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SYNOPSIS

An evaluation of combined effect of Nimba


taila Nasya and Bringaraja taila Shiroabhyanga in
Akala Palitya. A Clinical study.
Dr.SABAREESH M.

GUIDE: CO-GUIDE:
DR.SURESH BABU DR.YASMIN PANIBANDH
M.D(AYU) M.D(AYU)
PROFFESSOR&H.O.D LECTURER

DEPT OF PANCHAKARMA
D.G.M.A.M.C,P.G.S.& R
GADAG
BRIEF REVIEW OF INTENDED WORK
Need for the study:
The face of an individual is a personal identity in
which hair plays a significant role. Therefore a perfect
head with hair is an attribute of personality and
beauty. Genetically Indians are black haired and a
dark head is any time better and goes well on any
dress.
Akala palitya is a burning problem as large
percent of population especially young men and
women in present times are suffering from this
malady
Conti.

In Ayurvedic classics, the one and only Panchakarma


procedure explained for Palitya is Nasya. Sharangadara
Samhita, Baishajyarathnavali etc. have mentioned Nimba
taila as one of the best treatment for Palitya as it is a
urdwajatrugatha vyadhi .
Acharya Charaka mentined that daily shiroabhyanga
with sneha will prevent Palitya. Bringaraja is one of the best
kesharanjaka drug, so Bringaraja taila shiroabyanga
prescribed in palitya is likely to offer positive result. As such
for nasya and shiroabhyanga, taila is prepared from single
drug (Nimbabeeja taila for nasya and Bringaraja taila for
shiroabyanga). Further it is economical and effective.
In view of these inputs a clinical trial to assess the
efficacy is designed with the title An evaluation of
combined effect of Nimba taila Nasya and Bringaraja
taila Shiroabyanga in Akala Palitya. A clinical study.
Review of literature:
Previous researches on this topic
1. Nalini C.: A clinical study on akala palitya and its management,
R.G.U.H.S, Bangalore,Dept.of Shalakya Tantra 1999.
2. Sunil Kumar S.: Management of akala palitya with bringaraja taila
nasya and internal use of kaseesa bhasma, A.P.University,
Vijayawada. Dept. of Shalakya Tantra.1993.
3. Chawda Harsha: Role of nirgundi patra palitagna lepa and neeli
taila in management of palitya, G.A.U., Dept. of Kayachikitsa.
2000.
4. Kamala Kumari L.: Clinical management of akala palitya (grey
hair) with triphaladi lepa with and with out nimba beeja taila,
A.P.University, Vijayawada. Dept. of Shalakya Tantra. 2005.
5. Kaushal Randhir: A comparative and clinical study in between
shirovirechana- poorvaka mahaneela taila shirobasti and
brungaraja rasayana in palitya roga,Rajastan university, Jaipure,
Dept.of Kayachikitsa.2000.
Classical review
Nidana, lakshana and samprapti of palitya are explained
in Bruhatrayees, laghutrayees,Yogarathnakara
Nimba tailanasya is explained in Sharangadara samhita,
Baishajyarathnavali, Vangasenasamhitha, Chakradatta,
Yogarathnakara.
Shiroabyanga and its effect is explained in Charaka
samhitha, Susruta samhitha and Astanga Sangraha.
Properties of Nimba and Bringaraja, are explained in
Bavaprakasha and Rajanigantu.
Aims and objectives of the study:
1. To evaluate the effect of Nimba taila Nasya and Bringaraja
taila shiroabyanga in Akala Palitya.
2. To evaluate the adverse effect of Nimba taila Nasya, if
any.
MATERIALS AND METHODS:
Source of data:
Patients: Patients suffering from Palitya will be
selected from O.P.D & I.P.D, Dept of Panchakarma,
P.G.S & R.C, Shri D.G.M.A.M.C.& H, Gadag after
applying the Inclusion and Exclusion criterias.
Literary: Literary aspect of the study will be collected
from classical Ayurvedic and modern text with updated
recent medical journals and websites.
Selection of drugs: Genuine raw drugs required for
the preparation will be collected from local market.
Preparation of Medicine:

Nimba taila and Bringaraja taila will be prepared


according to Bhaishajya kalpana principles.
Ingredients:
Nimba Taila : moorchitha nimba taila.
Bringaraja Taila : Bringaraja and Coconut Oil(Base)
Method of collection of data:
Study design: An observational clinical study.
Sample size: Single group.
A minimum of 30 persons of Palitya irrespective of sex
and occupation aged between 15-35 year will be
assigned in a single group.
Inclusion criteria:
Persons aged between 15-35 years, with
premature graying of hair.
Persons fit for Nasya and Shiroabyanga.
Exclusion criteria:
Hereditary diseases like Albinism.
Nutritional deficiency.
Diagnosed case of infertility.
Patient unfit for Nasya and Shiroabyanga.

Criteria of diagnosis:
Diagnosis will be made on the basis of the classical signs and
symptoms as mentined in ayurvedic classics, like
Split/broken hair (sputitha)
Ash colored hair (shyava varna)
Hair resembling like water (jala prabham)
Yellowish hair (peetabham)
Burning sensation in the scalp.
White hair (sukla varna)
Posology:
Nasya: 8 drops of nimba taila in each nostril
(Madyama matra)
Study duration:
3 Course of nasya- Each course of 7 days with 3 days rest in
between each course.
Follow up: 50 Days
Criteria for the assessment of result:
Subjective and objective parameters will be assessed for result,
will be analyzed statistically for P value using t test.
Subjective parameter:
Dry splited grey hair resembling water.
Burning sensation in the scalp.
Yellowish grey hair.
Unctuous thick white hair.
Objective parameter:
Colour of hair.
Area of scalp involved (%).
Investigation:
Hb%.
LIST OF REFERENCES

CHARAKA SAMHITA
SUSRUTA SAMHITA
ASTANGA HRUDAYA
ASTANGA SANGRAHA
MADAVA NIDANA
BAVAPRAKASHA
SHARANGADARA SAMHITA
YOGARATNAKARA
VANGASENA SAMHITA
CHAKRADATTA
RAJANIGANDU