Opium Addiction And Its Management With Ayurveda – A Case Report

Authors

  • Dr. Noori Aara MD scholar, P.G. Dept, Agad Tantra Evam Vyavahar Ayurveda, Dsrrau, Jodhpur
  • Dr. Parmanand Upadhyay Associate Professor & HOD, P.G. Dept, Agad Tantra Evam Vyavahar Ayurveda, Dsrrau, Jodhpur
  • Dr. Sunita Godara Assistant Professor, P.G. Dept, Agad Tantra Evam Vyavahar Ayurveda, Dsrrau, Jodhpur
  • Dr. Mohd. Adil Ansari MD scholar, P.G. Dept, Kayachikitsa, Dsrrau, Jodhpur
  • Dr. Amit Kumar MD scholar, P.G. Dept, Agad Tantra Evam Vyavahar Ayurveda, Dsrrau, Jodhpur

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47223/IRJAY.2020.31019

Keywords:

Opium addiction, COWS score

Abstract

Opiate addiction gives physical and mental toxic effect along with inhibition of morality and social awareness. It is difficult to stop time dependency. One, opium (doda-posta) addicted patient taking opium since 5years and presented with Anxity, insomnia, chest pain, nausea, diarrhoea, loss of appetite and slight tremor. The patient was treated with Nashamukti Yog-3 (Kalpit yog), Ashavgandha Churna, Shatavari Churna, Chopchini Churna, Bilva churna, Yograj Guggulu, Shirodhara with Mansyaadi Kuwath and Abhyanga with Mahanarayan tail. The treatment approaches to improve in condition of patient with improvement in sign and symptoms of opium dependency and symptoms withdrawal. The result assessment is done on the basis of COWS score.

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Published

2020-10-07

How to Cite

Aara, D. N., Upadhyay, D. P., Godara, D. S., Adil Ansari, D. M., & Kumar, D. A. (2020). Opium Addiction And Its Management With Ayurveda – A Case Report. International Research Journal of Ayurveda & Yoga, 3(10), 137-148. https://doi.org/10.47223/IRJAY.2020.31019