S.U.47,M. N. 19
Daaha is burning sensation. It is explained by Sus`hruta Maadhava Nidaana. It has been explained after Madaatyaya as there is Daaha after consuming Madya (Alcohol). Hence, this chapter is explained after Daaha in MaadhavaNidaana.
- Asrijah Poorn`akosht`haja
- Dhaatu Kshayaja
Madyaja:Hotness gets increased due to the consumed alcohol. (Paanoshmaa)
This Ushmaa gets associated with Pitta and Rakta.
This causes Daaha (burning sensation).
Actually, this is Pittaja Daaha; as the causative factor is specific it is counted as Madyaja Daaha.
Rakta gets vitiated all over the body. (Rakta Udreka)
The symptoms manifested are:
- Taamra Lochana
- Lohagandhee Anga
- Lohagandhee Vadana
A person feels as if there is fire on his skin.
The symptoms manifested are same as of Pittaja Jvara.
In Pittaja Daaha, treatment should be done of Pittaja Jvara.
Due to suppression of thirst, the fluids (Ab Dhaatu) in the body decrease.
There is aggravation of Teja (Pitta)
There is burning sensation, internally and externally in the body.
The symptoms are
- Gala S`hosha
- Taalu S`hosha
- Kan`t`ha S`hosha
- Jihvaa Nishkarsha
When there is wound due to trauma then there is hemorrhage in the Aas`haya / Kosht`ha which causes Daaha.
It is Krichchhrasaadhya.
Due to depletion of Dhaatu_s, there is burning sensation (Daaha) with Moorchchhaa, Trishn`aa, Ardita, Kshaama Svara, Kriyaahaani, Saada.
Trauma on the Marma (vital points) causes this type of Daaha.
It is Asaadhya.
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