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Effect of Ayurvedic Management in Covid-19 Pneumonia: A Series of Two Cases

Author: DR HEMANT D TOSHIKHANE, DR SHAILESH V DESHPANDE, DR HARISH DAGA
Abstract: In the present scenario, world has come to a standstill while fighting COVID-19. It has already taken thousands of lives all around the globe and still counting. So far, none of system of medicine has discovered any cure for it. In ayurveda many classical medicines are advised in diseases which are similar to the clinical manifestations of COVID-19 and are known to have beneficial effects in immunity, febrile conditions, upper and lower respiratory infections. Hence, in this scenario, evaluation of ayurvedic medicines is required to assess its possible benefits in fighting COVID-19. This case series explains effect of ayurvedic treatment of two patients diagnosed as COVID-19 pneumonia and showing moderate symptoms. Patients were advised sanshamani vati, sudarshana ghanavati, khadiradi vati, dashamoola katutraya kashaya ghanavati, shadbindu tila for nasya for fifteen days along with modern treatment. It was observed that both patients were symptom free within four days of receiving treatment. Both patients showed complete remission in patchy consolidation patches in postero-anterior view of chest X ray. Patients were negative for COVID 19 on follow up tests. No adverse effects of ayurvedic add on treatment were observed. Application of ayurvedic treatment in COVID-19 pneumonia cases can be helpful as add on treatment. Further studies in this direction need to be conducted to substantiate the claim.
Keyword: Ayurveda, AYUSH, SARS CoV 2, Nasya, Alternative treatment, Corona
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2021.13.02.073
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