described were presented to chemists at the University of Massachusetts Dart-mouth. Rajat bhasma were obtained from two commercial sources in India, and their chemical analysis was carried out Biological function of the bhasma was also examined with single layer cell culture to examine if the bhasma can disrupt the tight junctions between the cells. Result:The Rasayanasara text describes the preparation of bhasma in extensive details.The Ra- jat bhasma obtained from the commercial source was subjected to chemical elemental analysis which showed the presence of following element for the Rajat Bhasma: C l.6go/o,H = 0.56o/o, N = 028%,5 = 14.41%o,Ag = 6584yo, Hg = 1458 ppm.These results suggest that = there are other elements involved, as the quantities of elements present is still 20% short.The results were similar for the two commercial Rajat bhasma products. Scanning electron microscopy analysis of the bhasma showed particles as small as I micrometer. There were significant differences inthe size and shape of the particles. The bhasma particles have been sorted for homogeneity andare being examined for their activity on the tight junctions of the human bronchial epithelialcells for assisting in the translocation of the small organic molecules.Conclusion: Methods described in ancient texts appear to produce reproducible products evenwhen they are prepared by different manufact,r..rr. The particles obtained border with nanoparticles in size.The preparation chemistry of bhasma particles is not yet clear, and needs fur-ther examination.126 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 137. Oral PresentationI t:lB!|Herbal drying: a novel quality assurance practiceRajesh PrabhakaranPurpose: Collecting and drying the herbs in available season and storage is the inevitable partof the industry to cater the need of customers. Different methods of drying are adopted inindustries like drying in direct sunlight, shade dr-ving, electric drying, and steam drying etc.Though shade drying is considered as the best, in large scale it will hinder the supply chain.Pharmaceutical modifications of traditional procedures had direct impact over the quality ofmedicine, hence to standardise the product from grass root level and to overcome the qualityvariation by different types of drying; our team developed a proxy for shade drying in collabora-tion with Agricultural University, Coimbatore named as Solar Tunnel. This Paper aims at thecomparative study of sample dried by shade drying, sun drying and by using SolarTunnel.Method: Herbs collected by Good Collection Practice from own organic farm were purifiedby Standard Operating Procedure, disinfected by approved disinfectant and the cleaned herbswere divided into three equal parts and_each sample dried in shade, sun and by using solar tun-nel respectively. After drying, the samples were compared based on qualiry drying duration andmanpower.Result: It was observed that the sample dried by using solar tunnel dries quickly, retains actualcolour and active components when compared to sun drying. The sample dried un-der shaderetains colour and active components but takes more manpower and duration.Conclusion: It is concluded from the above study that solar tunnel drying method is com-para-tively better for herbal industries in large scale without modifications of traditional procedures.l1405Role of SpatialTechnologies in Public Health care w.s.r.to AyurvedaAvijit Jhat Ayurzteda Medical Officer (Chhanisgarh Govt), specialized therapy center, CHC, Magarlod Distt. DhThe great potential of spatial technologies-Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and remotesensing (RS)- to benefit the public health care is just now beginning to be realised. This is animportant new area of research that is hybrid between geography and medicine dealing withthe geographic aspects of health and health care. Medical Geography or Health Geography areother terms for this discipline. It studies the effect of locale and climate upon health. It aimsto improve understanding of various factors which affects the health of population and henceindividuals.This area studies human ecology and health on the surface of the earth, with an analytical studyof the world patterns of disease distribution and their culturaVenvironmental interactions, aswell as alterations of disease patterns because of developments in various cul-tures. Clinical andadministrative information can be disseminated in a visual and geo-graphic manner. This healthdata can be easily accessed using an intranet or the internet.Spatial technology has continued to be used in public health for epidemiological studies since1854. By uacking the sources of disease and the movements of contagious, agencies can respondmore effectively to outbreaks of disease by identifuing at-risk populations and targeting interven-tion. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS L27
  • 138. Oral Presentation In this paper, we present the applications of spatial technologies for conducting health policy research. We will explore how the geography of health is responding to change and what the agenda for future research will be. The aim of this paper is to explain a new and better approach for calculating spatial accessibility to public health care services with the help of Ayurveda pro- fessional. Ir4tt lnfluence of date of sowing on biochemical parameters and yield of Chandra sur (Lepidium sativum Linn.) Anubha Upadhyay, Swarnalata Gajbhiye, A S Gontia, Archna, Preeti Sagar Nayalc Alpana Singh Chandrasur (Lepidium satiaum Linn.) is important cultivated medicinal crop of Madhya Pradeshbelonging to the family Cruciftare and also commonly known asrJ/ater cress and Garden cress. Afield experiment was conducted during Rabi season 2009-10 at Depart-ment of Plant Physiol-ogy, INKW,Jabalpur. The experiment was laid out in randomized block design with four rep-lication and five different date of sowing viz; I4th October, 2l October,2gth Ocrober, 6th No-vember and 14 November.The data revealed that dates of sowing showed a significant variationin chlorophylla, chlorophyllb, total chlorophyll (a+b), carotenoid, chlorophyll,a/b, ratio andchlorophylVcarotenoid ratio. Maximum chlorophyllawas estimated at 30 DAS in 14th Octo-ber (0.95) Maximum chlo-rophyll b rvas estimated at 75 DAS in 29th October (l . I 5) . Simi-larly, maximum carotenoid content was estimated at 90 DAS in 6th November (0.69). Othervalues likewise total chlorophyll (a+b) at 75 DAS in 29rh October (1.55), chlorophyll alb ratioat 30 DAS in l4th October (3.23) and chlorophyll/carotenoid ratio at 30 DAS in 2lst October(3.75) respectively. Different sowing dates casted significant effected on nutrient status in seedat maturity 14th October outperform over other sowing dates in context of nutrient estimates;maximum values are as protein (8.03%), carbohydrates (3,92Yo),fat (18.00%), fibre (lg.l5%),ash (6.41%), mucilage (10.19%), rnoisture (3.03%), but 2lst October registered higher sinapicacid (0.0138%). As far as yield attributing parameters are con-cerned, 14th October exhibiteda superior performance among other sowing dates with recorded values of seed yield (9.16 q/ha) and harvest index (13.10%).The significant improvement in physiological and biochemicalatffibutes expressed as superior yield attributing parameters which resulted in maximum eco-nomic yield of Chandrasur crop. Thus 14th October was the optimum sowing time of Lepidiumsativum for higher economic yield.I I,ll 6Study of Tooth Extraction in old age person by Jalandhar Bandh yogaRajesh Kumar Mishra, Ashutosh Dwivedi, Jaysukh MakwanaJAL{NDHARA BANDHAYOGA (BY) can be used to perform what can be termed as yogicsurgery Painless tooth extraction without local anaesthesia can be performed.Thousands of pa-tients have been treated successfully with this method. The present study provides dara from 22patients highlighting the fact that this technique can be used successfully in old people also.Specific study was done in tooth extraction by JBY in old age persons of age group 60 to 80years.It was found that the procedure could be performed successfully. JBY is one of the meth-ods of HathawayYoga.128 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 139. Oral PresentationBandha means to join togelher or to catch hold of. It is a posture in which certain organ or partsof body are contracred and controlled. Bandha means holding or catching and refer to thq pro-cess of contracdon of certain organs of the body and controlling the flow of prana.An ancient timesrYogis used the technique of Jalandhar bandha for treatment of many dis-easeof eye, ear, nose and oral cavity since old days.This technique is continued to be used atAyurve-da dental department. With the use of this Jalandhar bandha, the root of tooth is desensitised ,and extraction can be done without the patient feeling sensation of pain.The IBY Regulates the flow of blood and prana to the heart the glands in the neck and the headtogether with brain.Total22 patienr is selected for study if age between 60-80 years age group and we used Jaland-har bandh yoga in the patient for the extraction of tooth and we got wonderful result that 17patient have 0 degree pain during tooth extraction and 5 patient have I degree pain so we canproudly say that we got 77.27% patient of old age that have no painThis is the great success of ancient Ayurvedic dentistry in painless tooth exuaction on old agepatient.Conclusion: Pain due to its subjective nature s incredibly difficult to record accurately howeverthe combination of verbal analysis and video recordings of patients with a standardized datacapture form leads to a firm conclusion that the extraction of teeth byJBY is successful pain freeprocess in the vast majority of patients. The study shows a success rate of 77.27% of patients.video evidence demonstrates suc-cessful extraction on a variety of patients regardless of age sexdental mobility and anxiety the recording of a successful extraction on an anxious patient is ofcrucial importance as psychologically it has been identified as a key element that impacts dentalpain.I l,l2OStudies of chemical composition and some functional properties ofAchyranthes ospera (Sans. Apamarga) seeds from Sri LankaR Madanayaket, D Rajapakse2, S Wimalasena3I (Jnhtersity of Kelaniya, GampahaWi.ckramarachchi,4jrurveda Institute,Yakkala, Sri Lanka,2 IndustrialTbchnology Institute (Successor to C I S I R), Colombo 7, Sri Lan-ka,3 Department of Chemistry, Uniztersity ofKelaniya, Sri LankaAchyranthes aspera is a weed plant growing in Sri I-anka and it is very common in dry-zone area.It belongs to Amaranthaceae famTly. Aclryranthes aspera seed is reported to have high nutritionaland therapeutic value. It has anti-oxidant activity too.These seeds are used as a food supplementby hermits who meditate in jungles. Therefore this study was aimed at the formulation of nutri-tious food supplement of therapeutic value. It is reported that there are rhree Achyranthes asperavarieties in Sri I-anka. According to theThin Layer chromatographic studies, we have found outthat varieties referred to as Achyranthes aspera (Rath Karal haba and Gas Karal haba in Sinhala)are the same. Cyathula prostrata is referred to as Bim karal haba in Sinhala. Nutritional valuesreported in this paper are therefore those pertaining to Gas Karal haba and Rath Karal haba,InGas Karal haba the percentage (g/100g) of moisture (I0.2 + 0.2), Protien (28.2 +0.3), fat (4.6+ 0.2),ash (3.8 + 0.1), crude fibre (3.7 + 0.1) and carbohydrates (49.5 t 0.2) were determinedusing AOAC methods; oven drying, Kjeldhal method, soxhlet extraction, ashing in muffle fur-nace at 550o C, Acid and alkaline hydrolysis followed by ashing and carbohydrates by differ- Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 129
  • 140. Oral Presentation ence respectively.The amounts of minerals (mg/100 g) are as follows; potassium (348 + 0.1), Calcium (44 + 0.5),Iron (0.004 + 0.0), Zinc (3.74 + 0.04), Copper (0.69 t 0.06), Manganese (0.7 t 0.01) and Magnesium (106.13 t 1.36) which were determined using atomic absorption spectroscopy. Phosphorus content (10.8 +- 0.1) mg/100 was determined using vanado Mo- lybdate method.The percentage (mg/l00 g) of total sugar (2.53 ! 0.040) and reducing sugar (1.9a + 0.006) was estimated using Lane and Eynon method and starch was determined using Acid hydrolysis.The total dietary fibre (18.75 10.140) g/100 gwas estimated using enzyme digestion method; soluble and Insoluble dietaryfibre (1.87 I 0.021), (l6.BB t 0.160) g/100 g respectively.In Rath I(aral haba, nutritional data analysed are as follows.The percentage (g/100 g) of moisture (13.84 + 0.11), Protein (25.47 + 0.03), Fat (3.63 + 0.13), Ash (4.0 + 0.49) and Carbohydrates (52.83) by difference respectively were determined using AOAC methods. The percentage of Dietary Fibre, Soluble fibre, Insoluble Fibre, reducing sugar, total sugar and starchwere (18.75 + 0.14), (1.84 t O.O2), (16.88 + 0.16), (18.3 t 0.01), (2.53 ! 0.04), (6.00 t 0.01) 9/100 g on drybasis.The amounts of minerals (mg/100 g) are Copper (0.68 t 0.006), Manganese (0.7 t 0.01), Magnesium (105.13 + 1.36),Irpn (0.0042 t 0.0005), Potassium (j47 + 0.500), Calcium (43 + 0.500),Zinc (3.05 + 0.04),respectively. Phosphorus contentis (10.5 I 0.057) mg per 100 g. According to the above results it is seen that there are only slight differ- ences in analytical figures in Gas karal haba and Rath karal haba. The anti-oxidant,activity and anti-nutritional factors of Achyranthes aspera were determined. Qualitative tests for alkaloids, saponins, tannins and steroids were carried out. Alkaloids content is (1.90 t 0.15) mg/g and it was determined after extraction with methanol and chloroform. Saponins which were extracted with aq ethanol and n butanol is (185.92 ! 0.37) mg/g,Thnnis and Ster:oids were absent.Total an-ti-oxidant activity determined using ABTS free radical assay calculated, as trolox equivalent is 5.25 mg/ pmol. According to the above results Achyranthes aspefa has a high nutritional value with a substantial antioxidant properties. Therefore it can be used to formulate a nutritional food supplement with therapeutic properties. t1428 Chikunguniya and its management in Ayurveda S Sreejith t Medical Director, S AV M.4jturaeda Hospital and Research Cente,Vaooakkaou, Kerala, India - 690528 The effect of Ayurvedic Jwara chikitsa was studied clinically on more than 400 subjects suf- fering from Chikungunya recently in SAVM AYURVEDA CHIKILSAL,AYAM.The treatrnent adopted was found to be highly effective in combating the disease. Most of the chikunguniya patients received Rasnashuntyadi kadha, Godanthi Bhasma,Tab. Amritha Guggulu, Agnithunti vati and Dhanyaka ushnodaka. Most of the patients showed improvementin 24 hrs after the administration of drugs. Temperature came to normal in 36 hrs. Pain and tenderness in joints came down gradually in 48 hrs. Even though the morbidity of the disease subsides drastically, the arthritis and the joint stiffness continue to bother them to some extend for 4 to 6 weeks and need palliative treatment for 2 months. Chikunguniya being a viral disease lacks effective treatment in conventional system of medicine. The Ayurvedic approach towards it is as Vathika Jwara and Amavatha. The treatment principle of jwaraghna, amavathahara, deepana, pachana and shodhana works effectively in relieving clinical symptoms. 130 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 141. Oral PresentationI1,156A Study on the relationship between Rakthaheenatava (Anaemia)and female infertilityPriyadarshani Wgal,Wakkumbura Hp2 :1 Demonstrator, GampahaWickramarachchiAyurveda Institute, (Jniztersity of kelaniya,Yakkala. Sri Lan,2Senior lecturer, GampahalVickramarachchi Ayuroeda Institute, Unhtersitg oJ kelaniya,Yakkala, SrAbout one third of all infertility is attributable to a female factor. It is timely that serious studieson female infertility be carried out.The present study on the relationship between Rakthaheena-tava (Anaemia) and female infertility is done from the Ayurvedic point of view. Among manyfacrors causing infertility Rakthaheenatava (Anaemia) occupies an im-portant place. For theabove study a random sample of 40 femal e (20-40 years) with children after one year of mar-riage were selected. Data was collected from relevant clinical test and questionnaires as well asinterviews. Many aspects such as age, duration of the mar-riage life, job index, food, monthlymenstrual cycle and menstrual discharge quantities, physiological factors, education level andeconomic state were taken in to consideration. Apart from these, data from clinical test wereutilised. It was well revealed that 75% of the sample suffered from Rakthaheenatava (Anaemia).Thus it was concluded that Rakthaheenatava (Anaemia) has exerted a significant effect on theincidence of infertility. In addition many factors contributing to Rakthaheenatava (Anemia)were revealed. Among them the main causal factor seems to be inadequate nutrition. It alsocould be concluded that exces-sive menstrual discharge, mental condition, low economic leveland poor education were contributory factors.I l,l0l!Development and standardization of Dhanvantari personality inven-tory (DPl)VaidyaVt1 RMq Sushrutha ayuntedic medical college €t hospital, BangaloreAyurveda emphasizes analysis of Prakiti state before the evaluation of diseased condition.This isbecause, if we know the normal physiological state of the body it is very easy to guide the patientto avoid sickness and possible derangements and one can also promote ones positive health byadvising proper and suitable way of life and food habits for particular seasons.The present studywas designed to assess the prakiti of a person with respect to ahara, vihara and vichaara andwith respect to physical features of the body.The questionnaire and the checklist were developedaccording to the dyurvedic scriptures and were studied on school students between 10 to 17years of age of both the sexes. Total of 350 students were taken for the test for validation of theinstrument and 100 students among the 350 students were retested for checking reliability ofthe instrument after 10 days with the same questionnaire and checklist. Data analysis was doneusing SPSS version and the results showed that there is a strong reliability for the questionnaireat r=.9126 (0.001) using both split-half and spearman co-efficient tests and a strong validationwith r= ].000 through a clinical evaluation method. The result for the checklist showed valid-ity of r=0.52 (p<0.001) with respect to physicians evaluation and a reliability co-efficient of r=1.000 using both split-half and Spearman co-efficient tests. Organized byWorld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 131
  • 142. Oral PresentationI lzl6rlContributions of Ayurvedic medicines on healthpolicies in ColombiatodayHernando Salcedo FidalgoThe so-called "Alternative Medicines", are today in Colombia an object of debate, definition andregulation. The Ayurvedic medicine has arrived to the Americas via traditional Indian knowl-edge and cultural expressions and practices. Ayurveda has been expanded in South America andColombia, thanks to small groups of therapists trained in countries other than India, where theAyurvedic tradition has been fruitful. Nowadays in Americas, the Ayurveda-phylosophyisone ofthe greatest sources for public health orientation, inspired on the discourses of alternative and/or complementary medical practices. The purpose of this paper is to show how it is possible toarticulate the Ayurvedic Medicine concepts with the implementation of health public policiesin Colombia, adjusted to conceptions of the current legislation, regulations and optimizationof "Ley de Thlento Humano en Salud" (Health Human tlent Law). This work is a review ofthe proposals discussed in local scenarios fort he implementation of health public policies inColombia as well as Colombian health priorities confronted with general conceptions of theAy-urvedic Medicine lifestyles.I I465Pippali rasayana clinical experienceT M U Varierl1 Kottakkal AryaaaidyasalaHospital and research centre,Thrikkakara po Kochi, Kerala, IndiaPippali (Piper longum) is a commonly used non contioversial Ayurvedic drug. Ayrrrvedic classicaltexts mention it in various pathological conditions. Rasayana properties of this drug is highly ap-preciated by all acharyas. Management of chronicTHAMAKA SWASA andVATHASONITHAis a tough job for general practitioners. In this work a humble attempt has been made to studythe clinical benefit of Pippali rasayana in the management ofThamakaswasa andVathasonitha.Five cases of each disease selected in each group, and after preliminary sneharswedana andsodhana, Pippali choorna is administered to patients for 15 to 20 days, with special diets. Allpatients are evaluated for symptoms on the basis of Ayurvedic symptomatology before treatmentand after treatment. In the study it was found that pippali can be administered to patient, asrasayana after minimum panchakarma.Thamakaswasa andVathasonitha cases responded posi-tively to pippali rasayana therapy. Though a complete cure is not possible, significant reductionin symptoms can be achieved by this procedure. rt41i7Tectono Grandisleaves used as a natural indicator in acid base titra-tionsMahesh M.Vazargekart, Sujata S Bansodel1 Nanded Pharmacy College, Nanded Maharashtra (India)Sagwan orTeak (Tbctona grandis) is a tall and handsome deciduous tree. Its botanical family isVerbenaceae.It is called sagon saigon, saj, taku, kayum, etc in local languages. It grows well in 132 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 143. Oral Presentation central and southernwarm climate and well-drained soil. It grows naturally in Myanmar and foothills from BengalIndia and is propagated artificially in the Indo-Gangetic plains, and the as an avenue ffee trt growsto Haryana and Punjab on comparatively lesser scale, especially the teak tree contain ahappily in low height plains to the foothills up to 800 m. Ttre leaves of of Burma use thered dye, which in Malabar was formerly ,rsed to dye silk and cotton Nativesleaves as plates, to wrap up parcels and for thatching. The present study reported the use of Tbctona grandis leaves extract as an acid base indicator in different type of acid base titrations - tool forThe natural indicator was found to be a very useful economical, simple and accuratethe said titrations.I t4Gf)Gomparative pharmaceutico: analytical study of swarna makshikashodhana by 5 different methodslyshwarya H Sr, Pallavi Y C2t pG Scholar, Dept of PG studies in Rasashastra, J S S ,4yuraeda Medical College, Mysore,z Lecturer, Dept ofPG studies in Rasashasta,J S S Ayuroeda Medical College, Mysore Rasayanagrya andSwarnamakshika is one among the maharasas considered as Prana of rasacan be used in the place of Swarna. Shodhana of swarnamakshika was carried out in five dif- 2 Bharjana inferent methodsi 1. Swedana in Erandataila and Matulungaswarasa for 2 hoursNimbuswarasa till it became red. 3. Bharjana in Saindhavalavana and Matu-lungaswarasa till forit became red, 4. Swedana in kadalikandaswarasa for 2 hours. 5. Nirvapa in uiphalakwatha7 times. All the samples including the raw Swarnamakshika were sent for analysis, after the re-sults were obtained it was concluded that there was variation in the percentage of Cu, Fe and S was obtainedamong 5 different methods and brownish red colour of shodhitaswarnamakshjka was powderedin three methods among the above five methods.The procedures where makshika to befi";i; used for shJhanu with liquid medias like matulunga and eranda were.found "";more acceptable than makshika taken without powdering. lhese samples have to be subjected;;; ;*""; and have ro be evaluated quantitatively to know the values of copper, iron and sul- phur. tt472 Addiction and de-addiction: a tug of war Ayurveda emerges the win- ner RR Kadam Associate Professor, Dept of Agadtantra, BV(JCOA, Pune - 43 Addiction can be simply defined as a compulsive need for an intoxicating substance. The drug in use may be an alcoholic beverage or a non-alcoholic one. An addict suffers from "chronic behayioral disease" that manifests with s]rynptoms like nausea, sweating, anxiety and an intense craving for drug consumption. De-addiction of alcoholic and non-alcoholic addicts is the need of the hour with absti-nence as the key word.The crux of the problem however, is the fact that a majority of ad-dicts are unable to cope with the physical and psychological symptoms they experience during withdrawal. This inabiliry may be attributed not only to physical dependence but also to their hina manobala and hence needs to be treated judiciously. Organized byWorld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 133
