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Caraka Samhita (Volume III Cikitsa Sthana Chap. I-XIV)
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The Caraka Samhita stands at the top of the ancient texts representing the School of Medicine in Ayurveda founded by the great Scholar-Sage Punarvasu Atreya. Its value is further enhanced by the fact that it is the only text available in complete form where-as other contemporary Samhitas such as of Jatukarna, temporary Samhitas such as of Jatukarna, Parasara etc. perished, that of Bhela is incomplete and that of Harita is dragged into controversy. Thus any scholar desirous to know about the fundamentals of Ayurveda and its approach to life, health and disease has essentially to take resort to the study of this text unique in depth and divergence. It is rightly said, "whatever is not here can not be found anywhere else."

Historically too, it is quite interesting, Like an archaeological edifice. If it is dug into one would come across three distinct strate of authorship ascribed to Agnivesa, Caraka and Drdhabala in successive order.

And Translation This immensely valuable text needed since long a faithful and simple translation into English communicating the ideas as they are without divulging into dogmatic details which make the situation terse particularly for a young scholar. This comes from the pen of two erudite scholars of Ayurveda who has devoted the major part of the life in studying the text intensively from various angles and has command over both the languages concerned.

Thus the present work is a definite improvement in that its easy narrative style permits a Scholar not acquainted with Sanskrit syntax to grasp the various concepts of Ayurveda. Moreover, the present translation represents the first attempt of its kind to express in English the Ayurveda Dipika commentary by Cakrapanidatta, which sheds light after light on the text.

Vaidya Bhagwan Dash

Alongside what can be termed official medical science, the search for new drugs, and all the activity connected with the discovery of nature's secrets there exists a vast body of knowledge which stretches back into the ancient realms of time.

People without number throughout the world are fascinated by, and drawn to the world of alternative medicine which is receiving evermore recognition and appreciation in view of the use of the elements which our mother earth offers.

Vaidya Bhagwan Dash, former deputy adviser on Ayurveda to the Indian Ministry of Health, is a leading expert in a field which brings together ancient traditions and innovation in an attempt to meet the enormous needs of a country such as India.

On the sound basis of his medical training and research, Dash has furthered his studies, and as a recognised authority in Ayurveda has taken his knowledge and caring beyond his country.

He can look back on a long career in medicine and public service and among the many appointments he has held figures that of Director of the Yoga Research Institute in New Delhi.

The Pie Manzu Centre intends recognizing the contribution which Vaidya Bhagwan Dash has made to the health and well-being of mankind by awarding him the medal of the Presidency of the Italian Senate.

About the Author

Dr. Ram Karan Sharma (born March 20, 1927 at Shivapuri, Saran, Bihar) was initiated to Vedic and allied studies (including Ayurveda) on traditional lines by Pandit Ambikadatta Sharma at Lokamanya Brahmacaryasrama, Muzaffarpur. As a full bright scholar, he worked with Prof. M. B. Emeneau at the University of California, Berkeley, U. S. A. College Muzaffarpur and Dr. Ishvara Datta (Patna College) affiliated to Patna University.

He was founder Director, Rashtriya Sanskrit Sansthan; vice Chancellor, Sampurnanand and Sanskrit University and Kameshvara Singh Darbhanga Sanskrit University; Joint Educational Adviser, Govt. of India; Visiting of Bihar. Presently he is the President of International Association of Sanskrit Studies. Areas of his special interest are: Panini, Mahabharata, Darsana, Kavya and Ayurveda. More than one hundred research papers and about a dozen major publications he has authored. His creative writings include Sandhya (Poetry), a recipient of Sahitya Akademi award and Sima (Novel) a recipient of Bharatiya Bhasha Parishad award.

Vaidya Bhagwan Dash (born Oct. 1934 in Parbatipur, Orissa) has had an outstandingly brilliant academic career. In addition to graduate and postgraduate qualifications in Ayurveda, he holds a Master's degree in Sanskrit and a Doctorate from University of Delhi.

In the course of over forty years dedicated to research and practice of Ayurveda, Dr. Dash has attended several international conferences and seminars held in Brazil, Mexico, Italy and France. He was invited to deliver a course of lectures in Ayurveda at the Patrice Lumumba Friendship University, Moscow and the Australia School of Ayurveda at Adelaide, South Australia.

A Sanskrit scholar, he handles the English Language with equal felicity. A significant advantage to his propensity for research in Ayurveda is Dr. Dash's proficiency in Tibetan Medicine.

Author of over sixty important publications covering different aspects of Ayurveda and Tibetan Medicine, he is recipient of several prestigious awards including a Gold Medal from the Presidency of Italian Senate for outstanding services he has made to the health and well-being of mankind.

He was deputy Adviser in Adviser in Ayurveda to the Government of India in the Ministry of Health and F. W. till 1981, when he took voluntary retirement to enable him to devote more time for academic and research activities. As a Consultant in Traditional Medicine of the World Health Organisation, he had paid several visits to Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma and Mongolia to study and advise on the Health Development Programmes of those countries.

