Clinical effects of ekal aushadhi and aushadhi yoga in sukhprasava: a review
Vedshruti Dongre and Dr. Rita Makim
Woman is a very beautiful creation of God and motherhood is a wonderful power given to her. Along with the joy of becoming a mother, there is also the fear of suffering during childbirth. World Health Organization (WHO) has been warning about the rising rate of C-section and recommends that countries should maintain a rate of 10-15% of total deliveries for LSCS. As per, National Family Health Survey 2015-2016 (NFHS –4), the Caesarean rates at population level in India seem to be average of 17.2%. Ayurveda elaborates types of Aahara, Vihara and Upchara for the antenatal care and during labour; to make the delivery of woman a pleasant experience. Many herbal drugs for Sukhaprasava has been suggested by many procedures which can be easily available. Even a single drug can modify the very painful delivery to Sukhaprasava.