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Caraka Samhita (Volume V Cikitsa Sthana Chap. XXVII-XXX)
Caraka Samhita (Volume V Cikitsa Sthana Chap. XXVII-XXX)
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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
CIKITSA-STHANA
CHAPTER XXVII
TREATMENT OF URUSTAMBHA (SPASTICITY OF THE THIGHS)
Verse
Paragraph
Number
Page
No.
Introduction1-21
Prologue3-41
Diciple's Query5-62
Dialogue72
Etiology Y Pathogenesis of Urustambha8-113
Simile of Pond124
Subsequent Developments134
Definition of Urustambha145
Premonitory Signs & Symptoms155
Mistaken Identity165
Signs & Symptoms of Urustambha17-186
Prognosis196
Reasons for Prohibiting Panca-Karma20-247
Line of Treatment258
Food & Vegetables26-279
Drinks289
Samangadi-Yoga ½ 299
Srivestakadi Yoga29 ½- ½ 309
Kalkas (Recipes in the form of Paste)30 ½ - ½ 33 9
Curnas (Recipes in the form of Powder)33 ½ - ½ 39 10
Nourishing Therapy39 ½ - ½ 40 11
Oleation & Fomentation Therapies40 ½ - ½ 4112
Piluparnyadi Taila41 ½ - 4212
Kusthyadya Taila43-4412
Saindhavadya Taila45-4613
Astakatvara Taila4713
External Therapy48 - ½ 60 14
Line of Treatment60 ½ - 6116
To Sum up-Summary6216
Colophon17
CHAPTER - XXVIII
TREATMENT OF DISEASES CAUSED BY VAYU (VATA-VYADHI)
Verse
Paragraph
Number
Page
No.
Introduction1-218
Importance of Vayu319
Longevity & Vayu419
Five Divisions of Vayu520
Location & Function of Prana-Vayu620
Location & Function of Udana-Vayu720
Location & Function of Samana-Vayu821
Location & Function of Vyana-Vayu921
Location & Function of Apana-Vayu10-1121
Functions of Impaired Vayu1222
Number of Vatika Diseases13-1422
Etiology of Ailments caused by Vayu15 - ½ 1923
Premonitory Signs, Etc.19 ½ - ½ 2024
Signs & Symptoms of Vatika Diseases20½ - ½24 25
Aggravation of Vayu Located in Kostha24½ - ½25 26
Aggravation of Vayu in the Entire Body25½ - ½26 26
Aggravation of Vayu in Rectum26½ - ½27 27
Aggravation of Vayu in Stomach27½ - ½28 27
Aggravation of Vayu in Colon28½ - ½29 27
Aggravation of Vayu in Ears, etc.29½ 27
Aggravation of Vayu in Skin3028
Aggravation of Vayu in Blood3128
Aggravation of Vayu in Muscles & Fat
Tissues
3228
Aggravation of Vayu in Bones & Bone-Marrow3329
Aggravation of Vayu in Semen & Ovum3429
Aggravation of Vayu in Ligaments & Nerves3529
Aggravation of Vayu in Vessels3630
Aggravation of Vayu in Joints3730
Ardita (Facial Paralysis)38-4231
Antarayama (Emprosthotonous)43 - ½45 32
Bahirayama (Opisthotonous)45½ - 48 32
Hanu-Graha (Lock-Jaw)49 - ½50 33
Aksepaka50½ - ½51 33
Dandaka (Staff-like Spasticity of the Body) 51½ - ½52 34
Specific Features of Ardita, Etc.52½ - ½53 34
Paksavadha (Hemiplegia), Ekanga-Roga
(Monoplegia) & Sarvanga-Roga
(Paralysis of the Entire Body)
53½-55 35
Grdhrasi (Sciatica)56 - ½57 35
Khalli (Twisting Pain in Upper & Lower Limbs)57½ 36
Other Vatika Diseases5836
Aggravation & Occlusion of Vayu59- ½61 36
Occlusion of Vayu by Pitta61½ - ½62 37
Occlusion of Vayu by Kapha62½ - ½63 37
Occlusion of Vayu by Rakta (Blood)63½ - ½64 38
Occlusion of Vayu by Mamsa (Muscle-Fat)64½ - ½65 38
Occlusion of Vayu by Medas (Fat)65½ - ½6638
Occlusion of Vayu by Bone-Tissue66½ - ½67 39
Occlusion of Vayu by Bone-Marrow67½ - ½68 39
Occlusion of Vayu by Semen68½ 40
Occlusion of Vayu by Food ½69 40
Occlusion of Vayu by Urine 69½ 40
Occlusion of Vayu by Stool70 - ½7240
Prognosis72-7441
Oleation Therapy75 - ¼78 43
Fomentation Therapy78¾ - ½79 43
Effects of Oleation & Fomentation Therapies79½ - ½83 44
Elimination Therapy83½ - ½89 45
Treatment of Specific Ailments 47-52
Treatment of Vayu Located in Anus & Colon89 ½ - 90½ 47
Treatment of Vayu Located in anus & Colon90½ 47
Treatment of Vayu Located in Stomach ½91 48
Treatment of Vayu Afflicting Whole Body91½ 48
Treatment of Vayu Located in Skin ½92 48
Treatment of Vayu Located in Blood92½ 48
Treatment of Vayu Located in Muscle-Tissue & Fat ½93 48
Treatment of Vayu Located in Bones & Bone-Marrow93½ 48
Treatment of Vayu Located in Semen94 - ½95 49
Treatment of Foetal Affliction by Vayu95½ - ½96 49
Treatment of Vayu Aggravated in Heart96½ 49
Treatment of Vayu Aggravated in Umbilicus ½97 49
Treatment of Cramps & Contractures97½ - ½98 50
