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Hemang Raghavani

Hemang Raghavani
J. S. Ayurveda College · Panchakarma

MD(Ayu), PhD

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January 2015 - present
J. S. Ayurveda college, Nadiad
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Introduction During the COVID-19 pandemic in India, Ayurvedic medication (Guduchi Ghanavati, GG) was prescribed by Ayurveda physicians for prevention and management. This study aimed to evaluate the prophylactic effect of GG in individuals with moderate to very high risk of SARS-CoV-2. Methods A multicenter, controlled, quasi-experimental, before-...
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Introduction: During the COVID-19 pandemic in India, Ayurvedic medication (Guduchi Ghanavati, GG) was prescribed by Ayurveda physicians for prevention and management. This study aimed to evaluate the prophylactic effect of GG in individuals with moderate to very high risk of SARS-CoV-2. Methods: A multicenter, controlled, quasi-experimental, before...
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Clinical Dataset of project 'prophylaxis effect of Ayurveda intervention 'Guduchi Ghanavati' on COVID-19
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Swedana Karma is one of the Poorvakarma for Panchakarma procedures which relieves Shoola, Stambha, Gaurava and Shaitya as well as which induces sweating and softness in the body. Several types of classification of Sweda are mentioned in our classics and according to Agni Bheda, there are two types of Sweda, 1) Sagni Sweda 2) Niragni Sweda. Vyayama,...
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A 36 year old female patient came to P. D. Patel Ayurvedic Hospital, Nadiad with confirmed diagnosis of Intra Cranial Hypertension (IIH). The patient presented with chief complaint of headache (more over left side), transient vision loss and ear ache. Clinical findings showed bilateral papilloeodema (Lt>Rt). MRI showed possibilities of Idiopathic I...
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Panchakarma are unique procedures, with help of these procedures one can cure patient as well as help individual to maintain his health. So for proper manifestation of these Karma one should follow all the instruction mention by Acharya. Paschata Karma of Panchakarma is as important as Pradhana Karma because if Paschata Karma, particular Samsarjana...
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Pratishyaya (rhinosinusitis) is very difficult to treat as it happens with Sadhya Janak Nidana (sudden causative factor) also. Many times rapid and sudden onset is seen in Pratishyaya after exposure to even a weak causative factor. If this vicious cycle of Nidana (causative factor) and Roga (disease) continues and if treatment is neglected the Rog...
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The central point of body in between Amashaya (location of undigested food) and Pakvashaya (location of digested food) is termed as Nabhi. In classical texts of Ayurveda; scattered references regarding Nabhi are available like Nabhi is mentioned as a vital spot (Marma) of body. Nabhi is also included among the fifteen Koshthangas of body. In Sharir...
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Tamaka Shvasa is described as a most difficult to cure (Yapya) among all diseases in Ayurveda. In present study Tamaka Shvasa is correlated with Bronchial Asthma because of its symptomatology is much similar with Tamaka Shvasa. In modern medical science, steroids and bronchodilators are mainly used for its management, but they cause certain side ef...
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Jararoga can be incorporated in geriatrics in modern parlance which is a branch of medicine concerned especially with problems of ageing and diseases of elderly people. It tends to vary in different age groups by genetic factors, dietary habits, socio-economically conditions, life style, occurrence of diseases etc. Ayurveda has considered aged or e...
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Dhumapana is very effective treatment for upper clavicular diseases (Urdhvajatrugata Roga). It is also effective in coughing (Kasa Roga) and in induction of emesis. However it is not widely practiced. The curative aspect of Dhumapana is somewhat known in clinicians but its preventive and promotive aspect is neither much known nor practiced. Differe...
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The concept of Agni is basic concept of Ayurveda. Agni is believed to be the agency for any kind of transformation. Maharshi Vagbhatta says that each of the Dosha, Dhatu, Mala etc. have their own Agni. This is how the number of Agni cannot be limited. Though each and every Agni has its own importance, Dehagni or Jatharagni is the most important one...
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Introduction: One of the baffling problems of mankind since time immemorial is the skin disease. Shvitra (Vitiligo) may become; a psychologically devastating disorder when it typically occurs in exposed areas. Aim: To evaluate and compare the efficacy of the Vamana and Virechana Karma in the management of the Shvitra (Vitiligo). Materials and Metho...
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In recent era Panchakarma has got prominent place in the management of the diseases through Ayurveda, because Panchakarma is only hope in patients who are bushed after all the Shamana treatments. Panchakarma expels the Doshas from their causative roots so diseases cannot revert after; like tree cannot grow without its root. Without proper Poorvakar...
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Mind and body are inseparable entities influencing each other throughout the life. Now a day, due to abnormal lifestyle , increased pace of life, changes in food h abits and behavioral pattern people become stressful which lead them towards several psycho - somatic disorders. Among them, Amlapitta is one of the common conditions. For the present st...
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In Ayurveda, Vamana therapy is a medicated emasis therapy said to be the principal treatment for various diseases originated from Kapha-dosha aggravation. Vamana is the first choice of treatment for some alimentary canal and skin disorders. Herbal formulation prepared by powder of Madanaphala (dried fruit pulp of Randia dumetorum) and Vacha (dried...
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Man has modifying his dietary and lifestyle preferences to suit the modern era and causing multitudes of diseases which are popularly referred as ‘lifestyle diseases’. Dyslipidemia is one such life style disorder which is identified as a potential risk factor for multitudes of diseases like cardiovascular diseases etc. Drugs used in modern science...
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Psoriasis is most common skin disease which has social impact. Here Ekakushtha is correlated with psoriasis due to its maximum resemblance with it. Charaka mentioned Vata Kapha dominancy, Vagabhatta also told same and Sushruta mentioned Kapha dominancy. In classical text, Acharya

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