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Five Specialised Therapies of Ayurveda: Panchkarma: Based on Ayurveda Saukhyam of Todarananda / Dash, Vaidya Bhagwan & Kashyap, Lalitesh
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Five Specialised Therapies of Ayurveda: Panchkarma: Based on Ayurveda Saukhyam of Todarananda
Dash, Vaidya Bhagwan & Kashyap, Lalitesh
 
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  Book ID : 2450
  ISBN-10 : 81-7022-397-0 / 8170223970
  ISBN-13 : 978-81-7022-397-9 / 9788170223979
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2003
  Edition : (Reprint)
  Language : English
  xxii, 239p., Index, 23 cm. (First Published in 1992) (Todarananda-Ayurveda Saukhyam Series No. 8)
   
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CONTENTS:-

I. DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF MENORRLIAGIA : Etiology; Signs and Symptoms in General; Varieties; Signs and Symptoms of Kaphaja, Paittika and Vatika Asrgdara; Signs and Symptoms of Sannipatika Asrgdara; Normal Menstruation; Prognosis; Some Roga (Polyuria); Etiology and Pathogenesis; Signs and Symptoms; Soma; Treatment of Menorrhagia; Recipes; Use of Asoka; Recipes; Pusyanuga curna; Satavari Ghrta; Mudgadi Ghrta; use of Kadali; Sita Kalyanaka Ghrta; Use of Candraprabha; Treatment of Soma Roga : Use of Kadali; Recipe; Recipes for Treatment of Leucorrhoea; Mutratisara (Serious types of Polyuria); Treatment; Emmenagogue Recipes; Panca-jiraka-gudavaleha; Jirakavaleha; Colophon, Notes and References.

II. DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DISEASES OF FEMALE GENITAL TRACT AND PROLAPSE UTERUS : Varieties and Etiology; Udavarta Yoni; Vandhya & Vipluta; Paripluta & Vatala; Lohitaksaya; Vamini; Prasramsini; Putraghni; Pittala; Atyananda; Karnini; Acarana and Aticarana; Slemala; Sandi; Andini; Vivrta and Sucivaktra Sannipatika Yoniroga; Prognosis; Yontkanda (Prolapse Uterus) : Etiology and Pathogenesis; Varieties and Their Signs and Symptoms; Line of Treatment; Recipes; Treatment of Vatika Yoniroga; Treatment of Paittika Yoniroga; Treatment of Kaphaja Yoniroga; Use of Mouse-flesh; Use of Laksmana; Recipes; Use of Palasa; Recipes; Colophon, Notes and References.

III. DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF ABNORMAL PREGNANCY : Etiology; Abortion and Miscarriage; Pathogenesis; Different Abnormal Presentations; Prognosis; Signs & Symptoms of Foetal Death; Causes of Foetal Death; Causes of Maternal Death; Recipe for Mudhagarbha; Treatment of Abortion During Different Months of Pregnancy; Recipe for Eleventh Month; recipe for Twelfth Month; Treatment During Seven Months of Pregnancy - An alternative view; Recipes; Hariberadi Kvatha; Recipes; Candanadi Kvatha; Tantra Yantra; Recipes for Placenta; Colophon. Notes and References.

IV. DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF PUERPERAL DISEASES : Makkalla; Signs and Symptoms of Puerperal Diseases; Etiology; Enumeration Puerperal Diseases; Recipe Post-partum Management; Recipes; Kantaka Pancamula; Recipe; Devadarvadi Kvatha; Recipes; Vajra Kanjika; Saubhagya; Sunthi; Recipe of Medicated Oil; Need for Proper Examination; Recipes for Lactation; Recipe for Child's Disease; Diagnosis and Correction of Defective Lactation; Brhat Sauhagya Sunthi (Nagara Khanda); Brhat Jirakavaleha; Pippalyadya Ghrta; Satapuspadya Ghrta; Colophon, Notes and References.

V. DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF BREAST-DISEASES : Pathogenesis; Varieties, Signs & Symptoms; Line of Treatment; External Application; Blood-letting, etc.; Recipe for Promoting Lactation; Colophon, Notes and References.

