Santhasanthirodaya mathirai induced changes in liver enzyme level in liver disorder patients

Krishnaveni, M. and Prema, T. (2007) Santhasanthirodaya mathirai induced changes in liver enzyme level in liver disorder patients. In: Fifth National conference on Siddha Medicine for All Ages, 8-9 Dec 2007, Chennai, India.

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Abstract

Siddha system of medicine is being greatly recognized as a definite approach to liver disease treatment. Large numbers of medicines are available for liver disorders. Liver is the largest organ in the human body, plays a vital role in many physiological processes. According to Siddha liver is the seat of Pitta. Pitta humor is involved in liver disorders. Aggravation of pitta causes liver diseases such as fatty liver, cirrhosis, and hepatitis. Based on the investigations, it can be concluded that Santha santhirodaya pill has got the curative potential to reduce the aggravated pitta which can be evidenced from the pronounced biochemical changes observed. No side effects were observed which suggests that the drug is safe to use therapeutically. This kind of finding can be exploited in the successful treatment of Azhal kaleeral noi with Santha santhirodaya mathirai.

EPrint Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Siddha, Santhasanthirodaya Mathirai, Atomic Absorption Spectrophotometry, Acute toxicity studies, SS pills, Liver Enzymes, Liver Disorders
Subjects:Therapeutics > Complementary Therapies > Medicine, Traditional
Disorders of Environmental Origin > Poisoning > Hepatitis, Toxic
Digestive System Diseases > Liver Diseases > Fatty Liver
Investigative Techniques > Evaluation Studies > Clinical Trials
Digestive System > Liver
Investigative Techniques > Animal Experimentation
Investigative Techniques > Toxicity Tests
Digestive System Diseases > Liver Diseases
ID Code:2810
Deposited By:Dr Thomas M Walter
Deposited On:05 May 2008

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