Role of “Meshshringyadi Yog" in the management of Diabetic wound
Keywords:Meshshringi, Amalaki, Vijaysar, Diabetic wound, Meshshringyadi-yog, Diabetes mellitus
Diabetes mellitus type II is a metabolic disorder and has become confront for the medical professionals to deal with comprehensively and it becomes thoughtful problem of modern society due to severe long- term health complications associated with it. Though there are abundant hypoglycemic agents available in the market, due to their adverse effects, herbal medicines are becoming more popular with better results and probable null adverse effects on body. Ayurvedic remedies for Diabetes Mellitus are the oldest among all the available therapies. Through various literary reviews Meshshringi (Gymnema sylvestre, Robert Brown) Aamalaki (Emblica officinalis, Gaerthand) Vijaysar (Pterocarpus marsupium, Roxburgh) have shown marked effect in Diabetes mellitus and their properties also shows anti-inflammatory, antioxidant effects also . This article highlights a case of diabetic wound treated with Meshshringyadi- yog with effective results.
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