  • 144. Oral PresentationThe administration of formulations like ushiradi panak, mrudwikadi kasay, srikhandasava andkalyanaka ghrita in clinical trials of both categories of addiction have shown statistically signifi-cant results on physical and psychological parameters. The use of an allopathic drug called "Di-sulfirum" in the management of chronic alcoholism is known. However, reverting back to theaddiction, more so with a vengeance, is one of the most common observation of this treatment.The simultaneous administration of Ayurvedic formulations in accordance with type of alcoholand alcoholism, prakriti of addict and other factors has also rendered a holistic solution to theproblem. Ayurveda, singularly or in conjugation efficiently emerges the winner in this tug-of-warbetween addiction and de-addiction.I l,l7 7Tostudy the changes in weight and cardiac efficiency index withshort-term training of anulom-vilom pranayam in medical studentsPradnya D Dandekart1 Professor €t HOD, Depan/nent of Sharir Kriya MGACH At RC, Salod(H),lllardha, MaharashtaAccording to Ayurveda, health is "Prasanna aatmedriya manah, swastha ityabhidheeyate" whichimplies "Serenity of Atma (Soul), Mind and Body means Health" Pranayama is an effective wayof achieving this health or improve upon the existing health. This technique is an importantcomponent of yoga. Practice of pranayama has been known to modulate cardiac autonomicstatus with an improvement in cardio-respiratory functions. Keeping this in view, the presentstudy is designed to determine whether Anulom-Vilom Pranayam for 15 minutes followed byShawasan has effect on pulse rate, systolic and diastolic blood pressure, Cardiac efficiency Indexandrtrfeight.Materid and Methods: Thirty normal healthy subjects aged between 17-20 years, volun-teered for this study. They were divided in to two groups. Group A subjects were observed forthe procedure and Group B subjects were asked to sit in Sukhasan position for same duration byclosing their eyes for meditation. All the selected physiological pa-rameters were measured be-fore and after performingAnulom -Vilom Pranayamafollowed by Shawasan for four weeks..Result: Group A showed a significant decline in SRP (p<0.021). On other hand, there was nosignificant change in DBP and pulse rate, though it showed slight decrease. In assess-ment ofweight and cardiac efficiency index in both groups, there was signihcant improve-ment of weight(p - 0.038) and cardiac efficiency index (p - 0.041) in experimental group.Conclusion of study is that, short term training of Anulom-Vilom Pranayam showed goodpositive effect on cardiac efficiency Index and weight by improving digestive power and mentalfreshness.134 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 145. Oral PresentationI l,l$IMemory enhancing effect of gambhari phala (Gmelina arborea Linn.)in the electroshock induced amnesia in Wistar Albino rats: an experi-mental studyLingadore kt, Kuber Sankh2: Dept. of Draaya Guna, JSSAIVIC €s H, Mysore, Dept. of PG Studies in Draxya Guna, JSSAMC {r H.VysorePurpose: Gambhari phala (Gmelina arborealinn.) is mentioned as Medhya in the SushrutaSamhita. Here the effect of Gambhari phala as Medhya has been carried out. In this study alco-holic and aqueous extract of Gambhari phala are compared with standard and control groupswith respective to pafamerers. Objectives of the study were to evaluate and to compare thememory enhancing effect of Gambhari phala in electroshock induced Amnesia in albino ratsusingY-MAZE paradigm in aqueous and alcoholic extracts.Methods: In this experimental study, 54 rats were randomly selected and divided into 9 groups,each consisting of 6 rats. Aqueous and alcoholic extract of Gambhari phala were given orallywirh 3 different doses i.e, 500 mg/kg, 750 mg/kg and 1000 mg/kg for 20 days in two groups ofrats. Piracetam was used as a standard. In the present study simple versionY-Maze is used, tomeasure the spatial working memory and locomotor activity of rats. Amnesia is induced throughelectro-convulsive shock (ECS) electroshock of 10 a.m. current for 0.2 sec. Effect is assessedwith Parameter I (% of alteration) and Parameter II (Locomotor activity) on Oth, 4th, Sth, 12thl6th and 20th day.Conclusion: Comparatively alcohol extract is more effective at750 mg and 1000 mg/kg bodywt, when compared to 500 mg/kg body wt dose level with reference to the time pa-rameter inlearning and cognitive functions. I 1502Literary Study on Heavy Metal Poisoning and Ayurveda w.s.r.to NagaBhasma (Calcined Lead)Dhirajsingh Rajputl, BJ Patgirizt PhD scholar, Dept of Rasashastra, IPGT €9 RA, GAU, Jamnagar, Gujarat, India,2 Assistant professor Dept ofRasashastra, IPGT €g RA, GAU lamnagar Guja.rat, IndiaBhasmas are unique Ayurvedic metallic preparations with herbal juices/fruits widely used forffeatment of a variery of chronic ailments. The bhasmas are products of classical alchemy, orga-no-metallic compounds of certain metals and gems in a very fine powdered form, mostly oxides,made in elaborate calcination processes perfected several centuries ago. Recent articles pertain-ing the alarming level of healry metals, especially Pb, Hg, and As in Ayurvedic formulations havecreated a lot of controversy regarcling the safety and efficacy of Ayurvedic formulations. It hasbeen reported that lead, mercury, and arsenic have been detected in a substantial proportionof Indian-manufactured traditional Ayurvedic medicines. An attempt was made to study heavymetal poisoning with special reference to current research on toxicity of Naga bhasma. This study clearly ,ho*s, that Naga bhasma is not just lead, its a compound form predominantly crystalline i.e. mixture of PbO Pb3O4. XRD data revealed OH and (CO3)2 group which con- tain some other essential elements in minute quantity and didnt have any toxic effect at LD50 Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 135
  • 146. Oral Presentationwhich was 160 times higher to that of Therapeutic Equivalent Dose (TED) (12.5 mg/kg) inacute toxicity study.r r iio:lSpasm.olytic activity of shankha draavakaParthiban N KShankha draavaka is a unique preparation explained in classics for ashta vidha shoola, agni-mandya, grahani etc. In spite of its convenient form of administration (liquid) and dosage (5- I 6drops), it is in less use for clinical practice. The foremost reason for this is its non-availability inthe market. The gastric ulcers and colic pains are usually co-related with the annadrava shoolaand udara shoola respectively. Taking this fact into account, the indications (shoolam ashtavidham hanthi - alleviates eight types of shoola) of shanka dravaka explained in the classics,and also to find a potent, safety, efficacious and better medicine affordable by all class of peoplefor a this common illness (annadrava and udara shoola), this research work has been planned.Hence an attempt is made in this study to assess spasmolytic effect of shankha draavaka throughselected animal model studies.The results suggested that the test drug possess direct spasmolytic, anti-muscarinic (antagonismcould be competitive antagonism) and anti-histaminic activity as well. Here in this presentationthe spasmolytic effect of Shankf,ra draavaka is highlighted through apt in-vitro animal study re-sults which are statistically significant.I l SOirA scientific method of drug development based on AyurvedicBhaishajya Knowledge5 Mony RajeshAn attempt is made in this study to evolve a drug development modality based on classical Ay-urvedic knowledge base as well as on modern scientific methodology.The present study involves(a) identification of a specific ailment condition, (b).the selection of a polyherbal formulation,(c) deciding suitable extraction procedure, (d) confirming theefficacy of the combination byin-vitro trials and (e) fixing up the recommended dose.The ailment segment selected is arthriticcondition.The selected herbal combination is Kunturushka,Vibhitaki, Guggulu, Haridra, Mari-cha and Nirgundi.They were selected as per Classical Ayurvedic references and authenticated as per API (Ay-urvedic Pharmacopeia of India). Extraction of each drug was done by different ratios of hy-dro alcoholic menstrums, InVitro assessment of each extract was done after removing residualsolvent for anti-Inflammatory and anti-arthritic activities (by UV-Vis. Spectrophotometer withpositive control). InVitro assessment of each extract was done for COX enzyme inhibition (byUV-Vis. Spectrophotometer with positive control). Selection of the exuacts having good inVitroactivity were made and the QC testing of each selected extract was done including HPTLC. h.Decision of the single dose with mixtures of selected extracts was made as per the level of in-vitroactivity and available toxicology data. Quantification of major groups like phenolics, flavonoids,alkaloids and bitters was done with both standard spectrophotometric and gravimetric methods,Method for marker assay was developed and validated by HPTLC and a good resolved HPTLCfinger print was developed for the single dosage API (Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient mixture136 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 147. Oral Presentationof extracts). Three batches were prepared to fix the in process and API (Active PharmaceuticalIngredient) QC specifications.I l:-lO6Etymological basis in finding out the source of certain lesser knownAyurvedic drugsSreevidhyarlfhile going through Ayurvedic classical texrs, there are certain drug names which have obscureplant sources. These are lesser known plants in these texts having limited mention. The drugswith obscure identity worth mentioning are Mayurasikha, Bilvaparni and Airavata. An effortwas made to solve the controversial status of these drugs taking the help of our large Ayurvedicliterature sources. Also an attempt was made to describe the drug etymologically (Etymology=The origin of a word and the historical development of its meaning), which can be made usefulfor the identification of its source.Literature inAyurveda, in general can be grouped into ancient, medieval and modern, ac-cord-ing to the period in which they were written. Etymological descriptions of names are mostlyconfined to medieval books like Amarakosa and Sabdakalpadruma.These classics describe howthe plant has derived irs name and these in fact throw light on its peculiar character (morpho-logical or medicinal properties). So deriving a name etymologically is worth a try in solving theidentity of Ay:rvedic drugs. Apart from its etymological deriva-tion Ayurvedic literature refer-ences, pharmacognosy, phytochemical and pharmacological aspects were brought into consid-eration in the final resolution of drug identity. r t 50{lMolecular characterisation of Kantakari, Brihati and their substitutes/adulterants and identification of market samples through RAPD Saba lrshad Introductior,, iD".h-oola, an important Ayurvedic formulation consists of ten root drugs which is classically divided into two groups namely Brihat Panchmool and ila$u Pan- chmool.There is great conrroversy in identity and availability of the genuine drug or plant parts of Dashmooladravya (raw drugs).In majoriry of cases the stem and aerial parts are available as drugs. Solanum ind.icum Linn. (Brihati) and S. xanthocarpum Schard. and Wendl. (Kanthkari) of Solanaceae family are the two ingredients of Laghupanchmool for post-natal care. S. aergin ianum L. and S. angugi Lam. are market adulterants used commonly in the place of genuine S. indicum and S. xanthocarpum.The present study was performed to get the molecular signature of authenticated samples of four species of Solanum through RandomlyAmplified Polymorphic DNA-Polymerase Chain Reaction (RAPD-PCR). Method: Total genomic DNA was isolated from (50 mg) of dried plant powder following the modified CTAB method. RAPD amplification reaction was performed according tofilliam et al 1990. Result and Discussion: Molecular characterisation of four species of Solanum and authen- tica-tion of four market samples on genetic level have been done by utilising the 40 random primers. Seven random primers (OPC7, OPC9, OPC10, OPC14, OPCl7, OPA9, OPA10) have Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 137
  • 148. Oral Presentationshown scoring banding pattern. For validation of market samples RAPD with selected prim-ers were analysed along with four authenticated samples. The similarity and UPGMA analysisclearly enabled the discrimination between four species of Solanum as they fall in separare clus-ter on UPGMA dendrogram. The market samples, two each of Brihati (from Chitrakoot andTrivandrum) and Kanthkari (Ramnagar and Ranchi) were found to be genuine on the basis oftheir similarity index.Conclusion (s): The results showed that RAPD technique gives the reproducible results evenfor dry and aged samples and capable to identifii the genuine herbal drugs and to check theadulterant/substitute of ASU drugs.t I rTO$Standardisation of an Ayurvedic formulation - Kalyanavaleha andestimation of curcumin using HPTLCSayyada KhatoonIntroduction: Standardisation of compound Ayurvedic formulation is essential for estab-lish-ing the authenticity, quality and efficacy of Ayurvedic medicines and finished herbal products.Despite various efforts by ufHO, there is lack of supportirlg studies regarding the scientificevaluation of formulation and preparation related parameters. Kalyanavleha, used in aphasiaand hoarseness, contains eight ingredients viz. Curcuma longa, Apium leptophyllum, Zingiber of-fi.cinale, Cuminum cyminum, Glycyrrhiza glabra, Saussurea laBpa, Acorus calamus and Hper longum. Quality control markers using analytical tools are required for this polyherbal formulation.Methodology:To achieve the desired aim SOP of Kalyanavleha was developed and three batch-es were prepared in the laboratory as per AFI. Standard pharmacopoeial methods for mac-ro-microscopic evaluation, physico-chemical parameters were used for quality evaluation andcurcumin.was estimated using HPTLC densitometric scanning withSfincats 3.2.L software.Results: The results of the microscopical examination indicated that the characteristics of alleight herbal ingredients were present in all three batches of Kalyanavleha. The physicochemicalevaluation showed the moisture content ranges 4.10-4.65; alcohol, water and hexane soluble ex-tracts 46.67-50.00, LL.25-15.95 and 50.12-53.50 percent respectively. Likewise, total ash, acidinsoluble ash and sulphated ash were quantified 9.78-ll.56, 1.69-1.84 and 14.L-14.9 percentrespectively.TLC of hexane and chloroform fractions showed six and seven bands respectivelyunder UV 366 nm which were present in more than one ingredient. The components of Czr-cuma longa were found more prominent in TLC fingerprint. $ence, Curcumin was evaluatedqualitatively and quantitatively as the biomarker of Kalyanavleha and it was estimated 0.25-0.26% in the formulation. Conclusion(s): The microscopic characters, physicochemical parameters andTLC profiles to-gether may be used as a valuable analytical tool in the routine standardisation and to check thetatch to batch consistency of compound herbal formulation Kalyanavleha. Also curcumin canbe used as an appropriate bio-marker for standardisation of this compound formulation.;138 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 149. Oral Presentationlli-rllProfessional and personal use of medicinal plants by Latin Americamedical doctorsJorge Luis Berra, Rosana Molho,AnaTaboadat l)irector Postgraduate Counes on,47rurvedic Medicine, Facuhy of Medicine, Buenos Aires Universit,2 Director :Fundacion cte Salud. yunteda herna, Buenos Aires,Argentina. 3 Director Postgraduate Cours,3 Fundaci6n deS alud,4yuroeda hema, Buenos Aires, ArgentinaTheWorld Health Organization flWHO) has estimated that over 807o of the world popula-tionuses routinely traditional medicine based on medicinal plants to meet their primary health care.743 medical doctors from Latin America were interviewed by postgraduate students of our Insti-rution and answered specific questionnaires about their knowledge and uses of medicinal plants.522 of t}re participants (70.3%) were from in Argentina, while the rest lived in different LatinAmerican countries. 52.4% (N = 389) were male and 45.6%o Otr = 339) females while 2% QrI =15) of respondents did not report their gender. The medical doctors working at the clinic area .werc 6l.9Yo O{ = 460) and lL.4%o O{ = 84) at the surgical area while 26.20/o (N=195) performtheir professional activities at the spe-cialty level and 0.5% (N = 4) dont inform their condition.The 88.7% (N = 659) bf the physicians surveyed had been graduated from public universities,while 8.1% O{ = 60) study in private universities and I .7% (N = 13) reported mixed formation,public and private, 1.5% CN = I 1) did not detail his training professionals. The 60% of respon-dents have used medicinal plants for themselves, while 36% use them few times a year or regu-larly. It was observed that it in the medical population investigated, 45yo of the medical doctorshave used medicinal plants for therapeutic purposes. 43Yo of doctors referred therapeutic utilityin the use with their patients, while only 4%o found side effects. The use with patients is closelyrelated to personal use. There is an important lack of knowledge of medicinal plants availablelocally, since rwo thirds of the doctors can not appoint regional plants. Only 7 % of the surveyedphysicians known plants which are not only available, but grow in the region itself .32Yo of phy-sicians reported having treated patients poisoned with medicinal plants. In the vast majority ofthese poisonings, the situations were caused by self-medication or were administrated by otherswithout proper uaining. ln 7oh of c6ses of poisoning, the doctors were responsible, includingtwo cases in which the respondents themselves were the cause of the adverse effect.The medicaldoctors pinpointed the difficulties for the use of medicinal plants as a therapeutic tool Almost80% of the professionals reported the lack of adequate information at the University, both atthe undergraduate and postgraduate level. The lack of reliable products with appropriate infor-mation on the clinical and toxicological data is marked by almost two-thirds of physicians. Theabsence of standardised products along with mistrust on the quality trials to them is marked byabout 50% of the participants Awareness of the therapeutic use of medicinal plants along withthe high level of ignorance on the subject, explains that nearly three out of four respondentsexpressed interest in receiving more information about medicinal plants. Organized byWorld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 139
  • 150. ,ta@eA SECTION B Abstracts Selectedfor Poster Presentation qQtea
  • 151. looo8Clinical evaluation of shirisha panchanga ghana and dushivshari vire-chaka yoga in allergic bronchial asthma w.s.r.to dushivishaAmolKadu,Anita Sharmapurpose: Allergic bronchial asthma immune response of body to various aller- is due to alteredgens. The references regarding dushivisha point out that it can generate similar harmful effectsas that of hypersensitivity reactions. Acharya Chakrapani in his commentary says that, Kalanta-raprakopi visham dushivisham which indicates the latent or subclinical allergy. The peculiarityof dushivisha is that it remains latent in dhatus (tissues) and on vitiation it produces hazardousconsequences on rhe body. Nija gara visha which are produced by viruddhahara (unwholesomesub) and agnim and yakara nidana acts as antigens. The toxic effects of these antigens are notcompletely neutralized by the antibody due to avyadhisahatva, instead get sensitized and bindto the mast cells.This improperly neutralized visha (toxins) when comes in.contact with antigenproduces injurious consequences in the sensitized host. The antigen antibody rnediated abnor-mal immune response can be correlated with pathological and clinical features of dhatugatavisha or dushivisha in Ayurveda.Method: Assuming the role of dushivisha in allergic bronchial asthma, the clinical trial was car-ried out on 29 r"gi*r.r"t-patients with allergic bronchial asthma and randomly divided into AB, C groups respectively. i0 patients of Group A were given shirisha panchanga ghana 1 BD g g at bed timewith iarm *","i, 9 patierrts of Group B were given dushivishari virechaka yoga 5with warm water and 10 patients of Group C were given both shirisha panchanga ghanafuithJushivishari virechaka yoga.Result: On statistical analysis, the data showed significant improvement in clinical manifesta-tion and laboratory investigations after therapy in group C. There is significant decrease in IgE level in group c. which confirms the role of dushivisha in Allergic bronchial asthma.Conclusion: Treatment regimen containing the dravyas havingVishghna as well as shwasaghnaproperty gave better results in Bronchial asthma. root4A comparative pharmacologica! study on substitute itana (Themedatriandra Forssk.) Use for kusa (Desmostachya bipinnata stapf.) ln tra-ditional medicaWijesinghe Wathsala, Mita Kotecha t NIA, Jodhpur Ayunted Universiy, Jaipur, Indiapurpose: In the absence of a desired original medicinal herb, classical Ayurveda recommends,rr. of a functionally similar subsrance named substitute or pratinidhi dravya Very limited re- searches were done to compare bioactivities of chemical profiles of substitutes and these are 2 such drugs. The study was carried out to conduct a comparative chemical analysis of the widely used substitute (i.e Themeda triandra Forssk.), to make a comprehensive list of the any other substitutes used for Kusa by traditional medical practitioners in Sri Lanka, to carry out a study on the morphology of all the substitutes listed above and to demonstrate chemical relationship between the authentic drug and the substitutes to recommend the most suitable and feasible substitute through an animal experiment.