VI. DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF POLLUTED BREAST-MILK : Etiology; Signs of Pollution; Process of Milk Formation; Line of Treatment; Recipe for Pollution by Pitta; Recipe for Pollution by Pitta; Recipe for Pollution by Kapha; Pollution by All Three Dosas; Recipe for Purification of Breast Milk; Recipes for Increasing Lactation; Panca jurakavaleha; Phala Ghrta; Asvagandhadya Taila; Brhat Phala Ghrta; Nilotpaladi Ghrta; Soma Ghrta; Colophon, Notes and References.

VII. DIAGROSIS AND TREATMENT OF CHILDREN'S DISEASES : Three States of Infancy; Teething Time; Significance of Teething Time; Milk Vitiated by Vayu; Milk Vitiated by Pitta; Milk Vitiated by Kapha; Diagnosis of Pain in a Child; Kukunaka (Ophthalmia); Parigarbhika; Talukantaka; Visarpa (Erysipelas); Ajagalbka and Ahiputana; Other Diseases of the Child; Signs and Symptoms in General of Grahavesa; Seizure by Skanda Graha; Skandapasmara (Epileptic Fit Because of Seizure by Sakunt; Seizure by Kevati; Seizure by Putana; Seizure by Andha Putana; Seizure by Sita Putana Seizure by Mukha Mandika; Seizure by Naigamesa; Recipe; Substitutes of Mother's Milk; Recipes; Feed of Child Immediately After Birth; Recipe; Swelling in Umbilicus; Inflammation of Umbilicus; Recipes for Marasmus; Recipe for Anamaka; Recipe; Recipe for Prevention of Anamaka; Recipe for Anamaka; Medicated Oil; Caturbhadrika; Recipe for Bath; Talisman; Dose of Medicines for Child; Recipe; Recipe for Fever Bala Caturbhadrika; Recipe for Oedema; Dhatakyadi Curna; Recipes Recipes for Vomiting; Recipes for Cough; Recipe; Recipes for Diarrhoea; Recipe for Dry Cough Recipe for Hiccup; Recipe for Anuria; Recipes for Vomiting; Recipes for; Dysentery and Sprue; recipe for Inflamed Anus; Kanadi Leha for Anuria; Recipe for Flatulence; Recipe for Talupata; Recipe for Stomatitis; Recipes for Teething Trouble; Recipe for Hiccup; Recipes for Cough and Asthma; Puskaradi Curma; Recipes for Morbid Thirst : Dadimadi Curma; Recipes for Eye Diseases; Recipes for Ophthalmia; Recipe for Leucoderma etc.; Asvagandha Ghrta; Bala Cangeri Ghrta; Kumara Kalyana Ghrta; Astamangala Ghrta; Jlaksadi Taila; Line of Treatment of Other Diseases; Dosage for Children; Bath and Unguentum; Recipe's for Fumigation; Mantras for Propitiation of Grahas; Seizure by Nanda; Seizure by Sunanda; Seizure by Putana; Seizure by Mukha Mandika; Seizure by Kata Putana; Seizure by Sukanika; Seizure by Suska Revati; Seizure by Grhi; Seizure by Sutika; Seizure by Nairrta; Seizure by Pilipicchika; Seizure by Kamuka; Incantation for Dispelling Evil Spirits; Khadga Ravana Mantra; Colophon, Notes and Reference.

