Biochemical Analysis of Siddha Mineral Drug Vedikara Silasathu Parpam
Siddha System is one of the oldest system of medicine in India. It includes 32 internal medicine and 32 external medicine , totally 64 types of medicine . Vedikara silasathu parpam is one of the internal medicine mentioned in the literature “ Kannusaamiyam parambarai vaithiyam ” which is indicated for Neerkattu. Siddhars had classified the diseases into 4448 types. Yugi had classified urinary disorder into two, Neerinai arukkal noigal and Neerinai perukkal noigal, Neerkattu comes under Neerinai arukkal noikal.
Anuria or anuresis means suppression of urine. It may result from blocking of tubules of the kidney, gross obstruction to the urinary tract or rapid fall of blood pressure. The aim of the study was to evaluate the biochemical analysis of the drug Vedikara silasathu parpam and it indicates the presence of Calcium, Sulphate, Chloride, Carbonates And Ferrous Iron which revealed the enhancement of therapeutic action. Drug with Proper scientific evidence will be beneficial for the mankind in future.
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