International Research Journal of Ayurveda & Yoga 2022-12-05T11:14:29+00:00 International Research Journal of Ayurveda & Yoga (IRJAY) editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Open Journal Systems <p>International Research Journal of Ayurveda &amp; Yoga (IRJAY) is a monthly (12 issues per year ) online peer reviewed international Journal. It is an open access online journal. This journal provide platform for PG scholars teachers and researchers to publish their good &amp; quality work in the field of Ayurveda and Yoga.IRJAY is developed for the researchers, scholars, scientists, post-docs and students who are seeking a platform for publishing their research work. This is the journal advised and developed by eminent and internationally renowned Ayurvedic professors, scientists and scholars. The journal aimed to publish high quality review articles, authentic research work,clinical trials and new innovative ideas.</p> <p>IRJAY confirms its adherence with guidelines and best practices published by professional organizations, including Recommendations for the Conduct, Reporting, Editing, and Publication of Scholarly Work in Medical Journals (<a href=""></a>) from ICMJE and Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing (joint statement by COPE, DOAJ, WAME, and OASPA; (<a href=""></a>).</p> Clinical Evaluation of Uttar Basti and some Herbo- Mineral Compounds in Female Infertility 2022-12-05T06:16:49+00:00 Bharti Bandil <p><strong>Introduction:</strong> Infertility is an emerging health problem that has profound socioeconomic and health implication on both the individual and society. Ayurveda explained female infertility as Vandhyatva and mentioned Garbha Sambhava Samagri<br>(proper union of four factors like fertile period, healthy reproductive system, nutrition and healthy ovum and sperm) and Manasika Abhitapa (psychological and emotional factors) as chief factors responsible for conception. The efficacy of Uttar basti of Kalyanak Ghrita with oral Garbhadharak yog with anupana of Ashwagandha Ksheerpaka mixed with Kalyanak Ghrita has encouraging effects for the management of primary cases of Bandhyatva.</p> <p><strong>Methods:</strong> In this trial, randomly categorized the patients of primary infertility and grouped them into A, B &amp; C who were ineligible for fertility after the several years of unprotected intercourses. The Group A patients were treated with Kalyanak Ghrita<br>Uttarbasti, 3 days alternatively in a month for consecutive three cycle. The Group B patients were treated with Oral Garbhadharak Yoga while Group C patients were treated with Kalyanak Ghrita Uttarbasti and Oral Garbhadharak Yoga for three months consecutively.</p> <p><strong>Result:</strong> Total 60 patients were investigated for Bandhyatva for present study. The effect of Uttar basti of Kalyanak Ghrita with oral yog (Garbhadharak yog with the anupana of Ashwagandha Ksheerpaka mixed with Kalyanak Ghrita) in Group C Patients Shows maximum relief in cervical mucus was 50.00%, Viscosity 65%, Spinnbarkeit formation 54.54%, cellularity 37.83% reduced Fern pattern on 22nd day was 48.27%, PCT 27.77%, Leucorrhea 83.33%, Amount of blood loss 17.50%, Regularity 71.42%, Dysmenorrhea 88.88%, and improvement in follicular growth was 54.16%.</p> <p><strong>Conclusion:</strong> In Group C, out of 20 patients 05 patients were conceived showing 25% relief in primary infertility. The overall effectiveness of therapy in all studied 60 patients of primary infertility was 15%. The statistical analysis data of the clinical research work done on all 60 patients of infertility shows the highly significant result (p&lt;0.001)</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Clinical Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of Katphaladi Yoga on Pratishyaya w.s.r. to Allergic Rhinitis 2022-12-05T06:21:26+00:00 Shivakumar N Budihal Bhavani V Pujar editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p><strong>Background &amp; Objectives:</strong> Pratishyaya (Allergic Rhinitis) is one of the commonest and frequently observed ailments in school going children, though seems simple but affects the regular activities. Being the most common allergic condition, acute Allergic Rhinitis affects people of all ages. In wealthy societies, it is observed that 20 to 40% of children suffer from Allergic Rhinitis. Hence the present study is intended to evaluate the efficacy of katphaladi yoga in the treatment of Pratishyaya in pediatric practice.</p> <p><strong>Methods:</strong> A sample size of 30, diagnosed cases of Allergic Rhinitis, between the age group of 5 to 15 years were selected from the O.P.D. of SJG Ayurveda Medical College and hospital, camps and other referrals. Katphaladi yoga was given to the study group in a dose of 4 to 14 masha three times a day along with honey after food for 21 days. Detailed case Performa was prepared and observations were recorded and graded.</p> <p><strong>Results</strong>: Results obtained after the clinical trial was analyzed statistically and all the observations were subjected to creative discussions. The final results showed that after 21 days of the treatment complete cure was observed in 30 patients and<br>showed improvement in the clinical features.