JATYADI GHRITA IN POST-OPERATIVE PAIN MANAGEMENT: A REVIEW release_nile6nyxhjgfph6hoqdfcvtnja

by Srinivasa N V, Anand Katti

Published in International Research Journal of Pharmacy by Moksha Publishing House.

2022   Volume 13, p1-4

Abstract

Post-operative pain is an anticipated, unavoidable physiological pain which is caused due to tissue trauma. Uncontrolled pain may cause restlessness and thereby delay in wound healing. There are many modes of treating the local pain by lignocaine jelly 2%, glycerine packing, diclofenac suppository which may reduce the pain but they are associated with their own drawbacks. Lack of use of effective analgesics in Ayurvedic medicines is the greatest disadvantage. This is one amongst the various causes of downfall of ayurvedic surgery. Hence there is constant quest for an ideal Ayurvedic analgesic therapy. Jatyadi ghrita is one of the well-known and highly effective classical Ayurvedic formulation indicated in the treatment of various ulcers. Along with it has vrana shodana and ropana properties it also contains drugs which are having shoolahara and vatashamana properties. Hence an attempt is made to explore the utility and scope of Jatyadi ghrita in pain management.
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