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Shamana Aushadha.

Shamana Aushadha.

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Dandruff and Urticaria are few of the most common worries in adulthood. Dandruff, the visible desquamation of scalp, is the mildest manifestation of seborrheic dermatitis. Chronic urticaria has a significant impact on quality-of-life due to the constant sensation of itching, regular recurrence, and unknown etiology. Dandruff can be considered as Da...

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... Ayurveda focuses on eradication of Dosha and purification of body by means of Panchakarma. [5] Since Vata and Kapha were vitiated along with Pitta, Classical Shodhana was planned, (Classical Vamana followed by Classical Virechana [Table1,2]) Shamana Chikitsa was followed for one month thereafter to achieve better therapeutic efficacy in this case [ Table 3]. The patient was followed up for six months with no medications given in follow up period. ...

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