  • 152. Poster PresentationMethod: Literature review, participatory rural appraisal (PRA), pharmacognostic study Q.{amarupa vijnana), phytochemical analysis and an experimental study was done.Result: Out of five plantsthe majority (53%) of the traditional practitioners useThemeda trian-dra Forssk. as kusa. Both the drugs have the potential to cause diuresis and can be comparableto the diuretic drugs those act as osmotic and loop diuretics in almost all the doses tried, exceptthe 50mgi 100 b.wt dose of ltana. The experimental study (n= 6) confirmed that both drugswere significantly bio equivalent in this pharmacological activity (** P<0.01).Conclusion: Substitution for that condition is therefore supported. t00i!:tDalbergia lanceorea (gaurakh) in the treatment of rheumatoid arthri-tis (amavata)Himanshu Bhushan VarmaPurpose: A study on posology and drug toxicity with ref. to Dalbergia lanceoria (gaurakh) intreatment of rheumatoid arthritis.Method: The anti-inflammatory and anti-arthritis effect of the total alcoholic extract of thedrug was verified on three experimental model, carragheeinen induces hind paw enema, forma-lin arthritis and granulosa pouch.The model is the representative of acute and sub-acute inflam-mation. Prqliminary pharmacological studies of the drug have been done and known significanteffect has been observed on respiration and blood pressure. However it showed relaxant effectover smooth muscle but no effect on skeletal muscle. Experimental studies where followed byclinical trial. The drug has been tried both in the traditional form of avaleh and as tablet. Satis-factory response was observed. These result has been compared with those of other indigenousmedicine of repute. No toxic symptom or side reaction could be detected during the study.Result: Through the present work two fold aim has been achieved, firstly the ancient approachtoward standardisation of doses and toxicity of drug has been critically studied in the light scien-tific development, secondly further work has been done on Dalbergia lanceoria and interestingdrug for treatment rheumatoid arthritis.Conclusion: Till now the work especially clinical has been done only on crude form. Here anattempt has been made with success to try its total extract both experimentally and clinicallysugar coated tablet prepared form the total alcoholic extract.This form of the drug may be usedin clinical practice for treating cases Rheumatoid arthritis.too:tGAyurvedic management of psoriasis: a comparative clinical studyDattatrya Nikam, Sameer Shined Purpose: Conceptual and clinical study on Psoriasis according to Ayurveda as well as Modern science on various scientific parameters, Clinical evaluation of efficacy of Vamana,Virechanaand Laghumanjisthadi Ghana in Management of Psoriasis, and comparative clinical study of trial drug along with standard allopathic regimen.Method: Selection of patient:The study was conducted on 30 clinically diagnosed and confirmedcases of Psoriasis.144 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogyaExpo20l2
  • 153. Poster Presentation of diagnosis:The main criteria of diagnosis of patients were based on the cardinal andciteria and rnodern texts Theseassociated signs and symptolns of the disease based on the Ayurvedichave been depicted in detail in the criteria of inclusionCriteria of inclusion:l. Patients who are willing for trial.2. Patients in the. age group of 15 60 years. psoriasis diagnosed by Mod-3. Patients of Mandal Kustha diagnosed by Ayurvedic classics andern classics.Exclusion criteria:1. Patients with age below 15 and above 60 yrs2. Pregnant womens and lactating mothers3. patients suffering from serious systemic disorders like Diabetes Mellitus, Cardiac and RenalDisorders, Malignant disease, Major liver disorders etc4. patients Contra-indicated forVaman andVirechana as per classical Ayurvedic Texts.Result: Significant results were obtained in PASI Score,ItchingandBurning ScoreConclusion: So it is concluded from above study that Vaman, Virechana followed bf admin-isuation of Laghu Manjisthadi Ghana is effective in management of Psoriasis as it is safe, costeffectiveandfree from any side effects. It also prevents the relapse considerably loo4l Efficacy of chitrakari rasa and kushthakalanal taila in the manage- ment of svitra (vitiligo) Chhaju Ram Yadav purpose: To evaluate the effect of chitrakari rasa and kusthakalanala taila on svitra fl/itiligo) Rasa (RasaYoga Sagar) and Kusthakalanal taila mentioned in Ayurvedic texts have Ciiu"t "ri been used traditionally in treatmerrt of sviua (/itiligo)_disorders mentioned in Ayurvedic texts Rasa and Kust- Svitra is characterized as hypo-pigmentation of the skin. Efficacy of Chitrakari hakalanal taila is being studied in this study of 30 patients of Svitra (Vitiligo) Method: In this study 30 patients of svitra were divided in to three groups (a) chitrakari ras (c) orally and orally dose I gram ua. croup (b) Kushthakalanal taila local application. Group locai applicarion, for 30 days, at OPD and IPD of NIA Jaipur. The study was statistically anal- ysed usingT:test. group (c) t= Result: In group (a) t=8.8008, p <0.001, In group (b) t= 3.0000, p <0.05, In g.7O24,p .O.OOt. Study indicated that, Chitrakari Rasa and Kusthakalanal taila are significantly useful in the management of Svitra fl/itiligo). in Conclusion: The collected data proved the role of Chitrakari Rasa and Kusthakalanal taila the learment of Svitra ffitiligo). Svitra fl/itiligo) has its etiopathology in the Thmra (fourth enzyme layer) ofTvacha (skin). Psoralin (Photosensitive drug) and Copper (Thmra) containing tyrosinase is mainly responsible for the formation of melanin from melanocytes. Chitrakari Rasa and Kusthakalanal tailra clear the dusti (anomaly) of Bhrajak Pitta stimulating the formation Tyrosinase, thus increasing the Melanin.formation and the coloration of skin Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS L45
  • 154. Poster Presentation 100,t5study of.asthi - dhatu pushti witli special reference to dugdhaharPriya Rohra, Prakash Deshmukh, Mahendra Singh Meenat RA Podar Medical (Ayu) College,lVorliPurpose: To evaluate the effect of Dugdhahar (Buffalo milk) on Asthiclhatukshaya Purusha forthe Asthidhatu Pushti. According to Ayurveda the basic constiruents of living body are Dosha,Dhatu and Mala. Dhatus are seven in which Asthidhatu is kathinatam. Nourishment of dhatudepends upon the quality of food. According to Acharya Charaka miik is Brumhana and Sand-hankar. Mahish dugdha (Buffalo miik) is guru and it has the predominance of Aap and Parthivamahabhuta and Asthi has also the predominance of guru guna and Prithvi mahabhuta.Method: Randomly selected 60 subjects ofAsthidhatukshaya were diagnosed byTrividha Parik-sha Darshana, Sparshana and Prashana. Subjects were examined symptoms iike I(esh prapatan,Loma prapatan, Nakha prapatan, Shmashru prapatan. Dwijja praparan, Shrama, Sandhi saithi-lya by questionnaire scoring O, 1,2,3. Serum Calcium was also done before and after. MahishDugdha 200 mVday was given for 2l days in morning. Subjects are allowed. to be taken as usualdiet.Result: The Effect of Mahish dugdha on aforesaid symproms was 57.14o/o, 47.73yo, 59.78yo,56.27oh,58.06Vo,7A.%% and 62.37Yo respectively. P value is <0.001 (byWilson sign rank)for each symptoms. Over all percentage of relief was 60.57oh. Serum calcium relief was only0.236% and p value is <0.05.Conclusion: Bramhana (Dhatupushtikar), Sandhankar the qualities of milk are helpful forasthidhatu pushti. According to Samanya Vishesh Siddhanta, the parthiva mahabhuta of dug-dha was nourished the partJriva portion of asthidhatu. The parthiva parmanu are held rogerher,nourishes asthi. This is done by Shlishta, guru guna of milk. Milk is snigdha and it increaseskapha due to presence of aap mahabhuta. Guru guna increases the guruta of asthi. There wassignificantly improvement in asthidhatukshaya symptoms.I OO,l7Clinical evaluation of chitrakadi churna and kshar basti in the man-agement of amavata w.s.r. to rheumatoid arthritisD attatrya Nikam, I{risnasingh NapchyalPurpose: The disease Amavata can be presented as very similar to Rheumatoid Arthritis.Rheumatoid Arthritis is chronic in nature and affects mostly middle aged people. For this dis-ease there is no satisfactory medicine is available till date. But in Ayurveda there are many drugsdescribed forAmavata which are cost effective and easily available with no side effects.The pres-ent clinical study evaluated the effect of Chitrakadi Churna and Kshar Basti in rhe managemenrof Amavata.Method: 30 Clinically diagnosed patient ofAmavata were regisrered and completed the trial. Inthis l5 patients (Group A) administered Chitrakadi Churna 4 g twiie daily with lukewarm waterafter meal. Another l5 patients (Group B) administered Chitrakadi Churna 4 g twice daily withlukewarm water after meal and Kshar Basti as per Kalbasti krama i.e 16 days followed by localSnehan Swedan.Result: Results of this trial were encouraging as there is improvement in each symptom ofpatient like pain, stiffness, swelling, tenderness. Group A in which only Chitrakadi Churna was146 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 155. Poster Presentationadministered there was no significant improvement seen statistically. But Group B in whichChitrakadi Churna as well as Kshar Basti was administered highly significant improvement seenstarisrically. Details of the Statistical test and other important will be discussed at the time ofpaper presentation.Conclusion: From present clinical trial it is concluded that this therapy is very useful for pain,swelling, tenderness and stiffness which were chief complaint of the patient. Chronicity more :than 3 years did not show marked improvement. And also this drug is supposed to be very goodcombination ofVedanashamaka, Shothaghna, Amapachaka Dravyas. No untoward effects wereseen except mild loss of weight.rooSlGradation method: a new approach for prakruti assesmentSarita BhutadaPurpose: A new approach for Prakruti Assessment By Gradation methodMethod: In Ayurveda, Charakacharya described Prakruti according to Gunas. Guruwadi twen-ry Gunas are also helpful in Chikitsa. Out of these 20 Gunas: Guru, Laghu, Shita,IJshna, Ruk-sha and Snigdha are more dominant in 6 Rasas; and these 6 Rasas plays an important role inChikitsa and maintenance of Prakruti. Prakruti is formed by dominance of Dosha Gunas anddiet taken by mother and her activity. The diet is composed of 6 types of Rasadravyas. The 6Rasas are formed from the above 6 Gunas. Hence the Lakshanas due to these 6 Gunas has beengiven more importance in the assessment of Prakruti by gradation method. Rasa GunaI Madhura Snigdha + Shita * Guru2 Amla Snigdha * Ushna + Guru3 Lavana Snigdha + Ushna * Guru4 Katu Ruksha + IJshna + Laghu5 Tikta Ruksha + Shita + Laghu6 Kashaya Ruksha+Shita+LaghuGradation method:Lakshanas of the Prakruti were classified into two groups:.1. Lakshana due above six Gunas were given 2 marks2. Lakshana due to all other Gunas were given I mark.Result: InVata Prakruti: Lakshanas due to Ruksha, Laghu, and Shita Gunas were given 2 marksand others were given 1 mark. In Pitta Prakruti: Lakshanas due to lJshna, Laghu and KatuGunas were given 2 marks and others were given I mark. In Kapha Prakruti: Lakshanas due toSnigdha, Shita, and Guru Gunas were given 2marks and others were given 1 mark.Conclusion: By Gradation method, Prakruti is assessed not only by Dosha but predominanceof Gunas of an Individual Dosha. It is useful if there is predominance of same Dosha by percent-age method. This helps to study Prakruti statistically. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 147
  • 156. Poster PresentationI OOSzlAn experimental evaluation of Jatiphala kosha (pericarp of MyristicafragransHoutt.) for its madhurnehaghna (anti-diabetic) effect in ani-mal modelRenuka Peirispurpose: Diabetes epidemic is grappling world according to International Diabetic Federa- in I(erala fortion. Perica rp of Mgritica fragrans Houtt. is traditionaliy used as a home remedy anti diabetic activitytreatment of Madhumeha lDiabetes). Present study was aimed to evaluateof pericarp scientifically by use of cold infusion (shitakashaya) in a diabetic animal model g] were divided in 6 groupsMethod: In anti diabetic study (ADS) Albinoflistar rats [150 250 rats. Alloxan (130 mgiKgbwgt) o{ = 6) with Group (Gp) 1 Normal rats and Gp 2 6 Diabetic with Jatiphala kosha was used to induce diabetes experimentally. Animals were administered Shitakashaya (SJK) at rhree different dosage i.e. half dose (HD) 0.9 ml, therapeutic dose (TD) and standard drug Glib- 1.g ml and double dose (DD) 3.6 ml dose per 200 g of rat respectively orally similarly, Gp 1 received enclamide (0.5 mg/Ig.u"*gt) for 20 days in Gp 2 6 once in a day of ,ut for 20 days. Blood sugar level (BSL) was analyzed on day 0, 1, distilled water l.g ^tlzoo f t.rrn ADS and at time interval o, 1,2, 4 and 6 hour for short term 2, 5, 10,15 ancl 20 for long study by using Gluco-"a.rl Hepatic and renal functions, antioxidant enzyrnes glutathione, lipid kits statistical evalua- peroxidation and alpha amyiase levels were screened using commercial test using Instat 3 software tion was done by one way ANova foflowed by Post hoc Tukeys drug in reducing BSL Result: TD and DD dose of sJK was significantly efrective as standard iipid peroxidation and alpha amylase SJK restored the increase hepatic and renal parameters, levels to normal levels, supporting anti diabetic effect of the study drug Also levels of antioxi- dantenzymeswereincreasedascomparedtocontroldiabet.icrats antioxidant effect conclusion: Jatiphala I(osha possesses anti diabetic activity along with t0056 karma comparative clinical study of plasma lipid levels on samshodhana Renuka Peiris procedures purpose: Samshodhana karma (vamana and virechana) are unique therapeutic practiced in Ayurveda is for curing diseases and promoting health of individuals Shodhana Dosha, Dhatu and Mala (all biological karma eradicates the root causes of diseases and brings functions) to its homeostatic state. Therefore, present clinical trial aimed to study changes of plasma lipid levels before and after Shodhana k"r-" in healthy individuals and comparison of .hurrg.rofpl"r-"lipidslevelamongthreetreatment.prccedures post design duration of 6 weeks Method: It was a gingle blind clinical study rvith a pre and persons were selected and randomly Forty five individuals *tto ir"a minor ailments and healthy groups subjected for single tleatment, divided into 3 groups with 15 patients in each group Two either vamana or virechana and third group subjected for both vamana and virechana sequen- tially. Therapeutic procedures were assess.d b.for. and after treatment by investigations for pt",-a Lipid profile, FBS, PPBS and Hb% and Anthropometric measurements. in plasma lipid level ie cholesterolTGq Result: All three groups showed insignificant changes except group B shows increased in plasme LDL,rLDL and HIL before and after treatment 148 ASSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 157. Poster PresentationTGs level and itwas moderately significant (p<0.02). On comparisons of intra group changesof plasma lipids, group C, over group A and B, showed insignificant change in Cholesterol,TGs,and LDL,VLDL and HDI levels. Comparison of group A over group B shows increase inTGslevel in group B and it was significant (p<0.05).Conclusion: Present study concludes, though the procedures of shodhana karma (vamana andvirechana) initiated with snehapana; properly and completely done vamana and virechana karma.as a single or as a sequence therapy did not increase plasma lipid levels in healthy individuals.I OOi-r[)Clinical evaluation of lekhaniya basti in sthoulyaLolashri S J, Mahesh T N, MuralidharPurpose: Sthoulya is one among the santarpanottha of Sthoulya is vyadhis. The incidenceincreasing at an alarming rate. It is affecting the routine activities of an individual in variousdimensions. The present study is focused on the clinical study of Sthoulya to evaluate the effectof Lekhaniya Basti in the patients of Sthoulya to attain weight ioss without altering their routinedietary and physical activities.Method: It is a single blind clinical study with pre test and post test design where in 20 patientsdiagnosed as Sthoulya of either sex and BMI>30 and patients devoid of other systemic compli-cations were selected. All were administered with 3 Lekhaniya Basti interspersed with 2 anuva-sana basti spread over a period of 5 days. The relevant investigations were adopted for diagnosisand to assess tJr.e improvement. The follow up period was 10 days.Result: In this present study majoriry of patients registered were females of the age group 3050 years, who were following sedentary life sryle. The effects of treatment on symptoms wererecorded, and the basti showed better effect onVaatakaphaja lakshanas than on pittaja laksha-nas.The reduction in mean score values of bodyleight was statisticaliy significant i.e.; p=0.012,when compared to the statistical data of other anthropometric measurement and lipid profile.Conclusion: In this present study the patients have responded with improvement in their symp-toms rather than objective features.r006lThe effect of vamana and virechana on psoriasis: a clinical studyRekha Narasimhan, Kiran M Goud, Amaranath B V B, Supreeth M JPurpose: Psoriasis is a chronic inflammatory skin disorder of unknown etiology affecting aboutL 2To of the population. Despite its fewer incidences, considering the severiry and complicationit can be deemed as a major disease. The present study is focused on the clinical study to evalu-ate the effect of shamanaoushadis and ubhayataha shodhana in Psoriasis.Method: This is a single blind comparative clinical study with pre test and post test designwhere in 20 diagnosed Psoriasis patients of either sex were randomly assigned into two groups(Aand B) each comprising of 10 patients. The patients diagnosed on the basis of signs and symp-toms, candle grease sign and auspitz sign were selected. Group A. patients were administ.eredwith shamanaoushadis (Arogyavardini vati, Aragwadhadi kashayarn, I(utaja taila), Group B withUbhayataha shodana (vamana and virechana) followed by Shamanaushadis. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 149