Treatment of Vayu Located in Arms, Head, etc.98½ - ½99 50
Treatment of Ardita (Facial Paralysis)99½ - ½100 51
Treatment of Ardhanga-Vata (Hemiplegia)100½ 51
Treatment of Grdhrasi (Sciatica) ¾101 51
Treatment of Khalli101¼ - ½103 52
Treatment of Hanu-Graha (Lock - Jaw)102½ - 103 52
Specific Therapies ½104 52
Line of Treatment in General104½ - ½106 52
Meat Soup for Vatika Diseases106½ - ½108 53
Hot Poultice108½ - ½109 53
Medicated Bath109½ 53
Affusion ½110 53
Nadi-Sveda & Upanaha110½ - 112 54
Recipe for Upanaha (Hot Poultice)11354
Application of Thick Paste114-11654
Pradeha & Upanaha117 - ½118 55
Medicated Ghee for Vatika Diseases118½ - ½122 55
Recipe of Medicated Ghee122½ - ½123 56
Medicated Ghee for Inhalation Therapy123½ - ½124 56
Medicated Bone-Marrow124½ - ½128 56
Medicated Muscle-Fat128½ - ½129 57
Maha-Sneha129½ - ½134 57
Nirgundi-Taila134½ - 135 58
Mulaka-Taila136½ - ½138 59
Sahacara-Taila142½ - ½146 60
Svadamstradya-Taila146½ - ½157 61
Bala-Taila148½ - ½157 61
Amrtadya-Taila157½ - 164 63
Rasna-Taila165-16664
Mulakadya-Taila167-16965
Vrsamuladi-Taila170-17165
Mulaka-Taila172-17566
Recipes of Medicated Oil176-17867
Agurvadya-Taila179-18068
Importance of Oil in Curing Vatika Diseases181-18268
Treatment of diseases Caused by Vayu in Association with Other Dosas18368
Treatment of Vayu Occluded by Pitta184-18669
Treatment of Vayu Occluded by Kapha187½ - 18869
Association of Kapha & Pitta188½ 70
Treatment of Vayu Associated with Kapha & Pitta189- ½194 70
Treatment of Vayu Occluded by Blood194½ 71
Treatment of Vayu Associated with Ama ½195 71
Treatment of Vayu Occluded by Muscle-Tissue195½ 72
Occlusion of Vayu by Bone-Marrow & Semen ½196 72
Occlusion of Vayu by Food196½ 72
Occlusion of Vayu by Urine ½197 72
Occlusion of Vayu by Feces197½ 73
Treatment of Dosas Located in their own Habitat198 - ½199 73
Signs & Treatment of Vyana-Vayu Occluded by Prana-Vayu202½ - ½203 75
Signs & Treatment of Prana-Vayu Occluded by Vyana-Vayu203½ - ½204 75
Signs & Treatment of Samana-Vayu Occluded by Prana-Vayu204½ - ½205 75
Signs & Treatment of Apana-Vayu Occluded by Samana-Vayu205½ - ½206 76
Signs & Treatment of Prana-Vayu Occluded by Udana-Vayu208 - ½209 76
Signs & Treatment of Udana-Vayu Occluded by Apana-Vayu210½ - ½211 77
Signs & Treatment of Apana-Vayu Occluded by Vyana-Vayu211½ - ½112 77
Signs & Treatment of Vyana-Vayu Occluded by Apana-Vayu212½ - ½213 78
Signs & Treatment of Vyana-Vayu Occluded by Samana-Vayu213½ - ½ 214 78
Signs & Treatment of Vyana-Vayu Occluded by Udana-Vayu214½ - ½215 78
Effects of Occlusion in General215½ - ½217 78
Remaining Twelve Types of Occlusion217½ - ½219 79
Line of Treatment of Five Vayus in General219½ - ½221 80
Occlusion of Prana-Vayu by Pitta221½ - ½222 80
Occlusion of Prana-Vayu by Kapha222½ - ½223 81
Occlusion of Udana-Vayu by Pitta223½ - ½224 81
Occlusion of Udana-Vayu by Kapha224½ - ½225 81
Occlusion of Samana-Vayu by Pitta225½ - ½226 81
Occlusion of Samana-Vayu by Kapha226½ - ½227 81
Occlusion of Vyana-Vayu by Pitta227½ - ½22882
Occlusion of Vyana-Vayu by Kapha228½ - ½229 82
Occlusion of Apana-Vayu by Pitta229½ - ½230 82
Occlusion of Apana-Vayu by Kapha230½ - ½231 82
Occlusion by Both Kapha & Pitta231½ - ½232 82
Location of Pitta & Kapha in the Habitat of Vayu232½ - ½233 83
Prognosis of Occlusions233½ - ½236 83
Complications Arising Out of Occlusion236½ - ½238 83
Line of Treatment of Occlusion238½ - ½245 84
Need for Proper Examination246-24785
To Sum Up-Summary248-24989
Colophon86
CHAPTER XXIX
TREATMENT OF VATA-RAKTA OR GOUT & ARTHRITIS
Introduction1-287
Agnivesa's Query & Preceptor's Reply3-487
Etiology, Pathogenesis & Synonyms5-1188
Parts of Body Affected by Vata-Rakta12-1590
Premonitory Signs & Symptoms16-1891
Varieties of Vata-Rakta1992
Signs & Symptoms of Uttana & Gambhira
Varieties of Vata-Rakta20-2392
Classification of Vata-Rakta2494
Signs & Symptoms of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Vayu
25-2694
Signs & Symptoms of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by vitiated Blood
27-95
Signs & Symptoms of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Pitta
2895