CONTENTS
KIKITSASTHANAM
CHAPTER I : 1
First Quarter of the chapter on
REJUVENATION THERAPY RASAYANADHYAYA FIRST PADA
Dealing with Terminalia Chebula and Emblica officinalis
Verse/
Paragraph
No.
Page
No.
Introduction1-23
Synonyms of Medicament34
Categories of Medicines46
Types of Abhesaja56
Distinctive features of Medicines5-67
Effects of Rejuvenation Therapy7-88
Effects of Aphrodisiac Therapy9-128
Elucidation of Medicines13-149
Elucidation of Abhesaja1510
Types of Rejuvenation therapy16-2410
Preparatory Elimination Therapy24-2812
Attributes of Haritaki29-3713
Method of Collection of Drugs38-4015
Brahma Rasayana First-Type)41-5716
Brahma Rasayana (Second Type)58-6118
Gyavana Prasa62-7420
Amalaka Rasayana7521
Recipes of Haritaki76-7723
Summary78-8124
CHAPTER I : 2
SECOND QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON REJUVENATION THERAPY BEGINNING WITH THE TERM PRANAKAMA (RASAYANADHYAYA SECOND PADA)
Introduction1-226
Importance of Rejuvenation Therapy326
Amalakaghrta4-626
Amalaka Avaleha730
Amalaka Gurna831
Vidangavaleha931
Another Recipe of Amalaki Avaleha1032
Nagabala Rasayana1132
Other Recipes1234
Bhallataka Ksaudra1334
Bkallataka Ksaudra1436
Bhallataka taila1537
Different Recipes of Bhallataka1637
Summary17-2338
CHAPTER I : 3
THIRD QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON REJUVEVATION THERAPY DEALING WITH BY THE ADMINISTRATION OF AMALAKI (RASAYANADHYAYA THIRD PADA)
Introduction1-240
Amalakayasa BRAHMA RASAYANA3-640
Eligible Beneficiaries7-842
Kevalamalaka Rasayana9-1443
Lauhadi Rasayana15-2343
Aindra Rasayana24-2945
Medhya Rasayana30-3146
Pippali Rasayana32-3546
Pippali Vardhamana Rasayana36-4047
Triphala Rasayana41-4748
Silajatu48-5050
Silajatu Rasayana51-54 1/250
Varieties of Silajatu and their utility1/2 55-6151
Prohibitions and Therapeutic effect52-6552
Summary6654
CHAPTER I : 4
6654
FOURTH QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON REJUVENATION THERAPY DEALING WITH ORIGINAL PROPAGATION OF AYURVEDA (Rasayanadhyaya 4th Chapter)
Introduction1-255
Return of Sages to the Himalayas355
Discussion with Indra4-556
Indrokta with Indra4-556
Recipe of other celestial drugs7-1258
Indrokta Rasayana-another recipe13-2661
Suitability for Rejuvenation Therapy27-2963
Aeara Rasayana30-3563
Ineligible Persons36-3864
Importance of Physician39-5166
Definitions of Vaidya and Dvija52-6267
Summary63-6469
CHAPTER 2
FIRST QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON APHRODISIACS (Vajikaranadhyaya First Pada)
Introduction1-271
Objects of Aphrodisiac Therapy3-471
The best among the Aphrodisiacs4-872
Excellence of the Women8-1676
In Praise of many Children16-2476
Brmhani Gutika24-3376
Vajikarana Ghrta33-3877
Vajikarana Pinda Rasa31-4178
Vrsya mahisa Rasa42-4379
Vrsya Rasa44-4579
Vrsya Mamsa 4680
Vrsya masa yoga4780
Vrsya Kukkuta mamsa Prayoga4880
Vrsya Anda Rasa4980
Summary50-5380
CHAPTER 2
SECOND QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON APHRODISIACS DEALING WITH ASIKTA KSIRIKA VAJIKARANADHYAYA SECOND PADA
Introduction1-28
Apatyakari sastikadi gutika3-982
Vrsya Pupalikadi Yoga10-1383
Apatyakara Svarasa14-1784
Vrsya Ksira18-2084
Vrsya Ghrta21-3385
Vrsya dadhisara24-2685
Vrsya Sastikaudana2786
Vrsya Pupalika28-2986
Summary30-3287
CHAPTER 2
THIRD QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON APHRODISIACS VAJIKARANADHYAYA THIRD PADA DEALING WITH MASAPARN ABHRTIYA
Introduction1-1188
Vrsya Pippali12-1390
Vrsya Payasa1490
Vrsya Pupalika15-1793
Vrsya Satvari Ghrta1891
Vrsya Madhuka Yoga1991
Summary20-3193
CHAPTER 2
FOURTH QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON APHRODISIACS VAJIKARANADHYAYA FOURTH PADA DEALING WITH PUMANJATABALADIKA
Introduction1-1095
Vrsya Mamsa Gutika11-1496
Vrsya Mahisa Rasa15-1697
Vrsya Ghrtabhrsta Matsya and Mamsa17-1898
Vrsya Pupalika19-2298
Vrsya Masadi Pupalika23-2799
Apatyakara Ghrta28-2999
Vrsya Gutika30-32100
Vrsya Utkarika33-35100
Semen36-49101
Attributes of Semen50105
Definition of Vajikarana51105
Summary52-53105
CHAPTER III
SECTION OF THE TREATMENT OF DISEASE
(TREATMENT OF JVARA)
Introduction1-2107
Agnivesa's approach to Punarvasu3107
Agnivesa's query4-10108
Synonyms of Jvara11110
Nature of Jvara12111
Specific features of Jvara13112
Origin of Disease14112
Mythology About the Origin of Jvara15-25113
Manifestations of Jvara26-27115
Etiological Factors of Jvara27116
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms28-29116
Site of Manifestation30116
Invariable Signs and Symptoms31117
Classification of Jvara32-35118
Signs and Symptoms of Each Variety of Jvara36-39120
Antarvega and Bahirvega Jvara39-41122
Prakrta Jvara42-47122
Vaikrta Jvara48-49125
Sadhya Jvara50125
Incurable Type of Jvara50-51126
Bad Prognosis51-53126
Samtataka Jvara53-61127
Anyeduska, trtriyaka and caturthaka Jvara63-75130
Dhatugata Jvara76-83134
Eight Types of Jvara84-88136
Sannipata Jvara89-109137
Incurability of Sannipata Jvara109-111141
Fever by extraneous Factors111-28142
Agantu (Exogenous) Jvara128-129145
Pathogenesis in General129-133145
Ama Jvara and Pacyamana Jvara133-138147
Line of Treatment-Prohibitions138-139149
Langhana or Fasting139-140149
Effects of Langhana140-142150
Pacana of Dosas142-145151
Sadanga-paniya145-146152
Administration of Emetics146-147152
Adverse Effects of Emetic Therapy147-149153
Administration of Yavagu gruel149-155154
Administration of Tarpana155-160156
Administration of Kasaya160-161158
Adverse Effects of Decoction161-163160
Administration of Light Diet163-164160
Administration of Ghee164-165161
Contraindications of Ghee and Administration of Meat Soup165-167162
Administration of Milk167-168162
Administration of Purgation168-169163
Administration of Milk and Niruha169-171
Mode of Action of Sramsana & Basti171-172164
Administration of Anuvasana172-173164
Administration of Inhalation Therapy173-174165
Administration of External Therapies174-176165
Administration of Fumigation and Collyrium176-177166
Ingredients of Therapies177-179166
Yavagus179-188167
Use of Yusa188-189170
Vegetables189-190170
Meat Soup190-194170
Anupana (drink)194-195171
Prohibitions195-196171
Decoctions197-200172
Use of Medicated Ghee200-209178
Medicated Ghee210-215180
Elimination Therapy216-218181
Medicated Milk219-226183
Medicated Enema (Niruha)227-233187
Medicated Enema (Sneha Basti)234-239189
Inhalation Therapy etc.240-249191
Massage etc.250-253192
Candanadya Taila254-255193
Regimens for fever associated with burning sensation260-266197
Agurvadya Taila267-271198
Line of Treatment272-283201
Langhana Therapy283-284203
Elimination Therapies285-287204
Line of Treatment of Samsrsta and Sannipatika Jvara285-287204
Parotitis287-289208
Sakhanusari Jvara289-290209
Jvara as a complication of Visarpa etc.290-291209
Diet for Chronic Fever291-292210
Treatment of Trti yaka and Caturthaka Jvara292-296210
Recipes for different types of Visama Jvara296-310211
Treatment of Dhatugata Jvara316-317214
Line of Treatment of Jvara caused by extraneous Factors317-323214
Psychological Fever323-328216
Signs of Symptoms when the patient become free from Jvara329217
Prohibitions330-332217
Reappearance of Jvara and its Management333-345218
Summary346220
CHAPTER 4
TREATMENT OF RAKTA PITTA
Introduction1-4221
The Preceptor's Reply5-6221
Pathogenesis7-8222
Difinition of Rakta Pitta9233
Location of Rakta Pitta10223
Specific Signs and Symptoms11-13223
Prognosis13-14225
Determination of Prognosis on the basis of movement through different tracks15-21226
Curability22228
Specific Etiological Factors23-24229
Line of Treatment25-28230
Fasting29-30231
Diet and Drinks31-35231
Cereals36-48232
Diet in Different States of Rakta Pitta49-51235
Drinks52236
To Avoid Causative Factors53-54236
Elimination Therapy54-61237
Alleviation Therapy62-87239
Vasa Ghrta88-94244
Satavaryadi Ghrta95-109247
Summary110-111250
CHAPTER V
TREATMENT OF PHATOM TUMOUR (GULMA)
Introduction1-3252
Causative Factors4-5252
Pathogenesis6-7253
Locations8255
Etiology, Signs and Symptoms of Vatika Gulma9-11255
Etiology, Signs and Symptoms of Paittika Gulma12-13256
Causative Factors Kaphaja and Samnipatika Gulma14257
Signs and Symptoms of Kaphaja Gulma 15257
Etiology, Pathogenesis, Signs and Symptoms of Raktaja Gulma18-19259
Line of Treatment20-26260
Management of other Dosas27-28262
Line of Treatment of Dvandvaja Gulma29-31262
Blood-letting32263
Line of Treatment of Paittika Gulma33-35263
Utility of Blood letting36-37264
Removal of Residual Dosas38264
Surgery39265
