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.