Signs & Symptoms of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Kapha
½29 96
Signs & Symptoms of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Two or Three Dosas
29½ 96
Prognosis3096
Complications31-3497
Need for Blood-Letting Therapy35-4098
Line of Treatment in General41- ¾42 99
Specific Treatment of Vata-Rakta42½ 100
Specific Treatment of Uttana Vata-Rakta ½43 100
Specific Treatment of Gambhira Vata-Rakta43½ 100
Specific Treatment of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Vayu
44101
Specific Treatment of Vata-Rakta46101
Specific Management of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Kapha & Vayu
47101
Precaution in Treatment of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Rakta & Pitta
48102
Prohibitions in Vata-Rakta49102
Wholesome Food & Drinks for Vata-Rakta50-54102
Sravanyadi-Ghrta55103
Bala-Ghrta56-57103
Parusaka-Ghrta58-60104
Jivaniya-Ghrta61-70104
Recipes 71106
Recipe Containing Four Types of Fat72-75106
Sthiradya-Ghrta & Taila76-78107
Recipes of Medicated Milk79-81108
Laxative Recipes82-87108
Medicated Enema88-90110
Madhuparnyadi-Taila91-95111
Sukumaraka-Taila96-102111
Amrtadya-Taila103-109113
Mahapadma-Taila110-113114
Khuddaka-Padmaka-Taila114 - ½115 115
Madhuka-Taila115½ - 116 115
Satapaka-Madhuka-Taila117-118116
Sahasrapaka & Satapaka-Bala-Taila119-120116
Recipes of Medicated Oil121-122117
Pinda-Taila123118
Recipes for Affusion124 - ¼135 118
Recipes for External use in Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Kapha
145-148124
Poultice for Vata-Rakta Dominated by Vayu & Kapha149124
Tagaradi-Lepa150125
Recipe151125
Recipe for Vata-Rakta Caused by Predominance of All the Three Dosas-Triphaladi-Kalka152-154125
Line of Treatment 155126
Therapy for Vata-Rakta Caused by Occlusion156-159126
Treatment of Deep-Seated Vata-Rakta160127
Treatment of Suppurated Vata-Rakta161-162127
To Sum Up-Summary163-165128
Colophon128
CHAPTER XXX
TREATMENT OF GYNECIC, SEMINAL AND LACTEAL MORBIDITIES
Introduction1-2129
Prologue3-6129
Preceptor's Reply7-8130
Vatika Yoni-Roga9 - ½11 131
Paittika Yoni-Roga11½ - 12 131
Kaphaja Yoni-Roga13- ½14 132
Sannipatika Yoni-Roga14½ - 15132
Rakta-Yoni16133
Arajaska Type of Yoni-Roga17133
Acarana Yoni-Roga18133
Aticarana Yoni-Roga19134
Prakcarana Yoni-Roga20134
Upapluta Yoni-Roga 21-22134
Pripluta Yoni-Roga23-24135
Udavartini Yoni-Roga25-26135
Karnini Yoni-Roga27- ½28 136
Putraghni Yoni-Roga28½ - ½29 136
Antarmukhi Yoni-Roga29½ - ½31 136
Sucimukhi Yoni-Roga31½- ½32 137
Suska Yoni-Roga32½- ½33 137
Vamini Yoni-Roga33½ - ½34 138
Sandhi Yoni-Roga34½ - ½35 138
Maha-Yoni35½ - ½37 138
Complications of Yoni-Roga37½ - ½39 139
Predominance of Dosas In Yoni-Roga39½ - ½41 139
Line of Treatment41½-46 141
Treatment of Vatika Yoni-Roga47- ½49 142
Bala-Ghrta49½ - ½52 143
Kasmaryadi-Ghrta52½ - ½54 143
Pippalyadi-Yoga54½ - ½56 144
Vrsakadi-Curna56½ - ½57 144
Rasnadi-Dugdha-Paka & Guducyadi-Pariseka57½ - ½58 144
Saindhavadi-Taila58½ - ½59 145
Guducyadi-Taila59½ - ½61 145
General Treatment for Vatika Gynecic Disease61½ - ½62 145
Pastes 62 2/3 146
General Treatment of Paittika Gynecic
Diseases63- ½64 146
Brhat-Satavari-Ghrta64½- ½69 146
Recipe of Medicated Ghee69½- ½70 147
Treatment of Gynecic Diseases Caused by Kapha Varti (Wick-Bougie)70½- ½73 148
Udumbaradi-Taila73½ - ½77 148
Udumbara-Dugdha77½ - ½78 149
Dhatakyadi-Taila78½- ½82 149
Recipe for Douche82½- ½84 150
Recipe of Iron84½ 151
Recipe for Enema85- ½86 151
Treatment of Rakta-Yoni86 ½ - ½90 151
Pusyanuga-Curna90½ - ½96 152
Recipes for Rakta-Yoni (Asrgdara)96½ - ½100 153
Kasmaryadi-Ghrta100½ - ½101 154
Treatment of Arajaska101½ - ½102 155
Treatment of Karnini, Etc.102½- ½103 155
Treatment of Acarana103½- ½104 155
Treatment of Prakcarana & Aticarana105- ½106 156
Treatment of Vamini106½ - ½107 156
Treatment of Vamini & Upapluta107½- ½108 156
Treatment of Vipluta108½- ½109 156
Treatment of Karnini Kusthadi-Varti109½- ½110 157
Treatment of Udavarta110½- ½112 157
Treatment of Maha-Yoni112½ - ½113 158
Treatment of Prolapse Uterus113½- ½114 158
Importance of Vayu-Alleviation in Gynecic
Diseases
114½- ½116 158
Treatment of Leucorrhoea116½- ½127 159