  • 158. Poster PresentationResult: The effect of treatment on symptoms were recorded, the total response period of thedisease between groupA and B is less significant as P value >0.1, whereas of itching does notshow any significance at P value >0.5.Conclusion: A favourable response was -obtained in all groups which received samshodhanaand shaman therapies, but the efficacy of samshodhana combined with shaman therapy provedsuperior in providing response.t0066A clinical study on the role of chandanadi choorna in the manage-ment of asrigdaraRanju KumariChaurasiaPurpose: Menopause is the stage when a women enters from reproductive life to non repro-ductive life. Globally more than 470 million people suffer from menopausal syndrome and 25million women pass through menopause each year. About 75o/o of women face the disturb-ing physical symptoms and 50% experience only types of psychological manifestation duringmenopause. A5O 60% women seek medical helps for that. Large population of women sufferingfrom this and there are lack of safe and cost effective ultimate treatment. So this was aimed tostudy the effect of menosol compound in the management of menopausal syndrome on variousparameters. To provide an alternative, safe and cost effective remedy for patient of menopausalslmdrome.Method: Study was a randomized, single blind, placebo controlled study. Total 30 patients wasselected from NIA hospital, Jaipur grouped into two, group A, menosol compound with vehicleand group B, placebo for 60 days duration.Result: Menosol compound showed more effect as compared to placebo.Conclusion: It could be concluded that menosol compound showed moderate improvement in80% patients as compared to no improvement in 100% patients with placebo. All the patientstolerated the trial drug Menosol Compound very well with no complaints of any side effects/toxic effects. So the trial drug proposed herbo mineral formulation for management of Meno-pausal Syndrome proved to be an effective, safe, promising and cost effective remedy. tooT:tResearch work on analyzing scientific elucidations for the propertiesof akasa mahabhuta and its methodological impact on the subsis-tence of ahankarRahul Soor Purpose: The aim of this research work is to ascertain the theory of Akasa mahabhuta, with hard-core scientific evidences. The most crucial problem with the concepts of Akasa mahab- huta is that the modern Gnostics of Ayurveda misconstrue the properties of Akasa mahabhutaavowed in the primordial texts and parchments of Ayurveda.7e still do not know the scientific reason behind the operational phenomena ofAkasa mahabhuta and thus fails to predict the rea- son for existence of other Mahabhutas. This research work resolves the fundamental concepts of Ayurveda scientifically. ]ti lul :] :!l150 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012 :* i€ ..= .ti :=
  • 159. Poster PresentationMethod: The physical properties of Akasa mahabhuta and Quanta have huge similitude witheach orher. Both Akasa Mahabhuta and Quanta allocate with indistinguishable characteristics,as none of them is perceived by any of our sense faculty. One should not perplexed it with energycontained within Quanta. Veracitically, Akasa Mahabhuta is that essence which bounds energyto liberate or to getabsorbed into a whole number multiple. Furthermore, Equation of Cosmosand Quantum wave equation crafts us to reaiize the science of Rajas andTamas Ahankara. Like-wise, the Quantum Entanglement scientifically educed the trilogy of Satwa Ahankara, AkasaMahabhuta and Shabd Guna, which in turn establish the ubiquitous mechanism of Satwa Ah-ankara as mention by our AncientTheologians.Result: This research paper revealed that how the phenomenal interaction between Akasa Ma-habhuta and Shabd Guna confer to heave the most innovative theory of Aryurveda along withscientific elucidation counting Samvay Sambandh between Akasa Mahabhuta and Shabd Gunaand methodological reasons behind properties of Akasa Mahabhuta.Conclusion: Akasa Mahabhuta offers us the scientific rationale behind existence of Satwa, Rajas andThmas Ahankara.The phenomenon of Akasa Mahabhuta concretes the science of otherfour Mahabhuta. This research on Akasa Mahabhuta should be considered as a tool, whichamends an unempirical perception of fundamental concepts of Ayurveda into a precise thepry.I007!)Management of dnukta vata vyadhiw.s.r.to repititive stress injury: anobservational studySuma SubramanyaPurpose: Vikaran nama akushalo na jihreeyaat kadachana...... (A.H 12164) This statement ofAcharya Vagbhata gives enough independence from tfre point of diagnosis for a physician" Inthis view the concept of AnuktaVata vyadhi where in different disease entities involving pain andthose affecting movement cah be considered. Even though these do not have direct textual ref-erence, an intelligentVaidya can use hisYukti in establishing pathogenesis considering Nidana,Dosha, Dushya, Bala, I(ala etc. Gramyadharma which enforces compromised lifestyles has ob-viously affected the urban population. The occupational compulsions where in an individual isforced ro engage in Atiyoga of Indriya leading to gross disturbance in the Anatomy as well asphysiology. I(eeping the abovepoints in view a study was chosen to establish and estimate the effect of occupational typing leading to repeated stress iniury on the structures involved and to come with effective management of pain, tingling sensation, numbness, burning sensation andweakness in such injuries.Method: This is an observarional study with pre and post test design. 20 patients fulfilling theinclusion criteria were subjected to a course of Sthanika Abhyanga with Iftheera BalaThila fol-lowed by Nadi Sweda with Nirgundi Patra Kashaya for one week. This was repeated after oneweek for Z days.The patients were taught yogasanas during the second week along with internaladministration of Ashwagandha rasayana at the dose of 10 g twice daily for 3 weeks.Result: Statistically significant results were obtained in reducing the signs and symptoms.Conclusion: Sthanika Abhyanga and Nadi sweda helped in reducing the pain by stimulatingthe release of endorphins the natural pain killers of the body. Ashwagandha rasayana helped inimproving the bulk of muscles ultimately increasing the endurance of the muscles. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 151
  • 160. Poster Presentation loo80 A clinical study of pandu roga and its management with mandoora vataka Sumi S R Purpose: Pandu roga is one among the most common ailment observed in the mankind, It gains importance due to the gravity of this problem in human race w-hich is affecting all the age groups and both the sex. Hence it is the need of the hour to develop better protocol. 7ith this purpose the present study was taken up t<i find out the efficancy of shamanoushadi (Mandoora Vataka) with or without shodhana therapy (Virechana karma). Method: In this clinical study 50 patients of either sex were randorply grouped in two groups. In first group MandooraVataka was given afterVirechana karma and in the second group onlyMandooraVataka was given. Thkra was given as anupana in both groups. Period of study was 30 days of trial drug and mean while the patients were examined once in l5 days during the courseof trail period. Patients were followed for 3 months with clinical trial drug. Relevant investiga-tions were done BT and AT. Assessment was based on the basis of nivrutti of lakshanas andimprovement inHb%.Result: In group l, 14 patients had good relief (75%),10 patients had moderate relief (50%),Ipatient had mild rclief (25%o). In group 2,2 patients had good rclief (75%o), 20 patients hadmoderate relief (50%),3 patients had mild telief (25o/o). Even Hb% increased comparativelymore in group 1 than group 2.The statistical analysis was carried out and the test of significance(paired t test) was comparatively more significant in group I than grotp 2.Conclusion: Efficacy of Mandoora Vataka was found to be effective in the patients who weregiven shodhana. This ultimately showed the inffuence of shodhana therapy on jataragni and en-abling maximum utitify of MandooraVataka after shodhana karma. t008IYoga and ayurvedaAvinash Khare, Shweta DewanMD scholar, Dept. of Basic principles, NIAPurpose: Ayurveda and yoga are sister sciences that have been united for thousands of yearsfor the sake of healing body, mind, and consciousness. Generally speaking, Ayurveda deals morewith the health of the body, while yoga deals with purifuing the mind and consciousness, burin reality they complement and embrace each other. Both yoga and Ayurveda are mutuallysupportive and offer many ways to prevent and heal various disorders as well as to cleanse andrejuvenate the body. Both systems have many similarities in relation to attitude, nutrition, dietand lifestyle, hygiene, exercise, cleansing practices, as well as spiritual practices.Method: Ayurveda andYoga both emphasize cleansing of the body for health and support ofspiritual practices. Their methods are similar and work by expelling excess dosha and ama, ortoxins, using the bodys natural routes of elimination. The yogic method is known in the Ashtan-ga tradition as Shat Karma, or six cleansing measures. These are: Neti, Dhauti, Basti, Trataka,Nauli and Kapala Bhati.Result: The Ayurvedic method for cleansing and rejuvenation is known as Pancha karma, orfive cleansing actions.The five actions of this method are: Basti, Nasya,Vamana,Virechana andRakta Moksha.152 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 161. Poster PresentationConclusion: It is obvious that Ayurveda and yoga not only complement each other Both sci-ences actually embrace each other as they share similarities and fundamental principles on manylevels. Aygrveda and yoga should go hand in hand if you want to achieve optimal health, peaceand longevity.Key words: Ayurveda,Yoga, Panchakarma, Shatkarma :tooS:lRole of nirgundipatra swarasa and shunthyadi kashaya in the man-agement of amavata w.s.r.to Rheumatoid arthritisKrishna KadamPurpose: The introduction of new diseases with the aid of changing life style and food habitshas kept a challenge for human race. Among these diseases, Amavata a chronic joint disorderaccompanied by body pain, swelling of some or all of synovial joints which are typically diag-nosed as Rheumatoid Arthritis. There found difficulty in planning the line of treatment of thedisease since pathogenic factors of these being contradictory in nature. Patients suffering fromthe disease continuously look with a hope towards Ayurveda to overcome the challenge sinceits management is merely insuf8cient in other system of medicine. The present pilot study wasundertaken to evaluate the role of Nirgundipatra Swarasa and Shunthyadi Kashaya in the man-agement of Amavata wsr to Rheumatoid arthritisMethod: Ten patients of Amavata fulfilling the criteria of diagnosis were registered irrespectiveof their age, religion etc. A special proforma was prepared incorporating all signs and symptomsbased on ayurvedic and modern description. In Laboratory investigations RA test, hemogram,ESR is carried out in all patients as per necessity biochemical tests were performed.Result: Overall result of Nirgundipatra Swarasa and Shunthyadi Kashaya in l0 patients ofAmavara provided Highly significant (P<0.001) of relief Sandhishula 77.78o , Shotha 75-O}yo,Stabdhata 7l.43yo, Sparshasahatwa 83.33% in the joints. The cumulative relief of 8497%on geperal symptoms included 100% relief of Hrillasa, Kandu, Antrdkujan, Daha, Anah, andTrishna, Nidralpata and Alasya and 90.00% Shram, 87 .50% Kukshishula, 68.5OYo Dourbalya,78.50% Angamarda, Jwara andVibandha. 3) Collectively therapy showed complete remissionrn 20.OOoh, major improvement in 50.00%, minor improvement in 20.00"/o, 10.00% remainedunimprovedConclusion: Therapy provided good hope for the patients suffering from Amavata. Nirgun-dipaua Swarasa along with Shunthyadi Kashaya may be recommended for the management ofAmavata.I OOlBirA clinical study on the role of virechana in asrigdara w.s.r. to dysfunc-tional uterine bleedingRoopa RaghavendraPurpose: ToValidate the Role ofVirechana in Asrigdara w.s.r to Dysfunctional uterine bleed-"ing (DUB) . To study the effect of Pathya Aahara and Vihara.in Asrigdara w. s.r. to DUB.Method: For the present study Patients who fulfilled the inclusion criteria where randomlyselected from O.P.D and I.P.D of S.J.I.I.M Hospital Bangalore. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 153
  • 162. Poster PresentationDiagnostic criteria: The patients with the cardinal symptoms of Asrigdara 7.S.R to DUB WithNormal Pelvic USG Study.Subjective criteria: Increased (Abnormal) Amount of bleeding, Increased (Abnormal) durationof bleedingObjective criteria:Hb g Yo, before and after rreatment.Both subjective and objective signs and symptoms before and after treatment are recorded andanalyzed statistically using Paired t test.Result: The trial produced highly significant result among parienrs of Group A with regardto duration of bleeding, no. of clots passed and in Hb gYo, after trial in comparison to beforetrial. Similarly there was excellent relief among patients of group A with regard to Dourbalya,angamarda, alasya, aruchi etc following trial. The data thus obtained among patients of groupA and group B leads one to the interpretation that the trial employed for patients of group A ismuch superior in comparison to group B.Conclusion: Conclusions of a clinical study is the final result of painstaking effort of selectionof patirrrts, their systematic classification, collection of data, tabulation of data, statistical analy-sis of data, and logical interpretation of the statistically analysed result. It can also be concludedthat stress is an important causative factor in causingAsrigdara since 60% of the patients wereunder mental stress. Statistical analysis of the data obtained leads to the conclusion thatVire-chana along with pathya aahara vihaara is highly effective in Asrigdara. It can also be concludedthat Pathya aahara and vihaara (Group B) alone doesnt produce results comparable to Pathyaaahara vihaara along with virechana (Group A).too88lmmunological and virological effect of amrita tablet in human im-munodeficiency virus positive patientsBrajeshwar MishraPurpose: To assess the safety and efficacy ofAmrita tablets in human immunodeficiency viruspositive patients.Method: The randomized double blind placebo controlled trial carried out 40 HfV positive pa-tients at Ayurvedic Drug Research Institute Motihari Bihar, with permission from InstitutionalEthic Committee for achieve the purpose. Out of 40 HIV patients 30 were male and 10 patientsof female. The HIV positive patients were randomly assigned to three group A, B and C. GroupA received Amrita tablet. Group B received Amritasava and group C received Placebo. Thedoses of Amrita tablet, two tabs. andAmritasava 10 ml with one cup water twice daily for sixmonths. The hematological investigation was repeated at the end of the study.Result: In studyparticipants, HIVwas more common in the 15 30 years age group. Half ofthe enrolled patients where from the age group 42o/o fuom 30 40 years and 8% from 40 50 agegroup. It was observed the end of trial period of amrita tablet was marked increase in the num-ber of CD4 count and viral load reduced<3OO copies/ml. It was also found gradual reductionpf clinical feature of early symptomatic stage of HIV disease. Among the participants receivedAmritasava there was moderate increase in the number of CD4 count, but there was no dif-ference in viral load. Participants was received placebo there was no differences in CD4 countbefore the six months154 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 163. " Poster Presentation standard chemicallyconclusion: Amrita tab. is ao ideal herbal formulation. It contain mainlydefined Asava of Amrita (Tinospora cardifulia) ashwagandh a (Withania somnifera) and yasthi- count and reduce viral load It ismadhu (Glycyrrhiza glabra).It increase in number of cD4safe and no adverse toxic effect on long therapy. Now it is necessary to evaluate the physiologi- of structure of amrita tab To."i-".ai-rn, pharmacological properry toxicity and determination of countries with in the Regionantiretroviral classes of Jrug io, or.a in the health care systemsand elsewhere. in the worldI OO.90New alternative therapies in mild cognitive impairmentDelia Marina Podea entity considered today toPurpose: Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is a frequent clinicalbe a prodromal stage of Alzheimers dementia, but not having until now a standardized phar- outcome of the patients diagnosedmacological trearment. The aim of this study is to follow the herbal agents and cholinesterasewith MCI non rreated and treated with nootropics, alternativeinhibitors. years) diagnosed with MCIMethod: The study comprises a number of 200 patients (over 60 Fvaluation) at the inclusion intoThe patients were evaluaied using MMSE (Mini Mental $131s in four different groups:the sludy and after 1 year of treatment. The patients were divided 1600 mg/day Group A 50 patients diagnosed with MCI treated with Piracetamum rosea, 2 capsules/day Group B 50 patients diagnosed with MCI treated with Rhodiola Group c 50 patients diagnosed with MCI treated with Galantamine (16 mg/day) Group D 50 patients diagnosed with MCI non treated points for group A,2416 points Result: The average of MMSE scores at screening was 23.96 for group B,23.g6for group c and 24.5 points fo, group D.After I year of treatment, cognitive group B204 points for performance improrres-with2.l2 points for group A, 1.97 points for ltolrp C and without any improvement for group D groups we observed that the Conclusion: Comparing the outcome of treated and non treated early ffeatment of mild cognitive impairment delay the transition to dementia The outcome of approximately the same This the treated gfoups after 1 year of pharmacological treatment was of therapies in mild cog- study proves the necessity of early treatment and of the enlargement change the relationships nitive impairment. The acceptance of nonconventional therapies can between physicians and well educated patients who more frequently advocate for a broad range of treatment choices. roo$4 Efficacy of abhyanga and udvartana in sthaulya w. s. r. to hyperlipi- daemia Varsharani Patil, SanjaY Patil purpose: Ayurveda is being increasingly accepted by the world for its relevance and adapt- ability to modern times. Development in science and technology, leads to more sedentary life styles, interest in fast food, stress and strain and physically inactivity, then it results into Obe- ABSTRACTS 155 Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh
