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Respiratory disease

by | Aug 31, 2022 | Research-en

1.1  Joshi et al., (2006). A study was done to evaluate the effect of Yagyaopathy as a medicine in pulmonary tuberculosis and to see the effect of herbal medicine inside the body through Yagya itself. and also constructed with the help of mathematical models and computer simulations to evaluate the effectiveness of herbal remedies either oral or intravenous. This gives an idea of how much the drug has accumulated in the affected area. It is concluded from this study that the effect of Yagyaopathy in other diseases will also prove to be good and new doors will open for research in future.

Joshi et al., (2006)

1.2 Raghuvanshi et al., (2004). The study was conducted on 15 tuberculosis patients out of which 3 patients were resistant to the drug used for treatment of tuberculosis. These 3 patients were turned to be asymptomatic after the Yagyopathy treatment. There was an improvement in various clinical parameters observed after 35-75 days of Yagyopathy treatment. There was an improvement in the symptoms of the disease, in Hb [4.34%], weight gain approximately 4 kg and reduced ESR [16.59%]. And two patients showed AFB negative results after 5 week of Yagyopathy treatment. The results of the study provided evidence in support of Yagopathy as a therapeutic application for the treatment of disease

Raghuvanshi et al., (2004)

1.3  Shrivastava, et al., (2020). The objective of the study was to find the impact of Yagya Therapy in the management of Acute Pulmonary Edema with Mild Cardiomegaly. In this study, The patient was prescribed an integrated approach including Yagya Therapy and some other Ayurvedic treatments and after 2 years, all the complaints of the patient were completely resolved according to the feedback collected from the patient. Thus the integrated approach including Yagya Therapy showed encouraging results with regards to the treatment of the Acute Pulmonary Edema with Mild Cardiomegaly

Shrivastava, et al., (2020)


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Aug 31, 2022