Thus It is said127½- ½128 162
Dialogue Between Disciple & Preceptor128½- 132 162
Importance of Semen133163
Infertility of Polluted Semen134163
Etiology of Seminal Pollution135- ½139 165
Seminal Morbidities139¾- ½140 165
Seminal Morbidities Caused by Vayu140½- ½141 165
Seminal Morbidities Caused by Pitta141½- ½142 166
Seminal Morbidities Caused by Kapha142½ 166
Semen Associated with Blood143166
Avasadi Type of Semen144166
Conclusive Statement ½145 166
Signs of Pure Semen145½ - ½146 166
Line of treatment of Seminal Morbidities146½- 148 167
Treatment of Seminal Morbidities Caused by Vata ½149 167
Treatment of Seminal Morbidities Caused by Pitta149½ 167
Treatment of Seminal Morbidities Caused by Kapha150168
Association off other Tissue Elements151168
Treatment of Seminal Morbidities in General152½- 153 168
IMPOTENCY (KLAIBYA)168-180
Varieties of Impotency153½- ½155 169
Signs & Symptoms of Impotency in General155½- 157 169
Etiology & Signs of Bijopaghataja Klaibya158¾ - 162 170
Etiology of Dhvajabhangaja Klaibya ¼162- 1/3 168171
Signs & Symptoms of Dhvajabhangaja Klaibya168 2/3 - ½176 172
Jaraja Klaibya176½ - ¼181 174
Ksayaja Type of Impotency3/4 181- 187175
Prognosis188- ½191 176
Line of Treatment of Impotency191½ - 195 177
Panca-karma Therapy196½-198 178
Treatment of Bijopaghataja Type of
Impotency
198½- ½199 179
Treatment of Dhvajabhanga Type of Impotency199½-201 179
Treatment of Jaraja & Ksayaja Impotency202- ½204 180
PRADARA (MENORRHAGIA) 180-185
Introduction 204½ 180
Etiology, Pathogenesis & Signs of Pradara205-209181
Varieties of Pradara210182
Etiology, Pathology & Signs of Vatika
Pradara
211-213182
Etiology & Signs of Paittika Pradara214- ¾216 183
Etiology & Sings of Kaphaja Pradara216¼- ½219 183
Sannipatika type of Pradara219½- 220 184
An Associated Ailment221-224184
Characteristics of Healthy Menstruation225-226185
Treatment of Pradara227-228185
MORBIDITIES OF BREAST-MILK186-198
Introduction229-231186
Etiology & Pathogenesis of Eight Lactatial
Morbidities
232-236187
Morbidities of Breast-Milk Caused by Different Dosas237 - ¼238 188
Pathogenesis & Signs of Breast-Milk Vitiated by Vayu238¾-242 189
Pathogenesis & signs of Breast-Milk Vitiated b Pitta243-245189
Pathogenesis & Signs of Breast-Milk Vitiated by Kapha246-250190
Affliction by Other Ailment ½251 191
Emetic Therapy251½- ½252 191
Recipe of Emetic Therapy252½ - ½253 191
Purgation Therapy253½- ½254 192
Recipe of Purgation Therapy254½- ½255 192
Food & Drinks256- ½260 192
Recipes for Treatment of Polluted
Breast-Milk in General
260½ - ½263 193
Recipes for Correcting Distaste of Breast-Milk263½- ½365 194
Treatment of Frothy Milk265½ -268 194
Treatment of Ununctuous Milk269-270195
Treatment of Discoloured Breast-Milk271-272195
Treatment of Foul Odour in Breast-Milk273-275196
Treatment of Unctuousness of Breast-Milk276196
Treatment of Sliminess in Breast-Milk277-278197
Treatment of Heaviness in Breast-Milk279- ½281 197
Conclusive Statement281½ - ½282 198
TREATMENT OF PEDIATRIC DISEASES282½- 287 198
Thus it is said288199
Portion of Treatise Supplemented by
Drdhabala
289-290200
Treatment of Unnamed Diseases291200
Line of Treatment in General292201
Appropriate use of therapeutic Measures293202
I Desa (Administration of drugs Through Particular channel)294-295303
II Kala (Time of Administration of Drugs) Aggravation of Dosas in different Seasons, etc.308-312208
III Dose (Quantity) of Medicine313-314209
IV Satmya (Wholesomeness)315 - ½320 209
Mistakes Committed by Ignoring Desa, Etc.320½- ½321 211
Usefulness of Therapies Generally Considered as Harmful321½ - ½326 212
Need for Proper Examination of Desa, etc.326½ - ½327 212
Reoccurrence of Disease327½ - ½331 215
Management of Aversion for Wholesome Items & Liking for Unwholesome Ones331 ½ - ½ 334217
Summary334½ - 339 219
Importance of the Knowledge of Scriptures & their Interpretations340220
Colophon of the Chapter221
Colophon of the Section221

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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
CIKITSA-STHANA
CHAPTER XXVII
TREATMENT OF URUSTAMBHA (SPASTICITY OF THE THIGHS)
Verse
Paragraph
Number
Page
No.
