Journal of Pharmacognosy and Phytochemistry
Vol. 4, Issue 3 (2015)
A clinico analytical study on parinata Keriksheeradi Tailam as Nasya Yoga (Nasal Drug delivery) in the management of frozen shoulder
Gayathry MS, Muralidhar P Pujar, Ashutosh Chaturvedi, Ashvini Kumar M, KN Sunil Kumar, Lohith BA
Background & Objectives:
Nasya karma (Nasal Drug delivery) is the prime treatment modality for drug delivery. The properly administered Nasya Karma not only cures the disorders of head but also imparts strength to the cervical and thoracic region, and chest become thick and well developed. Frozen shoulder is a condition in which pain and stiffness in the shoulder joint will cause gross restriction in all the daily activities of an individual. Even with advanced allopathic treatment modalities, patients are not getting satisfactory relief. Nasya karma is one among the main treatments specially meant for frozen shoulder. Frozen shoulder is included among the indications of Bruhmana Nasya for itâ€™s strengthen action. Parinata Keriksheeradi Tailam (Compound herbal Preparation) contains the herbs which may be useful in the management of frozen shoulder through nasal drug delivery. By considering these facts the study was conducted to assess the efficacy of Nasya with Parinata Keriksheeradi Tailam in the management for frozen shoulder. Methods:
32 patients of frozen shoulder were taken in an open label single group clinical study with Nasya Karma with Parinata Keriksheeeradi Tailam along with analysis of compound drug. Results:
Results of this study showed that Nasya with Parinata Keriksheeradi Tailam was effective in reliving the symptoms of frozen shoulder. The effect of the therapy proved to have statistically significant result in all the parameters (p<0.001).
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Gayathry MS, Muralidhar P Pujar, Ashutosh Chaturvedi, Ashvini Kumar M, KN Sunil Kumar, Lohith BA. A clinico analytical study on parinata Keriksheeradi Tailam as Nasya Yoga (Nasal Drug delivery) in the management of frozen shoulder. J Pharmacogn Phytochem 2015;4(3):90-97.