Clinical Study to Evaluate the Efficacy of Vasadi Syrup and A Yoga Intervention Program in the management of Tamaka Shwasa W.S.R to Childhood Asthma
Keywords:Bronchial asthma, Shamana chikista, Shodhana, Tamaka shwasa
Ayurveda is the major systems of indigenous medicines and treatment. Bronchial Asthma occurs due to many causes, for example, environmental, racial, and behavior. Tamaka shwasa is a disease according to Ayurvedic texts that shows close resemblance with bronchial asthma on the basis of clinical manifestations. In this clinical study, we include yoga which is Pranayam, Tadasana, Parvatasana, Paschimottasana, Bhujanagasana, and Shavasana. Moreover, drug is used is Vasadi Syrup which is act as bronchodilator, anti-inflammatory, antihistamine, and immunomodulator. There is no cure for asthma as per the conventional medical science. In this study, patients selected as randomized. The present study was a review on the management of Tamaka-shwasa (bronchial asthma) through Ayurvedic approach that includes a combination of Ayurvedic drugs in Shodhana and Shamana chikitsa and lifestyle management. Thus, a study concluded that the Shodhana, Shamana, herbal, and herbominerals compound.