Disease Treatments

Apasmara (Epilepsy) Treatment

Apasmara Treatment   In Apasmara dosha, Vitiated due to agitation of mind blocks the vessels of  Manova Srotas amking the person to get his Mind and Intellect blank, creating a confused state. The Premonitary Symptoms are Feeling emptiness in heart region, Perspiration, Unconsciousness, Loss of functions of sense organs, Insomnia, Excessive Salivation, Giddiness, tastelessness, weakness etc. Symptoms of...

Stree Roga – Gynecological Disorders in Ayurveda

  Stree Roga - Gynecological Disorders in Ayurveda       Introduction: The diseases those mainly occur in females and are related to reproductive system. The major area of the diseases iscovered by Yonivyaapad mentioned in Samhitaa which are related to menstruation and female genital organs. The restare related to the various states of female like diseases in pregnancy, diseases during and after delivery and diseases during lactation.   Mood`ha Garbha   Reference: C.Sha.8,...

Krimi roga Chikitsa/Treatment for worm infestation in Ayurveda

  Sampraapti: Due to causative aggravating factors, Kapha and Pitta gets aggravated. It generates different types of Krimi. These Krimi reside at various places in the body. e.g.Aamaas`haya, Pakvaas`haya, Dhamanee, Rakta etc.   Types: There are 20 types of Krimi, which can be also divided as Baahya Aabhyantara There are also numerous types of Krimi, which can not be counted. According to origin, Krimi are of three types, which could be again classified as visible and invisible. Dris`hya (visible): Pureeshaja (7)...

Bhagna Chikitsa/Fracture treatment in Ayurveda

  Bhagna Chikitsa - Fractures in Ayurveda   Introduction: Bhagna is fracture or dislocation of joint or bone. Charaka Samhitaa has described Asthi Bhagna in the Vran`a chapter. It is said that a wound with a Bhagna heals with difficulty. General treatment of Bhagna includes Asthi Sandhaana.   Saamaanya Chikitsaa: Asthi Bhagna is considered as Vran`a according to Charaka. In the condition, Asthi Bhagna (fracture) or Asthi Chyuta (dislocation), the bones should be placed in the original anatomical position properly (Reduction of the fracture)....

Vidradhi Chikitsa

Introduction: Vidradhi is an elevation on the surface of the skin which manifests with Oedema. It is S`hastrakarmasaadhyaVyaadhi. Charakaachaarya has explained Vidradhi as one of the types of the PramehaPid`akaa. But he has also stated that without suffering form Prameha, thesePramehaPid`akaa including Vidradhi can get manifested.   Nirukti:   Dusht`aRaktaatimaatratvaat Sa VaiS`heeghramVidahyate | TatahS`heeghravidaahitvaatVidradhiItiAbhidheeyate | (Cha. Su. 17/95) S`heeghravidaahaadVidradhih | (Su. Ni. 9/1 Gayadaasa)   Sampraapti:   Dosha vitiate skin, Rakta, Maamsa and Medas. They are harboured on Asthi. Gradually, these Dosha create serious Oedema. This Oedema (S`hopha) has large base....

Mukharogas in Ayurveda – Diseases of Face

Mukharogas in Ayurveda - Diseases of Face   Reference: S.Ni.16, C.Su.18, C.Chi.12, C.Chi.26, A.H.U.21   Synonyms: Vadana Roga-D`alhan`a.   Mukharoga are the diseases related to the Mukha i.e. Mouth.   Mukharoga - Aayatanaani (Sthaana): Osht`ha Danta Moola Danta Jihvaa Taalu Kan`t`ha Mukha (CompleteMukha)   In Charaka Samhitaa, following diseases related to Mukha etc. are explained in Chikitsaasthaana S`haalooka Bid`aalikaa Taalu Vidradhi Upjihvikaa. Adhijihvikaa Upakus`ha DantaVidradhi Galas`hun`d`ikaa Galagan`d`a 10.Galagraha 11.Rohin`ee   These all diseases are explained by Charaka, under the S`hotha Prakaran`a, as they all manifest with the Utsedha(elevation due to oedema). This is extraordinary thinking by Charaka.   Rogaas`hchotsedha Saamaanyaad Adhimaamsaarbudaadayah...

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