</p> <p><strong>Interpretation &amp; Conclusion:</strong> The study showed that katphaladi yoga was found effective in relieving the symptoms of Pratishyaya in children within the duration of 14 to 21 days. The present study has revealed the scope for conducting more researches in the disease Pratishyaya and the drug katphaladi yoga for its standardization.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Impact of Specific Yoga Module with special reference to Bhramari, Trataka and Jala neti on attention among Archers 2022-12-05T06:26:57+00:00 Nidheesh Yadav editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p><strong>Introduction:</strong> Attention is a complex cognitive phenomenon of selecting significant issues and disregarding those which are less significant characterizes achievement in sports, including archery. This study aimed to find out the effect of specific yoga modules with special reference to Bhramari Pranayama, Trataka, and Jala Neti, on attention among Archers.</p> <p><strong>Material and methods:</strong> An experimental-control group design with a random sampling method having inclusion criteria for the participant obtained 50 individuals ranging from 18 to 25 years of age from Bhopal; were included in the study.</p> <p><strong>Result:</strong> The 25 participants from the experimental group showed a high level of significance (p&lt;0.05) after practicing specific yoga module with Bhramari, trataka, and jala neti for an hour and archery for 2 hours every day, except Sundays for 12 weeks in contrast to the control group were only yoga modules designed for the experimental group were not exposed.</p> <p><strong>Discussion:</strong> The study suggests that a specific yoga module with special reference to Bhramari, trataka and, jala neti has a positive effect on increasing the shooting score and reducing errors in the Eye-Hand Coordination Test. Yoga can be practiced in a daily routine to increase the level of attention substantially.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 A Comparative study of Vamandhauti (kunjal kriya) and Bilvadipanchmula kwath with Madhu in the Management of Sthaulya (Obesity) 2022-12-05T06:32:10+00:00 Ratan Singh Piyush Gupta editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Shridhar S. Lakkundi editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p>In Present era every person is running after life, s goal. Hence does not have time to think and act for the healthy life and also not able to follow the proper Dincharya, Ratricharya, Ritucharya and rules for healthy living as per Ayurveda and other life sciences so that obesity has taken place as an major problem in majority of peoples. Sthaulya (Obesity) is such a disease ,which provides the platfrom for so many disease and complication like hypertension, Congenital heart disease, diabetes mellitus, impotency as well as psychological disorders like stress, anxiety, depression etc. so in present study. We try to prove our<br>hypothesis with data collected and analysed on the basis of patient taken in OPD and IPD level as open level randomized clinical trial. The material method, Analysis of data, Result and Conclusion is elaborated in the following Article.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Importance of Life-Style Modification through Yoga and Ayurvedic Diet in Parmeha-A Review Article 2022-12-05T06:59:09+00:00 Anil Kumar Surender Sherawat editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p>"Diabetes," which is still regarded as a mystery illness, is quickly spreading around the world. Prameha Roga, who is referenced in Ayurveda, may be associated to diabetes. Prameha is a group of urogenital illnesses characterized by excessively discharging turbid urine. The two main kinds of diabetes mellitus identified by current science are insulin-dependent diabetes (type 1 diabetes) and non-insulin-dependent diabetes (type 2 diabetes). In affluent nations, more than 90% of people with diabetes have type 2 diabetes, and this number is significantly greater in underdeveloped nations. Globally, type 2 diabetes mellitus has emerged as a serious health issue. The WHO estimates that 463 million people worldwide have diabetes in 2019, and that number will rise to 578 million by 2030 and 700 million by 2045. In line with Ayurveda Due to the Kaphakara Nidanas that cause Paremha, all the Doshas become more inflamed,<br>but Kledaka Kapha in liquid form specifically affects Meda, Mamsa Dhatus, and Kledatva. Kleda builds up excessively in the body, causing both Dhatvaagni Mandya and Jaataragni Mandya (digestive fire) (tissue fire). Tissues naturally lose their tone, and eventually Ojus and Basti become vitiated and create Prameha. A suitable food plan is required to stop and manage Prameha. Ayurveda places a high priority on diet and yoga, particularly in Prameha Roga. In order to understand the function that diet, yoga, and lifestyle changes have in the management of Prameha Roga, this literary study has been done.