  • 164. Poster Presentation sity (Sthaulya). If it is not managed properly, he is prone ro get complications like prameha, pakshaghata, Hrudroga and Hyperlipidaemia etc. In the present clinical study, the emphasis has been made to study and evolve the simple Bahiparimarjan treatment methods to treat the hyperlipidaemic Sthaulya patients.Method: All the 60 patients were selected from OPD and IPD of Ayurved Rugnalaya andAnusandhan Kendra, Akola, randomly and divided in to rwo groups and investigated for Hb yo,TLC, DLC, ES& URINE (routine and microscopic), lipid profile etc. before and after rreat-ment. Group A In this group 30 patients were kept on Triphaladi Thila Abhyanga once daily.Group B in this group 30 patieqts were kept on Shailaiyadi Udvartana once daily. All the pa-tients (groupwise) kept on Abhyanga and lJdvartana for 5-10 minutes in every posture andsarvanga Swedana for 10-20 minutes, along with placebo orally.Result: Both treatments procedures found to be equally effective in hyperlipidaemic Sthaulyapatients.Conclusion: Both the groups have shown significant results in subjective and objective param-etels. roo9!)A clinicalevaluation of panchavalkala kashaya yoniprakshalana insweta pradara w.s.r vaginitisReshma Maniyankode Ashok Kumar,Jayasudha G c,Anupama venkataramanaPurpose: Sweta Pradara is an annoying complaint of women seen in the gynaec outpatient setup. Many diseases represent the symptom of white or abnorrhal vaginal discharge whereVagini-tis is a burning problem in women of reproductive age. Advances in understanding the patho-physiology of vaginitis have allowed improved diagnosis and rreatment of these patients. Threemain types of infection causing vaginitis are Bacterial vaginosis accounting for 5O(% of cases,Trichomonas and Candida, 25%o each. No longer considered merely a harmless annoyance,vaginitis is the object of serious studies as it may in rurn result in causing pelvic inflammatorydisease and pregnancy related complications. Though contemporary system of medicine offerscure with oral medications, they often trouble the patient with side effects and tend to recur.Yoni Prakshalana which is safe and acts locally in the affected part could be more acceptable bythe women in reproductive age.Method: A single blinded clinical study with pre-test and post-test design was conducted in20 married female. patients suf[ering from sweta pradara aged between 2O-40 yrs. The selectedpatients were categorized into 2 groups Group A and Group B. These patients were treated withPanchavalkala kashaya yoni prakshalana and with luke warm water respectively for Z days withfollow up on 14th and 21st day.The signs and symptoms in the patients were recorded beforeand after treatment and were compared.Result: Statistically, unpaired T test proved highly significant results in yoni kandu, srava andalso in excoriation of skin of vulval region.Conclusion: Panchavalkala kashaya has proved to be effective against Candida, Trichomonasvaginitis and other non-specific organisms. There were no untoward manifestation associatedwith the use of panchavalkala kashaya yoniprakshalana and it was found to be helpful in main-taining vaginal flora and had good acceptability among parienrs.156 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 165. Poster PresentationloloTStandardization of shwaskuthar rasa prepared with different concen-trations of contents especially of marich lPiper nigrumlMadhuri Pawar,sheebaVargesse : textsPurpose: Shwaskuthar Rasa tsKR] is a herbomineral formulation reported in Ayurvedicas well as in Ayurvedic formulary of India, part 1, 20:49 It contains Maricha lHper nigrumf asa main ingredient, along with detoxified Parada [Mercury], detoxified Gandhaka [Sulphur] de- Manashila (Realgar)toxifiedVatsanabha lAionitumferox),purifiedTankan [Borax], detoxifiedShunthi (Zingiber fficinate) and Pippali (Piper tonsui). SI(R is advocated to tttat respiratorydisorders especially forTamakshwas fBronchial Asthma]. variant in the ratio of the contents of has been observed butthe formulation is stated in literature. Routine clinical use of formulation attempt was madethe standard quality parameters for this medicine afe not in existence An of activeto develop a suitable analytical method for the qualitative and quantitative estimation constituents of SI(R. High performance thin layer chromatography, SEMEDAS, XRD tech-niques were used to standardize the formulation prepared with Method: In present study three samples [S1,S2,S3] of Shwaskuthar rasa were and fourth sample was different proportions of the ingredients mainly of Marich fPiper nigrum) chromatog- procured-from market. Along with organoleptic tests, High performance thin layer iuphy, SEMEDAS, XRD techniques were used to standardize the formulation. and Arsenic inResult: The organoleptic characterestics and Percentage of Piperine, Shagoalfour samples of SI(R were established and compared Marich seedConclusion: It is proved that sample prepared by dry trituration with addition ofone by one ro other ingredients showed significant quantitative increase in the Piperine andShaogal content in comparison with other three samples tolll Veterinary science in ayurveda and its importance Jaydeep Khant purpose: Ayurveda is the ancient health science of Indians. It is mainly for human health (pakshi But other branches that deal with the treatment of animals (mrug ayurveda) birds Among them ayurveda), and trees (vriksha ayurveda) are also considered as part of ayurveda Mrug ayurved is specially recognized and still practicing in many places It includes treatment for cattle, horses, elephants etc-The earliest reference on ayurveda for animals is found in Cha- and elephant In raka samhita about the enema based treatments for goats, cows, horses, camel for animals Koutilya Arthasastra, there are various mentions of free hospitals and treatments and birds. Such an ancient branch of Ayurveda has its own importance for discussing. of the oldest Method: There are many ancient texts that explain treatments for animals. Some (235OBC) texts are Shalihotra Sumhita also known as Aswa Ayurveda was written by Salihotra Hasti Ayurveda and Gaja Ayurveda written by sage Palakapya (2000 4000 BC), Gaja Lakshana by Brihaspathi, Gaja Darpan by Hemadri etc. Matangaleela by Neelakantha for elephants, Jas- Shri l3ish- want salihotra byThakurJaswanth singhji (1948), Karikalpalata by Gangavishnu nadasji (1940), Pasu chikitsa by Radhaprasadvarma (1938),Vrushkalpadrum by I(hemraj Sri- krishnadas (1946), Shalihotra Shastra Kinva Asvapriksha by Kavinarayandas Bhaijibhai Baliya Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 157
  • 166. Poster Presentation(1954) are some of the texts now widely in use. All these explain details of selection of goodquality animals, different diseases of them and their rrearmenrs in detail. Critical study of thetexts by collecting and compiling them is the method of study here.Result: The information gathered and analysed contribute to the existing knowledge of veteri-nary science and open a new area of research in this field.Conclusion: There still exist a few scattered traditional practitioners of Pashu Ayurveda whouse simple but effective herbal remedies to treat common diseases of cattle, an evaluation ofwhich is worthwhile.tot2!)Clinical evaluation of pandughnivati and dhatri lauha vati on garb-hini pandu (iron deficiency anaemia in pregnancy)Rupapara AmitV Donga Shilpa BPurpose: The desire to have a healthy progeny is innateandvery intense in every living being.The hectic life and tremendous stress in todays world has made the conception and continua-tion of pregnancy to term very difficult. Anaemia is one of the common disease conditions whichaffect a pregnant woman. In Ayurvedic classics anaemia in pregnancy is taken under the RasaPradoshajaVikara. It is also a SantharpanothaVikara.Method: Total 26 patients were registered from O.P.D. and I.P.D. of the department of Streero-ga and Prasootitantra, out of them 4 patients were discontinued. They were randomly dividedin to two groups; Group A (n= I 2) Pandughni Vati 2 tablets of 250 mg tds and Group B (n= I 0)Dhatri Lauha Vati I tablet of 250 mg tds. Dhatri Lauha Vati was selected for the presenr studydue to its Pandughna, Prinana, Raktaprasadana properties. AYUSH department has developeda compound formulation Pandughni Vati. As a part of. its clinical trials the same drug was se-lected for present study.Result: Group AThe result observed in Shwasa (dyspnoea) (60%) and Hridrava (palpitation)(53.33%) were highly significant statistically (<0.001). Daurbalya (33.33%), Shrama (fatigue)(40%), Aruchi (anorexia) (28.57o/o) and Pindikodvestana (55.55%) were decreased signifi-cant statistically (<0.05) whereas in Panduta (pallor) (24%) it was not significanr. In GroupB, results observed were hi$hly significant statistically (<0.001) in Panduta (pallor) (50%) andShwasa (dyspnoea) (56.25%).Tt,.e results in Shrama (fatigue) (61.54%),Hridrava (palpitation)(55.55%),Aruchi (anorexia) (42.85%), Pindikodvestan, (49.49Vo) were significantConclusion: On comparing the effect of therapy study was finding better percentage improve-ment in group B consistently in most of subjective and objective parameters. So it can be saidthat Dhatri LauhaVati has somewhat better results, proving it better to PandughniVati.Key words: Garbhini Pandu, Anaemia in pregnancy (Iron deficiency anaemia), PandughniVati,Dhatri I-auhaVati.158 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 167. Poster PresentationlOl,lOTraditional medicinal plants used as hypoglycemic agent in Naga-land: a case rePortNeimenuo Kiso, Mukamchem Yim, L Chuba Yimpurpose: To hightight raditional use of catharanthus rorseus and Ficus cunia ashypogiycemic agent in Nagaland. once daily be-Method: Folksystem: 4 (four) fresh leaves of catharanthus roseus are consumedfore breakfast and 250 mg 300 mg of fresh green leaves or 200 mg 250 mg of dried leaves ofFicus cuniais boiled in2-3liters of water fo. G 20 minutes, this decoction is advice to take twicedaily before meal. officer byResult: Rhakho Janger (Name changed), 52lM/Ch,Degree Graduated, Government years back after then HeDesignation, Purana Bazar, Dimapur, Nagaland was asymptomatic 3 Hospital and throughdeveloped some abnormality so he went to Medicut specialize in Privateblood examination he was diagnosed to be suffering fromType II Diabetes Mellitus, so he tookil;;;;ilJ rrr;ai.u., for one year and above but his blood sugar does not come down suf- examination andficiently. Finally he came to NAC-RC with the same complain, after thorough years his RBS came downinvestigation he was advice to take this herbal plants. From last two from 325 mVdl to 150 ml/dl.Conclusion: From this case history it shows a good fall of blood sugar level which may be due the good clinical researchto use of above mentioned herbal plants. so it is necessary to carry out*J i" ,rrrs and in many traditionally valued plants so that it will be highly beneficial for theSociety as well as the sufferings lol46contribution of ayurveda for human wellbeing: a reviewWasantha Janaki Wickramarachchi purpose: The main aim of this review is to identifii certain principles mentioned in Ayurvedic texts to preserve the health and prevention ofthe diseases Method: From the time immemorial, Ayurveda system of medicine is serving for the welfare of human being by keeping them healthy. Ayurveda not only cures the diseases but also gives life In this views regarding promoiiorr, protorrgation and maintenance of a happy and healthy Dinacharya (daily connecdon Ayurveda has prescribed certain daily routine principles namely; is followed routine), Ratricharya (night routine) Sadvrita (ethical routine) etc Daily routine with regulated diet, sleep and brahmacharya. The present sociery modified life styles and food p"ar.rn, create various rypes of disorders such as obesity, diabetes, rheumatoid arthritis etc A1urveda has clearly mentioned the methods of maintaining a healthy life. So it is essential to conscious the present society with needful guidelines to maintain their health Result: Ayurveda has equated human body with a building Pillars are required to make the pillars building stable. similarly the need of three pillars (Sthambha) and three supporting (Upastambha) have been emphasized for human body. The three pillars are the three doshas; vara, pitta and kapha. The three supporting pillars are ahar (diet) nidra (sleep) and brahm- upasthabhas acharya (celibacy). According to Charaka Samhitha a person who observed these properly, well endowed with strength, complexion, and longevity and maintaining the health in his full lifespan. Pradesh ABSTRACTS 159 Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya
  • 168. Poster PresentationConclusion: In the present scenario fast and stressful life, observation of these three will defi-nitely maintain the status of equilibrium. Thus applyrng this unique health care approach ofAyurveda, one may enjoy healthy and happy life which is the main objective of Ayurveda.tOt47Pre-storage seed treatments for the maintenance of vigour and vi-ability of aswagandha (Withania somnifera (1.) Dunal)Bijay kumar De, Satadru Palbag, Dheman Saha,Alak kumar Mandal1 Institute of rnedical sciences, Banaras Hindu Unioersity,Varanasi - 22 1005, East U P; 2 Institute of AgricuhuralScience, calcutta Unioersity, 35, B.C. Road, Kolkata - 700 019,lVest BengalPurpose: Withania somnifera (L) Dunal is a perennial shrub from the Solanaceae family andwell known medicinal plant. Traditionally it is known as Aswgaandha. The root extract has beentraditionally used as a tonic and as a sedative but recent research shows that the leaf extract con-tainsrilTithanolides which have been found to have regenerative properties on brain cell synapsesin human cell lines in laboratory studies. Withania somnifera seeds are harvested in the monthof March April. Seed storage under ambient conditions is a very problematic due to prevailinghigh humidity and atmospheric temperature. If seeds stored under uncontrolled conditions, theviability may go down below ten percent after monsoon. So to maintain the vigour and viabilityof lVithania somnifera seed during storage was essential for ensuring better crop stand.Method: lVithania somnifera seed were dry dressed with finely powdered pharmaceutical formu-lations (aspirin, active ingredient ortho acetylesalicylic acid @ 100 mg / kg of seed; celin, activeingredient ascorbic acid @ 500 mg / kg of seed), chemicals (common bleaching powder, activeingredient calcium hypochlorite @ 2 g / kg of seed) and crude plant materials (finely powdereddried fruit of Capsicum frutescens (red chilli powder) and Catharanthus roseous leaf powder @ 2g / kg of seed). After treatments germination test were carried out by standards germination testmethod and seed vigour also studied by the measurement of root and shoot length.Result: Seed deterioration was very fast after monsoon months in uncontrolled storage. Moreor less all dry dressing treatments significantly slowed down seed deterioration in comparison tountreated control under subsequent storage conditions.Conclusion: The result indicates that pre storage dry dressing treatments of Withania somniferaseed with aspirin and red chilli powdep are suggested for the maintenance of seed viability dur-ing storage period and they are inexpensive.Key words: Aswagandha, Seed treatment,Viability and vigourtol4t)Controlled clinical evaluation of effect of mamajjaka (EnicostemmaIittoralel in sthula madhumeha w.r.t.type 2 diabetes mellitusAmit NampalliwarPurpose: Now a day changes in the life style and more use of westernizes lifestyle like fastfood, drinks, high calories diets which have ill effect our body. They also decrease the naturalimmunity present in the body resulting in various diseases. In this disease Madhumeha whichhas been correlated with Diabetes Mellitus has become a global problem in spite of advances in160 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 169. Poster Presentationmodern science. This study was designed to evaluate the effect of Mammajaka in Sthula Mad-humeha (Type 2 D.M.) and to experiment and see whether any significant relief can be provided:.T:::T"r the study,40 patients having signed and symptoms of Madhumeha were selectedfrom IPD and OPD of GAC Nanded, and randomly divided into two groups. 1] Trial Group:20 patients were treated with Cap. Mamajjaka, Dosage: 500 mg Capsule 2 BD for 12 weeks.2] Control Group: 20 patients were treated with Allopathic treatmentThb. Metformin. Dosage:500 mg BD for 12 weeks.Type of study: Open randomised controlled studyResult: After study, it was observed that the relief of sign and symptoms in Trial group wasstarisrically significant. It reduces BSL level and associated sign and symptoms in Diabetic pa-dents.Conclusion: The results suggest that Cap. Mamajjaka is efficacious in Madhumeha (Type 2D.M.). No side or toxic effects were noted in any of the patients during the trial period.lOl i-r IEfficacy of ayurvedic formulations in allergic asthma patients w.s.r.toelevation of TlgEHariharan Subramanian, Dhanvanthri PremvelPurpose: Allergic Asthma Tamaka swasa is one of the most distressing common diseases,that affect a sizable number of world populations. Internal and external allergens such as envi-ronmental change, pollutants and unsuitable foods are believed to be the predisposing factorsrvhich sensitize the immune system of the body and trigger production of the antibody Immuno-globulin E. These result in sneezing, running nose, irritation of eyes, inflammation of bronchialrnucosa and wheezing. Ayurvedic formulations such as Dasamoolakatuthrayam kwatha, Vyo-shadi vatakam, Swasanandam gutika and Swasa kalpa are widely used by Ayurvedic physiciansand clinically proven to have anti allergic effect.They relieve bronco spasm airway block, sneez-ing and running nose. Current Study was aimed at proving the efficacy of these formulations inAllergic Asthma.Method: Patients diagnosed with Allergic Asthma were chosen for clinical study. A total of 38patients of either sex ranging from the age of 4 to 48 were selected for the study. All the patientswere tested for their blood level TIgE. Most of them were found to have elevated blood levelTIgE. Every patient was given Dasamoolakatuthrayam kwatha, Vyoshadi vatakam Swasanan-dam gutika and Swasa kalpa orally for 6-8 weeks and the progress was observed. The observa-tions were recorded based on subjective and objective methods.Result: It was construed from the results that the trial medicines had significant anti allergic,expecrorant, bronco dilatation and overall reduction in the symptoms of Allergic Asthma in theanalyzed patients. By the end of 8 weeks 16 out of 38 patients had significant recovery from thesymptoms, l8 had good control of the ailment while the rest 4 displayed poor progress.Conclusion:The study vividty fortified the therapeutic efficacy of the trial drugs in the manage-menr of Allergic Asthma. Besides relieving the symptoms, the drugs significantly reduced theelevatedTlgE in the blood. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 161