VIII. DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT OF DISEASES CAUSED BY POISONS : Classification of Poisons; Jangama Type of Poison; Sthavara Type of Poison; A Person Who has Administered Poison; Root and Leaf-Poisons; Fruit and Flower-Poisons; Bark-Poison; Latex and Mineral Poisons; Time of Death; Injury by Poisonous Weapon; Smearing Wounds with Poisons; Suicide by Poisons; Nature of Snakes; Bhogi and Mandali Types of Snakes; Rajila Type of Snake; Prognosis; Dusivisa; Signs and Symptoms of Dusivisa; Location in stomach and Colon; Location in Tissues; Other Signs and Symptoms; Another Definition of Dusivisa; Prognosis; Gara Poison; Signs and Symptoms of Gara Poison; Luta (Spider) Poison; Signs of Lam Poison; Prognosis; Rat-Poison; Prognosis; Chameleon-Poison; Scorpion-Poison; prognosis; Wasp-Poison; Poisonous Crab; Poisonous Frog; Poisonous Fish and Leeches; Poison of House Lizard and Centipede; Mosquito-Bite; Bee-Poison; Other Poisonous Bites; Signs of Poison-free State; Enumeration of Sthavara Poison; Preventive Recipes; Tying Bandage; Biting the Snake; Mantras, etc.; Human-Urine; Root of Kulika; Root of Pinditagara; Sveta Marica; Recipe of Collyrium; Vandhya Karkotaki; Mahagada; Affliction of Rasa Dhatu; Affliction of Rakta Dhaut; Recipe for Spider-Poison; Recipe for Rat-Poison; Recipes for Scorpion-Poison; Recipes; Dasanga Agada; Recipes; Use of Umbrella and Walking-Stick; Piaagata Poison; Kaphagata Poison; Vayugata Poison; Mantras; Recipe for Poison of House-Lizard; Bee-Poison; Animal-Bite; Recipe for Mad Dog-Bite; Recipes; Recipes for Snake-Bite; Recipe for Mad Dog-Bite; Recipe for Frog-Bite; Recipe for Sting by Fish; Recipe for Wasp Poison; Prohibitions; Signs of Bad Prognosis; Characteristics of Poisoned Food and Drinks; Characteristics of a Suitable Physician; Chief Supervisor of King's Kitchen; Kitchen; Kitchen Attendants; Need for Care; Subordination to Physician; Proper Scrutiny of Employees; Modes of Administering Poison; Examination of Poisoned Food; Examination of Served Food; Management of the Poisoning; Application of Sandal-Wood Paste; Touch of Poisoned Food; Intake of Poisoned Food; Poisoned Food in Stomach; Poisoned Food in Colon; Examination of Poisoned Drinks; Poisoned Vegetables, etc.; Poisoned Fruits; Poisoned Dantakastha; Poisoned Tongue-Scraper; Poisoned Massage Oil; Poisoned Unction, etc.; Poisoned Comb; Poisoned Sirobhyanga etc.; Poisoned Mukhalepa; Poisoning Elephants, etc.; Poisoned Nasya, etc. Poisoned Flower; Poisoned Ear-Drop; Poisoned Collyrium; Poisoned Foot-Wear; Poisoned ornaments; Treatment of Complications; Antidote for Poisoned Food; Protection of King; Types of Death; Priest and Physician; King's Luxury; King and Ordinary Man; Residence of Physician; Additional Information; Poisoned Water; Purifying Poisoned Water-Reservoir; Poisoned Land, etc.; Poisoned Grass, etc.; Poisoned Smoke; Colophon, Notes and References.

IX. REJUVENATION THERAPY : Utility of Rasayana Therapy; Definition; Time of Administration; Need for Body-Purification; Use of Haritaki; Use of Triphala; Rejuvenating Recipes; Bhrngaraja Kalpa (First Recipe); Bhrngaraja Kalpa (Second Recipe); Asvagandha Kalpa; Dhatri Kalpa; Vaca Kalpa; Vrddhadara Kalpa; Hastikarna Kalpa; Punarnava Kalpa; Brhat Dhatri Kalpa; Prajnakara Gurna; Recipes; Somaraji Kalpa; Use of Bhallataka; Bhallataka Kalpa; Milk; Nasa-jala-pana (Taking Water Through Nose); Usah Pana (Taking Water During Dawn); Water Inhalation at Dawn; Intake of Triphala Water; Significance of Rejuvenation Therapy; Prohibitions; Colophon, Notes and References.

X. APHRODISIAC THERAPY : Etiology (Psychic Factors); Etiology (Physical Factors); Prognosis; Goat's Testicles; Salmon Flower; Srvausadha Group of Drugs; Sugandhamalaka; Sesame Seeds; Vidarikanda; Amalaki; Vidarikanda (Second Recipe); Atmagupta; Uccata; Satavari; Madhuka etc.; Musalikanda etc.; Atmagupta (Second Recipe); Varahikanda etc.; Salmon Root; Recipes; Satavaryavaleha; Betel-Nut and Betel-Leaf; Masa; Recipes; Narasimha Curna; Kamadeva Curna; Sanmukha Rasa; Vasanta Kusumakara; Ill-Effects of Excess Sex; Good Effects of Celebacy; Guda Kusmandavaleha; Attributes of Aphrodisiacs; Asvagandha Ghrta; Mahasugandhi Taila; Aromatic Flowers Having Aphrodisiac Effect; Recipes for Strengthening Vaginal Muscles; Aphrodisiac Woman; Age of Woman; Contraceptive Recipes; Yantra for Seminal Retention; Recipes; Nirasa Gutika; Recipes; Recipe for Depilation; Recipe for Removing Foul Smell; Recipes; Signs and Symptoms of Seminal Debility; Colophon, Notes and References.