Introduction1-21
Prologue3-41
Diciple's Query5-62
Dialogue72
Etiology Y Pathogenesis of Urustambha8-113
Simile of Pond124
Subsequent Developments134
Definition of Urustambha145
Premonitory Signs & Symptoms155
Mistaken Identity165
Signs & Symptoms of Urustambha17-186
Prognosis196
Reasons for Prohibiting Panca-Karma20-247
Line of Treatment258
Food & Vegetables26-279
Drinks289
Samangadi-Yoga ½ 299
Srivestakadi Yoga29 ½- ½ 309
Kalkas (Recipes in the form of Paste)30 ½ - ½ 33 9
Curnas (Recipes in the form of Powder)33 ½ - ½ 39 10
Nourishing Therapy39 ½ - ½ 40 11
Oleation & Fomentation Therapies40 ½ - ½ 4112
Piluparnyadi Taila41 ½ - 4212
Kusthyadya Taila43-4412
Saindhavadya Taila45-4613
Astakatvara Taila4713
External Therapy48 - ½ 60 14
Line of Treatment60 ½ - 6116
To Sum up-Summary6216
Colophon17
CHAPTER - XXVIII
TREATMENT OF DISEASES CAUSED BY VAYU (VATA-VYADHI)
Verse
Paragraph
Number
Page
No.
Introduction1-218
Importance of Vayu319
Longevity & Vayu419
Five Divisions of Vayu520
Location & Function of Prana-Vayu620
Location & Function of Udana-Vayu720
Location & Function of Samana-Vayu821
Location & Function of Vyana-Vayu921
Location & Function of Apana-Vayu10-1121
Functions of Impaired Vayu1222
Number of Vatika Diseases13-1422
Etiology of Ailments caused by Vayu15 - ½ 1923
Premonitory Signs, Etc.19 ½ - ½ 2024
Signs & Symptoms of Vatika Diseases20½ - ½24 25
Aggravation of Vayu Located in Kostha24½ - ½25 26
Aggravation of Vayu in the Entire Body25½ - ½26 26
Aggravation of Vayu in Rectum26½ - ½27 27
Aggravation of Vayu in Stomach27½ - ½28 27
Aggravation of Vayu in Colon28½ - ½29 27
Aggravation of Vayu in Ears, etc.29½ 27
Aggravation of Vayu in Skin3028
Aggravation of Vayu in Blood3128
Aggravation of Vayu in Muscles & Fat
Tissues
3228
Aggravation of Vayu in Bones & Bone-Marrow3329
Aggravation of Vayu in Semen & Ovum3429
Aggravation of Vayu in Ligaments & Nerves3529
Aggravation of Vayu in Vessels3630
Aggravation of Vayu in Joints3730
Ardita (Facial Paralysis)38-4231
Antarayama (Emprosthotonous)43 - ½45 32
Bahirayama (Opisthotonous)45½ - 48 32
Hanu-Graha (Lock-Jaw)49 - ½50 33
Aksepaka50½ - ½51 33
Dandaka (Staff-like Spasticity of the Body) 51½ - ½52 34
Specific Features of Ardita, Etc.52½ - ½53 34
Paksavadha (Hemiplegia), Ekanga-Roga
(Monoplegia) & Sarvanga-Roga
(Paralysis of the Entire Body)
53½-55 35
Grdhrasi (Sciatica)56 - ½57 35
Khalli (Twisting Pain in Upper & Lower Limbs)57½ 36
Other Vatika Diseases5836
Aggravation & Occlusion of Vayu59- ½61 36
Occlusion of Vayu by Pitta61½ - ½62 37
Occlusion of Vayu by Kapha62½ - ½63 37
Occlusion of Vayu by Rakta (Blood)63½ - ½64 38
Occlusion of Vayu by Mamsa (Muscle-Fat)64½ - ½65 38
Occlusion of Vayu by Medas (Fat)65½ - ½6638
Occlusion of Vayu by Bone-Tissue66½ - ½67 39
Occlusion of Vayu by Bone-Marrow67½ - ½68 39
Occlusion of Vayu by Semen68½ 40
Occlusion of Vayu by Food ½69 40
Occlusion of Vayu by Urine 69½ 40
Occlusion of Vayu by Stool70 - ½7240
Prognosis72-7441
Oleation Therapy75 - ¼78 43
Fomentation Therapy78¾ - ½79 43
Effects of Oleation & Fomentation Therapies79½ - ½83 44
Elimination Therapy83½ - ½89 45
Treatment of Specific Ailments 47-52
Treatment of Vayu Located in Anus & Colon89 ½ - 90½ 47
Treatment of Vayu Located in anus & Colon90½ 47
Treatment of Vayu Located in Stomach ½91 48
Treatment of Vayu Afflicting Whole Body91½ 48
Treatment of Vayu Located in Skin ½92 48
Treatment of Vayu Located in Blood92½ 48
Treatment of Vayu Located in Muscle-Tissue & Fat ½93 48
Treatment of Vayu Located in Bones & Bone-Marrow93½ 48
Treatment of Vayu Located in Semen94 - ½95 49
Treatment of Foetal Affliction by Vayu95½ - ½96 49
Treatment of Vayu Aggravated in Heart96½ 49
Treatment of Vayu Aggravated in Umbilicus ½97 49
Treatment of Cramps & Contractures97½ - ½98 50
Treatment of Vayu Located in Arms, Head, etc.98½ - ½99 50
Treatment of Ardita (Facial Paralysis)99½ - ½100 51
Treatment of Ardhanga-Vata (Hemiplegia)100½ 51
Treatment of Grdhrasi (Sciatica) ¾101 51
Treatment of Khalli101¼ - ½103 52
Treatment of Hanu-Graha (Lock - Jaw)102½ - 103 52
Specific Therapies ½104 52
Line of Treatment in General104½ - ½106 52
Meat Soup for Vatika Diseases106½ - ½108 53
Hot Poultice108½ - ½109 53
Medicated Bath109½ 53
Affusion ½110 53
Nadi-Sveda & Upanaha110½ - 112 54
Recipe for Upanaha (Hot Poultice)11354
Application of Thick Paste114-11654
