Author(s): Dr. Shamma Sharma
Sweta pradara is one among the major diseases of modern era, increasing in prevalence. There is no separate entity of Sweta pradara as a disease in Ayurvedic literature like Brihattrayi but there are so many Stree Rogas in which Sweta pradara is considered and described as a symptom. However, sometimes it is so severe that it overshadows the symptoms of actual disease and women seek physician for the treatment of this symptom only. The present study includes 40 patients which, were selected and divided randomly into two groups. In gp1 dhataki churna was given orally and in gp 2 dhataki churna was given orally as well as locally for douching, for four weeks. Patients were assessed on the basis of improvement in signs and symptoms after the treatment.