  • 170. Poster PresentationI Ol i-r7A comparative study on the diuretic activity of Desmodium genieti-cum DC.(Shaliparni) and Desmodium lexifloram DC in albino ratsBhavesh VaghelaPurpose: Find utmost appropriate substitute of Shaliparni (Desmodium gangeticumDC)Method: Wister strain albino rats of either sex were used for experiments with the followingconditions: The animals were obtained from the animal house attached to the pharmacologllaboratory LP.G.T. and R.A., G.A.U., and Jamnagar. They were exposed to natural day andnight cycles, with ideal laboratory conditions in terms of ambient temperature and humiditl.Temperature during the time of carrying out the experiment was between (22 + 2C) and hu-midity (50 60%). They were fed ad libitum with Amrut brand rat pellet feed supplied by PranavAgro Industries and tap water. All the experiments were carried out after obtaining permissionfrom Institutional Animal ethics committee (IAEC 09 10/05 MD 10).Result: The effect of D. gangeticum and D. lexiflorum root powder on urine volume and pH areshown in table 1. The First test drug D. gangeticum produced non significant increase in urinevolume and pH while the second test drug D. lexiflorum also produced non significant increase inurine volume and pH.The effect of D. gangeticum and D. Iexiflorum root powder on Na, K and Clare shown in table 2. The First test drug D. gangeticum produced non significant increase in Naand K but non significant decrease in Cl while the second test drug D. Iexifiorum also producednon significant increase in Na, K and Cl.Conclusion: In absence of Desmodium gangeticum we can use Desmodium lexiflorua as a diureticagent.lOl i-r!)A literature study on the medicinal preparations mentioned in SriLankan indigenous medicine for chronic wound healingEranga Karandugoda, Roshini Perera, A.A.J. PushpakumaraPurpose: Chronic wounds are a challenge to the modern medical science since there is noproper medication to correct this imbalance as to stimulate and enhance the growth of healthigranulation tissue making the wound fill up.When Sri I-ankan traditional medicine is concernedit has been strewn with a large number of medicinal formulas for wound healing especially forgranulation tissue formation. The primary intention of this study was to collect these formulasand analyse them to come up with the most frequently used herbal, mineral and animal mate-rial. It was also wished to analyse their pharmacodynamics properties to see how they agree withAyurvedic theories in healing a wound.Method: For this purpose, a literature study was carried out by referring 30 major Sri LankanTraditional texts and manuscripts. Formulas which particularly prescribed for tissue formation(Vrana ropana) were retrieved. They were studied, analysed and were calculated to come uFwith the mostly used ingredients.Result: At the end of the study 152 formulas were analysed gathering 157 herbal material.lO minerals and 8 materials of animal origin i.e. 176 materials in total. The analysis revealedthat Ficus religiosa, Ridi thuththam (Calamine) and Bees wax as the most frequently mentioneimaterial in wound healing formulae in Sri Lankan traditional medical texts. Pharmacodynamic 162 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 171. Poster t and growthanalysis showed essential properties in nutritionConclusion:ItwasseenthattheSriLankanTraditionalMedicinepossessesarichpoolofme- pi; rehgiosa, Ridi thuththam (calamine) and Beesdicinal formulas for chronic wound ir."rhg. inwax as the most frequently used materirt, *itit herbai, mineral and animal origin respectively medical textsrvound healing formulae in Sri Lankan traditionallOl$,1Hemiplegia: an Ayurvedic perspective arises frompurpose: Hemiplegia, is a preval"rrt "nd disabling neurological disorder which vascular other Hypertension, Iniuries,Tumors, Embolism andmultiple etiologies like systemic vata Ayurveda as Pakshaghata one of the kevalaocclusions of the brain. It is well explained in and Snayus (Tendons (vascular structures)vyadhis, resulting when Vatakopa affects the Siras half ofand Ligaments) of any one half of the body characterized by paralysis of the affected and extremities In modern science the le-the body, face and impaired movements oljoints with the site of infarction of thesion and clinical symptoms stands classified in accordance challenges the clinicians warranting abrain. Hemiplegia Pakshaghata however aa"y, currently polyherbal formulations have been foundcomprehensive and effective medication. Ayurvedic study aims to determine the clinical efficacyto have therapeutic efficacy for Hemiplegi". rni, and Ekangavir Ras towards restoring theof Danadanayanadi Kasayam, Ksheerabala Avarthi normalcy in Pakshaghata. were randomly selected and Method: 15 patients in the age group of 30 70 with Pakshaghata Avarthi and Ekangavir Ras for a period administered Danadanayanadi Kasayam, Ksheerabala observed dailyThe gradual recovery from of 6 8 weeks.The clinical progress of the patients was the clinical symptoms was observed and documented portrayed a marked recovery from the in- Result:The patients administered with the trial drugs speech, deviation of mouth hyperreflexia ability to move the arms and legs, stiffness, incoherent organs. poo, confusions and impaired functions of the Sensory "o,,..,,tration, that Ayurvedic polyherbal conclusion: It is extrapolated and fortified from the observations Ekangavir Ras undoubt- Avarthi and formulations viz. Danadanayanadi Kasayam, Ksheerabala in the recovery from ailment edly has the efficacy of ueatlg Hemiplegia and helps lol6l) formulation Hepatoprotective activity of Hippo-o8 an oral ayurvedic against ethanol induced liver damage Pakutharivu Thangaraian Suriyavathana M 1 DEPT OF BIOCHEMISTRY PERIYAR UNIVERSITY hepatoprotective activiry of Hippo Purpose: The present study was carried out to evaluate the activiry of Hippo 08 was examined against 0g an oral ayurvedic formulation. Hepatoprotective ethanol induced liver damage in rats using Liv 52 as control GGT, where evaluated using Method: The Biochemical parameters like serum, ALR AST, standardprocedures.Liverhistologicalchangeswerealsoanalyzed parameters like serum ALR AST ALT Result: Ethanol produced significant changes in various with Hippo 08 (500 mg/kg bwt GGT, along with changes in histological parameters.Treatment of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 163 Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government
  • 172. and 1OO0 mdkg b.wt) significantly prevented the biochemical and histological.hengcs inducedby ethanol, indicating the recovery of hepatic cells. The activity of Hippo 08 was also compa-rable to that of Liv 52 d known hepatoprotective.Conclusion: The results of this study strongly indicate that Hippo 08 has got a porent hepato-protective action against ethanol induced liver damage in rats.t0t77Yogic karma (dhauti and ujjai pranayama) and vasavleha in TamakShwasRekha Jain, Aparna SharmaPurpose: In a list of chronic non cotnmunicable diseases, the Bronchial Asthama is one psy-chosomatic disease, influenced by many factors. According to If.H.O. 400 millions of globalpopulations are suffering from Bronchial Asthma, out of which l/6th are Indians and the preva-lence of asthma increasing everywhere. Major responsible factors are Atmospheric pollution,rapid environmental changes, adaptation of newer dietetics preparations and tremendous psy-chological stress. The clinical manifestations show high recurrence pattern. Therefore the man-agement criteria should be addressed to improve the Q.O.L.The purification therapy mentionedin the yogic classical text followed by drugs which have Rasayana effects can improve Q.O.L. bydecreasing the recurrence of episodes and avoiding the drug dependence and adverse effects.The study was designed to compare the effect ofYaugic karma (Dhauti and Ujjayi Pranayama)andVasavleha, observe effect of these therapies on haematocrit value and other parameters andto collect data of overall effects and used it for the comparative assessment.Method: In present study total 30 patient of Thmak Shwasa, age between l6 to 70 year, regis-tered from I.P.D and O.P.D of N.IA, in 3 groups - A GROUP 10 patients treated with Dhautikarma and Ujjayi Pranayama. B GROUP 10 patients treated with vasavleha, C GROUP l0patients treated with medicine of above the both groups.Result: In the group C - 30% attained marked improvement 50% moderate and 2Yo.mild im-provement. In the B group 58.33% attained moderate, 25%o mild and 8.33o/o marked improve-ment. 8.3Yo remained unchanged. In the group A 50% attained moderate, 40% mild and loo/oremained unchangedConclusion: Dhauti and Pranayama combined with vasavleha in chronicTamak Shwasa is thebetter option in relieving the symptoms as well as prolonging the recurrence by augmenting theBalam. How it act on various clinical symptoms ofThmak Shwasa will be explained ar rhe timeof paper presentationtor78Dose prakriti affect vitalfunctions at static stateMahendra PrasadPurpose: To evaluate the some fundamentals objective non-invasive parameter like body massindex, body temperature, pulse rate and arterial blood pressure (systolic and diastolic) at restingdtage, would serve a good indicator to determine the prakriti.Method: The study are designed in 54 people on the occasion of Ayurvedic Health Fair 2010in the campus of State Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Atarra Banda. Prakriti was assessed by164 ABSTRACTS sth World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 173. Poster Presentafionquestionnaire to the subiects So also, the vitals, pulse rate, height, weight, body temperature(sublingual) and blood pressure were measured. One way ANOVA statistical test was appliedResult: Study of prakriti in relation to vital static activiryis not significant. In case of temperatureanalysis the calculated F value is greater than tabulated F value. In Ayurveda human physiologyis based on Tridosha theory. It is conceptual and most scientific. It regulates the homeostaticmechanism by three doshas namelyVata, Pitta and Kapha of a Prakriti person affect its activityin different parameter. In static state it is silent not affecting and lies within physiological limit.Temperarure of core body is constant (97oF to 99oF). It is regulated by hypothalamus. BMIdepends on diet intake and exercise, and deposition of fat. Systolic blood pressure is determinedby pumping of blood via heart. Body is acclimatized according to situation but not on its prakritiuntil unless body is not in action.Conclusion: The pulse rate, height, weight, BMI, systolic blood pressure, diastolic blood pres-sure and remperarure are in lies in physiological limits.They are not related with prakriti typingat static state.rorTt)Double-blind randomized placebo-controlled clinical trial of herbalcompound Livomap (MA-579) in patients with non alcoholic fattyliver diseaseAbha Saxena, Nidhi Kaushik, Anoop Misra, 5 M Bhushan, Naval Kishor Vikramt Department of Diabetes and. metabolic disease Fortis hospitalVasant Kunj New Delhi,2 Maharshi Ayuraedahoducts Pot. LtdPurpose: Non alcoholic fatty liver (lr{AFLD) is increasingly being recognized as an impor-tant entity in the spectrum of liver diseases, indicate the presence of fatty infiltration of liver innon-alcoholics. Treatment of NAFLD typically focused on the management of associated con-ditions which may be beneficial but limit their uses due to side effects. Therefore there is needro evaluare herbal formulations for the treatment of NAFLD.The objective of present study wasto evaluate the effect of MA 579 (Livomap) in patients with NAFLD.Method: Fifry eight patients with NAFI-D, proven on ultrasonography with"/without persistentelevation of serum alanine aminotransferase (ALT) or aspartate aminotransferase (AST) andwith negative viral markers were enrolled. Patients received one month of placebo, diet andexercise advise and were subsequently randomized to receive either MA579 or Placebo (2 tabBD) for 4 months. Patients were followed up every month forclinical evaluation. Assessmentsof all biochemical investigations were done at baseline. Liver function test, S.insulin, lipid profileperformed at baseline (day I , day 60 and at the completion of study (day I 20). Uluasonographyperformed at baseline (day l)and(day 120).Result: Fifr5r out of 58 patients completed the study. Twenty six patients were on MA 579and 24 patients received Placebo. After 16 weeks, significant reduction in hepatic steatosis de-termined on ultrasonography was observed in group MA 579 (p<0.01). Greater reduction intriglycerides was also observed in the MA 579 group as compared to placebo (p=0.02). No ef-fect was observed in plasma transaminases levels in both groups. Significant reduction in painin abdomen was also observed in medicine group (p<0.01) as compared to placebo group. Noside effects were observed so far.Conclusion: MA 579 decreased triglyceride levels and hepatic steatosis significantly. It may bebeneficial for NAFLD patients, which need to be tested in larger sample size. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS 165
  • 174. Poster PresentationIOHt4Study on savarnakara ghrita and savarnakar lepa in the managementof kikkisaShiv Shankar Rajput, Jal pa Joshi, Asokan Vasudevan1 Medical Officer-San.and, ISM, Goot. of Gujarat,2 Ph.D. Scholar, Dept. of SRPT, IPGT and RAPurpose: Striae gravidarum a physiological change due to overstretching of skin, in 2nd tri-mester of pregnancy, especially in the 6th to 7th month. This cosmetic problem among youngwomen was seldom addressed successfully by any system of medicine.The study was an-attemptto fulfill this lacuna based on principle of Ayurveda. According to Ayurveda, agni mahabhuta incombination with four mahabhuta is responsible for colour and texture of skin. Bhrajaka pittasituated in the skin is responsible for absorption and metabolism of lepa dravyas. The Savar-nkara ghrita and Savarnkara lepa were selected based on this concept.Method: 64 patients selected randomly from OPD and IPD of LP.G.T.& R.A. Jamnagar, weredivided into 3 Group A,B and C and administered with Savarnakara Ghrita 10 grams orally,twice daily; Savarnkara Lepa (quantity sufficient) externally twice daily; Oral Placebo wheatCap. and IGishna Mrittika Lepa respectively. The duration of the treatment for all the groupswas for 2 months. Each of the groups were subdivided into preventive and curitive types.Result: I. Preventive Group: Group A Non-occurrence (40%), Moderate occurrence (20%),Group B Non-occurrence (60%), Mild occurrence (30%); Moderate occurrence (10%), GroupC Moderate occurrence (75%); Severe occurrence (25%). il. Curative Group: Group A Mod-erate improvement (60%); Mild improvement (40%o), Group B Marked improvement (55%);Moderate improvement (27%); Mild improvement ({8%), Group C Symptoms(Kandu,Vidahaetc.) aggravated, IJnchanged (1 00%).Conclusion: Savarnkara Lepa accelerated the process of skin remodelling. Group B show betterresult when compare to A and C. The Savarnkara ghrita thougLr has Vata shamaka, Kandughnaaction and Sneha4 effect, proved better then group C but less effective than B. A better trial withlarger sample was recommended to evaluate much significant outcome.Key words: Strie gravidarum, Kikkisa, Savarnakara Ghrita, Savarnakara Lepa.rol9lRole of kapikachhu churna in oligozoospermia w.s.r. kshinshukraSuresh JadhaoPurpose: In present scenario worldwide male infertility has increased with the major causebeing Oligozoospermia. According to physiology described by the Acharyas, Shukra formed inthe shukravaha srotas which is responsible for the conception denotes spdrmatozoa,When insuf-ficiency of shukra occurs then it called as I(shinshukra. As per modern, sperm count less than 15millipn/ml is called Oligozoospermia. The aim of study was to access the effrcacy of kapikachhu(Mucuna pruriens) churna in Oligozoospermia.Method: The study was carried out at NIA, Jaipur. 30 Patients were selected from NIA OPDand IPD with inclusion criteria of adult male in the age group of 20 60 years having sperm count<20 million/ml. Excluded patient < 20 years and > 60 years, azoospermia, chronic diseases andpsychological problems. In clinical trial Kapikachhu churna was given in the dose of 5gms twice166 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorldAyurvedaCongressandArogya Expo2012
  • 175. Poster Presentationa day with milk for 45 The effect therapy on spermatogenesis was observed by the semen days.analysis before and after treatment. Charak Samhita, Sushruta Samhita, Ashtang Hridaya, andBhavprakash were used for references..Result: At the end of the therapy totalT5o/o patients got moderate improvement; 1667%o a.nd8.33% patients were reported mild improvement and no change respectively.Conclusion: The results showed that significant increase in sperm count as it increases thespermatogenesis.lOl$rlApplied uses shwadanshtraditail matra bastias pain management ingridhrasi patients of Gridhrasi are very common manifestation in India especially inrrur"::::::*eto heavy physical work as Agriculture is the main profession. As we come to the treat-area duement part in modern medicine there is very few remedies are available like analgesic and nervetonic etc.Though it said as a kastasaadhya vyadhi but still has very good modalities of treatmentare available. The focus of this study is to treat patients of Gridhrasi with Swadanshtradi taiiMatra Basti and to bring awareness in patients about the Ayurvedic treatment and its results inGridhrasi.Method: Swadanshtradi tail as per vatarogadhikar ofVangsen Samhita was selected for MatraBasti and clinical trial has been done on 10 randomly selected patient. The Basti was adminis-tered bhijanpaschat pratah at a dose of 72 ml for 7 days.Inclusiae criteria: Patient havingVataj Gridhrasi, radiating pain from hip to great toe.Exclusion criteria: Patient of HIV IHD, uncontrolled diabetesPain factor before and after course of Matra Basti was assessedOn the basis of SLR test andTalkingTime result was assessed.Result: In the 7 patient amongst l0 has got 80 % relief from pain. In 5 patient SLR came nega-tive after Tdays course of Matra Basti.Conclusion: So the Swadanshtradi tail is very much useful in controlling the pain in Gridhrasi.Key words: Gridhrasi (Sciatica) Shwadanshtradi tail, Matra basti. ro20:l Effect of sheetaprabha tablets on ethylene glycol induced urolithiasis in rats Sampath Vemula, Nilakash Selkar, Mukesh Chawada, Kapil Thakur, Mahesh Vahalia Purpose: Sheetaprabha tablets, Ayurvedic proprietary medicine, contains Sweta Parpatiand- Hajrul hahood bhasma as active ingredients. Sweta parpati is mainly indicated in mootravaha srotovikara and hajrul hahood bhasma is having mootrala and ashmari bhedana actions. A sur- vey of the literature showed that no pharmacology study was made on the sweta parpati and sheetaprabha tablets. In the present study we investigated the effect of Sheetaprabha tablets in ethylene glycol induced urolithiasis in rats. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh . ABSTRACTS L67
