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A CASE STUDY OF PITTA ASHMARI (CHOLELITHIASIS) CHIKITSA THROUGH AYUREVDA
*Dr. Jitendra Sharma, Dr. Meenakshi Verma and Dr. Vaidehi Raole
Cholelithiasis (gallstone formation) results from a combination of several factors, including super saturation of bile with cholesterol, accelerated nucleation of cholesterol monohydrate in bile, and bile stasis or delayed gallbladder emptying due to impaired gallbladder motility. In India it is more common in women in north, northeast and east as compared to other zones in the country. The disease Gall Stone has not been described directly in Ayurvedic classics. The word Ashmari in Ayurveda stands for stone which is described only in the context of Bastigat Ashmari (urinary calculi). After analyzing the Ayurvedic texts it was found that the bile secreted from gall bladder can be correlated with Accha Pitta mentioned in Ayurveda due to the similarity in location and function. The pathogenesis of the disease occurs due to the abnormal formation of Kapha during the process of digestion and its vitiation due to Vata. This present article deals with description of formation of gall stone and it’s treatment in the present study, A case of gall bladder stone, A female patient aged 27 yrs suffering from pain in upper part of the abdomen associated with severe acidity Since 9 months. A case of Pitta Ashamri has been treated with few Ayurvedic formulations for 1 month of treatment with these drugs Trivikram Rasa, Hingwastaka Churna, Yavakshar significant improvement has been noted in parameter of symptoms and laboratory report.[Full Text Article] [Download Certificate]