XI. OLEATION THERAPY : Introduction; Vehicles; Accha Sneha (Pure Fat); Dose; Post-Prandial Milk; Thirst After Sneha; Indigestion of Sneha; Duration of Oleation Therapy; Sneha for Elimination and Alleviation Therapies; Sneha With Food; Instant Oleation Therapy; Prohibited Persons; Ununctuous Person; Appropriate Oleation; Excessive Oleation; Recipes; Effect of Oleation Therapy; Sneha and Digestive Power; Oleation and Elimination Therapy; Prohibitions; Digestive Period; Colophon, Notes and References.

XII. FONENTATION, INHALATION, SMOKING AND GARGLING THERAPIES : Modes of Administering Fomentation Therapy; Fomentation for Different Dosas; Fomentation as Preparatory Therapy; Other Indications; Mode of Action; Benefits of Fomentation; How to Administer Fomentation; When to Stop Fomentation; signs of Proper Fomentation; Excessive Fomentation; Management of Complications; Unsuitable Patients; Inhalation Therapy : Definition; Varieties; Time of Administration; Contra-Indications; Age of patient; Vairecana Nasya; Dose; Quantity of Ingredients in Recipe; Two Varieties of Recana Nasya; Avapida Nasya; Pradhamana Nasya; Indications for Virecaka Nasya; Indications for Snaihika Nasya; Indications for Avapida Nasya; Indications for Pradhamana Nasya; Recipes; Varieties of Snehana Nasya; Dose; Frequency of Therapy; Complications; Indications of Snehana Nasya; Recipes of Snehana Nasya: Knnkuma Nasya; Recipes; Masadi Nasya; Pratimarsa Type of Nasya; Measurement of Drop; When to Use Pratimaria Nasya; Mode of Administration; Indications of Pratimarsa Nasya; Inhalation Therapy for Gray hair; Method of Administration; Signs of Appropriate Administration; Signs of Less Administration; Signs of Excessive Administration; Management; Excessive' Oleation; Panca Karma (Five Specialised Therapies); Smoking Therapy : Varieties; Synonyms unsuitable Persons; Complications and Their Management; Suitable Persons for Smoking; Smoking for Healthy Person; Smoking Pipe; Preparation of Cigar; Mode of Administration; Method of Vrana Dhupana; Recipes for Different Types of Smpking; Aparajita Dhupa; Prohibitions; Gandusa Kavala and Pratisarana Gondola (Rinsing the Mouth With Mouthful of Decoction) - Varieties; Preparation of Different Types of GantjOfa; GapjOfa and Kavala; Age of Patient; Duration of Holding GandOfa in Mouth; Recipes for Gandusa; Recipes for Kavala; Pratisarana (Rubbing of Drugs); Recipes for Pratisarana; Improper and Proper Administration; Colophon, Notes and References.

XIII. EMETIC AND PURGATION THERAPIES : Importance; Emetic Therapy : Seasons for Administration; Suitable Persons for Emetic Therapy; Persons Unsuitable for Emetic Therapy; Exceptions; Preparatory Treatment; Nature of Ingredients; Preparation of Decoction; Dose; Bouts of Vomiting; Measurement; Ingredients for Different Dosas; Method of Administration; Signs of Improper Emesis; Management of Complications; Shrinking of the Tongue; Protrusion of Tongue; Opened Eyes; Dislocation of Mandibular Joint; Blood-Vomiting; Morbid Thirst, etc.; Signs of Proper Emesis; Post-Therapeutic Measures; Therapeutic Effects of Emesis; Prohibitions; Purgation Therapy : Time of Administration; Suitable Seasons for Purgation; Indications; Unsuitable Persons; Suitable Patients; Nature of Kostha (colon); Dose and Drugs for Different Kosthas; Bouts of Purgation; Dose of Decoction; Other Ingredients; Recipes for Different of Recipes for Different Seasons; Adhaya Modaka; Recipes; Precautions; Emetic and Purgation Therapies; Improper (Less of) Purgation Therapy; Management; Excessive Purgation; Management; Post-Therapeutic Regimens; Effects of Purgation Therapy; Prohibitions; Wholesome Food; Colophon, Notes and References