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 A Review on Kushthaghna Mahakashaya 2022-12-05T07:06:18+00:00 Aaditi Agrawal editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Ashwini Kumar Kushwaha editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p>The broad term used in Ayurveda for all types of skin disorders is Kushtha, depending on the severity of the disease Kushtha is further classified as Mahakushtha and Kshudrakushtha. According to the Acharyas, Kushtha arises due to the vitiation of seven factors, of which three are doshas (Vata, Pitta and Kapha) and four are Dushyas (Tvaka, Mamasa, Shonita and laseeka). Acharyas have classified eighteen types of Kushtha on the basis of the predominance of seven factors, out of which seven are Mahakushtha and eleven are Kushdrakushtha. The Ayurvedic classics attach great importance to Kushtha which is evident from the fact that the treatment of Kushtha is described in the third chapter of Charaka Samhita where external therapeutics for the disease are explained. In the fourth chapter of Sutrasthan of Charaka Samhita, Acharya Charaka has described a group of ten medicines for skin diseases under<br>Kushthaghna mahakashaya. Most skin diseases have a close link to psychological stress, and stress is responsible for the onset and worsening of several skin problems. Rasayan (rejuvenation) qualities were recorded in the majority of the medications in the Kushthaghna Mahakashyaya. As a result, these medications aid in lowering the adverse effects of stress and thus aid in the<br>management of chronic skin problems. In this paper drugs of Kushthaghna mahakashaya has been reviewed on scientific lines through published work and it is observed that the drugs have various related activity.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Diagnostic Evaluation and Management of Acute Abdomen in Ayurveda A Conceptual Study 2022-12-05T07:21:40+00:00 Haritha. A.H Singh Balendra editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Singh Sweta, editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Gopesh Kumar editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p><strong>Introduction:</strong> Acute abdomen is a condition which requires urgent attention and immediate treatment. The patient usually presents sudden onset of abdominal pain which is intolerable and also associated with other symptoms. In Ayurveda, the word Mahagada has been used for the lethality of the disease (in which there is fear of loss of life) and the word Atyayak has been used for emergency. Charaka Samhita and Susruta Samhita mentioned three such diseases under Ashta mahagada in which urgent or prompt treatment is asked and if the treatment is not done, death is certain.</p> <p>Material &amp; method: Ayurvedic Samhitas, Modern books, and other manuscripts related with this topic are collected and a comparative study has been done.</p> <p>Result: Knowledge of acute abdomen is scattered in Ayurvedic Samhita. So, through this work we are trying to compile all the available details regarding the same and compare with modern science.</p> <p><strong>Discussion:</strong> Ayurveda describes both conservative and surgical treatment options for acute abdomen. Acute abdomen can be managed extremely successfully with the use of Vedhana Nasaka, Sholaprasamana Maha Kashaya, Sophagna Maha Kashaya/Sopha Nasaka Oshadha (Anti-inflammatory Drugs), Agni deepana oushadha – deepaniya mahakashaya (Appetizers) etc.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 A Systematic Review on Theses Works Carried out at the Post Graduate Department of Dravyaguna in Rajiv Gandhi Government Post Graduate Ayurvedic College and Hospital, Paprola, Himachal Pradesh from 2009 to 2021 2022-12-05T07:35:11+00:00 Ram Deo Pandit Ashwani Upadhyaya editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Chandni Gupta editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Kailash Rana editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p>Rajiv Gandhi Government Post Graduate Ayurvedic College and Hospital (RGGPGAC&amp;H), Paprola (also known as Paprola Ayurvedic College) was established in 1972 as a private institution. It was taken over by the government of Himachal Pradesh in 1978, affiliating it to Himachal Pradesh University (HPU). Post Graduate Department of Dravyaguna (PGDD) at the college started in 2009; initially intake capacity of the department was two students per year which increased to three later. Since 2020 the intake capacity of PGDD is four students per year. Library and personal interview methods are used for this systematic review study. A total of 24 (5 experimental, 2 survey, 1 literary and16 clinical) theses have been completed under the supervision of four faculties at the department. 8 theses studies are ongoing (3 clinical, 3 experimental, 1 survey and 1 literary). All those 24 theses studies occurred between 2009-2021 the yield significant results. The department has been continuously working hard on various research and developmental issues of Dravyaguna to promote and motivate Dravyaguna scholars all around.