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Abstract

CONCEPTS OF PANCHAKARMA IN SHALYA TANTRA

*Dr. Bholane M. V., Dr. Thosar M. P. and Dr. Lonikar S. R.

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 Panchakarma is an absolutely essential therapy among all the eight branches of Ayurveda.  Broad spectrum of its applicability extends to the field of Shalya Tantra (school of ancient Indian surgery).  Numerous acute and chronic surgical conditions like Vrana (wound), Bhagna (musculo-skeletal injuries), Arsha (hemorrhoids), Bhagandara (fistula in ano), Arbuda (tumours), Shalipada (filariasis), Shopha (swellings), and Vidradhi (abscess) etc. require management by the five purificatory therapies of Panchakarma, that constitute Vamana (therapeutic vomiting or emesis), Virechana (therapeutic purgation), Basti (therapeutic enema), Nasya (elimination of toxins through the nose / errhine therapy) and Raktamokshana karma (therapeutic blood letting).  In the classical texts of Ayurveda, a huge description of Panchakarma is available, which is very appropriate in the management of various surgical pathologies.  In this article, an attempt has been made to explain the applied concepts of Panchakarma in the field of Shalya Tantra  Raktamokshan is consider as almost a half part of treatment in Shalyatantra And Raktmokshan is a core of panchakarma.

Keywords: Panchakarma, Broad spectrum, hemorrhoids.


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