Author(s): Vitthal B.Bachate*, Raman S. Belge
Migraine is a neurological disorder that is frequently characterized by intense and debilitating headaches. According to the records, Migraine tends to affect people aged 15 to 55 years and the extreme pain or headache can last for hours or even days. Migraine is the third most prevalant and 7thleading cause of disability worldwide. There is no direct reference of Migraine in Ayurveda, but signs and symptoms of migraine can be co-related with Shiroroga, one of which is Ardhavabhedak. In Ayurveda, Nasyakarma plays a very important role in the management of Urdhvajatrugat Vikara. Thus an attempt has been made to evaluate the probable efficacy of polyherbal formulation Ksheerbala Taila in Ardhavabhedak.