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  • 1. Atharva 2006 Abstracts ý Silver Jubili Celebrations & AyurExpo Q Ayurvedic Conference & International2006 Building Renovated with 1+3 floors & Ambulance – 2006 & Improved Landscape of DGM campus h Chyavana, Mastishkya, Prayogika & Chamara˜ Multispeciality 4 CME’s2005 Rachana Spandana & Teacher’s Syllabus workshop 20052004 Basti – Ardha Chikitsa Panchakarma CME N Deepotsava – 20042003 3 PG faculties – Panchakarma, Dravyaguna ˜ & Rasashastra Established2002 Panchakarma Reorientation Course Initiation & Estb. Of2001 Organised Principals forum 20022000 Formation of Alumni Association S Pharmacy inaguarated1999 Publication Division Established & Magazine Amruta Bindu - Started199819971996 Established Kayachikitsa PG Dept.-19961995 Principal Dr. G. B. Patil (1-6-1996)19941993 % State Sports-meat 92-9319921991 f State -cultural meat 90-911990 k Ultra sound equipment for Hospital installed1989 G Own Campus New College Bulding Erected 88-891988 k X-Ray equipment for Hospital installed 87-881987 Danappa Memorial National Conference - 19871986 2 100% Benefit of Grant in Aid19851984 KGrant in Aid - 19821983 1982 k Principal Dr. S.V. Savadi (1-5-1982 to 31-5-1996) 1981 X I/c Principal Dr. G.M. Kanti (2-11-1979 to 30-4-1982) 1980 X I/c Principal, Dr. S.C. Hiremath (9-8-1979 to 1-11-1979) DGM Ayurvedic Medical Colege Estableshment 1979 1978 J.S.V.V. Samste Establishment D.G.M. Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Post Graduate Studies and Research Center, Dr. S.V. Savadi Road, GADAG – 582 103, Karnataka (India) http://www.dgmamcgadag.org/
  • 2. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts001. THE EFFECTS OF VAYAHSTHAPANA MAHAKASHAYA AN AYURVEDIC IMMUNO-REJUVENATOR IN MIDDLE-OLD AGE (I.E. 40-70)Vd. M. M. Makwana, Reader, Dept of Kayachikitsa (P.G.), Smt.K.G.M.P.Ayurvedic College,N.S.Road, Mumbai- 400 002 Those who got birth must be die as per natures’ law. But the theory of natural destructionwould be played an important role to maintain the healthy peaceful long life by way ofunderstanding proper ethical and philosophical knowledge. The individual is regular inmaintaining of physic, regular in psychiatry status and strongest in sense organs should not beeffected by any internal and external organism (Cha.su.21/18). The factor are responsible toplay the role to make balance of body elements must be responsible to make imbalance of bodyelements. It is the eternal law of the theory of natural destruction as said by Cha. at sutra 16/27. The modern researchers are also believed in four major principles for aging theory.Those are: 1. Wear and tear theory of Aging, 2.Genetic theory of Aging, 3.Stress theory ofAging and 4. Autoimmune theory of Aging. This thinking is supportive to autoimmune theory bycomparative study to vayastapana theory. The topics that show the Immuno-Rejuvenator effectin the human body by way of using Vayasthapan Mahakashaya to restrict the destruction ofbody elements in middle-old age i.e. 40-70 years when the major natural destruction starts.After the use of vayasthapana mahakashaya (cha.su.4/50) an individual gets – Energy, Power, Strength and Steady life. If the preventive majors are started in time in healthy individual’slife the natural destruction should be really restrict and will restores all above four factors. Thebasic majors are: Prevention is better than cure, To maintain age by proper routine life, Tomaintain age by proper balanced diet, To use proper medication as needed with understand-ing, to prevent ourselves from internal and external prophylactic causative factors and To establishsatisfactory physical psychological routine life. (Cha.sha.2/46) Natural constructive anddestructive majors are deeply found out in the subject mentioned above will be established inan Ayurvedic Immuno-Rejuvenator effect in human body during their middle-old age in ourstudy.002. LIFE STYLE MANAGEMENT AND DRUG THERAPY TO ATTAIN MENTAL HEALTHTHROUGH AYURVEDA IN MODEM WORLDProf. Y.K.Sharma, Prof & Head P.G.Kayachikitsa, RGPG Ay. College Paprola, Himachal Pradesh Ayurveda intends to act with human body at two levels i.e. to retain, maintain and cor-rect physical and mental status of individuals. Like “Soma” (Physical constitution), “Psyche”(Mental constitution) too is considered as a component of human life related activities. Mind or“mana” is also a seat of disorders like the body. While Ahara (Food), Dincharya (Daily routine),Ritucharya (Seasonal routines) practices are considered primarily essential for retaining a nor-mal body physiology; the practices like “Sadvritta”(Moral conduct), Achara Rasayana (Socialconduct) and practices like “Devavyapashraya” (Faith in and practices of Spirituality) haveessential effect to maintain healthy psychology. Not only this, considerable treasure of drugs tofight sleep related disorders, stress, depression, neurasthenia, memory related disorders, psy-chosexual disorders, premature retardation of mental faculties etc is available in Ayurveda tobe of effective use of modem society. The utility of Ayurvedic practices, drugs is further boosted when they are applied incombination with Yogic practices. Modem life style has thrown to jeopardy common code of lifestyle, which was doctrined in past by social, cultural, ethnic, dietetic and traditional practices.Today it is not surprising to note that no two persons have resemblance in their life style. Ruralurban divide, family and professional divide, class of have and have nots’, competitions at allD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 1
  • 3. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpostages of existence, race of materialism, so called western food and culture etc have thrown upnew challenges in attainment of mental health. This if not met with a very rational approach willopen a floodgate of mental sicknesses also. Life style advises of Ayurveda and rational use ofselect drugs of Ayurveda will have a definite role to contain present trends and challenges tomental health.003. ROLE OF PRANAYAMA IN PRATISHYAYA (ALLERGIC RHINITIS)Dr. Naveen. B. Sajjan, Internee, Dr. U.V.Purad, Asst. Professor & H.O.D., Department of RogaVignana Dr. Veerayya R. Hiremath, Prof. and H.O.D. Dept. of Swasta vrutta S.D.M Hassan,Shri.Hiremath, Principal Basava yoga Kendra Gadag Allergic disorders are most prevalent causes among the ailments causing pain to society.Among those Pratishyaya is one of the prevalent problem affecting in all ages, with repeatedepisodes. It is a Nasagata vyadhi. It occurs due to Ritu viparyaya, Mithya Ahara vihara, etc andSamsargaja in nature. It spreads by the contact of infected saliva or nasal secretions. Pathologically, nasal mucosa is inflamed by either bacterial or viral infection. Recurrentattacks and the incomplete treatment make the disease chronic and resistance to the therapy.So, the patient looses immunity and become vulnerable for infectious diseases and also systemiccomplications. Medical science though developed a lot the recurrence of the disease is still aproblem. Hence, there is a need of simple, economic procedure to treat this ailment. Acharyas mentioned number of therapies and medicaments to combat the ailment likeKavala, Gandusha, Dhoomapana, Ghritapana, Virechana, etc. The practice of Pranyama isnot directly specified in the classics, but it plays an immense role in its management. To assessthis, a clinical trial was conducted on 20 patients with practice of Pranayama in Pratishyaya atD.G.M. Ayurvedic Medical College Gadag. The results were assessed in pre and post treatmentdesigned proforma. The detail description of the study, related data will be presented in fullpaper.004. STANDARDIZATION OF “VASAKASAVASA”: A PHARMACEUTICAL STUDYDr.Avinash.M.Pastore, 2nd year P.G.Scholar, Dr.Dinesh Kumar Mishra. M.D.(Ayu), H.O.D,Dr.Harikrishna.M.D.(Ayu), Lecturer, Dept. of Bhaishajya Kalpana, A.L.N.Rao Memorial AyurvedicMedical College, Koppa, Chikmagalor Dist. 577126 Our ancient medicinal system, Ayurveda explains treating of diseases with natural re-sources like herbs. The form in which the herbs are administered to a patient is called as‘dosage form’. Every one cannot be given with a particular dosage form because it may pro-duce complications like tastelessness, vomiting etc., (Cha. Su.4/7) Among these dosage forms,the one which has longer shelf life has advantage over others. Asava Kalpana is one suchdosage form whose quality increases with time (Sharangadhara Sam.Prathama Khanda 1/56).Due to globalization of Ayurveda, the demand for Ayurvedic preparations is much more in-creased. So standardization has become an important aspect to maintain universal similarityespecially in relation with Ayurvedic dosage forms. Today commercialization of Ayurvedic phar-macy has made it necessary to standardize pharmaceutical procedure of any dosage form.The advent of modern technologies has made the process of standardization more sophisti-cated. PH value, Ash value, Alcohol content, etc are the parameters, which are used as tools ofstandardization of any dosage form. So a pharmaceutical study of Vasakasava (Yoga RatnakaraUttarardha, Shotha Chikitsa) is conducted with special reference to its standardization by meansof the above-mentioned criteria. 2 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 4. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts005. ROLE OF AGNIKARMA IN GARBHASHAYA GRIVAMUKHAGATA VRANA (CERVICALEROSION)Dr. Rashmi R. Sharma, Final Year M.S. Scholar, Dr. M. A. Pandya, H.O.D. Department ofStrlroga and Prasutitantra, I.P.G.T. & R.A., Jamnagar Gender differences play a role in manifestation of disease and health outcomes. Womenoften delay self-care as they attend to the care of their family and children. Delineating betweenthe commonality of being a woman and the difference or uniqueness of health issue of theindividual women is key for physicians. In present era, most of the women are working women and due to change in life style,food habit, workload, she faces lots of stress and strain owing to complicated structure of thefemale body women are subject to a large number of complains connected with genital organs. In females common gynecological complains include cervical erosion, Menstrual disorders,PID, PCOD, leucorrhoea. In day to day practice, about 60-70% women suffering from cervicalerosion. Main symptoms of cervical erosion are discharge PN, itching vulva, burning vulva,backache etc. Vrana, which is situated on Griva of Garbhashaya, is known as “GarbhashayaGrivamukhagata Vrana”. Acharya Sushruta in Sutra Sthana mentioned Agnikarma in thetreatment of Vrana (Su.Su. 2/10). Agnikarma is considered as best among Aushdh, Shastraand Kshara (Su. Su.12/3).006. DESIGNING AND METHODOLOGY OF CLINICAL RESEARCH IN AYURVEDADr. T.SIRISHA, M.D. I yr, Dr.B.R.K.R. GOVT.AYURVEDIC COLLEGE, HYDERABAD, A.P. Research, an art of scientific investigation aim in searching new facts, understandingthem and ultimately establishing them as concept/ siddhanta. Methodology of clinical researchin Ayurveda is unique and requires the knowledge of contemporary sciences too. Defining theresearch problem using aptavachana, Defining the aim & objective of the study, Review ofliterature: aim in finding rationality in selection of particular drug in a disease, Selection ofdrug: drug is selected based on its gunatmak & karmatmak vivechana, Stating the hypothesis:using pramana, Parameters: 5 hetu lakshanas form the base for selecting the parameters,Designing the investigation for studying the problem basing on pancha avayava vakyas, theirsignificance and defining the population under study using desa, bala, etc are important todiscuss at this juncture.007. SAFETY AND EFFICACY OF HERBO MINERAL DRUGS IN PEDIATRICSDr. Janardhana. V. Hebbar, 2nd year P.G.Scholar, Dr. Dinesh Kumar Mishra.M.D.(Ayu), H.O.D.,Dr.Harikrishna, Lecturer, Dept. of B.K. A.L.N. Rao. Memorial Ayurvedic College, Koppa,Chikmagalor Dist, Karnataka Safety and efficacy of herbo mineral drugs are of great cause of concern now a days.From ancient time itself herbo mineral preparations had been the major weapon against manyailments, as mentioned by Ayurvedic scholars. But a myth is spreading in the society regardingtheir toxicity and adverse effects. Hence practitioners are restricting the utility of these herbomineral products at various stages. One such category is pediatrics. Various herbo mineralproducts were used in pediatrics by ancient ayurvedic scholars such as Jahar moharaBhasma1,Balarka Rasa2, Dantodbheda Gadantaka Rasa3, Kumara Kalyana Rasa4, Rasa pipariRasa,etc5.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 3
  • 5. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo A detailed study of mode of action of each ingredient will enable to theoretically provethe efficacy of these preparations in pediatric care. The only care needed to be taken in theirusage is in purification, adoption of proper methodology in drug preparation and usage ofdrugs with specific anupana & pathya apathya, considering the conditions of the patient andthe disease.References:- 1) Ayurveda Sara Sangraha, Shodhana, Marana, Prakarana Page 107, 2)Ayurveda Sara Sangraha, Page 353, 354. 3) Bhaishajya Rathnavali, Balaroga Adhikara, 123– 126, 4) Bhaishajya Rathnavali, Balaroga Adhikara, 163.008. PHARMACEUTICAL STANDARDIZATION OF RASAPUSPA-AN EAGLES EYEDr. PRONAB HALDAR, (M.D. Scholar), Dr. HARI KRISHNA,, Prof. and H.O.D. Dr. DINESH KU.MISHRA, Lecturer, Dept of R.S. & B.K. A.L.N.R.M. Ay. Medical College, Koppa – 577126,Chikmagalor Dist. Karnataka Rising demand of mercurial preparations in the therapeutic field, which is quality sensitiveand competitive, the need to further improve the standards, usage of Ayurvedic drugs is mademandatory by every scholar of Ayurveda. In endeavor to improve the quality of Kupipakatarasa, the stumbling block is lack of standardized Agni mapana and duration to attain an qualitativeproduct. By standardization on expects to inculcate uniformity in quality and there by therapeuticeffect of the same. It properly prepared kupipakwa rasa attains the sukshmatva, yogavahita,Vyavayer and vikasi qualities with proper concentration on the sublimation procedures. Astandardized study of pharmaceutical procedure will be useful in exploring the hidden potentiatedqualities of yoga.The importance of rasasastra which deals with rasausadhies can be markedby the quotation described in rasendra sara samgnaha (1/4) which indicates that rasausadhiesare effective in smaller doses, having agreeable taste, quick action and need shorter durationof administration.Rasa puspa, a Nirgandha kupipakwa rasayana, one among the mostextensively used drug in Phiranga roga, which contains Hingulotha parade, Suddha kasisaand Saindhava lavana in equal proportion. A pharmaceutical study was conducted to evaluatethe gradation of temperature, fuel duration of paka.009. CONCEPT OF HEENA SATTVA AND ITS ROLE IN MENTAL ILLNESSDr. K. Ravindra Bhat, Final Year MD, Manovigyan avum Manasaroga, Dept. of Kayachikitsa,V.P.S.V. Ayurveda College,Kottakkal. (Kerala state) At a given point of time the mental health of an individual is considered as a state ofsuccessful performance of mental functions, resulting in productive activities, fulfillingrelationships, attaining the ability of adapting to the change and coping with adversity. Each individual is having his own range of such personality characters, vision and abilityof reacting to the external world. In modern Psychology it is termed as ‘Temperament’. Ayurvedagives much emphasis to the temperamental factors in maintenance of health and productionof disease. Mental capabilities are - Pravara sattva, Madhyama sattva and Heena satva (Avarasattva / Alpa sattva) Persons having strong mental capabilities with features of sattva Saracome under ‘Pravara Satva’ and with moderate capabilities under Madhyama sattva. HeenaSattva (Alpa Satva) indicates a low level of higher mental qualities (Sattva) and relatively ahigher level of Raja and Tama (Doshas of Manas). So the individuals of this category will be having low mental capabilities, coping skills infrustration, threat; stressful situations, less control on impulses like - Shoka, Bhaya Krodha,Lobha etc. 4 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 6. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts It is considered as a basic defect behind the causation of mental illnesses like Unmada.There are many important areas related to the concept of Heena Satva & its role in mentalillness like - Psychological considerations, factors influencing its causation, its role inpsychopathology of mental illnesses and methods of interventions.010. PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF DREAMS - AN AYURVEDIC AND MODERN APPROACHDr.M.Srikanth, M.D. Final Manasaroga, V.P.S. V Ayurveda College, Kottakkal, Prof Dr.M.P. EswaraSharma M.D. (Ay), V P.S. V.A. V. C, Kottakkal Awareness of sensations, thoughts and feelings experienced at a given moment iscalled consciousness. Dreams come under altered state of consciousness. Ayurveda considersDream as a state, where sense organs get exhausted and keep themselves away from theirrespective objects, but the mind continues to experience its perceptions. Generally dreamsoccur in natiprasupta stage [A meeting point between sleep and waking stage], which hassimilarities with stage I sleep. According to Charaka, all the three doshas in their exceedinglyaggravated state fill the manovahasrotamsi and cause terrible dreams in omnious situations.Eg. Nightmares [frightened dreams]. In natural sleep, both indriyas and mind are active. Indreaming sleep, indriyas are inactive but mind is active. In natural sleep the srotas are fullycovered with tamas; where as in dreaming sleep rajo dosha is active. The types of dreams,which were described by Charaka, will be very well explained by analyzing these most modernrecent research theories. The most recent research findings regarding the psychologicalconcepts of dreams have more similarities with the concept of dreams, which were described inAyurveda.011. INCORPORATION OF DRUG STANDARDIZATION TECHNIQUES: NEED &SIGNIFICANCE IN THE FIELD OF AVURVEDADr. Sandeep Vishnu Binorkar, M.D. Scholar, Dept. of Agadatantra avum Vidhi Vaidyaka,V.P.S.V. Ayurveda College, Kottakkal – 676501, Kerala State, Strong craving of man for health and to overcome several diseases is persisting fromtime immemorial. To tackle these entity diseases, Ayurveda has explained exhaustive list ofmedicines, which contains both, herbal as well as mineral substances. Classical texts ofRasashastra, which deals with the properties and the usages of such herbo-mineral preparations,have given equal emphasis on the safety and efficacy of these preparations. It also explainsspecific purificatory methods for raw drugs as well as certain confirmatory tests for finishedproducts, to rule out any sort of untoward effect.Even though after following all the possiblemeasures, incidences of toxicity due to Ayurvedic medicines are being heard frequently. Causesmay vary from identification of raw drugs to the adulteration.To avoid this catastrophe,incorporation of modern techniques such as Thin layer chromatography (TLC), High pressureliquid chromatography (HPLC), High performance liquid chromatography, for identification andstandardization of the raw drugs and application of infrared spectrophotometry (IR), Nuclearmagnetic resonance spectrometry (NMR), Atomic or Flame spectrophotometry, Electron spinresonance spectrometry (ESR), X-ray diffraction etc in finished products is the prime need ofthis era. Evaluation of ED50 and LD50 in case of preparations, which contains poisonoussubstances, is another important field for the standardization of Ayurvedic drugs. Otherparameters include Ph value, ash value and quantitative estimation of metals in the compounddrugs. Ayurveda is growing rapidly in stature, professionalism and acceptance. Proper use ofmodern techniques in Ayurveda is certainly going to help in achieving its prime aim, i.e. Healthfor all, and to emerge out hazards free medicines for the benefit of mankind! 5D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 5
  • 7. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo012. CURRENT PROSPECTIVE OF DOOSHI VISHA AND GARA VISHADr. Mahesh P. Savalagimath, M.D. Scholar, Dept. of Agadatantra avum Vidhi Vaidyaka,V.P.S.V. Ayurveda College, Kottakkal – 676501, Kerala State, mybhoomi12@rediffmail.com Agadatantra - being explained as a clinical branch of Ayurveda, considered as non-clinical. It also deals with late effects of Visha, not only acute. By understanding the conceptsof Dooshi Visha and Gara vislia, more justice can be given to the suffers of today’s world.Dooshi Visha - induced or naturally low potent poison stays for several years in the body without our knowledge and can cause simple Thrishna to sever Dooshyodara. Gara visha - anyartificial poison - potent and in sufficient quantity kills. Low potent and little in quantity cancause long-standing diseases. Today we are exposed to may poisons of various nature, potencyand in various ways. The environment is highly polluted; the crops are grown with the use ofvarious fertilizers and pesticides. We also exposed to many types of insects. In houses too,poison surrounds us in many forms. Whether they enter our body? Yes, but without ourknowledge. Then why we don’t consider and treat accordingly? Why today’s world is worriedabout pollution, adulteration, use of pesticides etc? - Because they are poisonous. The Vishais nothing but anything, which brings Vishada. Aaturabhoomi pariksha is explained very nicelyby Charaka achaarva, to understand the effect of Desha on patient. This can be used to ruleout possible poisons in our daily life. Agadatantra promises a better future for treating today’sdiseases, if understood and implanted properly.013. CLINICAL RESEARCHAND PROTOCOL DESIGNDr. Narayan Bavalatti, I -M.S, Dr.Manjusha R, H.O.D., Deptt. Of Shalya- Shalakya, I.P.G.T. &R.A., Jamnagar During the last fifty years, medical knowledge has advanced more rapidly than at anyother period in its history. New understandings, new methods of treatment, new diagnosticprocedures and new methods of prevention etc. are being introduced at an ever-increasingrate. Clinical research is very fruitful because it tells us how precisely the drug acts and bringsabout the effects. It also tells us what could be the possible antidote or the measures to counterthe effect due to the excess dosage.The success of clinical study depends on the detailedplanning. Protocol is a document that describes the background and rationale, the objectives,design, methodology, statistical considerations and organization of a trial. The protocol is abridge between idea and execution. It is the essential document for obtaining regulatory andethical approval and for obtaining funding. It also provides the framework for preparing apublication. The protocol is the most vital document for the success of a clinical trial.014. ATHYAYIKA CHIKITSA IN AYURVEDADr. Sankanagoud Patil, Dr. Srinidhi Acharya, Dr. Narayan Prakash, SDM College of Ayurveda, Hassan. About 20% of patient attending IPD and OPD’s requires emergency medicine andworldwide incidence is also significant. As in all systemic disorders, once the failure ofconservative treatment in all systematic disorders leads to fatal complications requiringemergency medicine. Rightly due to sophisticated emergency set up mortality and morbidityrates are decreasing world wise. With the intension of maintaining of healthy status Ayurveda preferring to avoidemergencies. But it describes certain diseases and medicines wherever required. Certainmedicines and procedures which cause sedation, reduces raise of temperature, prevent sudden 6 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 8. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractsblood loss, maintaining of fluid balance etc, are mentioned in the classics. This shows theknowledge of ancient Ayurvedic scholars like Charaka, Sushrutha, Vagbhata etc, in this regard.Chaines medicine has acquired greater importance by using extracts of Ayurvedic drugs inemergency practice like Kola, Duralabha etc. Certain metallic preparations, Jayapala, Lashunaetc, drugs in different diseases are explained. The treatment of apasmara, mada, murcha,Sanyasa etc, are described and principles adopted also holds good in present day also.Charaka, sushruta, Vagbhata and Bhaishajya ratnavali explains may emergency medicines forjwara, raktapitta, atisara and moorcha like conditions. Explanations of Matangavidhya shouldbe also considered. Emergency medicine, which is practiced in this modern era, is almostsimilar to the things described in our classic thousand of years ago. This paper explains aboutcertain indigenous drugs mentioned in our classics, which are usefull in emergency conditionswith their mode of action, utility in treating the patient.015. MANAGEMENT OF TUNDIKERI WITH LOKANATH RASADr. Arunkumar B. Biradar, 1st Yr. P.G., Dr. Dingari Lakshmana Chary. M.D. (Ayu), Ph. D. Professor P.G.,Dr. Shamsa Fiaz. M.D. (Ayu), (Ph. D.) Asst. Prof. & H.O.D. P.G. Dept., Dr. Ashwini Dhanpal. M.D. (Ayu).Lecturer. P.G. Department of Shalakyatantra, S.D.M.C.A. & H., Hassan. Tundikeri is a prevalent problem affecting in all ages, with repeated episodes. It is aTalugata vyadhi of Mukharoga. It occurs due to Ritu viparyaya, Mithya Ahara vihara, etc andSamsargaja in nature. It spread by the contact of infected saliva or nasal secretions.Pathologically, lymph glands located at posterior part of throat get inflamed by either bacterialor viral infection. Medical science though developed a lot the recurrence of the disease is still a problem,surgical extraction is not suitable for all. Hence, there is a need of simple parasurgical procedureto treat this disease.Acharyas mentioned number of therapies and medicaments to combat theailment like Kavala, Gandusha, Pratisarana, Shastrakarma, etc. The practice of Kshara karmais also specified in the classics. Acharya Sharangadhara explains an excellent remedy forRajayakshma in his Madhyama Khanda 12th chapter 83-85. But, in folk medicine this is beingused in the management of Tundikeri.016. POSTMENOPASUAL OSTEOPOROSIS IS AN AGE RELATED PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGENOT A DISEASE AND AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVESDr. Basavaraj S Hadapad, Department of Ayurveda, K.M.C. Manipal, Karnataka, India - 576 104 Osteoporosis is the most common metabolic bone disease and it is characterized byasymptomatic to severe pain from fractures because of decreased bone mass due to normalage related changes (swabhavika) in bone remodeling (BR) as well as extrinsic and intrinsicfactors. BR is regulated by several factors including nutrition, physical activity and race, notonly the estrogens and calcium. The end result of bone remodeling process (BRP) is thatresorbed bone is replaced by an equal amount of new bone tissue. After the age of 30 to 45the resorption and formation process become imbalanced and resorption exceeds formation,which can be taken as increased catabolic Asthidhatwagni. The imbalanced BRP becomesexaggerated in postmenopausal women causes osteoporosis but not in all estrogen deficientpostmenopausal women.Over the past few decades it is taught at medical schools that hormonaland calcium deficiencies are the main causes. Because of this preaching, hormone replacementtherapy (HRT) has been used increasingly to prevent and cure PMO and chronic diseases bythe medical graduates at global level. But based on patho-physiology of PMO there are no 7D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 7
  • 9. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExposcientific convincing enough clinical evidences to use HRT and calcium. This view is supportedby recent conclusion of many clinical trials of HRT that is “do not use estrogen / progesteroneto prevent chronic diseases” including PMO, risks are higher than benefits; those are ovarian& breast cancer, stroke, etc. As PMO is asymptomatic until fractures occur, for Ayurvedicdiagnosis of Asthisoushirya bone densitometry test is must. As PMO is because of age relatedchanges etc, curative approach by any system of health delivery may not be successful, butcan be prevented by Dinacharya, Rutucharya and Asthi pradoshaja Chikitsa includingsamanaguna dravyas.017. COUNSELING IN DEPRESSIONDr.Diggavi Guru Prasanna, Dr. Madhav Diggavi, Dr. J.V.Murgesh, Dr. Srimukund Alur, TaranathGovt. Ayurvedic Medical College, Bellary. In Ayurveda Dhee Dhairya Aatmaadi Vignanam,Satvavajaya and Ashwashana are majornon-pharmacological counseling therapies similar to the contemporary systems. Clinically“Depression is a feeling of Hopelessness which is a very common presentation in day to daylife of every individual. The sadness due to substantial cause is a normal expected phenomenabut if it is developed without substantial stimuli then that uncontrollable condition comes underthe purview of clinical psychologist, psychiatrist and counseling, depression is as common asanxiety, anger etc hence its also categorized under mood disorders. According to AcharyaChakrapani -The basic psychopathology of depression in general is due to dejection anddespair or due to not fulfilling of desires or unwanted fulfilling coming true (Anistasya Labha).Clinically the depression has various explanations in Ayurveda under complex terminologiescontextually. Vishaada, Avasaada are major terminologies of Ayurveda denoting depression.Inspite of advanced drug research in the management of Depression the equal importance ofcounseling cannot be forgotten. The general line of treatment adopted here in depression was counseling (Ashwashana)where in the basic modification of the living style disorders correcting small problematic issueswas considerated with Satwawajaya (i.e., psycho behavioural therapy) included. Satwawajayameans withdrawal of mind from unwholesome objects or it’s the treatment by self control. Acharyacharaka defines it as a mind controlling therapy in which stress has been applied on refrainingthe mind from unwholesome things or objects which includes Manonigraha. Prajnaparadha is the main cause for mental disorder including Anavasthita Cittatvawhich is outcome of impairment of Dhee Dhrthi and Smrithi and the improvement of the DheeDhrthi & Smrithi comes under Satawawajaya Chikitsa . Rajas & Tamas which are considered asthe Pathogenic factors of mind can be treated by divine (spiritual) and scriptural knowledge (Jnana & Vignana), Patience memory and education (Ca, Su 1/58) and hence in the currentpaper the role of counseling in Depression will be discussed.018. MANAGEMENT OF H.B.V. INDUCED JAUNDICE THROUGH NASYA ANDSHAMANOUSHADHIDr. PANKAJ R. DOSHI, M.D. Scholar, Dr.PRASHANTH.A.S, ASST.PROFESSOR, DEPARTMENTOF P.G.STUDIES IN KAYACHIKITSA, AYURVEDA MAHAVIDYALAYA, HUBLI Hepatitis B is one of the major problems worldwide. It results in approximately onemillion deaths each year, making it the World’s Tenth leading cause of death. Chronicasymptomatic carriers of HBV and its complications still do not have drugs, which can beemployed satisfactorily in the management of Hepatitis B in modern science. The cure of 8 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 10. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractsdisease is left to the mercy of nature and time. Ayurveda do possess effective antiviral andHepato protective herbs in pharmacopoeia. In the present study, subjects suffering from HBV induced Jaundiced were selectedbased upon inclusion and exclusion criteria and investigated. The entire subjects included inthe trial were advised for Nasya with Jimutaka phala swarasa. Later Shamanoushadhi theformulation namely Vasaguduchyadi Kashaya Yoga was given with Guda as Anupana in divideddoses for course of 60 days. All the patients taken for the trial were relieved from symptom ofJaundice at the end of therapy and HBsAg test by Hepacard method was found to be negative.Patients were given Katuki Churna 5 grams daily for Amapachana. After appearance of NiramLakshana Jimutaka Nasya was given. After Samsarjan Karma, Vasaguduchyadi Kashaya 40 mlbd on empty stomach was administered twice daily for 2 months. 3 months Follow-up with aninterval of 30 days. Out of 15 HBsAg positive patients all patients were found HBsAg negative after treatment.It shows 100% relief and it can be said that all the patients were cured. Patient received JimutakaNasya responded very well. Minimal signs of irritation in nasal mucosa, throat congestion wasobserved in few cases. The Nasya yoga in HBV induced Jaundice has a definite role on the bio-chemical parameters, other objective parameters and symptomatology. Further it also improvesthe liver function. It can be stated that Nasya Karma is effective in HBV Induced Jaundice. Thevirus causing the HBV induced Jaundice may become inactive and driven away through thenasal route.019. RASRASARAKTAGATA SNEHA VRIDDHI VINISCHAYA (HYPERLIPIDEMIA) AND TO STUDYTHE EFFICACY OF CHARAKOKTA APATARPAN KWATH ON ITVd. MANOJ PARAMANANDA SAHOO, scholar, Vd. NARAYAN R. SABOO, Reader & HOD, Dept.ofSanskrit Samhita, R.A.Podar Medical College, Worli , Mumbai -18. Due to advent of technological advances in every field of life, the physical efforts requiredto perform any kind of work have also remarkably reduced. Due to the reduced physical effortsand improper food habits, many life style related diseases are rampant in the 21 st century.Hyperlipidemia (RasRasaraktagata Sneha Vriddhi) is one of the life style related disease whichis now a days very common even in young age group as young as 25 yrs. old. Hyperlipidemiapredisposes to other major diseases which can be life threatening e.g. CVA, IHD, Peripheralvascular disease (PVD). The symptoms which are found in RasRasaraktagata sneha Vriddhiare quite comparable to that of Hyperlipidemia. According to Ayurveda the above disease is a Santarpanajanya Vyadhi as mentionedby Acharya Charaka in Cha. Su. 23rd. Hence in this study the drug Apatarpana kwatha describedby Charak(Cha. Su. 23rd.) is selected to observed the effect on Rasaraktagata snehavriddhi(Hyperlipidemia). Hance Santarpanjanya Rasaraktagata Vikrita Sneha Vriddhi can be correlatedwith hyperlipidaemia We have Studied 30 Patients of hyperlipidaemia which were described as in our planeof study - compairing the Pathological report of lipid profil before and after treatment as well assome particular signs and symptoms as mentioned in Ayurvedic literatures.Due to the abovecorrelation Rasaraktagata Sneha Vriddhi must be compared with hyperlipidaemia of modernseience Ayurveda is not just a medicine Ayurveda is a way of lifeD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 9
  • 11. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo020. EFFECT OF VASA SWARASA ON RAKTAPRADRA A CLINICAL STUDYDr. S Sathua(M S) H.O.D, Dept.Prasuti & Streeroga, Shree Vijay MahanteshAyurvedic Medical Collage, Ilkal Raktapradara i.e. Abnormal uterine bleeding is the most common ailment that womensuffer. Blood is our life, loss of blood means loss of life. Women are innocent sufferers ofhemorrhage as every month they have to sacrifice some blood .Any hormonal imbalance,tumour , abortion,delivery injury etc. cause , excess bleeding . Modern treatment such as hormones, hemostyptic , surgicals are very costly. Our poorIndian family cannot afford such amount for the treatment of this disease. Vasa (Adhatodavasica ) is an well known herb in Ayurvedic pharmacopoeia .Vagbhtta has described it as bestRakta pittaghna . All the auther such as Charak, Sushruta, Vagbhatta advised to treatRaktapradara like that of Adhoga Raktapitta. I got the significant result after using Vasa Swarasain the treatment of Raktapradara in my clinical study.Vasa is a plant which is easily availableand can be grown in every climate & in every part of India. Our poor Indian people can usethis drug for the effective treatment of Raktapradara.021. NIDRA NASH (INSOMNIA)& ITS MANGEMENT WITH AMALAKI KWATHA DHARAJayesh Y.Gajjar, B.A.M.S. III phase, Dr. N.Prasad, lecturer, Dept of K.C. S.V.M.A.M.C.ILKAL Nidra (sleep) is an important factor to maintain good health ,for which ancient authorsof Ayurveda have considered it as one of the sub- pillars for human body besides ahara&bhramhhacharya. (A.S.9/36). Describing the benefits of adequate sleep Maharshi Vagbhatthas opined that: “Nidrayaktam sukham dukham pusthi karshya balabalam | Vrushta klibata gnanaagnanam jivita na cha ||” On the other hand nidra nash or insomnia result in various physical , physiological &psychological ailments , which is usually result from an interaction of biological, Physical ,psychological & environmental factors.022. EFFECT OF “SHIGRU TAILA NASYA” IN PUTINASADr. Veerayya R. Hiremath, 3rd Yr. P.G. Scholar, Dr. Dingari Lakshmana Chary. M.D. (Ayu), Ph.D. Professor P.G. Department of Shalakyatantra, S.D.M.C.A.&H., Hassan. PUTINASA is a Nasagata vyadhi, it is one of the common clinical conditions found inday to day medical practice. It affects the both sex with irrespective of age. The cardinal featuresof Putinasa include foul smell from the nose and mouth. Now a day, the prevalence of thiscondition is increased due to excess exposure to avashyaya, raja, dhuma, asathmya gandha,mityahara vihara sevana etc causes. Its recurrent attacks and the incomplete treatment makethe disease chronic with several complications. Medical science though developed a lot therecurrence of the disease is still a problem. Hence, there is a need of simple, economic remedyto treat this ailment. Objective of the treatment includes “Giving a person, the possible betterquality of life”. From this perspective, a study was undertaken in S.D.M.C.A. & H, Hassan tostudy the effect of “SHIGRU TAILA NASYA” in PUTINASA. By taking this into consideration, 20cases of Putinasa were selected randomly and shigru taila nasya for 7 days was given. In thisstudy a significant response was obtained. Study conducted by WHO envisages thatapporixmentlly 27 % of the people are suffering from insomnia world wide associated withvarity of complaints in day time functioning .As per its treatment is concerned there is nosatisfactory permanent cure available in modern pharmacopea. The medicine invented so far 10 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 12. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractsare addictive in nature having so many adverse effects. On the other hand Ayurvedic lexiconshave mentioned amalaki kwath shirodhara as suitable therapy to promote adequate sleepwhich is an external therapy having less cost, free from side effects, requires short termtreatment and providing long term affects that’s why I have selected this topic for discussionwhich I shall present in-detail during presentation.023. WHY DO WE AGE?Dipti .G. Godbole, Rohini H.D , Final year BAMS, Dr Prashanth G.S, Dept of Kayachikitsa,AMC & PG Centre, Davangere The mode or art of living of an individual is called “LIFE”. Life is a mixture of joys andsorrows. We come across many moments and irrespective of any kind of moment weathergood or bad, today’s moment becomes tomorrow’s memory. One should enjoy the life becausethe gift of “LIFE” IS THE “LIFE” it self. Once an individual life begins, his life-span begins at thevery same moment, and thus we can say, life of an organism and life-span goes hand-in-hand.Nature expects two things from an organism, one is the existence and other is the reproduction.When once the two things are successfully completed, that individual organism in a wellorganized manner, it will be made to get extinguished from the scene. This well organizedremovalitself is termed as “ageing / senility”, which is the last segment of once life span. Aquestion arises “WHY DO AN INDIVIDUAL AGE?” Many theories have been propounded as ananswer to this question.024. MEDOVRIDDHI (OBESITY) & ITS RESEARCH METHODDr. N. Prasad, MD (Ayu.), Lecturer, S.V.M.A.MC, ILKAL Weight gain is a physiological process but sometimes it invites a number of disorderswith fatal outcomes. It became a worldwide concern among medicos and stands unabated.Successful drug treatments are not fully beneficial up to satisfaction and requirement. Its originis very primitive among the mankind, which has been increased, in the present era. Ayurveda, the most ancient remedial resource under human possession has slaked anumber of remedies for over weight cases .The clinical condition of over weight is designatedas Medovriddhi/ Sthaulya/ Medoroga /medodosha/ obesity along with its clinical features andtreatment. Clinical research occupies an important place in Ayurvedic Research programme. Thisis the only area where one can do some real work and deliver something really beneficial tomankind in the interest of academic and therapeutic purpose. That’s why I have selected thistopic, which comprises of detail regarding parameters to study (both in Ayurveda & Modernpoint of view), Ethical consideration, duration of trial etc. with respect to obesity that I shallpresent in detail during presentation.025. EVALUATION OF THE EFFICACY OF TAKRADHARA IN KITIBHA KUSHTA(PSORIASIS)By.dr.chandramouleeswaran. P, MD(AY), Lecturer & R.M.O Parssnikkadavu ayurveda college.Kannur. Psorriasis affects about 1-3% of the world population because of anxiety and tension.It is psychosomatic, is as old as the history of human civilization.The effects of soka on the skinfrom Bhagavadgeeta1/13Arjuna vishada yoga as ”Gandeevam srasate hastat twakchaivaparidahyate”. Takra dhara is one of the keraliya treatment. It is said to be best for dhatusaidhilya and all kinds of doshakopa and manahprasadaka.Takradhara is known for its efficacyD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 11
