Comparative Clinical Study of Nirgundi Taila and Jatyadi Taila Pratisarana in Parikartika W.S.R. to Fissure in Ano
Keywords:Fissure in ano, Jatyadi Taila, Nirgundi Taila, Parikartika, Pratisarana
Background: The Parikartika is a condition, in which there will be excruciating cutting type of pain all around Guda, Bastishiras, and Nabhi. It mainly involves Vata Dosha vitiation. It can be correlated with Fissure in ano which is a longitudinal split in the anoderm of the distal anal canal which extends from anal verge proximally toward, but not beyond, the dentate line. Both Nirgundi Taila and Jatyadi Taila have Vatashamak property. Materials and Methods: In this study, total 40 patients fulfilling inclusion criteria were included and were randomly divided into two groups, 20 patients in each group. Group A was advised to use Nirgundi Taila for Pratisarana and Group B was advised to use Jatyadi Taila for Pratisarana. Results: The result shows statistically significant improvement in both groups suggesting both Nirgundi Taila and Jatyadi Taila which are effective in Parikartika. However, overall statistical analysis shows that percentage of improvement in Group A (Nirgundi Taila) was more than Group B (Jatyadi Taila); hence, we can say that Group A (Nirgundi Taila) is more effective as compared to Group B (Jatyadi Taila) in Parikartika. Conclusion: The present study reveals that there is significant effect of Nirgundi Taila Pratisarana in Parikartika (Fissure in Ano) cases.
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