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“A clinical study to evaluate the Chakshushya effect of Aamlakyadi Gana in the management of Timira w.s.r. to Myopia”

Deepak Kumar Ahuja, Ankur Tripathi, Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Swati Sharma Tripathi.

Abstract
Myopia is a very common ocular abnormality. Due to the significance of myopia as a global public health concern, it was chosen as a priority for vision 2020- the world health organization global initiative for the elimination of avoidable blindness by the year 2020. Various methods have been employed in an attempt to decrease the progression of myopia. The researches in Ayurveda are being carried out in different institutions all over India with special attention to Timira and also to myopia. The present study is a step forward in that direction to find out the remedial measure for this problem with the topic entitled “A clinical study to evaluate the Chakshushya effect of Aamlakyadi Gana in the management of Timira w.s.r. to Myopia”.
Methods- The patients for this study were selected from OPD/IPD of Shalakya tantra department R.G.G.P.G.Ayu. College and Hospital, Paprola, H.P, were randomly selected and grouped in two, where Group I received Starch powder and Group II received Aamlakyadi Gana for a period of 12 weeks.
Result- The responses of both the groups were assessed clinically after 12 weeks of treatment. There was a statistically significant change (p <0.001) in the overall signs and symptoms of Myopia in group II while in group I i.e. Placebo group, there was no improvement at all.
Conclusion- The final evaluation proved that Aamlakyadi Gana is effective in arresting the progress of myopia. Drug helps in alleviating the symptoms of Timira.

Key words: Timira, Myopia, Chakshushya, Aamlakyadi Gana


 
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Deepak Kumar Ahuja, Ankur Tripathi, Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Swati Sharma Tripathi. “A clinical study to evaluate the Chakshushya effect of Aamlakyadi Gana in the management of Timira w.s.r. to Myopia”. AAM. 2014; 3(3-4): 88-95.


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Deepak Kumar Ahuja, Ankur Tripathi, Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Swati Sharma Tripathi. “A clinical study to evaluate the Chakshushya effect of Aamlakyadi Gana in the management of Timira w.s.r. to Myopia”. AAM. (2014), [cited July 16, 2022]; 3(3-4): 88-95.



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Deepak Kumar Ahuja, Ankur Tripathi, Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Swati Sharma Tripathi (2014) “A clinical study to evaluate the Chakshushya effect of Aamlakyadi Gana in the management of Timira w.s.r. to Myopia”. AAM, 3 (3-4), 88-95.



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Deepak Kumar Ahuja, Ankur Tripathi, Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Swati Sharma Tripathi. 2014. “A clinical study to evaluate the Chakshushya effect of Aamlakyadi Gana in the management of Timira w.s.r. to Myopia”. Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine, 3 (3-4), 88-95.



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Deepak Kumar Ahuja, Ankur Tripathi, Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Swati Sharma Tripathi. "“A clinical study to evaluate the Chakshushya effect of Aamlakyadi Gana in the management of Timira w.s.r. to Myopia”." Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine 3 (2014), 88-95.



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Deepak Kumar Ahuja, Ankur Tripathi, Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Swati Sharma Tripathi. "“A clinical study to evaluate the Chakshushya effect of Aamlakyadi Gana in the management of Timira w.s.r. to Myopia”." Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine 3.3-4 (2014), 88-95. Print.



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Deepak Kumar Ahuja, Ankur Tripathi, Sanjeev Kumar Sharma, Swati Sharma Tripathi (2014) “A clinical study to evaluate the Chakshushya effect of Aamlakyadi Gana in the management of Timira w.s.r. to Myopia”. Annals of Ayurvedic Medicine, 3 (3-4), 88-95.




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