Role of Tila Taila as Sneha Abhyanga in Sandhigatavat in Relation to Pain to Prove the Theory “Snehat Vatam Samayati”

AUTHOR(s) : Kalita Upen, Deka Himamoni, Mahanta Neelakshi
DOI No. : 09.2016-19781771

Ayurveda, the science of life aims to preserve the positive health of a healthy person and to cure the diseases. In Ayurveda treatment is based on two siddantas onlysamanya siddhanta and vishesh siddhanta. Out of these, guna vishesh siddhanta, which is related to opposite guna, was taken to see the role of tila taila as sneha Abhyanga (external massage) in Osteo-arthritis (Sandhigatavat) in relation to pain and prove the theory “Snehat Vatam Smayati”. Total no of 30 patients of Sandhigatavata (OA), age 40–70 years were selected randomly from out patient department (OPD) and in patient department (IPD) of Govt. Ayurvedic College & Hospital (GAC&H) at a ration of 1:1 for this study. Results were observed weekly and after 21 days of the trial period and datas are statistically analysed using Student’s T-test. P value < 0.05, considered as statistically significant. Results depicts that pain before treatment mean±SD was 2.03±0.718 and after treatment declined to 0.87±0.571 P(<0.001). It showed a statistically high significant result corresponding to indication of a highly effective intervention of Til Taila for decrease in the symptom of pain in Sandhigatavata (OA). This study may be used as a pedestal for further sophisticated studies.

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