A Successful Management of Hyperuricaemia Through Ayurveda Medications: A Case Series
Uric acid is a heterolytic compound of Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen and Hydrogen which is produced by the metabolism breakdown of purine nucleotides. Elevated level of uric acid in blood is called hyperuricemia. This condition arises due to over production or under secretion of uric acid. High blood concentration of uric acid can lead to Gout and are associated with other medical conditions. In Ayurveda science Vaatarkta disease is described which having similarities to the conditions of hyperuricemia, So hyperuricaemia can be corelated with Vaatarakta as Ayurveda perspective. In this case series, three cases of Hyperuricaemia were treated with Navakarshika ghana vati - 250 mg x2 TID after meal for one month with Kashyam and Amrutadi tailam-10ml OD with 100ml lukewarm water or milk on empty stomach for one month, gets very effective & quick response in hyperuricaemia. Both are pacified and normalised the level of uric acid. Also didn’t found any adverse drug reaction of both medicines.
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