Abstract
A CLINICAL STUDY ON SAPTAMRITA LAUHA AND AMALAKI RASAYAN ALONG WITH JIVANTYADI GHRIT IN TIMIRA WITH SPECIAL REFERENCE TO MYOPIA

Dr. Anupama Patra*

ABSTRACT

Myopia is one of the most prevalent disorders of eye. It generally classified into two groups: non-pathologic and pathologic myopia. Non pathological myopia is also commonly referred to as physiological, simple or school myopia, which is the most common refractive error of the eye and it has become more prevalent in recent years. Myopia may be considered under the broad heading of Timir in Ayurveda. As per the available literature, simple myopia may be considered as pratham patalgat Timir, which is a curable one. kriyakalpa procedure like Tarpan, Putapaak, and Nasya etc. has been proved to be effective in myopia, through various studies. These therapies are time consuming procedure, so difficult for both parents and students. To avoid absentee in school, this alternative way of internal medication are tried in the present study. In this study 41 cases of simple myopia attending the OPD of ShalakyaTantra department in Sri Baba Mastnath College Rohtak, were registered to evaluate the effect of Saptamrit lauha and Amalaki rasayan along with Jivantyadi ghrit. This combination is a very good substitute for the therapy like nasya and tarpan. Out of 41 patients one patient was left against medical advice .The effect was studied separately in freshly diagnosed myops (G-1) and patients wearing lens previously (G-2). The study was conducted for one and half month with a follow up period of one month. Proper pathya was advised as described for Timir. Very encouraging result was found in both groups. In G-1 more result obtained in comparison to G-2. Through a large scale study, more confirmatory conclusion can be drawn.

Keywords: Timir, Myopia, Jivantyadi ghrit, Pathya.


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