1 Vd. Bhoir Vijay ,  2 Vd. V. E. Gogate,  3 Vd.Bhoir Vedika

DOI : http://dx.doi.org/10.18535/ijahm/v7i5.08

 1M.D.(Kayachikitsa)   Assi.Professor Bapuji ayur. College,  Challkhere, Karnataka

2 M.D.(Kayachikitsa)  Asso. Professor    Government Ayurved College,Nanded. Maharashtra 

3 M.S.(Shlyatantra) Assi. Professor D.Y.Patil School of Ayurveda Navi Mumbai, Maharashtra


This paper reports about results of a prospective, randomized, control single blind trial to evaluate the efficacy of Guduchi Patra Bharad in Kwath along with oral hypoglycemic drugs in to Madhumeh with special reference Diabetes Mellitus with control of only hypoglycemic drug. Trial group having 30 patients of Madhumeha (DM) was treated with oral hypoglycemic drugs maximally two regimens [i.e. Metformin +Sulfonylurea] advice by allopathic expert with Guduchi Kwath.  Control group with 30 patients of Madhumeha (DM) was treated with oral hypoglycemic drugs [i.e. Metformin +Sulfonylurea] advice by allopathic expert. 60 Patients were randomly selected and divided. Experimental group A was treated with Guduchi kwatha in continuation with previous oral hypoglycemic drugs (Metformin 500 mg + sulphonylurm group B was treated with oral hypoglycemic drugs only. Each group of patients were advised a standard diabetic diet.   Prevalence of Madhumeha was found more in 40-60 years age groups, mostly in service persons and businessman’s having family history of madhumeha, kaphavata and kaphapitta prakruti. It showed that BSL (F), BSL (PP), Urine (F), Urine (PP), Prabhootmutrata, Aavil mutrata, Naktamutrata, were significantly reduced in both experimental group A and control group B. Comparison of both treatments shows that treatment of experimental groups A were significantly effective than that of control group B in case of BSL (F), BSL (PP), Urine (F), Urine (PP), Prabhootmutrata, Availamutrata, Naktamutrata.

Key words: - Madhumeh, Guduchi, Hypoglycemic drugs, Diabetes Mellitus.



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