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EEO. 2021; 20(5): 4530-4538

Ayurvedic management of Ashmari (Renal stone) - A case study

Astha Verma, Ratnapravha Mishra.


Ashmari (~renal stone)is one of the most common diseases of Mutravaha srotas (urinary system) which occur due to improper functioning of the filtration in the kidney gets formation of crystals such as calcium, oxalate, uric acid etc. Due to food and life style variations it has become a global problem varying its incidence as per geographical distribution, sex and age group. It is highly prevalent disease with high recurrence rate. Passing renal stones can be quite painful, if stones become lodged in the urinary tract, it can associate with a urinary infection or cause complications and surgery may be needed. It is a single case study, a 25-year-old male patient with complaints of acute right flank pain in abdomen and back which was radiating from loin to groin region, associated with indigestion, nausea, vomiting, burning Micturation, dysuria and hematuria. He was already diagnosed before 1 month and taking modern medications for relief in symptoms. Later he observed again same problem then he was approached to MIAER hospital. The patient was administered with Yoga Basti Karma (~medicated enema therapy)and Shaman Yoga Chikitsa (~palliative treatment). Patient got 70% results in chief and associated complaints, and during or after the completion of therapy there was an improvement in the quality of life of the patient. Pain was markedly reducing with relief in all associated symptoms and also expulsion of calculus. Satisfactory relief in symptoms was seen in patient after 60 days treatment of Yoga Basti Karma and Shaman Yoga Chikitsa.

Key words: Ayurved, Ashmari,Case study, renal stone,Shamana Yoga chikitsa,Yoga Basti.

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