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Abstract

A COMPARATIVE CLINICAL TRIAL TO EVALUATE THE EFFICACY OF TRIPHALADI TAILA AND GUNJA TAILA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF DARUNAKA W.S.R TO DANDRUFF AND SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS

Dr. Chetan Singh*, Dr. Surendra Kumar Sharma and Dr. Sisir Kumar Mandal

ABSTRACT

Introduction: Dandruff is a skin condition that mainly affects the scalp. Dandruff is the most common scalp disorder in adolescence (post-pubescence) and adulthood, but is rare and mild in children. It is characterized by flakes, itching, dryness and hairfall. This disease have a high prevalence rate and frequent relapses. Dandruff is found to affect 50% of the world population. In Ayurveda the nearest correlation of dandruff can be made with “Darunaka”. Darunaka is the non-inflammatory type of Seborrheic dermatitis. It is a disease concerned to hair root which is the most common cause for hair loss. Keeping all these facts in the background, the present clinical study is designed to evaluate the effect of two different classical yoga described by the Acharya in their respective texts for the management of Darunaka which are – Triphaladi taila and Gunja taila. Material and Method: The study was conducted in 60 clinically diagnosed patients having classical sign and symptoms of Darunaka in two groups. Group-A comprising of 30 patients administered with Triphaladi taila (ext. application) and Group-B comprising 30 patients administered with Gunja taila (ext. application) for 30 days. Result: From the observations and results it can be concluded that both drugs shows highly significant results in almost all the classical signs and symptoms of Darunaka very effectively, but the result in group B is ahead of result in Group-A.

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