Pradeha & Upanaha117 - ½118 55
Medicated Ghee for Vatika Diseases118½ - ½122 55
Recipe of Medicated Ghee122½ - ½123 56
Medicated Ghee for Inhalation Therapy123½ - ½124 56
Medicated Bone-Marrow124½ - ½128 56
Medicated Muscle-Fat128½ - ½129 57
Maha-Sneha129½ - ½134 57
Nirgundi-Taila134½ - 135 58
Mulaka-Taila136½ - ½138 59
Sahacara-Taila142½ - ½146 60
Svadamstradya-Taila146½ - ½157 61
Bala-Taila148½ - ½157 61
Amrtadya-Taila157½ - 164 63
Rasna-Taila165-16664
Mulakadya-Taila167-16965
Vrsamuladi-Taila170-17165
Mulaka-Taila172-17566
Recipes of Medicated Oil176-17867
Agurvadya-Taila179-18068
Importance of Oil in Curing Vatika Diseases181-18268
Treatment of diseases Caused by Vayu in Association with Other Dosas18368
Treatment of Vayu Occluded by Pitta184-18669
Treatment of Vayu Occluded by Kapha187½ - 18869
Association of Kapha & Pitta188½ 70
Treatment of Vayu Associated with Kapha & Pitta189- ½194 70
Treatment of Vayu Occluded by Blood194½ 71
Treatment of Vayu Associated with Ama ½195 71
Treatment of Vayu Occluded by Muscle-Tissue195½ 72
Occlusion of Vayu by Bone-Marrow & Semen ½196 72
Occlusion of Vayu by Food196½ 72
Occlusion of Vayu by Urine ½197 72
Occlusion of Vayu by Feces197½ 73
Treatment of Dosas Located in their own Habitat198 - ½199 73
Signs & Treatment of Vyana-Vayu Occluded by Prana-Vayu202½ - ½203 75
Signs & Treatment of Prana-Vayu Occluded by Vyana-Vayu203½ - ½204 75
Signs & Treatment of Samana-Vayu Occluded by Prana-Vayu204½ - ½205 75
Signs & Treatment of Apana-Vayu Occluded by Samana-Vayu205½ - ½206 76
Signs & Treatment of Prana-Vayu Occluded by Udana-Vayu208 - ½209 76
Signs & Treatment of Udana-Vayu Occluded by Apana-Vayu210½ - ½211 77
Signs & Treatment of Apana-Vayu Occluded by Vyana-Vayu211½ - ½112 77
Signs & Treatment of Vyana-Vayu Occluded by Apana-Vayu212½ - ½213 78
Signs & Treatment of Vyana-Vayu Occluded by Samana-Vayu213½ - ½ 214 78
Signs & Treatment of Vyana-Vayu Occluded by Udana-Vayu214½ - ½215 78
Effects of Occlusion in General215½ - ½217 78
Remaining Twelve Types of Occlusion217½ - ½219 79
Line of Treatment of Five Vayus in General219½ - ½221 80
Occlusion of Prana-Vayu by Pitta221½ - ½222 80
Occlusion of Prana-Vayu by Kapha222½ - ½223 81
Occlusion of Udana-Vayu by Pitta223½ - ½224 81
Occlusion of Udana-Vayu by Kapha224½ - ½225 81
Occlusion of Samana-Vayu by Pitta225½ - ½226 81
Occlusion of Samana-Vayu by Kapha226½ - ½227 81
Occlusion of Vyana-Vayu by Pitta227½ - ½22882
Occlusion of Vyana-Vayu by Kapha228½ - ½229 82
Occlusion of Apana-Vayu by Pitta229½ - ½230 82
Occlusion of Apana-Vayu by Kapha230½ - ½231 82
Occlusion by Both Kapha & Pitta231½ - ½232 82
Location of Pitta & Kapha in the Habitat of Vayu232½ - ½233 83
Prognosis of Occlusions233½ - ½236 83
Complications Arising Out of Occlusion236½ - ½238 83
Line of Treatment of Occlusion238½ - ½245 84
Need for Proper Examination246-24785
To Sum Up-Summary248-24989
Colophon86
CHAPTER XXIX
TREATMENT OF VATA-RAKTA OR GOUT & ARTHRITIS
Introduction1-287
Agnivesa's Query & Preceptor's Reply3-487
Etiology, Pathogenesis & Synonyms5-1188
Parts of Body Affected by Vata-Rakta12-1590
Premonitory Signs & Symptoms16-1891
Varieties of Vata-Rakta1992
Signs & Symptoms of Uttana & Gambhira
Varieties of Vata-Rakta20-2392
Classification of Vata-Rakta2494
Signs & Symptoms of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Vayu
25-2694
Signs & Symptoms of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by vitiated Blood
27-95
Signs & Symptoms of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Pitta
2895
Signs & Symptoms of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Kapha
½29 96
Signs & Symptoms of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Two or Three Dosas
29½ 96
Prognosis3096
Complications31-3497
Need for Blood-Letting Therapy35-4098
Line of Treatment in General41- ¾42 99
Specific Treatment of Vata-Rakta42½ 100
Specific Treatment of Uttana Vata-Rakta ½43 100
Specific Treatment of Gambhira Vata-Rakta43½ 100
Specific Treatment of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Vayu
44101
Specific Treatment of Vata-Rakta46101
Specific Management of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Kapha & Vayu
47101
Precaution in Treatment of Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Rakta & Pitta
48102
Prohibitions in Vata-Rakta49102
Wholesome Food & Drinks for Vata-Rakta50-54102
