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Panchakarma, 4 Volumes / Kar, Pulak Kanti (Dr.)
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Kar, Pulak Kanti (Dr.)
 
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  Book ID : 42383
 
 
  Place of Publication : Delhi
  Year of Publication : 2013
  Edition : (First Edition)
  Language : English & Sanskrit
  Vol.1: Essentials of Panchakarma Therapy: 263p., Col. Plts., Tables, Annex., 25 cm. ISBN: 8170845122/81-7084-512-2 | 9788170845126 / 978-81-7084-512-6 (The Chaukhamba Ayurvijnan Studies No. 111) Vol.2: Architecture and Applied Instruments in Panchakarma: 179p., Col. Plts., Tables, 25 cm. ISBN: 8170845149/81-7084-514-9 | 9788170845140 / 978-81-7084-514-0 (The Chaukhamba Ayurvijnan Studies No. 112) Vol.3: Mechanism of Panchakarma and Its Module of Investigation: 143p., Col. Plts., Tables, 25 cm. ISBN: 8170845165/81-7084-516-5 | 9788170845164 / 978-81-7084-516-4 (The Chaukhamba Ayurvijnan Studies No. 113) Vol.4: Principles and Practice of Panchakarma: 860p., Tables, Append., 25 cm. ISBN: 8170845181/81-7084-518-1 | 9788170845188 / 978-81-7084-518-8 (The Chaukhamba Ayurvijnan Studies No. 114)
   
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 CONTENTS
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CONTENTS:-

Vol.1: Essentials of Panchakarma Therapy:
Part I:
1 Purvakarma
1.1 Snehena
I. Bahya Snehana:
a) Abhyanga
b) Mardana
c) Unmardana
d) Murdhva taila
e) Shiro Abhyanga
f) Shiro Sheka
g) Shiro Pichu
h) Shiro Basti
i) Karnapurana
j) Nasatarpana
k) Akshitarpana
l) Mastihkya:
m) Snehavagahana
n) Snehadhara
II. Abhuantara Snehana
a) Sarpi (Ghrita)
b) Taila
c) Vasa
d) Majja
1.2 Svedana
2 Pradhana Karma
2.1 Vamana
2.2 Virechana
2.3 Basti
I. Niruha
II. Sneha Basti
2.4 Nasya
I. General Procedure
II. Dhmapana
2.5 Raktamokshana
Part II:
1 Some Special Svedana Procedures
1.1 Pinda Svesa
1.2 Shashtikashali Pinda Sveda
1.3 Annlepana:
1.4 Patra Pauttali Sveda
1.5 Jambira Pinda Sveda
1.6 Churna Pinda Sveda
1.7 Pan ni Kizhi
1.8 Baluka Sveda
1.9 Tuhsa(Husk) Pinda
1.1 Lavana Pinda Sveda
1.11 Jeeraka Pinda Svda
1.12 Karisha Pinda Sveda
1.13 Anda Sveda
2 Drava Sveda
2.1 Avagha Sveda
2.2 Dhara
2.3 Shirodhara
2.4 Kashiradhara or Dugdhadhara
2.5 Takradhara
2.6 Dhanyamla dhara
2.7 Pizhichil
2.8 Pizhin n u tad'aval
3 Shiro Pichu
4 Shiro Basti
5 Tala
6 Tala Potichchil
7 Nadi Sveda
8 Kshiradhuma
9 Upanaha
9.1 Niragmika Upahnaha
9.2 Sagneya Upanaha
10 Some Local Basti
10.1 Kati Basti
10.2 Urahbasti
10.3 Griva basti
11 Udvartana
12 Akshi Tarpana
13 Karna Purana
14 Mukhalepa
Part III: Standard Pancakarma tratment of some common diseases
Part IV: Some photographs of the patuebts treated with Panchajarma
Part V: Annexure

Vol.2: Architecture and Applied Instruments in Panchakarma:
Panchakarma Theatre As Described In the Classics
Panchakarma Suitable In OPD Level
Panchakarma Suitable in 100 Sq Feet Area
Panchakarma Suitable In 300 Sq Feet Area
Panchakarma Suitable In 500 To 1000 Sq Feet Area
Storage Of Medicine and Utensils For Different Panchakarma Units
Panchakara Hospital
Panchakarma Resort
Applied Instruments

