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Liver disease is primarily caused by alcohol. The liver, synthesizes proteins, detoxifies a variety of metabolites, and produces a range of biochemical’s required for digestion. Liver inflammation is the ailment known as alcoholic liver disease. Extended periods of excessive alcohol consumption are the cause of it. When consumed in larger doses, alcohol is toxic because it contains polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA), which cause oxidative stress, hepatotoxicity. Alcoholic liver disease is a broad term that includes vary in severity from mild steatosis to severe cirrhosis .Over 80%-90% of people who drink on a regular basis and binge drink also have fatty liver. Even though anyone who drinks a lot of alcohol over an extended period of time will eventually develop fatty liver, this process is temporary and can be reversed with prompt treatment. In Ayurveda it can be correlate with Yakritdalyodara or Yakrit Vridhi. The treatment protocol mentioned in ayurveda mainly Nityavirechana for this disease along with various oral medications. In this case study patient was given a combination of Kutaki Churna 3gm and Chirayata Churna 3gm at bed time for Nityavirechana, Chandraprabha Vati 2tab twice daily and Syrp Liv 52 2tsf twice daily. So, Panchkarma procedures along with internal medications show good results in the management of overall symptoms in this case of Yakrit vridhi.

Keywords

Yakrit vridhi, hypatotoxicity, Infiltration, Nityavirechana, Chirayata Churna, Syrup Liv 52, FLD

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Neeraj K. Pathak
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PG Scholar, HOD & Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, PG Department of Panchkarma, PGIA, DSRRAU, Jodhpur, India

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Gyan P. Sharma
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PG Scholar, HOD & Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, PG Department of Panchkarma, PGIA, DSRRAU, Jodhpur, India

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Achala R. Kumawat
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PG Scholar, HOD & Associate Professor, Assistant Professor, PG Department of Panchkarma, PGIA, DSRRAU, Jodhpur, India

Neeraj K. Pathak, Gyan P. Sharma, Achala R. Kumawat, Effective Ayurvedic Treatment For Alcohol- Related Liver Dieases- A Case Study, Int. J. of Pharm. Sci., 2024, Vol 2, Issue 2, 279-284. https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.10650349

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