  • 13. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpofor both sareeraka and manasikadoshas and diseases l ike Psoriasis which are agevated bystress and tension. Patients were thoroughly examined both subjectively and objectively.Detailed history taken and findings of the examination were noted. Confirmation tests to confirmthe diagnosis were made. Routine investigati1ons were done to exclude the other pathologies. In the present study aragwadadhi gana kashaya was used instead of amalaki kashya. PASI(Psoriasis Area Severity Index) score was considered as both subjective and objectiveparameters. Because it covers subjective (Itching, Scaling, Erythema, and Thickness) andobjective parameter (Area) Along with this triggering factors like Krodha, Bhaya, Chittodwega,Shoka are also studied and results were obtained. However, they were not considered for theoverall result. After treatment, 8 patients (i.e. 26.66%) showed complete remission, 7 patients(i.e.25.90%) showed marked improvement, 4 patients (i.e. 13.33%) showed moderateimprovement and 9 patients (i.e.30%) showed mild improvement and no response was foundin 5 patients (i.e.16.66). Takradhara is a modification of the Shirahseka procedure, whichcomes under the type of Moordhni taila . PASI score showed highly significant. It was observedthat the procedure was highly effective in scalp and palmo-plantar variety of psoriasis. Reductionin symptoms like scaling and itching was found in all most all the patients. In head affectedpatients, the therapy provided complete remission in almost all the cases, but in some cases itdoes not even had a minimal impact. Significant reduction was found in triggering factors likeBhaya, Krodha, Chitthodvega.026. PHARMACEUTICAL STANDARDIZATION OF CHAKRIKA W.S.R. TO SHANKA BHASMADr Pramod C. Baragi, Nimit Baldania, Dr B. J. Patgiri, Lecturer, Dr P. K Prajapati, Reader & H,Department of Rasashastra and Bhaishajya Kalpana Inc. Drug research. I.P.G.T.& R.A. GujaratAyurved University, Jamnagar -361008 Rasoushadis are gaining an important position because of its high potency, quick actionin smaller dose and long shelf life. Along with this it is also discarded because of its toxiceffects due to improper preparation. But when we look at the methods of Marana they differaccording to different authors. A keen study of these processes may disclose the hiddenlacunae. For example different medias are used in different processes and some intermediateprocess is not much clear and hence the products may naturally be different in quality. Researchworks since decades are giving stress to the significance and scientificity of Ayurvedicformulations especially the metallic preparations in various centers of India. For preparationof Bhasma ,Chakrika nirmana is an essential process, firstly the metals etc. are intended toBhavana and then Chakrika are prepared and dried. But there is no any specific referenceavailable regarding size, shape, weight and thickness of Chakrika in our classic. So lots ofquestions arise in the field of Rasashastra. So here an attempt will be made to standardizeChakrika in term of size, shape, weight and thickness. Here Shankha Bhasma was selectedbecause of its easv availability, cost effective and less time consuming.027. ROLE OF BRIHAT SIMIHANADA GUGGULU ON OBESITYDr Sriram Chandra Mishra, Lecturer, Dr Nirakar Sethi, Lecturer, B.M.,J. Ayurvedic MedicalCollege, Gajendragad, Gadag (Karnataka) Weight gain is a natural physiological process but sometimes it increases to that pointof development where it may impair health and invites a number of disorders with high morbidityand mortality.Meda is the fourth tissue incorporates with weight gain and its derangementleads to rnedodhatugata diseases like Medovridhi, Medoroga, Sthaulya, etc which is simulated 12 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 14. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractswith Overweight / Obesity. It is a major health problem in both developed and developingcountries. It is manifested by accompanying with hypertension, diabetes mellitus, atherosclerosis,ischemic heart disease etc. As it always possesses problem owing to the state of helplessnessdue to limitations of enjoying an active life, Ayurveda (Charaka) describes it as one among theeight most unwanted personalities (Astanindaniya purusa). Inspite of advanced technology and research, all therapies are failed to give the bestresult for obesity. So much researchers focus on new drugs to combat obesity.The presentmodel is one of them. Katu, Kashaya rasa are attributed to have Karsana and Upachayaharaproperties where as Tikta have Lekhana and Meda upasoshana karma. Hence the drug shouldbe of Katu, Tikta and Kashaya rasa dominant. Befitting to the principle, Brihat SimhanadaGuggulu (Bhaisajya Ratnavali ) is seems to be appropriated. The probable action of thedrugs depends upon there Rasapanchaka.It was found that the proportion of ingredientsshows predominance of Katu (76.19%), Tikta (61.9%) and Kashaya (47.62%) as compared toMadhura (33.33% ) ,Amla (14.29%) and Lavana( 4.76%)028. MANAGEMENT OF MUKHAPAKA WITH YASTI MADHU KWATHADr. Roopa L. 2ND Yr. P.G , Dr. Dingari Lakshmana Chary. M.D. (Ayu), Professor Ph. D., Dr. ShamsaFiaz. M.D. (Ayu), (Ph. D.) Asst. Prof. & H.O.D. P.G. Dept, Dr. Ashwini Dhanapal. M.D. (Ayu),Lecturer. P.G. Department of Shalakya tantra, S.D.M.C.A. & H., Hassan. Mukha Swasthya plays an important role in preservation of positive health. Among theMukha rogas “Mukha Paka” is considered as Pittaja Nanatmaja and Rakta Pradoshaja Vikaracharacterized by Vedanaayukta Vrana in the Mukha Kuhara.The Lakshanas of Mukha pakasuch as Rakta varna yukta vrana, Tanu, Teevraruja, Teevradaha, Tiktaasyata etc (based onthe vitiation of doshas ) are seen. It can be co-related to a clinical entity of Stomatitis. It ischaracterized by painful, single or multiple shallow hyperemic ulceration in the oral mucosa,gums, tongue and lips with recurrent episodes. Among the various procedures mentioned for Mukha Paka, Gandusha is one which isexplained more effective. Among the single remedies Yashtimadhu Kashaya (Gandusha) whichis having both Shamana and Ropana property is selected for the present study, which iseconomic and commonly available.Previous Research Works are reviewed, shows that maximumnumber of patients were suffering with recurrent episodes. Many research works have beenconducted on Mukha Paka in general. But till now no medicine is established. Hence the presentstudy is aimed to establish the effect of Yashtimadhu Kashaya Gandusha in Mukha Paka tostandardize the drug, duration and frequency of the procedure. To asses this a clinical trail was conducted on 20 patients with Yashtimadhu KashayaGandusha in S.D.M.C.A & H. Hassan. The results were assed in pre and post treatment designedproforma.The detailed study, related data will be presented in full paper.029. ROLE OF MUSTADHI KWATHA KAVALA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF SHEETADADr.Pushpavati 2nd Yr. P.G , Dr. Dingari Lakshmana Chary. M.D. (Ayu), Professor Ph. D., Dr.Shamsa Fiaz. M.D. (Ayu), (Ph. D.) Asst. Prof. & H.O.D. P.G. Dept, Dr. Ashwini Dhanapal. M.D.(Ayu), Lecturer. P.G. Department of Shalakya tantra, S.D.M.C.A. & H., Hassan. The oral hygiene is an essential part in the life healthy human, it is the responsibility ofan individual to maintain it, but sometimes due to illiteracy, negligence , pragyaparada, Abhigata,malnutrition etc causes the derangement occurs in the gums due to the vitiation of kapha,Rakta dosha and manifests the diseases like sheetada.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 13
  • 15. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo Sheetada is one among the dantamoolagata roga the clinical features of the diseaseare soft gums, blackish discolouration of gums, pain, foul smelland destrution of gums.Differentresearches were conducted on it but no remedy proved to be effective to treat this condition.Different treatment principle are suggested in the classics like lepa, pratisarana kavalagandusha, kshara karma etc. Kavala is a simple procedure which can be performed in OPDlevel hence i have inspired to do this clinical research . To assess this, a clinical trial wasconducted on 20 patients with administration of mustadi kwatha kavala in S. D. M. C. A. & H.Hassan. The results were assessed in pre and post treatment designed proforma. The detaildescription of the study, related data will be presented in full paper..030. MANAGEMENT OF ARDHAVABEDHAKA WITH AJAMODADI ARKA LEPADr. Satish Hadimani, 2nd Yr. P.G , Dr. Dingari Lakshmana Chary. M.D. (Ayu), Professor Ph. D., Dr.Shamsa Fiaz. M.D. (Ayu), (Ph. D.) Asst. Prof. & H.O.D. P.G. Dept, Dr. Ashwini Dhanapal. M.D.(Ayu), Lecturer. P.G. Department of Shalakya tantra, S.D.M.C.A. & H., Hassan. ARDHAVABHEDAKA is one among the 11 types of Shiroroga. The causes ofArdhavabhedaka are excessive intake of ruksha padarthas, Adhyashana, Purva vata sevana,Atimaithuna (excessive coitus), Vegadharna (suppressing of natural urges), Athishrama(excessive work) etc, in which pain is appreciable in one half of the Shiras, shanka, Bhru,Kapala, and in Karna pradesha. The attacks of Ardhavabhedaka will be once in three days,fifteen days and once in a month as per the range of vitiation. It can be correlated with migrainebased on the similarity in etiology, pathology, symptoms and treatment principles.Headache isa common problem in India and Abroad in these days. In that around 35% of patients aresuffering from migraine headache. As per acharya Charaka and modern science it is said thatArdhavabhedaka if left untreated it leads to diseases like deafness and blindness. Hence anearly treatment intervention is needed for Ardhavabhedaka.Migraine does not shorten the life,but in severe cases a state of chronic exhaustion may occurs. Very rarely persistent cerebralsymptoms remain with some irreversible vascular changes. A large group of people fail to getthe desired results due to visiting the hospital in advanced stage treatment. In spite of advancedmodern technology and medicine the treatment of migraine is not complete. Application ofAjamodadi Arka lepa to the frontal head for 7 days proved to be effective in the managementof Ardhavabedhaka.031. EFFECT OF ARAGWADA PRATHISARANEEYA KSHARA IN THE MANAGEMENT OFARDRA ARSHAS Dr. Remya VR, 2ND Yr. P.G. Dr. P N Rao, Professor P.G. Dr. P Hemanth kumar, Asst. Prof. &H.O.D. P.G. Dept, Dr. N Murulidhar Lecturer. P.G. Dept of Shalya , S.D.M.C.A. & H., Hassan. Arshas or Hemorrhoids, one of the commonest diseases occur in Ano-rectal region. Itsincidence increases with advancing age, at least 50% of people over the age of 50years havesome degree of haemorrhoidal symptoms. Now a day every person suffers from any one of thecomplaints of piles during their life time. Sushrutha, the pioneer in the field of Surgery, whiledescribing the Chikitsa of Arshas, emphasized on the procedure of Kshara karma and told thatArshas which are Mrudu, Prasrutha, Avaghada, and Uchruta should be treated only by Ksharakarma. The effect of Kshara is praised so much that it can replace Sastra karma, as it does thefunctions of Chedana, Bhedana, and Lekhana karmas without using Sastras. The Apamarga Pratisaraneeya Kshara karma is widely used in our day-to-day practicewith good results. Research work had also been made with Apamarga Pratisaraneeya Kshara 14 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 16. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractsin Ardra Arshas, which showed encouraging results. But the main problem that is faced duringpost-operative period is, some patients complain of moderate to severe burning pain in earlypost-operative period. Considering this problem I justified to find out a preparation which is lessirritant, less painful and which has better acceptability in management of Ardra arshas. Manydrugs are mentioned in the classics for the preparation of Kshara. Susrutha had mentionedAragwada as one among the drugs used for preparation of Kshara, which acts as Pitta shamaka,Daha prashamana, Shoola prashamana, Kandugna, Samshodaka. Hence, here an attempt ismade to see the “Effect of Aragwada Pratisaraneeya kshara in the management of ArdraArshas”032. A CLINICAL STUDY ON PRATISARANEEYA KSHARA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF RECTALPROLAPSEDr. Pradeep S. Shindhe, 2nd year P.G. Dr. P. N. Rao Principal, Professor, Dr. P.HemanthkumarProfessor P.G. , Dr. Hemant Toshikhane M.S. (Ayu) Lecturer P.G. Department of ShalyatantraS.D.M.C.A.& H., Hassan. Rectal Prolapse is a surgical condition, occurs when a mucosal or full thickness layer ofrectal tissue slides through the anal orifice. This usually occurs during evacuation. Initially,patients are usually unaware of this event. If not treated properly, this will lead to irreducibilityand gangrene. Objective of medicine includes “Giving a person, the possible better quality oflife”. However, with repeated episodes it worsens and eventually a portion of the rectum beginsto be pushed through the anal canal or to become prolapsed. Sushruta’s Para surgical procedures in treating surgical diseases are considered to bea great contribution to the field of surgery. ‘Gudabhramsha’ with its clinical presentation, signsand symptoms can be compared with ‘Rectal Prolapse’. Pratisaraneeya Kshara Karma isdescribed in ‘Arsha Chikitsa’, in the context of ‘Brushta Guda’ (Rectal Prolapse), which is saidto be the effective one. However, the idea of present work is to find out the effectiveness ofApamarga Pratisaraneeya Kshara Karma in the management of Gudabhramsha, and open thenew way of treatment which are simple procedure, economical, better acceptability, andalternative to surgery. To assess this, one is Degree of Prolapse and the other is anal sphincter tonicity, whichis measured by a self – designed instrument “Hemantha Kumar Modified Sphincterometer”The study shows that Pratisaraneeya Kshara is having a significant effect on Rectal Prolapse033. EFFECT OF GANDHAKA RASAYANA GUGGULU IN THE PREVENTION OF POST-OPERATIVE COMPLICATIONSDr.Tanuja .M.P. 1st PG, Dr. P. N. Rao Principal, Professor, Dr. P.Hemanthkumar Professor P.G. ,Dr. Hemant Toshikhane M.S. (Ayu) Lecturer P.G. Department of Shalya, S.D.M.C.A.& H., Hassan. The wound ,its management and prevention of infection has been in existence as earlyas Vedic period . Which has been put more light by acharya Sushrutha along with maintenanceof surgical instruments ,O.T. dressing materials and oral and local medications. Being a globalproblem since ages numerous efforts have been made to prevent post-operative sepsis. Despiteof this rapid changes in the concept of management of infection ,the rate of occurrence ofinfection has not been brought near to zero. The discovery of newer broad-spectrum antibioticshad reduced rate of infection but the organisms are becoming resistant to these antibioticsavailable.Besides this, the antibiotics are causing sever anaphylactic reactions and sometimesproves fatal to sufferings. These are expensive too.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 15
  • 17. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo Taking into consideration of above facts, a clinical study was conducted ,to explore thepossible contribution of Ayurveda in management of post-operative infections ,by the compound– Gandhaka rasayana, Triphala Guggulu and Shigru which was named as” GANDHAKARASAYANA GUGGULU” . The results were acessed by clinical observations of surgical woundby means of tenderness, oedema, redness, etc.with biochemical tests . In this study the efficacyof the drug has been evaluated both as preventive and curative effects.034. EFFECT OF MANJISTHADI LEPA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ANKLE SPRAINDR.Pallavi A. Hegde, 2ND Yr. P.G. Dr. P. N. Rao Principal, Professor, Dr. P.HemanthkumarProfessor P.G. , Dr. Hemant Toshikhane M.S. (Ayu) Lecturer P.G. Department of ShalyatantraS.D.M.C.A.& H., Hassan. In day-to-day life, ankle is one of the most common sites for acute musculo-skeletalinjuries and sprains, which account for 75% of ankle injuries. Acute ankle trauma is responsiblefor 10-30% of sports related injuries in young athletes. Each year an estimated one millionpersons present to physician with acute ankle injuries. More than 40% of ankle sprain havethe potential to cause chronic problems. These injuries appear to be simple, but are morepainful and hamper the routine activities of the patient. Ankle sprain is characterized by pain,swelling with or without deformity. In classics there is no direct reference regarding sprain andits management. Sushruta in the context of Asthi-Bhagna has mentioned “Patanabhighatadwa”which means Patana, Abhighata or both are the main causes for sprain, where he has advisedthe application of Sheeta Pradeha to reduceVedana and Shopha. There is no referenceregarding the number of application and duration.035. VYADHIKSHAMATVA-A CLASSICAL VIEWDr.Santosh N.Belavadi, Lecturer, DGM AMC GADAG-582103 Struggle between the individual and the environment if an individual wins he enjoysgood health other wise suffers from diseases. Aksetra beejamritsrushtamantareva vinishyati -Manusmriti, means when a seed is sown in non-fertile soil it is destroyed. In the same mannerin good Vyadhi kshamatva Shareera the disease will not manifest. Vyadhi kshamatva mainlydepends upon the equilibrium of doshas the healthiness of the dhatus and the Bala The Ojus. Again this is classified into - Species Immunity-hens (tetanus) dogs(anthrax), RacialImmunity-negroes(yellow fever) jews(tuberculosis) and Individual Immunity-varies from one toanother. When dehadhatu bala is uttama due to nidana they wont manifest the disease butwhen dhatu bala is durbala and the causative factors are balavan then Vyadhi will be manifest(cha.su.26)036. A GLOBAL VIEW ON FACTS AND FACETS OF AYURVEDIC FORMULATIONSDr. Anita .I. Mudnur, Dr. Harikrishna, Lecturer, Guide : Dr. D.K. Mishra,HOD, Dpt. Of R.S. & B.K. Every Indian manufacturer of herbal products large scaled or small-scaled desires toexport their products and particularly to North America and Europe. Over 123 county membersof WHO have their own policy formed for regulation of herbal products particularly to traditionalcomplementary and alternative medicine. In UK over 300 herbal substances are named in general sale list for internal use schedule3(A) some 30 are listed for external use schedule 3 (B). To get most of our medicine prescribedor sold in the European market huge amount of pounds will be charged as licensing fees 16 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 18. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractshenceforth. Some of the so-called Ayurveda Associations have believed to have representedthe system in the consultation exercise and failed to do justice to the cause of Ayurveda. Themedicines control agency (MCA) in UK has been very active in bringing to court the Vaidyaswho make wild claims on their products without proving the safety, efficacy, standardization andstability of medicines. In the Europe the labeling of dietary supplement cannot many any claims of therapeuticefficacy. But the very fact remains the same that 80% of the world population relies on herbalmedicines. At present WHO is taking an official in development of traditional treatments inorder to facilitate its aim of making wealth care available for all. In India inherent lack of aggressiveness in marketing adds to our limited internationalshare. So the current needs are our focus should be on value addition most entrants desire toexport crude herbs or semi-processed materials. Building brands, not selling as commodities.The Indian Government must also take up the challenges earnestly and work with problems.037. TRADITIONAL AYURVEDIC PREPARATION “GANDHAKA PUSHPA”Dr D. V. ANAND M. D. (K.C.); Ph.D Scholar, Dr S. P. Sardeshmukh, Dr. S. S. Vaidya BHARATIYASAMSKRITI TRUST’S AYURVEDA COLLEGEHOSPITAL & RESEARCH CENTRE, WAGHOLI –412207PUNE, INDIA India is a second country in the world in consideration of population. 75% out of thepopulation getting the health from the traditional medicines. Many of these traditional medicinesare kept under the secret and practicing since generations successfully. Few of our eldersmade an attempt to bring out but unfortunately most of them not popularized. Suplphur isbroadly used as a single drug and compound in most of the skin disease. The Yoga of “GandhakaPushpa” and its utility is mentioned in the book “PARISHODHITA AYURVEDA OUSHADHAYOGAVALI” which is written in Telugu language (India) by T. P. Ramanujaswamy and publishedby Shri Ayurveda Dharma Vaidya Shala Sangham, published in 1952 Page No. 53.“Gandhakapushpa” is taken for the clinical and analytical study on eczema. The results are appreciable.038. A CLINICAL STUDY ON THE MANAGEMENT OF KITIBHA KUSHTA (PSORIASIS) WITHREFERENCE TO UBHAYA SHODHANA AND SHAMANOUSHADHIDr.Krishna kumar.K, P.G.Scholar Dr.A.I.Sanakal, Asst. Professor and H.O.D. Panchakarma section,Department of Post-Graduate studies in Kayachikitsa, Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli Psoriasis is among the most wide spread chronic, frequently recurring diseases of theskin. About 3 percent of the world population suffers from Psoriasis. And it is source of frustrationto patients. Inspite of advancement in all branches of Modern science, its etiology is still adermatological “MYSTERY”, the solution to which is being tackled by many scientists. There is nosatisfactory treatment for this disease. Psoriasis can be compared to Kitibha Kushta of Ayurveda.The objective of the study was to assess the role of each Vamana, Virechana along with Shamana.The drugs selected for the study were Trikatu Choorna for Aamapachana, MahakhadiradiGhruta for Snehapana, Karanja Taila for Abhyanga, Madana Phaladi Yoga for Vamana, TrivrutLeha for Virechana and Guduchyadi Kashaya for Shamana. 20 patients were studied in thisseries and these patients received Vamana, Virechana and Shamana. The effect of therapy wasassessed based on improvement obtained in symptom scores and other parameter, P.A.S.I. scoringetc. The data was statistically analysed. The therapy provided highly significant results on allparameters including P.A.S.I. scoring. The results are encouraging with more than 85%improvement. Hence modalities of our treatment can be recommended to all patients of KitibhaKushta (Psoriasis) with out any hesitation.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 17
  • 19. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo039. CLINICAL STUDY ON THE MANAGEMENT OF TAMAKASHWASA ( BRONCHIAL ASTHMA )WITH REFERENCE TO VIRECHANA AND SHAMANOUSHADHI.Dr.Dhiraj V.Zope , P.G.Scholar Dr.A.I.Sanakal, Asst. Professor and H.O.D. Panchakarma section,Department of Post-Graduate studies in Kayachikitsa, Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli As a result of urbanization, industrialization and excessive air pollution, BronchialAsthma is more rampant in and around the society. Large community studies have revealedthat 15 % of the population has at least one kind of allergic-manifestations. Bronchial Asthmawhich occurs at all ages irrespective of gender. As the ratio of Bronchial Asthma increases, itneeds the proper treatment, which is able to control the disease. Bronchial Asthma can be compared with Tamakashwasa of Ayurveda. The objectiveof the study was to assess the role of each Virechana along with Shamana. The drugs selectedfor the study were Panchakola Choorna for Aamapachana, Dashamooladi Ghruta forSnehapana, Lavana Taila for Abhyanga ,Trivrut Leha for Virechana and Shatyadi Churna forShamana. 10 patients were included in this study. These patients were received Virechana andShamana Oushadhi. The effect of therapy was assessed based on improvement obtained insymptom scores and other parameter. At the end of the therapy patients showed statisticallysignificant results on all parameters. The results were encouraging with more than 75%improvement. Hence we recommend this therapy for all the patients of Tamakashwasa.040. ROLE OF PANCHAKAMA IN MEDICAL TOURISM THROUGH THE MANAGEMENT OFDEPRESSION DISORDERDr:Sandeep D. Nair PG Scholar, Dept. of Kayachikitsa & Panchakanna, Govt. Ayurveda CollegeThiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Medical tourism is the word heard more frequently now a day. Economic sector of thecountry has very much been benefits by medical tourism. The requisites, a common manlooking for are Cost effectiveness and Treatment efficacy. Most of the developed countriesthough having treatment efficacy lack cost effectiveness and many of the under developedcountries lack treatment efficacy. Here India has an upper hand by promising the requisitesand hence has captured the center stage. World is posed with many disorders which are still unanswered n modern medical science.Depression is one such problem. The work efficacy of a person and there by the productivityof a country is being greatly hampered by their dreadful condition. In western countries likeAustralia one in two women and one in sex men, suffer from depressive disorder. According toWHO by the year 2020, depression is going to be the second leading course of disabilityworldwide. Medical community is still in search for an effective management of the same. It has been observed that Panchakarma treatment has provided valuable results in themanagement of depression disorders. This paper aim at boosting, one tourism throughPanchakarma, in managing the depression disorder, by giving importance to the detailedstrategy.041. THALAM, THE CONCEPT AND PRACTICEDr: Shripathi Adiga, 2 PG scholar.Dcpt. of Kavacliikitsa & Panchakanna, Govt. Avurveda CollegeThiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Thalam is a traditional treatment modality developed b Vriddha Vaidyas of Kerala bvconstant observation and rational thinking. Thalam has got time tested evidence based resultspertaining to various clinical conditions. Being such a good treatment modality the concept 18 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 20. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractsand practice of Thalam is still in a rudimentary stage outside Kerala. It is widely practicedunder two prospective, as an individual treatment for specific clinical conditions and as asupportive measure during specific Kriyakramas. This particular treatment modality has itsuniqueness by qualities like cost effectiveness, patient friendly, easy administration andmultidimensional therapeutic action. This paper tries to explain the concept behind Thalamand its various clinical applications available exclusively in Kerala classical texts and traditionalpractice.042. PREVENTION OF COMMUNITY DISEASES THROUGH RITU SHODHANADr- Vijay j. Dandavatimath, PG scholar, Dept. of Kayachikitsa & Panchakarma, Govt. AyurvedaCollege Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala. Life style disorders are highly prevalent throughout the world presently. Lack of exercise,sedentary habits, unhealthy food habits are spreading in he society and are affecting thecommunity with many dreadful diseases the mankind has ever experienced, in such a large.He leading causes of death and disability viz. coronary heart diseases, stroke etc. & manyother metabolic & immunological disorders are all the result of this. In this regard it is the need of the hour to contemplate the Ayurvedic strategies to dealthe situation, Avurveda has stressed the importance of VYAYAMA & HITAHARA for lading ahealthy life and the people who have failed to do this what is happening today, should regularlyundergo SHODHANA in SADHARANA RITUS. And if they fail to do this they’ll be finding themselves in the claws of much dreadfuldiseases. And also there are diseases occurring in community in particular seasons. In thiscontext, this paper aims at describing the role of RITUSHODHANA in preventing the life styledisorders and in preventing the seasonal community disorders. This paper also highlights thegeological distribution of India & the seasonal variation with respect to SAI)HARANA RITUS,which is apt for SHODHANA.043. SHIROVASTI – A CRITICAL APPROACHDr. Madhushree.H.S. Dr. Purushottamacharyulu, H.O.D. Santosh N. Belavadi Lecturer, PK Dept Ayurveda gives priority and prescribes measures for preventing the occurrence of suchailments and for maintaining as well as promoting the positive health of an individual in order tokeep him healthy and happy, both physically and mentally. Shiro Vasti is one such excellentprocedure authenticated for the treatment of several diseases connected with shiras and nervoussystem. Its therapeutic utility for giving cure to patients suffering from chronic insomnia andschizophrenia is well known. Imagination of any living creature without head is not possible. Soconsidering the importance of head Acharyas had explained the head as ‘Uttamanga’ and‘Urdwaha mulam’ In chikitsa also manasika dosha chikitsa is given more importance thanshareerika dosha chikitsa. Shirovasti is explained under Masthishkya i.e. the one which ishitakara to masthishka. Vagbhata considers abhyanga, pichu, seka and shirovasti under Murdhnitaila. Among all the four, shirovasti is considered as pradhanatama because it has the additionaleffect of shodhana. It is most effective in vata vyadhis, shirogatavyadhis and manasika vyadhis.As it is well known fact that ‘indriyastu mano natha mano nathastu marutaha’ vata is believed tohave control over the manasika doshas. Shirovasti, as it is one of the snehana procedures ishaving a major role in the treatment of manasika doshas by controlling vata. We cannot findany direct reference regarding the mode of action of Shiro vasti. So, this paper tries to explainthe probable mode of action of Shirovasti with its practical utility.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 19
  • 21. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo044. STROKE AND ITS MANAGEMENT THROUGH AYURVEDADr.M.A.Hullur, Professor Department of Post-Graduate studies in Kayachikitsa, AyurvedaMahavidyalaya, Hubli – 24 (Karnataka) Stroke is one of the commonest neurological condition in society. Stroke is third mostimportant cause of morbidity and mortality in elderly population after cancer. It can also occurat any age, but is more frequent in middle-aged men and women. Neurologically disabledperson is not only burden to the family but also society. Being important to the health and longevity of man, the study of Stroke continues tobe one of the most intellectually stimulating challenges. It is a clinical condition associated withloss of functions of either side of the body, loss of speech, associated with more or lessprolonged coma. It is believed beyond doubt that Stroke is caused due to abnormalities in thebrain tissue, such as haemorrhage, embolism, thrombosis, head injuries etc. In AyurvedicCharaka, Sushruta and Vagbhata described causative factors for Pakshaghata indirectly, whichare similar to the causative factors for Stroke.045. CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION THROUGH TAKRA DHARADr.Ravindra Kumar Arahunasi, P.G. Scholar, Dr. M.A.Hullur, Professor, Post GraduateDepartment of Kayachikitsa. Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli – 580 024, KARNATAKA Hypertension is the commonest condition, study of hypertension continues to be oneof the most intellectually stimulating challenges. Needless to say hypertension is curse ofmodern, ultra urbanization. Physical and mental stress and strain are the main two culpritsplaying the major role. WHO has rightly stressed that any study of hypertension is incomplete unless furtherstudies are done. To determine the presence of specific etiological factors and presence orabsence of complications. The symptoms usually seen in hypertension are headache, giddiness,vertigo, palpitation, chest pain, some time blurred vision etc.There is no direct resemblance ofhypertension in Ayurveda but the clinical condition of hypertension resemblance to manyconditions mentioned in our classics like Raktagata Vata, Ma.Ni.22/6, Raktavruta Vata As.Hr.16/39, Pranavruta Udana Vata Cha.Su.20, Siragata Vata Cha.Chi.28/36, Rudhira MadaCha.Su.24.Stress factor play a major role in the causation of hypertension, which may sometimescost once life. The conventional therapies do not have major say in satisfactory managementof hypertension. Hence an attempt is being made to effectively control the blood pressurethrough Takra Dhara. Patients were instructed regarding diets and lifestyle management duringthe follow-up period of 1 month these subjects were found to have good control of bloodpressure and relief of symptoms.046. CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF CERVICAL SPONDYLOSIS THROUGH VALUKA SWEDAAND SHAMANOUSHADHIDr.Avadhut Suresh Aiya.P.G. Scholar, Dr.M.A. Hullur Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli – 24 Cervical Spondylosis is one of the commonest neurological problems, characterisedby degeneration of intervertebral disc, extrusion of disc materials, surrounding Fibrosis, vertebralbody edge hypertrophy etc. Frequently associated degenerative changes all can contribute toradiculopathy and myelopathy. Various autonomic symptoms may be present. Either there arepurely vataja symptoms or vata kaphaja symptoms considering the involvement of kapha andvata or vata, drugs or procedures, which are kapha vata or vata shamaka, were selected. 20 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 22. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts The objectives of this study were to assess the role of Valuka Sweda and Vatagajankushrasa in Cervical Spondylosis. In this clinical study 10 patients suffering from Cervical Spondylosiswere studied. Patients received Amapachana with Panchakola choorna for 5 days followed byValuka Sweda for 7 days along with Vatagajankush rasa with anupana of Manjistadi Kwath.Vatagajankush rasa with anupana of Manjistadi Kwath was continued further for 4 weeks. Followup was done for a period of 4weeks.All the patients became a symptomatic at the end of thefollow-up and showed moderate improvement and statistically significant results.047. A COMPREHENSIVE MANAGEMENT OF KILASA KUSHTA (VITILIGO)Dr.Mahantesh.P.M. P.G. Scholar, Dr.M.A.Hullur, Department of Post-Graduate studies inKayachikitsa, Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli – 24 (Karnataka) This disease of no pain or ulcer but it inflates an inferiority complex to the personaffected with unknown cause. Depigmentation is due to the disappearance of melanocytesfrom the affected skin. In skin diseases Shodhana treatment plays important role. Virechanawas taken for study, which is specially recommended in Kilasa kusta. As there is change in thecomplexion of skin altering the beauty, Varnya maha kashaya was selected along withAvalgujabeejadi Lepa, which is best in the management of Kilasa kusta. Here, an attempt was made on 30 patients, all the patients received Amapachana withPanchakola churna, Sadhya snehapana with Pancha tikta ghrita, Abhyanga with Karanja taila,Virechana with Trivrutha lehya, Shaman oushadhi with Varnya maha kashaya and applicationof Avalguja beejadi churna. The duration of Treatment was 3 months and follow-up period was3 months. 8 patients were showed mild improvement (26.66%) 11 patients had showed moderateimprovement (36.66%) 9 patients had showed marked improvement (30%) 2 patients hadshowed excellent improvement (6.66%)048. IMMUNOMODULATION - AN AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVEDr.Vaishali Patil, P.G. Scholar, Dr.M.A.Hullur, Department of Post-Graduate studies inKayachikitsa, Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli – 24 (Karnataka) Infection with HIV leading AIDS has been the greatest Biomedical challenge of this 21stCentury. As in India during 2004 it was estimated that 5 lakh people were affected by HIV andout of which 38% were women and 37% were below 30 years of age.The infection leads toprogressive impairement of cellular immuno function characterized by a gradual decline inperipheral blood CD4+ T lymphatic levels with result in an increased susceptiability to a widevariety of opportunistic infections. Ojokshaya resembles to that of an HIV infected conditions. In nutshell vitiation of doshasis a syndrome causing Dhatukshaya, loss of Bala and Ojas – the pivot of immunity. Sushrutaused the term Bala to signify Ojas and stated Bala is the power of the body sufficient to resistthe disease. According to Chakrapani Bala Vyadhi kshamatva in its two aspects – VyadhiBalavirodhitwa and Vyadhiutpadakanirbhandakatwa. Rasayana therapy covers the nutrient fraction and its subsequent metabolictransformation under the influence of different Agni of the body in the formation of Ojas. Ojasrepresent vitality, vigour and capacity to resist decay and disease. It is well known fact that allHIV positive cases are not AIDS. Even though there is no permanent curative therapy in any ofthe sciences, but the Rasayana therapy told in Ayurveda can help in maintaining and upliftingbody immunity. The life expectancy can be enhanced by systematic adoption of Ayurvedictherapies.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 21
