A randomized controlled study of Bhumyamalaki Mula Churna and Yastimadhu Churna in the management of Raktapradara (DUB).

Ayurvedic intervention in Raktapradara

Authors

  • SHREYES S
  • Yogitha Bali M.R AAYUSH AYURVEDA HOSPITAL

Keywords:

Raktapradara, DUB, Ayurveda, Bhumyamalaki mula churna, Yastimadhu churna

Abstract

Background:   

Dysfunctional uterine bleeding that can be correlated in Ayurveda as Rakta Pradara is the common problem most suffered and came across by Gynaecologist in current practice. It’s more prevalent and growing higher due to modernization and change in our daily dietary habits and physical activities.

Design: This was a randomized controlled comparative clinical study including 40 patients in two groups, Group A and Group B with 20 patients each. The present study assessed the parameters before and after the treatment on pain, duration of the menstrual flow, Interval between the Menstrual cycle, Amount of Menstrual bleeding loss, Consistency of bleeding, Staining, Intensity of pain during menstruation and Colour of menstrual bleeding.

Intervention: Group A recieved Bhumyamalaki mula churna 3gms with tandulodaka anupana before food, thrice a day for 30 days from 5th day of the menstrual cycle in 3 cycles. Group B received Yastimadhu churna 3gms with sita and tandulodaka as anupana before food, thrice a day for 30 days from 5th day of the menstrual cycle in 3 cycles.   

 

Results: Both between and within groups with repeated measures analysis of variance (RMANOVA) with Bonferroni showed significant changes in Group A (Bhumyamalaki mula churna) compared to Group B (Yastimadhu churna) on pain, duration of the menstrual flow, Interval between the Menstrual cycle, Amount of Menstrual bleeding loss, Consistency of bleeding, Staining, Intensity of pain during menstruation and Colour of menstrual bleeding with (p≤0.05).  

Conclusion: Bhumyamalaki mula churna is effective compared to Yastimadhu churna in patients suffering from Rakta pradara.      

Author Biography

SHREYES S

Associate Professor, Department of PG Studies in Prasuti Tantra and Stree Roga, Rajiv Gandhi Education Society’s Ayurvedic Medical College and Hospital, Ron, Karnataka

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Published

2024-02-12

How to Cite

S, S. ., & Bali M.R, Y. (2024). A randomized controlled study of Bhumyamalaki Mula Churna and Yastimadhu Churna in the management of Raktapradara (DUB).: Ayurvedic intervention in Raktapradara. Journal of Ayurveda and Holistic Medicine (JAHM), 12(1). Retrieved from http://jahm.co.in/index.php/jahm/article/view/1174

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Section

Original Research Article- Clinical Research