A Study on Raththa Moolam

Yuvaraja, G (2007) A Study on Raththa Moolam. Masters thesis, Government Siddha Medical College, Palayamkottai.


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Since the most common disease in the modern society is Raththa Moolam, number of sufferers may be increasing day by day. So the author had selected this disease for this dissertation work. 20 patients of either sex were selected as both In-patients and out-patients and they were administered with the trial drug Raththa Moola Nei– 4gm twice daily during the whole study period. The trial drugs were subjected to biochemical and pharmacological studies. At the end of the trial study, majority of the cases showed good results. The clinical study on Raththa moolam with reference to its aetiology, symptomatology, treatment and prognosis were carried out of out patient and in patient wards of post graduate department of maruthuvam. Twenty cases were selected from out patient department and treated in the inpatient ward. Another twenty patients were treated as out-patients. All the patients were treated with Raththa moola Nei 4 gm BD The results were found to be very good in almost every cases. There was marked improvement within two days of treatment. There was good relief with in three to five days in mild cases. In moderate cases good relief was found within 10 – 15 days of treatment. In longstanding cases fair results were found within 20-30 days of treatment. All the In-patients cases were followed in the o.p after discharge. None of the cases reported for recurrence during the clinical study. No side effects were observed clinically in any of these cases during the course of treatment. All the drugs were put to use after careful purification process laid down for them individually. Ethical war of purification for every raw drug were followed as mention in the Siddha Literatures before the process of preparation. The trial drugs were found to correct the deranged three humours thereby correcting abana, prana vayus, pithams such as anal,ranjaga, prasaga, sathaga, alosaga pithams and the vitiated kabam were relieved from constipation, irritation and anxiety. After the treatment appetite become normal. Phamacological studies showed that the trial drugs Raththa Moola Neiand Pathai legiyam had Syptic and anti-inflammatory actions.

Item Type: Thesis (Masters)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Raththa Moolam ; Haemorrhoids ; Naagarathi Elagam ; Yugi Vaidhya chinthamani
Subjects: AYUSH > Maruthuvam
Depositing User: Ravindran C
Date Deposited: 06 Jan 2019 13:22
Last Modified: 06 Jan 2019 15:45
URI: http://repository-tnmgrmu.ac.in/id/eprint/7014

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