  • 23. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo049. DIABETIC POLYNEUROPATHY AN AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVEDr.Deepti Kokane. P.G.Scholar, Dr.P.G.Subbanagouda, Department of Post-Graduate studiesin Kayachikitsa, Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli – 24 (Karnataka) The increase in prevalence of Diabetes in developing nations like India is attributed tourbanization and sedentary lifestyle. Highest of Diabetes mellitus patients live in India. 10% ofthe population is suffering from Diabetes in the world. At present India have 35 million diabetes,which is likely to reach 80 million by 2030.The long standing hyperglycemia adversely affectsmultiple organ systems, especially heart, kidney, eyes and sensory nerves. Diabeticpolyneuropathy leads to burning sensation in soles, feet and parasthesiae. The loss of sensationin feet plays an important cause for the development of pressure sores which does not healand ultimately terminating into diabetic gangrene. The development of gangrene forces thedoctor to take drastic life saving or limb saving amputation which makes the patient permanentlyimmobile. Hence in diabetics prevention and management of polyneuropathy is of utmostimportance. In Ayurveda we find the laxanas such as pada daha, pada harsha and padasuptata in the Madhumeha roga which can be correlated with Diabetic polyneuropathy. Usuallyin uncontrolled diabetic patients Diabetic polyneuropathy is very commonly seen. Efficientcontrol of Diabetes will reduce Diabetic polyneuropathy to an greater extent. Ayurvedicformulations have got multifactorial effect and they help in not only control of Diabetes but alsoeffectively minimize or cure Diabetic polyneuropathy.050. RHEUMATOLOGY IN AYURVEDADr.Neetu Singh. P.G. Scholar, Dr.P.G.Subbanagouda, Department of Post-Graduate studies inKayachikitsa, Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli – 24 (Karnataka) Rheumatoid arthritis is one of the commonest joint disorder. It is a chronic systemicinflammatory disorder that affects many tissues and organs – skin, blood vessels, heart, lungs,muscles but principally it affects the joints producing the non – suppurative proliferative synovitisthat often progress to destruction of the articular cartilage and ankylosis of the joints. Allthough the cause for RA remains unknown it is believed that auto-immunity plays a pivotal rolein its chronicity and progression. RA is a common clinical entity afflicting nearly 1% of worlds population. The reportedprevalence of RA in adults varies from 0.5% - 3.8%. With an annual incidence 5% of womenand 2% of men over the age of 55 years are affected. As the disease become chronic itdamages the joints and later causes deformities and may cripples ones life because of deformityin extremities. As RA is a systemic disease so with progression it will cause anorexia, weightloss, joint abnormality, pericarditis, mitral stenosis etc. and other related conditions. It is aknown fact that “It licks the joints and bites the heart”. AYURVEDA has given in depth information of various joint disorders in which, AMAVATAis one of such joint disorders which can be compared with RA. Amavata is rasavaha, srotojanyavikara and Mandagni is considered as an important contributing factor for its Aetiopathogenesis.When Amavata gets exacerbated it becomes most distressing of all other vyadhis. The principaltreatment of Amavata as described in Ayurveda is based on “Langhan”, “Deepana” and“Pachana” of Apakwa ama rasa followed by suppuration of aggravated vata. Aetiologically, Aetio-pathologically, clinically there is great resembles to that of Amavatatold in Ayurveda. Proper efforts are needed to formulate economic efficacious and affordabletherapy. 22 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 24. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts051. MIGRAINE - AN AYURVEDIC APPROACHDr.Twinkle Gupta, P.G. Scholar, Dr.P.G.Subbanagouda, Department of Post-Graduate studiesin Kayachikitsa, Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli – 24 (Karnataka) Migraine is one of the commonest Neurological disorders and is a chronic condition ofrecurrent attacks, widely variable in intensity, frequency and duration. It is disorder that caninvolve the brain, the eyes and the autonomic nervous system. The International HeadacheSociety (IHS) defines Migraine without aura (common migraine) as at least five attacks unrelatedto organic disease with a duration of 4-72 hrs and with aura (classical migraine) as at least twoattacks unrelated to organic disease with a duration of 5-20 min and lasts for less than 60 min. Migraine is usually associated with nausea, vomiting and visual disturbances. Prior tothe onset of symptoms, some persons experience depression, sleepiness, hunger, thirst andincreased urinary frequency. Migraine is more commonly seen in females and the middle agepersons. About 10-20% of the population is estimated to suffer from it. 15% women and 6% ofmen are usually afflicted. Women experience a much higher rate of migraine during premenstrualperiod. Migraine may result from a variety of causes such as low blood sugar, nutritionaldeficiency, stress, improper sleep and rest and dietary causes such as chocolates, cheesemay precipitate attacks. Treatment of migraine available in modern science is the use of analgesics, which aresaid to have many adverse effects on the systems. Owing to the adverse effects, it is essentialto find newer, efficacious drugs and procedures to tackle such disease entities, which is possiblewith the help of Ayurvedic formulations. In Ayurvedic texts, Shiro roga are dealt in detail. Theclinical entities like Suryavarta and Ardhavabhedaka resembles to some extent with migraine.The treatment modalities told in Ayurveda for the management are Nasya, Shirodhara andShamana oushadhi. Migraine type of headache can embarrass an individual to a greaterextent and sometimes may lead to suicidal tendencies.052. ALCOHOLIC HEPATITIS AN AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVEDr.Shrivatsa M.Navalur. P.G. Scholar, Dr.M.A. HULLUR Department of Post-Graduate studiesin Kayachikitsa, Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli – 24 (Karnataka) Alcoholic abuse is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality throughout the word. It isestimated that in the US as many as 10% of men and 3% of women may suffer from persistentproblems related to the use of alcohol. The fourth edition of the Diagnostic and Statisticalmanual of mental disorders published by American psychiatric association divides in to “Alcoholdependence and alcohol abuse”. Alcoholic abuse is characterized by recurrent performanceproblems at school or on the jobs that result either from the after effect of drinking alcohol orfrom intoxication. In addition patient with a alcohol abuse disorders may use alcohol in physicallyadverse circumstances and may miss work or school or neglect child care or householdresponsibilities because of alcohol use. Alcohol affects many organ system of the body, but perhaps most notably affected arethe CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM and the LIVER. Almost all ingested alcohol is metabolize in the liverand excessive alcohol use can lead to acute and chronic liver diseases. Alcohol abuse can lead to accumulation of fat within hepatocytes, the predominant celltype in the liver. Alcoholic hepatitis can range from mild hepatitis with the abnormal laboratorytests being the only indication of diseases, to severe liver dysfunction with complications suchas Jaundice, Hepatic encephalopathy, Ascites, bleeding esophageal varices, abnormal bloodclotting and coma.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 23
  • 25. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo The most important measure in the Alcoholic Liver Disease is to ensure the immediateabstinence from alcohol. Treatment of other associated neurological condition may also require.Intensive medical treatment of the complications of acute alcoholic hepatitis or cirrhosis is alsosometimes necessary, as is the treatment of concurrent infectious and metabolic disorders.053. IBS - AN AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVEDr.Rajaram.D.K. P.G. Scholar, Dr.A.I.Sanakal Department of Post-Graduate studies inKayachikitsa, Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli – 24 (Karnataka) IBS is a functional disorder of large intestine in which normal activity of the bowel isaltered causing abdominal distress and constipation or diarrhoea. IBS is on one of thecommonest chronic gastro intestinal disorder. Because it is more common in the educated andin city dwellers. It is considered a disease of civilization. The main cause of IBS is unknownhowever certain factors considered as significant have been identified. Clinically it is seen inmiddle aged, be more common in women than in men. Bowel disturbances divide the patientsinto two groups viz. Spastic colon group and Pain less diarrhoeal group. There are no diagnosticmeasures for IBS and the investigation are helpful only in ruling out other diagnosis. Investigationsare indicated in patients over the age of 40 years. Management of disease is with Diet,Reassurance and Drugs. According to Ayurvedic classics the Annavaha srothogata orpureeshavaha srothogata vikaras can be considered under IBS the laxana of vataja grahaniroga is observed in majority of patients. Ayurvedic procedures and formulations can give betterhope to these patients and make the life of these patients healthier.054. AN AYURVEDIC PERSPECTIVE OF MENIERE’S DISEASEVD NILESH A.PATIL, 1ST M.D (SCHOLAR), DR A.S.PRASHANTH, ASST PROF. DEPT.OF P.G.STUDIES IN K.C. A.M.V, HUBALI.(KARNATAKA). Deafness is impaired hearing and it is a great social and educational handicap. Theplight of a blind or a lame man can easily visualized by every one, and they evoke sympathy,but no one sympathize with a deaf person as his handicap is not noticeable. MENIERE’S DISEASEis one such disease with deafness. MENIERE’S DISEASE is characterized by episodic vertigo,fluctuating sensori-neural hearing loss, tinnitus, and aural fullness. Tinnitus and or deafnessmay be absent during the initial attack of vertigo, but they invariably appear as the diseaseprogresses and are increased in severity during an acute attack. The annual incidence of.MENIERE’S DISEASE is 0.5-7.5 /1000; onset is most frequently in the 5th decade of life but mayalso occur in young adults or the elderly. The exact cause for. MENIERE’S DISEASE is unknown.Therapy in modern medicine towards the control of rotatory vertigo. Surgical therapy is reservedfor unresponsive cases and includes endolymphatic sac decompression, lymbrinthetomy andvestibular nerve section. Unfortunately, these are not effective therapy for hearing loss, tinnitusand aural fullness associated with MENIERE’S DISEASE. Regarding the prognosis of this disease,this disease is controlled but recurrence is likely. MENIERE’S DISEASE cannot be directly co-related to any single disease describe in Ayurvedic classic. However, some of the condition likes vertigo in. MENIERE’S DISEASE resembles tosome exact with “Bhrama” in Ayurveda, which is the main feature of. MENIERE’S DISEASE.Also, main other features in MENIERE’S DISEASE deafness and tinnitus resembles “KarnanadaNirupya Badhirya”, alone tinnitus resembles to “Karnkshweda” in Ayurveda to some extent.Here an attempt is being made to relate to, MENIERE’S DISEASE some conditions in Ayurveda. 24 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 26. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts055. SURGERY IN AYURVEDADr.C.S. Kaushik M.S. Scholar, Dr. Hemant Kumar Kushwah, Head of Department Shalya TantraN.I.A., Jaipur Ayurveda the ancient science of life has been divided into mainly eight branches i.e.Astang Ayurveda for theconvince of study. Surgery (Shalya) is one of that eight branches ofAsthang Ayurveda. In Shusrata Samita who is known as fathers of surgical various surgicalprocedures are mentioned, techniques of plastic surgery, ear piercing, and elongation of earlobule. also rhinoplastic surgery, concept of microsurgery in Ayurveda, cosmetic aspects inplastic &, reconstructive surgery in Ayurveda, role of leech in plastic &, reconstructive surgeryall these are explained in Ayurvedic surgery. Even in Ayurveda pharmacological study ofdrugs used in plastic and reconstructive surgery is there. Moreover pathya ahar &, vihar inplastic and reconstructive surgery is also mention in Ayurvedic surgery.056. AYURVEDA VERSES TODAY’S LIFE THREATENING DISEASESDr. Pooja Sabharwal, P.G. Scholar Dr. M. Dinkar Sharma, Head & Asso. Prof., Dr. J. ManoharAssint. Prof., DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY, N.I.A.,JAIPUR In the present era, world is suffering from various life- threatening diseases like diabetesheart problem &, various other. Ayurveda which it self composed of two words i.e. ayur &,Veda. Ayur means life &, Veda means science or knowledge. Hence, means science of life. Itcures a particular disease not just from the physical aspect but it also take into account theemotional &, spiritual well being. The so called life threatening diseases occur mainly due todisturbance in daily life style &, food habits &, also due to disturbance in mental attitude.Ayurveda given a complete look into the life style of a person, like stating from his personalityto his daily food habits. Ayurveda understands each individual at a very subtle personal level&, gives a detailed description about diet, daily routine, life-style it’s a science that teacheshow to live life in a true & natural balance Ayurveda aims at having a healthy &, happy life freefrom diseases. Particular life style & dietary schedule will be discussed during paperpresentation.057. ANTI-OXIDANT PROPERTIES OF HERBAL DRUGSNilesh N. Chavan, IIIrd .phase B.A.M.S, Dr. Subash Sahu, Lecture, Dept. of Dravyaguna,S.V.M. Ayurvedic Medical College, ILKAL, KARNATAKA-528125Free radicals and Reactive Oxygen Species (ROS) which are produced during cellularmetabolism carry out many crucial functions in the body ranging from fighting against infectionto controlling the blood flow. But when produced in excess amount they cause extensive damageand initiate and promotes near about all types of diseases in the human body. So, to preventthe initiation and promotion of numerous diseases, it is essential to reduce the excessconcentration of free radicals and ROS in the body. Anti-oxidants play an important role tomaintain this balance. Anti-oxidant can prevent and treat a large number of diseases and slowthe aging process. Some of the Anti-oxidants are produced in the body while others are obtainedfrom dietary supplement. Air pollution, cigarette smoking tobacco chewing, Alcohol consumptionincreases the free radical load on the body. Level of Anti-oxidant also decline with age. So it isvery much necessary to take daily anti-oxidant supplement to maintain good health. Herbaldrugs are the richest source of Anti-oxidants. Hence, it is the high time to investigate the Anti-oxidant properties of herbal drugs in vitro and vivo.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 25
  • 27. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo058. JALOOKAVACHARANA-A CRITICAL VIEWL.Prasanna kumar, 2nd M.D. Dr.G.Purushothamacharyulu Prof & H.O.D, Dr.Santosh N. Belavadi,Lecturer Rakthamokshana is considered as one among the Panchakanna as per Susruta,jalookavacharana is one among them; it is the treatment of choice for rakthaja and pittajadisorders. In the diseased, blood is a seat for all diseases, thus blood becomes dusya (vitiated)and hence bloodletting is of prime importance. Properly performed bloodletting alleviatesdiseases quickly and instaneously, where as in other procedures like snehana, swedana fastresults is not gained. For blood letting it is preferred to use the hom of a cow in case of bloodvitiated by vata, to use leeches incase of vitiation of pitta, use dry gourd incase of vitiation ofkapha.The blood is sucked by muscular pharynx, at the same time the salivary secretion ispoured in the wound, it contains an active substance called hirudin, which prevents the bloodof the victim from clotting and thus keeps a steady flow. Once a leech have a full feed it canremain with out any further food for several months. Though lot of indications particularly forjalookavacharana its mainly gives instaneous results for swelling and pain.059. A PRELIMANARY STUDY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF HERPES ZOSTERDr . Kiran M. Khot. P .G. scholar, P.G. Subbanagouda, Keloji Hanumanthayya,Department of post graduate studies in kaya-chikitsa Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya Hubli. 24 The Integumentary System is the mirror that reflects internal and external pathology,and hence helps in diagnosis of diseases.A skin complaint affects all ages from the Neonatesto the Elderly persons and cause harm in a number of ways, such as discomfort, disfigurement,disability etc. Besides this, they suffer from inferiority complex in the society, because skinlesions are visible. Recent studies reveal an upsurge in the incidence of viral diseases ingeneral as well as in dermatological conditions also. Amongst many viral infections/ conditionsof the skin, Herpes Zoster is one. Herpes Zoster closely resembles to a condition called asVisarpa which is described in our ancient classics of Ayurveda. Not many works have been done on the disease Herpes Zoster (Visarpa) as it is anaashukaari vyadhi i.e. it has acute manifestations and needs urgent treatment. An attempt wasmade to manage the condition through Ayurvedic formulations of herbal origin. Aragwadadikashaya for sramasana type of Virechana, daha prashamana kashaya as shamana oushadialong with Panchavalkala lepa with ghrita for external application. Visarpa being a Pitta andRakta pradhana vyadhi, the formulations were selected based on their pitta and rakta shamanaand shodhaka properties.060. MANAGEMENT OF STHANIKA SHOTHA BY PUNARNAVADI LEPA ANDJALAUKAVACHARANA - A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL STUDYDr.Amit A.Paliwal, P.G. scholar, Dr. Siddanagouda A. Patil, Lecturer, Dr. Srinivas K. Bannigol, Professor& H. O. D., Department of P.G. studies, Shalya Tantra, Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya Hubli The Sthanika shotha is the commonest condition, which we come across in our day-to-day practice. This clinical entity is characterized by pain, redness and swelling of the affectedpart. The disease has three different stages as Ama, Pachyamana and Pakwa avastha. Thesufferer experiences more pain in Ama and Pachyamana avastha. Hence he wants instantrelief in these stages. The disease has to be effectively managed in Ama and Pachyamanaavastha only. 26 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 28. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo AbstractsThe two very best treatment procedures mentioned in these stages of the diseases are Lepaupakrama and Jalaukavacharana. In this clinical study the patients suffering from Sthanikashotha who were either in Ama or Pachyamana avastha were selected and randomly dividedinto two groups. The patients of one group were treated with Punarnavadi Lepa twice daily and theother group patients were treated with Jalauka application twice in a day. The results werecompared after three days. The self designed symptom score for pain, redness and swellingwere used and the total symptom score before and after treatment were subjected for statisticalanalysis.061. ROLE OF AGNIKARMA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KADARDr.Deepak S. Nayak, Dr. Siddanagouda A. Patil, Dr. Srinivas K. Bannigol, Professor & H. O. D.Department of P.G. studies, Shalya tantra, Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya Hubli In Shalya tantra various Shastra karma and Anushastra karmas are advocated in themanagement of different diseases. Among the Anushastra karmas, Agnikarma has its ownimportance .This procedure is effective in the management of disease like Gradhrasi, Kadar,Vicharchika ,Sandhigatavata etc. The diseases that are cured by application of Agnikarmawill not reoccur. “Kadar” is one among the kshudra roga, which is described in Sushruta Samhita Nidanasthana. It is localized condition, due to continuous trauma and pressure over sole or palm.Provoked Vata causes vitiation of Meda and Rakta and that part will become hard, thickenedand painful. In modern medical science this condition is described as corn or callosity. In “Kadar”medicinal and surgical treatment are not so effective. The chances of re-occurence even afterthe surgical excision are very common. Where as application of Agnikarma therapy givescomplete relief with nil re-occurrence.062. EPILEPSY AN AYURVEDIC APPROACHDr.Niranjan.Y.P.G. Scholar, Dr.M.A.Hullur, Department of Post-Graduate studies in Kayachikitsa,Ayurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli – 24 (Karnataka) Ayurveda emphasises on maintenance of mental and physical health. Usually thesetwo are reciprocal to each other. The normal mental health is possible only when Shareerikadosha and Manasika dosha along with other factors are in equilibrium state. Even thoughthere are many efficacious, economic and affordable medicines available in modern science,they may cause many side effects like drug dependence, drowsiness and many other unknownhealth hazards. It is the need of the hour that comprehensive Ayurvedic formulations are formulated sothat the purpose of curing such neurological diseases and as well as improving the mentalhealth are served to a greater extent. APASMARA being a tridoshaja roga needs a careful evaluation and long-term treatmentalong with lifestyle modification. Due to the lack of affirmative therapies in other systems ofmedicine, Ayurveda offers a helping hand. Treatment modalities like Shirodhara, Nasya along with Smritisagara rasa and Manasamitra vatakam alleviate Manasika dosha along with improving mental faculties. In the presentpaper author tries to prescribe a comprehensive treatment through Shirodhara or Nasya,Smritisagara Rasa and manasamitra vatakam.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 27
  • 29. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo063. PRAVAHIKA (INTESTINAL AMOEBIASIS) - A CLINICAL STUDYDr.Anjai Kannan.C.R, P.G.Scholar, Dr.Prashanth.A.S. Dept. of P.G. Studies in KayachikitsaAyurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli The health of individuals depends on his environment, food habits, occupation and life -style. In developing countries the unhealthy environment / environmental hazards, unhealthy foodhabits and occupation plays an important role in creating life a throbbing problem. Among thisAmoebiasis is a common communicable infection of the human gastro intestinal tract. It has aworldwide distribution. It is estimated that 45 - 55 million people carry Entamoeba Histolytica in theirintestinal tract and approximately 1/10th of infected people suffer from invasive amoebiasis. It isprobable that invasive amoebiasis accounted for about 75000 to 130000 death in the world everyyear. In Ayurveda this condition can be co-related with Pravahika. The disease Pravahika is aSwathantra Vyadhi as well as it is an Upadrava of Atisara. Due to Nidana sevana Vata will getvitiated resulting in discharge of stools frequantly with Kapha. In Atisara Nanavidha Dhatusaranam is present but in Pravahika Pravahana sheela mala pravrithi will be present. Vastikarma and prayoga of parpati kalpana were advised for the subjects suffering from Pravahika.In this clinical trial before treatment and after treatment results were compiled and analysed.064. HYPOTHYROIDISM - AN AYURVEDIC APPROACHDr.Krishna kumar. K. M., P.G. Scholar, Dr. A. I. Sanakal, Dept. of P.G.Studies in KayachikitsaAyurveda Mahavidyalaya, Hubli Human race is facing newer and newer health challenges in the modern civilization.Fast moving society has perturbed the pshychosomatic structure of the human being which isgiving rised to various disorders. The stress and other psychological problems have led tovarious disorders like hypertension, diabetes, thyroid disorders and other endocrinal relativeimbalances. Ayurveda being a complete health care system cannot keep itself aside withoutanswering the newer health problems. Thyroid related disorders are such problems which areaffecting significant population especially women, for which Ayurveda has to provide the bettertreatment. Hypothyroidism is a clinical syndrome resulting from hyposecretion or deficiency inThyroid hormone, which is a common endocrinal disorder seen all over the world. It affects themetabolism of the body even at cellular level and can affect any organ virtually. ThoughHypothyroidism as such is not mentioned in Ayurveda, many disorders of it have been described.On the basis of clinical presentation of hypothyroidism it can be co-related with certain conditions.Ayurveda does not emphasise on the exact nomenclature of the diseases, rather it insist onthe diagnosis of the constitutional status of the disease. “Eko heturanekasya”, this statementstates that a single cause is sufficient to manifest many disorders and hence it holds good incase of Hypothyroidism also. When the signs and symptoms of Primary Hypothyroidism areanalysed in light of Ayurveda, it seems that there is a Dusti of Kaphadosha, Pittadosha andinvolvement of Meda Mamsa and Rasadhatu predominantly. And in later stages there will beinvolvement of other dhatus also. It is worth noticible that majority of the Kaphaja nanathmajavyadhis may be co-related with signs and symptoms of Hypothyroidism. While treating PrimaryHypothyroidism according to Ayurveda, Kaphadosha and it’s line of treatment should beconsidered. Hence an attempt is made here to understand Primary Hypothyroidism in light ofAyurveda and it’s management through Ayurvedic principles. This study is taken up to confirmand to highlight the scientific, therapeutic approach in relation to Kaphadosha and respectivedhatus. Further it is also intended to assess the validity, potentiality of an indegenous formulationsin this regard. 28 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 30. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts065. EFFECT OF SHIROBASTI ON INSOMNIA - A PILOT STUDYDr Anita G Kadagad P G Scholar , Dr Prashanth A S Asst. Professor, Dept. of Post GraduateStudies in Kaya Chikitsa, A M V, Hubli. Insomnia, an underdiagnosed disease has a prevalence, in India of nearly 15%. Itaffects about 40% of women and 30% of men. Sleep disturbances can contribute to orexacerbate medical or psychiatric conditions. Insomnia may not be a life threatening illness,but it has a tendency to damage a persons’ social and occupational life. Ayurveda, has describednormal and abnormal sleep patterns. Nidranasha, a Vataja Nanatmaja Vyadhi, with theinvolvement of Manas (Rajas) bears close resemblance to Insomnia. The present study wasdesigned with the objective of evaluating the efficacy of Shirobasti (with Himasagara Taila) inthe management of Primary Insomnia in 5 patients. Patients of either sex, between 30-60 yrsof age were selected based on the DSM IV criteria. The criteria mentioned were further dividedinto Objective (Difficulty in initiation of sleep, Difficulty in maintaining sleep, Early morningawakenings, Reduction in sleep time) and Subjective (Non-Restorative Sleep, Day Time Fatigue,Distress or Impairment in Social / Occupational / Personal areas) parameters for the purposeof assessment. These were graded and assessed with the help of Clinical Proforma and SleepDiaries before, during and after treatment.066. LIFE STYLE MANAGEMENT IN FUTUREDr. Gurubasavaraj.Yalagachin, 1st P.G. Scholar, Dr.Sajitha.K, Asst. Prof. & H. O. D. P. G. Dept, DrShivakumar, Lecturer, Dr.Kavita, Lecturer, P. G. Dept Swasthavritta S.D.M.C.A.&H, Hassan. The term “life style” is rather a diffuse concept often used to denote “the way peoplelive”, reflecting a whole range of social values, attitudes and activities. It is composed of culturaland behavioral patterns and lifelong personal habits that have developed through processesof socialization. Life styles are learnt through social interaction with parents peer group, friends,siblings, through school and mass media. Health is both a consequence of an individual’slifestyle and a factor in determining it. In the last twenty years, a considerable evidence isaccumulated which indicate that there is an association between health and lifestyle ofindividuals. Many current day health problems (e.g., obesity, lung cancer, CHD etc) areassociated with lifestyle changes. In developing countries like India where traditional lifestylethose which can be considered as healthy practices still persist, risk of illness and death areconnected with poor personal hygiene, elementary human habits, nutrition, customs and culturalpatterns. In this era the life is full of strain and stress. In this regard the people are compromisingwith their life style, which disturbs their health. This in turn affects the economy of the country.Hence the healthy lifestyles explained in Ancient Indian Texts like Dinacharya, Ritucharya,Sadvritta, and Yoga, which are non-time consuming if adopted with slight modifications withoutdisturbing the basic principles, would save nine to the economy of country.067. CONCEPT OF NEONATAL RESCUSISTATION IN AYURVEDADr.Chandrashekhara.K M, 2ND Yr. P.G. Scholar, Dr. Srinidhi K Acharya, HOD Department ofKoumarabhrithya S.D.M.C.A. & H., Hassan. Every child birth is considered as emergency and neonatologist should ready to facethe emergency in each delivery irrespective of preterm, term, post term. As birth asphyxia likeconditions may lead to long lasting chronic neurological, physical, physiological disabilities inthe child every effort should be made to avoid or minimize the complications arising from it. Asper the recent statistics such incidences are increasing in spite of advanced technology andD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 29
  • 31. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpotreatment facilities, which is a matter of concern. Modern contemporary science explains differentprincipals of management of neonatal emergency like birth asphyxia by using bag and masksventilator, endotrachael intubation, incubator care, prompt oxygen therapy, life saving drugswhich considerably decreases the mortality and the morbidity of neonates. Ayurveda alsodescribes similar measures to over come such emergency situation. Principles of Ayurvedicmanagement of the asphyxiated baby looks to be base for principals adopted in contemporarymodern science. They also look safer, easier and best methods under limitations of thosedays. Charaka, Vaghabhata, Shusrutha, Kashyapa followed scientific methods with differentsequence for the management of the sick neonate.068. CLINICAL APPROACH IN SPORTS RELATED MUSCLE INJURIESDr.Praveen.R, Ist(yr) P.G. Scholar, Dept. of Salyatantra, Govt. Ayu.college, Tripunithura. Sports injuries are injuries involved with the physical activity of participating in an event.It helps to analyse the influence of movement in training and sports. The human body is built towithstand certain amounts of exertion, but when overstressed injuries may occur. Among thesports injuries the widely occurring injuries are muscle injuries. A sudden violent contraction ofthe muscles usually results in injury. In Ayurvedic classics the muscle injuries can be comparedto different Marma abhighata lakshanas and treatment principle followed is same as that ofMarmaabhighata.General management includes Massage with medicated oil, Bandage, Lepana,Sneha, Sweda, and Internal Medicines along with Physiotherapy. A survey was done andconcluded that cause of muscle injury is mainly due to lack of warming-up before and after theevent. There is great efficiency of Ayurvedic treatment in sports related muscle injuries especiallyin contusion and partial rupture.069. CLINICAL EVALUATION OF KNEE JOINT INJURIESDr.Praveen.R, Ist(yr) P.G. Scholar, Dept. of Salyatantra, Govt. Ayurveda college, Tripunithura. Injuries are very common in clinical practice and most of them occure accidentally.These require immediate management. Like the injuries of vertebral bones knee joint injuriesalso are grave because knee joint is a weight bearing joint. These injuries occur mainly due totwo reasons either Accidentally or Sports related. The knee joint is more vulnerable to damagebecause the stresses to which it is subjected and also there is no interlocking of articulatingbones. Traumatic injury of the knee joint may occure in 4 forms ligament tear, muscle strain,meniscial tear and ligament sprain. Medial meniscus is more vulnerable to injury than lateralmeniscus peculiar to knee joint. A swollen knee may occure immediately or hours after aninjury. Pain will be present at antero-medial aspect of joint. Locking (disability to extend theknee fully) occurs in medial meniscial tear. Even though there is no direct description of kneejoint injuries in ayurvedic classics, we can correlate this with marmabigatha. The marma situatedin knee joint is janumarma. It is kalanthara pranahara marma. The most fearing complicationofjanumarma injury is khanjatha or limping. Management of knee joint injuries can be categorizedas two either of immediate management or management of later effects. Sandhibagna chikitsathat described in ayurvrdic classics, we can adopt in the knee joint injury.070. COMMON CASES OF KEETA VISHA FOUND IN DAY-TO-DAY PRACTISEDr. K.Shobha Bhat. M.D. Scholar, Dept. of Agadatantra avum Vidhi Vaidyaka, V.P.S.V. AyurvedaCollege, Kottakkal- 676 501 (Kerala state) yourdrbhats@yahoo.com Human being is afraid of the multitude of dangers that he has to encounter in hisstruggle for survival. These threats range from diseases that originate from the endogenous 30 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 32. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractsfactors to the exogenous factors like bites or stings of various animals. Knowingly or unknowingly,human beings are subjected to the exposure of these poisons or toxins. Poisoning cases dueto insect bites are very common in clinical practice. People are often bitten by mosquitoes,flies, and spiders or stung by ants, bees, yellow jackets, wasps, hornets and scorpions. Althoughthey are not usually serious, insect bites and stings can be itchy and painful and in somecases may need an emergency medical visit. Ayurveda has explained in detail about the damshalakshanas of different types of Keeta and a wide range of drugs are available to treat thesame. References for Keetas being capable of producing a variety of symptoms ranging fromsimple itching to life threatening situations. Although they are not usually serious, insect bitesand stings can be itchy and painful and in some cases may need an emergency medical visit.Most people stung will experience a “local” reaction with redness, pain, swelling and someitching only at the sting site. It is estimated that between one and two million people in India areseverely allergic to stinging insect venom. Each year 90 to 100 deaths from sting reactions arereported. Hence a proper diagnosis and treatment methodology becomes necessary in allthese cases of insect envenomation.071. CLINICAL EVALUATION OF VIRECHANA THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OFPANDUROGADr. Shila. B, Dr. P. Shivarumudu, Dr. S.H. Doddamani Panchakarma is popular term used for shodhana Chikitsa, which can give satisfactoryresults in chronic diseases and adopted in bahudoshavastha. Virechana is one among them,which eliminates vitiated doshas through adhomarga i.e. Guda. In this especially amapakwashayagata doshas are eliminating. Globally, 30% of total populations are anaemic andhalf of these some 600 million people have iron deficiency. Panduroga is a santarpanajanyavyadhi, where pittadosha plays major role in pathogenesis. Hence, Virechana is mostappropriate shodhana therapy. Vyoshadi Gutika is upakalpa of Trivrit indicated in Pandurogaand can be considered as Sukha Virechaka. It is single group Deepana pachana with Trikatuchuna 3-6 gms thrice daily before food, till the appearance of Nirama lakshanas, Snehapanawith “Dadima Ghrita” in arohana vidhi, till the samyak snigdha lakshanas are seen. Abhyangawith murchita til taila followed by mridu sweda (Ushna jala snana), Virechana with “VyoshadiGutika” 35-45 gms along with sheetajala as anupana, later Samsarjana karma was followedfor 3-5 days depending upon the shuddhi achieved. Follow up study was done for 15 days.During these period patients were advised to follow the pathya apathya mentioned in Panduroga.072. IDENTIFICATION OF RASADRAVYAS ACCORDING TO MINEROLOGYDr. Suvarna P.Nidagundi, Final MD Scholar, Dr.M.C.Patil, Professor & HOD, Dr.GirishN.Danappagoudar, Lecturer, Dr.Jagadish Mitti, Lecturer, Department of Rasashastra D.G.M.Ayurvedic Medical College, Hospital & P.G. Research Center, GADAG – 582103 Rasoushadhies are the outcome of Minerals, Metals & Marine drugs etc, which areprepared by adopting specific processing techniques. Correct mineral identification is veryimportant, as raw drugs used for the preparation. In order to review this field and get its trueposition restored, it is necessary to have continuous interaction between rasa-vaidyas andmodern mineralogists. This opens up a vast research field of great satisfaction for Rasa-vaidyas and mineralogists. Often a single series of tests may not be useful for the correctidentification. We have to under take different tests for correct identification of Minerals. So wehave to study what are the different types of tests, which are useful in correct identification ofMinerals Viz, Luster, Hardness and Streak etc.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 31