XIV. MEDICATED ENEMA : Varieties; Order of Description; Matra Basti; Suitable and Unsuitable Patients; Nozzle for Enema; Size and Shape of Nozzle; Selection of Urinary Bladder for Basti; Vrana Basti; Effects of Basti; When to Administer Anuvasana Basti; Food Before Basti; Dose; Method of Administration; Duration; Matra; Signs of Appropriately Administered Anuvasana; After care; Course of Anuvasana Basti; Gudacyadi Taila; Complications; Regimens; Niruha Basti : Varieties; Synonym; Dose; Unsuitable Persons; Suitable Persons for Niruha; Method of Administration; Signs of Appropriately Administered Niruha; Signs of Improper Niruha; Signs of Proper Niruha and Anuvasana; Course of Niruha; Niruha for Different Dosas; After Care; Mild Niruha; Three Types of Basti; Vaitarana Basti; Utklesana Basti (Exciting Enema); Dosahara Basti (Dosa-Eliminating Enema); Sodhana or Samaria Basti (Alleviating Enema); Lekhana Basti (Depleting Enema); Brrnhana Basti (Nourishing Enema); Picchila Basti (Slimy Enema); Quantity of Drugs in Enema; Quantity of Drugs for Different Dosas; Madhu Tailika Basti; Dipana Basti (Digestive-Stimulant Enema); Yuktarasa Basti; Siddha Basti; Preparation of Recipes for Basti; Ksara Basti (Alkali Enema); Regiments for Niruha; Colophon, Notes and References.

XV. URETHRAL AND VAGINAL DOUCHE : Nozzle for Adult Males; Dose of Oil for Adult Male; Method of Administration; Nozzle for vaginal Douche; Nozzle for Female Urethra; Nozzle for Infants; Dose of Oil for Female and Infants; Method of Administering Vaginal Douche; Effects of Uttara Basti; Suppository; Colophon, Notes and References.

XVI. BLOOD-LETTING THERAPY : Quantity of Blood to be Removed; Suitable Season; Characteristics of Normal Blood; Properties of Five Mahabhutas; Signs of Blood-Vitiation; Signs of Increased Quantity of Blood; Signs of Decreased Quantity of Blood; Vitiation of Blood by Vayu; Vitiation of Blood by Pitta; vitiation of Blood by Kapha; Vitiation by Two or Three Dosas; Vitiation of Blood by Poisons; Characteristics-of Normal Blood; Patients Suitable for Blood-Letting Therapy; Modes of Administering Blood-Letting Therapy; Centra-Indications of Blood-Letting Therapy; Different Modes of Blood-Letting; Area of Effect; Factors Prohibiting Bleeding; Measures to Induce Bleeding; Causes of Excessive Bleeding; Measures to check Excessive Bleeding; Selection of sites for Cauterisation Therapy; Limit of Blood-Letting Therapy; Signs of Excessive Bleedings; Need for Protecting Blood; After care; Signs of Appropriate Blood-Letting; Prohibitions; Application of Leeches for Blood-Letting; Variety of Leeches; Poisonous Leeches; Characteristic Features of Poisonous Leeches; Signs and Management of Poisonous Leech-Bite; Non-Poisonous Leeches; Characteristic Features of Nonpoisonous Leeches; Habitat of Nonpoisonous Leeches; Effect of Habitat on Nature of Leeches; Collection and Storage of Leeches; Unsuitable Leeches; Method of Leech-Application; After Care; Expertise of Physician; Colophon, Notes and References.

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Based on Todarananda Ayurveda Saukhyam, this series in nine volumes covers lmost all the aspects of Ayurveda, including fundamentals principles, anatomy, physiology, hygiene and public health, examination of patients, diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of diseases, iatrochemistry, materia medica and five specialised therapies, known as Ranch Karma.

While volumes one and two deal with materia medica and basic principles of Ayurveda, respectively, volumes three to seven cover the diagnosis and treatment of different diseases. Five specialised therapies (Panch-Karma) and Rasa Sastra make part of volumes eight and nine respectively. Besides the original Sanskrit text, all the volumes contain its English translation, extensive glossary of technical terms, various indices, notes and references.

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