Apakva or Uusuppurated Gulma40265
Pacyamana Gulma41265
Suppurated Gulma42-45266
Management o Svayampravrtta Gulma46-48267
Management of Kaphaja Gulma48-56267
Administration of Alkalies56-59269
Arista Therapy60-64270
Management of Gulma caused by combination of Dosas64271
Tryusanadi Ghrta65-66271
Another Recipe of Tryusanadi Ghrta66-68272
Hingu-sauvarcaladya Ghrta69-70272
Hapusaaya Ghrta71-73273
Pippalyadya Ghrta74-75273
Other Recipes276-278274
Hinguadi Curna & Hinguadi Gutika79-84275
Hingvadi Yoga85276
Satyadi Curna and Satyadi Gutika86-90276
Nagaradi Yoga91-92276
Administration of Castor Oil92-93277
Lasuna Ksira94-95277
Taila-Pancaka96278
Administration of Silajatu97278
Administration of Boiled Berley98278
Fomentation Therapy99279
Enema Therapy 100-102279
Medicated Oils & Ghees102-104279
Ghee for Purification of Body105280
Nilinyadi Ghrta106-109280
Diet for Vata-gulma110-112281
Utility of Oleation Therapy113282
Management of Acute Pitta-gulma114282
Rohinyadya Ghrta115-117282
Trayamanadya Ghrta118-121283
Amalakadya Ghrta122283
Draksadya Ghrta123-125284
Vasa Ghrta126-127285
Trayamana Ksira Yoga128-129285
Recipes for Purgation130286
Massage Therapy131286
Medicated Enema132286
Diet and Drinks for Pitta-gulma133-134286
Stimulation of Digestive Power135287
Importance of Agni136287
Surgical Management of Kaphai-gulma137-141287
Dasamuli Ghrta142288
Bhallatakadya Ghrta143-146288
Ksirasatpalaka Ghrta147-148289
Misraka Sneha149-151289
Purgation Therapy152-153290
Danti Haritaki 154-160
Other Recipes and Therapies161-163291
Diet and Drinks164-167292
Digestive Stimulants168293
Incurability and Complications169-171293
Management of Rakta-gulma172-182294
Summary183-189296
CHAPTER 6
TREATMENT O OBSTINATE URINARY DISORDERS INCLUDING DIABETES (PRAMEHA)
Introduction1-3298
Etiology4298
Pthogenesis 5-6299
Classification and Prognosis7299
Morbid Elements8300
Signs and Symptoms of Morbid Elements9-11301
Characteristic features12392
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms13-14303
Line of Treatment15-17303
Alleviation Therapy18304
Diet 18-21304
Importance of Barley21-24305
Specific Therapies25305
Recipes for Pramehas in General26306
Recipes for Kaphaja Prameha27-29306
Treatment of Vatika Prameha30-32307
Recipes for Kaphaja and Paittika Prameha 35-36308
Recipes37-39308
Recipe for all Types of Prameha40309
Madhvasava41-44310
Dant yasava and Bhallatakasava45310
Diet and Drinks46-49311
Exercise and other Regimens50312
Depletion Therapy51312
Vatalvana Prameha52312
Prohibitions53313
Differential Diagnosis54313
Classification55313
Prognosis56314
Hereditary Diabetes57315
Diabetic Carbuncles5816
Summary59-61316
CHAPTER VII
TREATMENT OF KUSTHA
Introduction1-2318
Contents of the chapter3318
Causative Factors4-8319
Pathogenesis9-10320
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms11-1231
Eighteen Types of Kusthas13322
Signs and Symptoms of Mahakusthas14-20322
Eleven Ksudra-Kusthas21-26324
Predominant Dosas27-30326
Line of Treatment31-32327
Varieties of Diseases and Dosas33327
Signs and Symptoms of Vitiated Dosas 34-36328
Prognosis37-38329
Line of Treatment37-42329
Selection of Drugs for Elimination Therapies43-49330
Blood letting Therapy50-53333
Application of Alkalis and other Therapies54-57334
Treatment of Paittika Kustha58-59334
Treatment in General60235
Recipes61-64335
Mustadi Curna65-69337
Use of Sulphur70338
Use of Mercury71-72339
Madhvasava73-75340
Kanakabindvarista76-80340
Triphalasava81341
Diet82-83341
Ointments and Pastes for External Use84342
Recipe for Mandala Kustha85-90342
Siddharthaka Bath91-92343
Paste for Kustha93-96344
Recipes for Kustha97-99345
Medicated Ghee100-10346
Medicated Oil102-104346
Svetakaraviradya Taila105347
Svetakarvirapallavadya Taila106-107347
Tikteksvakvadi Taila108-110348
Kanakaksiri Taila111-116348
Recipe for Sidhma117-118349
Oil for Kustha119350
Vipadikahara Ghrta and Taila120-121350
Recipe for Mandala Kustha122-127350
Useful Drugs for Bath128-139352
Tiktasatpalakaghrta140-143354
Mahatiktakaghrta144-151355
Mahakhadiraghrta152-156356
Recipe for Bath, etc.157-158357
Use for Vidanga and Khadira159358
Recipe160-161358
Treatment of Leucoderma Use of Udumbara for Purgation162-193359
Treatment of Pustulae Eruptions in Leucoderma164-165359
Use of Khadira166360
Recipes for External Application167-172360
Varieties173-174361
Prognosis175-176362
Causative Factors177362
Causative Factors177362
Summary178-180362
CHAPTER VIII
Treatment of Rajayaksma or Tuberculosis
Introduction1-2364
Mythological Origin3-12364
Four-fold causative Factors13366
Etiology of Tuberculosis Caused by Over-exertion14-19396
Etiology, etc. of Tuberculosis Caused by Suppression of Nature Urges20-23367
Etiology, etc. of Tuberculosis Caused by Ksaya (Diminution of Tissues)24-27368
Etiology, etc. by Tuberculosis Caused by Visamasana (Irregular Dieting)28-32369
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms33-38370
Signs and Symptoms38-47371
Pratisyaya (Coryza)48-50375
Characteristics of Cough51375
Characteristics of Fever52375
Svarabheda (Hoarseness of Voice)53-55376
Pain in the Sides of the Chest and Head 56376
Spitting of Blood57377
Cause of Bleeding58377
Dyspnoea and Diarrhoea59378
Aruci (Anorexia or Aversion for Food)60-61378
Chardi (Vomiting)62379
Treatment of Rajayaksma63-64379
Line of Treatment65-70379
Fomentation, etc.71-76381
Recipes for External Application77-81382
Blood-Letting Therapy, etc.82-86383
Elimination Therapies87-88384
Recipes89-102384
Sitopaladicurna103-104388
Treatment of Burning Sensation105389
Duralabhadighrta106-110389
Jivantyadighrta111-113390
Recipe114-116391
Treatment of Different Stages of Tuberculosis117392
Treatment of Excessive Phlegm118-119392
Diet and Drinks for Excessive Phlegm120392
Role of Vayu in Expectoration121392
Treatment of Vomiting122393
Treatment of Diarrhoea123-127393
Preparations of Khada128394
Recipe of Khada129-131395
Diet and Drinks for Diarrhoea132-134395
Regime to remove Distate in Mouth134-136396
Recipe for Mukhadhavana137-139399
Other Recipes for Kavalagraha140397
Yavani-Sadava141-144397
Talisadyacurna and Talisadya gutika145-148398
Administration of Meat149399
Giving Carnivorous the Identity of Meat150-154399
Therapeutic Utility of Meat155400
Need for Disguising the Identity of Meat156-157400
Wholesome Meat158401
Meat of Different Groups of Animals159-162401
Specific Utility of Meat and Alcohol163402
Prevension of Tuberculosis164402
Alcoholic Drinks as Anupana165402
Therapeutic Utility of Alcoholic Drinks166-167402
Recipes of Medicated Ghee167-172403
Therapies for External Use173-175404
Recipes for Unction175-178404
Recipe for Medicated Bath178-176405
Regime179-181405
Wholesome Corns and Cereals181-183405
Useful Regime184-188i406
Performance of Yajna189406
Summary190-191407
CHAPTER IX
TREATMENT OF UNMADA (INSANITY)
Introduction1-3408
Etiology4409
Pathogenesis5410
Signs and Symptoms6-7410
Root-meaning of the terms Unmada1/2 8411
Varieties8411
Etiology, Signs and Symptoms of Vatika Unmada9-10411
Etiology, Signs and Symptoms of Paittika Unmada11-12412
Etiology Signs and Symptoms of Kaphaja Unmada13-14413
Sannipatika Type of Unmada15413
Exogenous types of Unmada (Insanity)16414
Signs and Symptoms of Exogenous Unmada in General17414
Modes of Seizure18-19415
Specific Signs and Symptoms20416
Time of Seizure21418
Signs and Incurability22420
Management of Ratyarthi Unmada etc.23-24421
Line of Treatment25-33421
Hingvadya Ghrta34424
Kalyanaka Ghrta35-42424
Mahakalyanaka Ghrta42-44427
Mahapaisacika Ghrta45-48428
Lasunadya Ghrta49-51429
Lasunadya Ghrta (Second Recipe)52-56430
Recipes of Medicated Ghee57-58431
Old Ghee and Its Therapeutic Utility59-64431
Recipes For Inhalation and Collyrium64-73432
Smoking Therapy73-76434
Treatment of Paittika Type of Unmada76-77435
Blood-letting Therapy77435
Diet78435
Regimens79-90436
Prevention of Exogenous Unmada91438
Daiva-vyapasraya Cikitsa92-94439
Therapeutic Measures95-96439
Signs of Cure97440
Summary98440
CHAPTER X
TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY (Apasmar)
Introduction1-2441
Definition3441
Causative Factors4-5441
Pathogenesis, Signs & Symptoms6-7442
Varieties of Apasmara, their Signs & Symptoms8-13443
Line of Treatment 14-15444
Recipes16445
Paficagavya Ghrta17445
Mahapaticagvya Ghrta18-24445
Brahmi Ghrta2547
Recipe of Medicated Ghee26447
(Vacadya Ghrta)27447
(Jivaniya Yamaka)28448
Recipes of Medicated Ghee29-31448
Recipe of Medicated Oil32449
Katabhyadi Taila33449