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Medicinal Value of Poisonous Plants - A Review Article 2022-12-05T07:52:30+00:00 Rajni Devi, Munna Lal Prajapati, editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Rajveer Sason editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p><strong>Background :</strong> Since the Ayurveda is a centre for many therapeutic herbs, However, certain plants are poisonous by nature, making it impossible to consume them without purification . If used properly, these deadly plants are incredibly beneficial.<br>Various techniques are suggested in Ayurvedic writings for the Shodhana of toxic plants. Many ailments, such as Pandu, Jwara, Aaamvata, etc., are treated with plants like Vatsanabha. Kuchla is used to treat a number of illnesses, including Grahani, Unmada, and Adhmaan. Both humans and animals have frequently been observed ingesting these toxic plants. These poisonous plants have the potential to cause accidental, homicidal and suicidal deaths.</p> <p><strong>Aim:</strong> By learning about the medicinal properties of dangerous plants, this project aims to raise public knowledge about them.</p> <p><strong>Material And Method:</strong> consulted from a range of databases, books, websites, and<br>publications.</p> <p><strong>Result:</strong> Poisonous plant classification was done. These deadly plants’s typical chemical components are outlined. Their mode of action has been documented. The Shodhana of these toxic plants have been described These poisonous plants have been used therapeutically.</p> <p><strong>Discussion and Conclusion :</strong> This entire investigation came to the conclusion that, when used properly, deadly plants can have medical value. These toxic herbs are employed in a variety of compositions with special care. The knowledge of toxicity<br>and usefulness of the poisonous plants are the main concern in present day scenario.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Mono-Herbal Recipes in Vangasena Samhita-A Review 2022-12-05T08:00:16+00:00 Navami A Vivek P editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Manoj Kumar N editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p>Herbal drugs are a major part of Ayurvedic medicine, which is evolved as a system of practice from ancient period. Brihatrayee and Laghutrayee are today’s available classical texts. However, literature about Ayurveda has been created before &amp; after these classical texts. Vangasena Samhita is one of such neglected but valuable text in between these two literatures. Vangasena Samhita or Chikitsasarasamgraha is a comprehensive work belongs to 12th century AD by Vangasena. This medical treatise is often quoted by the names Vangasena samgraha, Vangadatta or Sarvasiddhantasara. In Vangasena Samhita, it mainly deals with pathology, description of diseases along with the principles of treatment, different pharmaceutical preparations, prognosis and dietetics. In this treatise author contributes many mono-herbal recipes and formulations which are indicated in various disease conditions. Total herbal preparations in Ayurveda can be of monoherbal (single) or poly-herbal (multiple). Among them single drug herbal recipes are very effective as well as easy to prepare and which helps in reducing, the over usage of medicinal plants in preparing the compound formulations. A total of about 371 mono-herbal recipes can be seen in Vangasena Samhita. Some of such single drugs are Guduci, Pippali, Shunti, Amalaki, Vasa, Haritaki, Shigru, Eranda etc. in various disease conditions along with their anupana and the mode of administration in a systematic manner. The review has focused on easily available and easily applicable herbal remedies.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Properties of the Drugs Used for Virechana Karma-A Review 2022-12-05T09:20:07+00:00 R. G. Unnikrishnan <p>Ayurveda, or ancient Indian medicine, is based on ancient writings and takes a comprehensive approach to both mental and physical well-being. Ayurvedic medicine is one of the world's oldest medical systems and is still used in traditional health care in India. Ayurveda advocates the use of Shodhana and Shamana to treat various illnesses. Virechana karma (purgation) is included under Panchakarmas or five purificatory methods. Virechana karma is the process of removing doshas from the body through the Adhobhaga (lower orifice). It helps with health promotion in addition to helping to eliminate doshas (humours). Virechana and<br>other purification techniques are necessary before initiating Rasayana therapy (rejuvenation). The effect of Virechana may be so strong, according to Kashyapasamhita, that it may improve the quality of Beeja or sperm and ovum. The classics identify several medications with the ability to cause Virechana. Ushna, Teekshna, Sukshma, Vyavayi, and Vikashi Gunas are qualities of medications that produce Virechana Karma and are entirely or partially present in Virechana Dravyas. Though all Virechana medications are Panchabhautik, Pritvi and Aap Mahabhuta are dominating in their composition. All the drugs which possess Pritvi and Aap Mahabhuta cannot produce Virechana but the inherent property to move downwards are especially due to Adhobhagahara Prabhava of the drug.