  • 176. Poster. PresentationMethod: Urolithiasis was induced in male wistar rats by adding ethylene glycol (0.75%) indrinking water. Protective (130 mg/kg and 260 mg/kg) and curarive effect (130 me/ke and, 260mg/kg) of Sheetaprabha was studied in experimental animal models.Result: Ethylene glycol induced urolithiatic rats showed significant increase in blood urea ni-trogen (P<0.001), creatinine and phosphorus (P<0.05) and also significant increase in SGOT,SGPT and ALP levels in serum, which were prevented by Sheetaprabha treated rats in protec-tive groups and decreased in curative groups. Histopathology of kidneys were prevented calciumoxalate formation and tubular degeneration, and increase in tubular regeneration was observedin protective (130 mg/kg,260 m/kg) group.Conclusion: The present study findings indicate that treatment with Sheetaprabha tablets,which decreases and also prevents the growth of the calcium oxalate crystals in urinary tract. Italso seems that the preventive effect is more effective than its curative effect. Hence, this studyconfirms the traditional use of Sheetaprabha tablets in urolithiasis.r0206Role of ayurvedic dietetics in prevention and management of diseasesShubhashree M N,Venkateshwarlu GaddamPurpose: Ayurvedic cuisine includes a wide variety of dishes easy to digest. Food is consideredto affect the mind as well as body, nutrition is utilized as deeper source of healing. The studyaims to disseminate the know{edge about the fundamental Ayurvedic principle like Dietetics toconvey tJre merits of this holistic approactr. This paper intends to explore the richness of Ay-urvedic dietetics to prevent and control nutritional deficiency disorders and utilize this reposi-tory of knowledge as a major modifiable determinant of chronic diseases and to improve thenutritional status of women, to formulate comprehensive strategies to address the problems oflifestyle disorders (Non communicable diseases) through dietetics.Method: An in depth literary study of the ancient treatises to rediscover the intricacies of dietet-ics was conducted. Attempt was made to explore the truth behind the concept of viruddhaharaand samskara with respect to dietetics.Result: The concept of Agni is a unique feature of Ayurveda upon which the dietetics is fo-cused. Contrary to the modern science, it does not advocate uniformity but emphasizes onagni and prakruti of an individual rather than calories. Much importance has been given to thecleanliness, hygiene, taste, nutrition, timing, processing, quality, quantity (dosage.with respectto agni) and so on The dietetics is specially designed with special reference to prakruti, roga(diseases), rutu (seasonal dietetics), also for pregnanr womeR for the well-being and growthof foetus. Various recipes have been described under the heading of Krutanna varga which areself-explanatory.Cotrclusion: Ayurveda deals with the pathya vyavastha in a very scientific, rational and holisticway. A glimpse into few chapters of the Ayurvedic classical texts like Charaka Samhita, Sush-rutha samhitha, Bhavaprakasha and books like kshema kutuhala, arogya kutuhala which arededicated to the Ayurvedic cuisines conveys the depth of knowledge.168 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 201 2
  • 177. Poster Presentationlo20f)Excellent herb for cancer management in ayurvedaMadhumita Middha Guglani,Vaidya Rambabu Sharma; PatanjaliYogPeetha, Haridwar :purpose: Now-a-days much is talked about the cancer at all the levels of society. Cancer isconsidered to be a group of life style related diseases. Many types of cancer have strong associa-tion with certain risk factors. Ayurveda can do a lot in this disease through Ayurveda medicines,herbs, diet correction, lifestyle management and samprapti vighatan Cancer is abnormal, un-limited growth of cell and degeneration caused by change in the cell program due to DhatwagniMandya (suppression of fire at deep tissues level). This unnecessary cell multiplication is at thecost of the host. As it is mentioned in Ayurveda text "Vikaro DhatuVaishamyam". It was foundthat purified milk of Ayurveda herbThuhar (Sehund; latin name Euphorbia nerifolia) has a fabu-lous results on cancer. It is found ro work as Dhatwagni Vardhak (Sterilizer) and DhatwagniPachak (stroto shodhak, digestion at tissues level).Result: Indication of Euphorbia nerifolia liver cancer, blood cancer, chronic myelogenous leu-kemia (CML), urerine cancer, intestinal cancer. Contra indication of Euphorbia nerifulia hyperacidity, aciditg high blood pressure. DOSES 1 3 ml; OVER DOSE can cause Nausea, vomitingand ulcer etc. Itwas found Excessive intake of acidic diet causes and aggravates cancer whereasalkaline group of herbs, vegetables and diet like Curcuma longa, Allium sativam, cabbage, cu-cumber,lariots, Hpu nigrum, Zingiber fficinale, broccoli, Atlium cepa etc. helps to cure andprevent cancer.Conclusion: Cancer is curable in 70 percent of cases in second stage through proper Ayurvedaffeatment. Advocacy of diet habits, puie and correct life style, behaviours and living in harmonywith nature are the strong points of Ayurveda. lo2l7Comparative study on the effectiveness of risndmritharagvada(rma7) and visdgudachi ahathurangula (vgc3) decoction in the man-agement of Smavdtha Shyama Kumari RasingollaPurpose: The objective of this study was to compare the efflcacy of RMAT and VGC3 in legjoints pain, morning stiffness of leg joints, inflammation of leg joints, and difficulty in movingjoints and to determine the effect of long term administration of RMAT and VGC3 on RBC, ESR and Rheumatoid factor in AmaVatha. Method: Sixty patienrs between 30 to 60 years were randomly divided into 02 groups (A and B) each group consisting of 30 patients. The decoction of RMA7, 120 ml with bee honey twice a day and the decoction ofVGC3 120 ml with bee honey twice a day were orally administered fo, iwo months to group A and B respectively. Clinical symptoms, and functional status were recorded: severityof eachsymptomwas rated (0 = normal, I = mildr 2 = moderate 3 = marked, 4 = severe).WBC, ESR and Rheumatoid factor were tested before the treatment and after the treatment. Measures of effect were estimated on the difference in mean changes between the two groups. Clinically significant improvement in end points for individual patients was defined before the data analysis. Organized by World Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS L69
  • 178. Poster PresentationResult: The reduction in the mean value for pain in joints, morning stiffness of joints, and dif-ficulty in moving joints in group A was highly significant. There was significant reduction in theaverage swelling score in the group B. Group A had a significant reduction in ES& and Rheu-matoid factor in blood. No significant changes were obseryed of the RBC in blood samples inboth groupsConclusion: This study indicates that in comLparison to VGC3, RIvLAT is a more effective de-coction in the management ofAmavatar02loRural health and snake biteArun DuttaPurposetTb collect, discuss and elaborate the problem of snake bite in rural India.To give firstaid mea$ures and prevention of snakebite in rural health centre.Method: These review article is based on my personal experience and textual review colleetedthe material about first aid measures and prevention of snake bite from brihatri, lagutri andoriginal comrRentary of those. I also reviewed various modern text and websites for currant up-date of relevaqt topic. About 25,000 to 40,000 people reportedly die of snakebite in India everyyear, but range is likcly an under estimate becausg of iRcornplete reporting. Severe flooding, byconcentration of fugman and snakg population has given rise to epidemic of snakebite in India.Mostly in rural India; snake bite iq eomrnon rnedical er,nergency and an oceupational hazardwhere farrning is a major source of enployment, There are at least 3000 species of snake, butonly 400 qpecies are poisonous, whieh means most of them is non-poisonous. So most of peopledied due tg anxiety and fear. Since rural people have to rush to nearby town and cities to getmedical Eupport, precious time is lost in traveling and in organizing support.Result: p,gpommended first aid measure in Snake Bite Regssure the victim Immobilization Avoid manipulation of bitten area l!urniquetPreventions: There is various methods of prevcntions of snakc bite whieh are described in fulltext.Conclugigl: Snake bite is one of major cause of death in India. First aid measure and preventionsof snake bite are essential for rural and tribal peqplee due to prolonged distance of hospital fromtheir native. Ayurveda has menlioned various fust aid measure and prevention of snake biteI 0220Potential of plant medicine in the management of Type ll diabetesmellituFSuman FharaliPurpose: Diabetes mellitus is a metabolic disorder resulting from a defect in insulin secretion,insulin action or both. Insulin deficiency in turn leads to chronic hyperglycemia with distur-bances of carbohydrates, fats and protein metabolism.WHO estimates that more than 346 mil-170 ABSTRACTS . 5th world Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 201 2
  • 179. Poster Presentation in A1urvedic are nany medicinal plants rnentionedlion people worldwide bave diabetes. There at different platform totexts having antidiabetic properties oirr.r.,,t studi" are carried outobserve the antidiabol" "n " of these pd;;T1" pu"poe of this paper is to review different coagulanl (Rishyagandha) as antidiabetic agentstudies, to assess rh" p*""ti4 ofrlflithania r$(lithania coagulants are reviewed to find out the active Method: Different studies done on and ex- antidiabetic effect Different clinical studies compounds of the rh;;;;Jto assess.its perimental gtudies done on rats-are reviewed colnpounds withanolides are detected as the acdve Result: A group of steroidal lactones called ?hysalins, Nica- glycoside, lrithaphysalins, Withanolides are of following groop,, withu,oria" or aromatic ring )Tithanolides Acnistins ndrenones or ring D Aromatic fithanolides Jaborols The extra:t of Tithania coagulants fruits reduced Perculactones, and Withajardines "o;;;; hy- the blood glucose level in normal "rra .o.p-*^tocin induced diabetic rats The identified the be due to poglycemie and potential qf fruits of Withania coagulans may to "ntidi"betic t"-:T.::Tctlt has been alreadv reported significant presenceui r"rug""ulum "nd.Cur"io* in diabe- lower concentration of I{ plays a vital role that the higher concentration of Mg and gene expression- via CREB (calcium Responsive tes r-rlanagement, ca2+ ion activates insulin of stored.insuliR. clinical studies revealed Element Binding protein) responsible ro. i*olwosis gY4Ptoms wlich nlAy be due to good glycemic that there was a slgnifi€4nt improvelncnt ft; < blood sugar in test groups as compared eontrol,There was signifieant (P o,oslieO,qtibnl" to eontrol group. cqagulans-(Ri-shyagandha) fruit pow{er c44 be conelusionE It can be concluded thatilithania ussd effectively for a long tern in the o.u,,,,.rrt sftypt II diabetes mellitus without any side effect, I 02:12 Coronary heart disease: an ayurvedic perspective Aman Sharma, Debajit Bhattaeharyya preventive and therapeutic purpose: The purpose of th:c preqentation ig to analyse Ayurvedas and to aite"s*-lbuoli specifically atherosclerotic CHD measures for treating coronary heart the level of health care currently evaluate how these measures ean contribr* to-"ra.i:1,::*:* potentially for siYo of mortality in India The in India. cardiqvascular Diseases (cvD) urro""t group of 35 64 was 92 million in in the age productive yearE of life lost GPYLL) aue to cvDs ebOO u"O is exBected to rise to 179 million in 2030 MethodETheliteraturerevicwisananalytical,reflective,criticalandevaluativestudyofboth Although this presentation fo- medical literature. historiear as well as Qontempor4ry Ayurvedie literature and research (particularly modern) cuses prir--narily on Ayurveda, multidiseipifu:rary political lit have also been analyscd with p$ychologicut, ,oiiotogical, philosophical ethical and erature that relates to CHD. However, tH".pti*. rulu* oftUs presentaliq* is the Ayurvedic ap= proach to the sPecified conditlon, upderstood that AyurVpdic medigine haq a Resultl With this present pregentatjqn, it can be highly somprehens-", "oniuprrr"l u.rd"rstanding of cHD. It nqt only has its own in depth of thiq condition but also acknowl- explanation of the puitrutosy and elinicai.rrrunif,rtutiqn emotional edges t]lat the causes of thii disease ur" u-.o*ptex combination of physical mental appreciates that spiritual components have a enrrironmental and social faetors Ayurved" "1o cannot profoundly influential involvement and that ffeatment is not complete and true healing t"",r, without incorporating the spiritual dimension of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS L7 | organized by world Ayurveda Foundation and Government
  • 180. Poster Presentation Conclusion: Finally to conclude, this presentation demonstrated that Ayurveda has the poten- tial to effectively contribute towards the goal of reducing the high incidences of CHD in India, as it is a cost effective, long term preventive and therapeutic safe form of medicine, which can provide comprehensive preventative care to potential heart patients and therapeutic benefits to those already afflicted with coronary heart disease. t02:17 Evaluation of tikatadi ksheer basti and osteocompound in the man- agement of asthikshaya w.s.r. to osteoporosissarvesh Kumar singh, Naresh chauhan, shriniwas sharma, Ajay Kumar sharma1 District 4yuroedic HospitatPurpose: To increase the Bone Mineral Density in the patient of Osteoporosis/ Osteopenia onthe basis of ayurvedic management of Asthikshaya by basti and swayoniwardhak Osreocom-pound.Method; 30 patients diagnosed ofAsthikshaya (Osteoporosis/ Osteopenia with r score of BoneMineral Density below I with the help of DEXA Scan) were randomly divided into three groupsA B and C In Group A tab osteocompdund was given for 30 days in the dose of I gramtwice daily with milk and ghrit. In Group B Tikatadi ksheer basti (600 ml) was administeredP:21 days and in Group C tab. Osteocompound was given for ao aays along with Tikatadiksheer basti (600 ml) for 21 days. These patients were subjectively analys.d o1ih. parametersofAsthivedana (feeling of pain in bones and joints) Sandhishathilyam, Katishool (low backache)Dourbalya (weakness) and bbjectively on to score of BMD paramerer.Result: In group C significant results were seen on all parameters. In group A significant resultswere seen on Sandhishathilyam, Katishool and Dourbalya parameters but in Asthivedana andt score of BMD, not significant result were found. In group B significant results were seen onall parameters except t score of BMD where not significant results were found. On comparingthese groups it was found that the results of t score of BMD parameter of group C were moresignificant than groups A and B. Group B was more significanr rhan grorrp, A and C in theresults of katishool. In Asthivedana and Sandhishathilyam the results of groups B and C weremore significant than groups A. In Dourbalya all groups had same significant results.Conclusion: The more percentage and significant results in t score of BMD were found ingroup C. This result were due to the dual effect of vatahar properties of basti and swayoniward-hak properties of Osteocompound. Also significant results were found on all other parametersin this group. l02iDzA comparative study of wild ashwagandha and cultivated ashwa-gandha w.s.r.to rasayan karmaRajeev Kushwah, Nirmala KushwahlIAyushlVingPurpose: Ashwagandha is the most important planr, not only Ayurvedic literature as well asmodern literature also. Scientist has found characteristics difference between wild and cultivatedI72 aSSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and ArogyaExpo2012
  • 181. fro-rn th: wild ones not only in their morpho-plant. The cultivated plants are reported to differ in though the alkaloids present are the samelogical characters Uot in their therapeutically action from the the cultivated plant distinctboth. In view of their difference, some botanist considers ashwagandha Kawl (Atal Schwartingwild one and has given at a new specific namerffithania 78) It is a Rasayan promoteEcon.Bot. 196l, L5,256 Kawl symp.Util.med PL. Lucknowl957iongeviry of life (ch.chi.1/1/7 8).The r.rrdy proposed to evaluate the comparative clinical ef- Rasayan karman"""y oiwa Ashwagandha and cultivated Ashwagandha on of Govt Auto Dhanvantari Ay-Method: 30 patients who are registered in o.P.D and I.P.D in three groups Each gfoup has 10 patientsurvedic Hospital ujjain and randomly divided them ashwagandha churna 5 g Bd Group Group A: 10 Patient of this group were administeredWild (Mandausar Madhya Pradesh) ashwa- B: 10 Patient of this group *1r. "d-i.ristered Cultivated group were administered Nagauri ashwa- J""Jnl-"it"r"l ; i E o Group C: l o Patient of this landha (Rajasthan) churna 5 g Bd up to 581 ohHb 575oh Result: It is clear from the study that IgG increase after ffeatment Lymphogytes 103,Teight I{BC 2.57%,078C 5.56yo,Neutrophil l.53yo, Eosinophil .0106, immunity 3.5gyo,and all these parameter include in cellular and humoral an important role to increase Conclusion: Now.this research shows that Ashwagandha plays clinical study that cultivated immunity as well as acts as an anti oxidant also. Iiis cleared by should be taken for rasayan Ashwagandha has better result than wild, soWithania ashwagandha properties. r0262 clinical application of quantum physics in ayurveda Manaan Gandhi,Vishnu Bawane purpose: Alternative treatment through direct intervention at the frequency level using prin- quantum physics ciples of ayurved and technological understanding of ayurveda with in the form Method: Each and every particle in the universe is in a state of constant movement u p"tti..tlar frequency. Similarly in the body, these vibrations occur of vibrations occurring "t body has its own set of frequencies which helps it differentiate itself Each and every tissue in the results in from the other tissues in the body structurally and functionally. Any imbalance in this catabolism the change of state of the 3 major categories of reactions found in the cell anabolism, and transformation which ultimately results in formation of diseases Result: Treating these imbalances of frequency in the correct way by increasing or decreasing happen is the any of the 3 processes and tapping into the body by various routes to make this metals, mantras etc basic principle of ayurveda. To avoid these routes and mediums like herbs, the body can direcisupply of the correcred frequencies in the channels or the meridian field of correct any such abnormalities insiead, whilst serving purposes of widening channels and break- ing open blockages of such channels, the aim of healing is to get rid of this imbalance level of ex- Conclusion: Hence, we see that when treatment is given on the most fundamental istence, it affects us much more directly, effectively, affordably and repeatedly with theoretically no side effect. This must be taken up and spread for the betterment of humaniry organized byworld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 173