Vol.3: Mechanism of Panchakarma and Its Module of Investigation:
Part I:
1. Mechanism of Snehgana and Svedana
2. Mechanism of Vamana
3. Mechanism of Virechana
4. Mechanism of Basti
5. Mechanism of Uttarabasti
6. Mechanism of Nasya
7. Mechanism of Raktamokshana
Part II:
Standard Investigation Modules for Diseases indicated n Panchakarma

Vol.4: Principles and Practice of Panchakarma:
I. Snehana:
1. Types of Sneha:
2. List of common sneha dravya:
3. Indications of snehana- karma:
4. Contra-indications of snehana-karma
5. Sneha pana kala:
6. Complications of snehapana if taken in wrong time:
7. List of Sneha to be used in different diseases:
8. Fixation of dose:
9. Determination of Koshtha:
10. Does calculaton:
11. Dietary regimen suggested by Charaa and Vagbhatta
12. Pradhana karma:
13. Snehapjirna lakshan:
14. Pradhana karma:
15. Sadyasnehana Yoga:
16. Sneha Vyapada
17. Bahya Snehana(external oleation)
A. Abhyanga:
B. Udnartana:
C. Mardana, Unamardana:
D. Padaghata:
E. Padabhyanga:
F. Samvahana:
G. Lepa:
H. Parisheka:
I. Gandusha
J. Murdha taila:
K. Karma Purana:
L. Nasa tarpana:
M. Akshi Tarpana:
N. Mastishkya:
O. Snehabagahana:
18. List of Snehana in different diseases:
II. Svedana:
1. Properties, main actions & predominance of mahabhura of svehana dravya:
2. Types of svedana:
3. Indication of sankara sveda
4. References of pinda sveda
5. Prastara sveda
6. Some indications of prastara sveda
7. Nadi sveda
8. Some references of madi sveda
9. Avagaha sveda:
10. Some references of nadi avagaha:
11. Pizhichil:
12. Indication of parisheka:
13. Jentaka sveda:
14. Ashmaghana sveda:
15. Some references of ashmahhana sveda
A. Karshusveda:
B. Bhu sveda
C. Kumbhi sveda
D. Kupa sveda
E. Holaka sveda
F. Tapa sveda
G. Ushma sveda:
H. Upanaha sveda:
I. Three varieties of upanaha
J. Some references of upanha
K. Drava sveda
L. Anagneya sveda
M. Vyayama
N. Ushnasadana
O. Gurupravarana
P. Kshudha
Q. Bahupana
R. Bhaya
S. Krodha
T. Upanaha sveda:
U. Ahava
V. Atapa
16. Samyaka svedana lakshana
17. Ayoga of svedana
18. Atisvinna lakshan
19. Treatment for atisvinna
20. Indication of svedana
III. Vamana:
1. Sambhara Smgraha (collection of necessary utensils):
2. Vamana Karma
3. Indication of vamana
4. Contra indication of vamana
5. Reasons behind avoiding Vanana in contra indicated cases
6. Determination of Koshtha of the persom in vamana:
7. Pradhana karma:
8. Matra of vamana aushadha:
9. Characteristics of samuaka-vamana
10. Characteristics of Asamyaka-vanana
11. Characteristics of Ati vamana
12. Pashchat karma
13. Evaluation of the shuddhi by several means
14. Details of complications
15. Samsarjana karma
16. Types of samsarhana krama
A. Peyadi samsarjana kraa
B. Tarpanadi krama
17. Table showing vuapada mentioned in different sanhita
18. Upadrava of vamana & virechana
19. Some common indications of Vamana
20. No. of Kalpana of Vamaka dravyas mentioned in Charaka Kalpasthana
IV. Virechana:
1. List of virechana drugs
2. Best drugs for virechana
3. Classfication of virechana drugs
4. Virechana karma
5. Indication for virechana
6. Contra-Indications (Ayogya)
7. Selsection of virechana drugs as per the doshika dominancy
8. Dietetic regimen before virechana
9. Aushadhi matra of virechana
10. Assess ment of virechana
11. Samyaka Yoga Lakshana of Virechana Karma
12. Ayoga lakshana of Virechana karma
13. Atiyoga Lakshana of Virechana karma
14. Samsarjana krama
15. Tarpandi krama
16. Some kalpanas of Virechana
17. Indication of virechana in different diseases
V. Basti:
1. Classification of basti
2. Medicines used in basti
3. Indication of asthapana
4. Contra indication of asthapana
5. Indication of anuvasana
6. Contra indicationof anuvasana
7. Putaka Dosha and its complication
8. Basti netra
9. Table of calibre of the hole of nozzle according to age
10. Size of basti-netra, parinaha and karnika according to age(Sushruta)
11. Netra Dosha and its complication
12. Procedure of basti therapy
13. Niruha basti: Samyaka yoga lakshana
14. Niruha basti atiyoga lakshana
15. Nirhua basti atiyoga lakshana
16. Complications of niryha basti and their signs synotins and treatment
17. Signs and symptoms of proper anuvasana(samyaka yoga lakshana)
18. Anuvasana basti ayoga/hinayoga lakshana
19. Anuvasana basti atiyoga lakshana
20. Complications of sneha basti with their signs-symptoms and treatment
21. Uttarabasti
22. Basti vyapad according to Sushruta
23. Some important preparations of basti
VI. Nasaya Karma:
1. Classification of nasya
2. Administration of nasya
A. Purva karma
3. General indications of nasya
4. Contra indications of naysa
5. Effect of nasya if administered in contra indicated condition
B. Pradhana karma:
6. Samyaka Yoga Lakshana of Virechana Karma
7. Ayoga
C. Pashchat karma
8. Dose of nasya at a glance
9. Duration of nasya karma
10. Some hasya yoga
11. Indication of nasya in different diseases
VII. Raktamokshana:
1. Importance of rakta-mokshan
2. Types of rakta- mokshana
3. Prachchhana
4. Procedure
5. Shringavacharana
6. Alabu-avacharana
7. Ghati yantra
8. Sirvyadha
9. Rakta-mokshana yogya
10. Rakta-mokshana ayogya
11. Rakta-mokshana-- samyaka srava lakshana
12. Asamyaka srava lakshana
13. Raktamokshana ti srave lakshan
14. Four measures to stop bleeding
15. Jalauka avacharana
VIIII. Appendix.

