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A Clinical Evaluation of Tripahaladya Avaleha in Iron Deficiency Anaemia (Panduroga)

A Clinical Evaluation of Tripahaladya Avaleha in Iron Deficiency Anaemia (Panduroga)

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*Dr. Chitra A.N., MOH, Ayush, PHC, Shanthigram, Koppa Corresponding Author: anchitranavada@gmail.com Received: 9-7-2019          Accepted: 18-11-2019          Published: 22-01-2020 https://doi.org/10.17605/OSF.IO/PK63R Abstract: Background: Iron deficiency anaemia is common problem throughout the globe among women . Ayurveda use term, ‘Pandu’ for this problem based on symptoms. Many of herbal, herbo-mineral and mineral preparations are suggested for treatment of Pandu in Ayurvedic classical texts. Triphadya Avaleha is one of important among them. Materials and Methods: Women of 15 to 49 years were selected for study based on criteria of low haemoglobin level in blood and microcytic hypochromic anaemia from peripheral blood smear. Subjective parameters were included as mentioned in classica...
Editorial- January 2020

Editorial- January 2020

Editorial
rain plays an important role in maintaining the health as physical, mental and social well-being, revealed by many researches. An article published in Brain Plasticity online on 26th December 2019 exhibits contribution of Yoga in alimentation of brain health. The work is summarized on positive effects for brain structure and function from Yoga practices, assessed through imaging techniques. The ultimate aim of Yoga is control of thought in mind or comprehension of Atman. Five kinds of thought-waves are mentioned in Patanjali Yogasutra viz., right knowledge, wrong knowledge, verbal delusion, sleep and memory. Different postures in practices of Yoga are associated with stretching of muscles and stimulation of nerves of specific area of the body. Stimulation of nerves is directly linked to pe...