Palankasadya Taila34-36449
Recipe for Ointment and Fumigation37-38450
Recipes for Unction39-40450
Recipe for Inhalation41-43451
Medicated Oil for Inhalation43-44451
Recipe for Inhalation45452
(Kayasthadya Varti)46-47452
(Mustadya Varti)48-49453
Recipes for Collyrium and Fumigation48-49458
Treatment of Exogenous Epilepsy53
Atattvabhinivesa or Psychic Perversion54-63454
Treatment of Chronic Epilepsy64-65456
Precautions66457
Summary67-68457
CHAPTER XI
TREATMENT OF PHTHISIS (KSAYA)
Introduction1-3458
Etiology4-8459
Pathogenesis9-12460
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms12-13462
Prognosis14462
Treatment15-20463
Eladi Gutika21-24464
Treatment of Excessive Bleeding25-26464
Recipes27-34465
Amrta Prasa Ghrta35-43467
Svadamstradi Ghrta44-47468
Samasaktu Ghrta48-49469
Sarpirgudah (First Recipe)50-55470
Sarpirgudah (Second Recipe)56-61472
Sarpirgudah (Third Recipe)62-65474
Sarpirgudah (Fourth Recipe)66-69475
Sarpirgudahah (Fifth Recipe)70-77475
Recipes78-84478
Saindhavadi Curna85-87479
Sadava88-90479
Nagabala Kalpa91-92479
Diet and Drinks93-94480
Need for Prompt Attention95481
Summary96-97481
CHAPTER XII
TREATMENT OF SVAYATHU (OEDEMA)
Introduction1-4482
Etiology of Endogenous Variety5-6483
Etiology of Exogenous Oedema7484
Classification of Oedema7484
Pathogenesis8-9484
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms10485
Signs and Symptoms of Vatika Svayathu (Oedema)12485
Signs and Symptoms of Paittika Svayathu (Oedema)13486
Signs and Symptoms of Kaphaja Svayathu (Oedema)14487
Prognosis15487
Curability16488
Line of Treatment 16488
Treatment of Different Stages17-19489
Unwholesome Regimens20490
Treatment of Kaphaja Type of Svayathu (Oedema)21491
Treatment of All the Three Varieties of Svayathu22491
Treatment of Vatika Svayathu23491
Treatment of Vata-paittika Svayathu24492
Recipes 25492
Camel Milk26492
Treatment of Svayathu associated with Diarrhoea and Constipation27493
Svayathu with Constipation, etc28493
Gandiradyarista29-31493
Astasatarista32-33494
Punarnavadyarista34-38495
Triphaladyarista (Phalatrikadyarista)39-40496
(Krsnadya Gurna)41-42497
Ksara Gudika43-46498
Gudardraka Yoga47-48499
Use of Ginger Juice49499
Use of Silajatu49500
Kamsa Haritaki50-52500
Patolamuladi Kasaya 53-54501
(Citrakadi Ghrta)55-56502
Citrakadi Ghrta57502
Citraka Ghrta58-59503
Yavagu (Thick Gruel)60-61503
Yusa62504
Vegetables and Cereals63504
External Therapies for Vatika Oedema64-67504
External Therapies for Paittika Oedema68-69505
External Therapies for Kaphaja Oedema70506
External Therapies for All Types of Oedema in General71-73506
Localised Oedema74506
Sirah Sotha (Cellulitis of the Head)75507
Kantha Saluka (Quinsy)75507
Bidalika (Ludwig's Angima)76507
Talu Vidradhi (Palatal Abscess)77508
Upajihvika and Adhijihvika77508
Upapus'a (Gingivitis)78508
Dantavidradhi (Dental Abscess)78508
Galaganda (Goitre) and Gandamala (Cervical Adhenitis)79-80509
Granthi (Hard Tumour)81-86509
Granthi vis avis Arbudo87511
Alaji88511
Carmanakhantara Sotha (Whitlow)88511
Vidarika (Inguinal and Axillary Lymphadenitis)89512
Treatment 89-90512
Visphotaka90512
Kaksa (Herpis Zoster)91512
Romantika92513
Masurika93513
Bradhna (Hernia and Scrotal Tumour)94-95513
Bhagandara (Fistula-in-ano)96-97515
Slipada (Elephantiasis)98515
Jalakagardabha99-100516
Management of Miscellaneous Types of Swelling101517
Exogenous Swelling 102517
Summary103517
CHAPTER XIII
TREATMENT OF UDARAROGA
Introduction1-8519
Pathogenesis9-11520
Etiology12-15521
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms16-19523
Pathogenesis20524
General Symptoms21524
Varieties22525
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Vatodara23-24525
Signs and symptoms of Vatodara25526
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Pittodara26-27527
Signs and Symptoms of Pittodara28527
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Kaphodara29-30528
Signs and Symptoms of Kaphodara31528
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Sannipatikodara32-33528
Signs and Symptoms of Sannipatodara34529
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Plihodara35-37530
Signs and Symptoms of Plihodara and Yakrdudara38531
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Baddhagudodara39-40531
Signs and Symptoms of Baddhagudodara41532
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Chidrodara42-43533
Signs and Symptoms of Chidrodara44533
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Udakodara (Ascites)45-46534
Signs and Symptoms of Udakodara (Ascites)47535
Prognosis48535
Complications49-51536
Bad Prognosis52-54537
Signs and Symptoms of Ajatodara Stage Udara55-58538
Treatment of Vatodara59-67539
Treatment of Pittodara68-71541
Treatment of Kaphodara72-73542
Treatment of Sannipatodara74543
Treatment of Plihodara and Yakrddal yudara75-89543
Treatment of Baddhodara89-91546
Treatment of Chidrodara91-93547
Treatment of Udakodara93-95548
Involvement of All the Three Dosas95-96548
Diet and Regimens96-101549
Use of Butter-milk101-107550
Use of Milk107-108551
Recipes for External Use108-110551
Use of Urine111552
Use of Medicated Ghee111-112552
[Pancakola Ghrta]112-114552
[Nagara Ghrta]115-116553
[Citraka Ghrta]116-117554
[Yavadya Ghrta]117-188554
Purgation Therapy118-119554
[Patoladya Curna]119-124555
Recipe 124-125556
Narayana Curna125-133556
Hapusadya Curna133-137558
Nilingydya Curna137-138558
Recipes of Snuhiksira Ghrta138-145559
Other Recipes of Medicated Ghee145-146560
Other Recipes146-175561
Administration of Snake-Vonom176-184567
Surgical Measures184-188569
Abdominal Tapping189-190570
Diet191-193570
Utility of Milk193-194571
Summary195-196571
CHAPTER XIV
TREATMENT OF PILES (ARSAS)
Introduction 1-3573
Enumeration of Topics4573
Classification5574
Locations of Piles6575
Forms of Congenital Piles7576
Signs and Symptoms of Congenital Piles8576
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Acquired Piles9578
Different Shapes of the Piles10581
Signs and Symptoms of Vatika Types of Arsas (Piles)11581
Etiology of Vatiku Types of Piles12-13582
Signs and symptoms of Paittika Type of Arsas (Piles)14583
Etiology of Paittika Type of Piles15-16584
Signs and Symptoms of Kaphaja Types of Piles17585
Etiology of Kaphaja Type of Piles18-19586
Piles caused by simultaneous Aggravation of Two dosas and All the three Dosas20585
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms of Pile21-22587
Involvement of Three Dosas23587
Reason for Bad Prognosis24-25587
Prognosis26-32588
Surgical and Ordinary Measures33-37589
Classification of Piles38590
Treatment of Dry Piles39590
Recipes for Fomentation39-44590
Recipes of Sprinkling44591
Recipes for Bath45-47592
Recipes for Smearing and Fumigation48-51592
Recipes for Ointment52-60593
Blood-letting60-61594
Tryusanadi Curna62-65595
Recipes 65-71595
Takrarista72-75596
Curd and Butter-milk76-88597
Recipes89-91601
Tavagu Thick gruei92601
Yusa (Vegetable Soup)93-96602
Treatment of Piles With Costive Bowels96-102602
Pippalyadi Ghrta103603
Pippalyadya Ghrta104604
Recipes of Medicated Ghee105604
Pippalyadya Ghrta106604
Cavyadya Ghrta107-109604
Nagaradya Ghrta110-112605
Pippalyadya Ghrta113-118606
Administration of Haritaki119-120606
Meat Soup121607
Leafy Vegetables122-125607
Other Food ingredients126-127607
Anupana127-129608
Anuvasana type of Enema130608
Pippal yadya Taila131-134608
Paste for External Application135-136609
Niruha Type of Enema137609
Abhyarista138-143610
Dantyarista144-147611
Phalarista148-152611
Phalarista (Second recipe)153-157612
Kanakarista158-168613
Water for Washing169615
Treatment of Bleeding Piles170616
Signs of Bleeding Piles Associated with Vayu171-172616
Signs of Bleeding Piles Associated with kapha173-174616
Line of Treatment175-176617
Complications of Immediate Hemostasis177-181617
Administration of Bitter Drugs182618
Use of Sneha183618
Indications for Hemostatic Therapy184619
Hemostatic Recipes185-187619
Kutajadi Rasakriya188-192619
Recipes for Piles193-198621
Recipes of Peya (Thin Gruel)199-201622
Recipes of Curds202-203622
Diet204-207623
Yusa of Onion208-211624
Predominance of Vayu212624
Cooling Therapy213625
Sprinkling214625
Bath215-216625
Homostatic Douche217625
External Application of Leaves218626
Ointment219626
Rubbing220-221626
Management of Continuous Bleeding222-223627
Piccha Basti224-229627
Hriveradi ghrta230-233628
Sunisannaka-Cangeri-ghrta234-243629
Interdependance of Diseases244-245630
Treatment in General246631
Treatment in Brief247-248631
Summary249-255631

