If a wound / cavity occurs in Ura (chest) region in an emaciated person (Rakta, Oja and S`hukra Kshaya) then it produces Kshataksheen`a (The significant debility resulting from a cavity in the chest in a weak and emaciated person is termed as Kshataksheen`a)
The following points like Oja Kshaya, Agni Haanee, Mano Dainya, S`hukra Kshaya and Daarun`a Vyaadhi Svabhaava should be taken into consideration while treating this Vyaadhi.
If Kshataksheen`a is not properly treated then it may lead to Raajayakshmaa.
The medicines and diet which is Santarpan`akar (nourishing), S`heeta (cold in potency), Avidaaeei (non irritant)and Laghu (easy to digest),is wholesome in Kshataksheen`a.
During the course of treatment precaution should be taken to maintain the power of Agni.
The treatment comprises of Sandhaana, Santarpan`a, Balya, Vrishya and Raktastambhaka Chikitsaa.
Charaka has mentioned a special type of formulation called as Sarpigud`a for the treatment of Kshataksheen`a. Sarpigud`a is a formulation like Avaleha but is thicker. It comprises of medicated Ghrita added with S`harkaraa and Madhu. Ghrita is Agni Deepaka, Santarpan`akar, Balya, Avidaahee, Sanskaaraanuvarti and Sarva Dhaatuvardhaka.
Basti S`hoola Vaataghna, Brimhan`a, Vrishya
Mandaagni Deepana, Paachana
Bhinna S`hakrit Graahi Yoga mentioned in Raajayakshmaa Chikitsaa.
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Karma – S`hon`itasthaapana, Sandhaaneeya,
Effect on Dosha Vaataghna
Effect on Dhaatu Rakta Stambhana, Vrishya
Effect on Vyaadhi Urahkshata
Effect on Agni Agni Deepana
Effect on Oja Ojavardhaka
Last updated on February 18th, 2021 at 03:59 am