  • 182. Poster Presentation 102{l,lClinical evaluation of kokilaksh (Astercantha longifofia) and guduchi(Tinospora cordifolia) in vata - rakta (Gout).Raman Ranjan,Vijay Shankar Dubey, Uma Shankar ChaturvediPurpose:Vata Rakta is a metabolic disorder. Kokilaksh and Guduchi are easily available plants.There are many references of Guduchi (Yogaratnakar, Vidyotini Hindi commenrary by Shas-tri R.P. Chaukhambha Sanskrit Series,Varanasi, 1955) and I(okilaksh ffanfbhata, Astangah-ridyam,Vidyotini commentary byAuideva Gupta, Ed.Yadunandana Upadhaya, ChaukhambhaSanskrit Sansthan,Vranasi, 8th ed. 1982) in treatment ofVata Raka but yet very few researcheson Guduchi and Kokilaksh have been done so far. Hence, these drugs have been chosen toevaluate their efficacy on vata rakta.Method: In an open random clinical trial set up, l0 patients were selecred from OPD of GACH,Patna for the evaluation. Simultaneously Kokilaksh churna 5gm BD and Guduchi kwath 40 mlBD administered in oral dosage form. For the assessment of effects of the therapy, the patientswere examined on subjective and objective parameters. Sign and symptoms were assessed byadopting standard scoring methods. The results were statistically analyzed. Adverse effects werenoted.Result: Symptomatically and pathologically relief in Swedo atyartham [tvalue3.279 (p<0.01)],Guruta [t a.99(p<0.001)], Sandhi saithilta lt4.7l4(p<0.01)1, Daha [t 4.85(p<0.001)], pain inmetatarsal [t 6 (p<0.001)], 0edema lr 4.73(p<0.001)1, Serum Uric Acid [t 5.75(p<0.001)] arehighly significant. Relief in Sparsagyta, Kshate atiruk, Susupta andVaivarnta are non significant(p>0.01).Conclusion: Both the test drugs Kokilaksh and Guduchi have significant activity in many of thepathologies of the concerned disorder. This clearly shows that they possess the anti vata raktaproperties and have minimal adverse effects.l02tr6Role of chakshushya rasayana in the management of geriatric oculardiseasesShweta Mata, Kartar Singh Dhiman,Viresh AdoorPurpose: There is lack of satisfactory remedy in medical science except surgery, but theChakshushya Rasayanas possesses diversified activities viz. antioxidanr, immuno modulatory,regenerative, adaptogenic etc. According to recent advances Rasayanas works at cellular andsubcellular levels. So the aim of the present study is to find out rhe role of the ChakshushyaRasayanas in the management of geriatric ocular diseases.Method: Detailed literary review of geriatric ocular their management through diseases andChakshushya Rasayana using Ayurvedic texts and related theses, recent material available onnet, published articles as well.Result: The Chakshushya Rasayanas viz. Shilajatu has a constituent, fulvik acid other thanwhich the drug contains about 85 types of minerals, congrugation of which give rise to theproperties like antioxidant, immuno modulatory, antioxidant, hypoglycemic etc. In the phytochemical analysis of Triphala, it is revealed that it contains phenolic acids and polyphenoliccompounds 138+1 3%),tannins t35+3%] along with galic acid, flavinoids, kempferol, etc. inturn17 4 ABSTRACTS 5thWorld Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 2012
  • 183. Poster Presentation racial scavenging effectgeneradng acdons like antioxidants, radiation, protecting abitiry free rieuroprotective propertiescytoprotective and anti mutagenic.Yastimadhu has antioxidant andShatavari has adaptogenic, antidiabetic, antioxidant effects published papers, itconclusion: Hence after the detailed review of all the relevant texts and and Shata-can be concluded that Chakshushya Rasayanas viz. Shilajatu,Triphala,Yashtimadhuvari plays a vital role in the Ayurvedic mode of management of geriatric ocular diseasesrO2BBAn experimental study on infertility effect of gugguluAnjana Dwivedi in the field ofPurpose: Guggulu (Commiphora mukul) is a well-known and prestigious drug Acharya Vagb-Ayurveda, used in -"r,"g.rn.rrt of a variety of diseases In Ashtanga Sangraha for longer dura-hatta has described some untoward effects of Guggulu if it is used in high dosetion. Among these untoward effects, impotency effect was considered to evaluate through anexperimental study on albino rats. groupsMethod: To evaluare the infertiliry effect, Guggulu was administered orally in differentof albino rats in different doses (25 mg and 250 mg/l00gms body weight of albino lat) for differ-ent periods llke 1,213,4,5 and 6 months respectively Results were observed on the basis of birthrate of albino rats. In support of this study some more experiments like Neuropharmacologicaltests for screening of behavioural profile and neurological profile of albino rats, were also carriedout and the results were observed on the basis of scores attained by the albino rats after test Result: Guggulu was having highly significant infertility effect in albino rats when administered in high dose for a longer time without any adverse effects on CNS Conclusion: Guggulu is safe and very effective as an infertiliry drug if it is used in high dose for longer period. I O29ir Efficacy and safety of a herbomineral ayurvedic formulation afrodet plusrM in male rats Rohit Dhumal,Vikas Dighe Mukesh Chawda, Mahesh Vahlia, Geeta Vanage r Shree Dhooptapeshwar,,4jturoedic Research Foundation Purpose: Reverse Pharmacology for drug development has been highly productive and cost plants in ancient effective in resent past as it is based on the documented therapeutic effects of texts. Afrodet Plus@ is formulated to treat male infertility which contents ancient herbo miner- pharmacology als. It,s efficacy and safety is validated through the present animal study in reverse mode. present study was undertaken ro evaluate efficacy and safety of anAyurvedic formulation Afrodet Plus@ in adult male rats. Method: Twelve male rats (Holtzman) berween 8-10 weeks of age were randomly selected and daily animals were assigned to a control and two treatment groups. Dosing wai performed epididymal Various parameters like weekly body weight, haematologYr s€rurt testosterone levels sperm and efficiency of Daily Sperm Production (DSP) were evaluated "orrrrt organized byworld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS 175
  • 184. Poster PresentationResult: It was found that epididymal sperm count had significanrly increased in both low dose (+ 27.39 %o) and high dose (+ 40.5%) groups as compared to control group.The daily spermproductionalsoshowedanincrease of 43.7% athighdoseof 180mg/kgbodyweightascom-pared to the control group. An increase in sperm motility and especially progressive motilitywas-observed when evaluated by Computer Assisted Semen Analyzer (CASA). Histologicalevaluation of testicular tissue for spermatogenic index revealed that the index had increased intreatment group as compared to control group.Conclusion: Present study revealed that oral administration of Afrodet Plus@ resulted in sig-nificant increase in daily sperm production in the testis along with increase in epididymal spermcount and progressive motility as compared control group without producing any rreaimentrelated adverse effects. These findings provide the documentary evidence that the use of Afrodetplus at 90 and 180 mg/kg bw is ef[ective and safe for the treatment of male infertility especiallyto improve sperm count and progressive motility. t0297An experimental study to evaluate the effect of viruddha-ahar l,tr.s.r.to ghee and honeyTrupti Jain, Sangeeta GehlottI D E PT, S HA RI RKRIYA, FAC T]LTY O I; AYU RVE DA, B. H. T].Purpose: Viruddha Ahar has been mentioned as one of the important and basic etiologicalfactor in causation of diseases. There are various combination mentioned in Ayurvedic textswhich are said to have an antagonistic effect on dhatus. Ayurvedic literature as well as Puranashave revealed that Sarpi (Ghee) and Madhu (Honey) if given in combination of equal quantityproduces harmful effects just like poison. Thus above said combination was selected for experi-mental study to explore the rationalities, justi$ring both by the weight and combination.Method: An experimental study was conducted on mice to evaluate the effect of combination ofGhee and Honey. Thirty two mice were taken and randomly allocated into four groups. GroupI was served as control whereas Group II (trial) were given Ghee and Honey in equal quantitydaily. Group III mice were given Sarpi (Ghee) and Madhu (Honey) in 3:1 proportion while inGroup IV mice, Sarpi and Madhu were given in 7:3 proportion. Total duration of study wasthree months. Assessment was done on the basis of different parameters like observation of gen-eral signs, weight certain haematological and histopathological examination.Result: Intake of Ghee and Honey in different proportion showed harmful effects on mice likeirritabiliry dullness, lethargy, weight loss and skin manifestations with hair loss. In haemato-logical examination SGOT and SGPT were found increased as compared to control group. Onhistopathological examination liver tissue showed congestion, focal necrosis, fatty infiltration,ballooning and degeneration in all trial groups. And in skin markedly decreased pilosebaceousunit was observed.Conclusion: Administration of Ghee and Honey (Viruddha ahara) in different proportion pro-duces adverse effects on mice. This proves the textual contraindiction of combination of Gheeand Honey (Viruddha ahara).176 ABSTRACTS . 5thWorl.dAyurvedaCongressandArogya Expo2O12
  • 185. Poster Presentationl oz$t)5ub-chronic safety evaluation of ayurvedic immunostimulant formu-lation immuforterM in rats in reverse pharmacologyNilakash selkar, Rohit Dhumal, Mukesh chawda, Mahesh vahlia, Geeta vanage: S hree Dha opt apeshw ar, Ayurztedic Res earch Foundation of metals constitu-Purpose: The present study was undertaken to assess pfoper detoxification between dose orents of Immuforte and to determine target organ safety, establish relationship adverse effects inexposure and response and also identiff potential parameters for monitoring be used as an immu-ciinical studies, if any.Immuforte is a herbo mineral ayurvedic product tonostimulant in human patients suffering from diseases causing immunosuppression A 90 dayrepeated dose preclinical safety study of the same has been carried out in rats of aMethod: Ten males and ten females, were assigned to the following five groups consistingcontrol, three treatment groups and a satellite/recovery group namely Group I (vehicle control;gum acacia), Group II (1r0 mg/kg Bly7 of Immuforte in gum acacia), Group III (360 mg/kg BWof Immuforte in gum acacia) and Group IV (600 mdkg BW of Immuforte in gum acacia) A sat-ellite group or recovery group (600 mg/kg B7 of Immuforte in gum acacia) containing 5 males of studyand 5 females were utrolrr.tna.d which Was sacrificed 15 days after the termination and midResult: The results showed significant decrease in percent lymphocyte count of highdose groups as compared to control groupThe percent neutrophil counts in all the three treated groupgrorrp* of male and female rars were found to be significantly higher than that of control as compareip. o.osl. In females MCV values in low dose and mid dose were significantly higher total serumto control (P< 0.05).The males from low dose group showed significant decrease in group alongprotein, globulin, electrolyes, direct bilirubin, creatinine levels whereas in mid dose In females,with albumin, globulin. Asignificant decrease in AST (and cholesterol was observed mid dose of Im-significant decrease was observed in total protein and globulin of low dose andmuforte treated rats (P< 0.05). Though few hematological and biochemical parameters weie these values different from control group no does related response was observed and further, allwere comparable with historical control data of the colony.Terminal body weight, organ weight, metal gror, histopathology did not reveal any toxicity related any adverse effects Heavy "rrJ not show presence analysis of the blood samples collected from terminally sacrificed animals did of heavy merals viz Lead (Pb), Mercury (Hg), Cadmium (cd) and Arsenic (As). any Conclusion: The results of the present study demonstrated that Immuforte does not cause observable toxicity at doses used in the study when administered for the period of 90 days and is safe for the human use. r o:lo2 Pharmaceutico-analytical study of mayur puccha bhasma prepared by two methods Purpo"e: MayurPuccha bhasma (Calx of peacock feather), an Ayurvedic animal product prepared from peacock feather with different methods mentioned in Siddhayogasangraha, -nnuirnupu Samhita. It is mainly indicated in Chardhi, Hikka, Swasa.Till today no research work exact phar- has been done on Mayur Puccha bhasma prepared by two different methods and macopeial standards are also not available. The present study was aimed to assess the Physico chemical components of Mayur Puccha bhasma prepared by Ghee flame and Gajaputa method and to lay down the Pharmacopeial standards for the assessment of its standard qualities Organized by World Aydrveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS L77
  • 186. Poster PresentationMethod: Mayur Puccha bhasma was prepared by two classical procedures, one by burning onghee flame (Sample A) pecond by giving four Gajaputas (Sample B) and finished products weresubjected to various Physico chemical studies to find out Ash value, PH value, Sp gravity Mois-ture content, Preliminary organic analysis and Gravimetric analysis.Result: Both the bhasmas exhibited marked difference in colour, moisture content and %o ofinorganic compounds.The bhasma prepared by Gajaputa method contains essential and benefi-cial inorganic elements, electrolytes in more quantity with less moisture content, neutral pH.Conclusion: Sample B is having less moisture (l %) content which may contribute for increas-ing its stability and having high ash value as it consists of inorganic elements in more quantityand indicates that bhasma prepared properly. The neutral pH of Sample A and B indicates nosignificance difference in their pH value. Sample B contains Copper, bon,Zinc, Sodium, Potas-sium, Calcium, Magnesium, Manganese, Aluminium, in more quantity than Sample A but in apermissible amount. As Mayur Puccha bhasma prepared by Gajaputa method contains essentialand beneficial elements, having natural pH and free from steroids may contribute as one of theusefully and safe alternative medicine in Chardhi, Hikka, Swasa.ro:lo!)Evaluation of ayurvedic method of teaching in context to modern eraArvind Kurnar Gupta,Asit Kumar Panja, Kedar Lal MeenaPurpose: To revalidate the importance of traditional A1urvedic method of teaching in moderntechnological era.Introduction: Education is the A stout and firm tree must have deep, seed of knowledge tree.thick and branchy roots. This is also related to the Ayurveda education. The roots of Ayurvedaare fundamental principles.These should be clear to each and every student of Ayurveda. In thisera of globalizatiori, teaching methodology of Ayurveda is the subject of profound thinking. Inancienr rimes, the teaching is done by Shruti (Verbal l(nowledge), Gyan andVigyan Parampara.but the modern teaching is related to perception of Gyanendriyas through Audio visual aidsonly. The ancient Ayurvedic teaching has not only emphasized on the intellectual improvementbut also stressed on the moral and spiritual improvement of the student. As a result, the conse-quences and propagation of grasped knowledge were lasted for a long time.Method: Literature, from Vedic period to till date, has been searched out and consequentlyanalysis and evaluation has been made in the purview of teaching methods.Result: Ancient educational system emphasized on total upliftment of the student along withtechnical proficiency. It will also give light on various untouched angles of modern science.Conclusion: Moral and spiritual enhancements of the scholars along with the specific improve-ment is necessary build to a good, effective and healthy society. This is high time to re evaluatethe Ayurvedic methods of teaching in the purview of modern technological system of educationand should be adopted for benefit of the mankind.Key words: Ayurveda, Teaching Methods. 178 ABSTRACTS . 5th World Ayurveda Congress and Arogya Expo 201 2
  • 187. Poster Presentation .to:|26Clinico comparative study of shodhan purvak shaman ahd shamanchikitsa in management of aamvataSwati NagpalPurpose: To compare the effect of shodhan purvak shaman and shaman chikitsa in manage-ment of aamvata part 40 pa-Method: Above study was planned in two parts conceptual and clinical For clinical were divided in twotients having disease aamvata were randomly selected from opd and ipdand givenWhich wasgroups. In shodhan purvak shaman group shodhan basti and shaman vati were yog vati was administeredselected from classic text of ayurveda. In Shaman group only shamanto the patients. Total duration of treatment in both groups was of 8 weeks. maiorResult: Shodhan purvak shaman therapy has given complete remission in 6 patientsimprovement was found in 9 patients, 4 patients in minor improvement category and one in un major improve-improved category. In shaman therapy complete relief was found in 3 patients, patient was found in ment in 12 patients, in minor improved ."t.gory there were 5 patients no unimproved category. to Conclusion: The results thus obtained were subjected to analytical statistical techniques on individual compare both mode of treatments. Critical assessment of total effect of therapies patient reflecrs that shodhan therapy along with shaman vati was more effective in paciffing the as compared symptoms of disease aamvata and bringing down the level of disease activity also to shaman therapy alone. Mode of action of drug is discussed. No side effects were seen I Ollll,lA clinical study on the efficacy of Jalaukawacharana in the manage-ment of janu sandhigata vata w.s.r.to osteoarthritis of knee joint AshokVardhan Shinde as shula Purpose: The sandhigata vata described in Ayurveda causes the symptomatology such sotha, stambhana, sparsha asahyata, Sputana, akunchana prasarana vedana etc whereas the os- teoarthritis described in modern science can be correlated with sandhigata vata because it also in produces the features such as inflammation, pain, stiffness, limited movements and deformity prevalence in global severe cases. Osteoarthritis is the 2nd most common illness with 22 29oh of population. Presently available modern medication is causing many side and toxic effects which ,o-etimes may need hospitalization also. Hence it requires the need to find such a therapy and eas- which gives better relief without any side or toxic effects and also natural, cost effective jalaukawacharana was ily available. Hence the non surgical biological therapeutic means such selected, Method: Total of 20 patients were selected on the basis of selection criteria (inclusion and andYo- exclusion criteria) and then they are grouped into two i.e. 10 each in Jalukawacharana garajaguggulu group. The jalukawacharana was done with 7 day interval for about 6 sittings in 1r, grorrp where as in 2nd gfoup yogaraja guggulu l25mg thrice a day was given for 6 weeks For assessment, the koos was taken as subjective and range of motion was teken as objective parameter for proper assessment and they are subjected for statistical validity organized byworld Ayurveda Foundation and Government of Madhya Pradesh ABSTRACTS I79
  • 188. Poster Presentation . Result: After analyzing, the jalukawacharana shown significant and remarkable result in com- parison withYogaraja guguulu.The symptomatology were reduced to great extent and range of motion is alsri improved a lot by jalukawacharana than with yogaraja guggulu. Conclusion: the janu sandhi gata vata can correlate or compared with osteoarthritis of knee joint. The non surgical, biological therapeutic means i.e. jalukawacharana shown good result in treating with janu sandhigata vata i.e. osteoarthritis of knee joint in comparison with standard group i.e. yogaraja guggulu. I O:l:t5 A clinical study on the effect of paneeya kshara in the management of asmari w..s.r. to urina ry calculi Chakradhar KV Purpose: In Ayurveda, the diseases asmari was described under asta maha gada by Susrutha. This shows how difficult this disease to treat medically or surgically. According to modern sci- ence, various deposits of urological salts precipitate and form the calculi. The prevalence of this disease urinary calculi is about 39lo of population with 1% of highly exploitable with severe agony and