  • 33. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo073. A CRITICAL ANALYSIS ON ABHYANGA (MASSAGE)Dr.Vijaykumar.G.Hiremath, Dr. G.Purushottamacharyalu, Dr. P.Shivaramudu, Dr. Santhosh. N.Belavadi Man’s strongest desire is to live a healthy, happy, and inspired life. Of these three,health is primary because without it one cannot feel happy or inspired. Apatarpana andSantarpana are the two main treatment modalities explained in Ayurveda, snehana is oneamong the santarpana Chikitsa done as Bahya snehana (Abhyanga) and Abhyantara snehana(Snehapana). Abhyanga, the Ayurvedic oil massage is an integral part of the daily routinerecommended by this healing system for overall health and well-being. Vagbhata, says – “Giveyourself a full body oil massage on a daily basis. It is nourishing, pacifies the doshas (speciallyvata), relives fatigue, provides stamina, pleasure and perfect sleep, enhances the complexionand luster of the skin, promotes longevity and nourishes all parts of the body.” Massage works directly and simultaneously with three systems of the human body; theblood/vascular system, the nervous system and the lymphatic system. Although massageappears to work only with the skin and musculature, massage infact is transmitted to the vesselsof the body. Massage stimulates activity in the channels and enhances the circulation of nutrientmaterials through them to their related organs. The nervous system reacts to stimulus andtransmits information to the body, allowing it to adjust to the outer environment. Similarly thelymph nodes, which produce the lymphatic fluid, are located around the joints of the body. It ispossible to stimulate these nodes by a circular rubbing of the joints from all sides. Then thenodes are stimulated and the lymphatic secretion is improved by this the blood pressure andother circulatory disorders are cured.074. AYURVEDIC TREATMENT OF SKIN DISEASES IN GENEREAL PRACTICEDr. Priya Kumari, P.G. Scholar, Dr. Suresh R.D, HOD P.G. Department of Kayachikitsa, AMC,Davanagere Diseases of skin makes much more handicap in society because with a presence causingembarrassment, no body wants to touch them, forbidden by everyone beauty and personalityloss which leads them to under stress. Skin diseases are usually allergic and chronic in nature.There is a popular adage that “skin patients are never cure & never die”. The commonestdiseases are kushta, can be psoriasis eczema, urticaria, allergic skin diseases and fungaldiseases etc., and are commonly observed in general practice.075. MANAGEMENT OF ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION BY TAILADHARADr. Harsha Murthv, P.G. Scholar, Dr. Suresh R.D, I/c H.O.D P.G. Dept of Kayachikitsa, Davangere. As such still today epidemiological studies reveals that essential hypertension is themost important single factor responsible for death from cardiovascular disease and cerebrovascular disease. The stressful life style affects one’s mind and homeostasis of the body byseveral psychosomatic mechanisms and causes many psychosomatic disorders. The Raktachapadhikyata (essential hypertension) is one of such diseases.Eminent physicians showed that it is vata pradhana tridoshaja Vyadhi looking at the role ofsympathetic nervous system involvement. The tailadhara has got the effect in controlling thesympathetic activity by decreasing the vataprakopa and also helps in reducing the bloodpressure. Hence tailadhara is a promising effective safer and providing long lasting relief in themanagement of essential hypertension. 32 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 34. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts076. EFFECT OF CHATUHPRASRUTHIKA BASTHI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF KSHEENASHUKRADr. Naveen Kumar B.V, P.G.Scholar, Dr. Suresh R.D, I/c H.O.D P.G. Dept of KC, Davangere. Ksheena shukra is one among the shukra dusti and it is one of the causes for maleinfertility. Affection, Strength, Pleasure, livelihood, spread of bloodline, success and ultimatehappiness all rest in the offspring. The person who is infertile is said to be Nindya. Ksheenashukra can be compared with oligospermia and chathuprasruthika basti which is said to beshukra vardhaka. Chathuprasruthika basti contains makshika, madhu, Aswagandhadhya ghrita,Balaswagandhadhi taila, Ksheera, Hupusha kalka.Anuvasana basti by Aswagandhadya ghrita,Both bastis are given in yoga basti format. Basti karma proved, promising, encouraging resultsin the management of ksheena shukra (oligospermia) with results and observations.077. FUNDAMENTAL STEPS IN EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN FOR ANIMAL STUDIESDr. Ashwini Vastrad, PG Scholar Dept. of Dravyaguna, DGMAMC, Gadag. Animal studies continue to have a vital role in science development. The aim of thisreview is to provide to new investigators an overview of the important steps involved inexperimental designs and also to suggest some practical information that is commonlyassociated with this process. Investigators should adhere to the ethical procedure and followstrictly the scientific method. Both the aims and well-formulated hypothesis are essential andpractical. In this regard a profound literature search and the aid of an experienced statisticianare encouraged. The need of randomization, blinding, and attempting to minimize variation isdiscussed and recommended. The choosing of good control groups and the employment ofpilot studies are useful. Finally, the formulation of new questions to be further responded isexpected. The earliest references to animal testing are found in the writings of the Greeks in the3rd and 4th centuries BCE, with Aristotle (384-322 BCE) and Erasistratus (304-258 BCE)among the first to perform experiments on living animals (Cohen and Loew 1984). Galen, aphysician in second-century. Rome, dissected pigs and goats, and is known as the “father ofvivisection. Experiments can be split into three broad, overlapping categories: pure research,in which experiments are conducted that have no direct commercial application, with a view toadvancing knowledge, most often inside universities; applied research, conducted in order tosolve specific biological problems or to develop commercial products, either for medical ornon-medical use; and toxicology or safety testing, in which commercial products are tested onanimals to measure potential adverse biological reactions to the ingredients.078. ROLE OF YOGA IN MENTAL HEALTHDr. Vijayamahantesh.S. Hiremath, Lecturer & I/C HOD, Dept of Swasthavritta, Prof.Dr.Shivanand.S.Hiremath , HOD of KC, Principal, B.V.V.S Ayu. Med. college & Hospital, Bagalkot Medical literature reveals, stress has role in both somatic (in the form of psycosomatic)and psychic disorders. Maharshi Patanjali considers Root causes of diseases differently. Hehas taken Ashmita (the egoism) is root cause of distress which affect the mind, the same wasconsidered by Patanjali was also different. Mind is taken as heart and head. Which reflects inthe literatures of Ayurveda, Bhela coats “shira talvantara madhyagam” as the stana of manasbut the rest other literatures follows the Hridaya as the moola stana. For the same stress,samshaya, pramada, alasya, aavirithi etc are used by Patanjali to address either the psychicfeatures or physiological changes that occure due to this stress, for which along withD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 33
  • 35. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpoAstangayoga, some specific Asanas are advocated by Patanjali to counter the root ailmentcalled stress. To cope-up with this literature mental disorders like irritability, mental fatigue,anxiety etc worked out with Yogic asanas.Thirty minutes a day is required in the form of exercises,which includes both yogasanas as well as pranayama, to improve positive health or to forestallhazards of stresses or to attain a state of equanimity. Dharana (concentration), Dhyana(meditation) and Samadhi (super consciousness) may also be looked upon as exercises of themind and are helped by asanas. The mind is the vital link between the body and theconsciousness. The individual can live with awareness, discrimination and confidence onlyonce the mind is calm and focused. Yoga is instrumental in establishing equilibrium for this tri-pod.079. LASUN KALP CHIKITSA IN CORONARY HEART DISEASE (CHD)Dr. A.K. Tripathi, Consultant Heart Physician cum Dy. Med. Superintendent (IM), Sir SunderlalHospital, Institute of Medical Sciences, B.H.U, Varanasi-225001, draruntripathi @yahoo.com Lasun Kalp Chikitsa is proved boon to the CHD patients. Lasun is one of the age oldingradient used as spice in all Indian Kitchens irrespective of regional variations. Lasun (Alliumsativum) is a perrenial plant cultivated in whole Indian and even word wide regions. Its bulb hasbeen used as a spice or medicinal herb for many centuries¹. It contains a higher concentrationof sulphur compounds than any other Allium species. The sulphur compounds are responsibleboth for garlic’s pungent odour and many of its medicinal effect². The medicinal activity of garliccan be have maximum only in crushed and cooked form. Ayurveda describes kalp chikitsa invarious disease conditions, however, in all three major classics of Ayurveda like Charak Samhita,Sushruta Samhita and Ashtang Hridaya & Sangraha, we could not found use of Lasun (Garlic)in the form of Kalp but compendium for children known as Kashyap Samhita given this uniquepreparation as Lasun Kalp. With this background I thought trial of Lasun Kalp Chikitsa (Therapy)in patients of Coronary Heart Disease (CHD).080. UNDERSTANDING OF LEARNING DISORDERS IN AYURVEDA AND ITS MANAGEMENTDr.V.Sunitha, 1st P.G., Dr Narayan prakash, Asst.Prof. & H.O.D Dept of P,G studies in ManasaRoga, SDMCA Hassan. Leaning disorders are specific disorders seen in school going children in relation toacademic skills. Learning disorder involves impairment to one particular cognition area ofmotivation i.e. reading, writing, mathematics, speech and language, physical- coordination.The performance of such students is poor that is expected for age, schooling and intelligence.As there is a saying “Fittest for the survival”. How fit one is depends on how intelligent he is.Children with learning disorder would become totally disinterested and engage in anti socialactivities. In this condition Manas needs to be stimulated. As every parent wants his child to bebest, so we need to find a remedy to prevent and improve mental ability by Ayurvedic system ofmedicine. Ayurveda had given prime importance to both Dravyabhuta and Adravyabhuthachikitsa. In the form Adravyabhutha chikitsa many techniques has been mentioned to improvethe Buddhi component and also to increase Smrti, which can be adopted for the managementof Learning Disorders.The unique contribution to the Medhya Rasayana and Medhya Dravyaswhich are the Bhoutika Chikitsa in the ailments of Mind and Brain. The journey of thousand miles starts with single step 34 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 36. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts081. DHYANA YOGA – A CONSTRUCTIVE MENTAL HEALTH COMPONENTDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, Professor, Dr. Shrikrishna.H.Jigalur, Final PG scholar, Departmentof Kayachikitsa (PG), PG Studies and Research Center, DGM Ayu. Medical College, Gadag Ayurveda equally enumerates the importance of mental health along with somatic health.Frayed defines almost all intellectual beings (Humans) afflicted psychologically at least once inthe life span. Common mental affliction explained from the ages are fear, anger etc. Yoga isdefined as “chita vrutti nirogha”, which means withstanding unwanted Philological affrications.The present day-to-day stressed world practicing yoga in one or the other mode. Out of manypractices Dhyna yoga, Transdental Meditation; methods of concentration on Checkerboardare included. Indian standard method of Dhyna yoga is implied on common men, who suffer fromsaid afflictions. It is found that the methods of concentrations are viable methods to affect themental stress induced diseases and well being of the individual. Normal health group, stressedand temperamental subjects are exposed to the “Dhyana Yoga” for a period of 21 days andobserved the mental abilities in terms of Hamilton Anxiety Rating Scale and Mental AbilityTests. It is found that almost all samples are achieved the mental positive health through“Dhyana Yoga”. Thus it is concluded as “Dhyana Yoga” as with reference to Meditation is thebest way to regulate the mental concerned anomalies and to treat the present day urbanizedconcrete jungle generated psychological ailments of the era.082. EVALUATION OF TAMAS IN TERMS OF RATR (RETICULAR ACTIVITY TRANSMISSIONRETARDATION) IN SLEEP PATTERNSDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, Professor, Dr. Kamalaxi. M. Angadi, 2nd PG scholar, Department ofKayachikitsa (PG), PG Studies and Research Center, DGM Ayu. Medical College, Gadag “The best bridge between despair and hope is a good night’s sleep”. Sleep providesrest there by the energy for our needs. Sleep is the basis of our day-to-day activity; hence, theAyurveda explained physiological and pathological sleep in detail. As the health is a first museand sleep is the condition to produce it. Improper sleep leads to sickness of both physical andmental. Sleep is defined as unconsciousness or a state of altered consciousness from whichthe person can be aroused by sensory or other stimuli of Reticular activating system (RAS). Itdenotes that part of the brainstem reticular formation that plays a central role in the organismsbodily and behavioral alertness. As we understand, the Sleep is a periodic functional state ofman and higher animals, characterized by specific changes in vegetative and motor systemsby the absence of purposeful activity and sensory interaction with the environment and theSleep is characterized by the inhibition of conscious mental activity other wise Reticular ActivityTransmission Retardation. Sleep is also a physiologic state of relative unconsciousness andinaction of the voluntary muscles, the need for which recurs periodically. According Ayurveda, the sleep is induced by the increase of the inert universal attributecalled Tamas, which literally means darkness. Onset of sleep is directly proportional to theincreases of Tamas. Sleep usually occurs at night as the surroundings are dark and arepredominated by Tamas. In the natural Sleep function of Tamas, both Satva and Rajas acts against the sleepinduction. Hence, it is clear that Satva and Rajas are positive forces acts against the ignorantand inert sleep is compared with the Reticular Activity Transmission initiations. Reduction ofTamas is the cause of awakening and it is compared to Reticular Activity TransmissionRetardation.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 35
  • 37. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo083. EVALUATION METHODS OF OBESITY IN INDIAN POPULATIONDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, Professor, Dr. Veena S. Jigalur, First year scholar, Department ofKayachikitsa (PG), PG Studies and Research Center, DGM Ayu. Medical College, Gadag Size of the person is socially important. Over size is always problematic. Obesity can bedefined as an excess of body fat that poses a health risk. Sthoulya being caused due to themedo vrudhi it is generally called as Medoroga in Ayurveda. Individuals having the excellenceof med as are characterized by the abundance of unctuousness in complexion, voice, eyes,hairs of head & other parts of the body nail, teeth, lips, urine and feces. Charaka has consideredeight varied symptoms found in stula (obese) person so as him as vishesha nindita purushaamong asta nindita purusha. Classification follows as former - Hyper trophic obesity (Increase in enlargement of fatcells) correlates with android or truncal fat distribution and is more often associated withmetabolic disorders such as DM, HTN etc. the later is Hyperplastic obesity in which increase innumber of fat cells is witnessed. Some store their fat mainly around the Hips and thighs, whichgives then a ‘Pear’ shape known as Gynoid distribution, which is characteristic of women. Thisother type found in both gender is the storage of fat primarily in the abdomen, producing an “apple shape” known as android distribution. In India more android distribution is witnessed andis not appropriately fits to the BMI measurements of W.H.O. Thus an attempt is made to draw a conclusion over BMI distributions of Indian populationsby collecting various age groups healthy/ morbid mean measurements to correlate with W.H.O.standards. The variance found is an average of 5 units less than that of W.H.O. stipulations.On the other hand Indians WHR has got more significance and got prognostic value more thanBMI. In spite of this many morbid conditions are observed with fat accumulations and overweight. Thus an extended exclusive Indian study of BMI and WHR is necessary084. NECESSITY AND IMPORTANCE OF “SAMSARJANAKRAMA”Dr. D.F.Budi, P.G.Scholor , Dr. G. Purushottamacharyalu, H.O.D. ,Dr. P. Shivaramudu Professor.Dept of Panchakarma Without the preoperative procedures of Snehana and Swedana internal cleaning issuperficial and does not remove the basis of diseases. Once Vamana, Virechana, Niruhabasti,and Nasya eliminate the toxins and waste products from the gastro intestine tract both the(Digestive) Agni and the dhatus must have the opportunity to rebuild themselves. The set ofprocedures that fallow the main eliminative treatments of Panchakarma and assist this rebuildingprocess are collectively called as “Paschat karma”. Samsarjanakrama is one among the Paschat karma. Samsarjanakrama - “a gradualadministration of diet”, assures the reestablishment of healthy metabolic function and immunity.If this Samsarjanakrama is neglected, digestion does not normalise. Agnimandya generatesthe Ama and the tissues start to receive the toxic material instead of nutritive, strengtheningsubstances. Samsarjanakrama raise the system to a much higher efficiency level than it hadbefore. So also in the body after prefatory process the decreased Agni will be not only broughtback to normal but also it will made to digest heavy food after the Peyadi Samsarjanakrama.After Shodhana therapy Agnimandya will occur. It is very essential to increase the Agni; SoSamsarjanakrama should be administered on the basis of Pravara, Madhyama and Avarashuddi. Samsarjanakrama, Peyadikrama’s are not only increase Agni but also ginen strengthto nourishment and others.Purvakarma is pillar of Panchakarma and Samsarjanakrama is backbone of Panchakarma. Without Samsarjanakrama Shodhana therapy will be incomplete. 36 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 38. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts085. AYURVEDIC & MODERN PERSPECTIVE OF YOGIC DIET.Dr. Krishna R.Hebbear N., Asst. Professor, Dept. of Swasthavritha & Yoga Muniyal Institute ofAyurvedic Medical Sciences Manipal –576104 A man is what he eats is an old dialogue. A man will be that what he eats is a scientifictruth. Chandogya Upanishat also recognized impact of food on body and mind by sayingmaximum part of food convert into faces, moderate part nourishes muscular tissue and smallpart nourishes mind [Ref.6/5/1]. Yogi Swatmarama in Hathayoga pradeepika lists out generalqualities 7 specific food of yogic diet. General qualities are sweet, nourishing, unctuous, specificfoods are wheat, rice, barley, milk, ghee, sugar, honey, dry ginger, 5 types of green leafyvegetables, green gram etc. [Ref.1/63] yogi Gheranda also holds this view. Ayurveda refersShareera as Ahara sambhava. Hence advices ‘Hita Ahara’ to preserve the health. Thesecomprise wheat, rice, barley, Indian gooseberry, green gram, sugar, milk, honey, pure wateretc. (Ref.Astanga Sangraha Sutra 10/18-19). Modern science advises balanced diet to preservethe health. Yogic diet comprises Carbohydrate, fat, proteins, Vitamins, Minerals, and water inright quantity, which fulfills the criteria of balance diet. If Ayurveda & Yoga go hand in handthere will be panacea to many human sufferings.086.HIIDDEN DUSHYA – INDRIYA BIUDDHIAditya Gowda I.C, Vinay T.C, Final BAMS, Dr Prashanth G.S, Dept of Kayachikitsa, AY. Med.College & PG center, Davangere Surrounding of a living being is called as environment. It is the essentiality of the livingbeings to live in this environment till death. Hence each living being gains knowledge ofenvironment to adjust itself. To serve this the living being gains the knowledge through the aidof indriyas. To achieve indriya karya invariable concomitance is necessary among the above-mentioned entitles. In some of the diseases affliction of Indriya Buddhi either in the form ofupatapa or upaghata can’t be ruled out. In such diseases Indriya Bddhi is seldom consideredin the list of dushyas.087. TRANS-VAGINAL APPLICATION & ITS VIABILITY IN VAGINAL CONDITIONSDr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad Professor, Dr. Shivaleela. S. Kalyani, Final PG scholar, Departmentof Kayachikitsa (PG), PG Studies & Research Center, DGM Ayur. Med. College, Gadag Half of the populations on the earth are of Female. Females maintain the role of child,sister, mother and many more. As like the all even female has the genital parts but exposed tothe external environment more in comparison. The external genitalia with long tubular contentis susceptible to the infectious conditions from puberty till menopause, either because of theunhygienic conditions or coital and even physiologically. Such infectious or physiologicalepisodes occurring at female vagina are offered with the expertise methods of Trans-vaginalapplications in Ayurveda where in at present their viabilities in vaginal conditions are explored. Mainly the Trans-vaginal applications include Prakshalana, Pichu and Varti. Out of thePrakshalana is of vaginal douche, which are water-soluble herbal medicaments decoctionsaffect locally for a minimal period. The Pichu is lipid soluble mentioned for the long term localaction. The third method is Varti i.e. vaginal pessary is said to be a compact form of the solidmaterial which can be handy, not in need of assistance and any where any time appliancesacts for long time and relieves ailments such as Yoni srava, Yoni Daha, etc. with Pessary localaction associated systemic actions.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 37
  • 39. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo A comparison is made with three groups of Prakshalana, Pichu and Varti for their efficacyin various vaginal diseases as Trans-vaginal applications. It is fairly concluded that the Varti isbest out of Trans-vaginal applications.088. ROLE OF AYURVEDIC TREATMENT IN CHIKUNGUNYADr.Mahesh Belagali, Dr. Mallikarjun Kamatar, Dr.Sudhir Kidiyappanavar, Prof. Dr.S.S.Hiremath,Dr.Santosh L. Yadahalli, Dr. G.S.Kulkarni Chikungunya, this term is a local tribal word meaning that “which bends up” which wasused to describe an epidemic of acute arthropathy in Tanzamia ia 1952-1953 shown to becaused by a togovirus of the Alpha virus genus. The incubation period is usually 2-3 days(range 1-12days) followed by the abrupt onset of fever (often to 400 C), Rigers and acute jointpain. Swelling (Periarticular) is common but joint effusions are not. Generalized Myalgia isfrequent. Clinical management primarily revolves around meticulous supportive care. Trialswith a variety of agents including Antibiotics, Glucocorticoids, Antihistamines, Convalescentserum and Inter feron were without significant beneficial effect. This disease can be comparedwith Asthigata Jwara or Sandhigata jwara according to Yogaratnakara. But this condition mainlyinvolves the Ama. So Amahara Chikitsa should be follow. Lepa Chikitsa of S.Guggulu, Haritaki,Haridra, lodra, Vacha,Vatsanabha, Raktachandana, Punarnava, Jatamamsi, Guduchi andShamanoushadhi schedule of Amritadi Guggulu, Maha Lakshmi Vilasa Rasa and Amapachakakwatha churna are given for 7 days089. ATYAYIKA CHIKITSA IN AYURVEDA AND ITS SCOPEDr. M.K. Seeni, M.D. scholar, Dr. O.P. Dadhich , Prof. M.S. Meena, P.G. Deptt. of Sharir Kriya,N.I.A. Jaipur. Asstt. Prof., P.G. Deptt. of Shrir Kriya, N.I.A. Jaipur. Professor & Head, P.G.Deptt. of Shrir Kriya, N.I.A. Jaipur. Every science has definite criteria considering the various circumstances of the society.Years ago in wartime also emergency treatment including surgical treatment are also described.Due to several factors Allopathic System of Medicine has developed much faster than theother disciplines. Ayurveda can deal with most of the common clinical emergencies efficientlyand satisfactorily.090. AYURVEDIC APPROACH TOWARDS DVT – A Case StudyDr. Sudhir Kidiyappanavar, Dr. Mallikarjun Kamatar, Dr. Mahesh Belagali - House SurgeonsProf. Dr. S. S. Hiremat, Principal Dr. Santosh L. Yadahalli, Dr.Vijaymahantesh S HiremathLecturers, B.V.V.S Ayurved Medical College and Hospital, Bagalkot. DVT is also called Phlebothrombosis. It is an acute thrombosis of deep veins, withClinical Features – Swelling, Pain, Redness, Dilated Superficial Veins, Calf tenderness, Lowgrade Pyrexia. Treatment Adopted is KAYASEKA with Pinda Taila and YOGA BASTI – Anuvasanawith Nirgundi Taila 60ml and Niruha Basti with Erandamula kwatha. After 2 months it was sosurprising that before starting the treatment patient brought in a wheel chair to the ward butduring follow up he came very freely with normal gate and now he don’t have pain during anytype of work. Color Doppler impression was “Old Organized Rt Superficial Femoral and PoplitealVein Thrombosis with Partial Recanalisation”. 38 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 40. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts091. ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION – AN AYURVEDIC LITERARY VIEWDr. I.B. Kotturshetti, Asst. Prof. HOD Panchakarma, Dr. A.M. Adi , Principal. Rajiv GandhiEducation societies Ayurvedic Medical College RonAfter scanning the Ayurvedic literatures we can correlate the hypertension to that of manydiseases like Raktagatavata, Raktapradoshajavikara, Raktavritavata, Siragatavata, Raktavriddhi,Pittavritavata, Pittavirta-udana, Bhrama, Mada, Murcha, Sanyasa, Dhamanipratichaya andRoudiramada, etc. The disease hypertension is literally translated as Raktachapadhikyata.The disease, which resembles to that of hypertension, is not mentioned in Ayurveda directly asan independent disease with its Nidanapanchakas and Chikitsa. So the intelligent physicianshould manage the disorder by understanding the involvement of Dosha, Dushya, etc. andshould treat accordingly the lakshanas. (Su.Su. 35/19, Cha.Su. 18/51). Essential hypertensionexhibits following symptoms such as- Headache, Giddiness, Insomnia, Fatigue, Palpitation,Chest pain and Breathlessness. After scanning these signs and symptoms of EHT with Ayurvedicliteratures can be concluded that EHT is Vata pradhana. Associated with pitta-kapha dosha.Dushya is Rakta. According to Dosha Dushya Vivechana Chikitsa can be adopted.092. D V T – A CASE REPORTDr. Santosh L. Yadahalli , Lecturer, Prof. Dr. S.S.Hiremath, Principal,B.V.V.S A.M.C, BagalkotDVT is also called Phlebothrombosis. It is an acute thrombosis of deep veins. DVT is verycommon in the western countries, the exact cause of which is not known. Postoperativeimmobilization, pressure on the calf muscles, sluggish blood flow and prolonged bed rest arethe various factors, which precipitate DVT. Commonly it affects venous sinuses in the solealmuscles. It is a common starting place. KAYASEKA with Pinda Taila and YOGA BASTI withAnuvasana with Nirgundi Taila 60ml and Niruha Basti with Erandamula kwatha are given.093. CHEMISTRY OF SATVAPATANADr. Pradeep Agnihotri Satvapatana samskara as elucidated in classics is achieving the essence of metalsand minerals from their original source. The entire procedure of satvapatana is a very muchscientific and is a clue for the prevalence of metallurgical practices in those times. The basicrequirements for satvapatana including dravaka varga have a scientific meaning for their placein the procedure. satvapatana technique aims at extracting the therapeutically active materialwhile metallurgy aims at extracting the purest form of metal for commercial purpose, i.e. elementalpurity is the criteria what is anticipated. In modern metallurgy there are different phases prior to the metal extraction like,Concentration of ore, Reduction to free metal, Refining/ Purification etc. instead in Ayurvedasatvapatana starts with beejavartha and ends with shuddaavartha. That’s how the products ofboth show a discrepancy. Now a day it has become out of use, though has a highest value intherapeutics, may be due to unavailable scientific explanations about the same. The honestattempt has been made to divulge the scientific truths of the procedure. Please turn off your mobiles or in to silent modeD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 39
  • 41. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo094. SCIENTIFIC BASIS OF THE ANTI-AGEING EFFECT OF AYURVEDARASAYANA REMEDIESDR. J.S. TRIPATHI, Reader & In charge, Division of Manas Rogas Vigyan, Dept. of Kayachikitsa,Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University Rasayana and Vajikarana are the two important branches described among the eightclinical specialties of classical Ayurveda (Astanga Ayurveda). Satavari (Asparagus Racemosus)and similar other nutritional substances are the example of this category of Rasayana. Guggulu(Comiphora mukul) is a classical example of this category of Rasayana drugs. There is anurgent requirement to explore the Rasayana drugs of Ayurveda to develop remedies forprevention of stress and psychosomatic diseases as well as for retardation of ageing processand managing untimely ageing. Protein exposed to free radical attack may fragment, cross-link or aggregate. Many studies conducted in recent years have proved that several drugsused in Ayurveda as having potent Rasayana effect posses the antioxidant activity. Some ofthe Rasayana drugs directly increase the activity of inherent antioxidant enzymes, some bythe scavenging (chain breaking) antioxidant activity, some prevent sequestration of transitionmetal ions, but many of them act by combined and the complex mechanisms.095. ANCIENT TO MODERN MODALITY OF PRACTICAL SURGICAL TRAINING – A META MORPHOSISDr. Swapna Kumary, P.G. Scholar, P.G. Department of Shalyatantra, Dr. S. Manjunath, Co-guide, P.G. Department of Shalyatantra, A M C, Davangere From the time of vedas and Susruta, who undoubtedly has been accepted as thefather of surgery, the ayurvedic surgeons were conducting various surgeries. But for the practiceof surgery the student should undergo many training. Here the emphasis is being laid on thepractical training devoid of which a great acquisition of theoretical knowledge is of minimumuse. Literature is the golden mirror of Contemporary society. It is very well understood that themethod of training has been changing and they have been designed from time to time, toprepare the student to face the challenges posed to him.096. MANAGEMENT OF GASTRO-INTESTINAL DISORDERS SPECIAL REFERENCE OFPRAVAHIKA (AMOEBIC DYSENTERY)Dr.S.K.Das Adhikari, Asst. Professor & H.O.D. Department of Panchkarma, S.V.M.Ayu.Med.College, Ilkal Gastro-intestinal disorders are the major Global health problem in the present era.One of the very common disorders is pravahika (Amoebic dysentery), which is Purisha Vahasrotas disorder. Among the various treatments line up, the clinical study has done by VilwadiChurna and Pichhavasti on Pravahika . It is found that these medicaments are very effectivewithout any side effects. So this herbal medicament should be adopted worldwide for bettermentof human beings.097. UTILITY OF PRAKRUTHA NIKETHAMOOLA IN CHIKITSADr. Usha Veeresh, 2nd Year P.G. Scholar, Dr. Prashanth G.S., Department of Kaya Chikitsa,Ayurvedic Medical College and P.G. Centre, Davangere Srotas, Pantha, ayana – are the aksha Mahabutha pradhana avayawa and play a veryimportant role in the maintaining of healthiness and unhelthiness of the environment – Shareera.Roga, Dukha, Amaya - is the outcome of combination of dosha & dushyas. There should be 40 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 42. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractspotential place which facilitates combinations of doshas & dushyas such potential place itself istermed as Khavaigunya & in most of the vyadhis this khavaigunya occurs in the srotas itself.Srotas having such a potential place will create unhealthy condition of shareera. Clinically thisunhealthy environment can be noted by observing the vikrutha lakshanas. Among when thevaikrutha lakshana was when tracked back to their origin some will be arising due to involveddosha and some are due to involved dushyas – in particular with respect to the involved srotas.The diseases srotas thus will be expressing its diseased condition. The set of so called vaikruthalingas when re observed after tracking their origin can be put under two categories.098. YES TO ASATMYADR.PRASHANTH G.S., LECTURER, DEPT. KC, AYU. MED. COLLEGE DAVANGERE Satmya and asatmya are two terminologies used as a synonym of Chikitsa and later asa synonym of Nidana.Always Nidana parivarjana i.e. Asatmya parivarjana is adopted as a firstline of treatment. Above sentence is true in Chikitsa point of view, but as per swasthavruttapoint of view - asatmya when taken continuesly for longer duration of time in less quantitybecomes satmya. Cant this principle is adopted clinically to over come some diseases, whichare having relapsing nature.099. MANAGEMENT OF PAMA SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ECZEMA BY MAHATIKTAKAGHRITA AND VIRECHANADr.Sipra Sasmal, Asst. Prof. & H.O.D. Department of Roganidan, S.V.M.Ayu.Med. College,Ilkal Generally the word Kustha is used for Leprosy in our Society. Any kind of skin disordersdisbalances the mental conditions as well as physical deformity of the patient. They are alwaysdisliked by the society as well as by family members. Besides the healthy skin is a cosmeticbeauty and therefore any diseases pertaining to it will seriously affect the luster, turgor andcomplexion of the individual. Now-a-days pursuit varied consumption of allergens includingsynthetic fabrics, plastic foot wear, cosmetics drugs and other materials has given rise tonumerous diseases in dermatology amongst which Pama (Eczema) alone poses 30% ofprevalence. Keeping all these views in mind the Mahatiktaka Ghrita and Triphala Churna areadministered which are mention in the Charaka Samhita and found very effective without anycomplications. So it can be considered as the best treatment for Pama (Eczema).100. CLINICAL STUDY ON THE ROLE OF PANCHA KARMA THERAPY AND AYURVEDIC REGIMENIN THE MANAGEMENT OF PARKINSONISM IN GERIATRIC POPULATIONDr Rajni Chandre, senior Resident (Manas Roga), Dr J.S. Tripathi, Reader, Division of ManasRoga Vigyan Department of Kaya Chikitsa, IMS, BHCT, Varanasi Parkinsonism is one of the common disorders found in geriatric population. It has beendescribed as kampa-vata in Ayurvedic literature. The patient of Kampavata present with tremorsall over the body especially, or tremors of head and upper limbs. It is due to vitiated vata dosa.Keeping this view in mind, a study was conducted to evaluate the effect of Shiro-vasti usingmandukaparni ghrita and an Ayurvedic regimen consisting of kampavatari rasa, kapikachchuchurna and ashwagandha churna in 30 cases of Parkinsonism. Using objective criteria basedon rating of clinical presentation, HDRS & HARS. The results of this study are very encouraging.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 41
