* Description of fundamentals ofPanchakarma and Standard procedures in separate chapters, which is the unique feature of book.
* All Panchakarma therapies of Kerala are covered in separate chapters, in detail critically with current practices.
* Basic considerations before Panchakarma and before Vamana etc. Karma is the unique feature of this book.
* In the chapter therapeutic Panchakarma the indications of Panchakarma in different diseases with references has been described.
* Experiences of the eminent physicians and research findings also included in order to make the book more practical & authentic.
* The mode of action has been tried to describe both by Ayurvedic and Modern views in order to highlight the scientific substantiation of action of therapies.
* In this book, each and every topic is elaborated in simple English words with tables.
Name: Dr. TRIBHUWAN SINGH PAWLE (From- Traditional Ayurvedic Family)
D.O.B.: 17-10-1986, Village- Muktiyarpara, Manendragarh, Distt. Koriya, Chhattisgarh.
Qualifications: B.A.M.S. From Shri N.P.A. Govt. Ayurveda College Raipur C.G., M.D.
Ayurveda Medicine from Ayush & H.S. University of Chhattisgarh and Ph.D. Continue.
Designation: Assistant Professor, Department of Panchakarma, Shri N.P.A. Govt. Ayurvedic College Raipur, Chhattisgarh, Teaching since 2018.
Research Presentations: More than 20 Research articles in Peer reviewed International & National Journals.
Name: Dr. RUPENDRA CHANDRAKAR
D.O.B.: 03-04-1970, Village- Dhaurabhata, Distt. Durg, Chhattisgarh.
Qualifications: B.A.M.S. From Shri N.P.A. Govt. Ayurveda College Raipur, C.G., M.D. Maulik Sidhanta from IPGT&RA, Jamngar and Ph.D. from ShriA.P.S. University Rewa.
Designation: Associate Professor, PG Depat intent of Samhita Sidhanta & Snskrit, Shri N.P.A. Govt. Ayurvedic College Raipur, Chhattisgarh, Teaching since 1999.
Research Presentations: More than 60 Research articles in Peer reviewed International & National Journals.
The book "Practical Practice in Panchakarma" is a brief knowledge several of Panchakarma procedures followed in different parts of the country. It also includes some of the common therapeutic procedures popular in Kerala. Panchakarma therapy is an integral part of Ayurvedic treatment. All the learned scholars of Ayurveda since beginning of the present era have highly appreciated the importance and therapeutic efficacy of Panchakarma therapy. The description of Panchakarma is found to be popular in Ayurvedic classics viz Charak Samhita, Sushrut Samhita, Ashtang Hridayam, Ashtang Sangraha, Sharangdhara and Vangsena etc. Some important data collected from vari-ous senior experts and specialist of Panchakarma during organizing Continues Medical Education (CME) for Teachers on Panchakarma Teachers at Raipur and New Delhi and reoriented training program for Ayurvedic Medical Officers on Panchakarma at Raipur whom experienced and standard practice of Panchakarma. Classical Panchakarma includes Vamana, Virechana, Anuvasan Basti, Niruh Basti, Nasya and Raktamokshana, which require more attention and care from the physician. The procedures are also time taking. Due to these facts some of the physicians developed easier techniques with better therapeutic effects. These procedures are popular in India but now they are becoming popular all over world.
This book deals with the commonly practiced, popular Panchakarma procedures minutely in simplified form for the benefit of B.A.M.S. students, PG scholars and practitioners ofAyurveda. It has been tried to give the material requirements, names and doses of commonly used medicines with administration time and durations, evidence based Management for some diseases, indications and contraindications with management of possible complications. The assessment of minimum required man power in various procedures has also been done. This book is recommends space and staff requirements for a model Panchakarma unit. Textual references are also indicating wherever possible. I hope that this handbook will serve as a ready reckon document for practicenars ofAyurveda, academicians, Ayurveda Medical Officers and certainly help to establish an excellent Panchakarma center for better health care services in every area of our country. It can also use as standard operative procedure for the practice of Panchakarma in the health care centers or hospitals.
Any errors or shortage in the book have to be forgiven by the readers. Your opinions and criticism are valuable.
Ayurveda, an ancient Indian System of Medicine has been in vogue from times immemorial to impart natural healing for various ailments. The system was nurtured by ancient scholars on the basis of sound underlying philosophy, oriental methodology and practices prevalent in that era. This system is believed to be quite safe and free from side effects as it is more close to nature.
Ayurveda has its primary objective in emphasizing upon the prevention and pro-motion of positive physical, mental, social and spiritual health and treatment of disease is secondary task. Ayurveda is the base of all medical sciences. History of medicines reveals the fact that Ayurveda has made enormous contribution to the mankind.
The Ayurvedic approach to the Treatment of disease consists of two major procedures-
1. Samsodhana Chikitsa (Purificatory/Biocleansing Therapy).
2. Samshamana Chikitsa (Pacificatory Therapy).
Samshodhana Chikitsa envisages Panchakarma treatment which is basically a Bio-cleansing regimen intended. To eliminate the toxic elements from the body and thereby enhances the immunity of the body. Samshaman Chikitsa consists of conservative treatment like Langhana, Pachana and Drug Administration etc. Samshodhana Chikitsa is considered superior to Samshamana Chikitsa as the chances for recurrence of the disease so treated are remote.
Pancakarma increases the acceptability of body to various therapeutic regimens like Rasayanan (Rejuvenation) and Vajikarana (Aphrodisiac). Thus, Panchakarma therapy is believed to impart radical elimination of disease causing factors and maintain the equilibrium of Doshas. Fivefold measure (Sh.U8/70) comprehended as Pancakarma are:
1. Vamana (Therapeutic Emesis)
2. Virechana (Therapeutic Purgation)
3. Anuvasana (Medicated Oil Enema)
4. Asthapana (Medicated Decoction Enema)
5. Nasya (Nasal administration of Medicaments)
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