Effect of Kusha Swarasa in the Management of Mootravaha Sroto Dusti Vikara
Mutravaha Srotas is one among the Abhyantara Srotas, concerned with Utpatti, Visarjana of Mutra and maintaining the Kledata in the body. Causes for kidney function are not specific and might include Obstruction of urination, burning micturition, excessive urination, scanty urination, feeling generally unwell, having a reduced appetite over a period of long duration. Among Trinapanchmula Kusha is the one that promote the urine formation thereby flushing the kidneys and urinary tract while eliminating any excess water retention, and to remove the Mutra from the body. In day today practice it is not up to the mark being Ayurveda Profesionalists as limited utility of Trinapanchamoola in therapeutic usage were common community uses in the form of grass juice in their routine practice for accurate documentation. Here an effort made to understand the utility of drug Kusha Swarasa in clinical practice for the management of Mootravaha sroto vikara. Aims and objectives: To evaluate the effect Kusha of on Mutravaha Srotas. Materials and methods: 30 elderly peoples aged between 60 to 75 years are selected by random sampling method and separated as control and study group. Fresh Leaves of the Kusha grass is taken, juice is extracted and given as per the standard dose of Swarasa. It is given in early morning before having the food for 7 days along with Madhu is used as Anupana and 15 days follow up is done. Observations and result: Kusha Swarasawas effective in elderly old age peoples. Discussion and Conclusion: Kusha Swarasa is significantly effective in treating Mutravaha Sroto Dusti Lakshana of apparently healthy elderly old age peoples.
Keywords- Jara, Kusha, Mutravaha Srotas, Srotas.
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