  • 43. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo101. SCOPE OF PANCHAKARMA THERAPY IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MENTALDISORDERSDr. Sarvesh Dubey, Dr. J.S. Tripathi, DIVISION OF MANAS ROGA, DEPARTMENT OF KCINSTITUTE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES BHU, VARANASI Panchakarma is an unique beautification therapy described in Ayurvedic classics. It isunique in several senses, Firstly because this therapy is based on the concepts of beautificationwhich is a concept based on eradication of the disease causing humors from the body, whichno other system in the world has addressed. This therapy aims at rooting out the diseasecompletely not just pacifying the symptoms of the disease. It is useful in many chronic debilitatingconditions where no other option remains for the patient. Panchakarma therapy is also useful in detoxification of the Endotoxins present in thebiological system and cleansing up micro channels of the body. It is equally effective in treatingthe physical as well as the mental disorders. According to Ayurvedic classics most of thecommon mental disorders are caused by the combination of Shareer and Manas Doshas.Therefore, the different procedures of Panchakarma has been highly indicated and emphasizedby the ancient Ayurvedic classics.102. AN INTERPRETIVE STUDY ON SIRAVYADHA SITES OF ADHAH SHAKHAS INDIFFERENT DISEASESDr S M Kudari, Asst. Prof. BVVS Ayurvedic Medical College, Bagalkot 587 101 Raktamokshana is one of the important para-surgical procedures denoting letting ofblood out side the body. Different modalities of Raktamokshana are adopted according toDosha-avastha, Raktavastha and Aturavastha. So as to explain its significance the stanza“Siravyadhaschikitsardham Shalyatantre Prakirtitaha” (Su. Sha. 8/23) is sufficient. Sushruta has given same importance of Dosha to Rakta also, where in many places hehas classified many diseases as Raktaja also. As there is specific line of Shodhana Chikitsa inVata, Pitta, and Kapha such as Basti, Virechana, and Vamana. Likewise, Siravyadha is oftenrecommended as Shodhana Chikitsa. There is an universal rule that, always Prakupita Doshasare expelled from their nearest root such as Basti in Vata, Virechana in Pitta, Vamana in Kapha,in general Sameepastha Marga is selected for Shodhana purpose. In Sushruta Shareera 8thchapter, it is surprising that selected sites are recommended for Siravyadha in different diseases,probably Adhisthana Sthanas of Vyadhi. Sites of Siravyadha told by Sushrutacharya arescientific, without any controversies Siravyadha sites can be adopted to let out blood in differentdiseases by Shalyatantra scholars.103. CONCEPT OF DRUG RESEARCHDr. Subash Sahu, Lecturer, Dept of DG, S.V.M. Ayu. Med. College, ILKAL, Bagalkot, Karnataka. Drug is the most important component of all medical sciences because drugs are those,which are employed by the physicians with a view to, bring out the homeostasis of the bodysystem. So, it is essential to invent suitable new drugs or to discover the new clinical uses ofolder drugs to treat the life threatening diseases. There are so many references available inour ancient classics regarding the concept of drug research. So it should be followed to discovernew drugs with the support of modern techniques. Drug research and development is achallenging activity of research institutes. 42 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 44. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts104. STUDY OF NADI VIGYAN WITH ADVANCED MODERN TECHNOLOGY USING ADIINSTRUMENTSDr. Akash Chandra Tripathi, JR-III, Kayachikitsa, Dr. P. Byadgi, Lecturer, Vikriti Vigyan, Prof.B.N. Upadhyay, Professor, KC, Faculty of Ayurved, Institute of Medical Sciences, BHU, Varanasi Prior to sharangdhar also there are scattered references available is Nadi Vigyan andother texts later on Yoga ratnakar included the nadi pareeksha under Astasthana pareekshafor diagnosis as well as prognosis of disease. The understanding of nadi was based on itscharacteristic properties the strength, rhythm, volume etc. by a manual process. There arenumber of examples and ancient Ayurvedic techniques of manipulating the pulse to identifyparticular diseases therefore it is need of the hour to look into the nadi pareeksha vigyan inlight of modern scientific basis using advanced computerized sensing and recording system. Ithas been emphasized in ayurvedic principles that such mastery of understanding nadi can beachieved only after years of experience and meticulous perception. As a result a very fewvaidyas could achieve such mastery. However due to recent advancement of techniques inmedical sciences computerized gadgets and software as available to record and analyzed veryminute details of pulse. Thus concept of ancient. Nadi pareeksha can be reviewed and revisitedwith help of such modern techniques. It will be exceptionally helpful for the ayurvedic physiciansfor diagnosis and prognosis of various disease and we have done such experiment with ADIinstrument by correlating ancient pulse sciences and very positive result were obtained.105. TREATMENT APPROACH TOWARDS AMADr. Balgovind Tiwari, JR-III, Kayachikitsa, Prof. B.N. Upadhyay, Professor, Kayachikitsa,Faculty of Ayurveda, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi Ayurvedic Literature describes many diseases in the stage form. As Ama, Niram, stage,apakva, Pacchyaman, Pakra stage and stage according to their place of origin etc. In theseforms of stages determination of Ama-Niram stage is a important and useful part of diagnosisas well as treatment of Ayurvedic diseases. The treatment plan of Ama is based on whether itis staying at Pakvashaya or dispersed all over the body. After deciding this we use Samshodhanor Samshaman Chikitsa to resolve the disease from Ama stage.106. INNOVATIVE APPROACH TO SUTURE MATERIAL (SEEVAN DRAVYA)Rakesh Kumar Pandey, PhD Scholar, Prof. M.shahu, Department of Shalya-shalakya facultyof Ayu. IMS, BHU, Varanasi , Mohan Kumar, Prof. Department of Pathology IMS, BHU, Varanasi The science and art of surgery had advanced by the use of raw material products forthe closure of wound as early as 600BC.Similarly in Ayurveda suture material has been mentionedby all ancient authors under seevan karma. Sushruta very well recognized its importance insurgery because separation of part therapeutic or accidental is a common occurrence in surgicalpractice and early union of the edges not only improves the cosmetic result but also avoidsoutside contamination and subsequent suppuration For long no scientific and planned studiescould be undertaken regarding its practical application and its effects on wound healing byusing the suture material mentioned in the classics thus it was thought desirable to undertakenthe present study to explore the possible beneficial influence of the suture material on scientificparameter i.e. tensile strength, disintrigation and its effect on wound healing compare withcontrol group of plain Catgut in vivo in Albino Rates. In the present study all the plant originsuture material (seevan Dravya) which are present in Ayurvedic Classic were used in form ofthere fibre withdrawn from their various part by different process. since sutures are probablyD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 43
  • 45. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpothe largest group of devices implanted in human and in present era there is a trend in all overworld that people looking towards nature and natural product.107. CRITICAL EVALUATION OF AVARANA AND ITS MANAGEMENT PRINCIPLEDr. Ajay Kumar, JR-I, Kayachikitsa, Prof.B.N. Upadhyay, Professor, Kayachikitsa, Faculty ofAyurveda, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banaras Hindu University, Varanasi In Ayurvedic classics, the concept of Avarana is very specific and important. It showsthe depth of Ayurvedic diagnosis. Concept of Avarana is especially described in context withvata Vyadhi. Vata dosa has many pathways for pathogenesis of different diseases due to itsAsukaritva, Sukshma guna. Kapha and pitta dosas causes pathogenesis due to only ksayavriddhi but vata dosa causes diseases due to Avarana also Dhatu Ksaya (Emaciation of bodytissues) and Margasya Avarana (by occlusion of its channel).108. ANATOMICAL LOCATION OF SIRAVYADHA STHANAS IN URDHVA-SHAKHAS - AHYPOTHETICAL STUDYDr R Annapurna, P G (Final), Dept of Rachana Shareera, NKJ Ayu.Med.College & PG Center, Bidar Knowledge of “Rachna Shareera” is mandatory for a student of any system of medicine.It is a vital subject in preclinical studies. Ancient works in the field of Rachana Shareera byCharaka, Sushruta are scientific studies. Charaka contributed medical anatomy, where asSushruta contributed surgical anatomy. When ‘Sira Shareera’, ‘Siravyadha-vidhi Shareera’ ofSushruta Shareera Sthana is reviewed. Siravyadha is considered to be chief line of treatmentin the management of many diseases. Sushruta has quoted different Siravyadhana Sthanasin different diseases. Then a question arises why Sushruta particularly mentioned that particularSthana in particular diseases? But here the study is limited to only Urdhva Shakhas. In presentliterature, there is a gap of knowledge, incomplete information pertaining to RoganusaraSiravyadha. To fulfill this gap present study is taken up to substantiate exact anatomical locationof Vedhya Sira in Vyadhana Sthanas of Urdhva Shakhas in particular disease conditions. Athorough review of the literature and analysis is done on the basis of anatomical and patho-physiological grounds. As Siravyadha is significant line of treatment where Sushruta hasmentioned Siras of particular site in particular diseases. So a hypothetical approach has beendone to locate Siras of Siravyadha Sthanas. By the present literary study Siravyadhana Sthanascan be accepted by Shalyatantra scholars.109. MYSTERIES IN AYURVEDA & STANDARDIZATIONDr. B.S. Hiremath, Asst. Prof., AMC Inchal There was no separate pharmaceutics in the early period. Details of pharmaceuticsare not found described at one place collectively. As and when required such details weregiven in ancient texts of Ayurveda. The role of standardization had last importance in the past,as the identification, collection, preparation and processing techniques, storage techniquesetc. were strictly followed by the Vaidyas themselves. Later with the passage of time, the abovementioned points were regularized by the private / govt. sectors. The necessities of the largerdemands of the plants but less yield made the man to search for substitutes. But man engagedin this field, left the main path and opted the way to earn the money by adopting according totheir convenient modifications prepared the different pharmaceutical preparations, possessingless efficacious, and injurious for good health. To check the malpractices by the suppliers and 44 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 46. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractsmanufacturing units the standardization of formulation is highly needed. From the foregoing itis clear that the standardization techniques are needed to be evaluated by systematic research.But there are bottlenecks to achieve the goal in this process. Ayurveda is framed under mysteries,ritual rites, astika vada, astrology, astrophysics, Psychology, psychotherapy, yoga & naturewere etc.110. NASA HI SHIRASO DWARAM – A VALIDATIVE CONTEMPLATIONDr. Veena G.D. PG Scholar, Dr. Prashanth G.S., Lecturer, Department of KayachikitsaAyurvedic Medical College, Davangere Nasa hi shiraso dwaram is one of the most reversed statements used while explainingthe mode of action of nasya. It is said that the nasa serves as the route of entry to the shirasand that medicaments instilled through the nose enters the shiras and bring about the expectedresults.111. PREVENTION AND CONTROL OF BLINDNESS - AN AYURVEDIC PERCEPECTIVEDr. Suja. K. Sreedhar, Asst.prof P.G. scholar, Dept. of P.G. Studies in Shalakya Tantra, Govt.Ayurvedic Medical College, Dhanwantari road, Bangalore – 9 National policy says, “One of the basic human rights is the right to see. We have toensure that no citizen goes blind needlessly or being blind does not remain so, if by reasonabledeployment of skill and resources, his sight can be prevented from deteriorating or if alreadylost, can be restored.” Generally blindness implies inability to perceive light, but differentdefinitions of it are in vogue. From the economic standpoint, if a person is unable to performthe work for which eyesight is essential, he is referred as blind. As per W.H.O. “A person havinga visual acquity of less than 360 (snellen) or less its equivalent is defined as blind.” Ayurvedagives emphasis on the importance of preserving and preventing the eye from diseases withapplying anjana regularly, Habitual factors like abyanga, snana and nidra, Dietary factorsdepending upon the doshas and Protection from external factors such as sunlight dust etc. Indiseases like Thimira, Abhisyanda, Kshathasukla, Nakuklandha and degenerations ofdrishtipatala where there is gradual loss of vision leading to andhatwa,the role of netra kriyakalpas such as Aschothana, Seka, Tharpana, Putapaka, Anjana, Bidalaka and Pindi etc alongwith the proper selection of medication – both internal and local is very significant. in thecontrol of blindness.112. MENTAL HEALTH AND YOGA IN AYURVEDABy Dr.Manu.R, Ist year P.G. Scholar, Dr.Hemalatha, Dept. of Kayachikitsa ASHWINI AYURVEDICMEDICAL COLLEGE & P.G.CENTRE Davangere-577566. In this present trend of living style man is running after his desires and makes all effortsto full fill the same by ignoring his own health and he has been constantly involving in hurry,worry and curry. In Ayurveda, Arogya has been given primordial importance for attaining dharma,artha, Kama, and moksha together called as purushachatushtartha. “Mind as a bundle ofthoughts”, Yoga has been defined as Chitta Vruitti Nirodliaha meaning “Controlling the thoughtsof the mind” and there by Yoga as a branch of Ayurveda not only focuses on physical healthbut also over the mental health of an individual for attaining Eshanatraya. Marinating silence makes an opportunity to present your friendD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 45
  • 47. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo113. THE ROLE OF RAKTAVASECHANA IN Vata PREDOMINENCE DISORDERS W.S.R. TO “SIRAVYADHA”Dr. Manoj L. Sonaje, P. G. Scholar, Dr. suresh Negalaguli, Prof. & Dean, Alva’s AyurvedaMedical College, P. G. Study Centre of Shalyatantr Moodbidri As per Ayurvedic classic “Rakta ‘is consider to be ‘Jeeva’ & it spread all over the body.Vata being ‘Vibhu’ takes seat in all the dhatu & angapratyangas. Acharya sushruta emprasisedthe role of Raktavasechana in deep disease, Simillarly Acharya Charaka also advised to gofor Raktamokshana vidhi in disease where Snigdha, Ushna, Sheet, ruksha upakramas areinvain. As per Sushruta Shringa, Aalabu, Jalauka are having local action while siravyadha haslocal as well as systemic effect. Probably with the same reason Siravyadha takes supremeposition in treating Raktadosha (dhatu) alone or whenever it is associated with others. In theenlisted Nanatmaja vat vikaras like Gridhrasi, Bahushosha, Pangutva, Khanja, AvabahukaVishawachi, Vatkantaka (Su. Sha.8) etc. Siravyadha is well indicated.114. HERBAL MEDICINES FOR VETERNARY PRACTICEDr. Vijayalaxmi P B 2nd P.G, Dr. Subrahmanya. P Asst. Professor, Dr. A. P. Haridasan ProfessorDept. of P.G. Studies in Dravyaguna, A.A.M.C. Moodbidri. Man with close association of animals, taken care regarding their health as PasuAyurveda. Pasu Ayurveda have special branches like Aswa Ayurveda Gaja Ayurveda, and GoAyurveda. Pasu Ayurveda also had an equal status in the medicinal science because theanimals are useful to the human beings in various aspects. Deseases like Jwara, Askirogo,Atisara, garbha srava, Vrana, Visharoga’s seen in animals and drugs like Triphala, Guggulu,Haritaki, Lasgena, Haridra etc. are used in treatment. There for herbal medicine which areused in veterinary practice will be collected and analyzed.115. HERBAL MEDICINES FOR VETERNARY PRACTICEDr. Vijayalaxmi P B 2nd year P.G. Scholar, Dr. Subrahmanya. P Asst. Professor, Dr. A. P.Haridasan Professor Dept. of P.G. Studies in Dravyaguna, A.A.M.C. Moodbidri. In pre -historic period man used to wander like animals and live by hunting animals andbirds. Gradually man changed his life style and developed close association with the animals.Hence special care was taken regarding thier health and man developed Pasu Ayurveda.Pasu Ayurveda have special branches like Aswa Ayurveda Gaja Ayurveda, and Go Ayurveda.Pasu Ayurveda also had an equal status in the medicinal science because the animals areuseful to the human beings in various aspects. Deseases like Jwara, Askirogo, Atisara, garbhasrava, Vrana, Visharoga’s seen in animals and drugs like Triphala, Guggulu, Haritaki, Lasgena,Haridra etc. are used in treatment. Many Plants such as Selaginella pallescens, Blepharis,aspenima, Eryngium foetidum are used in the veterinary diseases especially for cows in folkloremedicine.116. IMPLICATION OF VRIKSHAYURVEDA FOR SUSTAINABLE HERBAL HEALTHDr. Shubhashree Vrikshayurveda has great relevance in agriculture, horticulture and life science. Invrikshayurveda both health maintenances of Plants i.e., preventive / promotive care to buildup disease resistance to cultivate healthy plants and cause as well as treatment of diseases 46 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 48. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractsare explained classically. The medicinal plants are in great demand in the present era as theyare the bases of Ayurveda. So Vrikshayurveda has its own importance in this present condition,as it explains in the methods to produce healthy and potent herbs. For maintenance of healthof plants so many techniques are explained in Vrikshayurveda. Flora has always been a vitalpart in the life of all living beings. It is also a part of ecology. Vrikshayurveda provides maintenanceof healthy plants, cure in ailments of the plants and provides better supply of healthy crops andecological pollution free growth of plants by safe manures and pesticides etc.117. RAW DRUGS STANDARDIZATION - ANCIENT VIEWS AND PRESENT NEEDSDr. Sumanth Shenoy H. I year P. G. Scholar, Dr. Subrahmanya R, HOD, Dept. of DrayagunaVijnana Alva’s Ayurveda Medical College, Moodbidri Ancient Ayurveda Acharyas have made various Ganas or Skandhas based on theirmain action, taste or their efficacy in curing a particular disease and highlighted the need ofselection of the drug from the same region to which the patient belongs. They also explainedabout the methods of selection of soil, time of cultivation, drug selection; selection of officinalparts and their processing - as a part of standardization in those days. In present day conditions,factors like - soil, water, atmosphere, pollution etc. play a major role in altering the activeprinciples of a drug. Hence in the present era of globalisation, it seeks some advanced methodsto standardize an Ayurvedic drug, without harming the Devine touch and values of ancientAyurvedic principles.118. CLINICAL APPLICATION OF BHASMADr. Anitha. H, Final Year P.G. Scholar, Dr. M.C. Patil , Dr. Dilip Kumar, Dr. Girish Danappagoudar,Dr. Jagadeesh Mitti , Dept. of Rasashastra, D.G.M.A.M.C, Gadag The usage of minerals and metals in the chikitsa started during the golden era ofRasashastra. The Rasacharyas used them in Bhasma form owing to their therapeutic efficacyand specific pharmaceutical procedure. Modern science labeled most of minerals and metalsas toxic and reject their use in medicine. But the specific procedure such as marana helps inconversion of clinically unusable dravya into usable friendly tool for achieving spectrum ofclinical activities which make them safe in therapeutic dosage.119. COSMETIC IN AYURVEDADr. K.Shiva Rama Prasad, Professor, Dr. Prasann. V. Joshi, First PG, Department of KC (PG),Postgraduate studies and Research center, DGM Ayurvedic Medical College, Gadag. The meaning of cosmetic is serving to preserve or promote appearance. Acharya’shave been conscious enough of maintaining the way of day-to-day life of man in the building upand maintenance of a healthy and beautiful body. Health in Ayurveda stresses the need for thehappy state of atma, indriya and mana apart from disease free condition. Basic concepts inAyurveda look at the natural outer and inner beauty. Skin care is required for preservation,Restoration or best owing of bodily beauty or hide certain flows or to make presentableappearance. Beauty is not a source of joy but also relaxes the mind. Understanding the usageof cosmetics is not only to improve the appearance but also to boost the individual’s confidence.Whether we like to admit it or not, society places a high value on appearance. It is essential toprotect and preserve the skin for a person’s own health and esteem. Three factors makes onebeautiful viz. Natural pleasing body built and facial expression, Quality of one self-keepingyoung and Stopping of ageing.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 47
  • 49. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo120. TOXICOLOGY AND FREE RADICALS SCAVENGING PROPERTY OF TAMRA BHASMADr. Jayashree. S. II Year P.G. Scholar, Dr. M.C. Patil , Dr. Dilip Kumar, Dr. Girish Danappagoudar,Dr. Jagadeesh Mitti , Dept. of Rasashastra, D.G.M.A.M.C, Gadag Free radicals are implicated in various chronic diseases. There has always been asearch for new antioxidants. In this paper we have investigated Tamra bhasma, a metallicAyurvedic preparation. It is a time-tested medicine in Ayurveda and is in clinical use for variousailments specifically the free radical mediated diseases. Our results show that Tamra bhasmainhibits lipid peroxidation (LPO), prevents the rate of aerial oxidation of reduced glutathione(GSH) content and induces the activity of superoxide dismutase (SOD) in rat liver homogenatein the bi-phasic manner. The drug was orally given for 7, 15 and 30 days in different doses.Best protective response was found at the dose of 0.5mg/100g body weight in albino rats,although it showed some histopathological changes at the dose of 20mg/100g body weight.The results suggest that this Ayurvedic preparation is not merely a source of copper metal, butit is a strong anti-oxidant with no detectable adverse effect in lower doses of therapeutic range.121. UTILITY OF SINGLE DRUGS IN KASADr Prakash L. Hegde Lecturer, Dept. of DG, SDM College of Ayurveda, Hassan - 573201. Cough is one of the most common reasons for visits to health care providers. Normalcoughing is important to keep throat and airways clean. However, excessive coughing meanthere is presence of an underlying disease or disorder. Coughs can be drv or productive,which mean that you are bringing up sputum or phlegm whenever you cough. Coughs can beeither acute (typically not lasting more than two weeks) or chronic (lasting longer than twoweeks). Acute coughs usually begin suddenly and are often due to cold, flu or sinusitis. Coughsfrom a lung infection such as bronchitis can start out suddenly then linger on. Common causesof chronic or ongoing coughs include asthma, allergies (allergic rhinitis), COPD (Chronicobstructive pulmonary disease), smoking or exposure to smoke and pollutants. In all thesecases goal of treatment is not only to soothe cough, but to treat its underlying cause. Rightnow there are different Ayurvedic preparations or medicines available to tackle cough of differentorigin. Here the question is, is it not possible to select one single drug which can be used in allconditions, or single drug treatment has any advantage over the compound formulations.Keeping all these in mind a comparative clinical study are done between Tulasi, Pippali andKantakari in different forms.122. THE ROLE OF PARA-SURGICAL PROCEDURES IN SKIN DISEASESSmitha Mohan.P.V. P.G.Scholar, Prof.G.S.Raju, Professor and Guide, Shalya tantra Department,Alva’s Ayurveda Medical College & P.G. Centre, Moodbidri, DK, Karnataka - 574227. Rakthamokshana, Agnikarma and Ksharakarma are the main parasurgical proceduresmentioned in Ayurveda. Sringavacharana, Jaloukavacharana and Alabuavacharana arementioned in Vata, Pitta and Kapha dooshita raktha respectively (Su.Su.12/4). SimilarlyAgnikarma and the instruments used in the are also mentioned in Su. Su.12/4. Ksharakarmais of two types, namely Pratisaraneeya kshara and Paneeya kshara. Among the two,Pratisaraneeya kshara is of utmost importance in skin diseases. When the Samana chikitsahas only insignificant clinical role, the para surgical procedures mentioned already, come in tosignificance. 48 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 50. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts123. SEASONAL CHANGES AND ADOPTING RITUCHARYDr. Shwetal Shivhare, Ist PG’s scholar, Dr. Suresh R.D. I/C HOD& Co-Guide P.G. Department ofKayachikitsa, Ayurvedic Medical College, Davangere. In today’s life man is leading a mechanical way of living with busy schedules totallyignoring his health as well as following dinacharya and ritucharya. This may lead to down theimmunity power and prone the human being to many diseases.Based seasonal changes theritucharya which has been explained in Ayurvedic classics can be adopted in different ways. Inextreme summer season adopting ahara vihara, which are sweet like milk, grape juice, coconutwater and chandan lepa, aromatherapy. In winter season ahara like sugarcane juice, oil, meet,vihara like tailadhara, Abhyanga and svedana. In varsha ritu ruksha and laghugunatmakaahara like old rice, wheat, hot-sour and salty food should be used. Now it is the time to thinkpractically the effect of extreme changes in the season to overcome. So here an attempt will bemade to highlight the ritucharya adaptation according to the current variations in the seasonsvery effecting in modified form.124.ROLE OF RASAYANA AND VAJIKARANA IN THE ERA OF ELECTROMAGNETISMDR. DESHRAJ SINGH, Junior resident –Ilyear, Department of Kayachikitsa (MANAS ROGA)Faculty of Ayurveda, Institute of Medical Sciences BHU (Varanasi) Today’s era is the era of electromagnetism; with the advancement of modern civilizationthe use of electronic gadgets has been irreversibly increased in last few decades. Were theuse of these gadgets have tremendously increased the speed, accuracy, sharpness and facilityin every work, it on the other hand seems to be the important cause of today’s increasingPhysical and mental ailments. Increased use of the gadgets are not only responsible for undueaging & mental disorders like stress, anxiety, depression, bipolar mood disorders but the effectof electromagnetic radiations produced by gadgets have given alarming signs by adverselyeffecting the mans reproductive potency by significantly decreasing the sperm count spermmotility and the morphology of sperm. Rasayana where can produce better quality tissue andreduces aging by increasing tissue perfusion & bioavailability of better quality nutrients. MedhyaRasayanas described in Ayurvedic literature have proven their anxiolytic effect and enhancesthe intelligence, memory, and mental stability and ultimately increases mental adaptability. Thushelping human kind from globally increasing mental illnesses. The logical use of Vajikaranadrugs and diet can increase the reproductive and sexual potency by enhancing erectile functionand producing better quality and quantity of sperm and semen both. Vajikarana dravyas havebeen proved to increase sperm count, sperm motility and morphology of sperm by use ofsukravraddhikara sukrasrutikara and sukrasruti -Vrddhikara yogas.125. KALA – THE BARRIER. UNDERSTADING THE PHYSIOLOGY OF KALA & ITS UTILITYIN CHIKITSA.Dr. Varadacharyulu, H.O.D., Dr. R.V. Shettar. Asst. Prof. Dr. Ashok M.G, Second year P.G.Scholar, P.G. Dept. of Kayachikitsa, D.G.M.A.M.C. Gadag. Kala is the structure, bear, support, demark & separate dhatus from ashayas. Theseallow & prevent things flowing from ashayas to dhatus & vice-a-versa. These are believed toprevent the reentry of malas & doshas from their own ashayas to the dhatus after theirrefinement. These structures are formed out of sneha & supplied with snayu sira & bathed withsneha. Though rasadhara kala is not told, explanation of shleshmadhara kala simulates whenits site is taken in to consideration. Dalhana says purishadhara kala is asthidhara kala & pittadharaD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 49
  • 51. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpokala is majjadhara kala while commenting on vishavega. The functions of kala is believed toseparate physically the dhatus from ashayas, site of dhatwagni, selective permeability of thesehelps in conversion of dhatu sadarmi amsha to respective dhatus, converts vijatiya dravyas tosajatiya dravyas, ahara & aushadha pass through this to reach dhatus to cause dhatu samyatathe indicator of healthy life, this makes further refinement of ahara to separate the dhatumalas, acts as receptor where the receptor based mechanism takes place, active transportmechanism takes place, as ashaya include vatashaya, pittashaya, shleshmashaya &malashayas as well it may be presumed that these structure prevent the reentry of doshas &malas to the ashayas, ahara parinama is better understood if we understand these structures. The shodhana therapy aims at cleansing these kalas to promote proper absorption,assimilation, & conversion. Evidence sited in Su. Ka. 4/40 by Dalhana that purishadhara kalaif taken as asthidhara kala will not be viruddha we can better understand the action of tiktarasa ksheera vasti & ghrita vasti in astivaha srotogata vyadhis. As kala is made of snehas allmost all the diseases are adviced with ghrita preperation as each cell is made of bi layer lipid.Uttama matra sneha as is contraindicated in visharogi is an evidence that sneha increases thepermeability of the kala. Hence sneha based medicines would be a better choice in differentdiseases.126. PANCHAKARMA IN PEDIATRICSDr. Siba Prasad, Dr. Purushottamacharyu, H.O.D. Dr. Santosh N. Belavadi, Lecturer Dept ofPK Bala Chikitsa is the most ignorant part of the Ayurveda. There is a wrong conceptionthat childcare and treatment for disease of children cannot be done in Ayurvedic system ofmedicine. Also some of the people who are belonging to this system believe that Panchakarmatreatment cannot be given to children, as they are very immature and delicate in nature.Kaumarabhritya is the branch that deals with the childcare and treatment of disease of children.In Kasyapa Samhita Acharya Kasyapa and all most all acharyas has given importance to manySodhana therapy in their texts. (Kas.Sam. Si.3rd)127. STUDY ON KITIBHA (PSORIASIS) AND IT’S MANAGEMENT WITH A HERBOTOPICAL APPLICATIONDr. Bharati Jena, Dr. Anita. Sinha, Dr. Saumya. Ranjan Acharya Prof. N.C.Dash, H.O.D.Kayachikitsa, PG DEPARTMENT, GOPABANDHU AYURVEDA MAHAVIDYALAYA, PURI, ORISSA. Kitiba is one of the most common skin disease found in day today practice. Nowadays,prevalence of this disease increased due to irregular and unwholesome dietetic habits. It is achronic skin disease characterized by patches with silver colored scales or plaques. It affectsabout 1- 2 % of the population. Large, circular, dry, erythematous, silvery scales characterizeKitiba, is caused by b-Hemolytic Streptococcus throat infections. This foregoing topic is basedon treatment with a herbotopical application i.e. Chakramarda beeja lepa (Ref-BaisajyaRatnavali). This is a safe and cost effective aspect for Kitiba or Psoriasis patients.128. MANAGEMENT OF SIMPLE FRACTURES IN VEIW OF AYURVEDADr.Ranjan Ku Kasta, Dr.Sanghamitra Samantaray, Dr.Mrutyunjay Panda, Reader & H.O.D.Post Graduation Dept. of Shalya & Shalakya, Gopabanhu Ayu.Mahavidyalaya, Puri, Orissa. Fracture being the common medical emergency requires immediate attainment. Thefactors for the increase in number of patients having fractures are mainly due to rapid 50 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 52. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractsindustrialization and mechanical life style. Among the types of fractures simple type fracturesare prevalent in the clinics. And accordingly management of simple fracture is now mainlyadhered to rigid percepts like reduction immobilization.129.RASAYANA DRUGS: ANTIOXIDANTS W.S.R. ON JARAA PRATISEDHADR. Rakhee Panda, M.D.Scholar, Prof. N.C. Dash, HOD, Dept. of Kayachikitsha, DR. P. K.Nathasharma, HOD, Dept. of DG, GOPABANDHU AYURVEDA MAHAVIDYALAYA, PURI, ORISSA The RASAYANA has two broad spectrums, one is for prevention of decreasing thecelluar age and second one is to improve and increase the resistance against diseases. Bothof these problems are well taken in Ayurvrdic text, since last 40 centuries approximately. Anti-oxidants are endogenous and exogenous substances, which inactivate free radicals. Thesubstances include lipid soluble vitamins E & A, ascorbic acid, sulfhyhydryl-containing compoundse.g. cysteine and glutathione and serum proteins e.g. like ceruloplasmin and transferring.130. TISSUE CULTUREDr.Shivaleela kudari, IInd year PG Scholar, Dr. G.V. Mulagund, Dr. Kuber Sankh, Dr. S.B.Nidagundi, Dept of Dravyaguna, DGMAMC, Gadag Tissue culture is an important area of biotechnology. A German scientist Haberlandtput the idea of cell and tissue culture forth in 1902. It is used in agriculture, horticulture, forestry,plant breeding and improvement. Now widely applying in the physiology, medicine, anatomy,biochemistry, microbiology, pharmacology, genetics and genetic engineering. Tissue culture isa technique in which cells or tissues of organisms are isolated and grown in an artificiallyprepared nutrient medium under aseptic conditions. Government of India since last 2 decadeshas promoted plant tissue culture. Tissue culture technique is very much beneficial for protectingand propagating valuable and rare medicinal plants. It gives the new ideologies of alarming biotechnical era.131.COSMATIC APPROACH IN AYURVEDADr. Vijaykumar. K. C, I” P.G. Scholar, Dr. Suresh. R. D, I/C HOD, Department of Kayachikitsa.Ayurvedic Medical College, Davangere. People wants look more beautiful, younger especially female wants to look fair andyoung. As change in life style, altered food habit, pollution and stress etc. makes skin wrinkle,loss of fairness, complexion, blackish discoloration tinder eye, pigmentation disorders etc. Alongwith this Ayurveda has also enlightened use of medicine therapeutic procedure like rasayana,eka moolika oushadhi, soundarya vardhaka oushadhi which are helpful in providing cosmeticvalue.132. AYURVEDA TODAY FOR MANAGING TOMORROWProf. Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, Department of Kayachikitsa (PG), PGARC, DGM AMC, Gadag,doctorksrprasad@gmail.com, doctorksrprasad@sify.com A long time observational knowledge of ancient Indian scientists contribution expandedwith eight branches of healing nature as Ayurveda. The Ayurveda, treasures of Indian exhibitits supremacy all over the world and presently losing its glaze under lack of student teachercommunication and insufficient no-confidence promoting curriculum. At least if we are notD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 51
  • 53. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExporectifying and regulating the Ayurveda faculty with proper reforms, the future of Ayurvedacontinues in the psuedo-shine and terminate at one day by loosing its glory. The influence of the infection managements and inclination towards “fast relief” dragsones to the contemporary medical branches. This is happening most of the time because ofnot understanding real Ayurveda. Here I put forth few of the subjects which are interfering thescientific attitudes of the Ayurveda. 1) Lack of interest at Ayurveda faculty or thinking Ayurvedaas back door entry to become doctor to practice medicine. 2) Not able to understand theAyurveda because of conflictive, confusing, non-communicative language and unnecessarySanskrit implications along with unworthy English translations. 3) The oriental language andthe authorized scientific language Sanskrit is not taught for the needs of the student as medicalSanskrit 4) The fundamentals of any science lies on the physics and chemistry, these twosubjects in relation to medial as Biophysics and Biochemistry were not taught along with medicalbiology for the Ayurvedic students but unnecessary History is given prime place which couldbe studied with individual subjects as History of Rasashastra etc. 5) The curriculum has to takea specified diversion either Samhita oriented or subject oriented, if not this makes confusion tostudent to stand at cross roads. At this juncture a full-length understanding of Ayurveda isnecessary to shine and propagate with true scientific values. If not tomorrow’s India praise,honor and recognize the foreign studied Ayurveda specialist as Herbalist.133. SHUNTI AND GOKSHURA IN AMAVATA (RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS) –COMPARATIVECLINICAL STUDYVeena. S. Kori, LECTURER, Dr. Kuber Sankh, ASST. PROF P.G. DEPT. Dr. G.V. Mulagund,H.O.D. P.G. DEPT. OF DRAVYAGUNA D.G.M. A. M.C. GADAG The disease Amavata is named after two major factors Ama and Vata, which affectsthe sandhi’s. Madhavakara for the first time mentioned this disease as a separate entity. Amavatacan be correlated with Rheumatoid Arthritis on the basis of symptoms mentioned in the concernedliteratures. Amavata is a chronic progressive systemic inflammatory disorder that primarilytargets the joints of middle age adults. Here comparative clinical trail has been carried out withthe required parameters. Here shunti (Zingiber officinale) and Gokshura’s (Tribulus terristris)are utilized in the form of kwatha to find out their comparative efficacy in the Amavata(Chakradatta 25/9).134. KASHAYA AND UTTARABASTI IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MUTRAGHATA W.S.R TO BENIGNPROSTATIC HYPERPLASIADR. N.H. Kulkarni M, Asst. Professor & HOD, Dept. of Shalya, S.V.P.Rural Ayu.Medical college,hospital & Research center, BADAMI (Karnataka), DR. C.S.Hiremath, Principal & CMO, Prof.Kulwant Singh M.D. Ph.D ( Shalya- Shalakya) BHU Former Dean, IPGT& RA,GAU, JAMNAGAR Mutraghata is a condition in consequence to some kind of Obstructive Uropathy eithermechanical or functional.BPH is also a condition characterized by Obstructive and irritativesymptoms. Prostatectomy is a primary approach to BPH management, accounts 38% of allUrological Surgeries in USA and the second common most Surgery amongst Medicarerecipients. DEVADARVYADI KASHAYA 40 ml BD orally for one month followed by DASHAMULASIDDHA TAILA UTTATABASTI 30-50 ml/day fur 15 days in two settings were administered. Thefollow up study was fixed for three months. Assessment of effect of therapy was done byInternational Prostate Symptom Score sheet prepared by American Urologist Association forsubjective parameters and USG and Uro-flowmetry for Objective parameters. Totally 15 patientswere studied and the results are encouraging enough the doctrines of Ayurveda. 52 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 54. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts135. MENTAL HEALTH AND YOGA IN AYURVEDADr. Om Prakash Lenka, House Staff, Dr. Bipin Bihari Khuntia, Lecturer in Sarira Rachana.G.A.M, Puri (Orissa). Ayurveda is not just a system of medicine. It is a perfect ancient science of life. Ayurvedabriefly explains the knowledge of the dos and don’ts one has to follow, which favours the wellbeing of each individual to lead a healthy, happy, comfortable and advantageous life bothphysically, mentally and socially. As we know healthy mind lives in healthy body. A poor life stylewith undue emotional stress, tension, unhealthy eating habits, physical in activity, consumptionof drugs, drinks leads to onset of many chronic disease i.e. Cardiovascular diseases,Hypertension, Diabetes Mellitus, Obesity and mental disorders. Physical, mental, spiritual, socialwell-being is the necessity to live healthy life. The various elements of yoga-yama, niyama,asana, pranayama, pratyahara, sadhana, dhyana and samadhi are steps designed to bringabout equanimity of mind and equilibrium of the body. The practice of yoga relieves one ofmental stress and enables him/her to address life with ease and calm. So yoga with meditationis the perfect measurement for mental health. Practice of the various asanas has therapeuticpotentials – both curative and preventive.136.AYURVEDIC EDUCATION PROLBEMS & SOLUTIONJyoti Hiremath, Final year BAMS, Dr.Subash Sahu, Lecturer, Dept of Dravyaguna,S.V.M.Ayurvedic Medical College, ILKAL, Bagalkot District, Karnataka State. Education is the media by which we can solve all types of problems & reach to ourultimate goal. Future of a scholar depends upon the pattern of education irrespective of thecourse or discipline. The present status of Ayurveda is not satisfactory. There are some majorproblems in Ayurvedic education like variation in selection procedure, lack of an effective &uniform professional media for conversation, lacking of standard uniform syllabus, lack ofadequate clinical exposure, misconception, lack of modern diagnostic method etc. The challengeof Ayurvedic education & the challenge of Ayurvedic practice are interlinked. So, the solutionof Ayurvedic educational challenge can solve the most of challenge of Ayurvedic practice.Hence, it is highly essential to pay special attention to upgrade all branches of Ayurveda byadopting scientific and practicable teaching methodology. And then only we are capable tounderstand our science in a better way & we can provide our best service to humanity byAyurveda.137. ROLE OF MATRA BASTI ON AMAVATADr.Asish Kumar Das, M.D.Scholar, DR. N.N.Bhatt, P.K.Asst, Dr.H.M.Chandola, Reader, Prof.Dr.S.N.Vyas, H.O.D., Dept. of Kayachikitsa,I.P.G.T.&R.A., G.A.U., Jamnagar Amavata is a chronic autoimmune disease at O.P.D. level by which people are commonlysuffering due to changing diet habits social structures, life style environment, mental stress &strain. Now days, it is a burning problem in our society but proper medicament is not available.Amavata, the term is derived from the words ‘Ama’ & ‘vata’ characterized by various featureslike sandhishoola (pain in the joints) in the nature of Toda, Swelling of Joints movements etc.Matrabasti is a procedure in which medicated il or ghee introduced in to pakawashaya throughthe anus called as matrabasti, is preceded and succeeded b poorva karma and paschat karma. The race for quality has no finish lineD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 53