Sravanyadi-Ghrta55103
Bala-Ghrta56-57103
Parusaka-Ghrta58-60104
Jivaniya-Ghrta61-70104
Recipes 71106
Recipe Containing Four Types of Fat72-75106
Sthiradya-Ghrta & Taila76-78107
Recipes of Medicated Milk79-81108
Laxative Recipes82-87108
Medicated Enema88-90110
Madhuparnyadi-Taila91-95111
Sukumaraka-Taila96-102111
Amrtadya-Taila103-109113
Mahapadma-Taila110-113114
Khuddaka-Padmaka-Taila114 - ½115 115
Madhuka-Taila115½ - 116 115
Satapaka-Madhuka-Taila117-118116
Sahasrapaka & Satapaka-Bala-Taila119-120116
Recipes of Medicated Oil121-122117
Pinda-Taila123118
Recipes for Affusion124 - ¼135 118
Recipes for External use in Vata-Rakta
Dominated by Kapha
145-148124
Poultice for Vata-Rakta Dominated by Vayu & Kapha149124
Tagaradi-Lepa150125
Recipe151125
Recipe for Vata-Rakta Caused by Predominance of All the Three Dosas-Triphaladi-Kalka152-154125
Line of Treatment 155126
Therapy for Vata-Rakta Caused by Occlusion156-159126
Treatment of Deep-Seated Vata-Rakta160127
Treatment of Suppurated Vata-Rakta161-162127
To Sum Up-Summary163-165128
Colophon128
CHAPTER XXX
TREATMENT OF GYNECIC, SEMINAL AND LACTEAL MORBIDITIES
Introduction1-2129
Prologue3-6129
Preceptor's Reply7-8130
Vatika Yoni-Roga9 - ½11 131
Paittika Yoni-Roga11½ - 12 131
Kaphaja Yoni-Roga13- ½14 132
Sannipatika Yoni-Roga14½ - 15132
Rakta-Yoni16133
Arajaska Type of Yoni-Roga17133
Acarana Yoni-Roga18133
Aticarana Yoni-Roga19134
Prakcarana Yoni-Roga20134
Upapluta Yoni-Roga 21-22134
Pripluta Yoni-Roga23-24135
Udavartini Yoni-Roga25-26135
Karnini Yoni-Roga27- ½28 136
Putraghni Yoni-Roga28½ - ½29 136
Antarmukhi Yoni-Roga29½ - ½31 136
Sucimukhi Yoni-Roga31½- ½32 137
Suska Yoni-Roga32½- ½33 137
Vamini Yoni-Roga33½ - ½34 138
Sandhi Yoni-Roga34½ - ½35 138
Maha-Yoni35½ - ½37 138
Complications of Yoni-Roga37½ - ½39 139
Predominance of Dosas In Yoni-Roga39½ - ½41 139
Line of Treatment41½-46 141
Treatment of Vatika Yoni-Roga47- ½49 142
Bala-Ghrta49½ - ½52 143
Kasmaryadi-Ghrta52½ - ½54 143
Pippalyadi-Yoga54½ - ½56 144
Vrsakadi-Curna56½ - ½57 144
Rasnadi-Dugdha-Paka & Guducyadi-Pariseka57½ - ½58 144
Saindhavadi-Taila58½ - ½59 145
Guducyadi-Taila59½ - ½61 145
General Treatment for Vatika Gynecic Disease61½ - ½62 145
Pastes 62 2/3 146
General Treatment of Paittika Gynecic
Diseases63- ½64 146
Brhat-Satavari-Ghrta64½- ½69 146
Recipe of Medicated Ghee69½- ½70 147
Treatment of Gynecic Diseases Caused by Kapha Varti (Wick-Bougie)70½- ½73 148
Udumbaradi-Taila73½ - ½77 148
Udumbara-Dugdha77½ - ½78 149
Dhatakyadi-Taila78½- ½82 149
Recipe for Douche82½- ½84 150
Recipe of Iron84½ 151
Recipe for Enema85- ½86 151
Treatment of Rakta-Yoni86 ½ - ½90 151
Pusyanuga-Curna90½ - ½96 152
Recipes for Rakta-Yoni (Asrgdara)96½ - ½100 153
Kasmaryadi-Ghrta100½ - ½101 154
Treatment of Arajaska101½ - ½102 155
Treatment of Karnini, Etc.102½- ½103 155
Treatment of Acarana103½- ½104 155
Treatment of Prakcarana & Aticarana105- ½106 156
Treatment of Vamini106½ - ½107 156
Treatment of Vamini & Upapluta107½- ½108 156
Treatment of Vipluta108½- ½109 156
Treatment of Karnini Kusthadi-Varti109½- ½110 157
Treatment of Udavarta110½- ½112 157
Treatment of Maha-Yoni112½ - ½113 158
Treatment of Prolapse Uterus113½- ½114 158
Importance of Vayu-Alleviation in Gynecic
Diseases
114½- ½116 158
Treatment of Leucorrhoea116½- ½127 159
Thus It is said127½- ½128 162
Dialogue Between Disciple & Preceptor128½- 132 162
Importance of Semen133163
Infertility of Polluted Semen134163
Etiology of Seminal Pollution135- ½139 165
Seminal Morbidities139¾- ½140 165
Seminal Morbidities Caused by Vayu140½- ½141 165
Seminal Morbidities Caused by Pitta141½- ½142 166
Seminal Morbidities Caused by Kapha142½ 166
Semen Associated with Blood143166
Avasadi Type of Semen144166
Conclusive Statement ½145 166
Signs of Pure Semen145½ - ½146 166
Line of treatment of Seminal Morbidities146½- 148 167
Treatment of Seminal Morbidities Caused by Vata ½149 167
Treatment of Seminal Morbidities Caused by Pitta149½ 167
Treatment of Seminal Morbidities Caused by Kapha150168
Association off other Tissue Elements151168
Treatment of Seminal Morbidities in General152½- 153 168
IMPOTENCY (KLAIBYA)168-180
Varieties of Impotency153½- ½155 169
Signs & Symptoms of Impotency in General155½- 157 169
Etiology & Signs of Bijopaghataja Klaibya158¾ - 162 170
Etiology of Dhvajabhangaja Klaibya ¼162- 1/3 168171
