A Clinical Case Presentation of Singnaad Gugglu, Rasna Saptak, Punarnava Ashtak Kwath & Baluka Swed in the Management of Amavat W.S.R Rheumatoid Arthritis

Santosh Choudhary, Mahesh Kumar Sharma, Gyan Prakash Sharma, (doi: 10.23953/cloud.ijaayush.348)


Amavat is a disease which describe wildly in Madhav Nidan and mentioned as a Krichsadhaya Vyadhi in Ayurveda. Symptoms of Amawata like small joints pain, swelling, warmth and stiffness in the body and ultimately affecting the quality of life a person badly. In modern medical science we can compared with the rheumatoid arthritis and their treatment principle is steroids and NSAIDs are included. These drugs are harmful for patients’ life for prolonged use. In ayurveda treatment principle and this present study was aimed at evaluating the efficacy of Singnaad Gugglu 500 mg BD with warm water for one month and Rasnasapatk & Punarnava Astak Kwath 15ml with equal quality of water BD for one month and Baluka Swed on whole body for 14 days. It’s a clinical case study of one patient. The patient suffering from Amawata included in study were selected from University College of Ayurveda, Jodhpur during the period May 2017. Efficacy of both drugs are good and give significant result. All cardinal symptoms are subsiding and laboratory test is negative after 1 month.


Amawata; Rheumatoid arthritis; Rasna saptak kwath; RA test; Singnaad gugglu

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