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CONTENTS
KIKITSASTHANAM
CHAPTER I : 1
First Quarter of the chapter on
REJUVENATION THERAPY RASAYANADHYAYA FIRST PADA
Dealing with Terminalia Chebula and Emblica officinalis
Verse/
Paragraph
No.
Page
No.
Introduction1-23
Synonyms of Medicament34
Categories of Medicines46
Types of Abhesaja56
Distinctive features of Medicines5-67
Effects of Rejuvenation Therapy7-88
Effects of Aphrodisiac Therapy9-128
Elucidation of Medicines13-149
Elucidation of Abhesaja1510
Types of Rejuvenation therapy16-2410
Preparatory Elimination Therapy24-2812
Attributes of Haritaki29-3713
Method of Collection of Drugs38-4015
Brahma Rasayana First-Type)41-5716
Brahma Rasayana (Second Type)58-6118
Gyavana Prasa62-7420
Amalaka Rasayana7521
Recipes of Haritaki76-7723
Summary78-8124
CHAPTER I : 2
SECOND QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON REJUVENATION THERAPY BEGINNING WITH THE TERM PRANAKAMA (RASAYANADHYAYA SECOND PADA)
Introduction1-226
Importance of Rejuvenation Therapy326
Amalakaghrta4-626
Amalaka Avaleha730
Amalaka Gurna831
Vidangavaleha931
Another Recipe of Amalaki Avaleha1032
Nagabala Rasayana1132
Other Recipes1234
Bhallataka Ksaudra1334
Bkallataka Ksaudra1436
Bhallataka taila1537
Different Recipes of Bhallataka1637
Summary17-2338
CHAPTER I : 3
THIRD QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON REJUVEVATION THERAPY DEALING WITH BY THE ADMINISTRATION OF AMALAKI (RASAYANADHYAYA THIRD PADA)
Introduction1-240
Amalakayasa BRAHMA RASAYANA3-640
Eligible Beneficiaries7-842
Kevalamalaka Rasayana9-1443
Lauhadi Rasayana15-2343
Aindra Rasayana24-2945
Medhya Rasayana30-3146
Pippali Rasayana32-3546
Pippali Vardhamana Rasayana36-4047
Triphala Rasayana41-4748
Silajatu48-5050
Silajatu Rasayana51-54 1/250
Varieties of Silajatu and their utility1/2 55-6151
Prohibitions and Therapeutic effect52-6552
Summary6654
CHAPTER I : 4
6654
FOURTH QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON REJUVENATION THERAPY DEALING WITH ORIGINAL PROPAGATION OF AYURVEDA (Rasayanadhyaya 4th Chapter)
Introduction1-255
Return of Sages to the Himalayas355
Discussion with Indra4-556
Indrokta with Indra4-556
Recipe of other celestial drugs7-1258
Indrokta Rasayana-another recipe13-2661
Suitability for Rejuvenation Therapy27-2963
Aeara Rasayana30-3563
Ineligible Persons36-3864
Importance of Physician39-5166
Definitions of Vaidya and Dvija52-6267
Summary63-6469
CHAPTER 2
FIRST QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON APHRODISIACS (Vajikaranadhyaya First Pada)
Introduction1-271
Objects of Aphrodisiac Therapy3-471
The best among the Aphrodisiacs4-872
Excellence of the Women8-1676
In Praise of many Children16-2476
Brmhani Gutika24-3376
Vajikarana Ghrta33-3877
Vajikarana Pinda Rasa31-4178
Vrsya mahisa Rasa42-4379
Vrsya Rasa44-4579
Vrsya Mamsa 4680
Vrsya masa yoga4780
Vrsya Kukkuta mamsa Prayoga4880
Vrsya Anda Rasa4980
Summary50-5380
CHAPTER 2
SECOND QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON APHRODISIACS DEALING WITH ASIKTA KSIRIKA VAJIKARANADHYAYA SECOND PADA
Introduction1-28
Apatyakari sastikadi gutika3-982
Vrsya Pupalikadi Yoga10-1383
Apatyakara Svarasa14-1784
Vrsya Ksira18-2084
Vrsya Ghrta21-3385
Vrsya dadhisara24-2685
Vrsya Sastikaudana2786
Vrsya Pupalika28-2986
Summary30-3287
CHAPTER 2
THIRD QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON APHRODISIACS VAJIKARANADHYAYA THIRD PADA DEALING WITH MASAPARN ABHRTIYA
Introduction1-1188
Vrsya Pippali12-1390
Vrsya Payasa1490
Vrsya Pupalika15-1793
Vrsya Satvari Ghrta1891
Vrsya Madhuka Yoga1991
Summary20-3193
CHAPTER 2
FOURTH QUARTER OF THE CHAPTER ON APHRODISIACS VAJIKARANADHYAYA FOURTH PADA DEALING WITH PUMANJATABALADIKA
Introduction1-1095
Vrsya Mamsa Gutika11-1496
Vrsya Mahisa Rasa15-1697
Vrsya Ghrtabhrsta Matsya and Mamsa17-1898
Vrsya Pupalika19-2298
Vrsya Masadi Pupalika23-2799
Apatyakara Ghrta28-2999
Vrsya Gutika30-32100
Vrsya Utkarika33-35100
Semen36-49101
Attributes of Semen50105
Definition of Vajikarana51105
Summary52-53105
CHAPTER III
SECTION OF THE TREATMENT OF DISEASE
(TREATMENT OF JVARA)
Introduction1-2107
Agnivesa's approach to Punarvasu3107
Agnivesa's query4-10108
Synonyms of Jvara11110
Nature of Jvara12111
Specific features of Jvara13112
Origin of Disease14112
Mythology About the Origin of Jvara15-25113
Manifestations of Jvara26-27115
Etiological Factors of Jvara27116
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms28-29116
Site of Manifestation30116
Invariable Signs and Symptoms31117
Classification of Jvara32-35118
Signs and Symptoms of Each Variety of Jvara36-39120
Antarvega and Bahirvega Jvara39-41122
Prakrta Jvara42-47122
Vaikrta Jvara48-49125
Sadhya Jvara50125
Incurable Type of Jvara50-51126
Bad Prognosis51-53126
Samtataka Jvara53-61127
Anyeduska, trtriyaka and caturthaka Jvara63-75130
Dhatugata Jvara76-83134
Eight Types of Jvara84-88136
Sannipata Jvara89-109137
Incurability of Sannipata Jvara109-111141
Fever by extraneous Factors111-28142
Agantu (Exogenous) Jvara128-129145
Pathogenesis in General129-133145
Ama Jvara and Pacyamana Jvara133-138147
Line of Treatment-Prohibitions138-139149
Langhana or Fasting139-140149
Effects of Langhana140-142150
Pacana of Dosas142-145151
Sadanga-paniya145-146152
Administration of Emetics146-147152
Adverse Effects of Emetic Therapy147-149153
Administration of Yavagu gruel149-155154
Administration of Tarpana155-160156
Administration of Kasaya160-161158
Adverse Effects of Decoction161-163160
Administration of Light Diet163-164160
Administration of Ghee164-165161
Contraindications of Ghee and Administration of Meat Soup165-167162
Administration of Milk167-168162
Administration of Purgation168-169163
Administration of Milk and Niruha169-171
Mode of Action of Sramsana & Basti171-172164
Administration of Anuvasana172-173164
Administration of Inhalation Therapy173-174165
Administration of External Therapies174-176165
Administration of Fumigation and Collyrium176-177166
Ingredients of Therapies177-179166
Yavagus179-188167
Use of Yusa188-189170
Vegetables189-190170
Meat Soup190-194170
Anupana (drink)194-195171
Prohibitions195-196171
Decoctions197-200172
Use of Medicated Ghee200-209178
Medicated Ghee210-215180
Elimination Therapy216-218181
Medicated Milk219-226183
Medicated Enema (Niruha)227-233187
Medicated Enema (Sneha Basti)234-239189
