Hyperkalemia; Amavata

Vijaya Rani:
A72 year male pt admitted vin the hospital with drowsy,altered sensation,nausea, vomitings , shortness of breath ing, loss of appetite, and H/O,HTN,DMTYPE2,CAD,
Diagnosed as HYPONATREMIA, HYPERKALEMUA,
He took treatment in the hospital and discharge with improved condition
Using medication from 6 months
Yesterday he consultant me
With burning micturition, dribling of urine, urgency of stools and urine , and loss if memory ,loss of appetite
Vata Nadi, tongue is coated, ,
Plz give me your voluble suggestions vaidyas.

Kashaiah Vasam:
Tarakeswara ras 2 bid
Chandraprabha vati2bid
Chitrakaadi gutika 2 bid

Vijayalakshmi Bavanari:
A patient with cervical  eroson : pitta prakruti . age 35 year.    i wrote tab chandrprabha vati and  patramgaasav, tri phala doosh

Vd. Uday Patil:
Pls suggest me any Ayurvedic cream for external application (available in medical shops) for Breast Lumps

Dr.venu:
No creams are readily available in market
But you can use this simple yoga
Apply kalka of kumari root added with haridra churna.

Midde Srikanth:
A male pt aged 49 came with C/o Pain in left knee joint associated with swelling since 3 years. On inspection a feeling of some fluid in knee joint. Previously every 2 yrs one attack gradually yearly one attack now he is getting monthly one attack. Sometimes he is not be able to walk. Whenever he do more physical exercises like swimming or eats non veg or oily items disease aggrevates.At present he is using corticosteroids. H/ o thyroid since 10 yrs, hypertension 6 yrs. Diagnosis is inflammatory arthritis. Seen by many eminent doctors , but no result. Best Practical Ayurvedic approach for treating Inflammatory arthritis ( Amavata).

Dr.venu:
Swarna vanga one of the best choice in Septic or other inflammatory joint diseases
Vacha churna addeded with kanjikak applied over affected joints as lepan, greatly reduced joint effusion and pain as well.
I had plenty of successful attempts in such cases.

Diabetes management

Vijayalakshmi Bavanari:
A pt is with diabetis age 55 years under insulin heridetory  Vata Prakriti  . Fasting is280 ; post lunch is 360. Please suggest ayu supportive treatment. . Pt is cardiac pt also

Dr.pradp Noori:
Mamejava ghan vati
Meshasringai tab
Zandiabits
Diabicon ds
Are the tab genrally used .with asanadi kashayam or khatakskhadiradi kashayam .but  I had no significant drop of BS .
Share your experiences

Venkatacharya PBA:
When fasting and post lunch sugar levels are high in insulin dependent then he needs some good Rasayana to protect vital organs
Here give him Vasantakusumakara along with Shilajat
And kataka Khadiradi kashayam as suggested by Dr Nori 20ml three times a day

Recently Dabur introduced on Rasoushadha
Vasantha meha
It’s also good

Dr.venu:
These are the hypoglycemic medicines.
Meant to bring down BS levels.
When BS levels don't come down.
Instead of giving hypoglycemic medicines check for ajeerna Dosha in such cases.
If there is rasasheshajeerna there will be high FBS
If Vidhadhdhajeerna there will be high PLBS.
Treating ajeerna Dosha will automatically bring down BS levels with simple hypoglycemic medicines.