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Qualities of Physician in Light of Charaka Samhita - A Literary Study 2022-12-05T10:30:14+00:00 Bijita Majumder editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Sukalyan Ray <p>In Ayurveda, among the four limbs of healthcare system, physician is considered as the most important and principal among others. A successful health care service is primarily dependent on the proficiency of a physician having all the necessary qualities as mentioned in the ancient compendiums. Charaka Samhita being the most important text among all the resources of Ayurveda has given much emphasis on the various aspects of a Bhishaka or Vaidya (physician) - right from his basic qualities, advanced qualities, ideal role in healthcare service, his character and so many other things. Along with these aspects, this compendium also has elaborate description about various categories of physician - both ideal ones and the counterfeits. Along with health care system, as an essential tool for<br>medical education, Charaka Samhita has also discussed the various aspects of an ideal teacher - his qualities, character and duties - which are essential for making a person a competent physician. All this ancient knowledge will help us to understand better about the ideal character of a physician as it should be in today’s society.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Role of Mutravegadharana (Suppression of Urine Urge) in the causation of Mutravahasroto Dushtijanya Vikaras (Urinary Tract Diseases) – An Appraisal 2022-12-05T10:49:43+00:00 Jyoti Prakash Baghel A. S. editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Shubhangi Kamble editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Shruti editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p>Ayurveda is an ancient medical system that emphasizes holistic health. Indian sages described a healthy human lifestyle thousands of years ago. Ayurveda aims to maintain healthy people's health and to cure diseases. Vegadharana has been identified as a major cause of illness and disease. Mutra Vegadharana is one cause of Mutravaha Srotas Vikaras. Mutravaha Srotas Vikaras are conditions that affect the kidneys, ureters, bladder, and urethra, as well as other parts of the urinary tract. Mutrakrichchhra (Urinary Tract Infection), Mutraghata (Obstructive Uropathy either mechanical or functional), Prameha (Obstinate Urinary Disorders including diabetes) are some common diseases of the urinary system. It is estimated that 150 million UTIs occur yearly on a global basis. Ignorance of these<br>diseases can lead to some serious renal complications. Suppression of urine urge prevents the passage of urine; keeping it inside the bladder for too long creates an environment where such diseases can develop. Here, an effort is ma how Mutra Vegadharana and Mutravaha Srotas Vikara are related.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Stanyajanan Mahakashaya and its Utility for Mother and Child in Breast Feeding 2022-12-05T11:03:38+00:00 Manju Kumari A. Ramamurthy editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Krutika Chaudhary editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p>Stanyapana (breastfeeding) is essential for new-born infants as well as for mothers. Breastmilk provides nourishment to infant that is needed for overall growth and neurological development. Human breast milk serves as a source of nutrition which is uncontaminated by environmental pathogen. Multiple immunological factors like IgA produced by the mother’s immune system are transported to infant through breast milk and are associated with a protective role against infection in children. It reduces the incidence of infantile diarrhoea, allergic/hypersensitivity diseases, and development of Type 1(insulin dependent) and Type 2 (non-insulin dependent) diabetes mellitus. In Ayurvedic classics acharya Charak has described ten herbs for improving breast milk under the name “Stanyajanana Mahakashaya” which can be utilized for mother and child’s preventive and therapeutic aspect. The purpose of this work is to present a conceptual analysis of stanyajanan mahakashaya and its utility for mother and child in breast feeding</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 A critical review and analysis of Amlapitta from Samhitas. 