Inhalation Therapy etc.240-249191
Massage etc.250-253192
Candanadya Taila254-255193
Regimens for fever associated with burning sensation260-266197
Agurvadya Taila267-271198
Line of Treatment272-283201
Langhana Therapy283-284203
Elimination Therapies285-287204
Line of Treatment of Samsrsta and Sannipatika Jvara285-287204
Parotitis287-289208
Sakhanusari Jvara289-290209
Jvara as a complication of Visarpa etc.290-291209
Diet for Chronic Fever291-292210
Treatment of Trti yaka and Caturthaka Jvara292-296210
Recipes for different types of Visama Jvara296-310211
Treatment of Dhatugata Jvara316-317214
Line of Treatment of Jvara caused by extraneous Factors317-323214
Psychological Fever323-328216
Signs of Symptoms when the patient become free from Jvara329217
Prohibitions330-332217
Reappearance of Jvara and its Management333-345218
Summary346220
CHAPTER 4
TREATMENT OF RAKTA PITTA
Introduction1-4221
The Preceptor's Reply5-6221
Pathogenesis7-8222
Difinition of Rakta Pitta9233
Location of Rakta Pitta10223
Specific Signs and Symptoms11-13223
Prognosis13-14225
Determination of Prognosis on the basis of movement through different tracks15-21226
Curability22228
Specific Etiological Factors23-24229
Line of Treatment25-28230
Fasting29-30231
Diet and Drinks31-35231
Cereals36-48232
Diet in Different States of Rakta Pitta49-51235
Drinks52236
To Avoid Causative Factors53-54236
Elimination Therapy54-61237
Alleviation Therapy62-87239
Vasa Ghrta88-94244
Satavaryadi Ghrta95-109247
Summary110-111250
CHAPTER V
TREATMENT OF PHATOM TUMOUR (GULMA)
Introduction1-3252
Causative Factors4-5252
Pathogenesis6-7253
Locations8255
Etiology, Signs and Symptoms of Vatika Gulma9-11255
Etiology, Signs and Symptoms of Paittika Gulma12-13256
Causative Factors Kaphaja and Samnipatika Gulma14257
Signs and Symptoms of Kaphaja Gulma 15257
Etiology, Pathogenesis, Signs and Symptoms of Raktaja Gulma18-19259
Line of Treatment20-26260
Management of other Dosas27-28262
Line of Treatment of Dvandvaja Gulma29-31262
Blood-letting32263
Line of Treatment of Paittika Gulma33-35263
Utility of Blood letting36-37264
Removal of Residual Dosas38264
Surgery39265
Apakva or Uusuppurated Gulma40265
Pacyamana Gulma41265
Suppurated Gulma42-45266
Management o Svayampravrtta Gulma46-48267
Management of Kaphaja Gulma48-56267
Administration of Alkalies56-59269
Arista Therapy60-64270
Management of Gulma caused by combination of Dosas64271
Tryusanadi Ghrta65-66271
Another Recipe of Tryusanadi Ghrta66-68272
Hingu-sauvarcaladya Ghrta69-70272
Hapusaaya Ghrta71-73273
Pippalyadya Ghrta74-75273
Other Recipes276-278274
Hinguadi Curna & Hinguadi Gutika79-84275
Hingvadi Yoga85276
Satyadi Curna and Satyadi Gutika86-90276
Nagaradi Yoga91-92276
Administration of Castor Oil92-93277
Lasuna Ksira94-95277
Taila-Pancaka96278
Administration of Silajatu97278
Administration of Boiled Berley98278
Fomentation Therapy99279
Enema Therapy 100-102279
Medicated Oils & Ghees102-104279
Ghee for Purification of Body105280
Nilinyadi Ghrta106-109280
Diet for Vata-gulma110-112281
Utility of Oleation Therapy113282
Management of Acute Pitta-gulma114282
Rohinyadya Ghrta115-117282
Trayamanadya Ghrta118-121283
Amalakadya Ghrta122283
Draksadya Ghrta123-125284
Vasa Ghrta126-127285
Trayamana Ksira Yoga128-129285
Recipes for Purgation130286
Massage Therapy131286
Medicated Enema132286
Diet and Drinks for Pitta-gulma133-134286
Stimulation of Digestive Power135287
Importance of Agni136287
Surgical Management of Kaphai-gulma137-141287
Dasamuli Ghrta142288
Bhallatakadya Ghrta143-146288
Ksirasatpalaka Ghrta147-148289
Misraka Sneha149-151289
Purgation Therapy152-153290
Danti Haritaki 154-160
Other Recipes and Therapies161-163291
Diet and Drinks164-167292
Digestive Stimulants168293
Incurability and Complications169-171293
Management of Rakta-gulma172-182294
Summary183-189296
CHAPTER 6
TREATMENT O OBSTINATE URINARY DISORDERS INCLUDING DIABETES (PRAMEHA)
Introduction1-3298
Etiology4298
Pthogenesis 5-6299
Classification and Prognosis7299
Morbid Elements8300
Signs and Symptoms of Morbid Elements9-11301
Characteristic features12392
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms13-14303
Line of Treatment15-17303
Alleviation Therapy18304
Diet 18-21304
Importance of Barley21-24305
Specific Therapies25305
Recipes for Pramehas in General26306
Recipes for Kaphaja Prameha27-29306
Treatment of Vatika Prameha30-32307
Recipes for Kaphaja and Paittika Prameha 35-36308
Recipes37-39308
Recipe for all Types of Prameha40309
Madhvasava41-44310
Dant yasava and Bhallatakasava45310
Diet and Drinks46-49311
Exercise and other Regimens50312
Depletion Therapy51312
Vatalvana Prameha52312
Prohibitions53313
Differential Diagnosis54313
Classification55313
Prognosis56314
Hereditary Diabetes57315
Diabetic Carbuncles5816
Summary59-61316
CHAPTER VII
TREATMENT OF KUSTHA
Introduction1-2318
Contents of the chapter3318
Causative Factors4-8319
Pathogenesis9-10320
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms11-1231
Eighteen Types of Kusthas13322
Signs and Symptoms of Mahakusthas14-20322
Eleven Ksudra-Kusthas21-26324
Predominant Dosas27-30326
Line of Treatment31-32327
Varieties of Diseases and Dosas33327
Signs and Symptoms of Vitiated Dosas 34-36328
Prognosis37-38329
Line of Treatment37-42329
Selection of Drugs for Elimination Therapies43-49330
Blood letting Therapy50-53333
Application of Alkalis and other Therapies54-57334
Treatment of Paittika Kustha58-59334
Treatment in General60235
Recipes61-64335
Mustadi Curna65-69337
Use of Sulphur70338
Use of Mercury71-72339
Madhvasava73-75340
Kanakabindvarista76-80340
Triphalasava81341
Diet82-83341
Ointments and Pastes for External Use84342
Recipe for Mandala Kustha85-90342
Siddharthaka Bath91-92343
Paste for Kustha93-96344
Recipes for Kustha97-99345
Medicated Ghee100-10346
Medicated Oil102-104346
Svetakaraviradya Taila105347
Svetakarvirapallavadya Taila106-107347
Tikteksvakvadi Taila108-110348
Kanakaksiri Taila111-116348
Recipe for Sidhma117-118349
Oil for Kustha119350
Vipadikahara Ghrta and Taila120-121350
Recipe for Mandala Kustha122-127350
Useful Drugs for Bath128-139352
Tiktasatpalakaghrta140-143354
Mahatiktakaghrta144-151355
Mahakhadiraghrta152-156356
Recipe for Bath, etc.157-158357
Use for Vidanga and Khadira159358
Recipe160-161358
Treatment of Leucoderma Use of Udumbara for Purgation162-193359