  • 55. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo138. PREECLAMPSIA – A REVIEWDr. Nayana Ram.M, :P.G. Scholar Dr. L.V.Ratnakar, Professor , Dr.Prabha Sharma H.O.D.Dept. of Prasooti tantra & stree roga. N.K.Jabshetty Ayu. Med.College & PG Centre , BIDAR Preeclampsia a multi system disorder that occurs only in pregnancy affecting everyorgan system in the body presenting with increased blood pressure, proteinuria and edema.The underlying causes of preeclampsia can be divided into five main categories-abnormalplacental developments, predisposing maternal constitutional factors, oxidative stress, immuneadaptations and genetic susceptibility. Preeclamptic patients presents with evidence ofendothelial dysfunction, increased production of vaso-dilatation, HELLP syndrome and cerebralvasospasm. The autonomic nervous system adaptations that facilitate reduced peripheralvascular resistance in normal pregnancy are absent in preeclampsia, and preeclamptic womendemonstrate resting sympathetic hyper activity, which may contribute to excessive vaso-constriction and elevated blood-pressure and kidney changes. The role of shirodhara inreducing the symptamatology of preeclampsia is discussed in this paper. Shirodhara shows adistinct effect on autonomic nervous system, reducing the sympathetic hyper-activity andstimulating the para-sympathetic functions.139. TRIDOSHA SIDHANTA – A PHYSIOLOGICAL PERSPECTIVEDr. Anup B, :P.G. Scholar, Dr. N.G.Mulimani, Professor, Dr.B.N.Murthy, H.O.D. : Dept. ofRachana sharira, N.K. Jabshetty Ayurvedic Medical College & PG Center, BIDAR Swasthya or health is defined as balanced state of doshas, well maintained agni, dhatu’sat their optimacy along with prasannatha of soul, sensory organs and mind. The wordsamadosha actually means well balanced state of tridoshas specifically of prakrita and vaikritavatadi tridoshas. The prakrita tridoshas means saptavidha prakriti’s which forms during thesamyoga of shukra and shonitha, where as vaikrita tridoshas means malaroopi doshas. Inthese two vaikrita tridoshas help to maintain the health and the imbalancement of these willproduce the diseases. This paper provides an insight regarding the physiological aspect ofthese two varieties of tridoshas, which are the main driving force of the body.140. THE ROLE OF VIRECHANA AND AVIPATTIKARA CHURNA ON URDHVAGA AMLAPITTADr. Ch. SRIKRISHNA, Second Year PG, Dr. ASHISH.K.DAS, Final PG, Prof. Dr. S.N.VYAS, H.O.D.,Dept. of KC, Institute of Post Graduate teaching & Research in Ayurveda, G.A.U, Jamnagar. Amlapitta is a common disease at OPD level by which people are commonly sufferingdue to changing their diet habits, social structure, life style, environment and mental stressand strain. Now a day, it is a burning problem in our society but proper medicaments is notavailable. Virechana drug is Triphala, Katuki, Trivrt and Eranda Taila. Avipattikara Churna iscomposed of Trikatu, Triphala, Musta, Vidanga, Ela, Patra Trivrt etc., was tried to see theeffect. Majority of the drugs have Tikta Rasa, Laghu- Ruksha guna and Kapha- pitta haraaction. Please turn off your Mobiles or in to silent mode 54 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 56. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts141. ROLE OF GARLIC (ALLICIN) RATIONALE IN BIO-ELECTROMAGNETIC ANDELEMENTOLOGICAL EXPLANATION OF AEROBIC METHOD OF PARADA SAMANYASHODHANADr.Pallavi Shetty.K, I st Year MD, Dr.LJma.S.Soudi, Dr.M.S.Doddamani, Dr.Madhav.Diggavi,P.G.Dept of Rasashastra, T. G.A.M.C. Bellary. Garlic (alliicin-organosulphur) and Hg reaction is a redox process where there is a reactantundergoing oxidation and one undergoing reduction. Since the two reactions are complementaryto one another and occur simultaneously. The electron changes in oxidant and reductantforms the basis of ion-electron method for balancing ionic equations. There may be moleculesof H+ and OH- ; all may be used in balancing the partial equations. The sulphur and mercuryforming a best covalent bond within garlic and mercury and as a result the triturated productturns black in color though may of mercury salts are turned to white powders or crystals. It is aminiature concept of Kajjali (mercuric sulphide) itself So the drug designers of ancient time have proposed parada samanya Shodhana usinggarlic. Even though we are unable to trace the reason for selecting garlic in samanya shodanaof parada in original text with the advanced phytochemical research and other allied researcheswill encourage the scientific thinking of parade shodana.Of course prospective instrumentalresearch based on this critical literary research will only be confirmative objectively. Amongstvarious parada shodana methods garlic trituration method is also ideal and applicable as garlicis antidote for heavy metal poisoning, contains sulphur and hence an innate codrug for paradabandha, chemically sulphoxide,thiosulphinates, methylcystine, I.-canavanine, ajoene etc aresignificant phyto constituents of organic nature helping inorganic mercury to end in safeabsorbable pharmacacotherapeuticallv effective mercury molecule.142. As2O3 – A PROMISING ANTI CANCER RASA DRAVYA – A REVIEWDr.K.V.Guruprasad, 3rd year M.D, Dept of Rasashastra, Dr.AnjaneyaMurthy Dr.Uma.S.Soudi,Dr.M.S.Doddamani, Dr.Madhav.Diggavi, T.G.A.M.C.Bellary. dr.prasadg@yahoo.co.in. “Poisons in small doses are best medicines.” – et al. William Withering, Thepharmacological actions explained in Rasa classics attribute to the anticancerous activity ofMalla (As2O3) are Rasayana: Increases body resistance and tumor immunity to fight againstcancer cells and accelerating enzymatic activity of GAD (Glutamate Decarboxylase) in theblood by arresting the abnormal tumour cells. Pleeha vruddhi nashaka:Various malignantconditions such as chronic myeloid leukemia, Hodgkin’s and non Hodgkin’s lymphoma etc.Kshara karmakara: Inhibit the growth by killing myeloma cells. Shothahara:Anti inflammatory.Arsenic trioxide belongs to general group of medicines called “Antineoplastics”. As2O3 beinginvestigated as a treatment for Myeloma, Haemologic cancers and various solid tumors. As2O3 inhibit the growth of myeloma cells directly when exposed to the agent in thelaboratory. It Induce “apoptosis” (programmed cell death) of myeloma cells. Enhances killing ofthe myeloma cell by cells of the immune system. It does this by inhibiting the expression ofCD38(a cell marker on the surface of the myeloma cell) and the expression of the correspondingCD38 ligand on immune cells (the ‘key’ that the immune cells used to identify myeloma cell toattack it).It Blocks the ability of myeloma cells to “stick” to bone marrow ‘stromal cells’. It doesthis by inhibiting the production of ‘adhesion molecules’ on the surface of both cell types. Thisin turn, inhibits the secretion of interleukin 6(IL-6), a growth factor for myeloma cells, by thestromal cells. It inhibits the growth of new blood vessels (angiogenesis) by stimulating apoptosisof tumor supporting endothelial cells and inhibiting the production of “vascular endothelialgrowth factor”(VEGF).D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 55
  • 57. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo Oncobiomedical research started dates back. The references of neoplasts (Arbuda)are in Atharvana Veda.Apachi explained in Atharvana Veda can be correlated to multiplelymphadenopathy. There are references in Bruhatrayis related to etiopathogenesis andtreatment. As2O3(Malla) is one such potent drug belongs to Sadharana Rasa and it can also beconsidered under visha varga. As2O3 is researched out for its Antineoplastic activity in APL. AsMalla is rasayana, shothahara,vata(shula,vedana) shamaka, and as . As2O3 is Antineoplastic itis a potent Ayurvedic rasa dravya useful in cancer management in general and APL, Myeloma,Haematologic cancer ,solid tumours in particular.143. SHODHANA - DEFECT CORRECTING PROCESS (POINT DEFECT, STOICHIOMETRICAND NON STOICHIOMETRIC DEFECTS) OF RASADRAVYASDr. Ramacharya Gudi, Final M.D Scholar, Dept. of P.G. Studies in RS, Dr. Jagadish M.S. Dr.Uma Soudi, Dr. M.S. Doddamani, Dr. Madhav Diggavi, Taranath Govt. Ayur.Med.college Bellary. Majority of Raw Rasadravyas contain in born defects due to thermal vibration etc underearth crust. As they remain for longer duration under earth crust, they will have defects likepoint defects, linear defects, plannar defects and volume defects. Again point defects are ofstoichiometric defects, non-stoichiometric defects. Due to these defects Raw Rasadravyasproduce unwanted effects and also less clinical efficacy. These may be corrected by variouspharmaceutical procedures explained in Rasashastra, mainly shodhana. Swedana is one amongthe shodhana procedures, where in diffusion theory acts and the time duration for this procedureis fixed according to Fick’s law of diffusion. This procedure eradicates the defects by diffusingthe atom flux. By diffusing the atom flux swedana procedure corrects vacancies, interstitials(Schottky and Frenkel defects) and non-stoichiometric defects. This can be studied with thehelp of X-ray topography and positrons etc.144.THEORY OF LATTICE ENERGY IN RATIONAL UNDERSTANDING OF KUPIPAKWA RASAYANADr. C.M.JOSHI, dr.chintamani@gmall.com M.D Scholar, P.G. Dept of RS, T.G.A.M..C, Bellary,DR.SHANKAR GOUDA, Dr.UMA.S.SOUDI, Dr.M.S.DODDAMANI, DR.MADHAV DIGGAVI Among four types of Indian pharmaceutical techniques kupipakwa rasayana occupiedmajor seat. Inside the kachukpi the kupipakwa rasa is taking its pharmaco therapeutic shape,the pilupaka vada may be the base for explanation in the view of ancient Indian alchemists asthe heated micro particles of Hg and others will vertically move upward in the kachakupi andfrom the heavy ingredient state a fine product of very light particles is prepared. As theKUPIPAKWA RASAYANA prepared is said to long lasting and potent this may be due to thestability and solubility standard of lattice energy theories. The yogavahi property of KUPIPAKWARASAYANA which is not present in the individual ingredient but attained after kupipakwa maybe due to the molecular arrangement of pharmaceutical substance as per Lattice energy andhence it is a novel drug. The standard scientific explanation for KUPIPAKWA RASAYANA incurrent date for solid crystal form of Kupipakwa kalpanas may be by the principle of Latticeenergy and it can also be applied in kupipakwa rasayana standardization. Kupipakwa is highlvappreciated pharmaceutical method in Rasashastra, and to find the rationality of the preparedkalpanas in the view of advanced inorganic explanations the present paper is an effort made. Knowledge is the antidote of fear 56 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 58. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts145. RASA CHIKITSA IN DENGUE FEVERDr.Sreemukunda. S. Alur, 2nd year M.D, Dr.Jagadeesh. M. S. Dr.Uma.S.Soudi Dr.M.S. DoddamaniDr.Madhav.Diggavi, T.G.A.M.C, Bellary. Dengue is a mosquito borne tropical fever. Infection caused by four distinct subgroupsof Dengue virus types 1,2,3,4, which in recent years has become a major International publichealth concern. Dengue term is a Spanish attempt means “Cramp like seizure caused by anEvil spirit”. Hence it can be said that the presentations of Dengue fever can be termed as“BHOOTABHISHANGAJA RAKTA DHATUGATA VISHAMA SANNIPATA JWARA’ and similar efforthas been made by Madhavanidana parishishta as Dandaka jwara. Samanya and visheshaRasa Chikitsa for Dengue fever is possible. For prevention and prophylaxis in dengue epidemicssudarshanadi yoga can be practiced.146. STANDARDISATION OF “GAJAPUTA”Dr.Mamatha.B, Final year M.D. P.G [)ept of Rasashastra, Dr.Naradamuni.G.B. Dr.Jagadeesh.M.SDr.Uma S Soudi Dr.M.S.Doddamani, Dr.Madhav.Diggavi ‘TG.A.M.C. Bellary, Agni samskara in manufacture of medicines is a traditional saga in ancient Indian medicalpractice. Rasashastra has researched out various drug-manufacturing skills by Subjectingphyto-minealo- metallic, animal aqua marine raw materials to heat, and one such novelpharmaceutical method is ‘PUTA’ which means subjecting the drug to canceled heating andstandardization of the same is explained in the current paper. The Gajaputa pit is to be prepared with R.R.S text by using thermo stable bricks andcement. The moulded Vanopalas are to be arranged as per classical method. Where thevanopala mould size is of 53.95cms incircumference ,5.195cms in central thickness,4.021cmsin peripheral thickness and Gajaputa pit is of 1 Rajahasta (3OAngula) pramana, then the no ofaverage cowdung cakes in Gajaputa are 265 in no. Similarly with the wide above standardizedGajaputa,the average Gajaputa temperature must be 910 0 c. Gajaputa is a traditional methodof heating, useful in rasa pharmaceutics as per R.R.S with vanopala size 53.95cms incircumference, 5.195cms central thickness and 4.021cms in peripheral thickness, 1 RajaHastapramana pit size, 910 0 c average Gajaputa must be practiced .147. ANNAPANA VIDHI (DIET SPECIFICATIONS) DURING ADMINISTRATION OF RASOUSHADHISDr.Naveen Kodlady , 1st year M.D. P.G.Dept of Rasashastra. Dr.Uma.S. Soudi Dr.M.S.DodmaniDr.Madhav Diggavi TaranathaGovt.ayurvedicMedical college, Bellary,Karnataka In the surge of modern food stuffs and food habits are known to be major causes ofailments not only obesity, diabetes etc but also in every major and minor ailments. Uniquenessof Rasa dravyas administration is that it is preparation or formulation specific Annapana, otherthan or along with disease specific Annapanas. Some of examples are described in thepresentations. Thus proper Annapana are essential part of both Swasthavrutta and Aturavrutta.148. DIFFERENCE AND SYNERGY BETWEEN ORGANIC(KASTAUSHADHI) AND INORGANIC(RASAUSHADHI) DRUGSDr. Ajit Narayan. K.S. Final year M.D. Scholar P.G.Dept of Rasshastra Dr. Uma Soudi, Dr.M.S. Doddamani Dr. Madhav Diggavi T.G.A.M.C. Bellary For both kastaushadhis and rasaushadhis different pharmaceutical procedures weretold considering their physicochemical properties; mainly panchavidhakashaya kalpana lehaD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 57
  • 59. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpoetc., for kastaushadhis and bhasma, sindhura parpati etc., for rasaushadhis. Pharmacologi-cally kastaushadhis might be expected to have poor and unpredictable bio-availability due toinvolvement of large polar molecules and are often metabolized in the digestive tract. Being anessential element in the human body, the minerals and metals have high chemical reaction withenzymes and absorbed more rapidly than kastaushadhis.The prime factor of using rasaushadhisis that these are given in less dosage and are very effective, thereby relieving the disease veryquickly. Synergy is an important concept in herbo-mineral pharmacology. In the context ofchemical complexity, it applies if the action of a chemical mixture is greater than the arithmeticalsum of the actions of the mixtures components. Chemical complexity leading to enhancedsolubility or bioavailability of key components; which has been proved in number of pharmaco-logical scientific studies. Phyto medicines consist of many chemical constituents with complexpharmacology. When minerals are logically and classically processed with suchphytoconstituents, augmented phytomineral therapeutic effect is obtained.149. COMPARITIVE CLINICAL STUDY OF RAMABANA RASA AND AMAVATARI RASA ON AMAVATADR.USHA RANI K. M M.D. Final, P.G. Dept. RS, DR.VIDYA BADIGERI Dr. M.S Jagadeesh. Dr.GR.Vastrad Dr.Uma S Soudi Dr.M.S.Doddamani, Dr.Madhav.Diggavi Dr. H. Y. Rathod T.G.A.M.C. Bellary Rheumatoid arthritis is an autoimmune disease in which there is joint inflammation, synovialproliferation and destruction of articular cartilage. Clinical study of Ramabana rasa and Amavatarirasa is done on amavata to know the efficacv. Amavatari rasa-contains parada, gandhaka,triphala, chitraka, guggulu and isgiven bliavana with eranda taila. Statistically comparing thetwo Ramabana rasa is effective in agnimandya associated with amavata in acute conditions ofsandhi shoola, sandhi shotha, jadyatasharecra santapa. Amavatarl rasa is effective in chronicconditions of amavata.150. RASA CHIKITSA IN CHIKUNGUNYA SYNDROMEDR.MALLAMMA.B, FINAL YEAR MD P.G.DEPT OF RASASliASTRA DR.Shankar GoudaDR.M.S.Doddamani DR.Uma Soudi DR.Madhava Diggavi T.G.A.M.C.Bellary Jwarottarakaleena-taruna-prvruddha-jeerna amavata, Aedes Aegypti , Saddle backcurve fever. Chikungunya actually means stopped walk caused by an Arbovirus. The vector forthis disease is the Aedes mosquito (sps egypti) the same vector for the Dengue and yellowfever. No direct reference about chikungunya are available in Ayurveda but according toclinical observations and presentations of chikungunya can be understood based on Ayurvedictheory of Jvara roga. The general and stage specific rasa yogas are to be well documentedand the results can be best observed phyto medicines are also equally effective like amrutadiguggulu, rasna saptaka kwatha,amruta bhallataka leha and samshamana vati etc. Ramabanarasa is useful in all the phases of Chikungunya. Mrutyunjaya rasa and Jvarasudhana rasa iseffective in acute fever phase Haratala and Manahshila yoga for abhishanga, Shodhita Mallafor instant pain management. Vasanta kalpa vardhamana pippli and guduchi are preventive aswell as prophylaxis. Jayamangala rasa for affordable patients in all phases.151. ROLE OF PATHYA AND APATHYA IN DAY-TO-DAY LIFEDr. Manjiri Kulkarni II P.G. Scholar, Dr. S. K. Hiremath. H.O.D, Dr. S.R. Kulkarni. Lecturer, Dept. ofDrayaguna, KLE’S SOCIETY’S B.M.K. AYURVEDA COLLEGE, SHAHAPUR BELGAUM Acharyas have explained this aspect of maintaining health by following the proper AharaVidhi Vidhana and Pathya Apathya. These things we can find in “Annapana Vidhi Adhayaya”. 58 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 60. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo AbstractsAs now a day the trend of fast food includes this Apathya Ahara Dravyas, which play major rolein causation of ill health. In this regard it is necessary to have review on this changed food andlife style and adopt the proper Ahara Vidhana in the aspect of maintaining good health.152. THE “MAMSARASA” A PENANCIAL FORMULATION IN HEALTHY AGEING PROCESSDr. Poornima. B. II P.G. Scholar, Dr. S. K. Hiremath. H.O.D, Dr. S.R. Kulkarni. Lecturer, Dept. ofDrayaguna, KLE’S SHRI B.M.K. AYURVEDA COLLEGE, SHAHAPUR, BELGAUM. Healthy ageing process is considered to be part of adoptive treatment of Rasayanawhere Mamsasthilalata, varna, kantihani in there. As the Rasayana is derived from the meaningas which nourishes and enrichs the Rasa by prinan bhava and increases the potentiality tohave a healthy ageing conditions. The mamsarasa which are explain in the classics are havingthe initiative and distinguished property to enhance the potency by virtue of strengthening thetissues with their metabolic nourishment with proper administration.153. REJUVENATION THERAPY W.R.T ABHRAKA BHASMA AND ITS RELATEDFORMULATION.Dr. Rupa K. IInd year P.G, Dr. R.S Hiremath, Asst. Prof, Dr. P. G Jadar. H.O.D Dept of Rasashastra,K.L.E’S B.M.K Ayurveda College Shahapur Belgaum Rasashastra is that branch of Ayurveda, which comprises of Lohavidya as well asDehavidya. This science deals with various Rasaoushadhis in the form of Bhasmas, whichpossess the power of curing even the dreadful diseases by their minute quantity, rapidabsorption and quicker response. Apart from the power of forceful expulsion of doshas fromthe viguna strotas, cells of the body, some of the bhasmas exhibit the power of regeneration ofthe shoshita or lost cells or paramanu of the body; E.g. Abhraka bhasma, there by exhibiting arasayana or a rejuvenating property.154. ‘SHODHAN’ – THE BASIC METHODOLOGY IN RASASHASTRA.Dr. Savita A. Jadhav. P.G. Scholar, Dr. R.S. Hiremath. Assistant professor. Dr. P.G. Jadar. HOD.Dept. of Rasashtra, KLE’S SOCIETY’S B.M.K. AYURVEDA COLLEGE, SHAHAPUR BELGAUM Rasashastra deals with Drugs namely Herbal, Mineral and Herbo-mineral products astherapeutic agents. Rasashastra is the most important branch in Ayurveda. No Drug could beformulated or used safely without the proper knowledge of pharmaceutic. Every shashtra ishaving it’s own basic concepts. Without the knowledge of basic concepts one cannot understandparticular subject. To get the knowledge of any shastra everyone should have the knowledgeof basic principles or concepts of that particular Shastra. Basic concepts of Rasashastra areDarshanika Siddhantas, Paribhasha Vignanam, Musha Vignanam, Puta Vignanam and YantraVignanam.155. PARPATI KALPANA – A UNIQUE PREPARATION OF RASASHASTRADr. Vyshali H. P. IInd year P.G, Dr. R.S Hiremath Asst. Prof. Dr. Pallavi Dindore, Prof. Dr. P. GJadar. H.O.D Dept of Rasashastra K.L.E’S B.M.K Ayurveda College Shahapur Belgaum Rasaushadhis are derived from metals & minerals shuddha dravya, bhasma, kajjali,parpati, rasasindura, pottali, satwa, dhruti and khalwi preparations are the importantrasaushadhis. Each individual preparation is having wide therapeutic importance & representsD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 59
  • 61. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpoa group of products. Parpati is a unique preparation of rasashastra used in the management ofmandagni and durbala pittavikara. It is usually prepared from kajjali or by adding some otheringredients to kajjali or without using kajjali. Metals minerals and herbs are also used in thepreparation of different Parpatis.156. THE ROLE OF RESEARCH IN THE FIELD OF AYURVEDADr. Harshitha. M. IInd year P.G, Dr. R.S Hiremath Asst. Prof.Dr. P. G Jadar. H.O.D Dept ofRasashastra K.L.E’S B.M.K Ayurveda College Shahapur Belgaum Research is an only way in understanding the principals postulated by aims and scholarsof Ayurveda. In any field of human intervention, mere techniques will be generated only withmere intervention, which are possible with the ability of rethinking rebuilding and modifying.Research infact will be a research only when it is done methodically. Research will be a use fulltool in maintenances of health and irradication of the diseases; understanding of literatures,basic principles of sciences, propagation of knowledge to the society depends on it. It alsohelps to find out the solutions for the acute medical conditions, identification and standardizationof drugs, adopting the mere techniques of treatment and comparing the findings of the oneresearch work with another. Research can be of any nature. It may be a clinical research,fundamental research or drug research. It forms an integral part of Ayurvedic study as most ofthe principles of Ayurveda are based on subjective explanations and at a time it will be difficultto understand them within terms of grades. However it seems that even in Ayurveda certainmethods were being followed as methods of research.157. EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT IN AYURVEDA PAST AND PRESENT IN THE VIEW OFRASASHASTRA.Dr. Prasanna Mathad IInd year P.G, Dr. R.S Hiremath Asst. Prof., Dr. P. G Jadar. H.O.D Dept ofRasashastra, K.L.E’S B.M.K Ayurveda College Shahapur Belgaum Ayurveda the science of life & healing is denying virtue because of lack of emergencymanagement in day-to-day clinical field. Rasashastra, which is included as a system of Ayurvedain having relevant answer for the emergency management. Emergency or Atyayika not refersto the acute condition it can also be consider by which there is fast of symptoms after consumingthe medicine. When we once the different Rasayogas and bhasmas which are mentioned inrasagranthas and the books which were written an the basis of pratical exprinnces (Anubhootyoga /Parampara) gives the idea of emergency management in olden days.158. THE UTILITY OF PRAKRITI SAMA SAMAVAYA SIDDHANTHA IN THE ADMINISTRATIONOF RASA OUSHADHISDr. Shubha H.S, II nd year P.G, Dr. R.S Hiremath, Asst. Prof. Dr. P. G Jadar. H.O.D Dept ofRasashastra K.L.E’S B.M.K Ayurveda College Shahapur Belgaum When we apply the sidhanta in the view Rasa Oushadhis it gives suitable scientificexplanation in present trend. As the siddhanta deals with “Karanagunahi KaryagunanArabhante” It is totally applicable when we think about the Bio-elementology of the body as perAyurveda or biochemistry. Here the siddhanta is compiled to show the geniality ofRasashatrakaras in the supplementation of essential element externally in suitable form of thebody to increase stamina and stability of body. (Dehavada Siddhanta). 60 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 62. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts159. HEAVY METAL ANTAGONISTSDr.Archana.A.Joshi, Final year P.G. (Rasashastra), Shri B.M.K.Ayu. Mahavidyalay, Belgaum. Although they are highly toxic we are using as medicine in our day-to-day practice. Inour science we are processing metals, minerals and mercury in such a way that it becomesable to be absorbed in the human body similar to that of the blood and plasma contentswithout creating any untoward effect. The shodhana and maarana samskara are used to getaway the untoward or toxic effect of that heavy metal. We can consider the shodhana dravyaas antagonists as modern science explains. According to modern science the heavy metalsare Mercury, Lead, etc. The toxic effect of these on the body are seen in GI tract, on kidneys,on CNS, liver etc. To get through from these toxicity Antagonists are mentioned.160. UTILIZATION OF RESEARCHES AND STANDARDIZATION IN THE FIELD OF AYURVEDADr. Pramodini. R. Chougale. Final P.G. RS Dept. K.L.E.S’s Shree B.M.K.Ayu. Mahavidyalaya. Belgaum On reviewing the research activities and standard method in Ayurveda during last fewdecades it is observed that various works have been done, which are broadly categorizedunder main three headings i.e. Literary research, Drug research and Clinical research. Thestandardization of drug and formulations were maintaining mainly in three aspects Viz. Rawdrug standardization, processing standardization and Finished product standardization. So itis necessary to know where we are in the field of researches and standardization, and howmuch they are suitable.161. CHALLENGE IN METALLIC PREPERATION WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO BHASMA-PREPERATIONDr. Ambika A. Shitole, Final P.G. RS Dept. K.L.E.S’s Shree B.M.K.Ayu. Mahavidyalaya. Belgaum Bhasmas have a prominent role in the treatment. Bhasmas are being used since longperiod. These days a number of reports are appearing in renowned journals of medicine,particularly from the west. The question is ‘why dose this happens?’ inspite of the fact that theyhave very good curing ability; the use of Bhasma is suffering a set back. Our ancient textshave laid down minute details about the preparation of bhasma and also the side effects if theyare not prepared methodically. No compromise for any of the steps is allowed in the methodsof preparation particularly in Shodhana and Marana steps. And thus the Bhasma, which isprepared with utmost care, strictly following the steps mentioned in the ancient texts is surelyeffective and nontoxic.162. WOMEN AND CHILD HEALTH IN AYURVEDADr.Shashikala V. Hosamath, Final year P.G. (Rasashastra) ShriB.M.K.Ayu College, Belgaum. Ayurveda a gives the mode of existence for a healthy, happy and peaceful life byphysical and spiritual laws. Prevention of illness in Ayu. commences right at the moment ofconception. Sushruta explains beautifully about the do’s and don’ts for a pregnant woman andalso he mentioned the daily schedule for her. He also placed very importance to the longingsof a pregnant women if the longing are satisfied in time, she is likely to give birth to a childhaving good qualities. On the other hand if the longings are ignored she may give birth to achild of physically or mentally ill. Childhood is said to be “A MORNING THAT SHOWS THEDAY”. On contrary to be a healthy child a women is to be healthy. As the child is totally dependon mother during pre and post natal. Healthy women give a healthy child to a society.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 61
  • 63. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo163. EVALUATION OF DRUGDr. Jaya. H. Malagoudar, I M.D. P.G Scholar, Dr. Sank, Dr. Nidagundi Drug, which is a part and partial of treatment, plays an important role. Inchikitsachatushpada i.e Vaidya, rogi, Dravya and Upasta, Dravya or drug is considered withatmost importance. Before administration of drug, it has to be examined. The examination of adrug has to be done in different angles. Dashavidha pariksha of caraka explain the importancehas been given to dravya pariksha i.e. examination of drug. In Dravyabhuta Chikitsa actuallythe medicines are administered and such dravya/ medicine should be examined for its qualitiesbefore it is administered in the form of Yoga. Mode of collection / harvesting plays least importantrole in examination of the drug. The important point which needs attention over here the type ofdrug to be harvested and the pharmacopical standards, which needs to achieve. Drug evaluation& Collection of drugs according to season is to be concentrated to get the most potent drugs toserve the purpose and treatment of the disease. To provide the availability of the drug throughoutthe year preservation plays an important role. Authentication of drug is need of the hour forstandardization.164. NEW DRUG DEVELOPMENT - PHARMACOLOGICAL SCREENING AND PRECLINICALTOXICITYDr. Manjunath S. Gavimath, Final P. G. Dr. R.S.Hiremath , Asst. Prof. Dr. P. G. Jadar Prof. Dr.(Smt.) P. P. Dindore , Dept of RS, K. L. E’s Shri B. M. K Ayu. Mahavidyalaya, Shahapur, Belgaum The drug among Chikitsa chatuspada is for a successive treatment of diseases.Rasashastra dealing with drug pharmacology holds a valid response of drug developing,formulating, analyzing and marketing with a vision to cure diseases. Today, the world withhazardous incurable diseases, due to many causes, not present in olden days made a man tobecome a lame. To contribute this regard from the field of Rasashastra a newer drug to beformulated and tested prior the clinical study to combat with such diseases, is a FOCUSINGFIELD.165. IMPORTANCE OF BHAISAJYA KALA (BK) IN RELATION TO AGNIDr. Krishna Nayak, Dr. S.G. Kulkarni, Dr. B.N.M Rural Ayu.Med. College & PG Research Centre. Bijapur The utility of kala in therapeutics is reflected in the concept of Bhaisajya kala. It isopined by the exponents of Ayurveda that Bhesaja given at the appropriate kala is moreefficacious than the one at the in appropriate kala. The misnomes that ayurveda medicationshows delayed effect can be commuted by a through knowledge of practice of Bhaisajya kalain clinics. The status of Agni in each kala is used as a key to explain the activity of Bhesaja in aparticular kala. Majority Bhaisajya kala are related to food. In the food the panchmahabhotacould be said to be in a latent phase of activity as compared to the Bhesaja so, it can be saidopined the rate of metabolism of Bhesaja by Agni in regulated by food in the designing ofBhaisajya kala by the ancient physicians. Because Agni & kala both are parinamakar bhavasthey could be symbiotically applied to augment the therapeutic efficacy of the bhesaja. Theconcept of Agni in relation to Bhaisajya kala is elaborated They include type of dravya, Rase,Virya, Vipaka of dravya expected activity of dravya, formulation bhesaja influence of dravyaon Agni all this have been considered with reference to agni with sarira bheda & the types ofindividuals, the metabolizing capacity in the individual. This part of study is focused upon theliterary aspect of kala, BKala, concept of Agni & its relation with Bhaisajya kala. 62 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 64. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts166. PREVALENCE OF TAMAKA SHWASAVd. ShwetaAgarwal, 2nd MD, Prof. S.N.Vyas, H.O.D, K.C. Dept I.P.G.T.& R.A, Jamnagar More than 200 research works on Tamaka Shwasa have carried out in various P.G.Institute & Research Centers. Besides the miraculous achievement of modern medical science,humanity is passing through the harrow of disease and drug phobia, particularly in developingcountries like INDIA, where poverty and illiteracy account for the men’s ignorance towards theprinciple of health care. Due to rapid industrialization and urbanization, Pranavaha Srotasa isbecoming vulnerable more and more. Among the disease of Pranavaha Srotas, prevalence ofTamaka Shwasa is more due to conditions like exposure to Raja, Dhuma, Sheeta etc.167. STANYA & STANA KSHAYA DUE TO AMA – ITS MANAGEMENTDr. C. HARITHA LAKSHMI, P.G.sch, Dr. B.VIJAYA LAKSHMI, READER,Dr.B.SUBBA LAKSHMI,ASST. PROF., PRASUTHI & STREE ROGA, Dr.B.R.K.R.. GOVT. AYU. COLLEGE, HYDERABAD Digestion of each individual varies due to various factors like Vayah (Age) ,Ritu (Season)and Manasika sthiti (Emotional status). Many factors like viruddhahara & vihara etc., interferein between causing ama formation leads to Stanya & Stana kshaya . Agnimandya causingqualitative & quantitative impairment of stanya. Certain foods like deepana and pachana drugswhen put in proper digestion improves stanya which is upadhatu of rasa. When it is anotherway, this improves mamsa & medodhatu Various deepana , pachana dravyas, which plays arole are categorized.168. ROLE OF PRAKRUTHI IN CLINICALSDr. S. Ramalingeswara Rao, Lecturer, PG Dept., of KC, Dr.B.R.K.R. G.Ay.College Hyderabad The latest trend of treatment though have not become popular due to cost factor,technical factor i.e. procedural factor, time factor, and finally necessity factor is treatment onthe basis of genotyping where in an individual Genotype or genetically assessed and basingup on the genetic code drugs are prescribed both quality and quantity wise i.e., the drug andits dosage. How does the prakruti of the body i.e., doshic, manasic i.e., based on Manasikagunas and the dhatu sara where the predominant dhatu is said to be the sara of the personWhen we look to the applied aspect as Ayurveda propounds Swasthasya Swasthya Rakshanahere the physician can advise the patient / persons to avoid those ahara, viharas which willvitiate the particular, prakruthi, satwa and sara for example a person with vata prakruthi can beadvised to avoid ahara & vihara which will vitiate; like avoiding sheetala paaneeya and vihara,ruksha ahara etc. and similarly a thamasika person to avoid depressive moods, depressionmovies; and avoid situation which will influence the psychology as these people are easilysuseptable to depression. For example a person with vata prakruthi; Asthi sara and thamasikaguna will require drugs which are more potent in vata reduction or require higher line of treatmentwhere as with similar signs and symptoms in kapha prakrutha mamsa sara and satwa gunapradhana person will require less potent treat & line of treatment in the 1st case shodhana maygive results and in the second shamana many itself result. Apart from the prakruthi and dhatusara,the manasika prakruthi dominates as in thamasika prakruthi the mere fear of not getting treatedand depression or pessimistic view will hamper the treatment where as a satwika prakruthi withoptimistic; views will synergise the treatment. That is keeping prakruthi; sara and manasikaguna all together and the disease the line of treatment to be planned and the prognosispredicted.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 63
