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CASE REPORT
Year : 2017  |  Volume : 5  |  Issue : 3  |  Page : 227-230

Effectiveness of Guduchi kwatha (Tinospora cordifolia in Prameha (DM type II)


MD (Kayachikitsa), Ayurveda Practitioner, Pune, Maharashtra, India

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Prerna Gade
MD (Kayachikitsa), Ayurveda Practitioner, Pune, Maharashtra
India
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The incidence of Diabetes Mellitus has increased tremendously in the last decades. Advanced researches are still going on globally for the management of the disease. As the disease is mainly categorized under non infectious, endocrine, life style disorder its management needs multidimensional view and integrated approach towards the disease. Diabetes and its complications pose a major threat to future public health resources throughout the world. The disease Prameha described in Ayurvedic texts has variety of symptoms according to its types. Its etiology and main symptoms which are Prabhootmutrata (Polyurea) and Aavilmutrata (Turbid urine) closely resemble with description of Diabetes mellitus in modern science. So Prameha can be correlated with Diabetes Mellitus in regard to causes and symptoms. In this present case study A Male patient of 35 years of age with signs and symptoms of recently diagnosed DM II was on allopathic medicines for the disease and was given Guduchi Kwatha (Tinospora cordifolia decoction) shows significant results in the signs and symptoms of the patient. After completion of 1 month treatment significant results were obtained in Symptoms of disease viz Prabhootmutrata (Polyurea) and Aavilmutrata Turbid urine). Similarly significant results were obtained in BSL F and BSL PP.


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