Treatment of Pustulae Eruptions in Leucoderma164-165359
Use of Khadira166360
Recipes for External Application167-172360
Varieties173-174361
Prognosis175-176362
Causative Factors177362
Causative Factors177362
Summary178-180362
CHAPTER VIII
Treatment of Rajayaksma or Tuberculosis
Introduction1-2364
Mythological Origin3-12364
Four-fold causative Factors13366
Etiology of Tuberculosis Caused by Over-exertion14-19396
Etiology, etc. of Tuberculosis Caused by Suppression of Nature Urges20-23367
Etiology, etc. of Tuberculosis Caused by Ksaya (Diminution of Tissues)24-27368
Etiology, etc. by Tuberculosis Caused by Visamasana (Irregular Dieting)28-32369
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms33-38370
Signs and Symptoms38-47371
Pratisyaya (Coryza)48-50375
Characteristics of Cough51375
Characteristics of Fever52375
Svarabheda (Hoarseness of Voice)53-55376
Pain in the Sides of the Chest and Head 56376
Spitting of Blood57377
Cause of Bleeding58377
Dyspnoea and Diarrhoea59378
Aruci (Anorexia or Aversion for Food)60-61378
Chardi (Vomiting)62379
Treatment of Rajayaksma63-64379
Line of Treatment65-70379
Fomentation, etc.71-76381
Recipes for External Application77-81382
Blood-Letting Therapy, etc.82-86383
Elimination Therapies87-88384
Recipes89-102384
Sitopaladicurna103-104388
Treatment of Burning Sensation105389
Duralabhadighrta106-110389
Jivantyadighrta111-113390
Recipe114-116391
Treatment of Different Stages of Tuberculosis117392
Treatment of Excessive Phlegm118-119392
Diet and Drinks for Excessive Phlegm120392
Role of Vayu in Expectoration121392
Treatment of Vomiting122393
Treatment of Diarrhoea123-127393
Preparations of Khada128394
Recipe of Khada129-131395
Diet and Drinks for Diarrhoea132-134395
Regime to remove Distate in Mouth134-136396
Recipe for Mukhadhavana137-139399
Other Recipes for Kavalagraha140397
Yavani-Sadava141-144397
Talisadyacurna and Talisadya gutika145-148398
Administration of Meat149399
Giving Carnivorous the Identity of Meat150-154399
Therapeutic Utility of Meat155400
Need for Disguising the Identity of Meat156-157400
Wholesome Meat158401
Meat of Different Groups of Animals159-162401
Specific Utility of Meat and Alcohol163402
Prevension of Tuberculosis164402
Alcoholic Drinks as Anupana165402
Therapeutic Utility of Alcoholic Drinks166-167402
Recipes of Medicated Ghee167-172403
Therapies for External Use173-175404
Recipes for Unction175-178404
Recipe for Medicated Bath178-176405
Regime179-181405
Wholesome Corns and Cereals181-183405
Useful Regime184-188i406
Performance of Yajna189406
Summary190-191407
CHAPTER IX
TREATMENT OF UNMADA (INSANITY)
Introduction1-3408
Etiology4409
Pathogenesis5410
Signs and Symptoms6-7410
Root-meaning of the terms Unmada1/2 8411
Varieties8411
Etiology, Signs and Symptoms of Vatika Unmada9-10411
Etiology, Signs and Symptoms of Paittika Unmada11-12412
Etiology Signs and Symptoms of Kaphaja Unmada13-14413
Sannipatika Type of Unmada15413
Exogenous types of Unmada (Insanity)16414
Signs and Symptoms of Exogenous Unmada in General17414
Modes of Seizure18-19415
Specific Signs and Symptoms20416
Time of Seizure21418
Signs and Incurability22420
Management of Ratyarthi Unmada etc.23-24421
Line of Treatment25-33421
Hingvadya Ghrta34424
Kalyanaka Ghrta35-42424
Mahakalyanaka Ghrta42-44427
Mahapaisacika Ghrta45-48428
Lasunadya Ghrta49-51429
Lasunadya Ghrta (Second Recipe)52-56430
Recipes of Medicated Ghee57-58431
Old Ghee and Its Therapeutic Utility59-64431
Recipes For Inhalation and Collyrium64-73432
Smoking Therapy73-76434
Treatment of Paittika Type of Unmada76-77435
Blood-letting Therapy77435
Diet78435
Regimens79-90436
Prevention of Exogenous Unmada91438
Daiva-vyapasraya Cikitsa92-94439
Therapeutic Measures95-96439
Signs of Cure97440
Summary98440
CHAPTER X
TREATMENT OF EPILEPSY (Apasmar)
Introduction1-2441
Definition3441
Causative Factors4-5441
Pathogenesis, Signs & Symptoms6-7442
Varieties of Apasmara, their Signs & Symptoms8-13443
Line of Treatment 14-15444
Recipes16445
Paficagavya Ghrta17445
Mahapaticagvya Ghrta18-24445
Brahmi Ghrta2547
Recipe of Medicated Ghee26447
(Vacadya Ghrta)27447
(Jivaniya Yamaka)28448
Recipes of Medicated Ghee29-31448
Recipe of Medicated Oil32449
Katabhyadi Taila33449
Palankasadya Taila34-36449
Recipe for Ointment and Fumigation37-38450
Recipes for Unction39-40450
Recipe for Inhalation41-43451
Medicated Oil for Inhalation43-44451
Recipe for Inhalation45452
(Kayasthadya Varti)46-47452
(Mustadya Varti)48-49453
Recipes for Collyrium and Fumigation48-49458
Treatment of Exogenous Epilepsy53
Atattvabhinivesa or Psychic Perversion54-63454
Treatment of Chronic Epilepsy64-65456
Precautions66457
Summary67-68457
CHAPTER XI
TREATMENT OF PHTHISIS (KSAYA)
Introduction1-3458
Etiology4-8459
Pathogenesis9-12460
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms12-13462
Prognosis14462
Treatment15-20463
Eladi Gutika21-24464
Treatment of Excessive Bleeding25-26464
Recipes27-34465
Amrta Prasa Ghrta35-43467
Svadamstradi Ghrta44-47468
Samasaktu Ghrta48-49469
Sarpirgudah (First Recipe)50-55470
Sarpirgudah (Second Recipe)56-61472
Sarpirgudah (Third Recipe)62-65474
Sarpirgudah (Fourth Recipe)66-69475
Sarpirgudahah (Fifth Recipe)70-77475
Recipes78-84478
Saindhavadi Curna85-87479
Sadava88-90479
Nagabala Kalpa91-92479
Diet and Drinks93-94480
Need for Prompt Attention95481
Summary96-97481
CHAPTER XII
TREATMENT OF SVAYATHU (OEDEMA)
Introduction1-4482
Etiology of Endogenous Variety5-6483
Etiology of Exogenous Oedema7484
Classification of Oedema7484
Pathogenesis8-9484
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms10485
Signs and Symptoms of Vatika Svayathu (Oedema)12485
Signs and Symptoms of Paittika Svayathu (Oedema)13486
Signs and Symptoms of Kaphaja Svayathu (Oedema)14487
Prognosis15487
Curability16488
Line of Treatment 16488
Treatment of Different Stages17-19489
Unwholesome Regimens20490
Treatment of Kaphaja Type of Svayathu (Oedema)21491
Treatment of All the Three Varieties of Svayathu22491
Treatment of Vatika Svayathu23491
Treatment of Vata-paittika Svayathu24492
Recipes 25492
Camel Milk26492
Treatment of Svayathu associated with Diarrhoea and Constipation27493
Svayathu with Constipation, etc28493
Gandiradyarista29-31493
Astasatarista32-33494
Punarnavadyarista34-38495
Triphaladyarista (Phalatrikadyarista)39-40496
(Krsnadya Gurna)41-42497
Ksara Gudika43-46498