  • 65. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo169. A CLINICAL STUDY ON KAPHAJA UNMADA USING KU RATING SCALE ALONG WITHHAMILTON’S RATING SCALE FOR DEPRESSIONDr. T. Sundara Raja Perumall, PG Scholar, Dr.M.L.Naidu Reader, KC Dept. Dr BRKR Govt Ayu. college Hyderabad. In the present scenario, psychological disorders play an important role in influencinggrowth and development of any country. Modern lifestyle forces people to neglect the harmfulchanges in their mind that gradually affects their body leaving them fit for nothing, turning theminto dependents and burden to others. Ayurveda, the majestic legacy of our rich Indian heritage,extensively described about psychological disorders in general and more so in particular‘Unmada’. Kaphaja Unmada, the third variety produces a wide range of symptoms, which canbe compared to Depressive disorders of modern Psychiatry. It is a leading disease affecting9.5% of world population. It affects the body, moods and thoughts, which finally creates suicidaltendencies in patients, forcing them to do so. Ayurvedic texts promise us to provide effectiveremedies to eradicate Depressive disorders; but lack of Ayurvedic parameters alwayshandicapped our system in the scientific world, especially in psychiatric disorders. KaphajaUnmada, a 11 point rating scale is an attempt to design Ayurvedic parameters for Manasikaroga. This paper deals with the use of Kaphaja Unmada rating scale as a clinical parameter indepressive disorders along with a comparison between KU rating scale and Hamilton’s ratingscale for depression170. AYURVEDIC INDUSTRY AND G.M.PDr. Priya Shirgave, Ist year P.G, Dr. R.S Hiremath, Asst. Prof, Dr. P. G Jadar, H.O.D Dept ofRasashastra, K.L.E’S B.M.K Ayurveda College Shahapur Belgaum G.M.P refers to the good manufacturing practice. In case of Allopathic drugs orformulations. A molecule does not vary hence the quality control is very easy. Where as wecome across vast difference in the herbal as well as mineral medicines. Which are dependingon the place, season and soil where plants are grown and minerals are collected. Afterconsidering all these issues related to Ayurvedic medicines, different G.M.P.s are laid down byWHO, FDA and government of India. Hence it is agreed that implementation of G.M.P. is essentialfor the proper development of traditional system of medicines like Ayurveda. Thus G.M.P.automatically ensures products quality and uniformity using correct material and methods,thus manufactured product becomes ready to combat the worldwide demand.171. GLOBAL NEED OF ADVANCEMENT IN AYURVEDADr. Madhumita Lingshetti Ist year P.G, Dr. R.S Hiremath, Asst. Prof, Dr. P. G Jadar, H.O.D Deptof Rasashastra, K.L.E’S B.M.K Ayurveda College Shahapur Belgaum The aim and object of this Ayurveda science is to prolong the life-span maintainingpositive health as well as to cure the disease. With the changing concepts of health and diseases,there is a need of advancement in Ayurveda also. In other words ayurveda should be globalized.It is the need of the day as it is well known fact of Ayurveda, that it offers good results to thediseases which are so called incurable by the modern science, then why should it be limited toIndia alone. Western medicine is the main stream of world today, these medicine offer potentialeffects in short time but it is also true that produce adverse effects on the bodily system. Thisis the fact that our oldest system of medicine (Ayurveda) is not only a treatment but also acomplete system of medicine. This is reason why whole world is approaching towards Ayurvedaand we, as Ayurvedic people should be strong enough to maintain their faith. 64 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 66. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts172. GLOBALIZATION OF AYURVEDA – CHALLENGES AHEADDr. Poornima B. Undi, Ist year PG, Dr. S.K. Hiremath, HOD Department of Dravyaguna, K.L.E’SB.M.K AYURVEDA COLLEGE SHAHAPUR BELGAUM As world has become global village, Ayurveda has enclosed as an alternate system ofmedicine, but still there is need to fulfill the challenges of globalization. For global acceptanceof Ayurveda it is difficult viz. to standardize in terms of “Active Ingredient” as Ayurveda user thedrug as a whole. Likewise there are many problems in terms of challenges for globalization ofAyurveda, viz the safety of the drug / product, efficacy, claims, reductions V/S holistic approach,standardization, branding. This it is necessary to sort the challenges and to take a firm step tofulfill them.173. GLOBALIZATION OF AYURVEDA?Dr. Surekha L Khot, IIIrd year PG, Dr. S.K. Hiremath, HOD Department of Dravyaguna, K.L.E’SB.M.K AYURVEDA COLLEGE SHAHAPUR BELGAUM Ayurveda which an immense commercial potential science and its three dimensionalholistic approach towards health which is attracting the highly stressed western population.But Ayurveda is passing now through a crucial stage in its history of 5000 years in the lastdecade. There are few conditions, which are necessary to bring in notice for global acceptancein a true sense of its fundamentals. For the Acceptance in the real sense there must bepropagation of Ayurveda propagation is having the organized scheme, which should be takeninto consideration so that the genuinity of holistic science is not questioned.174. AYURVEDIC DRUG AND FORMULATIONS USED IN MALIGNANT TUMORSPALLAVI.S.KUMAR, Final B.A.M.S. Dr. Shripathi Acharya .G H.O.D of Kayachikitsa MIAMS, Manipal Malignant tumors are considered as one of the important cause for raising morbidityand mortality in Indian population. Carcinoma of stomach, carcinoma of colon, Carcinoma ofrectum, Carcinoma prostrate, uterus, bronchogenic ca, ca.of head of pancreas, malignantleukemia, carcinoma breast are some of the conditions that are commonly seen in India. Thiscauses the dability and morbidity of affected person day by day. After diagnosis, patient becomesmentally sick by the awareness of severity of the disease. Anemia, losses of appetite andweight loss are the commonest features in malignant tumors, mental depression, and chronicmental depression also leads to occurrence of malignant tumors. It will affect the social and economic status of the person, considerably, since modernmedicines given in this disease are very expensive, there is a need of alternative, cost effectivetreatment. Hence Ayurveda has a better role in the management of malignant condition, it canafford cost effective remedy for this disease. Certain Ayurvedic drug and formulation are foundeffective in malignant tumors. Vajra bhasma, Vaikrantha bhasma,Shatapushpa bhasma, Bhallataka vati, Chitrakasava,Jayamangala rasa, Swarnamalini vasantha rasa are some of the drugs of formulations whichare affective in malignant conditions. Such drugs are having the action like cytotoxic, CNSstimulant, anti dipressment and adaptogenic, immune modulator and immune suppresive etc.Early diagnosed case of malignant tumors can be curable. Attitude not amplitude determines the altitude – Jasse JacksonD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 65
  • 67. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo175. ROLE OF AYURVEDIC DRUG AND FROMULATIONS USED IN ISCHEMIC HEART DISEASEPALLAVI.G., Final B.A.M.S. Dr. Shripathi Acharya .G H.O.D of Kayachikitsa MIAMS, Manipal Ischemic heart disease has become a commonest health problem in middle and oldage people of India. Symptoms like chest pain, exertional dyspnoea, and inability towardsexercise, breathlessness, sweating, lethargy, and cyanosis are seen in the patients of IHD.Ischemic heart disease is a chronic and debilitating disease, which reduces the physical capacityof a person. Hence the person will be affected both physically and mentally. Continuoustreatment is necessary in diagnosed case of IHD. Certain Ayurvedic drugs and formulationsare used in the treatment of IHD. Guggulu kalpa, Nagabala churna, Arjuna Kshirapaka,etc. aresome of the commonly used formulations which are affective in Ischemic heart disease. Theseformulations are having actions like coronary vasodilator, rasayana, antistress, adaptogenic,and hrudya. etc. Ischemic heart disease patients can be well managed by Ayurvedic Treatment.However, physical rest is a prime necessity during treatment.176. AYURVEDIC DRUGS AND FORMULATIONS USED IN ANAEMIA VIS A VIS PANDU ROGAVijila K.P. Final Year BAMS, Dr. Shripathi Acharya G. HOD – Kayachikitsa, Muniyal Institute ofAyurveda, Medical Sciences, Manipal. Anaemia can be correlated with pandu roga of Ayurveda. Major population in India isaffected by Anaemia. However, young females usually suffer from anaemia because of menstrualblood loss, malnourishment and repeated conception. Vitamin B12, Folic acid, Iron and proteinsare essential for normal haemopoesis. Formulations like, Navayasa Loha, Punarnava Mandura,Mandura Bhasma, Gomutra Haritaki vati, Lohasava, Arogyavardhini Vati, Pravala Panchamrita,Phalatrikadi Kashaya, Drakshavaleha etc are found to be useful in Anaemia. These formulationsshow actions like – hematenic, hemostatic, rasayana, dhatuvardhaka, balya, brahmana,ojovardhaka, hridya, varnaprasadaka etc. Ayurvedic formulations are effective in almost alltypes of Anaemia except conditions associated with Lukemia, Bone marrow failure, Aplasticanaemia etc.177. EDIC DRUGS AND FORMULATIONS USED IN HYPERTENSIONSajna S.A., Final Year BAMS, Dr. Shripathi Acharya G. HOD – Kayachikitsa, Muniyal Instituteof Ayurveda, Medical Sciences, Manipal. Hypertension is still a major health hazard among Indian population. This disease affectsusually middle and old aged people. Physical and mental stress aggravates it being apsychosomatic disorder. It has become one of the major causes for morbidity and mortalityamong Indian population. Diseases like Ischemic Heart disease, Coronary insufficiency,Cerebrovascular accident, Retinopathy, Nephropathy, Left ventricular failure etc are some ofthe complications of this disease. Symptoms like headache, constipation, giddiness, lethargy,lassitude, insomnia etc are associated along with it. Formulations like, Sarpagandha Vati,Saraswatharishtam, Aswagandharishtam, Balarishtam, Nabhi Vati, Medhya Vati, MrityunjayaRasa, Nagabala Choorna, Arjuna Ksheerapaka, Arjuna Twak Choorna, Guggulu Kalpa,Arjunarishta, Aswagandha Choorna, Ksheerabala Taila. Etc…. are commonly used inHypertension by Ayurvedic physicians. These formulations show actions like Srotoshodhana,Hridya, Vatahara, Kaphahara, Nidrajanana, Anxiolytic, Tranquilizing, Sedative, CNS depressant,Rasayana, Adaptogenic, Antistress etc. It is seen as ‘yapya vyadhi’. We have to change the lifestyle of the patient along with the practice of Yoga. 66 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 68. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts178. EDIC DRUGS AND FORMULATIONS USED IN ULCERATIVE COLITIS VIS A VISSHOKAJA ATISARARekha B.S. Final Year BAMS, Dr. Shripathi Acharya G. HOD – KC, Muniyal Institute ofAyurveda, Medical Sciences, Manipal. Ulcerative colitis can be correlated with Shokaja Atisara explained in Ayurveda. It occursusually in young age & is of chronic in nature. Certain food substances like milk products,irritating substance increase the severity of diarrhoea in this disease. It is troublesome andirritative as the frequency as passage of stools is increased in this disease. There will bediscomfort in the abdomen followed by gripping pain with diarrhoea. There will be blood mixed stools, along with severe generalized weakness. Sometimesthere will be significant weight loss. Mental stress & psychological factors are seen in causationof this disease. Usually worries increase the severity of symptom. Formulations of SHOKAJAATISARA have – Deepana, Pachana, Anulomana, Raktastambaka, Stambana, Grahi, Rasayana,Antistress, Appetizing, Carminating, and Digestive etc. Actions. The course of the treatment isprolonged in case of ulcerative colitis. However, tranquilizing drugs are essential in this disorder.179. AYURVEDIC DRUGS AND FORMULATIONS USED IN OSTEOARTHRITISBENAKA KARANTH, FINAL B.A.M.S, Dr. Shripathi Acharya G. HOD – Kayachikitsa, M u n i y a lInstitute of Ayurveda, Medical Sciences, Manipal. Osteoarthritis is a degenerative disorder of joint commonly seen in old age peoples. Itis the common pathway for all the diseases, which damage the articular cartilage. The patientcomplains initially of pain on movement, and over a period the joint becomes stiffer & stiffer,gradually fixing in the position of maximum comfort.The muscles around the joint tend to wasteandweakness sets in, further hampering the patients mobility. Eventually the joint actuallycollapse, the limb shortens and the joint may lose its normal alignment.180. AYURVEDIC DRUGS AND FORMULATIONS USED IN BRONCHIAL ASTHMA VIS A VISTAMAKA SWASAJehosheba S. Thomas, Final Year BAMS, Dr. Shripathi Acharya G. HOD – Kayachikitsa,Muniyal Institute of Ayurveda, Medical Sciences, Manipal. Bronchial asthma is a respiratory disorder, which causes debility and economic sufferingin the affected people. It is seen as both hereditary and acquired condition. It can correlatewith Tamaka Swasa of Ayurveda. Actually primary cause being allergy to the dust, pollens and certain food items andseasonal variations, the disease persists for a chronic period which is added by secondarysuperadded infections. Repeated infections lead to the disease for a bad prognosis. CertainAyurvedic drugs and formulations are found effective in treatment of bronchial asthma; Thesedrugs and formulations have actions like deepana, pachana, srothosodhaka, vikasi, krimighna,kasaghna, swasahara, bronchodilator, rasayana and antibacterial properties. Properly managedbronchial Asthma patients get relief from the symptoms and we can minimize the further damageto the respiratory system by Ayurveda. TEAMWORK Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful committed people can change the world. Indeed, it is the only thing that ever hasD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 67
  • 69. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo181. AYURVEDIC DRUGS AND FORMULATIONS USED IN ALCOHOLIC LIVER DISEASEDhanya. R, Final Year BAMS Dr. Shripathi Acharya G. HOD – Kayachikitsa, Muniyal Institute ofAyurveda, Medical Sciences, Manipal. Alcoholic liver disease leads to social and economical deprivation of a person and thesociety. Raising incidence of alcohol in takes by young and middle-aged people has lead tothe increased incidence of alcoholic liver disease. Symptoms like loss of appetite, yellowishurination, jaundice, ascites, Melina, haematemesis and features of hepato-renal failure areseen in this disease. The persons consume alcohol in increased quantity day by day leadingto irreversible damage to the liver. It affects the social life of the person as well as total family.An early-diagnosed case of Alcoholic liver disease can be permanently cured by Ayurvedicmedication. However, co-operation of the patient and the family members is also essential inthe management of alcoholic liver disease.182. AYURVEDIC DRUGS AND FORMULATIONS USED IN ACID PEPTIC DISORDERSGauthaman. M, Final Year BAMS, Dr. Shripathi Acharya G. HOD – Kayachikitsa, Muniyal Instituteof Ayurveda, Medical Sciences, Manipal. Incidence of Acid Peptic disorders has been commonly seen in people of low socio-economic group and young age. Acid Peptic disorders can be correlated with Amla Pitta &Shula roga of Ayurveda. Altered life style and food habits are the major causes of Acid Pepticdisorders. In Ayurveda, Ushna, tikshna, atilavana, vidahi ahara, akala bhojana, vishama ashana,virudhhashana, varsharithu, anupadesha are said to be the causes of Amla Pitta. The secretionof Acid & Pepsin is seen increased in this disease. The mucosal cell membrane barrier is saidto be weak and incompetent in these patients. However, mental stress and malnourishmentare associated factors in the causation of Acid Peptic disorders. It is known that mental stresscauses altered secretion of acid and pepsin leading to acid peptic disorders. Certain Ayurvedicdrugs and formulations are found effective in this disease. Ayurvedic drugs and formulationsused in Acid Peptic disorders usually have the actions like, soothing, ulcer protective, mildsedative, anti cholenergic, pittahara, Rasayana, anti stress qualities.183. ROLE OF AYURVEDIC DRUGS AND FORMULATIONS IN THE TREATMENT OFDIABETES MELLITUS (DM) VIS A VIS MADHUMEHAArya S.Varma, Final Year Student & Dr. Shripathi Acharya G. HOD – Kayachikitsa, MuniyalInstitute of Ayurveda, Medical Sciences, Manipal. DM is still a burning health hazard commonest metabolic and endocrine disorder inIndian population. It is correlated with Madhumeha. DM is seen especially in middle and oldage people and persons with mental stress and over nourishment. It is a disease characterizedby hyperglycemia and symptoms like polyphagia, polydypsia, and polyurea. A lot of complicationarises in patients of DM. If a patient of diabetes is not treated properly consequences likediabetic nephropathy, retinopathy, ischemic heart disease, atherosclerosis, hypertension,cerebro-vascular accident, chronic non-healing ulcer, skin diseases can occur. Certain drugsand formulations are seen effective in treatment of diabetes. Formulations likeChandraprabhavati, Vasanthakusumakara rasa, Kathak khadiradi kashaya, Jambvasava,Jambubeeja twak churna, Saptarangi kvatha, Asanadi kvatha, Guduchi kvatha etc are someof the drugs and formulations used in this disease. These drugs having actions likehypoglycemic, immuno modulator, anti- stress, pramehaghna, medohara etc. 68 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 70. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts184. AYURVEDIC DRUGS AND FORMULATIONS USED IN CIRRHOSIS OF LIVER VIS A VISKUMBHAKAMALAAnju. S, Final Year Student & Dr. Shripathi Acharya G. HOD – Kayachikitsa, Muniyal Instituteof Ayurveda, Medical Sciences, Manipal. Cirrhosis of liver is a disease pertaining to liver, which is characterized by damage toliver followed by abnormal degeneration and fibrosis. In India as chronic alcoholism is commonlyseen as a cause of cirrhosis of liver. It can be correlated with kumbhakamala explained inAyurvedic classical texts. Liver cirrhosis is a chronic disorder usually presenting the symptomslike loss of appetite, ascitis, features of portal hypertension, hematemesis, Malena, lassitude,weight loss, pedal odema; It can be diagnosed by thorough history laboratory investigations,and clinical examination. USG of liver is a confirmatory tool for diagnosis. Certain Ayurvedicdrugs and formulations are effective in early-diagnosed cases of cirrhosis of liver. Example -Kumaryasava, Pippali ksheerapaka, Arogyavardhini rasa, Kharjuradya mantha, Guduji kashayaetc. These formulations are having hepato protective, rasayana, deepana, pachana andKrimighna qualities.185. PRANAAYTANAS: AN ANATOMICAL EXPLANATIONDr. J. Manohar, Asstt. Professor, N. I. A., Jaipur In all the Granthas of the Bruhat-tri, Pranaayatanas are discussed with same interestand concern!! These are told as the places of Prana, energy of life. According to the shastrasthese places play an important role in the vitality of the body and these should be kept properlyand maintained for a healthy life. But these are little bit different in the view of all. Shushrutatold that there are 12 places in the body where Prana is situated, but Charaka and Vagbhataare of a different opinion about this concept. Charaka has discussed this topic at two differentplaces in his Samhita, once in Sutra Sthana and later on in the Sharir Sthana, and there is alittle bit difference in the organs, while count is similar. This all will be discussed in detail, alongwith the importance of these organs as vital organs, from Anatomical view, so that we can clearour concepts about these Pranaayatanas and their utility can be understood in the field ofmedicine. Today problems with these few organs are on higher side, for example, heart (on ofthe Pranaaytanas) is creating a lot of problems for whole the medical field. A proper study ofthese organs can give a new direction to the field of Ayurveda and can contribute in theservice of humanity!!!186. MULTI CENTRIC STUDY OF SUDDHA GUGGULU IN STOOLA SANDHI SHOOLA(GROSS JOINT PAIN CONDITIONS)Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, Professor, Dr. Sulochana. B, Final PG scholar, Department ofKayachikitsa (PG), PG Studies and Research Center, DGM Ayurvedic Medical College, Gadag Pain is the most common presenting complaint of clinical medicine. A pain, which iscausing in the gross joint along with stiffness, is unbearable. Many pain managements eventhough told in the Ayurvedic medicinal system; a good olden resin of Ayurvedic medicinaltreasure, Guggulu has its own place in the clinical medicine and also pharmaceuticalappreciations.Sandhi shoola is an important clinical manifestation seen in many diseases thatafflicts the Sandhi. The diseases of Sandhi are becoming more and more common in thesedays due to the prevalent habits and life style in the present era. Amavata, Sandhigata vata,Krostukshiras, Vatarakta etc. are presenting most troublesome complaint affects the locomotorsystem in the most productive period of life i.e 30-60 yrs, i.e. Sandhishoola, hence managementD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 69
  • 71. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpoof pain becomes first priority of the physician. The foremost herb that comes in the mind of aphysician for the management of joint disorders is Guggulu. Guggulu by name itself means toregulate various vata disorders with pain conditions with its pharmacological properties ofMadhura, Tikta rasa. A multi centric study of Suddha Guggulu in gross joints pain conditions vizAmavata, Sandhigata vata, Krostukshiras, Vatarakta etc. are dealt with a Mc Gill’s PainQuestionnaire and Universal pain assessment tool for assessing analgesic and anti-inflammatoryactions of Ayurvedically purified and fortified Guggulu (Commiphora mukul) is assessed.187. ANTIBACTERIAL EFFECT OF PIPPALI (PIPER LONGUM) ON MYCOBACTERIUMTUBERCULOSISMs. Chandan Singh, Research Scholar, Prof. N.P. Rai, Head, Dept. of KC, M.S, B.H.U.,Varanasi Tuberculosis is a major health problem throughout the world. Emergence of moderndrug resistance and co-infection with HIV has been posing a great challenge for modern medicalscience. The need is being felt for some drugs, which may act synergistically with ATT and alsoboost up the immune system. The Indian plant Piper longum has been reported to haveantimycobacterial property. Dried fruits of pippali are commonly used in bulk quantity in Ayurvedic& Unani medicinal systems as a single or compound formulation. Recent work on the fruit of P.longum has shown the presence of the alkaloid piperine (4-5%) & pipalartine (m.p. 124-250).Krishnamoorthy, 1969 identified two liquid alkaloids in the fruits, one of which designated asalkaloid A & this alkaloid showed invitro antitubercular activity against Mycobacteriumtuberculosis. H-37Rv strain. The same result was also confirmed by Kurup et.al, 1979. AlkaloidA inhibits the growth of bacillus in 20-µg/ml concentrations. Sesamine (C20 H18 O6 m.p.1220)dihydrostigmasterol & a new sterol piplasterol are also present (Atal & Ojha Econ. Bot., 1965,Atal et.al. Indian J.Chem.1966, Indian J. Pharm., 1966 information from ICMR, New Delhi).188. A PHARMACEUTICAL STUDY ON HINGULOTHA PARADADr.E.R.R.Lenin, 1st MD Scholar, Dr.Harsha N.M. Lecturer, Dept. of PG studies in RasaShastra, J.S.S.Ayurveda Medical College, Mysore 15. Parada is the main ingredient in most of Rasa yogas. Administration of Parada hasbeen related with some unavoidable toxicity in human beings, which includes emotional, mentaland nervous problems and also different symptoms like fatigue etc. That is why there is a needfor purification of Parada. Among the different methods that render Parada useable, extractingit from Hingula is thought to be the most feasible one. Hingula was subjected for Shodhana withNimbu swarasa. Sixteen different methods of extracting Parada from Hingula were carried outand analysed. The sixteen different methods were scrutinized under different traits likeinvolvement of time, men, material and money. The Patala Yantra method seemed to be themethod of choice with least labour, cost and maximum yield. Bhavana before Satvapatanaplays its role in increasing the yield. The Patala Yantra process with a yield of 68.42% could beadviced for extraction of Parada.189. A PHARMACEUTICAL STUDY ON CHANDAMARUTAM CHENDURAMDr. Harsha N. M, LECT. Dept. of PG studies in Rasa Shastra, J.S.S.Ayu. Med. College, MysoreDr. P.H.C.Murthy, ASST. PROF. Dept of PG studies RS, N.R.S.Govt. Ayu.Med college Vijayawada. Vata vyadhis occupy a major area in the domain of diseases.Continuous research hasbeen going on in Ayurveda to find better solutions to these diseases. Rasoushadhis play amajor role in the treatment of such diseases. A preparation Chandamarutam Chenduram has 70 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 72. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractsbeen told in Siddha Vaidya Tirattu of Siddha system of medicine,which is attributed with wonderfulactions against vata vyadhis and kushta. This yoga was introduced to ayurvedic fraternitydecades ago thanks to the efforts of Dr.M.G.Ramanan of Jamnagar in treating Psoriasis usingthis preparation. The ingredients are collected from authentic sources. Shodhana of raw materials iscarried out as per the texts. The yoga Chandamarutam Chenduram is prepared in the prescribedmanner and analysed. The involvement of time, men, material and money is accounted for.The instructions for the use of breast milk for purification of ingredients and for Bhavanamakes the work complicated along with the difficult availability of raw materials. However, usageof substitute drugs makes the work simpler. Chandamarutam Chenduram happens to be apopular and handy preparation among Siddha practitioners. Considering its efficacy in treatingMahagadas and its fairly easy preparation,it could be used in practice by Ayurveda practitionersafter due clinical trials are made.190. CONCEPT OF AGNIDr. Shreevidya. M, I PG , Dr. T.N. Nagaraja, Prof & HOD, JSS AMC, Department of PostGraduate studies in Rasashastra, Mysore Agni being one of the Mahabhoota, present in our body in the form of Pitta, responsiblefor digestion of food and assimilation of Dhatus. In its normal state maintains the health andabnormal state results in diseases. Improper Agni leads to Ama and then disease. Its correctionis called as Kayachikitsa. All metabolic and enzymatic functions in our body can be comparedto functions to Agni. External bhootas are converted in to body constituents with the help ofAgni only. Long term fasting leads to Kshaya. All pathologies are due to improper Agni. Agni isone of the factors responsible for health / diseases are to its conditions. Chikitsa of it, isotherwise considered as Kayachikitsa.191. CONCEPT OF OJUS: THE ESSENCE OF SAPTA DHATUSDr. Sangeta Rao, I.P.G.,Dr. T.N. Nagaraja, Prof & HOD, JSS AMC, Mysore Ojus is the essence of Sapta Dhatus. One among the Pranayatana in the body. Life isimpossible without ojus. Factors promoting ojas are nutritive diet, proper mode of life activities,Rasayana and vajeekara Chikitsa. Ojus is responsible for resistance to decay and degenerationof the body and immunity against disease. Factors like diet rich in proteins, vitamins andminerals, mental peace, proper exercise are necessary for ojo vruddhi.192. KUPI PAKWA RASAYANASDr Rajeeva G.B, IInd P.G. Scholar, Dr. T.N. Nagaraja, Prof & HOD, Department of Rasashastra, JSS AMC, Mysore In the field of therapeutics there exists four different schools of treatment among four,treatment by Rasa (Mercury) and other metals is considered as the best one. The importantmercury compounds are - Khalviya group of compounds, Parpati group of compounds, Pottaligroup of compounds and Kupi Pakwa group of compounds. Sri Yashodhara during 13th centurymentioned about Rasa Sindura Kalpana in his text Rasa Prakasha Sudhakara, for the firsttime. Afterwards many texts have mentioned about Sindura Kalpanas by different names. Latersuch preparations go the name Kupi Pakwa Rasayanas. Diversified opinions can be tracedregarding kupi pakwa preparations, in the classics. According to the authors of R.P.S. and B.Pthese preparations can be called as bhasmas.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 71
  • 73. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo193. INTRODUCTION NAVARATHNAS AND THEIR RELATION TO NAVAGRAHASDr. MAHESH.D, 1ST P.G , Dr. T.N. Nagaraja, Prof & HOD, Dept. of RS, JSS AMC, Mysore The drugs included in this group are usually stony in nature. But some drugs likemukta and pravala are drugs of animal origin obtained from the sea, these are included in thisgroup because of their high cost, shining appearance and some other qualities, which thegems or the precious stones possess. Though most of them are stony in nature still a fewdrugs are of animal origin. The gemstones like manikya, pushparaga, pravala, tarkshya, vajra,nelamani, gomeda, viduraka if weared as rings according to their relation with the graha (planet)then the respective graha is said to become pleased.194. THE CONCEPT AND UTILITY OF PARIBHASADr. R.Gokulnath, II P.G. Scholar, Dr. T.N. Nagaraja, Prof & HOD, Department of Rasa shastra,JSS AMC, Mysore Searching out the hidden secrecies and knowing the scientific terms achieve the gloryof any subject. Paribhasa, is the prime instrument for analysing these facts. That whichenlightens the hidden meaning, clarifies the doubts and elaborates the terminologies of theshastra is called as Paribhasha. On the words of Acharya Vagbhata, who says that the Rasavaidya should wear the necklace of precious paribhasa collected from the ocean of Rasashastra,to attain the respect and superiority among the vaidyas. As the moon looks lusterless withoutthe moon rays, so also the physician without the knowledge of paribhasa is fameless. Properknowledge of any subject is acquired by having the clear understanding of the TechnicalTerminologies of that particular subject. The vaidya, before practising has to be welversed inthe Paribhasha, so he gets the full knowledge of shastra without difficulty.195. STANDARDISATION OF LOHA BHASMADr. Rajendra Prasad M. L., III PG Scholar,Dr. T. N. Nagaraja, Prof. & HOD, Department of PostGraduate Studies in Rasashastra Man made iron may date back to 3000 B.C. Archeological evidences agree that ironwas smelted from its ores, around 3000-2000 B.C. in Egypt, Afghanistan, Mesopotamia andlater in Crete and Cyprus. In India evidences show that by 1200 B.C., Indians knew this art. InVedic literature probably ‘Syama’ was being used to indicate the iron. Charaka and Susrhutamention ‘Ayaskrti’ an iron formulation in pandu. Iron is not toxic metal and absorbed in smallIntestine. Rasashastra scholars extensively used later iron after 8th c. A.D. Kanthaloha is availableonly in Literature. By knowing the Loha content sample was selected. Lohabhasma is not inflake (layar) form but it is fine powder. As much as fine powder that much of absorption will bethere. Lohabhasma prepared with the media of Hingula and Kumari is best. Samanya shodhanamust be done and not just vishesha shodhana as it not only gets purified but also by repeatednirvapa, the Loha will become more brittle and turns to powder form which will facilitate futherprocess. Trividha paka process for Loha bhasma not only enhances the guna of it but alsothere will be reduciton in partical size. This above all, to thine own self is True - Shakespeare 72 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 74. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts196. “ANIDRA” AND ITS MANAGEMNET THROUGH PANCHKARMADr. Sudharani S.J. I- Year P.G. Scholar, Dr. S. Suresh Babu, Dean & H.O.D., N.K. JabshettyAyurvedic Medical College,Department of Panchkarma, NKJ, AMC & PGC, BIDAR. In the modern competitive era the life style of human beings has changed to suchextent that he is moving towards an artificial world and away from nature which is tending himtowards major psychosomatically health problems like insomnia, anxiety neurosis etc., whichbecomes the day to days burning problems and need the special nature care. The Ayurveda,which aims in maintaining the health and curing the disorders, has mentioned different tools ofmanagement in regarding to Anidra, by adopting these specific De-toxification therapies ofPanchakarma and its Upakarmas.197. A STUDY ON THE CONCEPT OF SHODHANA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ARTAVAKSHAYA vis-à-vis PCOSDR. SHRIDHARA B.S, HOD, PG studies in Panchakarma.GAMC B’lore., DR. M. RAMESH, HOD,Prasothi tantra, DR. PREMA KUMARI M.S, scholar, GAMC B’lore Now a day, increasing number of patients with various forms of menstrual irregularitiesis seen attending the outpatient facility. Amongst this, patients with ARTAVA-KSHAYAconsequent to polycystic ovarian syndrome comprise the major part. PCOS, a heterogeneousdisorder may present, at one end of the spectrum, with the single finding of polycystic ovarianmorphology as detected by pelvic USG. At the other end of the spectrum symptoms such asobesity, hyper-androgenism, menstrual cycle disturbance [usually oligomenorrhea] and infertilitymay occur either singly or in combination. Artava Kshaya should be treated by the use ofshodhana measures; agneya dravyas are to use for internal administration. Dalhana saysShodhana karma should be carried out by Vamana (emesis) and not by virechana(purgation).Virechana causes depletion of pitta, which may lead to further artava-kshaya. Vamana, on theother hand, removes excess Soumya Dhatu thereby increasing the Agneyatwa in the body.This inturn resolves the problem of Artava kshaya.[Artavam agneyam]. This hopeful line oftreatment may avoid the necessity of the more taxing hormonal and surgical interventions.198. SARVA CHIKITSAMAPI BASTIMEKEDr. Adarsh. E.K, Dr. Nataraj.C, Ganesh. Dr. Uday, B, P.G. Scholars, Dr. G. Purushothamacharulu,H.O.D,Asst. Prof., Dr. Shivaramudu, Lecturer Dr. S.N. Belavadi, P.G. Dept. of PK, D.G.M.A.M.C., Gadag. As sun stays far away from the earth, evaporates all the water with the powerful sunrays,in the same way vasti though retains in pakwashaya, dwells the doshas from all over the bodyi.e. head to toe, which in turn helps to cure the diseases. Vata is the prime dosha, which isresponsible for every activities of the body. Vata is not only mobile but also capable of keepingpitta, kapha, dhatus and malas, which are lame (being incapable of independent volition oftheir own) in motion like the wind propels clouds from place to place. Hence Vata is the dosharesponsible for production of any disease, if we regulate Vata everything will be balanced.Vasti is the ultimate treatment of choice to regulate Vata. Acharyas clearly mentioned as ‘“Sarvachikitsamapi bastimeke”. Keep your head and heart in the right direction & you will never have to worry about your feetD.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 73
  • 75. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo199. VAJIKARANA A SEXUAL CAPACITY PROMOTERDr.V.M.Kataraki. PG Scholar, Dept.of Dravyaguna, D.G.M.A.M.C. & R.C. GADAG Vajikarana promotes the Sexual capacity and preformed on the other hand it alsoimproves the physical and psychological health of healthy person. Many such as Ahara, Viharaetc, achieve Vajikarna. Vaji may consider for sexual vigor and Vrushya for procreation.Vajekarana is a therapy while the Vrsya is the property (karma) of the drug or substance,which performs. The seventh kala is called sukradharakala. This kala is said to be spread allover the body and it is described that just as ghee is present in the whole milk and jagery ispresent in the whole of the sugar cane juice, sukra is all - pervasive in the body. It is expressedduring the sexual stimulation, collects two anguals below and to the right of the bladder and itis ejected out through the urinary out let. Loss of libido, Erectile dysfunction or Prematureejaculation is not a disease but is rather a symptom or side – effect of various other physicalconditions of chronic illness like prostate cancer (34%),haemodialysis (82%), diabetes(52%),atherosclerotic diseases(40%), Chronic renal failure(45%), multiple sclerosis(71%),Urologicalconditions(44%), Hepatic failure (25 – 70%), and chronic obstructive pulmonarydisease(30%),and other factors like side effects of medication, too much alcohol consumption,smoking, tobacco chewing, advancing age and trauma. Depression stress performance anxiety200. ESTIMATION OF HISTAMINE LEVELS IN ASSESSING EFFICACY OF VAMANA KARMADr. Shailej Gupta, !st MD, Dept of PK, DGM Ay M C, Gadag Ayurveda is the science, which is systemically categorized into eight branches. In theseAshtanga Ayurveda Kayachikitsa is most important which deals with kayagni, its disorders andtheir management. Management of diseases is categorized into two types viz. Shodhana andShamana. In shodhana vitiated doshas are completely eliminated from the body where asdoshas are only specified in shamana. In shodhana vamana karma is major procedure ofPanchakarma therapy Vamana means two expel out the vitiated doashas through oral routeexpelled material may consists of apakwa Kapha and Pitta (Toxins like increased histamine,bile juice) Vamana needs mild inflammation to get desirable action. Mild inflation during Vamanaproduced the secretion of histamine. Histamine plays a major role in producing Vamana vega.Increased histamine can be considered as vitiated Kapha. On the basis of Ayurveda andmodern science literature the correlation is made as follows. Histamine KaphaSynthesis From dietary histadine by Amashya during madhurapaka microflora in GI TractSeat Stomach AmashyaPathology Urticaria, Bronchial Asthama Udarda, Shotha, Tamaka shwasaTreatment Antihistamine VamanaEffect Transient Permanent201. AGNI-A VIEWParitosh Bhatt, 2nd Profession, Sri Jayendra Sarswathi Ayurveda College, Chennai The word Agni itself has vast meaning; it is god, sacrificial fire, one of the component ofpancha maha bhuta, digestive fire, bhutagni, dhatvagni. Lord Krishna in his Geeta describeshimself as jatharagni (vaishvanar). The first word of Rigved is Agni. Apart from this there are 74 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 76. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstractscertain other classification of Agni viz., Pranagni, Manasikagni, Gyanagni, Brahmagni, chidagnietc. Purusha himself is Agni (purushmeva agnhi). Agni is the platform for the manifestation ofmurtatavam and further for the establishment of prana. So it can be called as Prakruti, yoni orgarbha. In pancha maha bhuta, aakash and vayu are amurtha while prithavi and jala aremurtha, agni lies in middle neither murtha nor amurtha. The sita and snigdha nature thatconstitutes the body is sustained and maintained by agni. The ushnatwam of Agni is to bemaintained in its site and here the job is done by pittadharakala through its unctuous nature.The structure that maintains Agni is pittadharakala grossly and as a whole as grahani.202. DIAGNOSIS THROUGH NADI VIGNYANA IN PRESENT ERADr. Sanjeev kumar, Dr. Neeraj kumar, Dr. R.V. Shatter, Dept. Kayachikitsa D.G.M.A.M.C. Gadag Now-a-days Diagnostic features are becoming more important in the field of treatment.Many computerized technological instruments are invented for the better purpose of diagnosis.Both doctor and patient are getting dependant on this. Ayurveda is a subjective and objectivescience. Pulse is a subtle manifestation of universal consciousness pulsating through a person’sconstitution. There is a continuous flow of communication between cells, and this flow ofcommunication is intelligence. Pulse can reveal cellular intelligence through person’s constitution. Ayurveda is a practical, clinical, medical science. It has its unique methodology of eightclinical limbs- examination of pulse, urine etc. The most important of these limbs is the pulse,the foremost clinical art that Ayurveda has used through the ages. Pulse open up the doors ofperception to hidden secretes of life & denotes Dosha and express prognosis of the disease.203. BHAVANA IN RASASHASTRADr. MOHAN KUMAR B.N, * II M.D Scholar, Dr. T. N. NAGARAJA, Professor and Head, Departmentof PG Studies in Rasashastra, JSS Ayurveda Medical College, SS Nagar, Mysore - 15 Bhavana is one of the Sanskaras as mentioned by Charaka, which is used widely inRasashastra to enhance the efficacy of formulations. The word Bhavana literally means ‘causingto be’, ‘effecting’, ‘promoting’ or, ‘the act of producing’ according to Shabda Kalpa Druma.Bhavana is the process in which dravya is immersed in drava i.e., Swarasa, Kwatha, Kshira,etc. and triturate the same till it becomes dry. According to Charaka, it is just the soaking ofdravya in drava till it is dried. In the process of Bhavana, Mardana is a part and that is why,sometimes in classics these two terms are used for one another liberally. Bhavana helps inreducing the toxins, chemical and physical impurities, reducing the particle size, preparing thedrug for Marana and Satwapatana and enhancing the efficacy of the drug.204. INTER RELATION BETWEEN RASAVAHA & ASTHIVAHA SROTAS A CONCEPTUAL STUDYDr. Sangeeta.H.T. P.G.Scholar, Dr. B.S.Sridhar, Prof. and H.O.D., Department of P.G. studies inPancha karma, Govt. Ayurveda Medical College, Bangalore. The Srotas is the unique concept mentioned in Ayurveda. The human body is made upof network of innumerable Srotas. These are microscopic as well as macroscopic. The majorphysiological action of our body is depending on Srotas. These are the channels, which transportDosha, Dhatu, Mala and some special factors like Prana, Anna and Udaka. Formation, conversionand nourishment of different body tissues is done by Srotas. There is definite inter relationshipbetween each of these Srotas, like Palitya is a condition which is seen in Rasavaha as well asin Asthivaha Sroto vikara. Here, in this paper I have tried to analyse the inter relationshipbetween these two Srotos. The details are discussed in full text.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 75