Urinary tract infection treatment

 UTI case discussions 

Jayakrishna Kulamarva:
Nasal bleeding and Ayurvedic treatment:
Just received a feedback that a combination of drakshadi and vasaguluchyadi kashayam has reduced nasal bleeding in a 70 yr old male within 24 hours after starting treatment

Jayakrishna Kulamarva:
A case of severe UTI with 100 pus cells and RBC's treated:
Male,40 years,not responding to allopathic and homeo treatment

Treated with bruhathyadi kashayam,Siva gutika and diuraven tab

After ten days urine test shows reduction in pus cells to 30

Treatment being continued

Protein ++ before treatment nil after ten days of treatment

सरस्वत्या_वैशिष्ट्यम्

अपूर्व: कोऽपि कोशोऽयं विद्यते तव भारति।
व्ययतो वृद्धिमायाति क्षयमायाति सञ्चयात्॥

Dr.pradp Noori:
Diuraven contents sir

Jayakrishna Kulamarva:
Looks similar to gokshuradi guggulu Pradeep ji

Composition

Tribulus terrestris: Gokshura
Commiphora mukul: Guggulu
Zingiber officinale: Nagara
Piper nigrum: Maricha
Terminalia chebula: Haritaki
Piper longum: Pippali
Emblica officinalis: Amalaki
Terminalia belerica: Vibhitaki
Cyperus rotundus: Musta

The above is diuraven tab components

Gokshura (Tribulus terrestris) - 1.344 kg

Purified guggulu (Commiphora Mukul) - 336 g

Trikatu – Black pepper (Piper nigrum), Long pepper (Piper longum) and Ginger (Zingiber officinale) - 48 g

Triphala - Haritaki (Terminalia chebula), Bibhitaki (Terminalia bellirica) Amla (Emblica officinalis) - 48 g

Musta – (Cyperus rotundus) - 48 g

Water - 8.064 liters

The above is gokshuradi guggulu ingredients

Both the contents are same

Varicose veins treatment

VENKATA NARENDRA:
Respected gurus
Pt name:  g sudha
Age: 48
Prakriti: kapha pitta
Suffering from varicose veins since 20yrs
Present report
Please give valuable suggestion.....

Dr.Vijaya Palathadka:
Give sahacharadi taila both internally and for massage. massage should be from down to upwards with pressure.

.s.s Sir:
Give Loknath Ras with Tambool Swaras in d morning.
Nityanand Ras
2-2 Tablets twice daily
Sahcharadi thailam for application

Raghunath:
Give Sahacharadi and Varanadi kashayam 10-15ml each BD before food and Sahacharadi 7 or 21 avarthy tailam 10 to15 drops .
Give Kanchanara gugulu Bd
Arborioum plus or Cardorium plus syrup 10 ml BD after food.
Externally apply Valuya Sahachardi tailam in urdwagati or pratiloma gati .
You can do Dhanyamla Dhara and Churnapinda sweda.(with kulatta churna or kolakulatadi churna for 2 weeks.
Foot end elevation .
Stockings can be used.

Ksharodaka injection

https://m.facebook.com/groups/866857853525015?view=permalink&id=1088687838008681

Subcutaneous intralesional Ksharodaka injection: A novel treatment for the management of Warts: A case series

Manohar S. Gundeti, R. Govind Reddy, and Jangle Vidya Muralidhar

Additional article information

Abstract

Warts are generally managed using cryosurgery, keratolytic ointments, curettage and electrodessication. Warts, vis-a-vis Charmakila, in Ayurvedic classical texts are classified into different types depending on the dominance of dosha. Ayurveda prescribes oral medications, topical use of Kshara(alkaline ash of herbs), Agni(thermal cautery) and Shastrakarma(surgery) for removal of Charmakila. Use of topical Kshara in the form of powder, aqueous solution i.e. Ksharodaka and Ksharasutra(thread smeared with Kshara) for warts has been reported. However, these methods necessitate multiple sittings and takea longer duration for removal of the warts. Herewith, we report a case series of different types of warts treated with intralesional infiltration of Apamarga Ksharodaka (AK), i.e. aqueous solution of Apamarga(Achyranthes aspera) Kshara. We observed that all these warts took a minimum of 2-6 days to shed off, leaving minor scars. There were no adverse reactions reported in any of these cases.

Keywords: Charmakila, intralesional injection, Kshara, Ksharodaka, wart

Credit:

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4296436/

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