Gudardraka Yoga47-48499
Use of Ginger Juice49499
Use of Silajatu49500
Kamsa Haritaki50-52500
Patolamuladi Kasaya 53-54501
(Citrakadi Ghrta)55-56502
Citrakadi Ghrta57502
Citraka Ghrta58-59503
Yavagu (Thick Gruel)60-61503
Yusa62504
Vegetables and Cereals63504
External Therapies for Vatika Oedema64-67504
External Therapies for Paittika Oedema68-69505
External Therapies for Kaphaja Oedema70506
External Therapies for All Types of Oedema in General71-73506
Localised Oedema74506
Sirah Sotha (Cellulitis of the Head)75507
Kantha Saluka (Quinsy)75507
Bidalika (Ludwig's Angima)76507
Talu Vidradhi (Palatal Abscess)77508
Upajihvika and Adhijihvika77508
Upapus'a (Gingivitis)78508
Dantavidradhi (Dental Abscess)78508
Galaganda (Goitre) and Gandamala (Cervical Adhenitis)79-80509
Granthi (Hard Tumour)81-86509
Granthi vis avis Arbudo87511
Alaji88511
Carmanakhantara Sotha (Whitlow)88511
Vidarika (Inguinal and Axillary Lymphadenitis)89512
Treatment 89-90512
Visphotaka90512
Kaksa (Herpis Zoster)91512
Romantika92513
Masurika93513
Bradhna (Hernia and Scrotal Tumour)94-95513
Bhagandara (Fistula-in-ano)96-97515
Slipada (Elephantiasis)98515
Jalakagardabha99-100516
Management of Miscellaneous Types of Swelling101517
Exogenous Swelling 102517
Summary103517
CHAPTER XIII
TREATMENT OF UDARAROGA
Introduction1-8519
Pathogenesis9-11520
Etiology12-15521
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms16-19523
Pathogenesis20524
General Symptoms21524
Varieties22525
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Vatodara23-24525
Signs and symptoms of Vatodara25526
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Pittodara26-27527
Signs and Symptoms of Pittodara28527
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Kaphodara29-30528
Signs and Symptoms of Kaphodara31528
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Sannipatikodara32-33528
Signs and Symptoms of Sannipatodara34529
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Plihodara35-37530
Signs and Symptoms of Plihodara and Yakrdudara38531
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Baddhagudodara39-40531
Signs and Symptoms of Baddhagudodara41532
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Chidrodara42-43533
Signs and Symptoms of Chidrodara44533
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Udakodara (Ascites)45-46534
Signs and Symptoms of Udakodara (Ascites)47535
Prognosis48535
Complications49-51536
Bad Prognosis52-54537
Signs and Symptoms of Ajatodara Stage Udara55-58538
Treatment of Vatodara59-67539
Treatment of Pittodara68-71541
Treatment of Kaphodara72-73542
Treatment of Sannipatodara74543
Treatment of Plihodara and Yakrddal yudara75-89543
Treatment of Baddhodara89-91546
Treatment of Chidrodara91-93547
Treatment of Udakodara93-95548
Involvement of All the Three Dosas95-96548
Diet and Regimens96-101549
Use of Butter-milk101-107550
Use of Milk107-108551
Recipes for External Use108-110551
Use of Urine111552
Use of Medicated Ghee111-112552
[Pancakola Ghrta]112-114552
[Nagara Ghrta]115-116553
[Citraka Ghrta]116-117554
[Yavadya Ghrta]117-188554
Purgation Therapy118-119554
[Patoladya Curna]119-124555
Recipe 124-125556
Narayana Curna125-133556
Hapusadya Curna133-137558
Nilingydya Curna137-138558
Recipes of Snuhiksira Ghrta138-145559
Other Recipes of Medicated Ghee145-146560
Other Recipes146-175561
Administration of Snake-Vonom176-184567
Surgical Measures184-188569
Abdominal Tapping189-190570
Diet191-193570
Utility of Milk193-194571
Summary195-196571
CHAPTER XIV
TREATMENT OF PILES (ARSAS)
Introduction 1-3573
Enumeration of Topics4573
Classification5574
Locations of Piles6575
Forms of Congenital Piles7576
Signs and Symptoms of Congenital Piles8576
Etiology and Pathogenesis of Acquired Piles9578
Different Shapes of the Piles10581
Signs and Symptoms of Vatika Types of Arsas (Piles)11581
Etiology of Vatiku Types of Piles12-13582
Signs and symptoms of Paittika Type of Arsas (Piles)14583
Etiology of Paittika Type of Piles15-16584
Signs and Symptoms of Kaphaja Types of Piles17585
Etiology of Kaphaja Type of Piles18-19586
Piles caused by simultaneous Aggravation of Two dosas and All the three Dosas20585
Premonitory Signs and Symptoms of Pile21-22587
Involvement of Three Dosas23587
Reason for Bad Prognosis24-25587
Prognosis26-32588
Surgical and Ordinary Measures33-37589
Classification of Piles38590
Treatment of Dry Piles39590
Recipes for Fomentation39-44590
Recipes of Sprinkling44591
Recipes for Bath45-47592
Recipes for Smearing and Fumigation48-51592
Recipes for Ointment52-60593
Blood-letting60-61594
Tryusanadi Curna62-65595
Recipes 65-71595
Takrarista72-75596
Curd and Butter-milk76-88597
Recipes89-91601
Tavagu Thick gruei92601
Yusa (Vegetable Soup)93-96602
Treatment of Piles With Costive Bowels96-102602
Pippalyadi Ghrta103603
Pippalyadya Ghrta104604
Recipes of Medicated Ghee105604
Pippalyadya Ghrta106604
Cavyadya Ghrta107-109604
Nagaradya Ghrta110-112605
Pippalyadya Ghrta113-118606
Administration of Haritaki119-120606
Meat Soup121607
Leafy Vegetables122-125607
Other Food ingredients126-127607
Anupana127-129608
Anuvasana type of Enema130608
Pippal yadya Taila131-134608
Paste for External Application135-136609
Niruha Type of Enema137609
Abhyarista138-143610
Dantyarista144-147611
Phalarista148-152611
Phalarista (Second recipe)153-157612
Kanakarista158-168613
Water for Washing169615
Treatment of Bleeding Piles170616
Signs of Bleeding Piles Associated with Vayu171-172616
Signs of Bleeding Piles Associated with kapha173-174616
Line of Treatment175-176617
Complications of Immediate Hemostasis177-181617
Administration of Bitter Drugs182618
Use of Sneha183618
Indications for Hemostatic Therapy184619
Hemostatic Recipes185-187619
Kutajadi Rasakriya188-192619
Recipes for Piles193-198621
Recipes of Peya (Thin Gruel)199-201622
Recipes of Curds202-203622
Diet204-207623
Yusa of Onion208-211624
Predominance of Vayu212624
Cooling Therapy213625
Sprinkling214625
Bath215-216625
Homostatic Douche217625
External Application of Leaves218626
Ointment219626
Rubbing220-221626
Management of Continuous Bleeding222-223627
Piccha Basti224-229627
Hriveradi ghrta230-233628
Sunisannaka-Cangeri-ghrta234-243629
Interdependance of Diseases244-245630
Treatment in General246631
Treatment in Brief247-248631
Summary249-255631
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