  • 77. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo205. A BRIEF ACCOUNT OF KWATHA YOGAS OF KERALADr. SREELA.R. II MD SCHOLAR, DR. T.N.NAGARAJA, Prof. & H.O.D. Dept of P.G.Studies inRasasastra, J.S.S.Ayurvedic Medical College, Mysore Ayurveda is practicing in Kerala from very ancient times. The development of tourismin Kerala is much related with Ayurveda Now only 8 of them exist who was honored by thename Ashtavaidyas. The rich vegetation of Kerala helped in the development of Ayurveda tosome extent. As Kwathas are aqueous extracts for dravyas it is easily absorbed in the G.I.Tract,which accounts for the quick action of Kwathas. A text like Sahasra Yoga, Chikitsa Manjeri etc.,gives many Kwatha Yogas, which in turn found effective by ancient traditional physicians. Inlarge-scale production of Kwatha Choorna, Electrical Disintegrators are used. Use of it is notmuch reduction is needed as the classical preparation with almost same efficacy. Swarasa andKalka Kwathas are easy for digestion. The coarse powder may loose its potency after crossinga rainy season, because of moisture, thus recommended to use fresh.206. EFFECT OF KSHEERABALA TAILA ANUVASANA BASTHI IN SANDHIGATA VATA WSR TO OADr. Pradeep L.Grampurohit, Lect. RG AMC Ron Sandhi gata vata is a disorder dominated by pain affecting the sandhi in modern parlancemajor problem in elders is obviously a disease in which degenerative process is evident. OA isa slowly progressive degenerative disease. OA is the most common and the most leadingcause for chronic disability in the elderly. A single blind clinical study with pre test and post testdesign where in 25 patients of Sandhigata vata, administered with Ksheerabala taila AnuvasanaBasti for a period of 10 days. The relevant investigations were adopted for diagnosis and toassess the improvement. The follow-up period was upto 10 days. Effect of treatment on thesigns and symptoms reordered, that the basti showed good effect on Vaatakaphaja lakshanasrather on Pittaja lakshana, and changes were discussed.207. CLINICAL EVALUATION OF “KADALIKANDADI KSHARA YOGA” IN THE MANAGEMENTOF MUTRASHMARISatish.S.Annigeri. Lecture in S.S.A.M. College, Dept.of Shalya Tantra. Haveri. Mutrashmari (Urolithiasis) is the one of the most common disorder of the Mutravahasrotas, which causes the severe abdominal pain. This pain will drag not only patient’s attentionbut also the curiosity of the surgeon. Many treatment modalities Like Extracorporeal ShockWave Lithotripsy, Percutaneous Nephro Lithotomy, Dormina basket, Ureteric meatomy etc.Compound drug “Kadalikandadi Kshara yoga” is tried on 20 patients & advised in Paneeyaform in the dosage of 1gm TID.208. AYURVEDIC SPORTS MEDICINEDr.Syyed Mohammed Jalaludheen, Lect.Nangelil Ayu. Med. collage, Kothamangalam, Kerala. Establish and popularize the time-tested principles of Ayurveda in the management ofsports injuries, Evolve a system that is devoid of post-traumatic complications which is thechallenge facing the current sports medicine fraternity, Create awareness among the sportspersonalities with regard to the management so as to facilitate early detection and timelymanagement, Establish the combined effect of Panchakarma with physical exercise for thesame and revitalize the branch of Ayurveda that had previously dealt with war / traumaticinjuries & to incorporate the same in sports related injuries is necessary. 76 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 78. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts209. EFFECT OF AGASTHYA HARITAKI RASAYANA IN PULMONARY TUBERCULOSIS.(WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO ADVERSE EFFECTS OF AKT)Dr.Guheshwar B Patil, Lecturer S S A M college Haveri. Dept. of Swasthavritha The nearest clinical entity for Rajayakshma is pulmonary tuberculosis. The incidenceof the disease is 1.3 /1000 in a year. Considering these aspects employing Agasthaya HaritakiRasayana as an adjuvant compound in the treatment of pulmonary tuberculosis patients.210. SHATAPUSHPA TAILA NASYA IN MENSTRUAL DISORDERSProf. Dr.Bharathi.D.A, Ashwini Aurvedic Medical College, Davanagere Nasya karma done with shatapushpa taila was studied clinically in a case ofoligomenorrhoea & secondary amenorrhoea, confirmed by menstrual history & last menstrualperiod. Marsha nasya followed by pratimarsha nasya with shatapushpa taila has been foundto be effective in the management of menstrual disorders. This therapy has improved menstrualbleeding in oligomenorrhoea & regularized the menstrual cycle with normal flow.211. CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF PRAMEHA PIDAKA -AN AYURVEDIC APPROACHDr.Jayanthi.C, Reader, Ashwini Ayurvedic Medical College, Davanagere. A poorly managed case of diabetes mellitus presented with fever & pidaka of smallcoconut size on medical aspect of left scapula with a small opening since 15 days. It wastreated with local dressing daily & shodana therapy followed by shamanaushadi in 45 days.The therapy has healed the pidaka within 45 days, which is an encouraging result.212. POTTALI KALPANA – A UNIQUE CONCEPT OF REJUVENATIONDr. Vidhyarani .M, III PG Scholar, Dr. T.N. Nagaraja, M.D., Phd,. Professor & H.O.D, Dept of PGstudies in Rasashastra, JSS Ayurveda Medical College, Mysore. Rasayana (Rejuvenation) is a unique concept of Ayurveda, which prevents Jara,Vyadhies & prolongs life span of the individuals. Pottali kalpas fulfill these properties to amaximum extent. Pottali kalpana is a moorchita parada yoga, which is a highly evolvedPharmaceutical technique which gives compactness to the scattered materials by binding allthe ingredients in a unique formula and there by minimising the Dosage & hence has highclinical vaule due to their long shelf life, lesser dosage, higher potency & efficacy.213. MANAGEMENT OF CHITTODVEGA (ANXIETY) WITH KSHERADHARA AND NASYA - ACOMPARATIVE STUDYDr. Shankaragouda. B. S., Lecturer, Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, Professor, KC (P.G), Dr. G.B.Patil, Principal, DGM Ayurvedic Medical College, Gadag Mano vikara result from the accrual of undesired object or loss of desired one, asSusruta stated that “putradhi vilyoga chittodvega” so resulting in the impairment of to manodoshai.e. raja and tamas, disturb the equilibrated body but also constitutional harmony. Theseconditions create many psychosomatic disorders like anxiety. So, a clinical study is undertaken with ksheera dhara – Nasya- of medicament to regulate the Chittodvega. The Max Hamiltonanxiety scale, DSM-4 and ICD10 criteria are considered as test parameters. It is found that theKsheeradhara is comparatively more effective than nasya. But even the Nasya has moderaterelief at Chittodvega, as it is a root to regulate the diseases of head.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 77
  • 79. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo214. AN OBSERVATION STUDY OF PREOPERATIVE ANXIETYDr. Anita. S. Mahajan, 1st PG, Dr. Shankaragouda. B. S., Lecturer, DGM Ayurvedic MedicalCollege, Gadag, Dr. Shyam Rao, HOD, Principal, NKJ Ay. Med. College, Bidar Fear is the inborn quality of human. Every human being is afraid of injuries althoughknow them from childhood. People when they undergo even minor surgery, gets anxiety, tension,neurosis, and many more, just because their body will be cut of by another human being(surgeon). If anxiety predominates patient the surgeon have face trouble at surgery. Moreanxieties pervades, person becomes hypertensive and makes the surgeon nervous and theanesthetist anxious. Thus it is necessary to regulate anxiety well before operation by surgeonand anesthetist. This is tested through Max Hamilton anxiety scale, DSM-4 and ICD10 criteriafor the anxiolytic medicaments composition with Brahmi, Sarpagandha and Jatamamsi.215. BHARANGYADI GHANA VATI IN VISHAMA JWARA W.S.R. TO MALARIAL FEVERDr. Mangala. B. Patil, Physician, Prof.,HOD, Dr. V. Varadacharyulu, Prof. Dr. K.Shiva RamaPrasad, Dr. R.V. Shettar, Lect. DGMAMC, PGARC (KC), Gadag Vishamajwara characterised by visamarambha (irregular onset). Dalhana considerbhutas (Keetanu - Parasites) responsible to produce Vishamajwara. In Vishamajwara the Doshasare not only localised in Rasa Dhatu like in other Jwara, they spread through Rasa, Rakta,Mansa, Meda, Asthi and Majja to get the different Vishamajwara such as Satata jwara, Santatajwara, etc. The observation of the jwaramukta Lakshana shows that the effect of the BharangyadiGhana Vati over Vishamajwara vis-à-vis Malaria is admissible.216. SHOULD USE OF CONDOM BE SPOKEN OPENLY IN THE PREVENTION OF AIDS.Dr. Padmanabha Kulkarni, BAMS, CGO. At: Satti Tq: Athani WHO pointed out that HIV infected every day nearly 6300 women throughout the world.The so-called sex education lessons in textbooks were vague. In our country people are shy togo to a Pharmacist and ask for one condom. Many people do not know how a condom lookslike even. In western countries condom vending machines are installed in public places.Promoting the condoms was restricted to family planning but today it was emerged as animportant tool in the prevention of Dreadful Disease like AIDS. Should use of condom bespoken openly in the prevention of AIDS? Hypocrisy was the Angle most stumbling blocks inthe society’s campaign for practice of safe sex and prevention of dreaded AIDS. Parents raisea heave and cry when we emphasize on sex education in schools.217. VATA PREDOMINANCE IN KITIBHA – VASTI A BETTER MANAGEMENTDr. Yasmeen A. Phaniband, Lecturer, Professor Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, Kayachikitsa,PGARC, Dr. G.B. Patil, Principal, DGM Ayurvedic Medical College, Gadag Kitibha kusta is form of kshudra kusta compared with psoriasis. The rapid epidermalcell proliferation in Kitibha is due to abnormal functions of Vata. Kitibha even though not told inAyurveda as psychosomatic it is not only a somatic but also a disease of. Psyche. Ayurvedaemphasize vasti as most effective therapeutic procedure for Vata. Rectal application ofmedicament (Anuvasana / Niruha) in to pakwashaya of yogavasti pattern helps to regulate theimpaired Vata along with to regularize the other two (Pitta/ Kapha) doshas. The notableadvantages of vasti in Kitibha are – quick relief of disease with cell recycling time enhancementwith out any undue adventitious effects, since it is “Ardha Chikitsa”. 78 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 80. International Ayurvedic Atharva 2006Conference & AyurExpo Abstracts218. JANUBASTI – AN INVENTORY BAHYA TAILA (SNEHA) SHAMANA CHIKITSADr. Shiva Kumar Sarvi, Prof. & HOD. Dr. V. Varadacharyulu, Prof. K.Shiva Rama Prasad, Asst.Prof. Dr. R.V. Shettar, DGM Ay. Med. College, Gadag Januvasti in janusandhi shoola is a common OPD level Panchakarma procedureadopted. The januvasti even though not told in any procedures of Panchakarma and alsoBahya Taila (Sneha) shamana Chikitsa, it is prevalent in present day Ayurveda practice. Janu-Basti may be included in Bahi-Parimarjana type of treatment, can be either– 1.Massaging type– Abhyanga, Mardana, Udvartana etc, 2.Pouring type – Kaya-Seka, Shiro-Dahra etc., 3.Applyingtype – Picu, Alepa etc., or 4.Retaining type – Shiro-Basti, Kavala, Gandoosha, Karnapooranaetc.is followed.219.APPRISAL OF SURGICAL SKILS FROM PAST TO PRESENTDr. D.M. Patil, Med.Off. Health, PHC, Dambal, Gadag In the current trends of surgical practice, high evolved techniques are brought in topractice. The Susruta told methods are not different from current trends of suturing and knotsin surgical practice. The techniques of past to the present practice needs further apprisal ofpast and follow from the ancient methods is the need of the hour.220. CONCEPT OF NITYA SHODHANA IN TAMAKA SWASAProfessor Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, Dr. Umesh. S. Kumbar, Final PG scholar, Departmentof Kayachikitsa (PG), PG Studies and Research Center, DGM Ayu. Med. College, Gadag Panchakarma is inevitable for proper functioning of body & Udakavaha srotas diseaseslike Tamaka Swasa, etc., require the elimination all the way. Thus Nitya Shodhana – Dailyclanging the Dosha by Anulomana is one of the many methods told for disease elimination.This is a relatively small quantity evacuation of undesired materials stored in the body as“Ama”. Nitya Shodhana is a unique technique, in the unfit persons of strong shodhana i.e.elimination of the Dosha. Anulomana or a mild rechana makes the Kosta suddhi, but in patientsof upper respiratory tract with continuous exposure to the causative factors needs an eliminationtherapy, regularly. Vyoshadi Gutika is implied in the management of Tamaka Swasa as a Nityashodhaka, takes out the Kapha obstructing the passage. It is an optimal strategy to developand implement a perfect treatment to the Tamaka Swasa doing Dosha dooshya vighatana.221. ORNAMENTAL HEATH IN AYURVEDAProfessor, Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad, doctorksrprasad@gmail.com, Dr. Shankaragouda. S.B,Lect. Dr. Vijayalaxmi. B. Benakatti, First PG, Dept.of Kayachikitsa (PG), Postgraduate Studiesand Research Center, DGM Ayurvedic Medical College, Gadag Man’s intellect made him to colonies. The colonial living made him to get accumulated.The accumulations gave psychological interferences ultimately terminated as the physicalanomalies. The anomalies are treated by medicines and also beautiful common uses of theman i.e. ornaments. Of course the beauty is of ones own eyes interest. Many metals are usedfor the ornaments, such as Gold, Silver, copper and recently white gold i.e. platinum. The goldis proved as immune developer; semen enhancer and much disease are treated with. Thecopper is most valuable in many skin disease. So as there is need of the evaluation of ornamentsin generating and enhancing physical and even psychological health.D.G.M. Post Graduate Studies & Research Center Gadag - Karnataka, India. www.dgmamcgadag.org 79
  • 81. Atharva 2006 International Ayurvedic Abstracts Conference & AyurExpo * Setters – Dr. Shiva Rama Prasad K. Dr. Shankaragouda.B. Sankadal,Dr.UV Purad, Shri. C. S. Bhat Dr. Santosh Belavadi, Dr.Kamalaxi Angadi, Dr.Sulochana.B, Dr.Kalyani, Dr.Veena Jigalur ATHARVA 2006 International Ayurvedic Conference & AyurExpo Organising Committee Chairman Dr. G. B. Patil, Principal,DGMAMC, Gadag (9448275050) Vice-Chairpersons: Dr. R. K. Gachchinmath (9448967262) Dr. S. A. Patil (9448232029) Organising Secretary: Dr. M. C. Patil (9448591188) Joint-Secretaries: Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad (9448746450) Dr. K. S. Sankh (9448223636) Dr. R. V. Shettar (9845613116) Dr. Santosh N. Belavadi (9886916367) Chief Co-ordinators : Dr. V. Varadacharyalu Dr. Purushottamacharyalu Dr. G. V. MulagundReception Committee: Nodal Officers : Dr. G. S. Hiremath (9448136792) Dr. P. Shivaramudu Dr. B. S. Patil (08372-234977) Dr. DilipkumarRegistration Committee: Dr. Amrita Puranik Dr. G. S. Juktihiremath (9448337862) Action Force Dr. V. M. Malagoudar (9448591295) Dr. G. N. Danappagoudar (9448079112) Shri. V. M. Mundinamani (08372-234022) Dr. Jagadeesh G. Mitti (9886801315)Stage & Decoration Committee: Dr. S. B. Nidagundi (9986077528) Dr. B. G. Swami (9448186208) Dr. B. M. Mulkipatil (9886342489) Dr. S. B. Govindappanavar (9448629677) Dr. Y. A. Phaniband (9844326382) Dr. S. G. Vijapur (9343515049) Dr. Shankaragouda. B.S.(9448235994)Cattering Committee: Dr. M. D. Samudri (9986070856) Dr. C. S. Kudarikannur (9448759735) Dr. Veena Kori (9449394127) Dr. S. D. Yarageri (9448337855) Tracks @Atharva 2006 Dr. M. V. Aiholli (9342306879) 1) Atyayika Chikitsa in AyurvedaAccommodation & Transport: 2) Ayurveda treatment of Plants & Animals Dr. V. M. Sajjan (9242127455) 3) Ayurveda Verses today’s life-threatening Dr. S. H. Radder (9448338100) diseases Dr. N. S. Hadli (9448922340) 4) Basic Principles of AyurvedaSouvenir & Publicity 5) Corroboration of minerals, herbals, and Dr. U. V. Purad (9448185885) their formulations Shri. C. S. Bhat (08372-234911) 6) Education and Research methodologyCultural Committee: 7) Immunology and related diseases in Dr. R. R. Joshi (9448540584) Ayurveda Dr.Smt.J.S.Viraktamath (08372-239377) 8) Mental health and Yoga in AyurvedaExpo Committee: 9) Practice of Ayurveda in day today life Dr. C. S. Hiremath (9449243088) 10) Panchakarma in present Scenario Dr. P. C. Chappanmath (9448303001) 11) Rejuvenation and promotive practices inVolunteer Committee: Ayurveda Dr. S. S. Avvanni (9448646403) 12) Surgery in Ayurveda Dr. K. S. Paraddi (9448338120) 13) Women and Child health in Ayurveda Dr. S. V. Sankanur (08372-239417) 14) Ayurveda in Abroad 80 December 1, 2, 3 - 2006 DGM Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital, Gadag - 582 103, Karnataka,
  • 82. ATHARVA - 2006 INTERNATIONAL AYURVEDIC CONFERENCE & AyurExpo PROGRAMME PROCEEDINGS 01-12-2006, FRIDAY8:00– 9:00 AM REGISTRATION and BREAK FAST9:00AM – 1:00 PM Theme talk by Dr. S.K. Mishra followed by - INAUGURATION 1:00 – 2:00 PM : Lunch 2:00 – 4:00 PM - PLENARY SESSION – I VENUE: ATREYA AUDITORIUMChair person: Resource persons Speech by - Dr. Nataraj B.S. 2:00 – 2:25 PM -Dr. M.S. Baghel, JamnagarCo-chair persons: on Global status and opportunities in Dr. Hullur.M.A. AyurvedaSession Guests: 2:25 – 2:50 PM - Dr. Vaibhav Lunkad, Pune Dr. K.B. Nagur on Nadi pareeksha Dr. Jagadeesh Kunjal 2:50 – 3:15 PM - Dr. V.V.S. Ramashastry, Dr. K.C. Ballal Hyderabad on Atyayika chikitsa in Ayurveda Dr. Suresh Ambarkar 3:15 - 3:40 PM - Dr. J.L.N. Shastry, Dr. Giridhar Khaje Chandigarh on Safety relation of AyurvedicConveners: metalo-mineral & herbo mineral formulations Dr.R.K. Gachchinmath 3:40 - 4:00 PM - Dr. B.S Nataraj, Bangalore, Prof. C.S. Bhat Chairperson remarks 4:00 – 6:00 PM: PLENARY SESSION – II VENUE: ATREYA AUDITORIUMChair person: Resource persons Speech by - Dr. Prasanna Rao 4:00 – 4:25 PM - Dr. Ramasundar Rao,Co-chair persons: Vijayawada on Surgery in Ayurveda and Dr. B.V. Prasanna relevant in today’s practice Dr. P.G. Subbanagowdar 4:25 – 4:50 PM - Dr. Manjari Dwivedi,Session Guests: Banaras on Women and child health in Dr. S.B. Hiremath Dr. R.G. Sajjan shetty Ayurveda Dr. M.A. Kundagol 4:50 – 5:15 PM - Dr. Shankar Rao, Jaipur on Dr. Vishwambar Ayurveda & Modern drug development Dr. K.S.Malini 5:15 - 5:40 PM - Dr. N. P. Rai, Banaras onConveners: Management of Hepato-biliary disorders Dr. S.A. Patil 5:40 - 6:00 PM - Dr. Prasanna Rao, Hassan, Dr.Yarageri Chairperson remarks by 6:30 PM Onwards: Cultural Fest 8:30 PM: Dinner Visit us @ www.dgmamcgadag.org 1 Atharva-06 Int. Ay. Conference & AyurExpo
  • 83. 02.12.2006 - SATURDAY 8:00 – 9:00 AM : Break fast 9:00 – 11:00 AM: PLENARY SESSION – III VENUE: ATREYA AUDITORIUMChair person: Resource persons Speech by - Dr. Satpute A.D 9:00 – 9:25 AM - Dr. S.H. Acharya, JamnagarCo-chair persons: on Rejuvination and promotive practice in Dr. K. Ramachandra Ayurveda. Dr. Satish Shringeri 9:25 – 9:50 AM -Dr. Gurudeep Singh,Session Guests: Hassan on Immunology and related disorders Dr. S.R. Hiremath 9:50 -10:15 AM - Dr. Shailesh Nadkarni, Dr. A.M. Wali Mumbai on Rasaushadhies – A critical Dr. B.B. Hunagund approach Dr. B.S. Patil 10:15 -10:40 AM - Dr. Nageeb B M, Srilanka Dr. Ajit Kumar on A Comparative Preliminary study ofConvener: Antibacterial effect of an Ayurveda preparation Dr. G.S. Hiremath of Sarva vishadee oil 10:40-11:00 AM - Dr. A.D Satpute, Mysore Chairperson remarks 11AM – 1:00 PM - PLENARY SESSION – IV VENUE: ATREYA AUDITORIUMChair person: Resource persons Speech by - Dr. Anjaneya Murthy 11:00 -11:25 AM - Dr. P. Rammanohar,Co-chair persons: Coimbatore on Basic principles of Ayurveda Dr. Gururaja M.B. 11:25 - 11:50 AM - Dr. V.L.N.Shastry, Chennai Dr. G.M. Kanti on Management of growing children –Session Guests: Ayurvedic approach Dr. Smt. V.M. Hiremath 11:50 -12:15 PM - Dr.Vasudevan Dr. Chikkahanumaih Nampoothiri, Thiruvanantapuram on Dr. R.N. Gennur Keraleeya Panchakarma Dr. Uma Soudi 12:15 - 12:40 PM - Dr. L. Mahadevan, Dr. S.G. Hiremath Kanyakumari on Current trends & recentConvener: advances in vasti. Dr. G.S. Juktihiremath 12:40 - 1:00 PM - Dr. Anjaneya Murthy, Mysore, Chairperson remarks 1:00 – 2:00 PM - LUNCH ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSIONS IN CHARGES (AUDITORIUM VIES) Over all supervision : Dr. M.C. Patil, Organising secretaryATREYA AUDITORIUM NAGARJUNA AUDITORIUM BHAVAMISHRA AUDITORIUMDr. Kuber S. Sankh Dr. K.Shiva Rama Prasad Dr. Santosh N. BelawadiDr. Jagadeesh G.Mitti Dr. R.V. Shettar Dr.B.Dilip KumarDr. Y. A. Phaniband Dr.G.N.Danappagoudar Dr. Shashikant NidagundiDr. B.M.Mulki Patil Dr. Shankaragouda B.S. Dr. M.D.SamudriDr. Madhushri Dr. Sibaprasad Dr. Ashok M.G.Dr. Prasanna Kumar Dr. Ashwini Vastrad Dr. SharanuDr. Savitha Bhat Dr. Adarsh Dr. Jayashree S.Dr. VIjay G Hiremath Dr. Shalini Sharma Dr. AnithaDr.Prasn Joshi Dr.Veena Jigalur Dr. SuvarnaSergeants at arm: Ms. Manjula, Ms. Sajani, Ms. Brinda, Ms. Rajeshwari Halvi, Mr. Yogesh, Mr. Lakshman Shivalli, Mr.Shashikant Hiremath, Ms. Vishalakshi, Ms. Vidyavathi Visit us @ www.dgmamcgadag.org 2 Atharva-06 Int. Ay. Conference & AyurExpo
  • 84. 2:00 – 4:00 PM: ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION – I A VENUE: ATREYA AUDITORIUMChair person: 2:00 - 2:20 PM Keynote address Dr. A.V. Joshi 2.20 - 3:45 PM Paper presentationCo-chair persons: 213-Dr.M.N. Hiremath -AAMC Davangere Dr. T. Srinivas 016-Dr. Basavaraj S. Hadapad. K.M.C Manipal Dr. S.K. Hiremath 149-Dr. Usharani K M, TGAMC, BellaryKey note address: 024-Dr. N. Prasad, S.V.M.A.C, Ilkal Dr. G.S. Shrinivas Acharya 027-Dr. Sriram C. Mishra, B.M.T.A.C. GajendragadSession Guests: 035-Dr. Santosh N. Belavadi,D.G.M.A.M.C. Gadag Dr. B.S. Tamagonda Dr. Chandrakant Hiremath 044-Dr. M.A. Hullur, A.M.V. Hubli Dr. Subramanya Padhyana 047-Dr. Mahantesh P.M., A.M.V. Hubli Dr. K.S. Kuchanur 048-Dr. Vaishali Patil, A.M.V. Hubli Dr. Bhusnurmath Rajashekhar 125-Dr. Ashok M.G, DGM.AMC GadagConveners: 018-Dr. Pankaj R. Doshi, A.M.V. Hubli Dr. V.M. Sajjan 019-Dr. M.P. Sahoo, RA Podar AMC Mumbai. Sri V.M Mundinamani 3:45 – 4:00 PM - Chairperson’s remarks 2:00 – 4:00 PM - ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION – I B VENUE: NAGARJUNA AUDITORIUMChair person: 2:00 – 2.20 PM - Keynote address Dr. S.K.Bannigol 2.20 – 3:45 PM- Paper presentationCo-chair persons: 085-Dr.Krishna R.Hebbar, M.I.A.M. Sciences Manipal Dr. Vijaybabu V 009-Dr. K. Ravindra Bhat.V.P.M.A.M.C. KOTTAKAL Dr. Vinay Mohan 010-Dr.M. Srikant V.P.M.A.M.C. KOTTAKALKey note address: 042- Dr. Vijay J Dandavathimath, G.A.M.C. Trivandrum Dr. Shylaja U. 147-Dr.Naveen Kodlady, TGMAMC BellarySession Guests: 098-Dr.Prashanth G.S, A.A.M.C. Davanagere Dr. P.V. Savanur Dr. Prabha Sharma 112-Dr.Manu.R.A.A.M.C. Davanagere. Dr. Manik Kulkarni 123-Dr.Shwetal Shivhare, AAMC Davangere Dr. Shekhar Reddy 135-Dr.Om Prakash Lenka, GAM Orissa Dr. B.S.R.L.N. Shastri 081-Dr.Shri Krishna Jigalur, DGMAMC, GadagConveners: 082-Dr.Kamalaxi M. Angadi, DGMAMC,Gadag Dr. C.S. Kudarikannur 078-Dr.V.S. Hiremath, BVVS AMC Bagalkot Dr. Jayashree Hiremath 3:45 – 4:00 PM - Chairperson’s remarks 2:00 - 4:00 PM - ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION – I C VENUE: BHAVAMISHRA AUDITORIUMChair person: 2:00 - 2:20 PM Keynote address Dr. Dingari Laxmanachari 2:20 - 3:45 PM Paper presentationCo-chair person: 015-Dr. Arun kumar Biradar, S.D.M.A.C. Hassan Dr. Muralikrishna 022-Dr. Veerayya Hiremath, S.D.M.A.M.C. Hassan Dr. R.S. Ganiger 028-Dr. Roopa L., S.D.M.A.M.C. HassanKey note address: 029-Dr. Pushpavati, S.D.M.A.M.C. Hassan Dr. B.A. Venkatesh 030-Dr. Satish Hadimani, S.D.M.A.M.C. HassanSession Guest: 108-Dr. R. Annapurna, N.K.J.A.M.C. Bidar Dr. G.M. Devagirimath 111-Dr. Suja K. Shreedhar, G.A.M.C. Bangalore Dr. C.I. Kajagar. 122-Dr. Smita Mohan P.V., A’ AMC Moodbidri Dr. I.H. Kinnal 064-Dr. Krishnakumar K.M., AMV Hubli Dr. Manoj Katti 134-Dr. N.H. Kullkarni, S.V.P.R.A.M.C Badami Dr. A.B. KulkarniConveners: 110-Dr. Veena. G.D., A’AMC. Davanagere Dr. C.S. Hiremath 208-Dr.Guheshwer B Patil,SSAMC, Haveri Dr. S.V. Sankanur 3:45 – 4:00 PM - Chairperson’s remarks Visit us @ www.dgmamcgadag.org 3 Atharva-06 Int. Ay. Conference & AyurExpo
  • 85. 4:00 - 6:00 PM - ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION – II A VENUE: ATREYA AUDITORIUMChair person: 4:00 – 4.20 PM Keynote address Dr. S.G.Mangalagi 4:20 – 5:45 PM Paper presentationCo-chair persons: 113-Dr. Manoj L. Sonaje, A.A.M.C. Mudbidri Dr. Govindarajalu 124-Dr. Deshraj Singh, IMS, BHUKey note address: 049-Dr. Deepti Kokane, A M V, Hubli Dr. Madhav Diggavi 101-Dr. Sarvesh. Dubey, IMS BHU VaranasiSession Guests: 065-Dr. Anita G. Kadagad, AMV Hubli Dr. Prashanth Jadar 025-Dr. Chandramoulishwaran, D.G.M.A.M.C Dr. N.G. Mulimani 073-Dr. Vijay G. Hiremath, D.G.M.A.M.C. Dr. S.G. Kulkarni 152-Dr. Poornima B, BMK AC Belgaum Dr. Sham Rao 196-Dr. Sudharani S.J.,NKJ AMC Bidar Dr. Seetaram Prasad 138-Dr. Nayana Ram M,NKJ AMC BidarConvener 132-Dr. K.Shiva Rama Prasad, DGM AMC Gadag Dr. S.B. Govindappanavar 206-Dr. Pradeep L. Grampurohit, RG AMC Ron Dr. N. S. Hadli 5:45 – 6:00 PM Chairperson’s remarks 4:00-6:00 PM - ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION – II B VENUE: NAGARJUNA AUDITORIUMChair person: 4:00 – 4:20 PM Keynote address Dr. Ksheerasagar 4:20 – 5:45 PM Paper presentationCo-chair person: 005-Dr. Rashmi R. Sharma, P.G.T.R.A. JAMNAGAR, Dr. R.P. Hosamath 031-Dr. Remya, S.D.M.A.M.C. Hassan Dr. Lakshmeesh Upadhyaya 032-Dr. Pradeep S. Shinde, S.D.M.A.M.C.HassanKey note address: 033-Dr. Tanuja M.P , S.D.M.A.M.C. Hassan Dr. Mrityunjay Panda 034-Dr. Pallavi Hegde , S.D.M.A.M.C. HassanSession Guest: 055-Dr. C.S. Koushik, N.I.A. Jaipur Dr. P.G. Savanur 061-Dr. Deepak S. Nayak, A.M.V. Hubli Dr. Debasis Khan 068-Dr. Praveen R.,G.A.M.C. Tripunithara Dr. M.S. Karpurmath 069-Dr. Shafeer M.S, G.A.M.C. Tripunithara Dr. B.S. Koparde 095-Dr. Swapna Kumari, A.A.M.C. DavanagereConveners: 102-Dr. S.M. Kudari, B.V.V.S.A.M.C. Bagalkot Dr. R.R. Joshi 185-Dr. Manohar J.,NIA. Jaipur Dr. Vijapur 5:45 – 6:00 PM Chairperson’s remarks 4:00-6:00 PM - ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION – II C VENUE: BHAVAMISHRA AUDITORIUMChair person: 4:00 – 4:20 PM Keynote address Dr. Ramesh Harwalkar 4:20 – 5:45 PM Paper presentationCo-chair persons: 004-Dr. Avinash M. Pastore, A.L.N.R.A.M.C. Koppa Dr. Shashidhar Hombal 007-Dr. Janardhan V. Hebbar, A.L.N.R.A.M.C. Koppa Dr. Shirurmath 071-Dr.Shaila B., DGMAMC GadagKey note address: 211-Dr.Jayanti C.,A.A.M.C, Davangere Dr. T.N. Nagaraj 026-Dr. Pramod C. Baragi, I.P.G.T.R.A. JAMNAGAR.Session Guests: 188-Dr.ERR. Lenin, JSS AMC Mysore Dr. Sujata Patil 037-Dr.D.V. Anand, R. Ay. Medical Malladihalli. Dr. Basamma Lingareddy 109-Dr.B.S. Hiremath, AMC Inchal Dr. Veena Datwadkar 093-Dr.Pradeep Agnihotri, D.G.M.A.M.C. Gadag Dr. Alka Kulkarni 118-Dr.Anita H, D.G.M.A.M.C. Gadag Dr. Sunitha.V.Sajjan 072-Dr.Suvarna Nidagundi, D.G.M.A.M.C. GadagConvener: 164-Dr.Manjunath S. Gavimath,BMK AC Belgaum Dr. S.H. Radder 5:45 – 6:00 PM -Chairperson’s remarks 6:30 – 8:30 PM - CULTURAL FEST, 8:30 PM - DINNER Visit us @ www.dgmamcgadag.org 4 Atharva-06 Int. Ay. Conference & AyurExpo 6:30 – 8:30 PM - CULTURAL FEST 8:30 PM- DINNER
  • 86. 03-12-2006. SUNDAY 8:00-9:00 AM – Breakfast 9:00-11:00 AM – PLENARY SESSION – V VENUE: ATREYA AUDITORIUMChair persons: Resource person Speech by - Dr. Gopinath B.G 01-9:00-9:25 AM - Dr. U.K. Krishna, Japan,Co-chair persons: Ayurveda verses today’s life threatening Dr. Mohantha T.K. diseases Dr. Suresh Negalaguli 02-9:25 -9:50 AM - Dr. Jayashree K.S,Session Guests: Bangalore, Unraveling the hidden treasures of Dr. Mohan Alva Dravyaguna Dr. Hanume Gowda 03-9:50-10:15AM - Dr. Hrishikesh Damle, Dr. Chandrappa K.G. Bangalore, Understanding plant chemistry for Dr. Raju Shet getting quick results in Ayurveda Dr. M.S. Doddamani 04-10:15-10:40 AM - Dr. K. Nishteshwar.Convener: Vijayawada, Role Of Ayurvedic Herbs In Dr. B.G. Swami Preservation & Restoration Of Mental health 05-10:40-11:00AM -Dr. Gopinath B.G, Bangalore, Chair person remarks 11:00Am -1:00 PM - ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION - III A VENUE: ATREYA AUDITORIUMChair person: 11:00 - 11:25 AM - Key note address Dr. U.N. Prasad. 11:25 – 12:45 PM - Paper presentationCo-chair persons: 056-Dr. Pooja sabharwal, N.I.A. Jaipur Dr. Satyanarayan Bhat 059-Dr. Kiran M. Khot, A.M.V. Hubli Dr. S.B. Kotur 062-Dr. Neeranjan .Y., A.M.V.HubliKey note address: 063-Dr. Anjai Kannan .C.R., A.M.V.Hubli Dr. P.S. Byadagi. 218-Dr. Ajantha, GAMC, MysoreSession Guests:ests: 066-Dr. Gurubasavaraj Yalagachin,S.D.M. Hassan Dr. S.R. Jahagirdhar 067-Dr. Chandrashekhar K.M, S.D.M. Hassan Dr. P. Nagaraj 074-Dr. Priya Kumari, A.A.M.C.Davanagere Dr. C.T. Basavarajappa 079-Dr. A.K.Tripati, B.H.U. Varanasi Dr. S. Gangadharan 080-Dr. V.Sunitha, S.D.M. Hassan Dr. K.A. Patil 089-Dr. M.K.Seeni, N.I.A. JaipurConvener: 091-Dr. I.B. Kottur Shetti, R.G.E.S.A.M.C. Ron Dr. B.S. Patil 12:45 –1:00 PM - Chairperson’ remarks PUBLICATION DIVISION BOOK SERIES DGM Ayurvedic Medical College Post Graduate studies and Research Centre - Gadag AMRUTA BINDU SERIES – 1 Dr. V.V. Subrahmanya Sastry’s ESSENTIALS OF BASIC AYURVEDA CONCEPTS Please turn off your mobiles or in to Silent mode when sessions are going on Visit us @ www.dgmamcgadag.org 5 Atharva-06 Int. Ay. Conference & AyurExpo
  • 87. 11:00 -1:00 PM -ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION - III B VENUE: NAGARJUNA AUDITORIUMChair person: 11:00 -11:20 AM - Key note address Dr. S.S. Hiremath 11:20 – 12:45 PM -Paper presentationCo-chair persons: 038-Dr. Krishna Kumar K., A.M.V. Hubli Dr. B.B. Joshi 039-Dr. Dhiraj V. Zope, A.M.V. Hubli Dr. U.N.K. Usha 040-Dr. Sandeep Nair, G.A.M.C. TrivandrumKey note address: 041-Dr. Sripathi Adiga, G.A.M.C. Trivandrum Dr. A.S. Prashant 045-Dr. Ravindra Kumar Arahunasi, A.M.V. HubliSession Guests: 046-Dr. Avadhut Suresh, A.M.V. Hubli Dr. D. Bhattacharya 043-Dr. Madhushree H S, DGMAMC, Gadag Dr. Narayan 075-Dr. Harsha Murthy, A.A.M.C.Davanagere Dr. Adi A. M. 076-Dr. Naveen Kumar B.V, A.A.M.C.Davanagere Dr. R.A. Kolkar 094-Dr. J.S. Tripati, B.H.U. varanasi Dr. Raghavendra M.P 210-Dr. Bharati D.A, A.A.M.C.DavanagereConvener: 100-Dr. Rajni Chandre, I.M.S. , B.H.U. Dr. P.C. Chappanmath 12:45 – 1:00 PM - Chairperson’s remarks 11:00 -1:00 PM - ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION - III C VENUE: BHAVAMISHRA AUDITORIUMChair person: 11:00 -11:20 AM- Keynote address Dr. B.S.Shridhar 11:20 – 12:45 PM -Paper presentationCo-chair persons: 077-Dr. Ashwini Vastrad, D.G.M.A.M.C. Gadag Dr. Krishnamurthy 163-Dr. Jaya Malagoudar, D.G.M.A.M.C. GadagKey note address: 159-Dr. Archana A. Joshi, B.M.K.A.M.C. Belgaum Dr. S.H. Doddamani 173-Dr. Surekha L. Khot,B.M.K.A.M.C. BelgaumSession Guests: 161-Dr. Ambika A. shitole, B.M.K.A.M.C. Belgaum Dr. Veeresh Angadi 148-Dr. Ajith Narayan K.S,T.G.A.M.C. Bellary Dr. K.D. Murshillin 143-Dr. Ramacharya Gudi, T.G.A.M.C. Bellary Dr. Makali 150-Dr. Mallamma B., T.G.A.M.C. Bellary Dr. Hemanth Patil 145-Dr. Srimukund S. Alur, T.G.A.M.C. Bellary Dr. Amrut Haridar 165-Dr. Krishna Nayak, BNM AMC BijapurConvener: 189-Dr. N.M. Harsha, JSS AMC Mysore Dr. Aiholli M.V. 195-Dr. Rajendra Prasad ML, JSS AMC Mysore Dr. Paraddi K.S. 12:45 – 1:00 PM -Chairperson’s remarks 1:00 - 2:00 PM - LUNCH PowerDG Block PU Block Room RT Block Herb Garden Main AyurExpo Dining Building Hall Main Entrance NAGARJUNA Ladies Hostel AUDITORIUM ATREYA Toilets BHAVAMISHRA Rose Rose AUDITORIUM AUDITORIUM garden garden Visit us @ www.dgmamcgadag.org 6 Atharva-06 Int. Ay. Conference & AyurExpo
  • 88. 2:00 - 4:00 PM - ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION - IV A VENUE: ATREYA AUDITORIUMChair person: 2:00 - 2:20 PM -Keynote address Dr. Sarashetti R.S 011-Dr. Sandeep V. B.,V.P.M.A.M.C. Kottakal,Co-chair persons: 012-Dr. Mahesh P. S., V.P.M.A.M.C. Kottakal Dr. N.S.Shettar 013-Dr. Narayana Bavalatti,I.P.G.T.R.A. Jamnagar.Key note address: 070-Dr. Shobha Bhat, V.P.S.V. Kottakkal Dr. Himasagar Chandramurthy 103-Dr. Subhash Sahu, S.V.M.A.M.C. IlkalSession Guests: 114-Dr. Vijayalakshmi P.B.,A.A.M.C. Mudbidri. Dr. K.L. Shirahatti 115-Dr. Shehna S.R.,A.A.M.C. Mudbidri. Dr. B.S. Savadi 116-Dr. G.H.Subhashree.,A.A.M.C. Mudbidri. Dr. Vinaya Kulkarni 117-Dr. Sumanth Shenoy H, A.A.M.C. Mudbidri. Dr. T.B. Tripathi 121-Dr. Prakash L. Hegde, SDMAMC Hassan Dr. Ujwal Deshpande 133-Dr. Veena Kori, DGMAMC GadagConvener: 130-Dr. Shivaleela Kudari, DGMAMC Gadag Dr. V.M. Malagoudar 3:45 – 4:00PM - Chairperson’s remarks 2:00 - 4:00 PM - ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION - IV B VENUE: NAGARJUNA AUDITORIUMChair person: 2:00 -2:25PM - Keynote address Dr. B. Srinivas Prasad 096-Dr. S.K.Das Adhikari, S.V.M.A.M.C. IlkalCo-chair persons: 097-Dr. Usha Veeresh, A.A.M.C. Davanagere Dr. Hemant Kumar 087-Dr. Shivaleela S. Kalyani, DGM AMC GadagKey note address: 126-Dr. Siba Prasad, DGM AMC Gadag Dr. Tanmaya Goswami 207-Dr. Satish S. Annigeri, SSAMC. HaveriSession Guests: 217-Dr. D S Kendadmath, DGMAMC,Gadag Dr. J.I.Hiremath 199-Dr. Katarki V.M, DGM AMC Gadag Dr. J.C. Huddar 131-Dr. Vijay Kumar K.C, AAMC Davanagere Dr. Subhash Bagade 092-Dr. Santosh Yadehalli Dr. G.R. Hublikar 167-Dr. C.Haritha Lakshmi,B.R.K.R.G.AMC Hyd. Dr. Karamudi 168- Dr. S.Ramalingeshwar Rao, B.R.K.R.G.AMC Hyd.Convener: 169-Dr. Sundararaja. Perumal, B.R.K.R.G.AMC Hyd. Dr. U.V. Purad. 3:45 – 4:00PM - Chairperson’s remarks 2:00 -4:00PM - ORAL PAPER PRESENTATION SESSION – IV C VENUE: BHAVAMISHRA AUDITORIUMChair person: 2:00 -2:25PM - Keynote address Dr. Shailesh Nadakarni 190-Dr. Shreevidya M., JSS AMC, MysoreCo-chair persons: 192-Dr. Rajiv G.B. JSS AMC Mysore Dr. Muralidhar Pujar 197-Dr. Premakumari M.S, GAMC BangaloreKeynote address: 205-Dr. Sreela R. JSS.AMC. Mysore Dr. Gurubasavaraj 120-Dr. Jayashree S., DGM AMC GadagSession Guests: 144-Dr C M Joshi TGAMC, Bellary Dr. Hiremani Patil 141-Dr. Pallavi Shetty K., TGAMC Bellary Dr. Ashok Talbal 142-Dr. K.V. Guruprasad, TGMAMC Bellary Dr. Ashok Kukanor 155-Dr. Vaishali H.P., BMK AC Belgaum Dr. M.B.Sajjan 156-Dr. Harshitha M., BMK AC Belgaum Dr. Shivanand Swami 203-Dr. Mohan Kumar B. N, JSSAMC MysoreConvener: 157-Dr. Prasanna Mathad, BMKAC Belgaum Dr. S.S. Avvanni 3:45 – 4:00PM - Chairperson’s remarks Visit us @ www.dgmamcgadag.org 7 Atharva-06 Int. Ay. Conference & AyurExpo
  • 89. 4:00 – 5:00PM Panel Discussion 5:00 PM - Onwards Valedictory ceremony Followed by - Cultural Fest & Eye-catching events Organisers of ATHARVA 2006 International Ayurvedic Conference & AyurExpo Thankful to one and all Invites & Delegates Chairman Dr. G. B. Patil, Principal,DGMAMC, Gadag (9448275050) Vice-Chairpersons: Dr. R. K. Gachchinmath (9448967262) Dr. S. A. Patil (9448232029) Organising Secretary: Dr. M. C. Patil (9448591188) Joint-Secretaries: Dr. K. Shiva Rama Prasad (9448746450) Dr. K. S. Sankh (9448223636) Dr. R. V. Shettar (9845613116) Dr. Santosh N. Belavadi (9886916367)Rec eption Committee: Accommodation & Transport: Dr. G. S. Hiremath (9448136792) Dr. V. M. Sajjan (9242127455) Dr. B. S. Patil (08372-234977) Dr. S. H. Radder (9448338100)Registration Committee: Dr. N. S. Hadli (9448922340) Dr. G. S. Juktihiremath (9448337862) Expo Committee: Dr. V. M. Malagoudar (9448591295) Dr. C. S. Hiremath (9449243088) Shri. V. M. Mundinamani (08372-234022) Dr. P. C. Chappanmath (9448303001)Stage & Decoration Committee: Volunteer Committee: Dr. B. G. Swami (9448186208) Dr. S. S. Avvanni (9448646403) Dr. S. B. Govindappanavar (9448629677) Dr. K. S. Paraddi (9448338120) Dr. S. G. Vijapur (9343515049) Dr. S. V. Sankanur (08372-239417)Cattering Committee: Action Force Dr. C. S. Kudarikannur (9448759735) Dr. G. N. Danappagoudar (9448079112) Dr. S. D. Yarageri (9448337855) Dr. M. V. Aiholli (9342243257) Dr. Jagadeesh G. Mitti (9886801315)Souvenir & Publicity Dr. S. B. Nidagundi (9986077528) Dr. U. V. Purad (9448185885) Dr. B. M. Mulkipatil (9886342489) Shri. C. S. Bhat (08372-234911) Dr. Y. A. Phaniband (9844326382)Cultural Committee: Dr. Shankaragouda. B.S.(9448235994) Dr. R. R. Joshi (9448540584) Dr. M. D. Samudri (9986070856) Dr.Smt.J.S.Viraktamath (08372-239377) Dr. Veena Kori (9449394127)!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! * Setter – Dr. K.Shiva Rama Prasad Visit us @ www.dgmamcgadag.org 8 Atharva-06 Int. Ay. Conference & AyurExpo
  • 90. Coronation Ambrosia @ Atharva-2006 Good morning to one and all invites and delegates! At this gracious occasion of silver jubilee celebrations aftercompletion of 25 successful milestones, we complacently celebrate theAtharva-2006, an international conference and AyurExpo, on 1,2 and 3rd ofDecember 2006. The ambrosia of Ayurveda is flood all over India andespecially at Gadag through many eminent Ayurvedic personalities. Werise with slogan “Evidential tool for eternal cure”, as the Ambrosia offers theperfect health and harmony for time-tested body. Ayurveda is just not asystem of medicine but a way of life – told in India. The biorhythms of lifefrom ages with seasons and nature intermingled to offer a best adoptableway of living for human. The human with his intellect made concrete junglesand mechanical life where he put his health at stake thinking it as comfort.The way Ayurveda deals present day ailments not sufficient to fulfill socalled scientific needs of the evidence base. Even though the evidencesare well recorded in Ayurveda as Sutras, Slokas, and etc., they are inabridged and coded form that too in Sanskrit, the language of learned at thepast but not for the present. It is our responsibility to understand, expandand implicated for the scientific community of present. The evidence erectionin front of them for eternal cure for the humors is the present day task. The Atharva-2006 is such a platform for the learned we makeavailable, as usually started with the sacred word of “Atha”, adequaciesgoodness of almighty grace meant for refinement. Hope the learned friendsenjoy the spill over traditionalist, antiquity hospitality of Gadag, throughD.G.M. Ayurvedic Medical College fraternity and enjoy the hilariousmoments of Atharva-2006.Chairman - Atharva-2006 Organising secretary - Atharva-2006Dr. G.B. Patil, Dr. Mallikarjunagouda.C. Patil,Principal & C.M.O. Professor, Rasashastra D.G.M. Ayurvedic Medical College & Hospital Dr.S.V.Savadi Road, Gadag – 582 103, Karnataka - India www.dgmamcgadag.org