MODIFIED MARICHAYADI TAILYA (MMT) IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PRATISHAYA (RHINITIS)- A MULTI DIMENSIONAL STUDIES

  • Gopal C Nanda Hony. Director, Ayurveda Geriatric Care & Research Centre (SMSS), Kolathia, Khandagiri, Bhubaneswar & Professor cum Director (R&D) PAMCH, Bakakhera, Lucknow.
  • Debashree Priyadarshini Assistant Professor (Paediatric) IMS & SUM hospital, SOA University, Bhubaneswar.
  • Binodini Tripathy Professor, HOD Svasthavritha cum Principal, IGM Ay. Medical College & Hospital, Bhubaneswar, India.
Keywords: Nasya, Modified Marichayadi Tailya, Pratishaya, Rhinitis.

Abstract

Rhinitis is a very common and complicating disease condition usually affects more than 90% of the population varying from simple sneezing to multiple complications along with frequency. Usually, it affects due to pollution further follower by bacterial infection in naso-pharyngeal track. Most often it is managed instantly with anti-allergic medications like nasal drop & tablet, syrup, etc. but due to suppression of condition for a longer period it remains dormant causing multiple complications in future. Looking to the condition a nasal drop prepared from few herbs processed with mustard oil was taken into multiple clinico – experimental trail both invivo & invitro study to access the efficacy. The nasal drop in the form of Nasya i.e., modified Marichyadi taila (MMT) in management of Pratishyaya (rhinitis) has been evaluated from different angle i.e., clinical, radiological, biochemical, biological and anti-bio gram study etc. show significant result in comparison with modern control drug Otrivin. After comparing both the results it has found that MMT was more effective than Otrivin as because of its multi-stained bactericidal & virucidal effect along with maximum relief in clinical sign & symptoms. It was also observed that the drug is effective from 48-72hrs & to be continued for one to two weeks for optimum relief. Efforts have been taken to highlight the specific findings pretraining to different study in the present paper.

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Published
2021-04-12
How to Cite
Gopal C Nanda, Debashree Priyadarshini, & Binodini Tripathy. (2021). MODIFIED MARICHAYADI TAILYA (MMT) IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PRATISHAYA (RHINITIS)- A MULTI DIMENSIONAL STUDIES. International Journal of Ayurveda and Pharma Research, 9(3), 10-17. https://doi.org/10.47070/ijapr.v9i3.1851
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