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 DESCRIPTION
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Volume 1:
Comprehensive view of Panchkarma has been presented in this book with sequential illustrations. The pure connotation of Panchakarma has been magnified here in its applied form. The brief documentation will definitely enrich the out -come of Panchakarma in a qualiltative shape. The requisite therapy for the diagnosed disease in allopathic system is also tuned here with generalized therapeutic modules for the ready reference of the Ayurvedic practitioners. Few photographs of the patients before and after Panchakarma therapy are also added to encourage the concerned students ad physicians to incorporate this noble therapy into their daily practice. Moreover a short profile of Panchakarma has been annexed in this book to maintain the procedure and records in an arranged shape. This book will be immensely helpful to the Ayurvedic practitioners who are not well acquainted with Panchakarma but want to perform it in a rational way.

Volume 2:
How to establish a Panchakarma centre’ is a frequently asked question, at least once by the junior Ayurvedic practitioners who have little money, small space but a sky limit hoe. This book may bring them ambrosia of confidence that they can do it even in their available space. In this book, therapies suitable for OPD level, small and clinic and moderate to large set up are illustrated with appropriate architecture. The utensils and instruments, which were used in ancient period, are mentioned here along with their modulated form which can be used in the sophisticated set up. List of medicines to be stored in the Panchakarma hospital as well as in the small set up is also mentioned in this book for ready reference. This is the easiest guide to be gone through even before dreaming of a sophisticated establishment of Pnachakarma.

Volume 3:
Same drug act in different ways based on the route of administration. Different routes as nasal roeute, oral route, vaginal route, urethral route and rectal route are used for the administration of the drugs in Panchakarma. Action of drug is well described in the different compendium and the clinical efficacy of Panchakarma is well explained and practiced thoroughly, but the mechanism of the action of Ayurvedic drug is till unexplored in modern perspective. The mechanism of action of therapy as mentioned in Samhita is scientific if analysed in modern purview considering the Physiology, Anatomy, bio-chemistry etc. An attempt has been made in this book to establish the hypothetical mode of action of the therapy in Panchakarma for better understanding with scientific entity keeping the principle intact. This book will be beneficial for the students, teachers and professional who are always keen to know the hidden truth of Panchakarma.

Volume 4:
The theoretical part of Panchakarma has been explained in this book with an outstanding clinical appricha. The procedures have been critically analyzed in the purview of the concept of Panchakarma depicted in the compendium supportaed by appropaiate referencees. The subject is presented in such a way that Ayurvedic people can realise the matter with a rational vision and can perform the therapy in daily practice.

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