Signs & Symptoms of Dhvajabhangaja Klaibya168 2/3 - ½176 172
Jaraja Klaibya176½ - ¼181 174
Ksayaja Type of Impotency3/4 181- 187175
Prognosis188- ½191 176
Line of Treatment of Impotency191½ - 195 177
Panca-karma Therapy196½-198 178
Treatment of Bijopaghataja Type of
Impotency
198½- ½199 179
Treatment of Dhvajabhanga Type of Impotency199½-201 179
Treatment of Jaraja & Ksayaja Impotency202- ½204 180
PRADARA (MENORRHAGIA) 180-185
Introduction 204½ 180
Etiology, Pathogenesis & Signs of Pradara205-209181
Varieties of Pradara210182
Etiology, Pathology & Signs of Vatika
Pradara
211-213182
Etiology & Signs of Paittika Pradara214- ¾216 183
Etiology & Sings of Kaphaja Pradara216¼- ½219 183
Sannipatika type of Pradara219½- 220 184
An Associated Ailment221-224184
Characteristics of Healthy Menstruation225-226185
Treatment of Pradara227-228185
MORBIDITIES OF BREAST-MILK186-198
Introduction229-231186
Etiology & Pathogenesis of Eight Lactatial
Morbidities
232-236187
Morbidities of Breast-Milk Caused by Different Dosas237 - ¼238 188
Pathogenesis & Signs of Breast-Milk Vitiated by Vayu238¾-242 189
Pathogenesis & signs of Breast-Milk Vitiated b Pitta243-245189
Pathogenesis & Signs of Breast-Milk Vitiated by Kapha246-250190
Affliction by Other Ailment ½251 191
Emetic Therapy251½- ½252 191
Recipe of Emetic Therapy252½ - ½253 191
Purgation Therapy253½- ½254 192
Recipe of Purgation Therapy254½- ½255 192
Food & Drinks256- ½260 192
Recipes for Treatment of Polluted
Breast-Milk in General
260½ - ½263 193
Recipes for Correcting Distaste of Breast-Milk263½- ½365 194
Treatment of Frothy Milk265½ -268 194
Treatment of Ununctuous Milk269-270195
Treatment of Discoloured Breast-Milk271-272195
Treatment of Foul Odour in Breast-Milk273-275196
Treatment of Unctuousness of Breast-Milk276196
Treatment of Sliminess in Breast-Milk277-278197
Treatment of Heaviness in Breast-Milk279- ½281 197
Conclusive Statement281½ - ½282 198
TREATMENT OF PEDIATRIC DISEASES282½- 287 198
Thus it is said288199
Portion of Treatise Supplemented by
Drdhabala
289-290200
Treatment of Unnamed Diseases291200
Line of Treatment in General292201
Appropriate use of therapeutic Measures293202
I Desa (Administration of drugs Through Particular channel)294-295303
II Kala (Time of Administration of Drugs) Aggravation of Dosas in different Seasons, etc.308-312208
III Dose (Quantity) of Medicine313-314209
IV Satmya (Wholesomeness)315 - ½320 209
Mistakes Committed by Ignoring Desa, Etc.320½- ½321 211
Usefulness of Therapies Generally Considered as Harmful321½ - ½326 212
Need for Proper Examination of Desa, etc.326½ - ½327 212
Reoccurrence of Disease327½ - ½331 215
Management of Aversion for Wholesome Items & Liking for Unwholesome Ones331 ½ - ½ 334217
Summary334½ - 339 219
Importance of the Knowledge of Scriptures & their Interpretations340220
Colophon of the Chapter221
Colophon of the Section221
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Thank you so much EXOTIC INDIA for the wonderfull packaging!! I received my order today and it was gift wrapped with so much love and taste in a beautiful golden gift wrap and everything was neat and beautifully packed. Also my order came very fast... i am impressed! Besides selling fantastic items, you provide an exceptional customer service and i will surely purchase again from you! I am very glad and happy :) Thank you, Salma
Salma, Canada.
Artwork received today. Very pleased both with the product quality and speed of delivery. Many thanks for your help.
Carl, UK.
I wanted to let you know how happy we are with our framed pieces of Shree Durga and Shree Kali. Thank you and thank your framers for us. By the way, this month we offered a Puja and Yagna to the Ardhanarishwara murti we purchased from you last November. The Brahmin priest, Shree Vivek Godbol, who was visiting LA preformed the rites. He really loved our murti and thought it very paka. I am so happy to have found your site , it is very paka and trustworthy. Plus such great packing and quick shipping. Thanks for your service Vipin, it is a pleasure.
Gina, USA
My marble statue of Durga arrived today in perfect condition, it's such a beautiful statue. Thanks again for giving me a discount on it, I'm always very pleased with the items I order from you. You always have the best quality items.
Charles, Tennessee
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