2022-12-05T11:10:49+00:00 Sahu Hrishikesh Radhika Swami Dipali editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p>Amlapitta is very common disease in present era. Amlapitta is a life-style related disease prevalent all over the world. Amlapitta is disorder caused by habitat, irregular diet schedule and acivities but also as a result of Psychological and physiological observation. As the life is becoming very fast and the rate of urbanisation is growing. Pitta has been vitiated uses food and drink that are incompatible, spoiled, and very sour and that is capable of causing vitiation of pitta and increase drava and amlaguna of pitta. Aacharya Kashyapa has mentioned as the involvement of three Doshas in Amlapitta while Madhavkara has mentioned that the pitta is dominant in this disease. Aacharya Charaka has not mentioned Amlapitta as a separate disease but as a symptom. Aacharya Charak has described amlapitta in Granhi (intermittent loose motions followed by constipation) as one of its Lakshana (symptom). Various acharyas has explained amlapitta in different way with all nidan panchak of this disease but Samprapti of Amlapitta is clearly mentioned in Grahani chikitsa adhyay while describing samprapti of Grahani Dosha. The basic principle of treatment is mainly nidana parivarjana, shodhana, and shamana chikitsa. Vamana and Virechana are mentioned for urdhva gati and adho gati of doshas along with pathaya- pathaya of amalpitta.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Ayurvedic perspective of Cerebral Palsy : A Review 2022-12-05T11:14:29+00:00 Kiran Vilasrao Joshi Uganta Meena editor.irjay@Gmail.Com V. K. Kori editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p>The presentation of cerebral palsy can be global mental and physical dysfunction or isolated disturbances in gait, cognition, growth, or sensation. It is the most common childhood physical disability and affects 2 to 2.5 children per 1,000<br>born in the United States. Complications of cerebral palsy include spasticity and contractures; feeding difficulties; drooling; communication difficulties; osteopenia; osteoporosis; fractures; pain; and functional gastrointestinal abnormalities contributing to bowel obstruction, vomiting, and constipation. Present article aims to draw and interpret the Dosha involvement in cerebral palsy.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 An Ayurvedic Approach on Endometritis w.s.r. to Pittaja Asrigdara-A Case Study 2022-12-05T06:38:21+00:00 Sonu <p>A woman's reproductive system is a delicate and complex system in the body. Itis important to protect it from infections and injury for their health. Endometritis is inflammation of the uterine lining. It can affect all layers of the uterus and is<br>usually due to an infection. The uterus is typically aseptic nature. However, the travel of microbes from the cervix and vagina can lead to infection. It's usually not life-threatening, but it's important to get it treated as soon as possible. It will generally cure when treated. Untreated infections can lead to complications with the reproductive organs, issues with fertility, and other general health problems. A female patient aged 35 years visited OPD of Prasuti Tantra and Stri Roga department of MMM Govt. Ayurved College, Udaipur, with complaints of heavy menstrual bleeding and prolonged menstrual bleeding more than seven days since six months with lower abdominal pain. Patient was given Nagkesharadi churna 3 gm orally BD and Panchtikta ghrita guggulu 2tab BD with lukewarm water.</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Ayurvedic Treatment Regime of Hypomenorrhea w.s.r. to Alpartava : A Case Study 2022-12-05T06:47:51+00:00 Monika Kumari Jitesh Bansal editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Diksha Khathuria, editor.irjay@Gmail.Com Kushwant Joshi editor.irjay@Gmail.Com <p><strong>Background:</strong> Hypomenorrhea is a menstrual condition where menstrual cycle is disturbed due to various factors. Hormonal imbalance, stress, local cause, defect in H- P-O axis etc can lead to any menstrual deformity. At the beginning of hypomenorrhea, treatment should be started so that it can be resolved easily and in short period of time. Ayurvedic treatment can be done to treat the condition. For this condition also, treatment should be done with a aim to normalize the vitiated Dosha and Dhatu. Scanty Artava is seen in this condition and treatment is done for increasing Artava.</p> <p><strong>Main observations:</strong> In present study a 25-year-old women patient consulted the Ayurvedic OPD of M.M.M. Govt. Ayurved College&amp; Hospital, Udaipur with the complaint of scanty menses lasting for 1 or 2 days with normal interval of menstrual cycle. So, we planned an Ayurvedic treatment regime with the goal of improving the symptoms of patient.</p> <p><strong>Result:</strong> This patient was treated with ayurvedic formulations like Chandranshu ras, shatavari ghrita, chaturbeej churna. Syrup Evecare forte. Only traditional Ayurvedic medicines were used during the treatment. This case study demonstrates the efficacy of Ayurvedic treatment for Urticaria. So, Patient’s condition was assessed through improvement in symptoms. Therefore, this studywas conducted to evaluate one of the treatment regimens for hypomenorrhea.</p> <p><strong>Conclusions:</strong> The study reached the conclusion that ayurvedic treatment was significantly effective in the treatment of Alpartava (Hypomenorrhea).</p> 2022-11-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2022