Clinical Appraisal on Therapeutic Efficacy of Tankana & Sphatika Bhasma With Madhu Pratisarana In Tundikeri
The clinical study was carried out to find out the efficacy of Tankana & Sphatika bhasma with Madhu pratisarana in Tundikeri (Chronic Tonsillitis).The study was an Open Labelled Randomized Comparative study with a pre- and post-test design at the outpatient level of S.V.M. Ayurvedic Medical College & R.P.K Ayurvedic Hospital, Ilkal, Karnatak, India. In accordance to inclusion and exclusion criteria 30 patients were treated with Tankana bhasma (Purified borax powder) along with Madhu (honey) pratisarana and Sphatika bhasma (purified potash alum) along with Madhu pratisarana on alternative days for 13 days to Group A and Group B respectively. Each group comprised with 15 patients. After assessment of all data, the result conforms that both the drug Tankana bhasma with Madhu pratisarana and Sphatika bhasma with Madhu pratisarana on Tundikeri have significant result. However, in overall assessment, the efficacy of Tankana bhasma pratisarana is more significant than Sphatika bhasma pratisarana in the management of Tundikeri.
Keywords: Tundikeri, Tonsillitis, Tankana, Borax, Sphatika, Alum, Madhu, Pratisarana
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