CLINICAL STUDY ON EFFECT OF DIFFERENT PROCEDURES OF NASYA WITH BHRINGARAJA TAILA IN KHALITYA
Keywords:khalitya, Charakokta nasya vidhi, Vagbhatokta nasya vidhi, bhringaraja taila, bindu pramana, standardization, breaking of hair, hair fall
Background: In Ayurvedic approach, falling of hair is coined out as in term of ‘khalitya’ under the
broad heading of shiroroga. Susceptibility of hair fall is more in males than in females. khalitya is
commonly seen in the age group of 18-40 years. According to survey up to 40% of men and 25% of
women in India are victims of hair fall. It is a slowly progressing disorder. For khalitya, nasya is one of the choices of management for its prime role in maintaining hair growth and preventing khalitya. Objective of the study: 1.To evaluate and
compare the effect of Charakokta nasya vidhiandVagbhatokta nasya vidhi with bhringaraja taila in
khalitya 2. To standardize the bindu pramana of nasya. Method: A minimum of 30 patients fulfilling
the diagnostic and inclusion criteria of either sex are selected for the study. Out of 30 patients, 15 will
be administered nasya vidhi according to Charaka and remaining fifteen will be administered
Vagbhatokta nasya vidhi . Procedure: Group V: Vagbhatokta nasya vidhi (continuous stream of
pouring). Group C: Charakokta nasya vidhi (drop by drop pouring). Assessment was done before
treatment, on 8th day after treatment and on 15th, 22nd and 30th day of follow up. Results: study showed
that among the of 30 patients, 10 (33.33%) got good response > 61% relief, 18 (60 %) got moderate
relief between 31% to 60%, 2 (06.66 %) poor response between 1% to 30% and 0% is in no response
group Conclusion: Analysis of the results clinically showed that Charakokta nasya vidhi with
bhringaraja taila provided a better relief in the signs and symptoms of khalitya mainly in hair fall and
breaking of hair compared with Vagbhatokta nasya vidhi with bhringaraja taila in khalitya.
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